• Abhishek Das
    Youths are the back –bone of a nation. They can make or destroy a nation. Nation –integration is a concept of national – utility. Integration or unity means co-ordination in any organization. Society has three parts. They are worked jointly with each and other. These parts are children, youths,;and...
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  • National Integration
    Integration or unity means co-ordination in any organization. Society has three parts. They are worked jointly with each and other. These parts are children, youths,;and olds . Children and old person cannot build a nation because they have not any power in their blood. If students can easily...
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  • Role of Youth
    The role of youth in realising the dreams of Dr.Kalam “Dream, dream, dream, your dreams will transform into thoughts, thoughts lead to honest work, work results in action and you will succeed” has been rightly said by Dr.Abul Pakir Jainul Abideen Abdul Kalam. Dreams can be accomplished by youth as...
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  • Youth Power
    , situation and politics .The new cool formula of “let the things be “is proving fatal to India’s development .Lack of unity and spirit is the major set back . Its time The youth, the students have to realize their power , their role, their duties and their responsibility and stand up for their...
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  • Youth and Youth and Opportunity
    of "let the things be "is proving fatal to India's development .Lack of unity and spirit is the major set back . Its time The youth, the students have to realize their power , their role, their duties and their responsibility and stand up for their rights. Now its time that instead of brain drain we...
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  • The Role of youth
    morals, fear of pregnancy or disease and guilt. VI. I am interested in this article because premarital sex is really a serious moral issue for youth. Teenagers or engaged couples should’ve read this so that they would not do this immediately without thinking. I. Role of Youth in Modern India...
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  • Role of Youth in Oil Conservation
    "is proving fatal to India's development .Lack of unity and spirit is the major setback. Its time the youth, the students have to realize their power, their role, their duties and their responsibility and stand up for their rights. Now its time that instead of brain drain we should act like magnets...
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  • men build nations
    considered as a group of people living in a certain territory under one Government. “Building” here means not masonry constructed, instead the development of the nation, the future of our country. There is a great role of men in nation building. In men, youth is the most energetic type. Youth play...
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  • Importance of Remembrance Day
    Canadians fought so hard for. It is on Remembrance Day when the suffering of World War 1 had come to an end and peace was finally achieved, this is significantly important to today’s youth because we are able to live in unity from the hardships Canadian soldiers faced. First of all, Canadian soldiers...
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  • Social Justice
    ). Any effort designed to facilitate the Afrocentric socialization of our youth, especially Black boys must include a collective oriented value system of core principles such as Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work, Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, and Faith. Next I will show you...
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  • Help
    are as a person (Dass, & Gorman, 1991). Therefore, according to Dass and Gorman, “We help by appreciating the connection between service and our own progress on the journey of awakening into a fuller sense of unity,” (Dass, & Gorman, 1991, p. 227). Unity equals help, help equals unity. In...
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  • 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...
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  • essay
    The Role of the Youth in Establishing Unity in a Diversified Multicultural Society Years passed, adults have tried to control youth because they represent the future. Young people often fight back, trying to create their own world that is separate from their parents. At the end of World War II...
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  • Role of the Media
    unacceptable was being hunted. Mass media in the form of newspapers and television proved to be the right medium. The role of media in the society is not unknown and is absolutely undeniable. The youth undoubtedly forms a fundamental part of a civilization which is evinced by the fact that more...
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  • Malaysian Studies Presentation
    . SPECIAL GOVERNMENTAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT PR0GRAMMES HUMAN DEVELOPMENT THROUGH PRIME AGENDA, CORE PROGRAM AND MINISTRY OF YOUTH AND SPORTS’ NATIONAL SERVICES Ministry of National Unity Human Resource Ministry of Youth and Social Development Ministry Prime agenda to enforce youth development 1. Create...
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  • Unity and Diversity
    resulted largely in the expression of frustrations being vented by those disillusioned with the state of American society. In this case, diversity played a detrimental role in distracting American society and preventing real and substantial change from being made. The balance between unity...
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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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  • The Role of the Youth in Establishing Unity in a Diversified Multicultural Society
    The Role of the Youth in Establishing Unity in a Diversified Multicultural Society Years passed, adults have tried to control youth because they represent the future.  Young people often fight back, trying to create their own world that is separate from their parents. At the end of World War II...
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  • Oil Conservation
    onservation Role of Youth in Oil Conservation Introduction " 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...
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  • Malaysian Studies
    materialistic progress that they ignore the values of life and human capital. Thus, collapsing family institutions and toppling national unity. In a pluralistic society, it is a great challenge in the establishment of a strong bond of unity and patriotism. Youth are thought to be polite to one another...
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