Some dynamics of rural youth.

by R. Parshad

Publisher: Dept. of Extension Education, Punjab Agricultural University in Ludhiana

Written in English
Published: Pages: 90 Downloads: 736
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  • Rural youth -- India.,
  • Rural youth.

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Rural individuals, in some. cases are also dependent upon natural environmental conditions for treating their wounds and. illnesses. They obtain herbs and medicinal plants from the : Radhika Kapur. During last one decade, rural India witnessed the continuous migration of rural youth to urban areas.

This situation is very serious and alarming and the migration of rural youth created a vacuum in the villages. It has been observed and expressed by many enlightened persons that villages are becoming old age homes draining away the talented farm youth to stay away from farming.

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Distribution of Population by Age and Sex India and the World 5. rural demographic dynamics and their relationship to urban demographics. Definitions and data Neither “rural” nor “youth” components of a study of rural youth can be talked about without some additional clarity of definition.

We adopt an empirical definition of rural that relies on how each country defines its territory. According to A.W. Green, “A rural community is a cluster of people living within a narrow territorial radius who share a common way of life”.

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Rural youth are the future of food security. Yet around the world, few young people see a future for themselves in agriculture or rural areas. Rural youth face many hurdles in trying to earn a livelihood. Pressure on arable land is high in many parts of the world, making it difficult to start a farm.

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With most young people – around 85% – living in developing countries, where agriculture is likely to provide the main source of income it is vital that .Some students are not naturally motivated to learn within the constraints of a classroom.

Every classroom must out of necessity have slightly different dynamics because they all consist of different students. Each student has his own interests and talents, so each classroom should be flexible enough to accommodate the individuality of its students.