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Ivallly Talk 2014 motivating youngsters towards greater career through success personalities


With the objective to inspire and foster learning among the youths of the state through the motivating and idea-focused talks from the distinguished personalities, a talk event under the banner ‘Ivalley talk 2014 Ideas plus Inspiration’ was held at Sangai hall, Hotel Imphal for the first time in Manipur today.

Organized under the aegis of Ivalley, a youth forum with Manipur Times and Hueiyen Lanpao daily as the media partners, various distinguished personalities like Dr. Ngangbam Shantikumar (Mr. World 2013 INBA), Limaben Jamir (NEI Model United Nations), Kamesh Salam (Founder, South East Asian Bamboo Foundation), Niranjan Lairenjam (entrepreneur, Director, JCRE Skill Solutions), Robert Naorem (celebrity stylist & designer), Guru Rewben Mashangva (Folk Singer) and  Kishalay Bhattercharjee (Journalist) related to how they could climb the ladder of success against all odds in life thus fuelling the young minds towards greater future career.

Considering my very poor family background, my illiterate landless peasant parents, my childhood growing up as family cowherd in a small village, to earn a doctorate degree was not an easy task. My poor parents could not afford even both meals for us and the family survived eating only OOTY, a Manipuri cuisine without rice. Despite all this family background, I always dreamt big and tried to visualize the better things beyond my humble life status. What matters most in success is one’s firm determination, not humble background or environment, said Dr. Ng. Shantikumar Meetei while delivering his speech during the talk programme.

Kamesh Salam, Founder, South East Asian Bamboo Foundation, said that the economy of  industrially backward state like Manipur can be strengthened through economically viable  bamboo Industry which can afford maximum job opportunities. However, as the policy makers are ignorant of the value of bamboo and its industrial viability, the vast bamboo resources in the state are lying useless.

A photo exhibition of the Manipur Photography club was also held as part of the Talk event.



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