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Role of Youth in Nation Building - 1

  • Date Submitted: 09/26/2012 07:01 AM
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This was one of the reasons why such large number of good roads existed in Germany during the last war. So also, is the case with other countries where the students were taken to villages, slums and factory areas and were required to live there and work for the welfare of the people. The central idea of making social welfare work compulsory for the students is to make them realize its importance in future life and also Nation Building role in society and Nation Building.



In our country also, a college of social welfare was started by the Government to train social welfare work. Nation Building was made obligatory on all the students finishing their graduate course or the University career to undergo training in social welfare work and unless they obtained a certificate to that affect they were not supposed to be eligible for government service.

So every student had to undergo a practical training for six months and do a scheduled amount of work before they could get a certificate. Several batches were sent to different parts of the country and the trainees did work, in road construction, sanitation and removal of illiteracy. India is almost a continent with manifold social problems hence, a habit of social welfare work is to be created in the people and Nation Building. To achieve such an end in view, training in this sort of work will have to be imparted right from the school stage.

Even the school boys should know the importance of social welfare work and also their role in Nation Building. Although some such sort of work is often done by the scouts or Junior Red Cross groups, but this not sufficient. This student community, as a whole, has to be mobilized and social welfare work made a compulsory subject with practical training. This will have its roots go deep into the life of the people and a habit which a boy has acquired in his boyhood will not be easily forgotten by him in his adolescence.

So the social welfare work is a sort of nation...

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