"Role Of Youth In Indian Democracy" Essays and Research Papers

  • Role Of Youth In Indian Democracy

    The Role of Youth in Indian Politics Ashima Madan On the roads of Indian democracy, we have travelled for about 63 years now and shall continue the journey for years to come in the same rickety ancient grubby vehicle of ours that has driven us for so long. The list of travellers is an assemblage of young dazzling men and women. The blatant contrast between them arouses debates. It makes us ponder over the role of youth in Indian politics.  There have been certain qualities constantly...

    Democracy, Law, Political corruption 542  Words | 2  Pages

  • Indian Democracy

    Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States of America, aptly defined democracy as a government of the people, by the people and for the people. for the people. This definition clearly underlines the basic tenet that, in this- form of government, people are supreme. The ultimate power is in their hands and they exercise it in the form of electing...

    Communist state, Democracy, Government 1369  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Youth

    Role of youth in Transforming India ‘Youth is like a fire It crept forward. A Spark at first Growing into a flame The brightening into a Blaze’. Introduction: Martin Luther has said, "I have a Dream" and the dream come largely true. If he had not thought of that dream he would have accomplished nothing in his life. To climb high one has to think of climbing the Everest. One may not go higher...

    Civil disobedience, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Nonviolence 982  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Democracy

    ‘Is Indian Democracy Alive and Kicking?’ “As I would not be a slave, so I would not be a master.” This was the idea of Abraham Lincoln’s about democracy. Though very true in its basic form, does this idea hold true In the Indian context? After completing 62 years of being a ‘sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic’ and currently being in the 65th year of its independence, we can definitely call India a successful democracy for sustaining all the ups and downs in these years. The political...

    British Raj, Democracy, Freedom of speech 1882  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of the Youth in Nation Building

    Role of the Youth in Nation Building Youth power is a recognized force in the world today. The youth are filled with tremendous energy and towering ambitions. They can be utilized as a constructive and as a destructive force by any nation. During the eighties, the youth power made itself prominent in many socialist countries of Europe and in China. Tianamen Square in Beijing, China witnessed a powerful demonstration. Thousands of Chinese youth sacrificed their lives in order to bring democracy...

    Autocracy, Government, Young 1474  Words | 4  Pages

  • Youth Involvement in Indian Politics

    adversaries.Politics is exercused on a wide range of social level,from clans and tribes of traditional society,through modern local goverments,companies and institutions upto sovereign states to international level. Importance of Youth in Indian politics In 2004, 50% of the Indian population was aged 30 years or younger; however, only 35 out of 543 Lok Sabha members (0.06%) were aged under 35. Nevertheless, a World Values Survey conducted by the World bank showed that the proportion of people aged 18–24...

    India, Indian National Congress, Lok Sabha 2186  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Youth

    Role of Youth for a Positive Pakistan Arsalan Ahmed Khan SE - Metallurgy Engineering This essay has secured first position in SME Intellectual writing contest 2010 Junior Category. The destiny of a nation is vested with the youngsters. These are the people if guided correctly; they can modify the course of the world. They have the might of extensive thinking, hard struggle, innovation and advancement. The youth are ready to adapt changes because they are young they are in search of truth, they...

    History of Pakistan, Islamabad, Lahore 1503  Words | 4  Pages

  • Policy and Indian Youth Club

    YOUTH AGAINST CORRUPTION IN INDIA Indian Youth Club Organization: Against Corruption (IYCO) vows to fight against corruption in government offices across the state. As part of their anti-graft crusade, IYCO members have warned wrongdoers of bringing their misdeeds to the notice of the public. While Indian Youth Club demands for more transparency in the system and more accountability in governance and the question of eradicating corruption has become imperative to save the country and guarantee...

    Corruption, Government, India 719  Words | 3  Pages

  • role of youth

    Role Of youth for Development of Pakistan I'm not here to revise the same trend as earlier do for describing the hurdles of policy & opportunity which are facing by youth. I’m here to present something different such as the positive effort that youth has trying to do on its own behalf, and trying to fulfill 3 basic principles gave by our great leader Quaid-e-Azam such as Faith, Unity, Discipline, those are somewhere in the wilderness. Definition of Youth: As per books, Youth is an...

