• Misile Man
    excellence in space and missile technology. This book provides an inside look into the success and failures of Indian space and missile technology programs. Book gives a good presentation about the role of other eminent scientist in shaping our country’s future. This book is a must for every student...
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  • Are We Old Enough?
    is for the betterment of the today’s youth and shaping the country’s future leaders. After the person achieves the age of 25 the person has finished the student life, now earning salary, has a secure job etc, hence mature enough to be responsible for one’s actions. Drunken driving and underage...
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  • Role of Youth in Building Corruption-Free Society
    very ebullient and it had reconstructed the future of our nation through shaping the modern generation into good and efficient citizens. This education renders the youth of modern era with all the intellectual necessaties of life. And it is only left to the younger generation to come out of...
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  • Harnessing Youth in Entrepreneurship
    China and the US, 45 years in West Europe and 48 years in Japan. This is the “demographic dividend” that research analysts keep harping about — by 2020, the working age population in India is expected to grow by more than 47 million people. The power the youth can wield was recently on display...
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  • What Is Not Taught in B-Schools
    ’ comes in! This comes in and does play an important role in shaping the future managers of our country. If we study real life problems and come up with solutions firstly if those solutions are implemented it will make India a better place to live. Secondly, people in B-schools will learn that there...
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  • The Role of Students in Pakistan Movement
    . QUAID-E-AZAM AND STUDENTS Quaid-i-Azam was fully conscious of the mighty role which students played in the past and could play in the future. Addressing a deputation of students on 31 October 1947 he observed: “Pakistan is proud of its youth, particularly the students who have always been in the...
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  • Mtv Essay
    like the reality stars. This presents trends of a fake and constructed reality which is shaping our future. The consequences of globalization are noticed in today’s society with progression of companies such as MTV, and its increasing mass audience. In a fast-paced, commercially driven society which...
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  • Role of Ncc in Nation Building
    greater glories await this great nation in the future( Ramakrishna Mission, 2008). It is here, that our youth will have an all-important and distinguished role to play. Transformation of our youth would be the key to this projected image of our country. Any transformation that we seek, would inadvertently...
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  • Gender Roles in Islamic Communities in India and the United States
    from each demographic, three male and three female, to answer them. I wanted to keep the subjects from the youth of the society to hone in on how the future generation’s view of gender roles is shaping up. The participants from the United States were chosen so that they were not a) Indian and b) were...
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  • Industrial Growth in Villages-Small Essay
    strong educational role, contributing to the shaping of opinions and the development of social attitudes. Therefore, I call for the continued increase in recognition of the youth organizations, for the significance of the role they play and their value, not just for the constituencies they work with, but...
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  • Social Problems of Teenagers
    . Every year hundreds of teens die. Apart from drinking and driving, teen suicide is the fastest growing killer of youth and if left unaddressed it will affect are future generations. Why do teenagers drink alcohol? Peers play the major role in shaping attitudes about alcohol use. Prior to this time...
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  • Drug Abuse in India
    Drug abuse is use of drugs that causes physical, psychological, legal or social harm to the individual user or to others affected by the drug user’s behavior. Youth substance use and the resulting damage are recognized as significant global public health issues in society today and the loss in...
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  • Hello Guys It's Sports Day...... by Someone Else
    values in the students are necessary. The onerous responsibility of shaping the youth rests with the teachers. The teachers should stand as role models for the students. The teachers are like Gurus and are next to God. The Gurukul form of education was prevalent in earlier days. There...
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  • What India Needs Today
    Invaders, from the Mughals to the Britishers, everyone had their own story in shaping India for their dreams. As we prepare to enjoy 64th year of Independence we owe a lot to those silent souls whose tears, sweat, and blood made us today again to stand in the realms of glory. Since Independence...
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  • Uncovering Retail Marketing in India
    Uncovering retail shopping motives of Indian youth Pavleen Kaur and Raghbir Singh Pavleen Kaur is Lecturer and Raghbir Singh is Professor, both at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, India. Abstract Purpose – The retail boom in India brings tremendous opportunities for foreign as well as...
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  • Teacher Day
    Teacher, he plays a dynamic role in regard of the future of the nation. Sometimes he takes harsh step but only for betterment of the pupil. Whatsoever good and bad we learn from our Teacher during those days hangs with us until our death. Teaching someone in a sense can be challenging. On the other...
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  • Youth culture today
    youth in shaping the destiny of a nation. These masters, within their respective social and cultured back ground, very carefully sow the seeds of wisdoms in the mind of children to nourish them with their experience, and Herculean efforts. They tried to make the maturation as youths not only...
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  • Gerpott Et Al. (2001) Wrote That Since 1990s
    age-groups, researchers have attempted to carry out an exploratory study of rural youths pursuing graduation from Educational Institutions located in a nearby town- Visnagar in Gujarat State (India). Opinions of students regarding various brands of mobile handsets, mobile operators and functions of...
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  • President's Speech on the Eve of 64th Independence Day
    infinite values – let us strive to restore these as we go along the path of progress. Tomorrow’s India will be constructed by the hard work of today. I call on all citizens to contribute to making the future of the nation, stronger and brighter. Let everyone understand their role and responsibility...
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  • Itc's Ehs Policy
      which can help build the India of Tomorrow. India belongs to the youth, comprising half the country, and their vision of a Dream India can usher in a completely new future."   ITC's Classmate is a leading player in the Rs 6000 Crore market for stationery products comprising notebooks, pens...
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