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  • POLITICSANDYOUTH
    Prepared By:- Nigam Patel
    Class :-IInd Sem(2010-11)
    Roll No :-10CL041
    SIEM
  • Outline
    • What is Politics?...
    • Reasons -the youth are not interested in the political field……
    • Role of Youth In Politics…
    • Most secrets Of Politics…
    • Let’s Participates in Politics…
    • Questions…
  • What is Politics?...
    Politics is the activities and affairs involved in managing a government.
    In politics, a mandate is the authority granted by a constituency to act as its representative
    Politicians can also be criticized for becoming "career politicians".
    A politician who makes politics the source of their income.
  • Reasons -the youth are not interested in the political field
    • .First reasons:
    They are not understanding :
    “what they are doing ?”
    and
    “How the country is being governed?”
    • The youth of modern India are aware of the problems facing our country and the world at large.
    • Given a chance they would be ready to change the political condition of the country for better.
  • Second reason may be that young people are not given opportunities to prove themselves claiming that they are not equipped with experience to participate actively in the governance of the country.
    This reason seems to be more logical seeing the monopoly of old leaders in almost all the major political parties of the country.
    Old people should realize that proper development can take place only when they make way for younger people to take control of the activities.
  • Role of Youth in Politics
    • India has large productive and young population as her asset.
    • There are a few things which I would like to suggest.
    • There should be a retirement age for politicians as well which may be around 65 years. There should also be some literacy for politicians. How can we give those illiterates the key to our country whom we can not give the key to our house? People with serious criminal background should not be allowed to contest elections.
    • As for the youth of our country, they can contribute in more ways than just contesting elections. Much can be done in areas like educating people, raising awareness about various social ills, and many other areas.
  • We can just wish that the next time we go to vote we find more names of youngsters who can make our country a better place to live in.
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  • Most Secret of Politics
    The country desperately needs some young leaders who personify energy, enthusiasm, morality, and diligence.
    No doubt we have progressed a lot in the last 62 years but the development pace would have been completely different had some young torchbearers led this process of development.
    . Nowadays we have only a handful of young leaders like Rahul Gandhi, Sachin Pilot, Varun Gandhi etc, but they are in the political scenario because they belong to influential political families.
  • It is next to impossible to find a young leader with no political family background in the furor of politics.
    Why is it so that people below 50 years are considered as political ‘kids’?
  • Let’s Participates in Politics
    We put the blame on the government and our elected members whenever we see or feel that our representatives are not doing their job efficiently.
    But, more than 50 per cent of population does not take part in the political process of our country.
    Thus we have no right to blame anyone except ourselves.
    We all feel that the system needs to be changed but we don’t want to take the responsibility on our shoulders.
    • We have potential human resources who can change the scenario, but they choose to go to UK or US for studies and jobs and restrict their lives only to their “secured” jobs and settle there permanently
    • The perception of our generation about politics has generally been negative.
    • Though we have few young politicians, they have not been allowed to stretch their wings.
    • The politicians need to open up and promote the young generation in the mainstream politics.
    • The politicians need to open up and promote the young generation in the mainstream politics.
    • In UK, Tony Blair retires at 58 while in our country the chief posts are mostly occupied by the politicians above 50 years of age.
    • The younger generation does not have any outlet to show their principles of leadership.
    • Now ask the youth of India about the politics and there is the straight rebound question: Who wants to join the politics?
    • If we truly believe that the future of any country in the hands of the youth than we need to take a step forward.
    • Only the youth can change the course of our nation’s progress and make India a global giant.
  • If we want to see a better India, it is time to take charge.
    We have to build a foundation now for a prosperous future.
    Unless youth feel concerned and gets involved in politics at all stages, we cannot expect a nation to grow.
    Remember, it is not good for a nation when its citizens only complain and expect someone else to fix their problems
  • Youth can be the leaders of tomorrow
    - if we procrastinate.
    Thanks………
  • Questions……
    Give the name of First & Big Political Partie in India.
    Give the name of imaginary persons.
  • Thanks… again…