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1 Rajiv Gandhi Study Circle Concept at a GLANCE Why, What, How Presentation By Prof. Dr. P.C. Vyas Chief Coordinator R.G.S.C. 8, South Avenue, New Delhi

2 Rajiv Gandhi Study Circle
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3 Rajiv Gandhi Study Circle
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4 Why, What, How Rajiv R Gandhi G Study S Circle C Revolution Gandhian
Society Century Dristicon Vision Concept Mission Knowledge, Skills, Positive thinking Satyagrah, Truth, Non-Violence Service Social transformation, Equality, Equity Nation building, Knowledge Society, 21st Century

Preparing youth for Nation building Knowledge Society for 21st Century Role of youth (aged yrs.) 20-21% of Population; India as a young nation. 18000 Colleges & 415(25) = Universities. No. of student more than 100 Lakhs and No. of Teachers NEARLY 5.0 Lakhs. Investiture young generation with positive & upright thinking. Knowledge and Skills are essentials. Root out evils from political systems. Paramount importance for National enterprise.

6 Truth, Non-violence, Satyagrah, Sarvodya & Sewa Ashram
Vision ^^egkRek xka/kh vrhr gh ugha] Hkfo"; Hkh gSS** &Jherh lksfu;k xka/kh Truth, Non-violence, Satyagrah, Sarvodya & Sewa Ashram Satyagrah—Revolutionary Concept. Force which is born out of truth and Love for non-violence. Relevance : Truth and non-violence are Laws of Life. Every age novelty and abiding faith in Gandhism. Search for Satyagrah - appropriate to challenges. Generational significance and Satyagrah centenary resolve

7 Dream of 21st Century India
India is an ancient country but a young nation, and I like youth at every place. I am young, and I too have a dream. I dream of an India-strong, independent, self-reliant and in the front rank of the nations of the world in the service of mankind. -Bharat Ratna Late Shri Rajiv Gandhi

8 Constructive and Positive thinking. Abiding faith in Gandhian values.
Concept & Title R.G.S.C. Constructive and Positive thinking. Abiding faith in Gandhian values. Responding to thrust of knowledge. Entrepreneurial skills in National building. Empowerment of Youth, Women, Weaker Sections & Minorities. Preparedness to face challenges of 21st Century.

9 Mission outcomes Mobilization around vision and mission of Sh. Rajiv Gandhi. Re-ignite commitment to Ideals of our National Leaders. Combat Divisive forces and Communalization of Education. Safe guard Secularism and Communal Harmony. Set-up new Directions of Development for Global Leadership.

10 Core Agenda I st Circle Accomplish ideological orientation of teachers and youth. II nd Circle Constructive practices in youth development for Nation building. III rd Circle Student-Teacher think tank for society on National problems.

11 Objectives Cultivate Commitment to mission of Shri Rajiv Gandhi.
Awareness about Gandhian values. Develop Secular thinking, National feeling, Simplicity, truthfulness and dignity. Indian culture and its noble heritage. Sense of pride about Indian freedom struggle. Sense of National Integration. Inculcation of values and ethics in social and individual life. Activities to provide oneness and fraternity.

12 Personality development of Students/Youths
Strive for appropriate education. All round personality development, enlightened citizenship. Work for equal educational opportunities for all. Volunteerism and participation in protection of environment, community service, developmental programmes and disaster management. Develop, qualities of discipline. Adherences to gender justice and respect for rights of women.

13 Personality development of Students/Youths
Awareness for health, hygiene and population growth. Work against the use of drugs & develop better qualities of life. Commitment to fight against all forms of corruption, social evils & exploitation. Leadership and entrepreneurial qualities in sports, art and literature, cultural, socio-economic, scientific and technological fields. Career guidance and counseling to enhance employment opportunities and entrepreneurial skills. Cooperative & interactive learning of National issues & search for Solutions.

14 PROGRAMMES Organize seminars, workshops, conferences and training camps. Develop inter college and university programmes. Select and train students and teachers. Institution of awards for teachers and students. Organize discussion and seminars on economics and social issues. Cooperation and joint programmes with NSS, NCC, Scouts. Organize Programmes for International brotherhood, Environmental protection, Disaster management, Right to Information, Water conservation and management etc.

