In india Youth are scattered throughout the country, each wants to do developmental work. but unfortunately we have not any organization at the national level in our country till today. so INDIAN YOUTH CLUB is the first youth club at the national level for every youth, and always is working in the country for youth development and nation development. Indian Youth Club has the initiative to set the mutual relation among the every Youth of india and youth groups. These relationship will be concentrate to awareness for every youth and nation development.

To make the dream of developed and prosperous India, come true by directing its youth towards individual, family, and social development.

“Indian Youth Club” is a platform that provided the young generation to put forth their views to bring Positive Change in the Society so as to make it a better place for Living.

Our Mission mentioned below, If you want to know about any of them then click on mission :


    For the Youth Development, Indian Youth Club have the vision to work towards five clearly defined
    Objectives, which are as follows:

    In order to create a productive youth workforce, it is essential that the youth of the country have access to the right set of tools and opportunities to make a sustainable contribution. The youth must have equitable access to high quality education and be able to develop the necessary skills that are required by the labour market to ensure that they are gainfully employed. Given that a large proportion of the workforce is self-employed, entrepreneurship must be encouraged amongst the youth and they must be supported through the process of idea generation, incubation and financing.

    In order to create a generation of young Indians equipped to take on future challenges and achieve their full potential, it is necessary that the youth are in good health and make healthy and balanced lifestyle choices. Youth specific health issues must be addressed through targeted programmes. Balanced nutrition and healthy lifestyle information must be provided to the youth. Youth must also be encouraged to engage in sports and recreation in order to ensure their physical well-being.

    It is important to build national pride and ownership in the youth through a programme of education on social values including respect for diversity and the importance of harmony. Youth must be encouraged to participate in community service and development activities, especially in the most backward regions. The youth of India must have a strong sense of moral responsibility towards their fellow citizens, especially those that are less fortunate than themselves. Youth of the country must be encouraged to fulfil their duties as citizens and thus create an environment in which all citizens enjoy the rights guaranteed in our Constitution.

    Governance requires an active citizenry, and given that the youth in the age group of 15-29 years comprise 27.5% of the population, it is essential to create mechanisms for youth participation in politics and governance. Youth are the future of the nation and must be encouraged to participate in politics at local and national levels. They must be provided the necessary training and tools to become effective policy makers and to be able to execute government’s schemes and programmes.

    A few segments of the youth population require special attention. These include economically backward youth, women, youth with disabilities, youth living in conflict affected regions including left wing extremism, and youth at risk due to substance abuse, human trafficking or hazardous working conditions. It is essential that government policies are inclusive and provide equitable opportunities to all. It is also important to ensure these youth do not suffer from stigma or discrimination, and have equitable access to justice to ensure a dignified life to all segments amongst the youth


    1. Indigenous industry
    2. Indigenous Education
    3. Indigenous Medicine
    4. Indigenous technology
    5. Indigenous knowledge
    6. Indigenous Catering
    7. Indigenous Indian languages
    8. Indigenous costumes

    Indigenous industry, indigenous education, indigenous medicine, indigenous technology, indigenous knowledge, indigenous food, indigenous Indian languages, indigenous costumes and without pride of country in the world no country can become great.

    We make them self-sufficient indigenous to the Indian or the whole of India, India’s most powerful countries in the world are willing to put in the category.

    We must pledge that we made with zero technical Lux manufactured by multinational companies, Laifbay, Rin Liril, Reksona, Pearce, Colgate, Pepsodent, Clojap, Pands, Lackme, Dital, Dalda etc. foreign products coming in daily use and Amway, Pepsi and Coca – Cola Koldrinks toxic, and is sold in the name of Akwafina and Kinle drinking water and these other companies Jusej and Macdonald, Domeno etc. manufactured by foreign companies Pizzas – burgers, etc., junk food, and plenty of stuff in life ever will not. We particularly take to swadeshi movement in Bengal and India went against the Bangbg. The main part of our country and other countries to adopt the object object to the exclusion of Is. This idea is very old from Wangbng. Indigenous to India, first of all, Mr. Bkimchandra the slogan “Wangdrshn” Bhadra of the 1279 proposed in AD 1872 the number was given. He said – that science is indigenous to Our servant, he became foreign because our Lord is seated.

    Lokmanya Tilak and Ganesha Krishna Khaprde landed in Calcutta and Bengal in this regard was introduced in the Shivaji festival. Tagore’s famous poem was titled Sivaji on the same occasion. Lokmanya Tilak Calcuttans thirty thousand on June 10 of the gigantic marches. In Bengal, the new paper out these days, the “Vande Mataram” and “epoch” are famous.

    The INDIAN YOUTH CLUB have planned the following 7 sources . The Indian Youth Club have planned only to remember. 7 sources also speak of these as possible, should try to implement that.

    1. Literature – to anyone reading the literature of indigenous indigenous movement to inspire, teach first requirement. We have available literature on the 4 species, and all types a place to study the indigenous magazine is enough. Below are four types of literature – Chanakya in economics from the ancient LITERATURE Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, Shri Guruji, etc. literature comes into this category. Hereby we can assume that the basics of economics. on these concerns. Sites is the official website of IYCO. To understand the role of the forum is quite content. The question again and again are asked, they also multiplication of local genotypes. title and key people updated articles, blogs, etc. are also given.

    2. Milan – is another important feature, to provide interaction between workers. The weekly meetings and monthly views Mandala workers symposium, seminars, etc. is required. Informality in these programs, should give due weight to questions and discussions. Introduction to the program, thank you, Chairman, architect, platform operation and responsibility individually the participation of people and more people are sharing.

