The Power of Youth-Narayan Seva Sansthan
The Power of Our Youth
The power of our Youth
  02 May'2018

When it comes to talking about a change, we as a society can do it very well but the youth of our nation is the force responsible to execute it. By responsible, I do not mean there is an obligation to do so but there is an urgent need to get into the pit to clean the dirt everybody is busy cribbing about. In a country like ours, despite the majority of the population being young, ambitious and driven; development still seems farfetched and this is simply because of the lack of channelizing the energy and allotting the resources to optimize and begin with.


With the energy, vitality and new ideology; there is a wider scope of transformations in the kind of circumstances we live in and that’s what we should be expecting. There are two areas in particular to consider: the transition towards being a developed country and the change in population.


Irrespective of the numerous achievements and developments of our country, there is a very minute percentage of our population to have got benefitted from it  and there is a lot to be worked on to make the nation a place to live in for all. The lifestyle and life standards given to the youth is far better than what their previous generations had lived in and this gives birth to a changed series of thoughts and a spontaneous will. India is keen for their young people to become involved in civil society and develop political interest as this is seen to be a vital part of the development of the country. In many ways it would appear to be a great deal of pressure being placed on the younger generation to move India into more developed and progressive country. Regardless of the pressure, what ensures a common goal for all is Education. The better educated the young people are, the more likely they are to participate fully in civil society according to available research. Therefore, increasing the level of education across the country is important to develop the skills in the young people to enable to undertake the type of jobs that will help India develop.


There is a rising need to revolutionize thinking generally in society in order to develop an aspiration for education and a certainty that education is important to improve the standards of living for one and all. For the poorest people earning a living may be more important than education and even young children are required to contribute. Child labor is still a major issue in India and other issues like caste and religion add up to the ultimate pile up of causes behind the problem. An objective learning and rational thinking right from the beginning will result in a strong headed child and later a determined adult very well capable of differentiating between wrong and right.


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