Inviting Suggestions for the Draft National Youth Policy

Start Date :
Jun 08, 2022
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Jul 15, 2022
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The Government has reviewed the existing draft National Youth Policy, 2014 and prepared a new draft National Youth Policy (NYP). The draft NYP envisages a ten - year vision for ...

The Government has reviewed the existing draft National Youth Policy, 2014 and prepared a new draft National Youth Policy (NYP). The draft NYP envisages a ten - year vision for youth development that India seeks to achieve by 2030. It is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and serves to 'unlock the potential of the youth to advance India'. The draft NYP seek to catalyze widespread action on youth development across five priority areas viz. education; employment & entrepreneurship: youth leadership & development; health, fitness & sports; and social justice. Each priority area is underpinned by the principle of social inclusion keeping in view the interests of the marginalized sections.

The Department of Youth Affairs seek comments/views/suggestions on the draft NYP from all stakeholders.

Please refer to the policy document: Draft National Youth Policy (PDF 1.23 MB)

The last date to share your ideas and suggestions is 15th July, 2022.

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Gnanapragasam_3
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K A Gnanapragasam 4 months 3 weeks ago

Honb'le Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modiji I give below my few suggestions for draft on National Youth Policy.
1. Youth must be given enough opportunity to prove his talent.
2. Youth should not be used for political activities. This will spoil their future.
3. Age restriction should be arranged for political interference.
4. Youth should not be allowed to entry into political sphere before the age of 30.
5. Because they are developing their skills, concentrate in studies, giving concentration for employment opportunity before the age of 30.
6. Preparing themselves for competitive exams.
7. Most of the participants have expressed their ideas to abolish casteism because casteism mainly create unemployment situation among the general category applicants.
8. There are nearly 80% general category applicants are in poverty line with good knowledge and skills.
9. Caste based reservation should be eliminated and skill based appointment should be followed.
10. Education should be common.

Pradip Kumar Pradhan_6
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Pradip Kumar Pradhan 4 months 3 weeks ago

Respected Sir/Madam,
Kindly stop corruption in recruitment.
Search the talent among rural youth and provide financial assistance to boost their talent.
Organise the recruitment of private sector entity in a systematic manner.
Allocate more funds to sports budget.

Suneel Vatsyayan
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Suneel Vatsyayan 4 months 3 weeks ago

important to acknowledge the role of civil societies in empowering youth towards strengthening of the democratic system of the country and sustainable development. The solution lies to effectively utilize modern tools in disseminating the belief among youth on their participation and representation in democracy through civil society initiatives. - develpment

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Akshay Sharma_42 4 months 3 weeks ago

Good Health a National priority should be taken into consideration and meaningful aspects to achieve the SDG goals through understanding the issues affecting youth health and standards that need to be improved for creating safe space for young
National Youth Policy Needs to take into consideration on reducing the Demand for Tobacco Products rather than working only on Preventional aspects from such easily available cheap tobacco products.
The laws pertaining to any kind of Tobacco use should be for protecting the youth rather than making it more vulnerable and letting the loopholes of the laws be taken for advantage by the vicious Big Tobacco Industries harming the youth and minors of our nation.
Meaningful Partnership among youth and adults alongside NSS, NYKS and NCC groups should be prioritized for mass-level contributions towards awareness. Capacity-building sessions sensitize individuals about their rights but also guide them to lead & share their skills for mutual growth.

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Rajiv Ranjan Kumar 4 months 3 weeks ago

Respected Sir / Madam, we, the Young Voices National Movement’ (YVNM) welcome the Draft National Youth Policy (NYP) 2021 as an important tool to ensure young people’s leadership and participation in making key decisions that impact their lives and contribute to India’s progress towards the SDG goals. We also welcome the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MOYAS) open invitation to young people and civil society organisations to give feedback on the same. We are a collaboration of 2500 young people (15-25 years) and 95 civil society organisations (CSOs) from 15 states of India that came together in 2020 during the first wave of COVID 19 as the ‘Young Voices National Movement’ (YVNM). The YVNM came together once again to disseminate the draft NYP 2021 among young people and share their appreciation, concerns and suggestions to MOYAS. Their observations and recommendations are hereby enclosed in the submission.
Kavita Ratna, Convenor - YVNM.

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Rajiv Ranjan Kumar 4 months 3 weeks ago

It is always argued that sports budget is higher than the youth budget and when we talk about sports, the maximum fund is allocated to various sports bodies than ensuring sports facilities on the grassroots. As far as youth affairs budget is concerning, it is predominantly for NSS, NYKs and NCC and Adventure sports. However, hardly 10% of the youth population benefit from these facilities. 2000 crores for 45 crores population is just Rs.45/- per youth investment. This has to increase substantially. If we do not invest, can we get adequate dividend from the demographic advantage in India? Therefore, it is important to instruct the Corporate Social Responsibilities frame work, working with youth a priority area for support

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Rajiv Ranjan Kumar 4 months 3 weeks ago

RBI PRINTING CASH MONEY Merely Taxation in Another form, Rather ROBBING CITIZEN MONEY & GOVT ROB Their Money & Its PURCHASING POWER GOVT OWN ITSELF?
INFLATION IS AN INCREASE IN THE QUANTITY OF (CASH HOLD) BLACK MONEY WITHOUT A CORRESPONDING INCREASE IN THE DEMAND FOR MONEY I. E. CASH HOLDING?
CLOSE COMPETITIVE EXAM SCAMS EXAM
ACADEMIC YEAR #EDUCATIONAL BASE EXAM PROCESS
TAX NOT PAID FOR FREE FUND SALARY? PENSION? WORK PERFORMANCE?
DONT REF TO ILLITRATE DUMP CORRUPT IAS IPS IFS IRS MLA MP
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Rajiv Kumar_299
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Rajiv Ranjan Kumar 4 months 3 weeks ago

Young people in India need to be inspired to aim higher, aspire for leadership, and invest in
self-development. The GoI will launch campaigns across the country to identify and celebrate
local heroes and their stories. These campaigns will demonstrate the possibilities and potential
paths to achieve them. For those who come from disadvantaged backgrounds held back by
cyclical barriers, success stories of role models from similar backgrounds and experiences can
help break the cycle. Youth leaders will be identified in each district, and dialogues will be held
offline and online to reach a broad cross-section of young people.

Rajiv Kumar_299
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Rajiv Ranjan Kumar 4 months 3 weeks ago

However I did not read the draft properly as I did not get time but like to point out something.. -India is increasingly seeing the growth of liberal arts universities and independent schools.
These institutions provide students with broader exposure to societal issues, nurture critical
thinking and prepare them for policy-related or management roles in the development sector.
The youth are also receiving practical experience in governance through fellowships like the
Chief Minister’s Good Governance Associates fellowship in Haryana and full-time opportunities
like the Young Professionals programme at NITI Aayog. These efforts will be expanded in
strategic partnerships with civil society and private entities.

Arumbai Farvez Basha
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Farvez Basha D 4 months 3 weeks ago

Social sustainability encompasses notions of equity, empowerment, accessibility, participation, cultural identity and institutional stability (Daly, 1992). The concept implies that people matter since development is about people (Benaim & Raftis, 2008). Basically, social sustainability connotes a system of social organization that alleviates poverty (Littig & Grießler, 2005).