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Inspired by Lokmanya Tilak
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Positive Yuva + Positive & Smart Actions + Positive Journalism = Positive Results
l We firmly believe that India is a better country to live than we think, we just need to optimize it. l We youngsters must come forward with Positive Mindset and take responsibilities to make India a great nation. l Our Mission is to train, motivate and guide Yuva (Young) Indians to take positive actions in order to build a strong nation. l We will set examples for youngsters.
This is our first print edition and before we start let us make it very clear that we are not full time Journalists, we are just “Common People” leading a common life.We also struggle for sustenance for our families and yes, we do face similar problems & challenges like you do. We are one of you. At the same time we are extremely worried about things happening around us and deeply feel the need to take firm actions and now we are on a Mission with targets. In School, we have learnt about thinkers & freedom fighters from all over the world. There is a reason why they teach us history in school and if we don’t implement those learning to improve our
future, then our education is a waste. Our mission is to fight the biggest enemy of our country “Our Overall Negative Mind Set" usually caused by a series of incidents. We believe that we the common people are more responsible for today’s conditions than few corrupt Politicians and Government Officers. We need to remember that these Politicians and Government Officers have emerged from us . Most of us keep complaining about the system and are waiting for someone to fix it instead of taking positive actions and carry out our national duties. We need to work on our core foundation and mind set. At Yuva Mission India, our
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efforts are focused towards motivating Yuva Indians to take positive & smart actions to ensure positive results. We are going to set positive examples, so people start to believe in the power of POSITIVE THINKING and start taking necessary actions. We do not intend to ask others to do things that we ourselves do not practice in life. We will always remember John F. Kennedy’s famous message, “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” We understand that this will not be an easy task but, where is the fun in doing simple tasks! Unless the job is challenging, we wouldn't enjoy it to
gain satisfaction. We have started our own periodical to share our thoughts & have dedicated the first print to legend of Journalism Lokmanya Tilak. We are going to work on challenges and we will all try to resolve it together. Please do share your ideas, suggestions and practical solutions to improve the unemployment situation. We will regularly update our paper on the internet. Please do visit the following links www.yuvaindiamission.in & facebook.com/YuvaIndiaMission
Join " Yuva India Mission " & Be a Positive Yuva Journalist Sanjay Chaudhari ( Co-Founder & Chief Editor ) – 810 800 6565 , Kamlesh Sawal ( Co-Founder & Sub Editor ) -91- 720 805 7774
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Lokmanya Tilak : Ideal Journalism
His famous quote, "Swaraj is my birthright, and I shall have it!" Tilak started the Marathi weekly, Kesari in 1880 with Gopal Ganesh Agarkar as the first editor. Kesari later became a daily and continues publication to this day.
Political career Tilak joined the Indian National Congress in 1890. He opposed its moderate attitude, especially to-wards the fight for self-government. He was one of the mosteminent radicals at the time.
Achievements :• The Kesari is still
published as a daily newspaper in Marathi.
Fundamental Duties of Indian Citizen
Following are fundamental duties of every citizen of India:
1. To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideas and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem;
and spirit of common brotherhood among all the people of India, transcending religious, linguistic, regional or sectional diversities, to renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women;
2. To cherish and follow 6. To value and preserve the noble ideals which the rich heritage of our inspired our national composite culture; struggle for freedom; 7. To protect and improve 3.To uphold and protect the natural environment the sovereignty, unity including forests, lakes, and integrity of India; river, and wildlife and to have compassion for 4.To defend the country living creatures; and render national service when called upon to 8. To develop the scientifdo so; ic temper, humanism and spirit of inquiry and 5. To promote harmony reform;
9. To safeguard public property and to abjure violence;
10. To strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activities so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavor and achievement; 11. To provide opportunities for education to his child or, as the case may be, ward between age of 6 and 14 years. Reference www.nios.ac.in www.ias.org.in
• The Deccan Education Society that Tilak founded with others in the 1880s still runs as the much respected Institutions in Pune like the Fergusson College. • The Public Ganesh festival (Ganeshotsav) has become a cenral part of the culture of Marathi Hindu communities throughout the world. Increasingly, other Hindu communities are also adopting the practice. • Because of Tilak's efforts, Shivaji, the founder of Maratha Empire is the only figure from that era revered by contem porary Marathi masses and Hindu nationalist parties like the Shivsena.
• The Swadeshi movement started by Tilak at the beginning of the 20th century became part of the Independence movement until that goal was achieved in 1947.
What did We Learn ? 1) One man is enough to create an impact. 2) Now it is much easier for us to optimize our nation than 100 years before.
