Commemoration of Gandhi Memorial Park and 150 Trees Planting in Conjunction of Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th Birthday Celebration

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Commemoration of Gandhi Memorial Park and 150 Trees Planting in Conjunction of Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th Birthday Celebration

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The spirit of Mahatma Gandhi for non-violence, social justice and national freedom to mankind is still being lived and remembered globally. Declaration of two years Global celebration from October 2nd, 2018 until October 2nd, 2020 for His 150th year celebration gave us a golden opportunity to host this prestigious event by creating Gandhi Memorial Park at MySkills Campus together with High Commission of India to Malaysia. Hon. Minister YB Tuan M Kulasegaran officiated the commemoration event as the Guest of Honour.

Myskills Foundation is a sanctuary for at risk students whom require Holistic Transformation approach to be shaped becoming responsible individuals to family, society and nation. It was a great experience shared with all on the context of non-violence, social justice and peace but it also built our nationalism in our very own country.

MySkills Director, Mr S Pasupathi recalled 8 year journey of MySkills with our donors contribution to help us reach the position we are today after challenging times. He also thanked the new partners and government agencies whom are currently supporting MySkills on training grants. Gratitude and giving are two core elements that we preach throughout the years.

Our Guest of Honor, Hon. Minister YB Tuan M Kulasegaran during his third visit to MySkills expressed his fascination over the tremendous growth in the short span of time. NGO Institutions like MySkills should receive more support from the community and Minister pledged his commitment to assist in whichever way to reach the common vision inspired.

Mr Nishit Kumar Ujjwal the Counsellor of Community Affairs & Labor, High Commission of India to Malaysia shared his experience beyond the expectations he had before coming to the campus. He was very touched with the students confidence level after seeing them performing for all who were present. It was indeed a great honor for High Commission of India to Malaysia partnering with MySkills Foundation, he said.

The event went smooth for the both commemoration and tree planting with all the distinguished guests and students of MySkills.

With more blessings, we now have Mahatma Gandhi’s presence to spread humanity to our young generation and we thank each and every one who made the event meaningful and successful.

MySkills Foundation is one step closer to holistically equip the campus with values of humanity and social enterprising.

Help us to create values to the transformation role in campus by pledging for volunteering or donating. Log on to www.myskills.org.myfor more details.

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