Noida: Twin Win, India’s leading Ed-Tech firm, launched an E-Magazine – ‘Yuvaan’. The event was a one of its kind event as the magazine was launched on an online platform. Twin Win that has been working in the field of Skill development of students since the last decade, has decided to dedicate this magazine to all the young guns of India who are achieving great milestones in their lives and are inspiring million others to do the same.
Vaibhav Pande, CEO-Twin Win, shares, “Yuvaan speaks out to those people who are striving to achieve great things in life. It shares the journey of people who have struggled and overcome obstacles and also talks about the real problems that the youngsters of the nation face.
The idea is to have a platform wherein the students can voice their opinions and have innovative solutions for existing problems. Another aspect of Yuvaan is to provide a platform to the students of schools and college to showcase their talent.”
The youngsters are always looking for such platforms to share their opinion. No wonder, most of the users on social networking apps are youngsters.
Anshul Vashisht, COO-Twin Win, cites, “The youngsters of India are bubbling with creative ideas, ideas that need a medium to be extracted and explored. With Yuvaan, students from schools and colleges will have the opportunity to read, write, debate, understand the opinions of fellow youngsters. We are looking for entries for Yuvaan from young guns who will become the trail blazers. They will bear the torch and light the way for others. The aim of Yuvaan is to develop good content that is worth reading. These days, the students are surrounded with so much of negative content, and thus they develop a rather pessimistic approach towards life. We are trying to introduce some positive, good quality content and thoughts to the youngsters so that they develop a fresh perspective towards life.”
With so many magazines that are published in India and abroad, the question that whether Yuvaan will attract many readers or not depends certainly on many factors. Mayank Garg, CFO, Twin Win, explains, “Yuvaan will be unlike any other magazine because it focuses on the crucial junction of two important pedestals of life: school life and college life. It will act as a bridge between the two. It will have articles on career guidance, business success stories, and showcasing the talent of youngsters. Yuvaan is also receiving subscription requests from around 20 countries of the world.”
Such initiatives are the need of the hour when a nation is trying to become atma nirbhar through its youth.