Ishita Katyal- Youngest Indian Representative At TEDx Youth Conference New York

Indian Child always Makes best impression than Some of the World’s Greatest Minds. This Time, again an Indian Girl Proved her Ability. Ishita Katyal, a 10-year-old girl from Pune, has become the youngest Indian to speak at the TED Youth Conference in New York. As per the recent reports, Ishita delivered a 4-minute speech on ‘What do you want to be now’, a topic that raised important points regarding, “how children can make a difference, irrespective of their age”.

Children’s Day 2015 become really special for Ishita as her dream became a reality on that day. She became the youngest Indian to deliver a speech at the TEDx Youth Conference 2015 in New York.

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Ishita studies in 5th standard at the Vibgyor High School in Balewadi, Pune. In 2013, Ishita attended her first TEDx session in Pune. She took the initiative and asked the organisers how she too, could be part of the event. After undergoing two rounds of Skype interviews conducted by Global TEDx volunteers, she became the youngest organiser of TEDx Youth events in the Asia-Pacific region.

On February 7, Ishita organised the first TEDx event in her school titled “Why you don’t have to wait till you grow up”. In the talk she urged kids of her age to think about what they’re doing in the present, as compared to planning for what they willl do in the future.

Ishita’s mother Nancy Katyal said, Ishita katyal tedx is very clear about what she wants. She didn’t hesitate for even a second. The whole trip was sponsored by TEDx. At the main event, she stood on the stage to speak and enjoyed the sessions thoroughly”

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