New Delhi, Feb 3 IBNS | 6 months ago

A mix of enormous thinkers, achievers and teachers will soon come together at a new "path-breaking and exclusive" conference, 'The Shift' for the young people, to be hosted by Livewire here.


'The Shift' will be held on Saturday (Feb 8, 2014) from 9.30 am to 4.00 pm at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, Teen Murti Bhawan.

The exclusive summit for young people will witness a mix of good speakers, whose inspirational message could be a source of motivation for all the young minds.

This conference is all about 'making the shift', to inspire young students, aspiring entrepreneurs smart and brilliant young adults to make a 'shift' in their thinking, perceptions and ideas about their lives and their future.

The main aim of the conference is to nurture young minds moulding them to the best of their abilities so that they could make a right shift in their career.



The conference will be chaired by speakers like the cultural ambassador, Dr. Karan Singh; chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Omar Abdullah; Anita Roy, commissioning editor for the Young Zubaan, a non-profit publishing house that has revolutionized the way young women see their world and their creativity; music director Shantanu Moitra and others who would share their life changing experiences that made a 'shift' in their life.

It would also attract three hundred students from Delhi's top schools between the ages of 14 and 18 to attend.

Moreover, the seminar will also be shown on the web as talks and will be seen by students at over 150 schools across India.

The organizers Livewire, aims to create a platform that hosts the brightest minds and experts in their fields to share their thoughts with a vibrant audience of three hundred students between the ages of 15 and 18 and their parents.

The event will simultaneously be live streamed through to 85 The Global Education & Leadership Foundation (tGELF) member schools through the web.

With the 'The Shift' conference orgainsers aims to reach over 20,000 youth.

(Posted on 04-02-2014)