Youth Survives activities are conducted with our young brigade known as Rotaracts and Interacts. Major Activities are listed below
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is an intensive leadership experience organized by RCMMS where youngsters are motivated to develop their skills as a leader while having fun and connecting with new a group of more than 50-100 Participants.
What are the benefits?
Ryla is a theme based training program spread across 1 or 2 Days. Participants are groomed to
• Develop communication and problem-solving skills
• Build and Discover strategies for becoming a dynamic leader in your school or community
• Learn from community leaders, inspirational speakers, and peer mentors
• Unlock your potential to turn motivation into action
• Have fun and form lasting friendships
Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN) is a weekend residential experience for youth aged 14-16 years designed to develop skills that will assist them in the transition to adulthood. Participants are involved in a variety of workshops and activities, which provide an opportunity for them to personally develop, gain self confidence, communication skills, challenge themselves, build friendships, and develop life skills
Early in the year we ask each club to source and sponsor applicants. These applications should be chosen on the basis of their personal qualities. They do not have to be outstanding students, but young people who would benefit from being able to develop their personal qualities and skills.
Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) is a Rotary District project designed to create an awareness of the role of the United Nations in mediating international issues. The purpose of MUNA is to encourage young people to learn about other nations and to understand and appreciate the workings of the United Nations while they develop debating skills and gain self confidence in public speaking.
The debates reproduce genuine UN debates often with a fine flow of rhetoric, points of order, and motions of dissent and bloc walkouts! MUNA is actually a United Nations initiative and there are a variety of MUNAs held throughout the world.
The teams select a country; research its history, politics, economics, peoples, international alignment and policies in current world affairs.
Having chosen a country they then debate selected resolutions from each country’s point of view in a simulated United Nations Assembly.
MIPS simulate the working of the Indian Parliament. The main aim is to Develop in students an awareness of the parliament and the situation of other states in the counter and
1) To enable students to improve their public speaking and debating skills
2) To encourage them to make sympathetic and informed comments on national problems.
3) To share their opinions and friendship with students from other college and
4) To lay the foundation for the free sharing of ideas across state boundaries which the essence of a truly open society tolerant is to differences of race, religion and political opinion?