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Challenges,Our Strengths & Approach
We will work on challenges and find solutions keeping our strengths and available resources in mind. Challenges :
1) Overall negative mind set in the country about our future, many youngsters wants to settle in abroad for a better future. Lack of Aggressive & Positive Marketing Strategy about India. 2) The Fourth Industrial Revolution is near. It will be led by water, environmental technologies, genomics, nano-technology, robotics and space technology. India missed the first three industrial revolutions. India has good prospect of taking a lead role in the fourth industrial revolution. Will have to develop infrastructure to support the growth. 3) In 2001 India’s population of 1000 million was divided between 170 millions in the market and 830 millions in the periphery. In 2011 the numbers will be 320 millions in the market and 880 millions in the periphery out of the total population of 1200 million. 4) A small hope is denied. Out of 630,000 villages in India, almost 500,000 villages do not have high schools. Children in these villages are deprived of the opportunity of completing their education. Besides, the national drop-out ratio is 70% even though the primary school enrolment ratio in most states is above 90%. Those kids want is a small hope for their life – to obtain education and find employment. 5) The world is moving beyond success, sectarianism and sovereignty. The most progressive parts of the world, such as Europe, Japan, increasingly sections of population in Turkey, China, the United States, Singapore and several other countries are throwing away age old concepts of success, sectarianism and sovereignty. In many such societies life is measured by ‘right or wrong’ rather than ‘success or failure’. 6) 50% of the country’s children without nutrition, thousands of farmers who commit suicide 7) About 47% Graduates are unemployable for any job in India. 8) We need to channelize Youth Anger in constructive and positive way. 9) India’s GDP growth is on a slower rate than it’s potential
Our Strengths : 1) Over 50% Population belongs to Youth Category 2) We have around 60% Land available for Agriculture to feed our population, most of the countries are not lucky like us. 3) Our Democracy ,Constitution, Basic Available Infrastructure are our strengths 4) India is blessed with Natural resources, forests, minerals, beautiful sea coasts 5) We have Educated,Smart, Intelligent, hardworking and dedicated professionals 6) Our 120+ Cr plus population is our strength, we are a big potential market and an emerging global economy 7) India emerging as a Medical Tourism Destination 8) India has a potential to become a Global Education hub 9) Indian Women are the backbone of India’s Economy, Her commitment to marriage & family Institution make Indian culture one of the greatest culture of the world. 10) Indian Defence & Army
Our Approach :
1) Develop Positive Mind Sets by executing Aggressive & Positive Marketing / Journalism Strategy to motivate Youngsters and give them better hopes. 2) Meet max Positive People and connect them to increase the impact of their work. 3) Initiate process to take advantage of 4th Industrial Revolution. 4) Arrange lectures, seminar and Group Discussions in max colleges across India and Guide Youngsters. 5) Promote Agriculture Business Benefits in Corporate World. 6) Motivate, Appreciate and Support Government Organization, Officers to improve performance.
1) “Eka Dishecha Shodh” book by Mr Sundeep Waslekar Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, Oxford University Mr Sundeep Waslekar is President of Strategic Foresight Group, a think-tank based in India that advises governments and institutions around the world on managing future challenges. He has presented new policy concepts at committees of the Indian Parliament, the European Parliament, UK Houses of Commons and Lords, United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, League of Arab States, World Economic Forum (Davos meetings), among others. He has travelled to 50 countries for consultations with senior leaders. 2)http://www.strategicforesight.com/inner-team.php?id=17#. UgSHE6w1hVM 3)http://www.indiapossible.in/index.php?option=com_ content&view=article&id=46:eka-dishecha-shodhhighlights&catid=1:latest-news 4) The Economic Times
YUVA VOICE This is a platform for Youngsters. We must listen & answer them. We will have to utilize our Yuva energy more efficiently for India's Development.
VOICE 1 – Is India really an Independent Nation ? By Karishma Wadhe ( Law Student )
15th August 1947, The Day when Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India took the charge from the British Government. The Sacrifice of lives of lacks of Indians resulted in India’s independence and we proudly say that. Our Country is an independent nation. But once a while it must had come to every Indian’s mind that is India really an independent nation ? When India got independence our nation was suffering from problems like poverty, illiteracy, unemployment , malnutrition, community issues etc but even today after 66years of independence we are fighting against almost same problems and many more. Independence doesn’t just mean walking freely in our country. When our freedom fighters fought against the British Government for more than 100 yrs to gain independence, they had some goals for India that the Indian Youth would be well educated to solve the problems of our nation and make India developed nation. The situation in India before & after Independence is almost same, before we were ruled by British and now we are ruled by few politicians and rich Indians. According to Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru, Bose, Babasaheb Ambedkar the meaning of the Independent India was equality, unity and development. But today the problems like corruption, scams, increase in crime rate, female infanticide etc are becoming hindrance in day to day life of an Indian. In 1952, after 5 years of India’s independence Japan got it’s independence, still Japan has managed to become developed nation and we are still a developing nation. After graduation our intelligent and scholar doctors, engineers, lawyers etc go abroad for further studies and settle their earning a big fat salary package, then once in a while those NRIs (Non Returning Indians ) come to visit their relative and point towards India saying, “ This condition of India will never change.” To such NRIs I would like to ask, “ What are you doing toimprove the condition ? “ Today when we are stepping our foot in the 67th year of Independence, it’s time for the Youngsters to see a dream of making India not just a developed nation but a Superpower, it’s time for us to stop youngsters being greedy for the lavish big fat salary pack abroad and we should use our knowledge to solve the difficulties of India. Only then India would become independent in true sense !
