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#YoungWarriorNXT aims to empower 10M young people with essential life skills

Ministry of Youth Affairs (MoYAS), UN offices (UNICEF, UNFPA, UNDP, UNV, UN Women, UN AIDS, UNHCR, WHO, and ILO) and YuWaah (Generation Unlimited in India) on International Youth Day (Aug 12, 2021) introduced the second phase of the #YoungWarrior movement called #YoungWarriorNXT The #YoungWarrior movement was launched in May 2021 amidst the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Millions of …

This International Youth Day, think about supporting blood cancer patients by Blood Stem Cell donation

Every 5 minutes, someone in India is diagnosed with blood cancer and many of them children and young people.  Those who can’t be treated with chemotherapy need a successful blood stem cell transplant from a matching donor for a second chance at life Kriti, a 22-year-old girl who was diagnosed with blood cancer when she was 12-year-old and is on …

Partial reopening of schools holding a hope for millions of children missing schools

The good-old, traditional classroom and lab training for millions of the children and youth in schools and colleges has been held up since March 2020 in India due to Coronavirus pandemic and when things started to look up and several states announced partial reopening this July-August, a very recent survey finding claiming that 48% parents want reopening after children are …

The flop show of Skilling India lies in wrong emphasis

By Navin Bhatia In the year 2008, India decided to skill 50 cr youth by 2022. For this the skill mission under the chairmanship of the then Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh was created. Prime Minister Singh ensured all Chief Ministers, Chief Secretaries, Secretaries /JS of all ministries across all states & all District Magistrates across India are made aware …

12th Pass & Looking For Exciting Career Choices, Look This Way!

5 Career Options after 12th Class By Sumit Saurabh, Director, The Desizn Circle  Sky’s the limit for a school graduate in today’s India. Gone are the days when you could not think beyond becoming a doctor, engineer or lawyer once you have passed the threshold of 12th standard annual exams. The meritorious students could have the pick of the so-called top careers while …

School girl creates online platform to keep growing her teaching passion, raises funds for have-nots to use technology for education

Arshya Gaur, a 17-old humanities student of class 12 at Delhi’s Vasant Valley School is getting attention as her edtech platform, Read Together, a multi-media learning content aid to enhance the experience of children who struggle with reading or have learning disabilities in English language is impressing more and more people. The web platform to impart video lessons to pre-schoolers …

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