    In addition, District and State Convention, June-July month class at the national idea and November-December in the National Assembly / conferences annually. In addition, district, provincial conference should be . is quite advantageous.

    3. Movement – that encompass the third important activity, performance, movement, etc.. It also joins the force and the organization of the edge is too sharp. Mass is very important to the show once in two months. In addition, they found a subject so that each unit should be the nature of the performance etc.. The importance of selection: the crowd – to hell with the public is important to select the locations for these demonstrations. On such occasions, the appropriate slogan, jubilate short speech and brief Prchen ready for distribution, pamphlet, and – sheets, etc. is required. In addition, the media must provide details of times already.

    Movement is the soul of our platform, so it is necessary to pay enough attention. Primarily the work of our team struggle with duct leading speeds.

    4. Media – the former Press – Release (Press Brief) to prepare and take enough copies to distribute important aspect. Release of the information and data should take good care to write. Hindi and English and local language is different from the press brief to create more profitable. after program, a copy of the picture and press brief e-mail directly sent to newspapers and would be sent to every news channel.

    Keep in mind the importance of all media and general media is Swadeshi values of the information.
    5. Coordination, contact – run like organizations and members of various movements with emphasis on co-ordinate their movement. Movements for mutual understanding and dialogue should continue.

    6. Economic side – above all requires funding for programs is to succeed. So from the start it should think proper. The pro-campaign, monthly / yearly preparation of donor support, is essential for economic transparency and purity.

    7. Structure, organization – The Indian Youth Club have succeeded above all things necessary on every unit group is a capable leader. Region, province, district, section, town and village level to make possible these teams is an important task. The main task of Indian youth club. -movement, study / research, creative work, and contacts or networking / contact and keep the pace. Looking at these four things need to be looking for these individuals. Year in the National Assembly / Conference, consider the square, find the time for the provincial conference and other meetings to come back and give it to others is a necessary part. Above seven things should be the responsibility of the following types. Coordinator, covalent, manager, organizer, conflict Corps major, considering the Division Head, contact Head,
    Summary: The above seven work is only just the vision and even a hint. Many workers from the discussion only after they have been listed. Even if it came to the attention of some of these titles should include the extent possible.


    Indian Youth Club Plans To Motivate School Children And Youth Can Take Collective Action To Clean Their Neighborhoods. Engaging Youth In Understanding And Monitoring Methods To Stop Pollution From Factories And Industrial Units In Their Local Areas.

    Indian Youth Club Will Motivates Citizens, Corporates And Civic Bodies, To Took Up The Task Of Cleaning Up Parks, Historical Monuments And Other Civic Structures In India. Cleaning Of Rivers Is Also One Of The Priorities Of Indian Youth Club.

    All Small Drains Should Be Cleaned Of Waste And Industrial Pollutants Before It Falls In The River By. Doing This We Can Maintain Cleanness Level Of Rivers. Thus Maintaining Marine Wealth.
    Indian Youth Club Undertake Activities For Maintenance Of Environmental And Ecological Balance Such As A Forestation, Institutional Plantation, Etc.

    Indian Youth Club Will Take The Responsibility To Clean The Plastic In The River, Avoid Immersion Of Large Idols And Promote Use Of Eco-Friendly Idols By Organizing Various Workshops And Seminars.
    Every Society ,Colony And Vicinity Needs A Waste Dumping Area For Healthy Survival Of Persons Living In Them. Piling Of Wastes Creates Unhealthy Condition For The Life . Piling Of Waste Leads To Variety Of Negative Environmental Changes And Illness In Their Inhabitants.

    IYCO Will Take Steps So That There Must Be Small Dumping Grounds Living Population So That Waste Etc. Should Be Dumped There Itself. The Negative Changes Due To contamination Of Water, Air, Soil And Food Affects Harms The Human As Well As Ecological Wealth. Youth Role Is Of Utmost Importance In Spreading The Message And Giving Momentum To Our Mission.

    Let’s You And Us Together Where We Live And Work Around To Take The Initiative To Keep The Area Clean


    Geographically India may not be a united by itself but from times immemorial India has been considered as one country. The single name “Bharata Varsha” given to this country emphasis this unity.
    According to the authors of ‘Advance History of India,’ this name and the sense of unity which it denotes, was ever present before the minds of the theologians, political philosophers and poets who spoke of the thousand Yojans (leagues) of land that stretches from Himalayas to the sea as the proper domain of a single universal emperor.”

    The nature has also bestowed a geographical unity by providing Himalayas in the North and Ocean in the other three sides of the country and thereby completely separating India from other countries.
    We, at India Youth Club plans various types of programmes for promoting communal harmony among fellow citizens.

    INDIA YOUTH CLUB : India has always worn its secularism with pride but the cracks in religious tolerance have been showing quite prominently of late.

    The recent bomb blasts that have rocked the nation in the last few days are a testimony to this. People from varied religions have been living together in our country for the past many centuries. I wonder what satisfaction these religious fanatics derive by killing so many innocent persons in such a ruthless manner.

    Unfortunately, this otherwise peaceful existence has been marred by incidents of violence occasionally.
    Communalism at its ugliest was witnessed during the Partition when people from all religions were vying for each other’s blood. More than sixty years later the scars are still there.
    The anti-Sikh riots after the assassination of Indira Gandhi and the Hindu-Muslim clash after the demolition of Babri Masjid too had left the entire country in a state of shock in the past.
    There is no denying that all the communal tension is started at the behest of politicians.
    Our so-called leaders do not think twice about the harmony of the country when it comes to grinding their axe. Playing vote-bank politics, they have always tried to create animosity between different religions.

