YOUTH ORGANISATION NCC MASS MEDIA

NEW POLICY ON EDUCATION
GOALS :Intellectual and aesthetic development of personality. Inculcation of moral and social values. Development of self confidence. Creation of an awareness of the physical, social, technological, economic and cultural environment.  Promotion of international understanding. 
  

YOUTH ORGANISATION Various youth services have been developed to enable the youth to improve their skills and personality for their effective participation in the process of development. Some organizations are- 

Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP).  Nehru Yuva Kendras (NYKs).  National Youth Festival.

AKHIL BHARTIYA VIDYARTHI PARISHAD (ABVP)  Founded in 1948 & formally registered on July 9, 1949.  Main organiser in 1958 was Prof. Yeshwantrao Kelkar.  Today, ABVP is the largest student organisation in India.
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OBJECTIVES OF ABVP 
Objective of channelising student¶s energies in the task of national reconstruction. 

Bring awareness and responsibilities among the poor and less fortunate in remote areas of India. 
Project and programs aimed at National Integration.  Social Consciousness programs to solve the economic and other problems of students.  Programs to encourage the hidden talents of students.

NEHRU YUVA KENDRAs (NYKs) 
A scheme to serve the nonstudent and rural youth.  Started in 1972 with 30 Kendras.  At present, it has Kendras in 501 districts with a network of about 0.25 million youth clubs in as many villages.

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OBJECTIVES OF NYKs 
To instill in the youth a deep awareness & respect for the principles and values enshrined in our Constitution.  To promote among the youth the awareness of our historical and cultural heritage.  To help develop in the youth qualities of discipline, self-reliance, justice and fair-play etc.  To make the youth aware of international issues & involve them in promoting world peace.

NATIONAL YOUTH FESTIVAL 
Swami Vivekananda¶s birthday on Jan. 12 is always celebrated as National Youth Day, and the week as National Youth Week.  An event of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.  The Govt. of India holds the National Youth Festival every year.  It is celebrated annually in one of the states in a joint venture.
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OBJECTIVES OF NYF
TO PROPAGATE : 
Concept of National Integration.  Spirit of Communal Harmony.  Brotherhood.  Courage.  Adventure Amongst the youth by exhibiting their cultural powers.

LATEST NEWS :  The 16th National Youth festival was held at Udaipur in Rajasthan.

National Cadet Corps (NCC) 
The NCC in India was formed with the National Cadet Corps Act of 1948.  It came into existence on 15 July 1948.

AIMS : 
Promote self-discipline, develop qualities of character, courage, comradeship, leadership, secular outlook.  Be always available for the service of the Nation.
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ACTIVITIES AND STRUCTURE OF NCC
ACTIVITIES : 
Adventure oriented activities.  Youth exchange programmes.  Social Service activities.  Each wing has its own Uniform and Wing Flag.  In each NCC wing, there is an officer command.  Under whom there may be Captains, Subedarmajor or Naib subedar or others.  On National Days, the cadets stage formal parades in New Delhi.

STRUCTURE : 
NCC is headed by an officer of the rank of Lieutenant General.  There are 3 principal wings of NCC : Army, Air & Navy.

MASS MEDIA 
Media through which mass is educated is called Mass Media.  It includes internet, television, newspapers & radio.

FUNCTIONS : 
  

Providing information. Mobilizing. Socialising. Early Access.

VARIOUS MASS MEDIA 
Radio.  Television.  Video Cassettes and Video Dish.  Press.  Computers.

ROLE IN EDUCATION 
Provides an opportunity to discuss, ask questions or review material.  Can be used to reward the class.  Can be used to get students to pay attention to the subject matter.  Create or analyze information.  Videotape or print media to start discussion or stimulate students.

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