MIS celebrated National Youth Day on Tuesday, 12th January 2020 to commemorate the birth anniversary of the noble, genious- Swami Vivekananda.
12th January 1985 was declared as National Youth Day by the government of India. Students were shown an informative documentary that emphasized Swami Vivekananda’s memoir. It enlightened the Mitconites with Swami Vivekananda’s life work and its impact on the whole world.
Students could witness the video of 11th Sept 1893 at World Parliament of Religions in Chicago where he represented India and started his speech with ‘Sisters and brothers of America’ which made 7000 people rose to their feet and the hall was full of deafening applaud.
Our students were pleasantly astonished to see how simply Swami Vivekananda laid the vision for the next century when he pronounced the idea that ‘We believe not only in Universal Tolerance, but we accept all Religions are True.’
Swami’s mantra for the youth- ‘Believe in yourself. All power is in you. You can do anything and everything.’ is always followed in MIS as we give ample chance to all our students to bring out their true potential through various curricular and co-curricular activities. Swami Vivekananda accorded great importance to youth power towards nation-building and universal brotherhood.
Today Mitconites appreciated understanding how Swami Vivekananda is the greatest source of achievement, pride and inspiration. His preachings about unconditional love reinforced the importance of giving back and taught us how to be a better person.