New Delhi, June 6: In the foreground of the emergence of technology and changes in society, teenagers seemingly are seen dealing in various issues while they need special attention so that they can cope with challenges and also prepare themselves for a successful life ahead.
Citing the scenario, film actor and producer Rana Daggubati today inaugurated a national festival for teenagers where hundreds of teenagers gathered for a 5 day summer school called Indic Teen Fest in the national capital.
This fest is believed to be a unique opportunity for teenagers to explore their interests, meet experts from different fields, make new friends, and get a new perspective of life. Speaking at the fest, Rana reflected on his teenage days and inspired the students to follow their passion. “Every failure is an opportunity to learn”, he said.
The fest is running its second edition in India where more than 200 teenagers from various cities of Rajasthan, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Chandigarh, and Delhi NCR tend to gather for the Indic Teen Fest.
Other speakers at the fest include Maheshwer Peri of Career360, Shobhit Mathur of Vision India Foundation, eminent career counselor Parvin Malhotra, stand-up comedian Nitin Gupta, Rakesh Godhwani of IIM Bangalore and many more. The students meanwhile are also set to take workshops on skills like business planning, photography, and communication.