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|Chairperson||:||B.S. Rajashekaraiah mjf||9448472928|
|Co-Chairpersons||:|| Chinnappa Thomas pmjf
Srinivas Murthy K mjf
|Secretary||:||Vijay Kumar A Mjf||9900194347|
|Treasurer||:||Bernaad R Chetty mjf||9880049952|
|Co-Chairperson||:|| Shiva Prakash
Sujatha Raju & All the club Presidents of the Region IV
|Chairperson||:||Anthony Raj C||9341240990|
|Co-Chairpersons||:|| Dominick Raj E
Y.M. Pillappa mjf Sunil Kumar M & All the club Secretaries
of the Region IV
|Chairperson||:|| Anantha Krishna S
Anupama & All the club Treasurers of the Region IV
|Press and Publicity|
|Chairperson||:|| Dr. C.V Geetha
Venkatappa K H
Sunil Kumar V
|MC & Presentation|
|Chairperson||:|| Naveen Sridhar mjf
|Co-chairperson||:|| Swaminathan K
Karthik T N
|Co-chairperson||:|| Girish D V
Nagesh H. Erappa
|Food and Fellowship|
|Chairperson||:||Baskaran R mjf||9448613172|
|Co-chairperson||:|| Ananth Armugam
Ashok D R
| Dhanalakshmi Kumar mjf
Jennifer Sandra Chetty
Keerthi Vinod K
Usha B S Ramesh
| Sona Harish
Shanthala Aradhyamath pmjf
| L Prema R Shekar
Dr Gayathri Ramesh
|Sergeant at Arms|
| R. Ramesh mjf,
NEXT GENERATION YOUTH
The National Youth Policy 2014, defines the youth as comprising persons in the age group of 15-29 years. The population in this age group is full of ideas, energy and passion, combined with an unmatched ability to bring about meaningful change in social behaviour and attitudes. They can challenge stereotypes, embrace good practices and think out-of-the-box. Thus, their potential to make a real difference in the coming future must not be underestimated.
As the fastest growing economy today, India is home to a fifth of the world's youth. Half of its population of 1.3 billion is below the age of 25, and a quarter is below the age of 14. India’s young population is its most valuable asset and most pressing challenge. It provides India with a unique demographic advantage. But this opportunity will be lost without proportionate investment in human capital development. At the same time, the world today is more dynamic and uncertain than ever before.
Unlike previous generations, the Youth today are born in a period of technological advancement. Most of them have better access to too much data. The problem lies here, though they are more open in their outlook, they are the confused lot. There are many unexplored avenues, opportunities waiting to be discovered yet untapped. This is where we come in to build their potentials into skill required by them to be productive individuals.
As members of Lions Club International we are providing guidance in terms of career counselling, job fairs, skills workshop, access to private companies, create avenue to government positions, prepare them to be model citizens at various stages.
We also provided mentoring services that can help to address the misalignments between skills and aspirations, and improve young Indians’ career choices.
We identified students from our regions and encourage them to take up higher studies in the field of agriculture, waste management, sustainable energy, sports, politics, entrepreneurship etc.
The very need for this Theme "Next Generation Youth" came into existence by the Region Chairperson to focus on setting the platform right to build this youth. We lions have proved it by providing youth needed positive, progressive, inclusive environment.
The Lions Clubs under this Region focused on few of the major areas and delivered its best to set the right path for the “Next Generation Youth”
1. Model Lok Sabha in participation with YMCA to bring the awareness and skills required to become a nextGen Politician
2. Model United Nations to bring skills required to become nextGen Bureaucrats
3. Cycle for green environment movement
4. Encouraged and conducted Peace Poster contest in many schools to promote world peace character in the young children.
5. Initiated Quest program at govt schools- value based education is building right character
6. Healthy children program in Govt School at RS Palya
7. Involved youth to support society in times of disaster – Kerala flood relief and Gaja Storm
8. Skin Banking Program in Maharani College
9. Plastic Pollution
11. Vocational and skills development training
Many of us lions have been blessed with good business and professions, this can become a place where we can play an active role in enhancing the capabilities and skills of India’s youth. As today’s youth rely on media and internet sources for obtaining information about employment opportunities This will ensure that training initiatives are demand-driven and impart skills that match industry requirements. These programmes can be supplemented with career guidance activities with industry professionals, such as talks, seminars and workplace visits.
We need to approach the youth from Rural areas in a slightly different way. They are as innovative if not better than the urban youth. They just need to be pointed in the right direction. They need to be made aware of the opportunities that are available to them in their areas be it reviving handicraft, textile , small scale industries in villages and towns . They can enter politics, become government officers and build their communities. Rural youth can edge over their counterpart in certain skills like Agricultural technology, animal husbandry, Fishery, social forestry etc. They need encouragement and investment to show case their potential.
For this we Lions have done conducted rural youth engagement program in Chikkabellapur.
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