Chirag opened its venue for the youth in a special way in 2015. It began training the youth to enlighten and awaken the society towards the unjust ways and atrocities, the poor face in their daily life situations.

It was conducted through various means like Street Play Theatre, Social Audit, RTF(Right To Food) campaign, etc. It exposed the apathy of the Government machinery in reaching out to the needy to provide the basic necessities of life.

There were many workshops and seminars conducted for the youth to assist them towards critical thinking like Social Analysis, Right Based Approach, etc. We challenged them with the three mantras of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar – Educate, Agitate and organize …..
As a result, the youth took interest in higher education, appeared for competitive exams, and found themselves a seat among the Government employees in different departments. One of them is Kalpana Kumari of Kritpura village, Buxar as a Railway Police in Mugulsarai.

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