(Download) Yojana Magazine Free PDF Archive : June-2017

(Download) Yojana Magazine Free PDF Archive :  June-2017


  • Indian Youth : Emerging
  • Power
  • A K Dubey - 7
  • Job Creation: Challenges &
  • Way Forward
  • Alakh N Sharma
  • Balwant Singh Mehta -14

 Special Article

  • making a nation of job
  • creators
  • Saurabh Sanyal
  • Ranjeet Mehta - 19
  • Youth: A Change Agent
  • sunita sanghi - 24
  • Flag Bearers of Indian
  • Culture
  • Sheetal Sharma
  • Bhaskar Jyoti - 34

Do you know?

  • Angel funding - 32


  • bringing harmony
  • between body and mind
  • Ishwara N Acharya
  • Rajiv Rastogi -39
  • Reconnecting with oneself
  • Ishwar V Basavaraddi - 43
  • Distance and Online
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Education in India
  • Amit Kumar Dwivedi - 46
  • Quality Education for
  • Empowering Indian Youth
  • Rakesh K Wats
  • Meenu Wats - 54
  • Bringing Youth to the
  • Mainstream
  • Ravi Pokharna - 59
  • GST–The Game Changer
  • D S Malik - 63
  • J&K window - 42

The Youth of a Nation are the trustees of posterity. While most of the developed world is moving towards a nation of ageing population, India is poised to be the youngest country in the world by 2020. This young force, which also constitutes nearly 40 per cent of the total population of India, is the most vibrant and dynamic segment and also the country’s most valuable human resource. India’s demographic dividend has become the talk of economists and policy planners the world over. As the future of the nation, youth have a tremendous role to play in nation building. Their creative potential coupled with their enthusiasm, energy and versatility can work
wonders for any country.

As engineers, doctors, lawyers, bankers, entrepreneurs, sports persons, youth have the potential to lead the nation in all sectors. The need is to empower them with correct guidance and resources to grow and contribute to development. A conducive home environment where the child can grow healthy and get a good education is the first step in this direction. Right to Education Act 2009 has been one of the defining moments to ensure this. Sarva Shiksha Abhyan, e-pathshaala, UDAAN etc are key programmes of government to provide quality education at all levels. Hilly, far flung and remote areas of the country where accessibility to good education is a problem, distance education plays an important part. The value of distance education in reaching learning to our young people is now being recognised. Technology is being used to provide better access to education through several programmes like GIAN, SWAYAM and National Digital Library.

This educated youth however needs to be equipped with necessary skill sets for specific jobs. A routine school/college education may not ensure jobs for the young people, especially in today’s competitive and highly technological world. The need is for appropriate and adequate skill development and training which can convert this force into the largest source of technically skilled manpower. The Skill India Mission launched by the government is one of the initiatives which goes a long way in assisting youth to upgrade their skills  according to the demands of the employment market. The Mission aims to skill over 40 crore people by 2022 and enhance their employability by training them in skill sets of their choice. There are also distance education courses which teach skill development under the programme

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