Role Of youth for Development of Pakistan
I'm not here to revise the same trend as earlier do for describing the hurdles of policy & opportunity which are facing by youth. I’m here to present something different such as the positive effort that youth has trying to do on its own behalf, and trying to fulfill 3 basic principles gave by our great leader Quaid-e-Azam such as Faith, Unity, Discipline, those are somewhere in the wilderness. Definition of Youth:
As per books, Youth is an alternative word to the scientifically-oriented adolescent and the common term of teen and teenager, another common title for youth is young person or young people or pupil. And according to United Nation the term Youth will be fixed on those who are in between 15-25 years of age. And for now according to my research youth is that spark which needs no ignition. The young or youth do not enough to be prudent, and therefore youth attempt the impossible and achieve it, generation after generation. Our Youth is socially responsible and moreover working dedicatedly to see Pakistan attains and developed status. Historical Background:
If we see in the history of youth, it starts when our beloved prophet Hazrat Mohammad S.A.W was born. After sometime when prophet started prophecy Hazrat Ali R.A was the first in the youth of that time who accept Islam. And all fourth companions who stand with our prophet at every timely help, and we also understand their major title because of the sincerity of these companions with their thought and teaching such as: Trade relates with Hazrat Abu-Bakar, Justice relates to Hazrat Umar R.A, Generosity relates Hazrat Usman R.A, Education & Teaching relates to Hazrat Ali R.A. They are the youth of that time who fought against injustice, illiteracy. And fight for Allah and his Prophet for their teaching, way of life, rules for survival, humankind, for justice, equality, trade, and for peace for the sake of truth. And time by time they and...
...Contents [hide] * 1 In rhetoric and poetry * 2 In theater * 3 Social decorum * 4 Notes * 5 References * 6 External links |
In rhetoric and poetry
In classical rhetoric and poetic theory, decorum designates the appropriateness of style to subject. Both Aristotle (in, for example, his Poetics) and Horace (in his Ars Poetica) discussed the importance of appropriate style in epic, tragedy, comedy, etc. Horace says, for example: "A comic subject is not susceptible of treatment in a tragic style, and similarly the banquet ofThyestes cannot be fitly described in the strains of everyday life or in those that approach the tone of comedy. Let each of these styles be kept to the role properly allotted to it."
Hellenistic and Latin rhetors divided style into: the grand style, the middle style and the low (or plain) style; certain types of vocabulary and diction were considered appropriate for each stylistic level. A discussion of this division of styles was set out in the pseudo-Ciceronian Rhetorica ad Herennium. Modeled on Virgil's three-part literary career (Bucolics, Georgics, Aeneid), ancient, medieval and Renaissance theorists often linked each style to a specific genre: epic (high style), didactic (middle style) and pastoral (plain style). In the Middle Ages, this concept was called "Virgil's wheel". For stylistic purists, the mixing of styles within a work was considered inappropriate,...
...Role of Youth for a Positive Pakistan
Arsalan Ahmed Khan
SE - Metallurgy Engineering
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The destiny of a nation is vested with the youngsters. These are the people if guided correctly; they can modify the course of the world. They have the might of extensive thinking, hard struggle, innovation and advancement. The youth are ready to adapt changes because they are young they are in search of truth, they are open to different ideas contrary to the people who are mature and old. Allama Iqbal realized the strength of youth in these wordings:
"I have love for those youngsters who pull down the stars."
Today Pakistan is facing many challenges from within and beyond. Terrorism, drone attacks, pitiful law and order situation, bad economic conditions, education dilemma, corruption, energy crisis and so many others. There are many factors behind these problems, but one of the most important and vital is the foreign influence that is weakening Pakistan. Pakistan is not completely independent yet. The policies both political and economic are framed partially or completely by the involvement of big players. Their involvement is not confined to that extent but even more, they are spreading defeatist ideas using different tools. Youth are the actual target, they are made confused and thus they start imitating the society...
...Role of youth in Transforming India
‘Youth is like a fire
It crept forward.
A Spark at first
Growing into a flame
The brightening into a Blaze’.
Martin Luther has said, "I have a Dream" and the dream come largely true. If he had not thought of that dream he would have accomplished nothing in his life. To climb high one has to think of climbing the Everest. One may not go higher than 10000 feet but even that will not be attained if you have no better dreams of going up to the top floor of your office in a life.
Youth is the spring of Life. It is the age of discovery and dreams. When they dream they dream not only for the good future of themselves but also for the good future for nation and entire humanity. Their dreams take them to stars and galaxies to the far corners of the unknown and some of them like our own Kalpana Chawla pursue their dream, till they realize it and die for it in process. We have saniya nehwal who is one of the top competitors in tennis. Then is our very own boxing champion- vijendra singh who won the prestigious medal in Olympics.we have many others like them. India is having the largest youth population in the world today.
