Issues & Views

Issues

  • 30% of children in India live under extreme poverty level.
  • 22% of Indian population is below its official poverty limit.
  • Most of SC, ST, Tribal students do not get basic training of ‘Personality Development’
  • In 2011, India had a literacy rate of 74% out of 100% including 82% for men and only 65% for women. The low female literacy rate has a negative impact on family planning, population, education transfer to next generation.
  • Census 2011 (2016 updated) that in India, out of 121 crore population 2.68 crore persons are disabled which is 2.21% of the total population. Among disabled population 56% (1.5 crore) are males and 44% (1.18 crore) are females.
  • People above 60 years of age is expected to go up in India from 8% in 2015 to 19% in 2050. This challenge is highlighted in UN population Fund India titled – Caring for our Elders (As per early response India Ageing Report 2017).
  • Approximate 400 deaths happening due to road accidents every day in India since few years.
  • In India, there is one allopathic doctor for every 10,189 people, one government hospital bed for every 2,046 people and one state run hospital for every 90,343 people. The shortage of health providers and infrastructure is the most acute in rural areas where catastrophic health expenses push populations into poverty each year. WHO report questions qualifications of doctors in India that is almost 31% those who describe themselves as allopathic doctors in 2001 were educated only up to secondary school level and 57% did not have any medical qualification.
  • Majority of toys in Indian market contain toxic chemical like phthalates, a family of chemicals can cause serious health disorders like asthma, skeletal defects, damage male reproductive system, impair lungs of children besides allergies if expose to beyond safe levels.
  • More Indian youngsters struggle with addiction than ever before (friend circle), immaturity and irresponsible parenting are important parameters for growing this monster.
  • In India, compared to other countries like Singapore basic programming, coding, robotics education is not given so best entrepreneurs from this field didn’t rise which is present need of time.
  • The number of job seeking people in India has always been on a high. As per CMIE website of Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy, there are nearly 31 million unemployed Indians looking for jobs.
  • Digital India is a new face of new India and many platforms of government have not reached up to last citizen of country which is a need of time to accomplish goals of cashless economy and other parallel platforms.
  • Most Indian athletes struggle to get enough funding for the training and equipment they need. Most of the athletes are so poor that they can not self-fund themselves for initial training.
  • Climate change, depletion of rivers in India are one of the major and serious issues.
  • Malaria disease is a big issue in India especially in slum and poor area.

Views

  • Free distribution of cloths, shoes, school bags, solar lamps, water bottles to poor orphans, under privileged children and poor people.
  • Providing free health services including blood pressure checkup, ECG, etc. to poor people.
  • Giving training to rural students regarding personality development to improve their sense of responsibility towards society.
  • Giving basic education to illiterate girls and women. Also free distribution of sanitary pads including SC, ST, tribal and other category of community under women empowerment.
  • Making arrangements for providing basic needs to disabled people and make them efficient.
  • Free distribution of sticks, walkers, spectacles (eye glasses), sweaters, slippers, chairs, shoes, blankets to older people and make them safe.
  • Aware drivers, citizens, youngsters about road accidents and its effects through campaigning, awareness program.
  • Trying to make strong network in local areas where poor and needy people will get perfect medication, health services, and connectivity to qualified doctors within less expenses.
  • Free distribution of non-toxic, non-poisonous, pure herbal toys to poor children. Also creating campaign to aware parents about ill effects of toxic toys which are present in market.
  • Improving good habits among youngsters and trying to make their thinking level mature through self-determination power implementation process.
  • Giving education of coding, programming to brilliant students of country through training sessions and make them entrepreneur.
  • Arranging job fairs for unemployed/fresher’s and trying to raise employment.
  • Taking seminars for students, youngsters, senior citizens for taking part in Digital India.
  • Being a connection in between young athletes whose financial condition is poor and funding agencies or government who are willing to support them voluntarily.
  • Making documentary, aware citizens of country, explain them ill effects of river pollution, increasing participation of community towards save environment campaign. Cleaning river banks, removal of debris from rivers.
  • Free distribution of mosquito repellent in slum and poor areas.