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Youth and Political Education:

The role of youth, in   social change and development is more acute today than ever. The impact of globalization, explosion of knowledge, scientific advancement and media coverage has accelerated all domains of social processes. The Youth are the only category of population that is immediate and closer to these transformations. They experience and understand better the pain and pleasure of the rapidly changing scenario.   Gone are the days when the youth looked up to their elders for answer to their woes and worries. Today, the onus is on the youth.   
The youth therefore should take hold of   the situation and   guide the people, young and old towards a safer, secure and happy world. Integral formation of the person takes place through education that is imparted through family and educational institutions. The young person must be equipped with knowledge, skills, and values so that he can participate effectively in the social decision making processes. This would mean he must master the art of political participation. In a democratic setup Political participation based on values and virtues is the only way to clean the already maligned system and foster a new civilization based on promotion of love and personal dignity. Youth are called to do it. And education is the channel and the preparatory ground.

HOW MUCH CAN YOU PAY FOR A CUP OF COFFEE ??
     Can you pay 1200/- for a single cup of coffee ? Expected answers are No, Worthless etc. The United Nation World Tourism meeting held recently in Hyderabad costed for 3 days was 2.14 Crores. The money spent on starters were 9 Lakhs, lunch at Falaknuma palace was 5,25,000 and dinner at Golconda fort 6 Lakhs and many more for others. Hyderabad could have been represented in different ways instead of spending crores of rupees on the delegates from different countries came to Hyderabad for the meeting. It wouldn’t have been a hot topic if the UN Tourist minister would have spent money from his own pockets, instead of spending the money collected from the people in the name of Taxes.
Those crores of rupees could have been used to fill the tummies of poor people who starve daily and could have made soon modifications and changes to the monument of Hyderabad like Charminar, Golconda, and other visiting places of AP like Nagarjun Sagar and other places can be made much more attractive for the foreign and other visitors all around the country to attract and gain better revenue for the AP government. But Mr. Chiranveej doesn’t seem like all those much more necessary and seems like interested, by feeding delegates by spending the money of the common man. Painting walls and, cleaning roads before the delegates visit are common for our government, just to impress the delegates and for selfishness of being in power. But did the present government ever think about the problems of a common man ?? No, as they don’t feel it as much important anything than filling their own pockets which again comes under corruption, eating public money. What is the qualification of Chiranjeevi ? As a person from movie industry gets into politics, that too a UN Tourism Minister. Strange this is the only country where politics can be opted, by any person ex. Even a schooling fail, can get into politics only if he/ she has huge money already and to make it double/ triple, politics is the best place as the money gained apart from salary are the money of the public.

So, stop electing people with dumb idea and with no vision for the people of our Country. TDP is the only people in which most of the politicians are educated and has a vision for the State/ Country.

JAI HIND !!!

JAI TDP !!!

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HOW MUCH CAN YOU PAY FOR A CUP OF COFFEE ??

Can you pay 1200/- for a single cup of coffee ? Expected answers are No, Worthless etc. The United Nation World Tourism meeting held recently in Hyderabad costed for 3 days was 2.14 Crores. The money spent on starters were 9 Lakhs, lunch at Falaknuma palace was 5,25,000 and dinner at Golconda fort 6 Lakhs and many more for others. Hyderabad could have been represented in different ways instead of spending crores of rupees on the delegates from different countries came to Hyderabad for the meeting. It wouldn’t have been a hot topic if the UN Tourist minister would have spent money from his own pockets, instead of spending the money collected from the people in the name of Taxes.

Those crores of rupees could have been used to fill the tummies of poor people who starve daily and could have made soon modifications and changes to the monument of Hyderabad like Charminar, Golconda, and other visiting places of AP like Nagarjun Sagar and other places can be made much more attractive for the foreign and other visitors all around the country to attract and gain better revenue for the AP government. But Mr. Chiranveej doesn’t seem like all those much more necessary and seems like interested, by feeding delegates by spending the money of the common man. Painting walls and, cleaning roads before the delegates visit are common for our government, just to impress the delegates and for selfishness of being in power. But did the present government ever think about the problems of a common man ?? No, as they don’t feel it as much important anything than filling their own pockets which again comes under corruption, eating public money. What is the qualification of Chiranjeevi ? As a person from movie industry gets into politics, that too a UN Tourism Minister. Strange this is the only country where politics can be opted, by any person ex. Even a schooling fail, can get into politics only if he/ she has huge money already and to make it double/ triple, politics is the best place as the money gained apart from salary are the money of the public.

So, stop electing people with dumb idea and with no vision for the people of our Country. TDP is the only people in which most of the politicians are educated and has a vision for the State/ Country.

JAI HIND !!!

JAI TDP !!!

Youth And Politics: Divorced Forever?

The Indian youth is experiencing what is called as the depoliticisation process or in simpler terms, a disengagement from the world of politics. There’s growing apathy towards political activities and politicians from the youth these days owing to the domination of politics by crime and corruption. Due to the lack of an efficient political system in the country and its contamination by felonious and iniquitous acts, youngsters prefer veering away from politics.

However, in order to reinvent the zeal of youngsters in politics, certain measures are imperative. Indian political system does not offer any incentives to the youth to engage in politics. Also, it is shameful that until and unless one belongs to a political dynasty, he/she has to face immense resistance in this field to become a MP. Politics is in any case seen as a very dirty career full of cut-throatism and back stabbing and on top of that there is absolutely no premium placed on community leadership in our country which forms an integral part of US educational curriculum. The existing political exposure at the university level is petty and driven by the selfish interests of national level political parties. Candidatures are selected not on the basis of capability but the closeness the candidate shares with the major political leaders. As a result of which campuses are no better than deserted islands on the polling day which speaks for the dirty muck dominating college and university level politics.

The media can play a great role in motivating the youth to join politics. Attitudinal changes need to be brought about by reporting of positive changes and developments in politics and not just negative or cynical news stories. By covering events where the youth has helped in shaping the course of important political issues, the media can compel changes in the existing mindsets.
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