Youngsters are the backbone of a society. India has 70% of people below the age of 40 years. Their participation is very important in all aspects of the society. Unfortunately, we see many Indian youth being unguided and unemployed. They have limited roles in policy and decision-making processes at the local and national level.

The need of youth empowerment for a better tomorrow is connected both, to the financial elevation as well as increment of the quality life.

  • Provide training and capacity building, in areas such as leadership, advocacy, skill developments and communications.
  • Awareness regarding importance of education and knowledge.
  • Listen to their ideas and suggestions and their role in society.

“It is important how we view the youth of our nation. To simply consider them as new age voters will be a big mistake. They are the new age power.”

– Narendra Modi