Thursday, September 20, 2012

Green Month of Achievement

1. Invited to attend the World Summit on Innovation & Entrepreneurship, taking place on September 26-28, 2012 in Boston, at the Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center as Founder & CEO of Green Youth Generation and Ambassador of Tunza Eco-Generation.
"Elated and blessed!! And always ready for making a difference. Time to bring something new and innovative to the people and this World. Hoping to be there and meet amazing entrepreneurs and innovators." - Balraj Arpit

The World Summit on Innovation & Entrepreneurship provides a meaningful setting that engages the world?s most amazing people to transform our economies, societies, and the environment.

2. "Green Morning!! Ladies and Gentlemen, uhh, don't be uncomfortable if I said Green Morning because it's my devotion to our mother Earth...If you really think that you can be one of the innovative people then you must know the relation betwe
en two words i.e. 'I & YOU'. 'I' believes on 'YOU' and 'YOU' believes on 'I', and this is fact and relationship between 'I' and 'YOU'....continued.." - Balraj Arpit, Founder & CEO, Green Youth Generation
"It was amazing experience to host the event and present seminar on "Android & Innovations". Thanks to Dean, HOD, Professors and Seniors and of course, audience too for this opportunity."

I'd talk about How we can develop innovative idea regarding 
Green Technology.

Lemmi express my feelings through these lines of song "Love is all around me" (edited)..

"I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes..
Success is all around me, and so the feeling grows..
It's written on the wind, so wherever I go..
If you really love me, common let it show." ?

3. Whoa!! One more achievement added. Received Certificate from Tunza Eco-Generation(An Environmental Networking Platform by UNEP & SAMSUNG Engineering) for successful completion of 8th Regional Ambassador to Asia-Pacific. 

Amazing feelings, elated heart & wet eyes. :') Thanks to my all great supporters and motivators. Each day growing my soul to make a difference in this World.

Appointed as 9th Regional Ambassador to represent Asia-Pacific in 9th Regional Ambassador Program 

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

TUNZA Eco-Generatio Award

Whoa!! One more achievement added. Received Certificate from Tunza Eco-Generation(An Environmental Networking Platform by UNEP & SAMSUNG Engineering) for successful completion of 8th Regional Ambassador to Asia-Pacific.

Amazing feelings, elated heart & wet eyes. :') Thanks to my all great supporters and motivators. Each day growing my soul to make a difference in this World.

Appointed as 9th Regional Ambassador to represent Asia-Pacific in 9th Regional Ambassador Program 

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Language : Need of a Long Journey

Language : Need of a Long Journey
Language, every region has their own. Me, ?Balraj Arpit?? belongs from Bihar, India where people knows three language, 1. Regional Language - Bhojpuri, 2. National Language – Hindi and 3. International Language – English but better for better interaction with city population, we use ?Hindi? and for rural population, we use ?Bhojpuri?. And a funny language i.e. ?Hinglish?, remix of Hindi and English, forget it. I studied in St. Dominic Savio?s High School, Bihar. After completing intermediate, because of interest and little bit passion of computer, Tamil Nadu. Its completely a new experience of my life when I travelled approx 2800 Km away from my home. Tamil Nadu, culture and its language give make it an unique state of the India where 80% of the population is literate and cultured. Their behaviour and response to your enquiry will amaze you, their politeness and innocence impress my heart always.
My first activity in Tamil Nadu was ?Anti-Ragging? seminar in my University to stop ragging. On every Saturday and Sunday, I move to the rural area around me. On first day, I?d visited with coordinator of my organization to ?Vallam? few kilometres away from me. We found, ancient art of living culture which is in blood of every Tamil people. B-47 was the bus b which we reached there. ?Tea? not a modern tea but an old generation?s healthy tea was tasted by us. You won?t but you can?t make tea like that without training of the way and procedure they were making.
Title of my project was ?Roadside Emotion? to catch and understand the emotion of poor people. We clicked numbers of emotions in our camera but it was not so easy. It was difficult to interact with them because we don?t know Tamil language and they don?t know English. A language problem born here in our second activity in Tamil Nadu. My mother tongue is Hindi and was unaware of single meaning of Tamil language. So, rather interacting with them, we back to our room.
Now, we tryna find out solution of the language problem. If we join Tamil language class then it would take time to learn and complete the project. So, we decided to make a friend who could interact with us and to the poor people fluently. This idea works, we make a friend who help us to forward our question and message to them poor people. We learn many things in this project that they live live their life with culture and giving honest service to others without any selfishness in them. They?re poor but happy because they?re educated and care about others. Understanding emotion of roadside and rural people was a great experience of my and I will never forget it. Everyone is in this world born for a reason and die for a reason.
After completing this project, we return to the room. Now, I?m going back to home after completing 1st semester Engineering exam because of one month holiday. I?m very excited to go my hometown because I?ll organize many activities, events and projects for Environment.
Check out few some photographs of our project ?Roadside Emotion?. Hope you?ll trying to understand their emotion.
Stay tuned with me and my organization ?Green Youth Generation? working in the field of Child Rights, Education and Environment.
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Saturday, September 8, 2012