    The Gujarat riots will always remain a blot on Indian history. It is very shameful that the administration which is supposed to protect the citizens was hand in glove in this act.

    I think that the recent bomb blasts were executed with a meticulously planned strategy to disrupt peace in the country. Violent incidents of the past have made it clear that we are losing out on religious tolerance.

    The unity and integrity of the country is at stake. This will make us susceptible to outward threat and vested interests might take advantage of the situation.

    The leaders of our country should unite to fight against the threat of terrorism that is looming large over our heads. Considering that the citizens of the country look up to them, they should maintain the dignity of their post and not play petty politics.

    India is the second-largest populated country in the world, next only to China. According to the 2001 census, India’s population in 2001 was about 102.87 crores. It has 28 States and 7 Union Territories. Due to its large population India has been facing a number of socio-economic and political problems. The main problem faced by India in the past was maintenance of unity and stability in the country. When India was ruled by the Britishers, the disunity in the country was attributed to the British policy of “Divide and Rule”. India achieved independence from the British rule on 15th August, 1947. A period of more than 63 years has elapsed since then, but India is still facing the problem of unity.

    In fact, the main cause of India’s slavery in the past for such a long time was the lack of political unity. Whenever India had a weak and unstable centre, it became a prey to external aggression. A weak centre had always tempted the foreigners to attack our country and plunder its wealth.

    India is a land of unity in diversity. Political unity presupposes a strong and stable Central Government which can keep the diverse elements in the country together. Whenever the Central Government in India became weak, foreign countries enslaved her. This is the lesson of history. If we forget this lesson, we will do so at our peril.

    In ancient times, India used to be called a “Golden Sparrow” because it possessed immense wealth. Many foreign invaders were, therefore, tempted to attack this country and loot its wealth. Thus India was attacked and subjugated by the Greeks, Portuguese, Moghuls and the Britishers. Had India possessed political unity, these foreign invaders would not have succeeded in their evil designs.

    The credit for giving India political unity goes to the Britishers who ruled over India for about 150 years. They established a strong Central Governing whose writ ran throughout the country. They developed rapid means transport and communications in the country to enable them to govern country effectively. They also organized an effective Police Sew ice to main law and order throughout the country.

    After India became free, the framers of our Constitution were conscious of the need to have a strong Centre. They were convinced that a strong alone can ensure the territorial integrity of the country and safeguard its hard- earned freedom. It was for this reason that a number of provisions in the interest of the unity of the country were enshrined in our Constitution.

    Our Constitution provides for many common bonds like integrated judicial organization with a Supreme Court as the highest judicial authority, a single Comptroller and Auditor General of India, a single Election Commission, and all-India integrated services like the I.A.S., IFS. I.P.S., etc. Besides, a number of Para-military forces like the Border Security Force, the Central Reserve Police, the Industrial Security Force, etc. have been set up under the Central Government. A Planning Commission at the Centre draws up the five-year plans for the economic development of the country.

    When the fathers of the Constitution framed the Constitution, their aim was the unity and security of India. They, therefore, gave ample powers to the Central Government. They provided for imposition of President’s rule and declaration of a state of Emergency by the Centre under certain situations.
    Some critics are of the view that the Constitution of India has given wide powers to the Central Government at the cost of the States. They feel that States have been reduced to the position of what one may call “glorified municipal corporations”. In recent years, the States, especially those where opposition parties are in power, have been demanding greater autonomy and devolution of powers.
    A Commission headed by Justice R.S. Sarkaria, a Judge of the Supreme Court, was appointed to examine and review the Centre-State relations in all spheres and recommend appropriate changes. The review was to cover the working of the existing arrangements between the Union and the States in regard to powers, functions and responsibilities in all spheres.

    The commission recommended an Inter-State Council headed by the Prime Minister. Besides the Prime Minister, six cabinet ministers and all Chief Ministers of States and Union territories will constitute the Council. This Council has been set up as a forum for dialogue to ensure better co-ordination between the Centre and the States. A permanent secretariat is also to be set up for the day-to-day functioning of the Council.

    The unity of India faces grave challenges today. First, regionalism is gaining ground in India. A large number of regional parties have come into existence it is generally seen that these parties prefer regional interest to national interest. Secondly, separatist tendencies are developing among certain sections the people who demand separate homelands, for example, Nagaland, Mizoram, “Bodoland, Khalistan, Gorkhaland, etc.

    Thirdly, despite our Constitution having declared India as a secular State communal riot erupt every now and then and pose a threat to the unity of India. Fourthly, casteism and lmguism are also affecting the unity of the country Caste factor also plays a great role during the elections.

    In order to curb all these problems, it has become indispensable that the Centre should have a say in them so that it may control them before they become harmful for the unity and integrity of India. Let the States have more powers to implement their economic programmes but we should see that the Centre is also clothed with sufficient powers needed to maintain the unity and integrity of India as well as to safeguard its independence from external aggression and internal subversion.


    “Indian Youth Club” is focusing to educate the Masses about their Rights and Privileges, to follow, adopt and promote universal declaration of human rights of united nations and Indian constitution and national- international law.

    All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

    “Human rights are a person’s basic rights in this world. But we can daily see outrage in different ways. Even in the past, we have had huge instances of human rights violation– like the emergency of 1975-76. Public awareness is the only way out of this trouble.”

