The students of Lucknow public schools and colleges witnessed the presence of the young CEO of a creative mobile application HaikuJAM, Dhrupad Karwa. The program began with lamp lighting followed up by a welcome speech byDr. L.S. Awasthi. Dhrupad came to Lucknow Public College of Professional Studies to discuss the findings of the millennial think tank “circle” with 2,000 students. He shared the story of HaikuJAM and ran a live collaborative poetry “JAM session” through the app. He said, “HaikuJAM is a space for creative discourse, expression and the sharing of perspectives. This campaign brings together Pakistani and Indian millennials, as well as members of the Indian Armed Forces, through the tradition of poetry, of which both countries have a rich heritage. It is a powerful opportunity to bring to the surface the thoughts and emotions surrounding these historic days, and we are inspired to witness the conversations that manifest.” HaikuJAM is an app where people around the world write poems together. It is available on Google Play and Apple App Store and the way it works is beautiful: write a line and send it out to the world. Someone somewhere will pick it up and continue your jam. The final result is a three-line poem written by three people. According to Forbes, HaikuJAM is “the product you didn’t know had been missing from your life”. It was also named in the “50 Best Creative Apps” globally by The Guardian. The New York Times chose HaikuJAM amongst the world’s top three apps to “jump-start creative thinking and spark new ideas”. HaikuJAM is led by a young, international and deeply inspired team that recently relocated from London to Mumbai. HaikuJAM’s mission is to realize a more meaningful universe, by helping you say the things that you would never have said with the people you would never have met. During the session Manager SP Singh, Head of Innovation wing Neha Singh, Dean of Professional College Dr. L.S.Awasthi, teaching facilities of school and colleges and near about 2000 students were present.