Das, Sukanta
March 2012
Indian Streams Research Journal;Mar2012, Vol. 2 Issue 2, Special section p1
Academic Journal
The moral deterioration of youth in India is at present a blazing issue. The root of this issue is not a recent phenomena, its trace can be indented in the society of the past, the magnitude of which has spread over largely in recent days. The expression of this sort of degradation is being reflected in different undesirable aspects of the society. Although it is considered that youth power is the driving force of a nation, the instances of which may be cited from vigorous movement of the past. But the youth of now-a day is adversely diverted which does not only influence the Indian society but also it stimulates the coming generation of our civilization. Consequently, we have to face an alarming and more violent situation in the coming decades. Therefore, it is very much essential and a duty of everybody to find out the solution of this tyranny to establish India in the world of peace and Harmony. The paper highlights here the causes, consequences along with few strategies to encounter the problem.


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