Mumbai: Youva from Navneet Education Limited today announced the launch of a Special edition long books, with its brand ambassador, Prithvi Shaw. Prithvi Shaw is an Indian cricketer and former captain of the Under-19 World Cup Winning squad (2018) and the youngest to open the batting in an IPL game, currently playing for Delhi Capitals.
A series of 12 long books designed by Navneet Education Limited will be featuring Shaw’s complete journey- from training, to motivation before the match, to playing on the field & finally winning the match. Shaw has been a complete package of being a young achiever and a perfect example for the nation’s Youvas to empower themselves on achiveing their goals.
A precocious child prodigy, Shaw is a right-handed opening batsman with a capability to put the opposition on the back foot pretty quickly with his dynamic range of shots. Shaw has a god gifted prowess of timing the cricket ball with a low grip, and an extremely bottom handed technique to go with a flourishing bat-swing.
Commenting on the launch of Prithvi Shaw long book series Shailendra Gala, Director – Stationery Division, Navneet Education Limited said, “Navneet along with our brand ambassador Prithvi Shaw aims to inspire the youth to strive to achieve their goals. I am extremely delighted to announce the launch of these special edition long books which will be a source of motivation amongst the youth, while also being stylish and cool enough to flaunt. Notebooks/Long books are a paramount part of education and Youva has always strived to make these as interesting as possible for the youth with theme based cover designs”.
Shaw said, “I am honored to be a part of the long book series which Navneet Education Limited has launched. Being a part of these long books and being able to showcase my complete journey is a thrill in itself. Youva is a brand I am delighted to be associated with. The fun, innovative products & designs the brand creates are a delight and it is an honour to be part of Youva’s journey into the hearts of the youth of India.”