YUVA is introducing a new node to its organisational structure – a Central Committee.
The first seating of the Central Committee would be held this Sunday, 11 October at YUVA Head Office, with its 38 selected office bearers from around the Island. The Central Committee would be chaired every Sunday by President Krishna Athal.
President Krishna Athal said, “The Central Committee would act as a standing administrative body of YUVA, analogous to the National Board, thus endorsing transparency, effective communication and team motivation by meeting physically every week.”
The one-hour Sunday session of the Central Committee would also serve as a platform to discuss projects, strategies and setbacks of the organisation.