    “Many people are not aware even about the term human rights. 60% of India is in rural area where 80% people are ignorant about their own rights. Indian constitution has separate amendment on human rights. We have missed out in crime reduction. Also, the biggest hurdle in implementation of human rights is corruption. And we have to accept the fact that even after 64 years our government is unable to prevent crimes against human rights. They have failed to spread proper awareness.”
    “Due to lack of proper awareness and lack of proper education, we have to tolerate crimes against human rights. There is no use debating the subject year in year out. We talk and talk about human rights every year. We know that these rights have been sidelined all these years. A huge penalty should be imposed upon those who infringe these basic rights of human beings and this is one solution through which we can protect our society.”“Rural area is the most ignorant group about human rights and is most affected by child labour crimes. The main causes for this are superstition and lack of education. Even with urbanization, there are many instances of wrong behavior against human rights. Even educated people keep children in their office for cleaning and doing other errands. Educated people should not indulge in such things. Then only illiterate people will become aware about their rights. Moreover, government should also try to enhance awareness about such rights. Further, today, everything is mired in corruption. Awareness from everyone is required to protect human rights.”

    Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it is independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty. Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person. No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms. No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law. All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of this declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination. Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law. No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile. Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him. Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defense.

    No one shall be held guilty of any penal offence on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offence, under national or international law, at the time when it was committed. Not a heavier penalty be imposed than the one that was applicable at the time the penal offence was committed.

    No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, or to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks. Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state.

    1. Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country.
    2. Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution.
    3. This right may not be invoked in the case of prosecutions genuinely arising from non-political crimes or from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.
    4. Everyone has the right to a nationality.
    5. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality.
    6. Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution.
    7. Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses.
    8. The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the state.
    9. Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others.
    10. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.
    Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance. Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers. 1. Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.
    11. No one may be compelled to belong to an association.
    12. Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives.
    13. Everyone has the right to equal access to public service in his country.
    14. The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures. Everyone, as a member of society, has the right to social security and is entitled to realization, through national effort and international co-operation and in accordance with the organization and resources of each state, of the economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of his personality.
    15. Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favorable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.
    16. Everyone, without any discrimination, has the right to equal pay for equal work.
    17. Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection.
    18. Everyone has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests.
    19. Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.
    20. Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection.
    21. Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit.
    22. Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the united nations for the maintenance of peace.
    23. Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.
    24. Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.

    25. Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.
    Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this declaration can be fully realized. 26. Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible.

    27. In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society.

    28. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.
    “Let’s put our hands together at the platform of “INDIAN YOUTH CLUB” to change the world.”

    Hence “Indian Youth Club” is working for ensuring that basic human rights are respected everywhere and to keep the interest of disempowered communities foremost in all dealings with countries in which human rights violations occur.

    To support through the un frame work, democratic and economic reforms in countries coming out to totalitarian control and to restrict cooperation with governing regimes that violate human rights.


    INDIAN YOUTH CLUB’s initiative regarding women and child development are as following:

    Goal and Objectives

    The goal of this aim is to bring about the advancement, development and empowerment of women. The aim will be widely disseminated so as to encourage active participation of all stakeholders for achieving its goals. Specifically, the objectives of this Policy include Indian youth club is creating an environment through positive economic and social policies for full development of women to enable them to realize their full potential. The jure and facto enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedom by women on equal basis with men in all spheres – political, economic, social, cultural and civil. Equal access to women to health care, quality education at all levels, career and vocational guidance, employment, equal remuneration, occupational health and safety, social security and public office etc. Also we are changing societal attitudes and community practices by active participation and involvement of both men and women and elimination of discrimination and all forms of violence against women and the girl child.

    Policy Prescriptions & Judicial Legal Systems

    Legal-judicial system will be made more responsive and gender sensitive to women’s needs, especially in cases of domestic violence and personal assault. New laws will be enacted and existing laws reviewed to ensure that justice is quick and the punishment meted out to the culprits is commensurate with the severity of the offence. At the initiative of and with the full participation of all stakeholders including community and religious leaders, the Policy would aim to encourage changes in personal laws such as those related to marriage, divorce, maintenance and guardianship so as to eliminate discrimination against women.

    Women’s equality in power sharing and active participation in decision making, including decision making in political process at all levels will be ensured for the achievement of the goals of empowerment. All measures will be taken to guarantee women equal access to and full participation in decision making bodies at every level, including the legislative, executive, judicial, corporate, statutory bodies, as also the advisory Commissions, Committees, Boards, and Trusts etc. Affirmative action such as reservations/quotas, including in higher legislative bodies, will be considered whenever necessary on a time bound basis. Women–friendly personnel policies will also be drawn up to encourage women to participate effectively in the developmental process.

    Mainstreaming a Gender Perspective in the Development Process dies that were commissioned by the Department of Women & Child Development, it is evident that there is a need for re-framing policies for access to employment and quality of employment. Benefits of the growing global economy have been unevenly distributed leading to wider economic disparities, the feminization of poverty, increased gender inequality through often deteriorating working conditions and unsafe working environment especially in the informal economy and rural areas. Strategies will be designed to enhance the capacity of women and empower them to meet the negative social and economic impacts, which may flow from the globalization process.

