Unformatted text preview: arch stresses that the outcomes will be achieved more quickly
as the youth grasps the need for change, realize the importance of their actions, understand
the benefits and then convert this knowledge into new behavioural patterns.
The research completely supports the fact that maximum of the population in India do not
have education facilities and out of most of the ones who even get it lack the adequate skills
and knowledge. But the present study has gone beyond the normal hullabaloo about literacy
rates and lack in education system to the root cause of the problem. The main causes of our
uneven and highly unequal educational system are nothing but political and social neglect.
And these two issues would be addressed only when every individual takes more responsible
actions, be it a person in government or a school teacher.
It encourages setting up a R&D unit in education sector to impart social values & create a
better ecosystem for students. The research proposes to make this happen by crafting special
programs and metamorphosing the existing ones. This research elucidates how educational
institutions can revive their curriculum and discover the new exciting ways of engaging and
educating the youth to meet prevailing challenges so that it becomes common practice with
enjoyable experiences. The point to be considered while going through the research is that the
sustainable growth we emphasize involves all the aspects of growth, be it economic, social or Page 3 political. Introduction
India, one of the fastest growing economies in the world, has a population of approximately
1.1 billion out of which 672 million people are in the age- group 15 to 59 years, which is
usually treated as the “working age population”. As per a report by Ministry of Human
Resource Development, it is predicted that India will see a sharp decline in the dependency
ratio over the next 30 years, which will constitute a major ‘demographic dividend’ for India.
In the year 2001, 11% of population of the country was in age group of 18-24 years which is
expected to rise to 12% by the end of XI Five Year...
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