17 September 2020
India is still a very poor country with per capita income of just US dollars 2,200 (Indian Rupee 1,62,000/-).
After a economically disastrous colonial rule, India has made some economic progress after it got independence in 1947 and especially after economic reforms in 1991.
In a country where majority of the citizens are struggling to make ends meet, due to economic progress a small middle class has emerged. This middle class is now able to afford food, home and has access to some sort of education & health care. This middle class is India’s Sambhrant Varg.
India’s Sambhrant Varg armed with education and some prosperity, is working hard to make a better life for themselves. But, this Sambhrant Varg is not much interested in taking political or social responsibility. Many people in this Sambhrant Varg are even looking for a better quality of life in foreign nations for themselves or their children.
The reason for such behaviour of Sambhrant Varg is that the Indian Education System – 1) Does not instill a sense of responsibility towards your society or nation. 2) Teaches outdated and irrelevant curriculum. 3) The poor quality of education produces such low capability that it becomes very difficult to earn wealth in India.
This behaviour of Sambhrant Varg is India’s weakness.
Sambhrant Varg has the capability and the education to develop India. It also has the prosperity to take time out for social and political work.
But, for this the Sambhrant Varg will have to take ownership of India. They will have to take responsibility of 130 Crore people. They would have to think that this is their land and these are their people.
Thus, India’s Sambhrant Varg should take ownership of it’s social and political responsibility towards India.