10 NYSC participants are scheduled to participate in a youth exchange program in India.

10 NYSC participants are scheduled to participate in a youth exchange program in India.

On Sunday, ten corps members are scheduled to depart for India as part of a youth exchange program.

The yearly celebration of India’s independence day draws people from all over the world, promoting cross-cultural dialogue and cooperation.

In a statement issued by Eddy Megwa, Director of Press and Public Relations at the NYSC, the organization revealed the forthcoming expedition and emphasized its mission to highlight the potential of Nigerian youth.

Brigadier General Y. D. Ahmed, the Director-General of NYSC, conveyed his appreciation for the invitation, stressing the chance to examine the socioeconomic parallels and divergences between the two nations.
At the Indian High Commission in Abuja, during a pre-departure briefing, General Ahmed urged the corps members to uphold the scheme’s basic ideals throughout the program. He was hoping that knowledge from the Indian National Cadet Corps would help improve NYSC programs.

Citing the NYSC’s distinctions and parallels to the Indian National Cadet Corps as the rationale for their selection, Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Shri Balasubramanian, commended the NYSC’s contributions to Nigeria’s development.

Assuring the corps members of an unforgettable and profound experience, Balasubramanian expressed India’s readiness to absorb lessons from the NYSC’s experiences.
The high commissioner urged the current delegation to follow in the footsteps of their predecessors, expressing India’s happiness with the prior corps members who attended the nation’s 75th anniversary of independence.

The Indian government pays for every aspect of the trip, and Balasubramanian encourages the corps members to make friends abroad, discover India’s historical landmarks and rich cultural legacy, and indulge in the country’s wide variety of cuisines.

The exchange program promises to deepen understanding of each other’s societies and beliefs while strengthening links between the two countries as these youth ambassadors from Nigeria set out on their cultural trip.


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