This year, 900 university students are taking the journey that will go on till Sep 8. Among the travellers, 150 students are from Edinburgh and London, a statement said. The train with library and internet-enabled coaches will be flagged off from the capital and move towards Punjab.
It will stop at Amritsar, Ludhiana, Chandigarh and Kurukshetra. "With a focus on Punjab's entrepreneurial spirit, the schedule includes visits to a village and industrial units with export success.
Agricultural enterprise, hard work and business acumen that have brought prominence to the region is what the Gyanodaya students will study in detail," the statement said.