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  1. 1. Increasing employability of youth Increasing youth the face of power and interest can change the world What is youth? A stage of life when he is capable of working with full power and interest to make his name fame and serve to mankind. Employability – This is when a person is capable of fill full his/her basic need and the person attached to him Now let’s come to our topic that how can employability of youth can be increased –  Need to change the thinking of parents  Financial aid should be provided on basis of talent not on basis of reservation.  Interview session should be there before every financial aid to youth.  Experience is a good factor but if the person does not get the initial training after his / her study how can he compete the level of experienced person  There should be focus on the person for becoming fresher to experienced person and degree or academic’s is not the whole sort of package to glorify the skills of the youth  Training regarding different field of field of study should be there.
  2. 2.  There should be equal focus theory and practical of academics of career of youth  The laws should be passed for every organization should give 1 year training after academics in every field no market and it should not be related to market such as recession or production.  Free guidance should be provided for youth for job as today this is a paid fashion.  Lower and middle staff should be youth.  Youth is cheaper than old but more efficient in working by physic and mind  THERE IS NO NEED TO INCREASE THE SALARY OF OLD PERSON , YOUTH SHOULD BE MORE  OLD PERSON CAN MAKE GOOD DESION BUT THEY NEED ONLY TO ADMISTRATE  SALARY SHOULD BE HALFED IN EVERY ORGANASATION AND THE REMAING SALARY OF PERSONS SHOULD BE DISTRIBUTED BETWEEN FRESHER REGARDING JOBS.  WORKING TIMINGS SHOULD BE HALFED  HALF TIMING FOR OLD EXPERIENCED PERSON HALF TIME FOR YOUTH AND RESULT WILL BE THERE.  HEALTHY COMPETATION IS MUST  Youth should follow that practice makes a man perfect
  3. 3.  Free camps for physical exercises should be there for youth such as swimming gym etc. because in healthy body there lies a healthy mind  Youth should not be focused on religion they should remember that they are Indians  Youth should be motived for services to mankind mother land in a positive ways  Youth is power if power is used in positive directions it works a lot if its way is negative it destroys  Equal ness between youth is must  Pressure should be social pressure and other pressure should be reduced.  Youth employment has grown in prominence on national and global development agendas.  The youth employment challenge has its own dimensions and confronts countries worldwide regardless of their stage of socio-economic development.  The underlying problems are the large number of young people entering the labour markets every year, the lack of employment opportunities in particular in poor economies and post-conflict countries, and the low quality of education and training without a proper link to the labor markets  If youth is in crises of unemployment this is because the earlier generation has not worked properly and they have not fill filed their duties regarding INDIA .
  4. 4.  Underutilized young people incur significant economic costs2as the national workforce is not being used to its full potential.  Moreover, young people are, in general, more dynamic, often have a higher educational level than their parents.  It is also mainly young people who opt for migration if they cannot find adequate employment in their own country.  Youth is ready to work can you even provide training that he can work means self -employed job etc.  Often, lack of employment opportunities may result in social conflicts, such as violence and juvenile delinquency, which, in turn, incur high social costs.  A stable macroeconomic environment which boosts investment – both private and public – and thus growth, is fundamental to the creation of new formal jobs for all groups of workers, but is of particular benefit to young people, who suffer most from economic downturns because of their short job tenure and lack of experience (“last in, first out”).  Sectoral policies, in particular, can promote job creation in the medium to long term.  The ratio should be decided for every person for after 18 means organization should hire in ratio for youth unemployed, employed and old experienced.
  5. 5.  Youth in general shows a strong interest in the conservation of our planet.  Environmental management also has an interesting employment potential. A successful example is a youth employment project in the Indian State of Goa.  The energy, skills and aspirations of young people are invaluable assets that no country can afford to squander.  Helping young people to realize their full potential by gaining access to productive employment and decent work is, therefore, a pre-condition for poverty eradication, sustainable development and lasting peace.  Youth employment programs can provide useful support to young people who are facing specific barriers in the labour market. Their underutilization has economic and psychological costs and may cause social conflict.  Effective Practice #1: Have a Clear Mission and Goals  This first practice directly relates to the previously stated challenge: in order for a program to be effective, it must have a clearly defined purpose or mission.  This includes a clear definition of which youth the program serves, the outcomes it wants young people to achieve and the strategist will use to attain these outcomes  While many different approaches work for young people, the key to effectiveness is ensuring there is coherence in the programs’ purpose and activities.
  6. 6.  : Focus on Employability Skills -A youth employment program should have a clear focus on helping young people develop employability skills. While this may seem obvious, a clear definition and framework of “employability skills” is relatively elusive.  The critical question is: What specifically should programs be teaching young people to ensure they are prepared for the workforce?  Effective Practice - Provide Comprehensive Services Effective programs are increasingly taking a more holistic approach to workforce development, concentrating on the multiple skills and competencies needed to succeed in the workforce  Youth employment services may include: vocational training, academic instruction, counseling, career exploration and guidance, mentoring, health and dental care, childcare, community service experience, job readiness workshops, work experience and internships The most effective programs offer some combination of the above activities, depending on the needs of their target population.  Programs may also provide additional services not mentioned in the previous
  7. 7.  Job Corps, the nation’s largest vocationally focused education and training program, is an  Example of a model program that takes a holistic approach to working with young people.  Job Corps is residential‐based program that focuses on economically disadvantaged youth in need of additional education.  Nationwide, there are 110 Job Corps centers that house and train young people. Participants receive intensive vocational training and academic instruction, at an individual pace. The amount of time a young person resides in the center varies, but on Average, participants spend about eight months Receiving intensive services.  Job Corps is unique in its comprehensive approach. Rather than focusing solely on vocational training, the program provides a range of additional services including counseling, social skills training, and health education.  Young people also receive meals, health and dental care, and can participate in student government and recreational activities