The Most Attended Under 25 Summit 2020 Update.
Under 25 Summit: The Under 25 Summit has gradually grown from a one to two person attendance record to a majorly attended event aimed at developing the Indian youths.
It is estimated that about 50 per cent of India’s population is below the age of 25 years, which would translate to roughly 633 million. And it’s the potential of this number that the Under 25 Summit aims to tap.
Now the focus of this article is to introduce you to the most attended Under 25 Summit and what made it that interesting, here we go.
The seventh edition of the Under 25 Summit is India’s largest youth festival, it was taken a notch higher and became the most attended so far.
There were speaker sessions, workshops, performances, gaming arenas, a flea market, art showcases and tons of fresh new experiences.
The Summit had already taken place in Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi and Hyderabad and has collectively witnessed over 45,000 people in 6 years.
The Under 25 Summit had specifically curated workshops with 80+ speakers for more than 15,000 attendees.
This year, the summit was more inclusive of an ever-growing community and decided to celebrate confusion with this generation and take various stands that young people truly believe in.
Why The 2020 Under 25 Summit is The Most Attended
The 2020 summit was the most attended summit. It was more inclusive of an ever-growing community and decided to celebrate confusion with this generation and take various stands that young people truly believe in.
Also, The Summit 2020 consisted of two stages, the #TakeYourStand stage and the Camp Tinder stage that which consisted of multiple speaker sessions, performances and so much more.
The youth festival, which took place the at Jayamahal Palace, saw many speakers from different works of life including
Actors; Ananya Panday, Sara Ali Khan and Rana Daggubati, Comedians; Tanmay Bhat, Naveen Richard, Sumukhi Suresh and Abish Mathew, and other professionals from creative fields like Anushka Manchanda, Anupama Chopra, Shaheen Bhatt, Ritviz, Durga Gawde and more.
The idea was to bring to the forefront people from creative fields since opportunities in these fields are not deeply explored in India.
Besides exploring different creative industries. The various panel discussions looked at other topics of conversation, like mental health, soft skills, self-care, wellbeing, learning from one’s mistakes, celebrating women, etc.
Finally, the festival included a job center where people seeking job opportunities or internships could approach potential employers and network with them.
With all this amazing things happening in one place it is impossible to not want to attend.
Well its best you bookmark this page to get current information on next year’s Under 25 summit. Don’t miss out.
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