India, representing approximately 40 percent of the global youth population, has become a focal point for global leaders seeking to attract Indian talent to their respective countries. But Prime Minister Sh Narendra Modi has considered youth power as an important pillar in making a developed India by the year 2047. Through his “Mann Ki Baat” program, the Prime Minister has urged the youth to contribute innovative ideas. In alignment with this vision, Haryana Chief Minister Sh. Manohar Lal has taken the lead. He regularly engages with the youth of the state through audio conferencing, calling upon them to actively participate in the nation-building process.
During his interactions with the youth, who are poised to shape the future of the nation, the Chief Minister Sh Manohar Lal imparts inspiration, urging them to navigate life with a positive outlook. Emphasizing self-belief and the importance of maintaining positivity, he encourages the youth to seize every opportunity that comes their way. The Chief Minister envisions that the youth should play a pivotal role in uplifting their families, contributing to society, and ultimately advancing the nation – a purposeful pursuit in life.
The Chief Minister motivates the youth to view difficulties not as obstacles but as challenges to be faced. Success, he believes, comes from tackling these challenges head-on. In addition, he underscores the significance of staying informed about government policies and programs, urging the youth to leverage these resources for personal growth and contribute to the progress of their families, communities, and the nation as a whole. The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra serves as a tangible expression of this ongoing commitment.
Youth empowerment is evident in the significant participation of young individuals in the ongoing Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra Jan Samvad program, scheduled until January 26 in Haryana. Students from schools, colleges, and universities are actively contributing by submitting their written ideas to the Chief Minister, aligning with the Prime Minister’s vision of achieving a Developed India by 2047. The Chief Minister also assures that he will convey these ideas to the Prime Minister.
Recognizing the pivotal role of education in individual and national development, the Chief Minister stated that an ideal citizen is the cornerstone of nation-building. While the Central Government has set a target for states to implement the new National Education Policy by 2030, Chief Minister Sh Manohar Lal has taken a proactive approach, committing to implementing the new education policy in Haryana by 2025. The education department and universities are mobilizing swiftly in response to the Chief Minister’s directive, gearing up for the implementation with a sense of urgency and purpose.