Pune: The first phase results of third year Young Inspirators Network (YIN) elections were declared on Sunday and YIN Presidents from college in and around Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad were elected. The YIN-LDP elections were held across the State on August 10 and 11.
In the second year of digital elections conducted by YIN, most colleges picked up the online election procedure, while few conducted the election in the traditional way. YIN's Leadership Development Programme (LDP), that works as a shadow ministry of students, is aimed at building leadership qualities among students and has seen rising leaders, especially females.
"I have got a lot of support from the YIN team and my professors, which has boosted my confidence. They have shown belief that I can bring good changes in college and I will work towards resolving most issues faced by students. I will try to strengthen women empowerment in my college and look to it that more female students come forward to be good leaders," said Megha Sirsat from HV Desai College, Pune
"The YIN network connection. I will strengthen students' connection with themselves and the college so that everyone stands together. Also, I will encourage my colleagues to contribute as much as they can for social causes," said Monali Pawar of BP College, Baramati.