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GOAL: TO INSTIL DISCIPLINE, NATIONALISM Govt discusses military training plan for disciplined 10-lakh 'force of youth' Meeting held in June, some officers raised reservations fixed stipend for the 12-month training and making N-YES an essential qualification" for jobs THE YOUTH FORCE Military training, digital, Indian values ing programme, The Indian Express has learnt. RITIKA CHOPRA NEW DELHI, JULY16 Billed as the National Youth Empowerment Scheme or in Defence, paramilitary forceseducation Finance through IN THE name of having a "disc N-YES, aimed at "optimising the and police. plined" and nationalist "force of Indiandemographic advantage", Sources confirmed that a NREGA, NCC/NSS; Skill outh," the government hasdis- t proposes a slew of incentives meeting on the proposedMust forjobs in ussed a proposal to target 10 to students fresh of Class X and scheme was called by the Prime Defence, police, lakh young men and women Xll and, currently,enrolled in co Minister's Office (PMO) in the paramilitary every year with a military train- lege. The incentives include a CONTINUEDON PAGE2 L FRONT PAGE THE INDIAN EXPRESS
Govt discusses military training plan last weekof June and was attended byrep- Minister Narendra Modi's vision of New ernment for not creating adequate and ap- enrolled will be taught vocational and IT values though yoga, ayurvedaand ancient said to have been raised by some officers programme targeted specially at youth in the department of school education, un resentatives of the Defence Ministry, Department of Youth Affairs and Human Resource Development Ministry. propriate job opportunities for the youth. This, however, isn't the first time that the PMO has broached the topic of instill ing discipline and nationalism in young- India 2022 In addition to military training, those Apresentation on the same was made skills, disaster management and Indian by an officer of Defence Ministry. A senior PMOofficial did notrespond to a message. sters. Indian philosophy. As first reported by The Indian Express The above is envisioned as a year-long onJuly 21,2017, the PMOlastyear advised Sources added that reservations were rural areas and women. To finance this derthe HRDMinistry, to include elements about N-YES during the meeting follow- ing which another suggestion was made scheme, it was proposed that the govern- of military schools (Sainik Schools) to strengthen the existing National Cadet ment could use the existing budget meant aimedat promoting discipline,physical fit- Corps or NCC, instead. for NCCand National Service Scheme (NSS), ess and a patriotic outlook -in regular schools too According to the proposal, the scheme funds available withthe Skill Development will instil values of nationalism, disciplineMinistry and also MNREGA funds. The ministry is learnt to be currently and self-esteem into the youth, which, in The military training programme has working on introducing Sainik School fea- turn will help make India a "Vishwaguru" been proposed at a time the Opposition tures in seven Navodaya Vidyalayas on a has launched an attack on the union gov- (read a universal leader)and achieve Prime pilot basis this vear FRONT PAGE THE INDIAN EXPRESS [continued]