‘Yuva Bharat Ki Yuva Neeti’ by BJYM
Here is the chance to contribute and accompany Shri Tejasvi Surya during
discussion with the top policy stakeholders
The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) has always put forth the young voices
and advocated for the rights of the youth. In pursuance of the same, the BJYM will
be reaching out to youngsters in the remotest corners of the country to seek
their opinion on the youth policy.
Furthermore, the BJYM along with youngsters of the nation will be presenting
relevant suggestions after pooling the opinion from the youth of the nation.
The Policy, Research and Training Division of BJYM has launched the ‘Yuva Bharat
Ki Yuva Niti’ initiative to make it a more participative process and help the youth to
put forth their aspirations in the form of comprehensive Policy suggestions
- Under the visionary guidance of our Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji, the draft policy envisages a ten-year vision for youth empowerment in the coming decade.
- The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, GOI has aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals and aims to unlock the infinite potential of the youth.
- The draft policy seeks to catalyze widespread action on youth development across six priority areas including education, employment and entrepreneurship, youth leadership and development, health, fitness and sports, and social justice.
- The Ministry has sought suggestions, ideas, comments and views on the draft policy from all the stakeholders.
Message from the President
The Modi government has been a government that puts the youth at the forefront of
nation-building. From increasing the number of educational institutions to improving access to quality education in the remotest corners of India to empowering young entrepreneurs of dreaming big like never before, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has India's youth at the center of his vision of AatmaNirbhar Bharat. With the world's largest youth population, India is set to power the economic growth engine for the entire world in the coming decades. I urge all the youngsters to share their ideas and suggestions for the National Youth Policy and be the drivers of change in this democratic process.
- Tejasvi Surya (MP Lok
Sabha and National