Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan

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INTRODUCTION • The requisite fee alongwith the application/request could be paid by way of cash against proper receipt or by demand draft Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) is an autonomous organization of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports with its offices in 500 districts of India. NYKS is the largest grass-root level apolitical organization in the world, catering to the needs of more than 8 million non-student rural youth in the age group of 13-35 years enrolled through 2.5 lakh village based youth organizations called Youth Clubs in the areas covering education and training, awareness generation, skill development and self-employment, enterprise creation, thrift and cooperation, besides development of the body through sports and adventure and mind through sustained exposure to new ideas and development strategies. For organization of these activities, supervision, monitoring and evaluation, there are 47 Regional Offices and 18 Zonal Offices. In addition, programmes with active involvement and participation of rural youth in the areas such as Health, Family Welfare, HIV-AIDS, Drug Abuse, Poverty Alleviation, Child Labour, Environment, Enrichment, Literacy, Women Empowerment, Eradication of Social Evils and other issues of Local, National and International importance are being undertaken in the villages with emphasis on value, vision and voluntary action.

The basic idea behind the above strategy is to bring forth the rural youth into the mainstream of national development as active participants, responsible and productive citizens of modern and technological India, since the young people are not only a major human resource for development but also key agents for social change, economic development and technological innovation. Their imaginations, ideals, considerable energy and vision are essential in the continuing development of the society in which they live. The problems that young people face as well as their vision and

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