Role of youth in Modern India

The gentle push, the angry voice, the change makers, the burden bearers, all these adjectives fit the context perfectly when we talk about the youth. The young people have taken the modern India by storm. They want to be everything for the nation, the one that criticizes it the most and then gets up to shape it better. They fight for their own rights and everybody else’s, they support the right and protest against the wrong. They figure out the good and the bad and choose their role accordingly.

The youth is full of ideas, they have the finger on the pulse, so they are best suited for the nation and the economy to grow. When young people come together, they counter each other, they face challenges, they bring strong opinions to the table and they are invincible. The new entrepreneurs of our country are sure to bring success and a change in the working system of the country. The offices are becoming friendly and casual rather than dull and boring, people have started loving their jobs and are passionate about them, which is why the performance is also better.

The youth is said to have hot blood and when it gets stirred up, they can fight any force whether it be corruption, terrorism or the aliens. The youth wants the country to be happy and prosperous, the fight against terrorism is still in the beginning stage but soon it will overpower everything else. An Indian is sick of being the victim all the time, the youth is now here to prove that the any individual can become aggressive if poked for too long.

Politics is one of the lesser touched fields by the youth but hopefully soon, the world will see leaders who have the power and the brains. The nation will have pragmatic as well as educated politicians who focus on getting rid of the problems rather than minting money. Youth has been seen to take over things which require correction and change and we all know that the political system figures the first position in that list. The political system will be transformed once the youth gets into it, because to change the system, you have to become a part of it first.

Youth is the only part of the population which is open to experimentation, it has brought forth so many new career options which were seen only in dreams till sometime ago. They are entertainers and comedians who talk about things which instantly become a stimulus, they are players who bring pride and fame to the country, they act, they sing and make things bling. They are the social media wizards who use every platform lucratively. They are everywhere, every corner of the world, their reach is phenomenal. Indian Youth make sure they are heard or seen and they make the best of it. They are pure magic.

Youth is the new definition of the changing times, it is a perfect example of ‘it doesn’t get any better than this’. Today’s youth is full of spark, it burns everything it touches. They are not obstinate, they make mistakes and learn from them. They have the courage which is inexplicable, they are dynamic, they have written their fate themselves. They have the key to the lock and they are the only ones who can set the caged bird free.

“Give the youth a proper environment. Motivate them. Extend them the support they need. Each one of them has infinite source of energy. They will deliver.”
– Dhirubhai Ambani

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  1. The role of the youth in modern India is quite defined and well described. We are the youngest nation in the world and have the resources considering the geography of the country. In this situation, our younger generation needs to take it positively and take responsibility in nation building. The utilisation of their ideas, energy and young blood must be put to explore the better possibilities for the country rather than going for drugs and nil productivity.

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