YIN Leaders elected after the 3 day workshop
The first historic ‘Parallel’ cabinet of youth leaders’ student representatives was formed by the Young Inspirators Network.
Mr. Chandrashekhar Dharmadhikari, Former HC judge, administered the oath of national interest and social duty to the newly-elected state-level cabinet of the college representatives at the YIN workshop held at Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan, Mumbai.
Those present on the occasion included Mr. Vinod Tawade, Education Minister; Mr. Praveen Dixit, Director General of Police; Mr. Shriram Pawar, Chief Editor, Sakal Media Group and popular actor Mr. Sayaji Shinde.
Students of nearly 3,000 colleges from all over the State had elected their representatives. A total of 72 district representatives were selected for a three-day workshop organized in Mumbai. On this occasion, these leaders elected a Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister and other portfolio ministers in the same style as that of the Government. Besides this, district guardian ministers were also announced. This ministry will study various issues in social & political fields, and find permanent solutions to problems faced by the citizens.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Dharmadhikari said, “Use your post for the benefit of society and its citizens.”
The Education Minister expressed that the initiative by YIN was a novel one. Mr. Tawade said, ” I suggest that you as Ministers, should take the lead in bringing about a change in the society. People need young minds to shape the society for a better tomorrow. As Ministers, the newly elected leaders should be more responsible towards the society and make everyone else believe that everything affects us.”
YIN member Sandip Palav from Mumbai was elected as the new Chief Minister, while YIN member Ritesh Dhuge from Aurangabad was elected as Deputy Chief Minister of YIN. Palav is pursuing his Bachelor of Arts from Ambedkar College, Wadala, Mumbai; whereas, Ritesh is a student of engineering from Devgiri Mahavidyalaya, Aurangabad.