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  2. January 12 "Give me 100 energetic young men and I shall transform India " "My hope of the future lies in the youths of character, intelligent, renouncing all for the service of others, and obedient – good to themselves and the country at large.” Swami Vivekananda
  3. What is youth? The Youth, i.e. those falling within the age group of 15-29 years constitutes nearly 40% of the total population of India. This group which is the most vibrant and dynamic segment of the country’s population constitutes potentially its most valuable human resource. What is youth welfare? A practice field that focuses attention on issues, problems, and policies related to the welfare of youths, and the enhancement of social functioning of youths.
  4. Objectives of Youth welfare There are two objectives: 1.It should take up those activities that contribute towards self expression,personality development, character formation an citizenship.. 2. it should take up those activites that lead to organized action in the service of the community & the nation
  5. The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports is a branch of the Government of India which administers the Department of Youth Affairs and the Department of Sports in India. Anurag Thakur is the current Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports followed by his Deputy Minister Nisith Pramanik.
  6. Department of Youth To optimally tap their constructive and creative energies, the Department pursues the twin objectives of personality building and nation building, i.e. developing the personality of youth and involving them in various nation-building activities. As most of the issues concerning young people are the functions of other Ministries/ Departments, like Education, Employment & Training, Health and Family Welfare, etc. the role of the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports is to act as a facilitator and catalytic agent. Department of Sports Sports promotion is primarily the responsibility of the various National Sports Federations which are autonomous. The role of the Government is to create the infrastructure and promote capacity building for broad-basing sports as well as for achieving excellence in various competitive events at the national and international levels.D The department schemes are geared towards achieving these objectives.
  7. Budget allocation of Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports -2023 The Budget allocation for the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports has been increased by 11%in comparison toFY 2022-23. The Budget allocation is more than three times the budget of 2011-12 and is almost two times the budget of 2014-15. The Budget allocation for the Department of Sports is Rs. 2462.59 croreagainst the last year’s allocation of Rs. 2254crore andfor the Department of Youth Affairs is Rs. 934.73 croreagainst the last year’s allocation of Rs. 808.60 crore
  8. .Major schemes/organisations of the Ministry having substantial increase of budget outlay this year are Khelo India (Rs. 1000 crore), Sports Authority of India (Rs. 785.52 crore), Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan(Rs. 401.49 crore), National Sports Federations(Rs. 325 crore) National Service Scheme(Rs. 325 crore
  9. Khelo India Scheme Fit India Movement Target Olympic Podium Mission Olympic Cell SCHEMES
  10. Khelo India Khelo India: National Programme for Development of Sports, branded as Khelo India. Aim: improving India's sports culture at the grass-root level through organized talent identification, structured sporting competitions and infrastructure development. The Khelo India programme is a national scheme launched by the Central Government to improve the performance of India in sports. It was launched in Delhi in 2018 by former Sports Minister Col. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore.Who is eligible for Khelo India? Khelo India Youth Games (KIYG), formerly Khelo India School Games (KISG), are the annual national level multidisciplinary grassroot games in India held in January or February for two categories, namely under-17 years school students and under-21 college students.
  11. Fit India Movement ​FIT INDIA Movement was launched on 29th August, 2019 by Hon'ble Prime Minister with a view to make fitness an integral part of our daily lives. The mission of the Movement is to bring about behavioural changes and move towards a more physically active lifestyle. The launch of Fit India Freedom Run 3.0 took place at the Major Dhyanchand National Stadium in New Delhi on Sunday morning on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti today. Aim:To promote fitness as easy, fun and free. To spread awareness on fitness and various physical activities that promote fitness through focused campaigns. To encourage indigenous sports. To make fitness reach every school, college/university, panchayat/village, etc.
  12. Target Olympic podium The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports' main initiative, the Target Olympic Podium Scheme, aims to support India's finest athletes. The scheme aims to improve these athletes' training so they can win Olympic medals. In September 2014, the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports (MYAS) launched the Target Olympics Podium Scheme (TOPS or TOP Scheme) in an effort to fulfill India's aim of winning an Olympic medal at the 2016 (Rio) and 2020 (Tokyo) OlympicsThe chief objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance and other help to athletes in their pursuit of medals in the Olympics and other international sporting events.
  13. Mission Olympic cell It is a flagship program of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. MOC members from across India, travel to Delhi every month to discuss TOPS related agendas. During the peak of the COVID-19 outbreak, the meetings were moved to a virtual platform so that the athletes did not suffer due to delays.MISSION OLYMPIC CELL To support, monitor and review progress of athletes in accordance with the training programs. To take decisions on sudden and unanticipated requirements/needs of athletes. To communicate regularly with the athletes on their progress, requirements and perspectives.
  14. The Sports Development Authority of Tamilnadu is the official Sports organ of the Govt.ofTamilnadu. Its role is to promote sports and physical fitness throughout the state, utilizing resources drawn from the Government , SportsAssociations , Sports minded Philanthropists , Institutions and anyone committed to Sports and physical fitness. Vision :To empower a sustainable sports culture and create world – class sports infrastructure in the state of Tamilnadu Mission:To promote and encourage quality participation and performance by Tamilnadu Sportspersons at National and international events through recognition, quality training, support schemes, and world – class infrastructure. An objective to initiate, formulate , implement and monitor schemes to assist over all personality growth among youth by way of adventure training , community service, Youth exchange programmes and Programmes to improve over all services to the youth. Youth Welfare And Sports Development Department - Tamilnadu Youth cultural trails for National Nehru YuvaKendra clubs at villages National service scheme Red cross NCC Scouts Minister-Thiru Udhayanidhi Stalin
  15. Schemes of Youth and sports development of TamilNadu All India Service Examinations like I.A.S., I.P.S., I.R.S. Annal Gandhi Memorial Award - Two (One Boy and One Girl) Hindu AD Students in each district who have secured first rank in the 12th Std Public Examinations and continue their studies. Awards to Bright Students Chief Minister Merit Award- Given Rs.3000/- per annum for 5 years Chief Minister s Merit Award DISTRICT LEVEL PRIZES PUBLIC EXAMINATION 10th Standard and 12th standard FREE EDUCATION SCHEME Free education scholarship for Professional Courses (Engineering, Medical, Agriculture, Veterinary and Law) Free education scholarship for three year Diploma (Polytechnic Courses)P Prize Schemes to the Students STATE LEVEL PRIZES Unemployed Youth Employment Generation Programme (UYEGP)