In this week’s episode of the Subhash Chandra Show that was held in Raisoni Group of Institutions in Nagpur, Shri Subhash Chandra interacts with 700 students on the subject of ‘Young Indians and Their New India’
Sharing his views on Young Indians and Their New India, Subhash Ji expressed that even after British exited India, the state of the nation remains as it was then and we as a nation have failed to fully address social and economic backwardness of large parts of the country. He says, “We are still engulfed in problems that were present before the Independence.”
Speaking about the potential of the youth in India he says, “Youth is an important section of the society as they are enthusiastic, vibrant, innovative and dynamic in nature. They have the power & capability to bring out the changes- be it economic, cultural or political development of a nation. If their energy level is utilized properly then it can do wonders for the society. India’s growing working age population is an advantage as the average age of the country will remain young for a long time”
Subhash Ji guided the young students on how to fight against the nation’s biggest challenge – Corruption and Rape. He says, “Corruption is the biggest challenge we are facing today. One cannot fight against corruption alone.”
The first guest on the show is motivational speaker Flight Lieutenant Shiwalee Deshpande Ji (RETD) who is also the first woman in the country to command a Passing Out Parade at the Air Force Academy. She is the founder Trustee of Prahar- Samaj Jagruti Sanstha which aims at spreading soldierly qualities in the society namely discipline, courage, vigilance, values of life & patriotism. She provides expert guidance to Prahar Military School a venture of Prahar Organisation. It is noteworthy that till date more than 275 girls & boys motivated by Prahar are Officers in the Armed Forces.
The second guest on the show is changemaker Shri Ram Ingole , Founder of Vimlashram who through their life journey and experiences motivates the students. He has been working for the betterment of needy children from different categories in and around Nagpur for over three decades. Running residential schools, family centres, and community based programmes and coordinated care intervention, especially for children of sex workers from Ganga Jamuna Red Light Area in Nagpur and children of quarry workers in Panchgaon area.
Subhash Ji concluded the interaction by urging the students to stand up and to work, to think as ‘We’ and not ‘Me’ in order to make India free from social and economic backwardness. He says, “Learn to move ahead in life with courage and determination.”