|Posted by Mr. Navodaya on October 28, 2011 at 5:05 AM|
Navodaya Students from Navodaya Vidyalaya Jharkhand and JNV Hazaribagh have been selected to attend the Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (Jenesys) Programme 2011.
The program is a part of international exchange program and is meant to deepen mutual understanding among young people who will assume important roles in the next generation in their respective countries like Australia, China, India, New Zealand and the Republic of Korea.
Rimjhim Kumari from JNV Gumla and Akash Ranjan of JNV Hazaribagh will represent the state at the Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (Jenesys) Programme 2011. Rimjhim, a Class XI student of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Masariya, Gumla, Jharkhand, she is expected to study and understand the recent disaster that rocked Japan along with other students selected. "I am very delighted to know I was selected. I came to know about it when my father got a call from JNV Samiti, New Delhi, that I was chosen for a study tour from my school and I have to get my passport ready," said the girl.
The National Youth Commission in conjunction with the Japan International Cultural Center (JICC) of the Embassy of Japan and the Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE), has invited Student Ambassadors and Supervisors to the “10-day Visit to Japan Programme” as part of the Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS) Programme.
The JENESYS Programme, funded by the Japanese Government and in partnership with the ASEAN Secretariat, is to deepen understanding of the different facets of the Japanese society including politics, diplomacy, economics and culture and to form the basis of future vision and construct firm solidarity among Asian countries which will promote mutual understanding of the future generation of ASEAN and East Asia Summit member countries.
Daughter of a health department employee, Kaushalendra Kumar, Rimjhim made a strong academic base during her migration study at JNV Koraput in Orissa in Class XI and completed with grade 9.8 in Class X.
"Among the two girl student I was selected because of my performance in Class IX. I was asked to fill up the form. It will be an unforgettable moment for me when I take part in the Jenesys meet," she beamed.
Apart from her, Akash Ranjan of JNV Hazaribagh has also been selected. Over 200 students from various schools have been chosen for the Japanese student exchange programme as a part of international exchange program.
The Navodaya Club Congratulates Rimjhim Kumari from JNV Gumla and Akash Ranjan of JNV Hazaribagh for bringing glory to Navodaya. Wish them on their achievements by commenting below.
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