The Tibetan Non Governmental Organization, Empowering the Vision is scheduled to held the third Global Vision Conference at Tibetan Vocational Training Center in Selakui, Dehradun in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.
The Tibetan Minister will address the five-day conference on the topic of "Youth as an Ambassador & Nation Builder" after the inauguration.
Former Tibetan Prime Minister, Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche is also in schedule to speak on "How to lead a meaningful life" on the second day of the Tibetan Global Conference.
According to the official website of the NGO, the target of its global conference is the Tibetan students, and almost all the participants are Tibetan college students studying in and around the Indian cities in India.
The upcoming conference will also be an eye opener for the student-participants as the conference has invited a group of its perfessional networks to guide the students for a better and brighter career.
The first two conferences were held at Asia Plateau in Panchgani, Pune, and this is the first time the conference is being organized in Selakui, Dehradun. The past conferences have been very successful in outreaching to the youth and supporting their personality growth and evelopment, the organizers said.
Other Key Speakers for the upcoming conference include Mr. Arun Kapur, the Chair of the ENVISION Trust, and Founding Director of Vasant Valley School, Delhi, and Mr. Ashvin Subrahmanyam, Country Manager, Kraft Foods Taiwan Ltd.
"I have attended second global conference and I found it was really inspiring and highly educating," Tenzin Palden said, adding that such conferences are must in Tibetan society to produce more and skilled perfessionals.
Pelma Dolker, a Tibetan college student in the Indian capital New Delhi also has much to appreciate the NGO and its routine conferences.
"I have attended the second global conference, and I am going to attend this time also. I feel the conference not only inspires us but helps us to build networks with our perfessionals who are working in different fields across the world," Pelma Dolker said.