Maharashtra State BoardHSC Arts 12th Board Exam
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Write short notes. The Youth Policy of the Government of India - History

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The Youth Policy of the Government of India

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India's Youth Policy

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Solution

  1. India is a country with maximum proportion of young people. Individuals in the age group of 15-29 are considered as youth.
  2. Youth, if provided with opportunities, of education and skill training, can contribute significantly in the development of India.
  3. A number of centres of Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan' were established in 1972 for training of young people in various skill.
  4. The programmes run by these centres were eventually merged in National Youth Empowerment Programme. This programme put a thrust on topics like literacy, education, health and hygiene, family welfare, preservation and conservation of environment, awareness of social issues, rural development and self-employment.
  5. 12 January the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand is celebrated as National Youth Day National Youth festival is also celebrated in the month of January. This festival is designed to provide a platform for artistic talents of young individuals.
  6. 'Youth Hostels Association of India' has established youth hostels in various part of the country which works for encouraging the adventure skills among young people.
  7. Training programmes are arranged by this association through 'Bharat Scout and Guides, National Service Scheme and National Cadet Corps'.
Concept: Youth Related Policies
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Balbharati History 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 11 India Transformed - Part 1
Exercise Q.4 | Q 1 | Page 98
SCERT Maharashtra Question Bank 12th Standard HSC History Maharashtra State Board 2022
Chapter 11 India Transformed - Part 1
Write notes | Q 4 (A) (6)
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