    Ali, Mohsin-ul-Mulk, Muhammad 1201  Words | 4  Pages

  • “Is Indian Democracy Alive and Kicking?”

    India, standing tall on the four pillars of democracy namely Legislature, Judiciary, Executive, Media and considered the largest democracy in the world is a nation of varied religions, cultures etc., a nation where every second person is said to have a different opinion about every second thing. Here, if people really want to offer anything for free that would be their opinions, views, ideas or even solutions. Yes, we are best at exercising our right to freedom of speech but is that all? Is this...

    Democracy, Elections, Government 1206  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indian Youth Survey & Perspective

    What are you hooked on? Idiosyncratic gadgets having synched into the lives of the youths have made more independent individuals who are hooked 24/7 to them, either it be on a Smart Phone or Tablet or iPod. Free apps which have flooded the markets are an easy access to anyone with a Smart Phone or a Tablet, who is even willing to BUY them for self gratification. Gone are the days when the urban teens were seen loitering in the neighbourhood or in the streets and hanging out with friends and were...

    English Channel, Youth 2075  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Youth in Oil Conservation

    of James" Youth is the joy, the little bird that has broken out of the eggs and is eagerly waiting to spread out its wings in the open sky of freedom and hope." Power of Youth Youth is the spring of Life. It is the age of discovery and dreams. India is of largest youth population in the world today. The entire world is eyeing India as a source of technical manpower. They are looking at our youth as a source of talents at low costs for their future super profits. If Indian youth make up their...

    Energy development, Fossil fuel, Hydrocarbon 995  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of Youth in Democracy

    YOUTH’S ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF DEMOCRACY Facing a world in a vertiginous transformation, the social and personal construction in East Timor is indispensable. In a process of transformation that will lead East Timor to peace and tranquility and eventually to a true democratic country, a country that really belongs to all the Timorese people, depends mostly on the participation of the Timorese people itself, especially the youths, to rebuild the country from the total devastation. Participation...

    Decision making, Decision making software, Decision theory 593  Words | 2  Pages

  • Role of Youth in Nation Building

    Role of youth in nation building I thought it would be better to discuss the role of youth in nation’s building. According to me, “Youth is that spark which needs no ignition”.Youth is that clay which can be molded in either shape one wants. In my belief, this is the sole reason for both exploitation and utilization of youth in the destruction and construction of any nation respectively. Yes, I agree that, youth is not given a proper chance to prove their potentials in countries like ours, but...

    The Nation 1085  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of youth in peace process

    “The role of the youth in the peace process” There are more young people than there are adults in many parts of the world so the youth must have an active role in peace building. It is ironic that while the number of young people is overwhelming, their contributions to a more peaceful society is mostly ignored. Young people are labeled as troublemakers and rebellious and so the enormous task of creating a harmonious society is left at the hands of adults. While it is true that there are many young...

    Decision making, Education, Next Generation 1118  Words | 2  Pages

  • role of youth in nation building

     ROLE OF THE YOUTH IN NATION BUILDING The young people may be inspired and encouraged to adopt villages or other suitable units of operation, where they may concentrate on the improvement of physical and social environment. This will lead to socio-economic progress and help to channelize the energies, enthusiasm and idealism of the youth in the task of nation-building. It is certain that the youth will make full use of the diverse opportunities offered to them. If would make the task of nation-building...

    Ageism, Energy, Nation-building 1216  Words | 3  Pages

  • Youth Role in India Development

    Mobile Youth Trends India Report 2010 The Mobile Youth Trends India Report 2010 Table of Contents Published May 2010 The Mobile Youth Trends India 2010 Report provides marketing and product managers and overview of both the quantitative and qualitative state of play with young mobile customers (aged 5-29). With both key market ownership statistics (from ARPU by age to churn rates) and behavioural patterns analyzed, we aim to help you better understand market direction and motivators. Produced...

