Group Picture: Yi Chapters recognized for their contribution towards Kerela flood relief work at Take Pride 2019
Mr Aditya Patel,Indian,racing driver & representative of Audi India motorsport at TakePride 2019
Mr Nitin Bawankule, Head, India Cloud Business, Google at Take Pride 2019
Mr R Balki, Film Maker, Screen Writer & AdGuru at Take Pride 2019
Release of Yi National Annual Report 2018-19
Yi Sports Evening with Yi Members and Family
Yi Session on Empowering Women
Yi Thoothukudi Chapter celebrates Worlds Women's Day on 8th March 2019 at St Mother Theresa College of Engineering. The session was well attended by 400 students.
Yi Members Meeting with Mr Piyush Goyal, Minister of Railways and Coal, Government of India
interactive session With Mr Piyush Goyal, Minister of Railways and Coal, Government of India
Annual Meeting & Session by Brig. Raghu Vir Sadhotra
Yi Mumbai Chapter had its Annual Meeting & Session on Friday, 1st March 2019. The meeting was a formal process for the announcement of the new leadership team by Yi National Vice Chairman, Mr Annush Ramasamy. The new Chapter Chair Mr Vivin Mathew and Co-Chair Mr Amol Mirchandani took the new leadership of the chapter. Yi Members and Yuva faculty and student coordinators joined the meeting. A session by Brigadier Raghu Vir Sadhotra on Indian Armed Forces was done for the Yi members and others. The event concluded with a networking dinner.
Yi Members Meet
YI EC Meeting
Yi members & Yuva students visit Whistling Woods Institute
Yi Mumbai Chapter organised a one day visit to Whistling Woods Institute for the Yi members and Yuva students. More than 200 Yuva students and Yi members visited the whistling woods institute. A tour of the institute and VR lab was done for all and concluded with a session on Indian Media Industry by the Chief Technical Officer of the Institute.
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Yi is one of the proud founders of the G20 Young Entrepreneurs' Alliance (G20 YEA), which is a collective of leading, entrepreneurially-minded organisations representing the G20 countries, who seek to promote youth entrepreneurship as a powerful driver of economic renewal, job creation, innovation and social change. The Alliance was founded as a movement to engage the G20 leaders in the cause of youth entrepreneurship, share information across borders, affect positive policy change and create a global network of young entrepreneur advocates while building a collaborative entrepreneurial environment worldwide. The G20 YEA provides to the G20 political leaders, best practices in promoting youth entrepreneurship through policy recommendations and sharing best practices in the areas of access to funding, coordinating support initiatives, enhancing the entrepreneurship culture, regulation & taxation, and education & training. The G20 YEA network connects approximately 5,00,000 young entrepreneurs worldwide.
Yi created History on 16 November 2011 in successfully bringing together the best youth organisations in the region to form the first ever advocacy and mentorship network in the Commonwealth Asia Region, in partnership with the Commonwealth Youth Programme Asia Centre, Chandigarh. Called the Commonwealth Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs - Asia (CAYE - Asia), it is a network of young entrepreneurs and the organisations that support them, in the Commonwealth countries in the Asia region. CAYE seeks to champion the cause of young entrepreneurs at the local, national, regional and international level, through its engagement with governments, the media, the public, and other relevant stakeholders. This alliance has representatives from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei-Darussalam. When it was formed, it was known as the Commonwealth Asia Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs (CAAYE), but owing to its success, three other alliances of Commonwealth countries were also formed subsequently, namely the CAYE - Caribbean & Canada, CAYE - East Africa, and CAYE - Southern Africa.
At Young Indians, we believe that helping hands are better than praying lips. We are a 100% voluntary member driven organization, where members are responsible for planning and executing projects towards Nation Building. Our projects deal with a range of topics such as cleanliness, road safety, fight against child sexual abuse etc. You have the unique opportunity of being the driving force behind each initiative. The journey will teach you first hand the challenges of bringing about ‘Change’, and the rewarding experience once you have achieved the ‘Change’. Imagine being part of such impactful projects with a bunch of youngsters who share your passion and zeal.
Think no further, we invite you to come Join Yi.