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Yuva India 2022 to be held from Nov 16 to 18

Yuva India 2022 to be held from Nov 16 to 18

Mega Youth Conference (Yuva India 2022) to be jointly organized by Coimbatore District Administration, City Police, Rotary TexCity will be held at Hindustan College  from Nov 16 to 18 to create awareness among the public about drug awareness, road safety and various employment opportunities, said district collector Dr. G. S. Sameeran in a press meet held at the district collector's office.

In the meet, City Police Commissioner Mr. V. Balakrishnan, Yuva India Chairman Dr. K. A. Kuriachan, President C.R. Vijay, Secretary Dr. Nanjan Balu were  present. Collector and Commissioner presented the brochure on Yuva India-2022 programme. Collector said in this event, 1000 school children and 9000 youth from colleges are going to participate. Also, motivational speakers from various departments and high officials are going to attend. 

To motivate the youth, they are going to provide guidance on employment under the Nan Mudalvan scheme. Adequate security arrangements will be made by the police for this event.  Also, short film making competitions on drug prevention were conducted. 182 short films have been received.

The best 10 short film will be aired in the event and the best 5 short films directors will be given an opportunity to interact with the film director Lokesh Kanagaraj and one will be given an opportunity to work as an assistant director in Lokesh Kanagaraj's next film. Guidance will be given regarding placements in uniform services like Army, Air Force, Navy etc. 

A review meeting of the District Monitoring Officer has been conducted regarding the precautionary measures on NE monsoon.  Further, 16 places including Valparai, Mettupalayam, Anaimalai, which have been found to be affected by rain, have been inspected and precautionary measures have been taken. 85 percent of the work of desilting ponds  in the corporation, 90 percent in municipality, and panchayat areas has been completed.

The remaining works will be completed in the next few weeks in the Municipal Corporation.  The Fire and Rescue Department has been advised to be on alert. Control rooms have  been set up in the taluk offices and District Collector's office.  During the rainy season, motors are ready to remove the rainwater from the subways and roads. Bird flu has been reported in Kerala.  At the Valaiyar check post, intensive surveillance is being carried out on vehicles carrying chicken and other poultry products. Some vehicles were sent back, he added.