The Youth Forum

ICOMOS India is organizing Youth Forum during the ICOMOS General Assembly 2017. Objective of this forum is to spread awareness among youth and give them exposure to the possibilities in the field of Heritage. The event shall outline past activities, present work and future scope in the field of Archaeology, Conservation and streams related to different verticals of Heritage.

Youth Forum is open to public. People who are not registered for the General Assembly can also attend the events of Youth Forum. Both, Participants and non-Participants of the General Assembly will have to register separately through this link:



Special Guided Heritage Tours:

Date Day Location Charges (SAARC) Charges (Non-SAARC)
9 Dec 2017 Sat. Qutub Minar Complex INR 400/- INR 800/-
10 Dec 2017 Sun. Safdarjung’s Tomb INR 300/- INR 500/-
11 Dec 2017 Mon. Humayun’s Tomb Complex INR 400/- INR 800/-
12 Dec 2017 Tue. Feroz Shah Kotla INR 300/- INR 500/-
  • SAARC: For residents of SAARC Countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka).
  • Non-SAARC: Charges for citizens of countries, other than the SAARC Nations.
  • Above charges include entry ticket to the monument.
  • Children under the age of 15 years can accompany for free of charge
  • Walk start at 8am each day and will last for 2-3 hours.
  • Payment can be made on the spot, before the walk.
 Youth Forum Student Activities:
Date Day Venue Event
13 Dec 2017 Wed. India Habitat Centre
  • Junkyard Tales-Treasuring Heritage
14 Dec 2017 Thu. India Habitat Centre
  • Voice It Out-Debate.
  • Heritage Spoof.

Student Activities are for school students only. Those interested may contact (Call/WhatsApp) Mr. Sandeep Sinha at +91-9717496609, or send an email at [email protected] before 10th of December, 2017.

Youth Forum Sessions:
Date Day Venue Event
9 Dec 2017 Sat. India International Centre-Annexe  Educator’s Round Table *

  • Theme: “Role of Schools in Protecting Heritage.”
14 Dec 2017 Thu. India Habitat Centre
  • “Response to Heritage during Emergencies” – Zeynep Gul Unal.
  • “Courses and Career Prospects” – Neel Kamal Chapagain.
  • Role of A.S.I in Indian Monuments -A.K Sinha.
  • “History through Poetry” – Vikramjit Singh Rooprai.
  • “Learning through Museums”- Heritage Labs – Medhavi Gandhi.
  • Making Heritage Fun”- GoUNESCO – Shubhra Rishi.
  • Open Mic.


The Educator’s Round Table is for invited guest only.