Instead, in Jammu and Kashmir, the government will now focus its attention on the youth. The government has formed the Youth Empowerment Society (YES) to recognize youth power at the national and international levels and give them a chance to shine. Under this, youth centers will be established in each district.
Under this YES, well-known industrial houses and career counseling institutes across the country have been called to Kashmir for policing the youth power. At SKICC, a day-long workshop on youth dialogue and outreach has been organized in which a strategy will be chalked out after a day-long discussion.
A senior official associated with the event said that six areas have been selected to give the youth a chance to shine. These include livelihood creation, education and entrepreneurship development, sports, careers, financial assistance, and entertainment. Yes, will work on three levels. This includes Union Territories, Districts, and Blocks.
He informed that after the strategy is prepared in the workshop, there will be a program of dialogue with youth in the second phase. Committees set up for various sectors will help in providing all kinds of facilities to the youth. IAS Syed Abid Rashid, who is associated with the event, said that it is the effort of the government to give the youth a wide opportunity to shine.
These corporate houses will be included
Hinduja, Ashok Leyland, Reliance, ICICI, IndusInd, Bombay Stock Exchange, McKenzie, IIM Jammu, NIT Srinagar, Wipro, etc. With this, many companies will also join online. About 30 institutes have agreed to join. The official associated with the event said that at least 60 institutions are expected to participate.
Strict security arrangements at the venue
Due to the arrival of well-known celebrities, strict security arrangements have been made at the venue. Adequate security arrangements will be in place in Dal Lake and surrounding areas. In addition, traffic on that road will also be restricted.