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 Youth, "the Magnificent Power Of A Nation" 

Date of Publish - Monday, 8th January 2018

Youth –The Magnificent Power of A Nation

The strength and power of any nation is its youth. The future of any country depends on the hands of its posterity. So the better country in the sense the better posterity. To strengthen our country first we have to strengthen our youth.
The youth of any country is the nation’s wealth and its potential energy. The youth are the knowledge transformers. The youth is the pride to the country. The youth brings laurels to our country.

As India is a vast country which possesses more than 60% of its population is youth all the country need is to harness powerful strength on the right path to reach the highest heights. All our leaders have put their initiatives to drive this powerful energy in right constructive channel which has to lead to the development and progress of the country.

The potential of the posterity is coupled with zeal, enthusiasm, their energy and versatility which can help to develop the country and work wonders to transform India by 2022. All we need today is to educate, engage and empower our youth.

The power of India is in the young brains who are working astonishingly well to compete with the other countries in the world.We are all aware that Indian young brains entered in all fields where entrepreneurial minds are creating a platform to improve the economic growth.

The most important tool added to the development is technology. This latest technology has entered all the industrial sectors, agricultural sectors and also in educational sectors too. Though this latest technology is very easy for all the interested youth to access, understand, deploy and to use.

As our country is vast and lack of sufficient resources, the government has not paid the attention to certain categories like education which are the major resources to transform and reform our education system which is woefully inadequate.
It is very clear that no country can make a substantial progress without a strong and powerful youth.


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