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    More than 80 NSS students from North-East states of India today met Gujarat Chief Minister Smt. Anandiben Patel and received her inspirational guidance. The youth NSS students came to visit Gujarat under Inter-state Youth Exchange and Home Stay Programme organized by Government of India’s Ministry for Youth Affairs and Sports department. She called on the NSS volunteer towards nation building and social harmony.

    Young citizens exchanged experiences of their Gujarat visit with Smt. Patel wherein they praised various initiatives of state government in the areas of cleanliness, girl child education and health-care. Mentioning about their visit to Mahatma Mandir and Dandi Kutir, NSS volunteers said that they experienced ideology of Gandhi. They also expressed their delight regarding the inspirational schemes for youth of Gujarat and well-planned development of infrastructural facilities in Gujarat during the discussions with Smt. Patel. Education Minister Shri Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, Regional Director of NSS Shri Kamalkumar Kar and Secretary to Gujarat CM Shri Ajay Bhadoo were present on this occasion.

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