    Local number portability, Mobile number portability, Mobile phone 1408  Words | 6  Pages

  • radicalisation of indian youth

    Radicalisation of Indian Youth India faces several threats to its national security in this increasingly globalised environment and the radicalisation of the Indian youth is the greatest threat to our security. This was the view put forward by Mr. Rajnath Singh, the Home Minister of India while speaking to a group of reporters in Tel Aviv, the capital of Israel during his visit there on 6th November 2014. This was the first visit of an Indian Home Minister to Israel, since June 2000, marking an...

    Al-Qaeda, Government, Government of India 1352  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Christian Youth

       The Role of Christian Youth in Nation Building   National Identity   The notion of nation-building presupposes that the nation itself is in need of building; or rebuilding, in some cases. The term nation-building in its original sense referred to newly-independent nations in Africa to reshape colonial territories that had been carved out by colonial powers without regard to ethnic or other boundaries. This would later include the creation of paraphernalia such as flags, national anthems,...

    Ethnic group, Human rights, Nation 1775  Words | 6  Pages

  • The role of youth in next generation leadership

    The role of Youths in Next Generation Leadership Every truly extensive society ought to assure the active involvement of youth in all national labours that their opinions are incorporated in growth politics and that youth evolve leading skills. Unfortunately in many parts of the world this category has not been able to display a significant performance in the political suit. Mainly this is due to institutional and politics liability of the nation and society. It is a result of lacking quota systems...

    21st century, Future, Leadership 952  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Power of Youth

    The Power of Youth in Creating “Corruption Free India” The essay is a study of role of youth to make country a corruption free nation. It is an effort to give concrete view point on the power of the integrated youth of nation who are future of the country and whose efforts are decisive for country’s progress. INTRODUCTION It is a no brainer that Corruption in India is at its rampant best. There is not one section of the society that is spared from it. Recent examples like CWG...

    Adolf Hitler, India, Indian National Congress 2369  Words | 7  Pages

  • Changing Role of Women in Indian Politics

    women face obstacles to their participation in politics. In 2005, the rate of female representation was only 16% globally. This figure has increased in recent years. The largest democracy in the world India elected its first woman president in its 60th year of independence. Many prominent women played a leading role in the freedom movement.The important place assigned to women in India dates back to the time of the Vedas and Smritis. During the Vedic age the position of women in society was...

    Government of India, India, Indian National Congress 1543  Words | 4  Pages

  • Urban American Indian Youth

    Urban American Indian Youth Final Paper Holistic Assessment Stephanie Calvert March 14, 2011 Abstract This study focused on how a non-targeted group minority youth might or might not benefit from a prevention intervention focused on other cultural groups. The study specifically evaluated the effects of an evidence-based drug prevention curriculum with a sample of urban American Indian youth in the southwest...

    Addiction, Culture, Drug abuse 2150  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Youth in development of Pakistan

    Role Of Youth In Development Of Pakistan. Youth: For me youth is the other name of energy. Any society in the world is highly recognized and identified by its youth. To have change is a society you ought to change in the youth. Young people are the ones who have the abilities to bring the change to better the world and to enhance the resources. “When the newspapers have got nothing else to talk about, they cut loose on the young. The young are always news if they are up to something that’s...

    American Revolutionary War, French Revolution, Liberalism 1917  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role of Youth

    "A comic subject is not susceptible of treatment in a tragic style, and similarly the banquet ofThyestes cannot be fitly described in the strains of everyday life or in those that approach the tone of comedy. Let each of these styles be kept to the role properly allotted to it."[2] Hellenistic and Latin rhetors divided style into: the grand style, the middle style and the low (or plain) style; certain types of vocabulary and diction were considered appropriate for each stylistic level. A discussion...

    Decorum, Figure of speech, Morality 2483  Words | 7  Pages

  • Role of Media in Liberal Democracies

    consider the role of media in liberal democracies of the 21st century and to analyse if the ownership of media affects this role. Media can widely be defined as any media of communication. This report will focus more on the news aspect of media rather than the entertainment side. In considering the role of media, I will examine multiple arguments of the role. The media ownership will be taken from examples in Australia, United States and Britain. This report will firstly look at the role of the media...