    Equal access to education for women and girls will be ensured. Special measures will be taken to eliminate discrimination, universalize education, eradicate illiteracy, create a gender-sensitive educational system, increase enrolment and retention rates of girls and improve the quality of education to facilitate life-long learning as well as development of occupation/vocation/technical skills by women. Reducing the gender gap in secondary and higher education would be a focus area. Sectoral time targets in existing policies will be achieved, with a special focus on girls and women, particularly those belonging to weaker sections including the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/Other Backward Classes/Minorities. Gender sensitive curricula would be developed at all levels of educational system in order to address sex stereotyping as one of the causes of gender discrimination.

    Violence against women :

    All forms of violence against women, physical and mental, whether at domestic or societal levels, including those arising from customs, traditions or accepted practices shall be dealt with effectively with a view to eliminate its incidence. Institutions and mechanisms/schemes for assistance will be created and strengthened for prevention of such violence , including sexual harassment at work place and customs like dowry; for the rehabilitation of the victims of violence and for taking effective action against the perpetrators of such violence. A special emphasis will also be laid on programmes and measures to deal with trafficking in women and girls.

    Rights of the Girl Child :

    All forms of discrimination against the girl child and violation of her rights shall be eliminated by undertaking strong measures both preventive and punitive within and outside the family. These would relate specifically to strict enforcement of laws against prenatal sex selection and the practices of female foeticide, female infanticide, child marriage, child abuse and child prostitution etc. Removal of discrimination in the treatment of the girl child within the family and outside and projection of a positive image of the girl child will be actively fostered. There will be special emphasis on the needs of the girl child and earmarking of substantial investments in the areas relating to food and nutrition, health and education, and in vocational education. In implementing programmes for eliminating child labour, there will be a special focus on girl children.


    No nation can achieve a sustained, high and equitable growth without the development of its human resources. Women and children form nearly two-thirds of our population.
    A phrase commonly used in the legal parlance is the thing speaks for itself. In other words, a case argues itself. The phrase aptly applies to the development of women and children – a development which speaks for itself, a development which is in the interest of the entire nation. However, it is a sad commentary on all of us that far from being given their rights, women and children are by and large being assailed from all sides by attitudes which serve only to plunge them even deeper into the abyss of ignorance and type-cast roles.


    Issues of malnutrition, illiteracy, health, hygiene and sanitation, gender inequalities, bias against the girl child and women both within and outside the family, lack of access to opportunities and increasing rate of crime against them are some of the basic issues of rights which are of deep concern to all of us. Recognizing this fact, the Government created a separate Department for the development of women and children in 1985, with the purpose of ensuring, through a process of partnership and cooperation with other Departments, human and social development of almost the entire two-thirds of the country’s population.


    Don’t be fooled by India’s economic boom – for much of the population the situation has not improved in generations. Hundreds of millions are trapped by caste and gender discrimination, and by the cycle of: poverty–> child labour–>no education–>poverty. These people endure some of the worst conditions experienced anywhere in the world. For instance, an Indian child is more likely to be malnourished, have inadequate sanitation, not attend school, remain illiterate and marry underage, than is a child from Africa or any other global region.

    Perhaps the most disadvantaged group in India are the millions of street children who live or work on the street. Street children have fallen through society’s cracks – there are few ladders for them to climb back up. They live as their parents did and as their own children are likely to live.
    Children live and work on the street because their parents are poor, they are orphans, or they have run away from home, often to escape abuse. They are invariably malnourished, receive scant education and medical treatment, and are involved in child labour from an early age. Child prostitution, sexual abuse and drug addictions are also major problems faced. Despite being citizens of the same country, these children live in a different world than the children of the emerging middle class. Taken as a separate nation, they represent one of the neediest peoples on the planet.


    The world is turning towards Indian spirituality. India has such a rich culture. Each of us should commit ourselves to protect the beauty of Indian culture.

    There is need to awaken the spirituality from within and think positively about life.

    Indian Youth Club plans to conduct various seminars under guidance of Religious leaders from different religion for the common people so that they contribute to protect our ancient traditions and culture.
    Ours is a tolerant culture and religion and we must have an inclusive approach and set examples of harmony at times when people are fighting in the name of religion and cast.

    India is a melting pot of different languages, communities, cultures and religions. Though India is a country with various language, castes and communities, there is a common thread running through its culture. There is enough evidence in ancient history to prove this. When the world at large is in the fear of drowning in the globalisation process, it is the responsibility of every Indian to contribute to protect our ancient traditions and culture.

    Every Indian should protect culture: INDIAN YOUTH CLUB

    It is the responsibility of every Indian to contribute to protect our ancient tradition and culture
    India is a melting pot of different languages, communities, cultures and religions. Though India is a country with various language, castes and communities, there is a common thread running through its culture. There is enough evidence in ancient history to prove this. When the world at large is in the fear of drowning in the globalisation process, it is the responsibility of every Indian to contribute to protect our ancient traditions and cultures, folk expert Dr C K Navalgi said here recently.

    In India, initially there were around 1,700 languages which added to the traditionality of our country. Now, there are about 170 languages and globalisation is the cause. If this continues, a day will come when even the Kannada language will disappear, added.

    He contended that if we lose our traditional culture, it amounts to losing of self-reliance. In order to encourage others to have prestige for their own language, everybody must give priority and importance to their mother tongue.

    “Ours is a tolerant culture and religion and we must have an inclusive approach and set examples of harmony at times when people are fighting in the name of religion and caste,” the guru said. He also spoke on the importance of meditation and the powerful breathing technique of ‘Sudarshan Kriya’.
    Losing confidence

    INDIAN YOUTH CLUB : said people were losing confidence in political leaders due to lack of credibility. He said they were also pursuing ‘self-centred politics’ without any commitment to serve the nation.