Role of Youth
A. The youth can play a vital role in the implementation of...
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The Role of Christian Youth in Nation Building
The notion of nation-building presupposes that the nation itself is in need of building; or rebuilding, in some cases. The term nation-building in its original sense referred to newly-independent nations in Africa to reshape colonial territories that had been carved out by colonial powers without regard to ethnic or other boundaries. This would later include the creation of paraphernalia such as flags, national anthems, national days, national languages and so on. At the heart of this lay the deep-rooted need to search for a national identity.
For many Asian countries bar a few, this was certainly the case. Countries like Malaysia and Singapore (then Malaya), Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, and so on, have had to grapple with their respective national identities in a post-colonial world. A nation’s identity is usually framed along certain themes. In Malaysia, it has been “unity in diversity”, in dealing with the reality of a multiethnic and multi-religious society.
Each nation will have its individual identity based on specific cultural and historical heritage, language, norms and social frameworks. However, can it also be said that our faiths should inform national identity, and hence be instrumental in shaping the nation-building process? What role does Christianity play in the shaping of a nation? The question to ask ourselves within our...
...ROLE OF STUDENTS IN BUILDING NATION
hi jd . students are building stones of a nation bcoz their curiosity to learn and their excitement to do something new for a country work wonders, and they are really very energetic. and they have a thirst for knowledge which can help develop a countryt like india .who knows that maybe a student will make india a super power in 1-2 years. so thats it . bye
fashion affecting youth
Fashion has now become unseparate part of youth. Fashion effects to our lives by getting us involved something new. Maybe it depends on the weather or seasonal change.
In my opinion, there are two points positive and negative effects of fashion on youth. First of all, I could say about positive effects of fashion, that girls or boys use of fashion to attract representatives of their contrary part. For example, every young people want to have fashionable dressing couple. They pay attention to one another clothes, hairstyle, jewellery and so on. By this way, they seem having attractive appearance and give pleasure each others. Thus, it cause good relation between them.
After looking at this example, we can see obviously advantage part of fashion for youth. In spite of previous example, we can point out negative effect. At present, youth think only new fashion and this cause spending much money. Therefore, they are not able to take notice other needs. As a matter of fact,...
...Q.3. Describe the Maslow’s theory of Motivation.
Theories of Motivation
Different management scholars to explain how behaviour is energized, gets started, sustained, directed or stopped have propounded several theories.
Maslow’s Needs Hierarchy Theory
Maslow’s need priority model is one of the most widely referred to theories of motivation. Abraham Maslow, a clinical psychologist, thought (1943) that a person’s motivational needs could be arranged in a hierarchical manner, starting in an ascending order from the lowest to the highest needs and concluded that once a given level of needs (set of needs) was satisfied, if ceased to be a motivator. The next higher level of need to be motivated in order to motivate the individual. Although the hierarchical aspects of Maslow’s theory are subject to question and often not accepted, his identification of basic needs has been fairly popular.
The five categories of needs may be described as follows:
1. Physiological Needs
These are the basic needs for sustaining human life itself: needs for food, drink, shelter, clothing, sleep, sex etc. Man can live on bread alone, if there is no bread. But once these basic needs are satisfied, they no longer motivate.
2. Safety Needs
Safety or securing needs are concerned with freedom from physical or psychological (mental) harm, danger, deprivation or threat, such as loss of jobs, property, food, clothing or shelter.
3. Social Or Affiliation Or Acceptance Needs
These are belongingness...
...Role of the Youth in Nation Building
Youth power is a recognized force in the world today. The youth are filled with tremendous energy and towering ambitions. They can be utilized as a constructive and as a destructive force by any nation.
During the eighties, the youth power made itself prominent in many socialist countries of Europe and in China. Tianamen Square in Beijing, China witnessed a powerful demonstration.
Thousands of Chinese youth sacrificed their lives in order to bring democracy in that autocratic State. Wherever there are riots in any country, political forces use the youth power to promote their interest During the riots against Mandal Commission in India, thousands of college students agitated in the streets of the cities. Many of them committed self-immolation.
India is a large country with a population of 100 crore individuals. Those between the age of 15 to form more than 50 per cent of the total population. The majority of youth comprises this age group.
The students, employees, workers, farmers and persons from various professions —including the unemployed educated —are the citizens which really matter in all walks and disciplines of our national life.
Unfortunately, a large number of these are without proper guidelines about their futures. It is dangerous to allow them to remain idle as it would increase their frustration which...