    Advertising, Democracy, Democratization 768  Words | 3  Pages

  • Is Shoe the Face of Indian Democracy

    Finally, after 61 years of ‘successful’ democratic form of government, every thing has boiled down to the Shoe… when an Indian slammed the India world looks up to- the largest democracy (irony intended). The shoe has definitely ignited lot of debate over the issue of the Anti-sikh riots in 1984 leading to cancellation of candidature of the candidates in question. But it has left lots of questions, unspoken and unanswered. Biggest of them is would any other way of registering anguish would have attracted...

    1984 anti-Sikh riots, Aamir Khan, Democracy 1028  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of Youth in Peace

    term “Satyagraha” to refer to a kind of active but absolutely non-violent resistance to oppression. In his words: “Truth (satya) implies love, and firmness (agraha) engenders and therefore serves as a synonym for force. I thus began to call the Indian movement Satyagraha, that is to say, the Force which is born of Truth and Love or non-violence, and gave up the use of the phrase “passive resistance”, in connection with it, so much so that even in English writing we often avoided it and used instead...

    Civil disobedience, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Nonviolence 1693  Words | 6  Pages

  • What Is the Role of the Judiciary in a Democracy

    Democracy is a system of governance, its origins dates back to Greece and ancient Athens between 421 and 322 B.C. Most Western countries changed their system of governance to a representative democracy in the 19th century, mostly influenced by liberalism. Democracy, in Greek, means “Power to the People”. In this system people vote for their president, choose from different parties. In an authoritarian state, all powers are in the hand of one person, whereas in a democratic state, different...

    Autocracy, Democracy, Government 1525  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Role of Youths in Creating a Peaceful World

    to reality. A United Nations report states that youths make up one quarter of the world’s population. This number represent a sizeable percentage of people who suffer the brunt of brutal wars, terrorism and disregarded religious and ethnic conflict all over the world. The number however, also shows a formidable group of people more than enough to take the world beyond the realm of dreams into a place of peace. The vigour and resourcefulness of youths can provide the necessary complement to the strings...

    Ageism, Dream, Human rights 833  Words | 3  Pages

  • Whither Indian Democracy Today

    Independence. The last decade of the Twentieth Century has unmasked the hypocrisy of the Indian politician. A popular Chief Minister had to spend months in jail. A former Prime Minister had to appear before the court a number of times in connection with bribing of M.Ps. Another former Minister was remanded to judicial custody while facing charges of aiding and abetting smugglers. It seems as if Indian democracy has become a breeding ground for crooks and cheats. Another disconcerting aspect of many...

    Democracy, Government, India 1343  Words | 4  Pages

  • Democracy

    Democracy Essay 1 Democracy is a means for the people to choose their leaders and to hold their leaders accountable for their policies and their conduct in office. The key role of citizens in a democracy is to participate in public life. Democracy is also a system of rule by laws, not by individuals. Democracy is not a government. It is a way of thinking and a responsibility...

    Citizenship, Democracy, French Revolution 836  Words | 3  Pages

  • Role of Media in Democracy

    Introduction Democracy means ‘A system of government in which all the people of a country can vote to elect their representatives’. Media came into existence in 1780 with the introduction of a newspaper namely ‘The Bengal Gazette’ and since then it has matured leaps and bounds. It has been playing a very important role in shaping human minds. Role of media Media plays a crucial role in shaping a healthy democracy. It is the backbone of a democracy. Media makes us aware of various social...

    Democracy, Election, Government 639  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Role of Civil Society in Democracy

    The Role of Civil Society in Democracy Keith Sanders July 20, 2013 CIV 410 Victoria Labs As one looks at the history of democracy, it is common to detect an undertone, a rush of voices clamoring for purchase in the debate regarding how the country will be governed. It is my belief that this undertone is the footprint of civil society, a segment of democratic societies that often can be difficult to identify. Much has been said about how difficult civil society is to define. However, as I read...