    Indian Youth Club plans to protect environment by doing following things Conservation & survey of flora, fauna, forests and wildlife, Prevention and control of pollution, Afforestation & regeneration of degraded areas, Protection of environment, all within the frame work of legislations. Collection and dissemination of environmental information.

    Indian Youth Club plans to organize various seminars and workshops for Creation of environmental awareness among all sectors of the country’s population.

    Discussion concerning environmental protection often focuses on the role of government, legislation and enforcement, however in its broadest sense environmental protection may be seen to be the responsibility of all people and not simply that of government. Decisions that impact on the environment will ideally involve a broad range of stakeholders including industry, indigenous groups, environmental group and community representatives. Gradually environmental decision-making processes are evolving to reflect this broad base of stakeholders and are becoming more collaborative in many countries.

    Environmental protection is influenced by three interwoven factors: environmental legislation, ethics and education. Each of these factors plays its part in influencing national level environmental decisions and personal level environmental values and behaviors. For environmental protection to become a reality it will be important for societies to develop each of these areas that together will inform and drive environmental decisions.[3] Although environmental protection is not simply the role of government agencies they are however generally seen as being of prime importance in establishing and maintaining basic standards that protect both the environment and the people interacting with it.
    Outlined below are several approaches to environmental protection that are currently evolving. Further discussion on approaches to environmental protection is included on the pages related to natural resource management, environmental governance and environmental law.

    Protection of the Environment

    A clean and healthy environment is part and parcel of the wealth and quality of life that we desire for ourselves now and for our children in the future. People demand that the air they breathe, the water they drink, and the food they eat is free of pollution and contaminants; they want to live undisturbed by noise, and they want to enjoy the beauty of the countryside, unspoiled coastlines and mountain areas. They also want a world that is not threatened by climate change.

    Healthy and balanced natural systems are essential for supporting life on this planet. Society relies on nature to provide us with the resources for our survival: air, water, food, fibers, medicines, and building materials. Children need to grow up aware of the nature around them. As human beings we have a responsibility to preserve the actual value of nature both for ourselves and for future generations.
    In recent decades, there has been a growing realization that the quality of our air, water, soil, and food affect the quality of our health and of our lives. This ranges from increased allergies, respiratory disease, and cancers to the disorder of the body’s hormone and fertility systems, and premature death. The causes of our various environment-health pr
    The scientific researches, conducted over centuries, show that the pollution of the atmosphere reached its top. The contaminants in the air have a negative impact on the health of children, as well as adults. Our respiratory organs, our vision, and our hearing are damaged because of the high amounts of contaminants in the air, water, and soil. A substantial number of people have conditions such as asthma, other respiratory problems or difficulties with additional organs of the body. The contaminants in the air have not only affected humans, but animals as well.

    Scientists warn that climate change, pollution, and other factors may be acting together. This decline has been happening around the world. Costa Rica’s golden toad has not been seen in the wild since 1989. Some people will say they don’t care, but scientists are alarmed because the frog symbolizes the link between the soil, the water, and the air. Much like humans, they enjoy an intimate contact with all three of these vital properties.

    The soil is a natural formation that holds a number of qualities necessary for a living creature. One of the most important qualities of the soil it is its fertility. As human beings, we don’t fully appreciate the value and the great importance of soil free of contaminants. Frequently, we encounter the remainders of construction sites such as: panels, blocks, bricks covered with ashes, and slag. Automobile parts often are cast out and leak fluids onto the soil. As a result, iron and other metals penetrate the soil. Thus, hazardous compounds of arsenic, mercury, and copper accrue into the soil. Therefore, the ever-increasing cycle of the amounts of contents of lead in the soil is never stopped. We can observe this especially on the sides of our roads and highways. Even such substances as mineral fertilizers, created to enhance the soil, can cause damage.

    When houses are built on previously contaminated land, pesticides can easily be brought into the house from the soil, where they contaminate the home in the form of house dust. Pesticide exposure via house dust has been shown to cause higher serum levels of pesticides than what is incurred by eating contaminated foods. There is also the possibility of pesticide contamination by the growing of vegetables in the home garden.

    Topic: The environment is getting worse and worse. What do you think individuals should do to protect environment?

    Most of people’s activities have impact on environment, both in negative or positive sides. However, the environment is getting worse and worse and now it’s the right time for any person to think of the things they can do to protect the environment as well as their own life. There are three easily things that anyone can do to save our Earth.

    Firstly, by protecting plants and trees, we can improve the ecosystem. It can also help balance the climate and reduce the global warming phenomenon. However, the word “protect” here doesn’t either mean that people shouldn’t cut off trees for their economic purposes nor they have to do the huge things. They can take care of trees around their houses; plant them more and more indoors or the surroundings. In addition, trying to limit the demand of using wooden furniture as much as possible is also a good way to reduce the number of cut – off trees.

    Secondly, whenever we can, we should save our energy. In this modern life, almost devices need electricity to operate. And people usually take use of its convenience but forget all about its bad effects. The more energy we use, the more our environment has to suffer. The more energy we can save and change to use “clean energy”, i.e. solar and wind one, the more nature resources will be kept. For instance, from the little things like switch off unnecessary device, using bio fuels will contribute much in the environment protecting campaign.

    Finally, keep your living environment clean is the fastest and the easiest way to protect our environment. If every individual person can be aware of this issue, not only their house but also the whole street, city or even the world can be much cleaner and purer. We should put the trash in the correct areas, take part in the project of Indian youth club to both increase.


