india of my dreams

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This is a presentation where the dreams of 5 college students have been shown.. Its not what they dream of their own.. Its what they dream about their nation--- INDIA

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India of our dreams…:

India of our dreams…

Who made it…..:

Who made it….. Neelabja Manna Sourav Ghosh Prateep Dasgupta Bijoya Chowdhury Neelambuj Banerjee

Shortcomings in our country:

Shortcomings in our country Poverty Illiteracy and Overpopulation Politics Corruption Problems in youth Terrorism Pollution

Poverty :

Poverty Poverty is widespread in India, with the nation estimated to have a third of the world's poor. World Bank estimates, 80% of India's population lives on less than $2 a day…

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How to deal… Eradication of poverty in India is generally only considered to be a long-term goal. Poverty alleviation is expected to make better progress in the next 50 years than in the past, as a trickle-down effect of the growing middle class. Increasing stress on education, reservation of seats in government jobs and the increasing empowerment of women and the economically weaker sections of society, are also expected to contribute to the alleviation of poverty.

Illiteracy and overpopulation:

Illiteracy and overpopulation India has 456 million people, 41.6% of its population, living below the new international poverty line of $1.25 (PPP) per day. The World Bank further estimates that 33% of the global poor now reside in India.. The literacy level is well below the world average literacy rate of 84% and India currently has the largest illiterate population of any nation on earth. Despite government programs, India's literacy rate increased only "sluggishly," and a 1990 study estimated that it would take until 2060 for India to achieve universal literacy at then-current rate of progress.

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What we dream…:

What we dream… Certain measures like family planning, sex education and access to proper information will help us to control the menace of overpopulation. The bulk of Indian illiterates live in the country's rural areas, where social and economic barriers play an important role in keeping the lowest strata of society illiterate. Government programmes alone, however well intentioned, may not be able to dismantle barriers built over centuries. Major social reformation efforts are sometimes required to bring about a change in the rural scenario

Politics :

Politics

What we’ve realized…:

What we’ve realized… People in India are getting overindulged in politics. Political debates not only creates controversies but also leads to violence. In the last decade thousands of people have died as a result of political riots and violence.

What we expect…. :

What we expect…. We expect our country to get rid of this hazard in the future. People should get proper education and should have the knowledge to distinguish good and bad. The political parties should only work for people’s benefits and should take every step to stop these type of violence..

CORRUPTION:

CORRUPTION Corruption in India is a major concern. A 2005 study done by Transparency International in India found that more than 75% of the people had firsthand experience of paying bribe or peddling influence to get any type of job done in a public office. Taxes and bribes are a daily life fact, common between state borders; Transparency International estimates that truckers pay annually 200 billion rupees in bribes . India tops the list for black money in the entire world with almost US$1456 billion in Swiss banks (USD 1.4 trillion approximately) in the form of black money. According to the data provided by the Swiss Banking Association Report (2006), India has more black money than the rest of the world combined. Indian Swiss bank account assets are worth 13 times the country’s national debt .

Some of the scams..:

Some of the scams.. Bofors scam 2G scam Satyam Scam IPL scam Commonwealth games scam Match fixing scam (2000) Stamp paper scam And the list continues to grow …..

Efforts by government:

Efforts by government Right to information act Creation of Anti-Corruption Police and Courts Civil sector initiatives What we wish…. Corruption stops India from becoming a developed nation. India is poor because it is corrupt. Let us Fight corruption to realize our dream of Corruption Free India.

Problems in youth:

Problems in youth The Reasons: Pressures for Performance in Schools and Colleges Career Decision and Unemployment Emotional and Sexual Adjustment The Consequences: Drugs, narcotics and alcohol. Suicides. Psychological issues.

How to fight against…:

How to fight against… Creating a supportive family environment Sensitizing youth about the adverse effects of substance abuse. Investing to promote youth employment. Exploring young people’s mental health profile in greater depth. What we dream is to have a physically, mentally sound and healthy young generation ..

…TERRORISM…:

…TERRORISM… Terrorism in India is primarily attributable to religious communities and Naxalite radical movements. The regions with long term terrorist activities today are Jammu and Kashmir, Mumbai, Central India. As of 2006, at least 232 of the country’s 608 districts were afflicted, at differing intensities, by various insurgent and terrorist movements. In August 2008, National Security Advisor M K Narayanan has said that there are as many as 800 terrorist cells operating in the country.

What we’ve witnessed…..:

What we’ve witnessed…..

Let’s be united…:

Let’s be united… India cannot solve the problem of terrorism by standard military means alone. It also needs a silent approach, which will help people focus more on peaceful means of settling differences. The government should think more about the security of the common man than the security of politicians and ministers. The irony of our security system is , most of the NSG commandos in India are employed to provide security to the ministers. Since they are busy with their duties , they are not trained on the latest techniques of rescue. All the main cities should have a terror rescue team containing trained defense people.

Pollution:

Pollution The environmental problems in India are growing rapidly. The increasing economic development and a rapidly growing population that has taken the country from 300 million people in 1947 to more than one billion people today is putting a strain on the environment, infrastructure, and the country’s natural resources. Industrial pollution, soil erosion, deforestation, rapid industrialization, urbanization, and land degradation are all worsening problems. Over exploitation of the country's resources be it land or water and the industrialization process has resulted in the environmental degradation of resources.

How to control…:

How to control… To protect the environment from the adverse effects of pollution, many nations worldwide have enacted legislation to regulate various types of pollution as well as to mitigate the adverse effects of pollution. Certain methods which should be used : A forestation Dust collection systems Scrubbers Sewage treatment Vapor recovery systems Proper education must be provided to make people aware of the harmful consequences of pollution

OUR DREAMS. . . . :

OUR DREAMS. . . . To see India as one of the most developing nations. India, in our dreams shall rise in the community of nations as the country which the weakest of neighbors shall not fear and which the most powerful country in the world shall not be able to threaten or blackmail. India of our dreams is essentially an integral India where a Pakistani Muslim won't have to procure a visa in search of the roots of his evolution; where, likewise, for an Indian the great Indus Valley Civilization does not fall in a foreign country; and where a Bengali Hindu refugee will finally shed the bitter memories of Dacca and a Bangladeshi Muslim will not be hounded as a foreign national in India.

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We want India to be scientifically advanced, technologically better and agriculturally advanced. We would like to build an India where logic and scientific ideas. Blind faith and fanaticism as well as crude emotionalism and coarse sentimentalism shall never rule. We would like to bring India at the apex of scientific and technological progress because modern age is an age of science and information technology. The India of our dreams would be an India that is self-sufficient in food. All the barren lands would be cultivated for achieving self-sufficiency in food-grains. Agriculture would be given special attention because agriculture is the backbone of Indian economy. Another Green Revolution would be brought about by launching intensive agricultural programmes and farmers would be asked to use better seeds fertilizers as well as modern tools and implements .

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India, being a country of social contrasts and enormous ethnic, linguistic and cultural diversity should be in a state where there would be no racism and regionalism. First of all, we would want to curb communalism, whatever its shape or form may be. All such tendencies, which fan the forces of separatism and disruption, have to be eliminated. Secondly, we want India to be scientifically and technologically advanced. We would like India to be at the apex of scientific and technological progress, and give due importance to science and information technology because modern age is an age of science and information technology. All the shortcomings mentioned in the presentation should be tackled bravely.. THIS IS WHAT WE FEEL……..

Bibliography:

Bibliography India of my dreams by M.K.Gandhi www.wikipedia.com www.google.com www.incredibleindia.org

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JAI HIND ..

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