    Anarchism, Civil society, Deliberative democracy 2289  Words | 6  Pages

  • Changing Sex Roles in Indian Advertising

    The ad for a certain shampoo on the television portraying two of the most sensuous and physically attractive star models, (who are also an off-screen pair in real life) is an indicator of how sex roles have changed in Indian advertising. Cinematographed in monochrome with the right shades of darkness and mood lighting, the word 'hot' recurs like a double-edged metaphor in the ad, an adjective that has no direct relationship with the product being advertised. Why? This, and other contemporary ads...

    Gender, Gender role, India 2108  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Role of Youth in Politics

    history of America young people have always played a crucial role in politics. The famous writer Srirangam Srinivas wrote, “Our country is not in the hands of lazy and corrupted old politicians, this country is ours i.e. youth”. Young people between the ages 18 to 25 are the future of this country and its political system. The young people of America have a responsibility to be involved with politics and with their civic duties. The youth in America must be involved in politics to ensure that America...

    Citizenship, Law, Political corruption 1305  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Youth Prime Minister

    ways, a focus of the country’s political progressions. Playing the role of a Youth Prime Minister I would like to emphasize the attention of the jury towards some very immediate steps to curb the ailments. Prime Minister addressing the nation: With the world at a critical juncture in the lead-up to the elaboration of the post-2015 development agenda, poverty eradication, social integration and employment must play a pivotal role in Nation building. The need to strengthen the socio-capital existing...

    Governance, Millennium Development Goals, Poverty 965  Words | 3  Pages

  • role of youth in promoting communal harmony in india

    Role of Youth in promoting Communal harmony in India Posted by SujataParashar on March 7, 2013 in News · 0 Comments When my son was about six his classmate asked him about his religion. My son could not answer him as that was the first time someone had asked him that question. He did not know what his religion was. For that matter he did not know the meaning of the word. But he was curious about it and so after returning from School that day he asked me the same question: ‘what is my religion...

    Belief, Faith, India 1055  Words | 2  Pages

  • Indian Democracy is Devoid of Democratic Values

    Debate Indian Democracy is Devoid of Democratic Values By Aakriti Suri Aakriti Suri The Constitution of India was designed to keep the country together, to take it forward, to heal the wounds of the past, to make Indians of different castes and communities move forward in a shared political environment. It sought to nurture democratic institutions. But looking at the present condition of democracy in our country, the painstaking work of our Constitution makers would make them squirm in their graves...

    Democracy, Direct democracy, Elections 1153  Words | 4  Pages

  • role of bureaucracy in Indian administration

    In the modern administrative system of India, the role bureaucracy or the Civil Service is undeniable. A very common concept of bureaucracy is that, it is the ‘combination of organizational structure, procedures, protocols and set of regulations in place to manage the functions of large organizations’. It is in the system of an administration where there is a specialization of functions, stipulated qualifications for office, action according to the fixed rules and a hierarchy of authority and delegated...

    Bureaucracy, Bureaucrat, Civil service 1386  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Fashion Affecting Youth

    ROLE OF STUDENTS IN BUILDING NATION hi jd . students are building stones of a nation bcoz their curiosity to learn and their excitement to do something new for a country work wonders, and they are really very energetic. and they have a thirst for knowledge which can help develop a countryt like india .who knows that maybe a student will make india a super power in 1-2 years. so thats it . bye fashion affecting youth Fashion has now become unseparate part of youth. Fashion effects to our lives...

    Aerosmith, Fashion, Hairstyle 652  Words | 3  Pages

  • Women Role in Indian Cinema

      | Women     Significant Women Roles in Indian CinemaInnovative women roles in Indian films, especially mainstream cinema, are few and far between. Some creative directors, working within the mainstream format, however have given us some meaty characters. Several women-significant films were made in the early days of Indian cinema like "Achchyut Kanya," which touched the theme of untouchability. Bimal Roy made a few films inspired by the novels of Sarat Chatterjee like "Biraj Bou", "Devdas" and...

    Aparna Sen, Bengali cinema, Bollywood 1575  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Role Of Youth In National Building And Progress

    The Role of Youth in National Building and Progress “Youth is the spirit of adventure and awakening. It is a time of physical emerging when the body attains the vigor and good health that may ignore the caution of temperance. Youth is a period of timelessness when the horizons of age seem too distant to be noticed.” Ezra Taft Benson ‘Youth’ defines the group of individual...

