IGenPlus Stories: Quarterly Report (Oct-Dec 2020)

Soumya Aggarwal
Soumya Aggarwal

January 2021

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The last quarter of 2020 came with a unique set of challenges. While we successfully finished our first ever Global Youth Leadership Program on November 22, we also decided to make some major organisation-wide changes. The journey through these three months was filled with lessons and useful insights. So, let’s rewind and reflect!



Milestones of the last Quarter of 2020

Through our various learning experiences, short courses, events, and contests, we go beyond the traditional classrooms and curriculum to enable young people discover their aspirations and unique voice. Our aim is to create self-aware, confident, and dynamic leaders instead of passive recipients of an unchallenging education system. And with this in mind, we continue on our mission to nurture and grow students’ intellectual, artistic, and spiritual potentials. In the last three months, our programs have focused on following subjects:

  • Arts and Aesthetics
  • Filmmaking
  • Career Orientation
  • Bharatnatyam
  • Vedic Knowledge
  • Indian History
  • Mahabharata
  • Ramayana
  • Food
  • Creative Writing 
  • Public Speaking
  • Storytelling
  • Design Thinking
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Global Affairs
  • Gender
  • Governance
  • Problem Solving
  • Self Development
  • Spiritual Awareness
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Physical Fitness
  • Social and ethical awareness
  • Sustainability 
  • Technology Awareness
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Information and Media Literacy

Some Highlights 



Participants of the Global Youth Leadership Program 2021

IGenPlus successfully conducted the  first edition of Global Youth Leadership Program – with 13 students between August 25 to November 21. The students joined the completely online live program from 10 different cities across the country and immersed themselves in learning application-based leadership concepts. 



Online session of a ‘Vedic Maths’ conducted by IGenPlus

We conducted 2 successful Vedic Maths workshops during this quarter, one of which was designed specifically for the UK students. Going ahead we will be exploring more such partnerships with organisations such as Yog Foundation. 

We have a lot more coming your way in the coming months. So, stay curious and keep learning!

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