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The nation must empower the youth

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By Raghav Gupta

“We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future” —Franklin D. Roosevelt

The youth are an integral part of India. We are a nation which has a massive population of energetic, curious, and hardworking young minds. Each year, we provide them ample opportunity to work and grow, build a strong base and become our hope for tomorrow.

Today, our youth is ready to explore the world as they possess the right talent and potential. Given their high enthusiasm, one may call them ‘impulsive’ or ‘impatient.’ But these individuals are just keen to learn and explore. They want to chart their own path and often do not need hand-holding.

They want to dream and accomplish. In doing so, they may or may not conform to the rules set by their elders. They want acceptance and support by their parents and are ready to put forward brilliant ideas. This set of people are smart workers and go-getters.

With such a goal-driven mind set, they would certainly appropriate the best of knowledge and approach to excel in various fields such as science, technology, medicine and more. With time, they are bound to evolve personally and professionally along with contributing towards the growth and development of the nation.

In my view, if a nation empowers their youth and supports their initiatives, they would nurture honest and committed individuals to build a strong nation.

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