We launched the Youth Ki Awaaz Forum this new year to build interesting conversations over issues that matter, and yes, the discussions have kicked off. From today onward, we will regularly feature discussions and debates you ought to be a part of. For this week’s phase 1, below are the discussions you ought not miss.
There has been a lot of debate and discussion about the education system in India. While some don’t agree to the current format which compels students to mug up everything and blurt it out in the exams, others want a more practical approach.
Please share your views about the pros/cons of the pre marital sex. Also , whether is it socially accepted in India?
We strongly believe that transgenders and transexuals must enjoy equal human rights. What do you think and why?
Mass mediaÂ refers collectively to all media technologies that are intended to reach a large audience via mass communication. Looking at the current attitude of Indian media is it good for nation or is it causing more problems than anything else. What are the changes you want to see in Indian media.
In the current scenario where the work dynamics are constantly changing and eveolving . With the power of internet , the knowledge and technology seems to be at our finger tips . In such a scenario , what matters more in a person . Â IQ or the EQ?Â Please share your thoughts on this
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