‘Developing a Corruption free India’: IIM-Indore students’ new initiative

Young minds of the Indian Institute of Management, Indore (IIM-I) engaged their thoughts towards developing a corruption free India on the first day of the National Youth Conference held at their campus on Thursday.
IIM-I organises this conference every year to observe the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. The institute will host the fifth edition of the conference on the theme Corruption Free India. The three days conference will conclude on January 12.
“The national youth conference is organised to awaken Indian youth and make them more sensitive towards issues of national concern. The purpose of the conference is to engage the youth (managers and students) on issues of national importance related to the theme of the conference in the background of the literature available on Swami Vivekananda and the modern Indian context,” said IIM-I public information officer Dr Akhtar Parvez.
Experts from different walks of society gave lectures on various themes professed by Swami Vivekananda like his vision of management and leadership, vision of new and corruption free India and many others.

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