India – a country with  356 million young people; the country of world’s largest youth population. Among the resources available in abundance, human resources are India’s most treasured ones. In such a case, it is only relevant to provide the necessary resources to equip these assets who would go on to become the future leaders of the country. One of these essential resources in education.
Literacy is the fundamental right of every citizen, however, there are places where we lack to function efficiently.

Hoping for a ray of sunshine on the other side of quarantine, the education sector hopes for the betterment of the system in order to optimize the benefits of education for the youth.

“The purpose of education is to replace an empty mind with an open one”, with several changes put into action, the youth are awaiting signs of hope which can take them a step closer into getting the quality of education that they are entitled to…


YUVA – is a youth empowerment forum wherein we strive to contribute towards nation building through the skills inculcated in us. This event is aimed at awareness of the importance of education and what are the people missing in terms of transparency; to answer the question that – “How can it be determined that the future of education in India would be globalized and unhindered using the power of technology?”, “How can education be made fun?”..”Bridging the educational inequity one child at a time”…


Shruthi – TFI (Kct alumni) moderator
Amritha Dutta – Guest, TFI
Sahiti Pappu – alumni, TFI

Target audience – 18 to 22 and scholars who are willing to attend
Platform – Google Meet
Date – 8th September 2020
Time – 5 P.M to 6P.M

Key takeaways:

Technology and education + AI
Innovation in education
How can the less fortunate people receive the benefits of education more efficiently
NEP – its uses and drawbacks
Education post-COVID (inland and abroad)
Will disaster management be infused into education henceforth
Education – guest’s personal thoughts
Positive and negative changes – the transition from the Gurukulam system to modern education