MUMBAI: The National Stock Exchange (NSE) was ‘taken over’ by a group of 35 children to voice their opinion about protecting child rights on the occasion of Children’s Day on Tuesday.
This keeps bothering me.”Vikram Limaye, managing director and CEO of NSE, said that the NSE recognises the value of investing in children and has identified primary education as one of the core corporate social responsibility areas.
The students, who are attached to various NGOs, were at the ‘#KidsTakeOverNSE’ event organised by the UNICEF to celebrate World Children’s Day, which falls on November 20.
Today, you are not just doing charity and helping society, but also creating a social capital.”At the end of the event, the children rang the ceremonial bell to close the business of the NSE.
Prasad Boraksh, a Class XII student with Adivasi-Ashramshala in Ahemadnagar, said he wants to be an athlete and play at the state level.
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