KCG College of Technology

Wednesday 29 February 2012 ·

(Unit of Hindustan Group of Institutions)

Proudly presents

Hindustan Young Leaders Conference (HYLC) 2012

KCG College of Technology is organizing the first edition of Hindustan Young Leaders Conference (HYLC) from 16th to 18th March 2012 at the KC Tech campus.

HYLC aims to bring together outstanding young students from around the world to build critical leadership skills in a global context. HYLC will simulate some of the most important international bodies giving college students a unique chance to discuss and debate real-time problems in an energy-charged environment. Based on the concept of a Model United Nations, HYLC is a dynamic, vibrant and inspiring platform for creative solutions to challenges that face today's world leaders. Beyond developing the youngsters into great debaters, it will also enhance their knowledge, impel them to research and reflect on global issues, hone their use of diplomatic skills to negotiate and persuade and above all empower them to become effective leaders wherever they go.

 The host institution, KCG College of Technology, a unit of the Hindustan Group of Institutions, was founded in 1998. The beautifully landscaped campus, spread over 50 acres at Karapakkam, is about 10 km from Adyar on the Old Mahabalipuram Road, the IT corridor of Chennai. Through the years, KC Tech has conducted various international and national conferences for academics as well as intercollegiate technical symposiums for students. The college seeks to produce graduates who will think innovatively, communicate effectively, act ethically and participate meaningfully in a rapidly changing world.

The confirmed speakers to date are
  • ·        T P Sreenivasan, former Ambassador to Austria and former Permanent Representative for India in the United Nations
  • ·        Gopalkrishna Gandhi, former Ambassador to Norway and former Governor of West Bengal
  • ·        Jennifer McIntyre, U S Consul General
  • ·         Sheela Rani Chunkath, Additional Chief Secretary/CMD Tamil Nadu Handicrafts Development Corporation
  • ·        R Ramamurthy, Chairman, Cyber Society of India
  • ·        Commodore Shekhar, Regional Director, National Maritime Foundation

Six world bodies will be simulated in parallel sessions at the Hindustan Young Leaders Conference: Bilderberg Conference, UN Security Council, G-20, ICANN, Rio+20Summit, Indian Council. As may be observed, all the crucial areas of economy, foreign policy, cyber space, and environment will be analyzed during the three days of HYLC. Many of these councils are being simulated for the first time in India and we expect intense and lively debates during these sessions.

Applications for the executive board which comprises of the Chair, Vice Chair, and Director for each council have come from United StatesUnited KingdomNorway,BrusselsDubaiBangladesh, and from different parts of India.

HYLC is dedicated to the youth of today who are the nation builders of tomorrow.
 Further details are available at the site hylc.in    

 HYLC Highlights
    Dedicated to the Youth of Today who are the Nation Builders of Tomorrow
·         Councils never before simulated in India like Rio+20 Summit
·         Eminent leaders from various fields to address and interact with delegates
·         International Delegate Applications received from United States, United Kingdom, Norway, Albania , Bangladesh, Dubai
·         National Delegate Applications received from DelhiBombayHyderabadBangalore,CochinCalicutWarangalVellore, Coimbatore & Chennai
A great opportunity for outstanding youngsters to come together on a dynamic, vibrant and inspiring platform to discuss challenges that face today's world leaders. A call to all youngsters to join hands with us and take a step into the future


KCG College

KCG College of Technology was founded in 1998 at Karapakkam, Chennai, to fulfill the vision of our Founder-Chairman, Late Dr KCG Verghese's - "To make Every Man a Success and no Man a Failure".

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