VOICE 2 – Ashish Kalkar ( Architect )
1. Improve entrepreneurship - we should focus on nurturing young and dynamic talents and make them 'global leaders' rather than limiting their dreams to just going abroad and use their skills to improve outside companies. It needs tapping the right talent from grassroot level. 2. Clean our system to make it work fast and efficiently with transparancy - all approvals/licenses/special permissions etc. Should be channelized through one window system, strictly online, available to all on websites and the process should be time bound. 3. Prepare a model of country's development that is strictly talent/skill/capability based. Remove columns of caste/religion/ethnicity etc. From all systems and remove quota system. To reach minority groups, prepare talent and knowledge exchange programs which are inclusiveness focused.
Gaurav S (B.E.) 1)Everyone must VOTE. 2)We should have entrance test in politics ...which tests the ability of the candidate on his knowledge of Indian constitution..not very complex but enough to filter out all the hopeless candidates
Trupti (MBA) 1. We should really know the candidates credentials n their agenda. 2. Youngsters should know about governments functioning.
VOICE 5 Sukumar (PGDM Student )
Presently most of the youths, want to eradicate corruption and clear our present administrative system(Government). In order to do so the youths should be capable enough to be in the system for the eradication of corruption and transparency in the administrative services provided by the government to the citizens. The youth should be more encouraged to help government in implementing government projects (Business process re-engineering) to set up a high standard of services towards he citizen. The best way to do so is to participate in e-governance project. As most of the e-governance project fails due to improper handling and limited resources..
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Plan Of Action for next 3 years Phase 1 ( 24 Months ) – Build a strong foundation for the movement • Set positive examples by executing projects & motivate min 25,000 youngsters to take positive & smart actions using POSITIVE JOURNALISM • Execute Job related training with NSS & other organizations to improve the Employability percentage which is now very low @ about 47% • Execute Education & Environment related projects in Rural areas • Attract max youth towards Agriculture business • Appreciate , Motivate & Support those Government Officers who are doing good jobs • Networking & Build a team of min 1000 Positive Yuva Indians • Do SWOT Analysis of India • In depth study of reasons behind the current issues like inflation, corruption, low employability rate, GDP Growth etc & motivate people to take actions. • Spread awareness of the movement using Social & News Media Phase 2 ( 12 Months ) - Multiply the impact • Connect with max organizations to execute various projects utilizing available resources • Train & Motivate 50,000 youngsters to take positive actions • Start giving inputs on various national policies specially on Youth Development & Education • Start taking active part in Politics ( Strategy, Policies etc) to make an impact on the system
* We also executed other activities like Water Distribution in Shahapur in May’13 Month, Blood Testing Camp & Free Legal Advice community service to needy people. Cont from page - 8
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Projects Initiated by Yuva India Mission and Journalist & Social Workers Welfare Association Our main focus is on ground activities to set examples which will motivate many youngsters to come forward and contribute in positive actions. We have selected 4 areas to start with, 1) Education - Will provide education support to min 1000 under privileged students in rural & tribal area 2) Employment – Will provide job related training to min 5000 unemployed youth 3) Environment – Will try to attract youth towards Tree Planting & Agriculture 4) Appreciate, Motivate & Support Government Officers & politicians to improve overall situation
* Education :-
We are attempting to teach English using non traditional methods like games, showing videos and exposing students to various conversation activities to build the confidence in student. We want to thank Eklavya Parivartan vidyalaya ( Vasai east ) for supporting us in this task. Our target is to create a 100 hours English Speaking Module for students in Tribal & Rural Areas.
* Employment Training :-
About 47% Graduates are unemployable for any job, so to improve this situation we have started providing job related training to Youngsters. We have taken a workshop in Shahapur & we participated in Vivekanand Seva Mandal’s Career Guru Fest’13 in Dombivili
* Environment :-
Started with Tree Planting and Corporate Farming on Experiment Basis to attract max youngsters towards farming.
Join & Support Us @ Journalist & Social Workers Welfare Association ( JASWWA ) Kindly donate Man hours, Educational Material to help us to continue our mission Contact – Mr Kamlesh Sawal ( Project Director & Chief Trainer ) +91- 7208057774 / email@example.com
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