Ujjain: There is no age for being young. It does not depend upon the people of particular age group.ouths have amble energy and always have the desire to do something new. An 80- year- old person can prove himself as young being an energetic one.
These views were expressed during a thought provoking lecture delivered by foundation secretary of the Home Charitable Trust Badh, Patna ( Bihar), Dr Anjesh Kumar on the sixth day of 11th Suman Memorial Goodwill Lecture Series at Bharatiya Gyanpeeth on Monday. Speaking on ‘ Indian ouths and Challenges’, Dr Kumar said that India is a member of G20 group, but the common man is still neglected here. The education being imparted to youths should be flavoured with practical approach.
Education without practicability is a danger for the entire society. Social evil such as child marriage is still dominating in some parts of the nation.
Such social evils are obstacles for the growth of youths. It is our sole duty to convey the ideals of Indian culture to the youths so that the nation can produce more Swami Vivekanandas. Another issue of anxiety is the decreasing male- female ratio.
Presiding over the programme, assistant Professors of Government Kalidas Girls College, Dr Harish Vyas said that today’s youths have confused and they are parted in different sections.A cultured youth can bring revolution whereas the uncultured youth can create havoc in the society.
The joint families which were a source of creating culture in youths have been turned to individual families. ouths have been diverging from the path and we are responsible for that. Dr Mukta Dubey conducted the programme while Krishnamangal Kulshreshtha proposed the vote of thanks.