Jamshedpur : Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Young Indians (CII Yi) Net in XLRI organised Kshitij 2016 at B-school campus.
It was a daylong inter-school cultural competition comprising six events, namely quiz, painting, street play, picture story, talent show and group dance.
Harjeet singh and Prabhat Das from The Tinplate Company of India Limited, Tapas Sahu from CII-Yi, Jharkhand Chapter, Prof. Ashis Pani, Dean Academics, XLRI and Prof. Sunil Sarangi, Faculty Coordinator for CII-Yi, XLRI were present on the occasion.
The Young Achiever Scholarship that was conceptualized in 2014, was awarded to deserving candidates this year as well. The scholarship covers the annual tuition fees of the awardee for an entire year. Through this, CII Yi XLRI aims to support less privileged students to fulfill their dreams and scale greater heights.
� It is an initiative to empower young students to work towards the development of education, employability, environment, youth affairs and health sector.
Kshitij, a flagship event of CII Yi team of XLRI, has now evolved into a platform that provides a unique opportunity to school children of Jamshedpur coming from all stratas of the society to showcase their talent and getting recognised. The initiative is in its ninth year and has been marked a huge success.
This year several new schools participated in the event and XLRI successfully hosted over 500 talented students,� said Ashish Mishra, a member of organizing committee.