    Developed country, Developing country, Muhammad Iqbal 2326  Words | 6  Pages

  • Future of Democracy in Pakistan

    Pakistan was the result of a political and democratic struggle but democracy could not flourish during 62 years of its existence. The founder of Pakistan was a great democratic statesman who envisioned a democratic and progressive Pakistan. Unfortunately his illness couldn’t let him to contribute much for democracy. His death was a fine blow to the political stability of Pakistan. Liaquat Ali Khan, a devoted prime-minister elected from Eastern Pakistan was unacceptable to the ruling elite of West...

    Democracy, Direct democracy, Elections 1657  Words | 6  Pages

  • Youth Migration and Its Effects on Indian Economy

    YOUTH MIGRATION AND ITS IMPACT ON INDIAN ECONOMY ‘INDIA , IS A SLEEPING GIANT.ONE DAY IT WILL WAKE UP AND ATTAIN WORLD GLORY’ These were the words said by SWAMI VEVEKANAND and indeed today the INDIAN ECONOMY is on the brink of an uproar. India is today one of the six fastest growing economies of the world. The country is ranked fourth in terms of Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) in 2010. The business and regulatory environment is evolving and moving towards constant -improvement. A highly talented...

    Developing country, Economics, Economy 1617  Words | 4  Pages

  • Spending Habits of the Indian Youth on Entertainment

    SPENDING HABITS OF THE YOUTH ON ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY OF JAIPUR Youth is the backbone of our country. They form the robust part of our Indian economy. The term youth is considered to be the period of maximum i.e, maximum energy and maximum potency. They are also considered as nation builders. It is very important to understand them in terms of their needs, desires, aspirations, activities etc. In this time, Youth has become more confident, independent and is willing to be as powerful and...

    Jaipur, Marketing 1807  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Youth and Millennium Development Goals : Challenges and Opportunities

    "Role of Youth and Millennium Development Goals : Challenges and Opportunities" Introduction Millennium Development Goals are eight international development goals that all 192 United Nations member states and at least 23 international or organizations These eight time-bound goals provide concrete, numerical benchmarks for tackling extreme poverty in its many dimensions. They include goals and targets on income poverty, hunger, maternal and child mortality, disease, inadequate shelter,...

    Child mortality, Development, International development 832  Words | 4  Pages

  • Power Sharing in Indian Democracy

    influence of Persia. It reached its zenith with the symbol of Mughal romance-the Taj Mahal. Its architectural perfection gave it a place as one of the Seven Wonders of the World Today; Taj Mahal has become synonymous with ‘India’. Be it be Ancient Indian beauty in the form of caves of Ajanta-Ellora, Sun Temple at Konark, Khajuraho Temples or the Dravadian style stone-carved temples of Hoysalewara and Ranganathaswamy or the Medieval glory of Qutab Minar, Red Fort, Fatehpur Sikri and other forts and...

    Himalayas, India, Indian subcontinent 1377  Words | 4  Pages

  • Role of Police in Democracy

    Role of the Police in Democratic Society (Broader than mere “function”) Police as the guarantor in Protecting Human Rights of Citizens—Civil and Political The 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a resolution of the United Nations General Assembly. The right to life, liberty and security of person Introduction The role of the police all over the world has been traditionally seen within the basic context of: the Prevention and detection of crime, Protection of life and property...

    Crime, Human rights, Law 1288  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Role of the Media in Democracy

    that the people feel that their vote doesn't always count. In this paper I plan to expand on these questions and the justifications behind asking them, and I plan to follow up with a specific example in which the media played a highly significant role in the choice of high government officials. How much does your vote really count? Does your choice really matter? According to the framers, your choice does matter. They say that one man equals one vote. Congress also seems to believe that the...

