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speech on role of youth in realising the dreams of dr kalam..??

Asked by Sneha(student) , on 22/5/14


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The Role of Youth in Realising the Dreams of Dr. Kalam’

  • First of all the youth should fight for equal rights for all the citizens. Even now, there are lots of people who do not get equal rights.

  • Realizing the responsibilities by present youth force is seen during the India Against Corruption movement all over the country. The role of present youth force is seen fully living up to the expected line of up coming future force. They are showing the true concern.

  • In the present day the burning topic is Black Money, but is the answer in getting the money back or is it important to eradicate its source? In this fashion the problems need to be addressed. The youth should not get swayed away by lucrative political slogans.

  • “I don’t believe in brain drain. India produces three million graduates every year. If 10 per cent of them leave the country, it is not brain drain,” Kalam said this while interacting with students at St Xavier’s College in Mumbai.

  • He further asked students to work hard for development of the country through their participation in developmental politics.

  • He also urged youngsters to actively participate in the vision-2020 in order to build an affluent and corruption-free society.

Posted by Krish Itz Me(student)on 20/5/12

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  • First of all the youth should fight for equal rights for all the citizens. Even now, there are lots of people who do not get equal rights.

  • Realizing the responsibilities by present youth force is seen during the India Against Corruption movement all over the country. The role of present youth force is seen fully living up to the expected line of up coming future force. They are showing the true concern.

  • In the present day the burning topic is Black Money, but is the answer in getting the money back or is it important to eradicate its source? In this fashion the problems need to be addressed. The youth should not get swayed away by lucrative political slogans.

  • “I don’t believe in brain drain. India produces three million graduates every year. If 10 per cent of them leave the country, it is not brain drain,” Kalam said this while interacting with students at St Xavier’s College in Mumbai.

  • He further asked students to work hard for development of the country through their participation in developmental politics.

  • He also urged youngsters to actively participate in the vision-2020 in order to build an affluent and corruption-free society

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