    Indian youth club Initiative, is committed to raise the level of education and literacy in rural India and help disadvantaged children realize their full potential. The project seeks to ensure quality education for children in rural areas in order to create equal opportunities for all to participate in and benefit from India’s economic growth.

    With English computer based education, primary education complemented by innovative methods for overall development and blossoming of each individual. Indian youth club empower rural children to meet future challenges. Sad guru’s intention and goal is to start at least many English ‘Computer Friendly’ Matriculation School expected to benefit over all students when fully functional.

    Indian youth club offers several opportunities for committed individuals and socially every person to participate in this endeavor – from donating land to establish a school, providing capital to set up the infrastructure and sponsoring students, to contributing towards various other facilities and equipment, such as computer labs, sports facilities, transport facilities, books, school uniforms, supplemental food for the children etc. Our combined initiative and support will make all the difference in the life and future of rural children who thus far have been deprived of any chances to participate in a fast paced, globalized world.

    Indian youth club are significant ability to reach out to marginalized sections in remote areas where Government welfare schemes have not been able to reach. Indian youth club are close to the field level realities and also have the potential to advocate the marginalized people‚ Indian youth club voice at the national and the international level, seeking to create a more egalitarian social order. At the same time Indian youth club implementing various developmental programs.

    In India, the failure of the state is seen particularly in the field of basic education. There is an urgent need to assure education for all as India accounts for one in four of all children out of school worldwide and half of the population in the country is still illiterate.

    In order to assess the NGOs contribution to the field of education, it is essential to understand what is meant by basic education. At the landmark international meeting, World Conference on Education for All, basic education was defined as indispensable passport to life‚ that will enable people to choose what they do, to share in building up the collective future and to continue learning. Basic education is essential, if inequality among the genders.

    The objectives underlined in the Indian youth club Declaration special significance in the Indian context. Though the right to free compulsory primary education till age 14 is a directive principle of State Policy (Article 45) of the Indian Constitution, universal primary education is yet to become a reality in the country. The problems in India are multifarious in nature. Not only is there an absence of adequate infrastructure but social, economic and cultural barriers as well. Here the NGOs who work in close association with the communities can play a crucial role in imparting effective education to children especially in the areas where the Government schools are not able to cover or they are not functioning properly.

    The Government view

    NGOs are working to fill the vacuum created by the Governmental inaction in the social fields such as education, health etc. Government also recognizes that it is not possible to cover the entire country only through the Governmental agencies. International agencies are also working to support and implement Government‚ efforts in India. For example, the Ministry of Labour has been collaborating with NGOs and in their implementation of and. The Government found it useful to allot the work to the NGOs mainly in two ways. One, NGOs are able to reach out to the needy and the other is that NGOs can show good examples. Another important aspect in the NGO-Government relationship is that NGOs are bridging the Government development schemes with the villages. Under the Ministry of Rural scheme and also trying to make villages aware of various Government schemes meant for the development of poor communities in the project areas.


    Indian youth club organization’s aims to establish an effective crime-solving support system in India , in order to make the streets safe and secure; reduce fear of crime, and of authority, among the public; increase people’s confidence levels in the system, and help ensure justice to victims of crime.
    Indian youth club organization is a support system to the police and the law, where information provided by the public helps fight and prevents crime, the ultimate objective being to make our streets safe and secure.

    Indian youth club organization aims to become the most effective crime-solving tool in the country and to be perceived as such by communities and stakeholders. We will continue to reassure the public by increasing detections, therefore reducing crime and disorder and the fear of crime. We will engage the public in our activities, promoting active citizenship.

    Indian youth club organization known widely to be an independent charity will be nationally recognized as a significant contributor to the fight against crime. Primarily helping the Police to solve crimes it will also help all sectors of the community to prevent and reduce crime, support the Police, and shun a life of crime themselves. All parts of all communities will have confidence in the Indian youth club organization process.

    A 24/7 high quality anonymous information handling operation will be its core, accepting all possible means of communication.’Indian youth club organization’ objectives will be delivered by two supporting operations.

    • To encourage use of the anonymous phone line, and other means of communications, including improving the quality and focused effect of calls. This, supported by projects and campaigns will gain the public’s support in helping to solve crimes.

    • To reduce crime, though engagement with people, particularly with the young and in those communities most affected by crime.

    Indian youth club organization headquarters Office located in Delhi will run an effective communications hub supporting appeals, seeking public support and engaging the media. Public funds from well meaning individuals and organizations will pay for its core budget (staff and running costs), in recognition of the service that Indian youth club organization delivers to the Public Sector. Indian youth club organization itself will raise funds for activity, campaigns, rewards, and programmes of awareness education and engagement.


    Terrorism is the greatest threat for emerging India and it will become major impediment on the way of becoming super power. We have to fight against that. The whole world is seeing that India is booming. We will face many obstacles to maintain our growth. We cannot blame alone to politicians and police for this. We all are equally responsible for this. It will be better if we can understand this as soon as possible and fight against repulsive forces.

    Indian Youth Club Work for people of India:

    First of all every citizen should feel that they are a proud Indian. County should come first not religion. If somebody is doing terror act he is of no religion and he has to be punished. Nobody should take bribe to facilitate these terror jobs. Who is doing this act they are equally responsible for terrorism in the county and they should be treated like terrorists. Please don’t help terrorists. Everybody should be equally alert and if you found some susceptive elements you should inform to police and you can also contact.

