A not-for-profit initiative Young Indians (Yi) has been playing a key role in the country’s development
Young Indians (Yi) an integral part of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), a non-government, not-for-profit, is playing a proactive role in India’s development process. Yi Mysuru chapter won the “Raising Star” award, under the category of chapter less than three years of existence and its member Abhijna Rajiv, won the Yi’s Got Talent Award for her dance performance, during the Annual Session of Young Indians for 2015-16 at The Taj Palace, New Delhi recently.
This recognition is a true testimony of how the Mysuru chapter has set a very high benchmark throughout the last 21 months for having delivered good work on all verticals, with activities and initiatives focused on the three pillars of Yi coupled with enhanced membership engagement and value additions. Its verticals YUVA (Student wing), Project Siddhi (Agriculture), Project Masoom(Fight against child abuse) , Swachh Bharat and Emerge(leadership) have contributed in making what YI is today.
The award was handed over by Director General, Confederation of Indian Industry Chandrajit Banerjee, Vice Chairman , GVK G V Sanjay Reddy, Yi National Chair, 2015-16 Shaurya Veer, and Raghu Kailas Yi National Co Chair , 2015-16 to Utsav Agarwal Yi Mysuru Chair, 2015-16 and Ramya Bopanna Yi Mysuru Chair, 2016-17 along with its other members. Yi Mysuru hopes to continue the good work, and scale to greater heights in the coming years.
Yi Mysuru members with Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General, CII and G V Sanjay Reddy, Vice Chairman, GVK Power & Infrastructure.