Binoy Job nurtures our ‘Leaders of Tomorrow’

Dilli: ‘Leaders For Tomorrow,’ a not-for-profit youth movement born in a Delhi varsity classroom in 2004, celebrated its achievement of inspiring over a lakh to join its ranks. The initiative sensitises youth to social issues, galvanising them into action. Senior activists from across campuses of Delhi/NCR met at Nehru Park to mark the milestone and conduct a food-n-cloth collection drive for the Kashmir flood-afflicted. On the occasion, founder Binoy Job, Alappuzha-native and former aide of Manmohan Singh, said: “The success of ‘Leaders For Tomorrow’ shows that given a platform, youth can drive social change through activities that begins with each individual.”

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