Empowering Youth Through MY Bharat: A Literary Rendition

On the 21st of December 2023, at 4:38 PM, as announced by the Press Information Bureau (PIB) in Delhi, an impressive cohort of over 2.6 million young individuals has officially enrolled on the MY Bharat portal. This noteworthy participation in Empowering Youth Through MY Bharat is a testament to the resounding success of the Youth Police Experiential Learning Program, meticulously orchestrated in collaboration with the Police Departments of various States and Union Territories. It is noteworthy that, as of the current moment, no financial allocations have been sanctioned.

A momentous event transpired on the 31st of October, 2023, marking the grand conclusion of the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.’ The national-level Meri Maati Mera Desh campaign’s Amrit Kalash Yatra took center stage during the closing ceremony at Kartavya Path in New Delhi. This event served as the backdrop for the inauguration of ‘Mera Yuva Bharat (MY Bharat),’ an autonomous entity propelled by cutting-edge technology. MY Bharat, functioning as a comprehensive catalyst, aspires to instill ‘Kartavya Bodh’ and ‘Seva Bhaav’ within the youth during the Amrit Kaal.

The Motive Of Youth Development 

Positioned as a transformative force, MY Bharat envisions itself as a technologically sophisticated enabler, dedicated to fostering youth development and youth-led progress. Its overarching objective is to furnish impartial opportunities, empowering the youth to manifest their ambitions and actively contribute to the establishment of a ‘Viksit Bharat’—a developed India—across the entire governmental spectrum.

Accessibility And Significance

Aspiring youth nationwide can engage with the MY Bharat platform, accessible at https://www.mybharat.gov.in/, and partake in a myriad of opportunities offered therein. This distinctive platform, named ‘Mera Yuva Bharat,’ endeavors to construct a harmonious blend of physical and digital realms, creating an ecosystem that emboldens young individuals to serve as transformative agents within their communities. 

Equipped with a digital network and access to volunteer opportunities, the youth assumes the role of a Yuva Setu, forging a vital link between the Government and the citizenry. Presently, the portal extends the provision to engage in the National Youth Festival 2024 and partake in experiential learning programs within State Police Departments.

The disclosure of this information occurred through a written response by Union Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports, Shri Anurag Singh Thakur, addressing an inquiry presented by Shri B. Lingaiah Yadav in the Rajya Sabha today.

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