Introduction[ edit ] Jagriti Yatra is an annual train journey that takes highly motivated young Indians and a few young people from outside India between the ages of 20 and 27, on a or day national odyssey.
It can be the vast, seamless sky or not even a pinch of wasted sand. It entirely depends on the yatris what they make of it.
Every person takes home something from this beautiful journey, even those who may not make the most conscious effort.
|Other competitions you might be interested in||Introduction[ edit ] Jagriti Yatra is an annual train journey that takes highly motivated young Indians and a few young people from outside India between the ages of 20 and 27, on a or day national odyssey.|
|Similar Competitions Description Tata Jagriti Yatra is an annual train journey that that takes hundreds of India's highly motivated youth with some participation of international students between the ages of and experienced professionals with age above 25, on a eighteen day national odyssey, introducing them to unsung heroes of India. The aim is to awaken the spirit of entrepreneurship - both social and economic - within India's youth by exposing them to individuals and institutions that are developing unique solutions to India's challenges.|
As for those who do take the initiative, there are no bounds to how much they can observe, feel and think during these 18 days.
Why did this particular person choose to pursue this goal in this particular fashion? Why is poverty bad? Why do we need to educate children? This person is so much like me. I love what he has achieved. I must figure out what more I can do with my life.
However, as we move forward to make our dreams come true many hurdles come up. These hurdles are like huge mountains blocking out all rays of hope, plunging us into dark hopelessness. There inevitably lies worse ahead. As we put in efforts to make things better, everything goes wrong; the world seems to crumble before us.
This is when most of us give up. The Tata Jagriti Yatra is all about those few who never say die. As we, the young people, travelled on this special train for 18 days, we learned this from each other, from the role models and from the journey itself.
This journey is not an ordinary one. As we travelled over 9,km, living, bathing, sleeping and eating in the train, drastically different terrains and climatic conditions awaited us. Yet the spirit of the yatris remained undaunted.
One yatri was enthusiastically planning an enterprise in the IT sector for the blind. Her own blindness was not a challenge for her. A young engineer from an un-electrified village has planned a model for his village where every household will have electricity from renewable sources and the village a sustainable economy.
A yatri who is the first girl from her village to study beyond the fifth standard is now doing MBA and plans to get international exposure and come back and do something worthwhile for her village.
An award-winning village sarpanch was a yatri to learn how better he can govern his village. These are people for whom challenges are opportunities, not excuses for inaction.Tata Jagriti Yatra helps in rediscovering India's vitality and diversity in a more organised and miniature way, as represented by yatris on the train.
The Tata Jagriti Yatra aims at promoting “Enterprise led Development” by galvanizing young minds. This Yatra is a km train journey that gets year olds in direct contact with successful entrepreneurs whose efforts have had a significant social impact.
Mar 15, · Inevitable social and economical entrepreneurship in The Heartland of India has acquired critical mass and an entire ecosystem is shaping around it. In a cou. The Tata Jagriti Yatra is an annual event; the second edition, flagged off in December , was every bit as successful as its predecessor, if not more.
At Tata Jagriti Yatra , people come face to face with reality and the potential that exist for them to make a change in the field of social development.
The Tata Jagriti Yatra, is a. The Tata Jagriti Yatra aims at promoting “Enterprise led Development” by galvanizing young minds.
This Yatra is a km train journey that gets year olds in direct contact with successful entrepreneurs whose efforts have had a significant social impact.