International Literacy Day: A talk with rural people of Rockfort

International Literacy Day

If you want to know about different cultures and people then visit any tourist place where you can find people with different cultures and ethics who will let you know the current situations and sufferings. Today, I went to Ucchi Pillayar Temple, Rockfort where I did get to know about their opinion about Literacy. Managing family business, time, money, daily mea
ls, health, school, facility, gender discrimination, etc.. mean a lot for them and their children. Children of poor people are forced to involve in family business because they don't have any other option. In rural area, we can find a sick person by any disease in each home due to which children either leave their studies or concentrate more on their family business than study.

Understanding Literacy - Literacy is a fundamental human right and the foundation for lifelong learning. It is fully essential to social and human development in its ability to transform lives. - UNESCO

Literacy in India - Literacy in India is key for socio-economic progress, and the Indian literacy rate grew to 74.04% in 2011 from 12% at the end of British rule in 1947. Although this was a greater than sixfold improvement, the level is well below the world average literacy rate of 84%, and India currently has the largest illiterate population of any nation on earth. The absence of adequate school infrastructure like improper facilities and inefficient teaching staff is one of the main factors affecting literacy in India.

Few quotes by great people - "Every Literate woman is a victory over poverty." - Ban Ki Moon

"Literacy is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the World." - Nelson Mandela

"Literacy is a bridge from misery to hope." - Kofi Annan

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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

TUNZA Eco-Generation's main article "The Motivational People" written by me

Now, rewind our life to childhood and think that, "Why we ask our Mother only for anything we want?" or, "Who was your motivational person of your life?" My answer is, ...
To know answer of above questions and more about motivational people thenCheck our "The Motivational Person" written by me as Main Article of TUNZA Eco-Generation.(An environmental networking platform by UNEP & SAMSUNG Engineering)...  :)

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Saturday, September 1, 2012

Green Morning!!

Green Morning! Don't be uncomfortable when I say "Green Morning Everyone". In our daily life, we keep ourselves update with two things 1. Fashion & 2. Tecnology, no matter it harms to our environment or not.
"Green Morning" brings freshness of our mind and imaginary blossoms start falling above us.
"Good Morning" is tradition words which brought to us hundreds of years back. And it reaches to us 

like a custom from generation after generation. Whenever & wherever we see teachers, three words comes out from our mouth "Good Morning Sir/Ma/am". Are we fulfilling formalities by saying this or what? Nobody wishes "Good Morning", they are only fulfilling formalities. There is no emotions in "Good Morning". But here "Green Youth Generation" come with "Green Morning".
A "Green Morning" to refresh our mind,
A "Green Morning" to refresh others mind,
& "Green Morning", a tribute to our "Environment". If you're passionate about environments, then you should start replacing "Good Morning" by "Green Morning".
Have greenday..

Author: Balraj Arpit

Published in: "Green Youth Generation:Magazine of Youth"

Recognized by: TUNZA Eco-Generation

Selected as Regional Ambassador of TUNZA Eco-Generation

Balraj Arpit is selected as Regional Ambassador at TUNZA Eco-Generation(An Environmental Networking Platform by UNEP & SAMSUNG Engineering). He'll represent Asia-Pacific in 9th TUNZA Eco-Generation Regional Ambassador Program. This is his 3rd time continuously appointed to represent Asia-Pacific.

"I feel proud to be a part of TUNZA Eco-Generation from 7th TUNZA Eco-Generation Regional Ambassador Program. It gives me immense energy and zeal to keep working in the field of Child Rights, Education & Environment. This is one of the great platform by UNEP & SAMSUNG Engineering. Have a Green Life."- Balraj Arpit

Balraj Arpit

  • Balraj Arpit
  • Nickname : Mr. Right
  • Born on February 19, 1994
  • Father's Name : Dr. Balram Jee Prasad
  • Mother's Name : Late Rajkumari Devi
  • Sisters : Rajni, Deepmala, Neha, Nema & Soni.
  • Founder and President/CEO at Green Youth Generation
  • Ambassador at UNEP TUNZA Eco-Generation.
  • 7th Regional Ambassador represented Asia-Pacific.
  • 8th Regional Ambassador representing Asia-Pacific.
  • 9th Regional Ambassador representing Asia-Pacific
  • College Coordinator at MobilizeU
  • Coordinator at Social Development Design & Research Organization(SDDRO).
  • Youth Icon of Gopalganj, India.
  • Webmaster.
  • Advance Computer User.
  • Knows Hindi, English, Bhojpuri, Hinglish.
  • From Gopalganj, India
  • Matriculation(2009) : Ekalavya Educational Complex, Patna, India.