Please Sign Up/Login to continue reading ...
1) Access to Mock Tests
2) Access to high quality preparation content
Updated : Thursday, 31 March, 2016 10:15 AM
Is the youth of India confident or confused?
After having cleared cutoff percentile at MBA Institute, you will be invited for Group Discussion and now it is must for you to practice with variety of GD topics.
Read and develop points for discussion for GD Topic : Is the youth of India confident or confused?
It is rightly believed that the young population of any country is its biggest asset. As a matter of fact, the young people of a country make the most coveted human resource of any nation. India is the second fastest growing economy in the world and it is believed that if the youth of this country is projected in the right direction, it wouldn’t be late before the economy starts progressing even more and becomes the fastest growing economy of the world. According to a survey conducted in 2007, approximately 60% of the population of India consists of people below the age of 24. Hence, the youth power of this nation is extremely high. The question however is- Is the youth of India motivated enough to strive for change and for good? Is the youth of India confident enough to make a change in the society and the fate of the country? Or, is the youth of India, more than anything else, is confused about the direction in which they are moving ahead?
The crux of the matter is that the youth of this nation has witnessed a change that is so remarkable that they actually need time to analyze the prevalent situation. India, as a nation, has changed drastically in the last two decades. Post the 1991 economic reforms that marked the beginning of foreign ventures in India, this country have come a very long way. The present condition of this nation is hardly anything like what it used to be twenty years back. Shopping malls, multiplexes, metros etc. have become quite common these days. The youth of India has been engulfed in an array of western influence while still remaining in the traditional Indian setting. Globalization and Capitalism has been very successful in erasing the boundaries that existed between the nations. Today, the youth of India stays glued to Americana and British sit-coms and gets more inspired by the Hollywood movies rather than the Indian television shows or the Bollywood Masala movies. Moreover, a major chunk of the Indian youth population gets employed by foreign companies who have invested in India. Struggling to stay grounded between the western influence and the Indian roots, is the youth of India confused or confident?