    Indian Youth club or any of its members and we will inform the concerned authorities immediately.
    Indian Youth club also think we can start with maintaining the security of important areas like Railways/Port areas / Airports that every passenger come to the checking place and co-operate. It will consume sometime of passengers but they will understand. The followings are to be considered when we are talking about terrorism and how to crack down the terrorism.

    1. Identify what are the reasons of terrorism.
    2. Distinguish between religious terrorism and other terrorism.
    3. Politicians are keeping away from religious favoritism.
    4. Identify, who are the sponsors and bring them to law.
    5. Implement rigid rules against the individuals who are supporting these terrorists by giving living space, vehicles, and communication devices.
    6. Withdraw all privileges of these culprits who are giving living space to these terrorists, as a punishment.
    7. Social organizations should to take a lead to bring all religious fraction preachers and dignitaries to dialogues, and made some constructive decisions to guide the youth to right path.
    8. As more educated persons are involved in terrorists activities, once found guilty bare these individuals from getting employment under government sector and private sectors, and with their educational qualifications.
    9. All parents to watch closely their children’s movement and if found they are associated with anti-national activists bring them to counseling and try to bring back them to normal.
    10 All of us take the initiative, if happens to see any personals who are involved terrorist activities, bring to attention of police.

    If we can maintain the above all are our obligations and duties to our nation as we are enjoying privileges as our rights, we are able to maintain our internal security as good as much.
    To control terrorism please consider the followings:

    1. Tourists movements are to be monitored properly by intelligence and by local police authority.
    2. All mobile/land line, Pre-paid/post paid SIM card providers should be vigilant as much as to avoid supply SIM cards to wrong persons, only issue SIM cards to persons with proper identities like opening bank accounts.
    3. Recruit qualified unemployed personals as part time officers to intelligence department in all populated/pilgrim/business hub areas for to locate/monitor suspects’ movements.
    4. Give free training to fishermen to locate the sea-going terrorist activities.
    5. Government takes a lead to form local intelligence group of residents and be guided by local police officers, to enable residents more on locating terrorists.


    Indian Youth Club Organization: Against Corruption (IYCO) vows to fight against corruption in government offices across the state. As part of their anti-graft crusade, IYCO members have warned wrongdoers of bringing their misdeeds to the notice of the public.
    While Indian Youth Club demands for more transparency in the system and more accountability in governance and the question of eradicating corruption has become imperative to save the country and guarantee employment as well as basic rights to the common people. It has now become the duty of each and every one of us who wants to do something to save the country from being sold and destroyed to strengthen the movement against corruption. We have to pledge to unite people against neo-liberal policies, institutions, corporate companies and governments responsible for corruption and also against those engaged in corruption.

    Citizens face corruption in every sphere of their lives – including healthcare, education, rations and all other rights. But corruption today is not only a matter of morally corrupt individuals. Rather it has been institutionalized by the present phase of rampant privatization policies that have opened the doors for corporate loot of extremely valuable resources like land, minerals, spectrum, etc in the country. These policies have resulted in an unprecedented increase in the scale of corruption, leading to scams amounting to lakhs of crores in these sectors like minerals, natural resources and spectrum.
    Indian Youth Club eager to take steps to prevent corruption in the higher education commissions set up for providing employment to students and youth, and also in all other commissions set up for giving employment and also to establish transparency in their recruitment procedures.

    How to eliminate corruption in India
    Many people think that only government has responsibility for eliminating corruption and we often blames the government; however in view of the level of corruption and the existing framework that we have in India, it is very clear that government alone cannot stop corruption. If we, the people of India and civil society institutions remain unconcerned and hopeless in fighting against corruption then it can never be eliminated or even can’t be reduced. Indian Youth Club thinks that it is the responsibility and duty of every Indian to fight against corruption and IYCO wants to take some actions to promote honesty and integrity and contribute in the motion of ‘Honesty’ in India. We need to promote Excellency and teach our young generation the actual meaning of success.
    No matter what your position is, what your age is, whether you are a government employee or working in a private sector, a student, a retired person or even a housewife, each and every individual has the ability to contribute in eliminating corruption in India and push government, civil society and policy makers to implement more measures at each level.

    Furthermore, fighting corruption requires more than government policy, laws, tools and legal system; it requires awareness of our social responsibility, moral values, excellence in our daily work, etc. We need role models, campaigns, debates, and many different approaches to educate our people, to inspire our young generations, to change the mindset of corrupt people and to tackle with every cause. Moreover it needs willingness, commitment and active participation of media, civic associations, voluntary groups, teachers, students, social workers, etc.
    So don’t sit back; every one of us needs to come forward and take actions. If you are not affected today you will be affected tomorrow.

    Our media can help to bring awareness of these kinds of initiatives, so that others also can learn from them. We have so many TV channels in India, if these channels start inviting role models, social workers, celebrities and youths on one platform to hold debates/discussions and bring awareness of consequences of the increasing corruptions, IYCO believe people will become more active in fighting corruption and improve their ethical qualities.

    The media can interview general public, government officers, etc., if they know about Citizens Charters.

    Our Indian Youth Club Organization can also play a major role in teaching moral values & integrity to our young generation. To bring the awareness and educating the young generation in upholding the honesty, they can also organize debates, discussions and plays in school to encourage the new generation to be an honest citizen.

    If not you, then who? If not now, then when?” Join the ‘Indian Youth Club Organization’ on to build a network of the honest people in India like you to share your thoughts and ideas, forward this to all your Indian friends to create more awareness.