International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Management | India | Volume 3 Issue 4, April 2014

Karwar Youths in Education and Development Process

Soniya K. Bandodkar | Dhruva B. Jyothi

Abstract: In the present world, youth and education are related phenomenon because youths are making their future with the help of education. Education is the basic requirement of the present society. With the help of education an individual can lead a good life and survive anywhere in the world. Education is the way where the young generation can achieve their goals. Education is the true alchemy that can bring world to its next golden age. Education is a form of learning in which the knowledge, skills and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to next generation through teaching, training and research. Youths are the assets of the country and they are the creator of the nation. The fact that, youths are the most enthusiastic creators and interpreters of innovative culture and lifestyles. Thus, Education is central to development and to the improvement of the lives of youth. The main objectives behind this study are Education is the key factor for the development, how education contributes for the development and socialization of the youth, to known the various problems of the youths. Methodology: The researcher has collected data with the help of primary method and researcher has also intended to make use of secondary data and other sources like, books, journals. Findings: Due to the education, youths are migrating from rural to city area. Education brings changes in the behaviour patterns and they mix up all with sections of the people and Education may provide the knowledge to understand the various problems faced by the younger generation and it may also possible to overcome from those problems through the various agents. Without Education it is difficult to lead a life in present society. In conclusion, Education is important in eradicating poverty, hunger and promoting sustained, inclusive and equitable economic growth and sustainable development. It can be said that youth are rapidly becoming a highly visible social group throughout the developing world and rural India. Therefore above the theme is essential for the purpose of study.

Keywords: Youths, Education, Development, Socialisation, Society

Edition: Volume 3 Issue 4, April 2014,

Pages: 185 - 188

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