Dimapur, February 13 (NE): Fifth generation Dimapurian Shri Rishav Sethi, son of Shri Ajay Sethi, Director, NIIT Dimapur and Smti Anita Sethi, got the privilege of attending Asian Youth Leaders Travel and Learning Camp in Singapore held at National University of Singapore from February 6-10.
A press release said that he did his high schooling from St. Mary’s High School & Hollotoli School in Dimapur, Nagaland before going out to Delhi for higher studies. He is currently pursuing B.Tech (Software Engineering) from Delhi Technological University (erstwhile DCE).
Leadership is in his blood, which enabled him to get elected as the General Secretary of DTU Students’ Union last year. He represented more than 14,000 engineering undergraduates from his University. Nicknamed ‘Naga’ in the campus as he hails from Nagaland, he has also been serving Red Bull as the SBM.
He was the Leader of the team which won the Team of the Year award, besides winning Best Content Award at AYLTLC. Over 100 young leaders from different countries like Japan, Philipines, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Brunei & India participated in the event. It may be mentioned that China’s participation was cancelled at the last moment due to the spread of corona virus there.
Rishav is extremely grateful to the Vice-Chancellor of Delhi Technological University, Shri Yogesh Singh and his faculty Dr. Ruchika Malhotra for all their support rendered to him. He dedicated his awards to his parents and team members. He intends to be an entrepreneur in the future.
Asian Youth Leaders Travel and Learning Camp (AYLTLC) saw its 9th International edition this year. AYLTLC aims to bring worldwide student leaders through engaging activities to enhance their abilities in cross-cultural interaction and cooperation, which will further equip them to be effective leaders.
In addition, the camp enables participants to understand more about Singapore’s multiracial, multilingual and multicultural society from different perspectives. The camp hosts the brightest student talents who are indeed the leaders of tomorrow. The purpose is to provide leadership training aimed at instilling in leaders a sense of national identity and a spirit of dedicated service to a multi-racial community.