Role of Youth

June 10, 2017/ Free Papers/ 0 comments

Role of youth in Transforming India ‘Youth is like a fire It crept forward. A Spark at first Growing into a flame The brightening into a Blaze’. Introduction: Martin Luther has said, “I have a Dream” and the dream come largely true. If he had not thought of that dream he would have accomplished nothing in his life. To climb high one has to think of climbing the Everest. One may not go higher than 10000 feet but even that will not be attained if you have no better dreams of going up to the top floor of your office in a life.

Youth is the spring of Life. It is the age of discovery and dreams. When they dream they dream not only for the good future of themselves but also for the good future for nation and entire humanity. Their dreams take them to stars and galaxies to the far corners of the unknown and some of them like our own Kalpana Chawla pursue their dream, till they realize it and die for it in process. We have saniya nehwal who is one of the top competitors in tennis. Then is our very own boxing champion- vijendra singh who won the prestigious medal in Olympics. e have many others like them. India is having the largest youth population in the world today. Role of Youth A. The youth can play a vital role in the implementation of elimination of terrorism. If the energy, intelligence and resources of youth are fully and properly utilized the country will prosper. B. The youth will have to compete with sporting spirit. Just look at the spirit of Internationalism that today prevails in the cricketing world. With the start of any cricket tournament, no matters which team wins, Cricket wins, Youthfulness will won.

The spirit of oneness will win. C. Young people are full of vibrant ideas. When properly motivated and sufficiently guided they want in their life. D. Young people have energy to try out things and the patience to learn from mistakes. Giving them opportunities to plan, to decide and to work prepares them to face harsher realities in life. E. Young participation is important because youth are the country’s power. Youth recognize problems and can solve them. Youth are strong forces in social movements. They educate children about their rights.

They help other young people attain a higher level of Intellectual ability and to become qualified adults In recent times Terrorism has emerged as one of the gravest threat to peace and democratic policy. Youth are drawn between acts of terrorism. In some cases it is not the terrorism, but a freedom struggle. This is how our neighbors are trying to justify its policy of cross border terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir. Youth organizations should carry out an awareness campaign to expose justification or condoning of terrorism anywhere and under whatever pretext.

Its time The youth, the students have to realize their power , their role, their duties and their responsibility and stand up for their rights. Now its time that instead of brain drain we should act like magnets and attract world to India. The Youth of a Nation are the trustees of posterity. -benjamin Disraeli Role Of Youth In Peace Mahatma Gandhi used the term “Satyagraha” to refer to a kind of active but absolutely non-violent resistance to oppression. In his words: “Truth (satya) implies love, and firmness (agraha) engenders and therefore serves as a synonym for force.

I thus began to call the Indian movement Satyagraha, that is to say, the Force which is born of Truth and Love or non-violence, and gave up the use of the phrase “passive resistance”, in connection with it, so much so that even in English writing we often avoided it and used instead the word “satyagraha”… [Satyagraha in South Africa, 1926 from Johnson, p. 73. , (found on Wikipedia, Satyagraha)] The nine rules of a satyagraha campaign are: 1. harbour no anger 2. suffer the anger of the opponent 3. never retaliate toassaults or punishment; but do not submit, out of fear f punishment or assault, to an order given in anger 4. voluntarily submit to arrest or confiscation of your own property 5. if you are a trustee of property, defend that property (non-violently) from confiscation with your life 6. do not curse or swear 7. do not insult the opponent 8. neither salute nor insult the flag of your opponent or your opponent’s leaders 9. if anyone attemp to insult or assault your opponent, defend your opponent (non-violently) with your life ROLE OF YOUTH IN POLITICS Politics is science to manage the country or state.

Youth is young blood of nation and active worker of nation. So, it is very necessary and demand of nation that he must take all the responsibility for managing whole country. Without entering in politics, he can not do any welfare activity at large scale because, after getting fund he can do any thing but who will give to him. But, If youth joins politics and make his own Govt. with help of democratic voting system. He can become prime minister of country after this he can make the India as the dream land of Swami Vivekananda.

Where there is no corruption, where there is no violence, where there is no black marketing, where there is no cheating, fraud or scam. But where there is only love, where there is only honesty, where there is only co-operation and co-ordination. So, Youth should join politics for improving our nation in all aspects…. Conclusion India can become a developed nation only if everyone contributes to the best of his or her capacity and ability. Youth is wholly experimental and with the full utilization of the talents of the Youth, India will become a complete Nation. Let us hope for the same

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