We as YOUTHS of Our Country

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By Sonal Rajput, Class 11, Advaita Gurukul, Silvassa

We as youths of our country It is a well-known fact that youth of any country is a great asset. They indeed the future of our country and represent it at every level. The role of youths in nation building is more important than you might thing. In other words, the intelligence and work of youth will take the country in the pathway of success. As every citizen is equally responsible, the youth is too. They are the building blocks of the country. Role of youth The youth is important because they will be our future. Today they might be our partner but tomorrow they will go on to become our leaders. The youths are very energetic and enthusiastic. They have the ability to learn and adapt to the environment. Similarly, they are willing to learn and act on it as well to achieve their goals. Our youth can bring social reform and improvement in society.

We cannot make do without the youth of country. Furthermore the nation requires their participation to achieve the goals and help in taking the country towards progress. Likewise, we see how the development of any country requires active participation from the youth. It does not matter which field we want to progress in, whether it is the technical field or sports field, youth is needed. "We the people of the India having solemnly resolved to constitute India...” words so powerful that if only we understand its intended meaning, it would pave the way for the empowerment of each one of us. Freedom we attained 68 years ago but empowerment will continue to elude us unless we make an honest effort to understand the ideals and spirit of our freedom movement that culminated in the production of finest non-religious, yet sacred book: The Constitution of India. Our constitution not only spells out the duties of various organs of the State and basic citizens, but also charges the citizens, but also charges the citizens with certain duties. The failure on our part would be a moral and spiritual setback. As a citizen and youth we can follow all the rules and regulations obediently and if we find that something wrong than we can even stand for it and make a change happen.


Sonal Rajput Advaita Gurukul