Rotaract District 3170 hosted a two-day multidistrict conference on Rotaract’s International Service Avenue at Vasco da Gama, Goa. RAC Vasco da Gama hosted the conference which was chaired by DRR Aniket Jadhav. Over 80 Rotaractors from 19 Rotaract clubs across five districts attended the event.
The event aimed to provide a platform for Rotaractors to network, learn and have fun, all while furthering the mission of the International Service Avenue of Rotaract. The gathering of so many talented and dedicated individuals from various clubs created a dynamic and energised atmosphere, setting the stage for a truly unforgettable experience, said host club president Priyanka Pandit. Qalandar Sayed was the project chairman.
Amit Palekar, past president of Rotary Club of Panjim Riviera, inaugurated the conference. Siddesh Kochrekar conducted an ice-breaking session that helped Rotaractors get to know each other and feel more comfortable in the new environment. DRR Jadhav gave an overview of the international service avenue and urged the delegates to participate in the programme.
Rotaractors presented their best International Service Avenue project ideas, showcasing their creativity and passion for community service. The ideas demonstrated the potential for Rotaract to make a positive impact in the world, and the session provided valuable insights into how Rotaract clubs could expand their reach and take advantage of new opportunities and resources, said Chaitanya Nilkanthanavar, director, District International Service.
Rotarian Lalit Saraswat gave an insight into the nuances of starting a business venture and Rtn Prakash Saraswat spoke on new opportunities for Rotaract clubs. A quiz on Rotaract drew active participation from the audience and “the session gave a good understanding of various aspects of Rotaract and the Rotary organisation to the delegates,” said Nilkanthanavar.
The Mr & Ms Rajsuya competition, beachside activities, zumba sessions and the DJ Nite provided the fun aspect at the event.