Youth Orientation Programme

Prajnana Mission organises Youth Orientation Programme (YOP) to orient the students to face the problems and challenges of life and come out successfully contributing to the community and nation. The sole objective of YOP is to train and tune the minds of the youths to live a happy and successful life.

Here are the list of activities performed at YOP :

  Talk & Group Discussion on Camp Theme
  Essay, Debate, Quiz & Song Competition
  Cultural Programme & Seva Activities
  Question & Answer Session
  Yoga & Meditation
  Visit to Religious Places

YOP Plantation

Who Can Participate?

Students of the age group 18-24 years pursuing higher secondary, graduate, post-graduate or professional courses can participate.

Food & Accommodation

Simple vegetarian food and dormitory accommodation is provided free of charges.

Fees for Participants

Free of charges

Points to Rember

  • The YOP is held for a duration of 4-5 days.
  • The programme is generally held in vernacular language.
  • The daily schedule start at 5 am and continue upto 9 pm.
  • No participants were allowed to go outside the camp premises during YOP.
  • All have to maintain strict discipline during their stay and are bound to attend all classes and participate in all activities.
  • Students have to bear to-and-fro charges for attending the YOP.
  • Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited.

Youth Orientation Programme Images

YEAR

THEME OF YOP

DATE

NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

IMPORTANT GUESTS

2015

Art of Living

27th - 30th Dec

94

Gajapati Maharaj Sri Divyasingh Dev Prof. Dr. Devakanta Mishra

2016

Mind Management

1st - 6th July

104

Gajapati Maharaj Sri Divyasingh Dev Prf. Dr. Aurobinda Routray, IIT, Kharagpur Rajendra Dasji Maharaj, Brindavan

2017

Yogananda- the Ideal of Yogic Life

24th - 30th June

121

Sri Radhamadhav Das, Vice-chancellor, Sri Jagannath Sanskrit University, Puri Dr. Smarapriya Mishra, Chairperson, Council of Deans, Ravenshaw University Dr. Sruti Mahapatra, CEO, Swaviman

2018

Seva- Why & How

9th - 13th July

112

Sri Ganesh Lal, Governor, Odisha Padmashri Dr. Priyambada Mahanty Hejmadi, Former Vice-chancellor, Sambalpur University