Projects

Youth Employment Yojna

Youth unemployment is the situation of young people who are looking for a job, but cannot find a job, with the age range being that defined by the United Nations as 15–24 years old.

An unemployed person is defined as someone who does not have a job but is actively seeking work. In order to qualify as unemployed for official and statistical measurement, the individual must be without employment, willing and able to work, of the officially designated "working age" (often from the teens to the mid-60s) and actively searching for a position. Youth unemployment rates tend to be higher than the adult rates in every country in the world.

Panchayat Shiksha Sudhar Abhiyan

Everyone has the right to the betterment of his life. But many children from all over the world are living in the absence of this opportunity because they are not being given even the basic fundamental rights like primary education.

As a result of the programs being undertaken to make children literate in India, by the end of the year 2000, 94 percent of rural children in India had facilities of primary school at a distance of 1 km and upper primary school at a distance of 3 km. Special efforts were made to enroll more and has been a steady increase in the number of children enrolled in primary and upper primary schools and the number of schools.

While 3.1 million children enrolled for primary education in 1950–51, the number increased to 39.5 million in 1997–98. Similarly, in 1950-51 the number of primary and upper primary schools was 0.223 million, which increased to 0.775 million in 1996-97.

According to an estimate, in the year 2002-03, 82 percent of children in the age group of 6-14 were enrolled in various schools. The Government of India aims to increase this number to 100 percent by the end of this decade.

As we all know that in order to permanently remove poverty from the world and to pave the way for peace and security, it is necessary to enable citizens of all countries of the world and their families to choose to live the life of their choice. Go Achieving this goal is possible only if high-quality schooling facilities are made available to children around the world, at least through primary school.

Mahila Sashaktikaran Abhiyan

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Jal Jeevan Hayiyali

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