The courage, creativity, ability to learn and high self-esteem are young, accounting for 40.3% of Nepal's total population. This is a major source of empowering, robust energy development and socio-political-economic transformation. Different age groups are considered young in different countries. Nepal's National Youth Policy defines the age group of 16 to 40 years as a youth.
If this demographic trend can be capitalized on the nation-building by developing an educated, skilled, disciplined and entrepreneurial youth force, then the young people will have a leadership role in the social and economic development of the country. National Youth Policy, Youth Foresight, 6-Year Strategic Plan, and National Youth Council have been formed for youth participation. But unfortunately, the programs, policies, and plans targeted by the youth have not been implemented effectively. Young people themselves are unaware of this. The benefits come from those who have access to resources and resources.
The guard of the nation
Youth power is seen as the key to creating a healthy and disciplined civil society. To increase the prestige of the nation, to maintain peace and unity among different sects, languages and cultures and communities, the youth should be transformed into organizational federations according to global values and standards. To develop a disciplined, dignified and peaceful society through the development of mental, intellectual and moral human resources in the society through youth. The implementation of programs related to youth development, necessary training, empowerment, and encouragement is lacking to realize the campaign of 'Guardians of the Young Nation' by conducting special programs from the local level to establish the youth in the employment, agriculture, tourism, and industrial production business.
Change requires the blending of many elements, such as new thinking, energy, consciousness, originality, and hockey. Young people believe in a new, transformative and revolutionary way beyond the old and the outcome of any issue. History has witnessed that without the participation of youth there has been no movement, change, war, and development. In this sense, youthfulness is both an opportunity and a challenge if it cannot be truly mobilized.
In the past, remittances from youth through foreign employment have made significant contributions to the national economy. The government and the parties established in the national politics on the one hand announce the targeted programs of youth in the country, dream of 'earning a billion' in the name of education and employment with the new destination countries on the other side, becoming popular among the youth, submitting passports to the embassies of different countries, and run by the country and the power-savvy seniors. Tradition is regrettable.
Whether to manage competent and skilled youth in a productive financial sector at home? Young people are the power to play a central role in the socio-cultural and economic transformation of the homeland. Even today, youths have an active role in the fields of education, bank financial services, social and political levels, in the areas of national international peace security, information, science technology, development construction, health, sports, tourism, climbing. Some Nepali youths are well known. There is a potential for rapid change if these opportunities are provided at a crucial level.
Kim Jong, who has been in widespread discussion for the last time when he looks at the international environment, is shaking the world from a small country in North Korea. 39-year-old Emanuel Macron is trying to lift the country further by becoming the president of France in an industrial revolution.
These boys have no prison experience nor long understanding and experience of politics. They only have a strong desire for how to prosper the country, a deep knowledge of related topics and a sense of selfless leadership. The theme implies that the country does not receive the expected benefit from the youth due to the unwillingness of the elderly people to move to the chair for the sake of opportunity and position. With the inspiration of the old generation, the new generation should be encouraged to move as far as possible based on inclusion and participation.
It is important for the older generation to play a leading role for society and the country, to be honest, and dynamic towards society and to become a strong pillar for economic and social transformation. Without youth participation, the development of a nation is impossible. Properly mobilizing youth labor, skills and discretion are not so complicated to institutionalize economy and sustainable development.
In the current federalism, decentralized governance system, there is a lack of physical infrastructure and skilled manpower at the local level. In the absence of youth, the public service delivery of the local bodies is slow. There is an urgent need for young leaders to make a strong presence as an advisor.
Young is the current partner. Change and development of the country are possible through the empowerment of youth. Education is the fundamental right of health, employment youth. Sustainability can be sustained only if the participation of the youth is ensured in every area of socio-cultural, economic, political. Due to youth unemployment, illiteracy, financial constraints, mental stress, which are contributing to a prosperous and prosperous country, the countries are not able to come to the mainstream of development.
Youth for Sustainable Development
Nepal Youth Council, with the mantra 'Entrepreneurship Youth-rich Country: Sustainable Environment in the Sustainable Development Goals', organized a conference with Youth Participants from across the country on the occasion of International Youth Day, Tourism Nepal, Year 9, Under-9 gender equality, sustainable development goals, youth leadership, and youth entrepreneurship. Yes. The program will look to strengthen youth empowerment, leadership development, social participation, and transformation.
Social participation and leadership empowerment are essential elements as the backbone of development mainstreaming are young. Youth alert is always required for good governance, transparency, and rule of law, where the voice is weak, development stalled, change stalled. Therefore, the role of youth in caring for change is endless. The responsibility of epoch-making change and development lies in the skilled shoulders of Nepali youth. The effective implementation of the National Youth Policy-1 has to be integrated into the socio-economic transformation and empowerment of the young country.
In the past, the voices of the youth became limited in the streets, limited in movement, use of force and ruthless activity. Now leadership should be included, present at the practical and responsible level. The country is not governed by one's contract, it is not just for economic prosperity or development by speaking. For a productive, decent social, economic and political transformation, the youth must be self-consciously pushing the leadership level, giving advice, supporting necessary support and being self-active.