PM Modi recently announced the launch of a program that will strengthen and help young writers continue their love of writing.
PM Modi started the YUVA mentorship program for aspiring young authors. (Photo credits-PTI)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently announced the launch of the YUVA Mentorship Program, a program that will help young authors continue their love of writing by promoting India’s heritage and history through their works.
Prime Minister Modi said the program to create a group of writers under 30 to promote Indian heritage, culture and knowledge provides an “interesting opportunity” for young people to harness their writing and writing skills. contribute to the intellectual discourse of the nation.
Prime Minister Modi tweeted: “To further this goal and commemorate India’s 75 years of independence, a YUVA National Program: The Prime Minister’s Young Writers Mentorship Program will go a long way in cementing the foundations of these leaders. of tomorrow.
The Prime Minister also shared the link to program details which noted that the National Education Policy 2020 emphasizes empowering young minds and creating a learning ecosystem that can nurture young people. learners for future leadership roles.
Here is an exciting opportunity for young people to harness their writing skills and also contribute to the intellectual discourse of India. Find out more … https://t.co/SNfJr7FJ0V pic.twitter.com/rKlGDeU39U
– Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 8, 2021
Project Indian culture, literature to the world
According to the government’s YUVA mentorship program, a group of authors under 30 will be created ready to express themselves and project India to any international platform that will help project the culture and the Indian literature around the world.
The program states, âEssentially, the program envisions training modern ambassadors of Indian literature as the country moves towards 75 years of independence. Our country is ranked 3rd in the book publishing arena, and to further strengthen this treasure of Indigenous literature, it is imperative that we project it onto the world stage.
The National Book Trust, which reports to the Department of Education, as the executing agency, will ensure the gradual delivery of the program according to well-defined stages of mentoring, he said. A total of 75 authors will be selected in a competition across India on MyGov.in.
“This program will not only help develop a flow of writers able to write on a range of topics to promote Indian heritage, culture and knowledge, but will also provide a window for aspiring young people to express themselves in their language. mother and represent India at an international level, âhe said.
“This program will be in line with the Prime Minister’s vision of ‘Citizen of the World and establish India as Vishwa Guru,” he said.
(With PTI inputs)
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