Make your opinions count for Madhya Pradesh’s new youth policy
Madhya Pradesh government is slated to launch its very own Yuva Niti (Youth Policy) around January 12, 2023. Preparing for the same, it is now seeking suggestions from the very people the policy is to be formulated for. A special committee of 4 ministers has been assembled which will prepare a draft of the proposed Youth Policy in Madhya Pradesh. The policy will take in suggestions from the youth, and this is your time to make a difference.
Colleges and university are also taking part
The four minister committee appointed to prepare the draft comprises of the Sports and Youth Welfare and Technical Education Minister - Yashodhara Raje Scindia, Medical Education Minister - Vishvas Sarang, Higher Education Minister - Mohan Yadav, and School Education Minister - Inder Singh Parmar.
Colleges and university are also participating in the process. They have put up suggestion boxes at their respective campuses which will stay operative till December 30 to seek suggestions from over 20 lakh students across the Madhya Pradesh. Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), Indore is one of those higher education institutions.
India is country with a large number of budding start-ups and young entrepreneurs. The to be formulated policy, will envisage a 10-year vision plan for the development of the state’s youth.
Education Summit for the youth of Indore & Ujjain
A two-day Education Summit is also being being organised in Indore and Ujjain, in which, educationalists from all major institutions in the country will participate. It is an effort to focus on the enhancement of quality education and benefits of students.
The new policy and these initiatives, together aim at benefiting the youth in the long run and release their true potential in a lucrative journey.
Students can be a part of this policy by submitting online suggestions as well as can contact on following number : 07552551698 , 07552554763