The Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation, Delhi-National Capital Region on April 5th held the Valedictory function for its program titled: Life is a Game, Play it at Sri Sathya Sai International Centre, New Delhi. The program focussed on imparting the universal message of Human Values and offers modules on Personality Development, Life Skills, Leadership Skills and Key to Relationships amongst other themes. This year, the organisation offered the program to more than 500 students across 7 colleges in Delhi-NCR.
Shri Sam Pitroda, the Adviser to Prime Minister on Public Information Infrastructure and Innovations and Chairman of National Innovation Council, participated as the Chief Guest and delivered the Valedictory address. Speaking at the occasion he talked about his own life and how he has always followed the basic values of Truth, Love, Non-Violence, Courage and Simplicity. He exhorted students that the lessons they have learnt in this program are life time lessons and wisdom which shall help them become better citizens.
Shri V Srinivasan, All India President of Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organization, guest of honour for the program spoke about the moral crisis in society today. He elaborated on how the active volunteers of the Sai Mission are playing an important role in serving the society and the need for today’s youth to get engaged in shaping the destiny of India. Shri Jatinder Cheema, State President of Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation, Delhi-National Capital Region spoke about the genesis of the ‘Life is a Game, Play it’ program and how it has touched the heart of several hundred youngsters over the last 2 years.
‘Life is a Game, Play it’- is an initiative for young college Students with an objective to help them develop wholesome personalities, bring out the inherent human values and raise their self-confidence with development of life-skills and attitudes that empower them to overcome challenges of their everyday lives. s youngsters.
The program has already been held for the students at the campuses of 7 prestigious colleges and the I. P. University in the Delhi-National Capital Region. It has received a very positive feedback from the participating students, principals, teachers and parents. At the valedictory programs held earlier many principals of participating colleges have spoken about the crying need for human values in today’s society and therefore the great need of such programs.