Youth as Agents of Change in India's Development


  • Dolly Nagrath Research Scholar of Political Science Department of Political science Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu India


Youth, India, Change, Development, Corruption etc


Although "youth" can refer to any time in a person's life when they are young, it is most usually used to refer to the time between childhood and maturity. There are many diverse interpretations of what ages are considered to be among the young. Newness, wrath, vitality, sport, and energy are all usually associated with the concept of youth. We are still building our sense of self while we are young. A young person's concept of self is frequently moulded by a variety of influences, including their peers, way of life, gender, political system, and culture. It is the period of a person's life when they make decisions that will affect not just their personal future but also the future of their country, either directly or indirectly. If a country's young people are self-aware and capable of taking responsibility for their actions, they have the power to affect major change in their country. The youth of a country are its most significant asset and source of strength. Young people who are given more power frequently prove to be the single most crucial component in their countries' prosperity and development. Young people have the ability to make important contributions in any field; as long as they are focused on doing their very best, nothing will be able to stop them from succeeding. Any nation's or cultures potential vitality can be discovered in its youth. They are a nation's pride as well as its powerhouse, capable of storing a limitless amount of energy and generating an infinite amount of energy. The study's goal is to draw attention to the critical role that young people in India can play in bringing about positive change across the country.



How to Cite

Nagrath, D. . (2021). Youth as Agents of Change in India’s Development. Journal of Psychology and Political Science(JPPS) ISSN 2799-1024, 1(01), 37–44.