Jamia alumnus becomes ‘Mentor of Change’ for the Government of India’s flagship program of Atal Tinkering Labs, AIM, NITI Aayog

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Jamia alumnus Md Khalid Hasan has been selected as a ‘Mentor of Change’ for the Government of India’s flagship program of Atal Tinkering Labs (ATLs), established by the Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog. He has been assigned the MT Zion Sr. Sec. School, Senapati, Manipur.

Mentor of Change Program is a strategic nation building initiative to engage leaders who can guide and mentor students in thousands of Atal Tinkering Labs that Atal Innovation Mission has established across India.

The Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) is a flagship initiative set up by the NITI Aayog to promote innovation and entrepreneurship across the length and breadth of the country, based on a detailed study and deliberations on innovation and entrepreneurial needs of India in the years ahead.

Mr. Khalid will conduct knowledge transfer and sharing sessions with students on enormous topics like digital literacy, design thinking, entrepreneurship etc.

He will co-create a mentoring calendar along with the school administration in order to educate and innovate students.

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Khalid Hasan is a serial entrepreneur and founder of India’s one of the well established poetry and storytelling platform “YourVoice” which keeps 50% of slots reserved for the female performers in every event. He has done Electronics Engineering from Jamia Millia Islamia.

Jamia being one of the most renowned university across India has set benchmarks in overall development of personalities of their alumnus. Students of Jamia have always proved to be a remarkable asset to the society.

In a society with ignorant behaviour towards the literature, such communities have not only shouldered it, but have had also played a vital role in it’s upliftment.

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