    Democracy, Election, Larry Flynt 1518  Words | 4  Pages

  • Democracy

    Etymologically, democracy comes from two Greek words, demos and cratein. Demos means society while cratein means authority. There are many terminological definitions of democracy, one of it is definition is by Henry B. Mayo stating that democracy is a political system showing the public policy determined by representatives audited effectively by the society by having periodic elections based on principles of political similarities in a situation where there is freedom to choose. This means that...

    Communist state, Democracy, Elections 1451  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Youth in Nation Building

    Role of students in nation building A Country means not the soil, but its people. A nation should be developed by its people. People should work hard to strengthen it. As said by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam "Nation development depends on what its people think". Previously, we have known that people can make their nation great with their thinking, dreaming, achieving. In a country like India, which now has a population of more than 100 crore, those in the 15 to 30 age-group are its youth who constitute...

    A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, Citizenship, Economic development 806  Words | 3  Pages

  • Democracy - Essay

    to the people” * John Lennon Introduction Democracy, it is generally believed, had its roots in Ancient Athens. We know it spread its stems to most of Europe and later to parts of Asia by mid 19th century , mostly in the form of parliamentary democracy. But in the context of this paper,we are not interested in the histrocity of the idea or concept of democracy, but in the idea itself. That is to say we want to analyze the meaning of democracy and its different forms, study its efficiency (so...

    Communist state, Democracy, Form of government 1562  Words | 4  Pages

  • Concept and Role of Civil Society in Democracy

    Concept and Role of Civil Society in Democracy The concept of civil society was introduced in Rome by Cicero. In the classical Greek time the state and civil society were al-most in equal status. Civil Societies' meaning and role has been different in different historical phases of political discourse. In the period of mid eighteenth century as a consequence of renaissance, humanism and scientific revolution, legitimacy of absolutism was questioned. That started seeking about the sources of...

    Civil society, Democracy, John Locke 883  Words | 3  Pages

  • Democracy

    the world are democracies. Knowing what is a democracy is really important, especially for those who live in a democracy. It allows you to understand what is the rule that the government plays in the society and know what are your rights and duties under a democratic administration. This essay will seek to define Democracy, the meaning of the word, the system and the history, and describe two of the most famous democracies: Direct democracy and Representative democracy. Democracy is a form of...

    Deliberative democracy, Democracy, Direct democracy 1617  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role & Responsibilities of Youth for Promoting the Culture of Peace in the World

    Role & Responsibilities of Youth for Promoting the Culture of Peace in the World - James Ramdinmawia Aizawl, Mizoram, India "I am standing for Peace and Non-violence. Why the world is fighting fighting Why the people of the world Are not following Mahatma Gandhi" -Nissim Ezekiel Introduction: No doubt, the world is a vast battle-field where almost every nation fights each other. Every nation has its own military equipments. What are these for? They are only for fighting other...

    Government of India, Human rights, India 1519  Words | 5  Pages

  • Democracy

    What is Democracy? 1.government by the people; a form of government in which thesupreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly bythem or by their elected agents under a free electoral system. 2.a state having such a form of government. 3.a state of society characterized by formal equality of rights andprivileges. 4.political or social equality; democratic spirit. 5.the common people of a community as distinguished from anyprivileged class; the common people with respect to theirpolitical power...

    Autocracy, Communist state, Democracy 1936  Words | 7  Pages

  • Democracy

    In a democracy the poor will have more power than the rich, because ther are more of them, and will of the majority is supreme” Aristotle Democracy is a system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives. Abraham Lincoln described democracy as: “The government of the people, by the people and for the people”. It means that in democratic form of government common man plays the pivotal role. The aristocracy, the land lords...

    Ancient Greece, Autocracy, Democracy 880  Words | 3  Pages

  • History Indian Democracy and British Raj

    India’s struggle for independence by Bipan Citandra Indian National Congress Founded * Founded in December 1885 by 72 political workers. * First organised expression of Indian nationalism on an all-India scale A powerful and long lasting myth ‘the safety valve’ had arisen around this question. The myth is that The Indian National Congress: * Started by A.O.Hume and other under the official direction, guidance and advice of no less a person that Lord Dufferin, the Viceroy * Was...

    British Empire, British Raj, India 794  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unrest Youth of India

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