So, the BYLC carnival will focus on celebrating the spirit of youth while promoting the importance of developing 21st century professional and leadership skills, and advocating stories of active citizenship, justice, and inclusiveness in societies as exercised by young people.
Sessions at the carnival will include discussions on the significance of critical thinking, youth as key influencers in today’s society, power of youth in the 21st century, making a mark on the global platform, and practising adaptive leadership during crises.
Also, medalists from the International Math Olympiad, International Robotics Olympiads, and global debating competitions will share their insights on how to succeed in competitions.
There will also be an opportunity-sharing panel which will focus on various scholarship opportunities from scholars who have availed top global scholarships.
Speakers at the carnival include Chamok Hasan, writer and R&D Engineer at Boston Scientific Corporation; Mashrur Rabbi Enan, singer and founder of the viral Keto Bhai, Kazi Jaowad, 2020 Chevening Scholar, and Shams Jaber, founder of The Tech Academy.
This free-registration event will be conducted all-day-long on December 19. And the registration window will close on Saturday, reads a press release.