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  • 1. Increasing Employability Of theYouth By-Shubham Shah(Coordinator), Priya More, Keyura Mujumdar, Nikhil Mundhe, ShubhamWaykole ManthanTopic: OurVenture: Creating a Corruption free system as a solution for unemployment in India Team Details:
  • 2. India has NO shortage of work force but what we lack as a country is the shortage of opportunities and quality of the work force.  Lack of practical knowledge being imparted to students in their formative years and even in their Graduation and Post Graduation.  India is an agro-based country , but still the share of agriculture to the GDP is very small.The main reason being the lack of awareness of farmers in regard with the new techniques of farming. The youth population does not want to choose agriculture as an occupation , due to lack of opportunities and risks involved.  Entrepreneurship is not taken seriously and thus number of business ventures are reduced causing unemployment Last but not the least mindset of the Indian people, which forces them to always follow the river stream and never go against it.(one of the reasons for having less business ventures in the country at the grass root level) Main Reasons of Unemployment As a solution to this very severe problem of unemployment we have tried to make a corruption free system.
  • 3. Creation of a corruption free system/network (of professionals and volunteers) which handles the problem of unemployment.(wherein the volunteers involved also get remuneration for their work, thus providing them with alternative employment medium). This kind of system can be used for any industry, any field for that matter. Here we are explaining our model by taking in to consideration providing employment through agriculture . One of the reasons for choosing agriculture is the agro-based nature of India. 671 Districts Network Of 20130 Volunteers and Professionals Network of 30 Volunteers and Professionals in each district In the system which we want to implement we have divided India in terms of the number districts it has i.e 671. We will have a network of 20130 professionals and volunteers who will help the farmers in terms : *The money they fetch. *Technology they use. *Facilities they need. Thus the member of the system will communicate all this to the government and take care that all the issues have been taken care of. Now one more thing which they will do is to provide the farmers with labour force. They will maintain a network of unemployed people wanting to do and qualified to the required job and provide them with the same. In this system we can provide employment to 20130 members working in the system and also a large number of others through them. (The volunteers and professionals will be literate people having sound knowledge in the field. )
  • 4. We will draw volunteers comprising of knowledgeable youth which wants to make a difference and professionals comprising of Graduate students seeking an alternative or full time employment opportunity. Network of 30 in each district 10 members from NGOs working for similar cause. 10 members holding a degree in agriculture 10 members who are experienced in this field. ( The recruitment will be strictly on the basis of knowledge regarding the concerned field)
  • 5. The members of the system will be classified as follows for each district: 2 Coordinators 4 sub Coordinators 4 sub Coordinators 5 Coworkers 5 Coworkers 5 Coworkers 5 Coworkers 30 members are classified as above and their work and roles are discussed briefly in the slides that follow.
  • 6. The roles and work of the members according to their hierarchy are discussed below: Coordinators • Planning new schemes and cordial management of the entire system will be their responsibility. Sub Coordinators • Feasibility of the plan and its proper implementation . • Decision making and proper distribution of work to the co-workers. Coworkers • Implementation of project and providing labour force to the farmers wherever required. • Providing technology , guidance, best quality materials to farmers at subsidized rate. They will be recruited only after passing certain norms and conditions .
  • 7. The plan prescribed above will provide employment to masses and will lead to a self sustaining system like the one explained below.  The project includes utilization of the land which is barren and which is unowned, for providing employment to the needful and in the same process increasing agricultural productivity.  In the process whatever product I obtained will be utilized in agro-based industries nearest to the plot owned for the concerned purpose. Due to this there will again be a increase in the amount of small scale industries resulting in more productivity which leads to a good foreign exchange. Agro-based industries would further help in reducing the problem of unemployabilty. This project will be implemented in each and every district where our system is involved, the revenue obtained would be utilized to pay all the people involved in the process and some of the share will go to the government and corporates for their financial support. The leadership for this project will be in the able hands of the sub coordinators and co-workers under the leadership of the coordinators. After the implementation of the program for a few years,We are sure that it will become sustainable on its own ,which we have explained with the help of the illustration shown beside. System Farming Process Product obtained Industries and open markets Revenue generated Government This kind of system will give rise to a sustainable cycle which will help employ many.
  • 8. Overview Of The Entire Solution Presented By Us  Once the system is well established ,it will lead to the rise of more and more small scale industries causing further rise in employability rate. Apart from the initial funding done by the government ,NGO’s and interested corporates there will be nothing needed in the time to come, in no time the system will become sustainable The major reason for including 10 volunteers from NGO in every district is to keep the entire system well organized and corruption free . They will keep the entire team motivated and inspire them to work for the cause. Every district has different climatic and topographical conditions, the planning and project requirements will be assessed by the members of the system and distinguished and implemented accordingly. We will be making a website which will serve as a medium for creating awareness and connecting more and more people to the system and allied projects. The website will also help to keep a check on the working of the system and thus improve its efficiency. The numbers of the volunteers and professionals are just for reference and can be modified as per requirement of the district concerned.
  • 9. Risks Involved In Implementation  Government or the corporates might not find it viable to invest in the system we prescribed in the presentation. The farmland we require which is unowned , on which people desperately wanting a job are given employment is not available. OvercomingThe Risks Involved  Awareness campaigns to make people realize the importance of the system. This will encourage corporators and government to invest in our idea. Would again like to mention that this system can be modified as per requirement and implemented for field other than agriculture.
  • 10. References: Images from www.google.com Everything else is a product of our thinking………….