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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Farvez Basha D 6 months 2 weeks ago

for example, are ignored while increasing demand for goods and services continues to drive markets and infringe destructive effects of the environment (UNSD, 2018c). Economic sustainability, therefore, requires that decisions are made in the most equitable and fiscally sound way possible, while considering the other aspects of sustainability (Zhai & Chang, 2019)

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Farvez Basha D 6 months 2 weeks ago

Allen and Clouth (2012) echo that human life on earth is supported and maintained by utilising the limited natural resources found on the earth. Dernbach (2003) had earlier argued that, due to population growth, human needs like food, clothing, housing increase, but the means and resources available in the world cannot be increased to meet the requirements forever. Furthermore, Retchless and Brewer (2016) argue that, as the main concern seems to be on economic growth, important cost components like the impact of depletion and pollution,

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Farvez Basha D 6 months 2 weeks ago

Economies consist of markets where transactions occur. According to Dernbach, (1993), there are guiding frameworks by which transactions are evaluated and decisions about economic activities are made. Three main activities that are carried out in an economy are production, distribution and consumption but the accounting framework used to guide and evaluate the economy with regard to these activities grossly distorts values and this does not augur well for society and the environment (Cao, 2017).

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Farvez Basha D 6 months 2 weeks ago

However, it has been realised that natural resources are not infinite; besides not all of them can be replenished or are renewable. The growing scale of the economic system has overstretched the natural resource base, prompting a rethink of the traditional economic postulations (Basiago, 1996, 1999; Du & Kang, 2016). This has prompted many academicians to question the feasibility of uncontrolled growth and consumption.

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HGXXXXXXBC 6 months 2 weeks ago

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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HGXXXXXXBC 6 months 2 weeks ago

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 suppor

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Suresh Mansaram More 6 months 2 weeks ago

नमस्कार मोदीजी प्रणाम,
आज बेरोजगारी बढ़ने का कारण यह है कि कांग्रेस सरकार ने गलत शिक्षा प्रणाली प्रदान की है। बहुत से युवाओं को तकनीकी ज्ञान नहीं मिला है। वे व्यवसाय करने के लिए कड़ी मेहनत करने को तैयार नहीं हैं। वे खर्च कम करने को तैयार नहीं हैं।
उन्होंने कांग्रेस सरकार के दौरान डिग्री हासिल कर ली और अपने कार्यकाल के दौरान बेरोजगार का जत्था तयार हो गया है। युवा शक्ति देश की प्रगति के लिए उपयोगी नहीं हो रही है।
युवा बेचैन, उदास और रोते हुए दिखाई देते हैं। वे नशे की ओर भाग रहे हैं।

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TheConcernedforWorkingChildren 6 months 2 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.