<![CDATA[That time of the year, when colleges have just begun, students are in the beginning throes of the wispy seriousness that makes them attend classes, when all of DU is virtually asleep, comes this one brilliant idea, to hold the biggest Youth Fest of all times, a Fest that will create an unprecedented impact on the DU fest scene which is comatose at the moment, the Fest that is guaranteed to knock your socks off. AIESEC in Delhi University and RC Cola bring to you the “YouTH FESTIVAL” on the 1st of September at Cambridge School, Rajouri Gardens from 12pm onwards. The Youth Carnival, is an initiative of AIESEC in Delhi University to celebrate the unfathomable Power of the Youth and showcase the culture of AIESEC and the love for what we do being an AIESEC-er. AIESEC is the world’s largest entirely youth run organization present in over 110 countries and territories, 2,100 colleges and universities with a strong membership base of over 6,000 members globally. AIESEC services 4000 clients from Corporate and Development sector with 16,000 exchange based internships. We aim to impact the society through its youth and that is the crux of this mega event. We anticipate a footfall of more than 7 thousand students from more than 30 top colleges in and around Delhi. This event will serve as a platform for International Interns from 20 different countries and AIESEC-ers from more than 20 cities in India through various competitions and performances reflecting on AIESEC values and goals celebrating YOUTH. There will be a concert performance by Parikrama, the celebrated Indian Rock band, as well as a Global Village, where there will be an array of stalls put up by our interns as a way of sharing their culture and tradition with us, and taking a bit of ours in return. Preceding this event, AIESEC DU hosted two extremely successful pre-events- Empower, coupled with the YOUth night; a musical evening hosted at Manajsa, Hauz Khas, on the 19th , starring the band “Colossal Figures’’; serve as pre-events to the incoming giant. The motto of the entire series of events is to “RAISE HELL AND STAY YOUNG”, revolving around dignitaries like Raghav Mandava, a renowned jounalist and comedian, Safia, an RJ with Radio Mirchi and many others who spoke at Empower. Backed by our very impressive local and national board of advisors, the upcoming YouTH Carnival is going to be a force to reckon with.]]>
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