SachinDangi aged 17, residing in Kathmandu, Nepal also known as meronamsachinho is an dynamic person with interest in physics, social works, philosophy and is on a continuous quest to bring relevance of traditions to modern science. He considers Dr.MichioKaku as his inspirer. He was a National Delegate of Nepal for 10th Asian Science Camp; he also leads as President of a nationwide teenage network in his country named Teenage Society of Nepal. Further he is a Rover of Nepal Scouts and is also involved in research works in ASC alumni. Following are some of his works:
http://powerkhabar.com/category/teenage-society-news/He always looks forward for people who would love to talk to him in any topics including politics, science, technology, religion, etc. He always is there for people who need advice and want to discuss.
How do you motivate the youths living in developing world for the better future?
“None of the great came out of rich” think of this whenever you feel, you are living in a condition when you can’t do anything because you don’t have anything. It is then that you need to realize you have something which other does not. Think of life you have. Think of things your eyes have seen which others have not. Think of experience you have got which others can only think of but not feel it themselves. Remember graphene, X ray were discovered when they were not even target to be discovered. They were a result of people doing what they love for fun.
Living in a developing country where many facilities might not be available should never let you down. Make it your power. Do what you love , learn from your surrounding and express it. Example; me living in Nepal will never experience what someone does living in Myanmar, If you express it then I will be interested to learn about you. Then it is that you will have an identity in global platform.My message is do what you love, learn from the environment and express it globally.