Updated: Jul 17, 2020
Approximately 99.85 per cent of the participants of Aspire Meghalaya said they had identified a clear set of values in life, which was missing earlier.
The number of students willing to participate actively in their classrooms improved by 300 per cent, stated a progress report of the programme shared on Tuesday.
Launched in 2019, Aspire Meghalaya is India’s first soft skills and well-being programme for tribal youths. Read more.