Student's Experience in Interstate Living (SEIL) Tour-2017
Friday, 5 January 2018, 10:00
ONE NATION… ONE PEOPLE… ONE CULTURE
MY HOME INDIA
SEIL Expanding Horizon…
“Students’ Experience in Inter-State Living”
-To establish the communication between border areas, remote areas and other parts of India.
-To create awareness among the people of North East about “We all are Indians”
SEIL… Who we are ?
SEIL a Unique National Integration Project by ABVP. Established in 1966 for National and Emotional Integration through Cultural Experience and Youth Development.Organising tours of students from far-off border areas (North Eastern Region of India)- to other parts of India and Vice-versa. Thousands of Students visited many places and stayed in local host families which gave them an enduring experience of life, finding a home away from home.
SEIL TOUR IN ODISHA
-Odisha the province of spiritual originality and craft also becomes the host of this great partriotic project from 1986. In 1986 twenty five north east students visited Odisha under SEIL project stayed in Odia host families in Bhubaneswar & Bramhapur.
-Dr. Harekrushna Mahatab, former Chief Minister of Odisha was Chairman of reception committee.
-In 1997 thirty north east students visited Odisha under SEIL project stayed in Odia host families in Cuttack. Sri Bibhudendra Prasad Mishra, former Union Minister was Chairman of reception committee.
-In 2012 thirty north east students visited Bhubaneswar Sri Pratap Sarangi, MLA was the Reception Committee Chairman.
-In 2015 thirty two SEIL delegates visited Bramhapur, Prof. Pramod Sahu, former State Planning Board Deputy-Chairman was the Reception Committee Chairman.
-In 2016 SEIL Golden Jubulee Year 28 North East Students visited Rourkela, Sri Prakash Panigragi, Industrialist was the Reception Committee Chairman.
- In 2017 Forty students from North east Visited Baleswar , Shri Bhagwan Dash Khandelwal was Chairman of Reception Committee.
Similarly student’s delegates from Odisha also participated in SEIL tour to North Eastern States and stayed in their families in three occasions.