National Seminar on Youth in India: Education and Employment at Mahamaya Rajkiya Mahavidalaya 14-15 Dec [Submit by 20 Nov]

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About the Seminar 
The emergence of a knowledge-driven society demonstrated that everything can and must change and that the process of change is a continuous search for better solutions. Indeed, new scientific discoveries and technological innovations have become an integral part of our everyday biography. Objects we had grown accustomed to have been replaced by newer and more efficient products. If anything is truly permanent, it is change itself. Research has substantively established an inter-linkage between countries that embrace innovation and, thus, change, and economic prosperity. People in such countries think different. They are more adventurous, less risk averse and open to experimenting. On the other hand, Governments and the bureaucracy in emerging or developing economies like ours, tend to suffer from an acute disavowal of all that challenges existing paradigms. New ways of viewing worry them. Consequently, our schools and colleges are unable to respond to the rapidly changing educational needs of a knowledge economy.

Aim of Seminar
The national seminar titled ‘YOUTH IN INDIA: EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT’ aims to motivate the participants to understand the problems faced by Youth in India with reference to education and employment.

Themes of Sessions
  • Changing scenario of education system
  • Need of revamping education
  • Challenges and strategies in revamping education
  • Role of government in revamping education
  • Higher education in India: Vision 2025
  • Challenges of quality in education
  • Best practices in quality management
  • Quality management in higher education – Indian Perspectives
  • Role of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC)
  • Role of education and training
  • Linking market and skill
  • Skill Development: Government and Private initiatives
  • Youth at risk: Problems and Challenges
  • Skills for urban and rural youth
  • Skill Development : Deficits and Abundance
  • Skill Development and Entrepreneurship
  • Women and Skill
  • Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY)
  • Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) 2005
  • Sampoorna Gramin Rozgar Yojana (SGRY)
  • Jawahar Rozgar Yojana/Jawahar Gram Samriddhi Yojana
  • Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP)
  • Youth and Technology
  • Mobilizing Youth and Youth Action
  • Poverty and education
  • Youth Empowerment
  • Opportunities for Youth
  • Failure of District Employment Exchanges
Important Deadlines
  • Submission of full length papers: 20 November 2019
  • Notification of Acceptance: 25 November 2019
Registration Details
  • Faculty Members    1000 (with Book)    600 (Without Book)
  • Research Scholars/Students   900 (with Book) 400 (Without Book)
Only full length articles along with an abstract are to be send online to Dr Vishal Dubey, Organising Secretary. 

Dr Anjeli Garg [9528967132] 
Mr Mukesh Kumar [9045146122]
Dr Raj Kumar [9410892374]
Mr Anuj Kumar [9411869433]
Mr Manoj Arya [7534924053]

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