15 PROGRAMMES Provide Training to create awareness.
Strive to create International understanding. Awareness for health & hygiene, Population growth, HIV/AIDS. Commitment to fight all kinds of evils. Activities connected with welfare of students, youth, dalits, tribals, minorities, backwards and economically weaker sections.

16 Organizational Frame Work
R.G.S.C. established by Central Committee. R.G.S.C. units in every College/University. Organizational Membership restricted to teachers from H.E. Student membership—Association in Programmes. Membership effective after approval from CC. Unit -- a committee headed by a teacher as Coordinator. Student secretary nominated by N.S.U.I.

17 Organizational Structure
National Committee/Trust headed by Chairman & Chief Coordinator as Chief Executive. State Level— State Coordinator Zonal Coordinators State Level Committee Student Secretary. District/University Level-- District Coordinatiors University Coordinator District/University Committees Student Secretaries. College Level-- College Coordinator College Committee Student Incharge

18 Linkages between R.G.S.C. & N.S.U.I.
Both are Complimentary. Common Objectives & Programmes. R.G.S.C. Non-Political Organization managed by teachers. N.S.U.I.—Frontal Organization managed by Students. N.S.U.I.--thrust political activities & training in democracy. R.G.S.C.—Cultivation of ideological commitment & an alternative educational enterprise. Teachers are non-mobile & Students are mobile mass.

19 How N.S.U.I Coordinate With R.G.S.C.
Guidance and direction for academic and intellectual enterprises by R.G.S.C. Mobilization and activities by N.S.U.I. Collaboration Programme Oriented. National President of N.S.U.I is member of CC of R.G.S.C. State President of N.S.U.I. Member of State Committee of R.G.S.C. & will nominate a student secretary for state units. Like wise State President of N.S.U.I. Will nominate Student secretaries for District/College/Universities with due consultation with coordinators of R.G.S.C. & District Presidents of N.S.U.I. Resource mobilization for Programmes.

20 Tasks For N.S.U.I. Formation of Units.
Coordination with state and district units of R.G.S.C. Nomination of Student Secretaries/Incharges at various levels. Active assistance for Organization of Programmes and activities. Assistance for Cadre building for N.S.U.I. Study projects on current National issues

21 Proposed Programmes for 2007 District/Universities/College Units
Organisational (District Coordinators) Constitution of College units. Constitution of District Advisory Committee. Nomination of work area incharges from amongst students. Organisational (University Coordinate Constitutions : University unit advisory committee. Membership drive among teachers for membership of R.G.S.C. Nomination of work area incharge from amongst students. Workshop/Seminer/Study groups Subject : ``Mahatma Gandhi Ateet Hi Nahi, Bhavishya Bhi Hain.'‘ (Mahatma Gandhi is not only past, future also.) Discussions or study circles on the following Subjects : Challenges of Terrorism & Naxalism Right to work and National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (N.R.E.G.S.) Right to information. Agriculture and Economic Development : Prevention of farmer suicides and social awareness to root out the evil. State Level Conference of University and District and College Coordinators.

22 Proposed Programmes for 2008-09. District/Universities/College Units
Orientation workshops for students at University and district level. Right to information & employment. Career guidance and counseling workshops. Organisation of programme for student on national and local issue/burning problems. Necessary for every unit Organisation of essay competition on the life, ideals and contributions of National Leaders. Organisation of help centers for students on entrance and competitive examinations Tea party and meeting for exchange of ideas on the occasion of National festivals for introduction and contact programme with distingshed personalities and leaders. Any other programme constituted by central unit.

23 Where we stand today States in India. 37 including UT Districts 603
State Coordinators. 78 District Coordinators.440(26) University Coordinators.68 College Coordinators. Data base on teachers membership. >3000 State Student Secretaries. 25 States where beginning awaits- Sikkim, Daman Divu, etc

24 Re-Visit Activities National Workshop 14 Sept.-Beginning.
Birth Anniversary and Rememberace Day of Shri Rajiv Gandhi every year. Seminars on-Education and youth development Social Harmony and Unity of India Women Empower and Social Change. Orientation Workshops- Rajasthan, Bihar, M.P., Uttrakhand, Assam, Haryana and Himachal.

25 Message taken to country
Release Of Vision Sticker by Hon’ble Smt Sonia Gandhi on 6th Nov.2006. Satyagrah centenary resolve. District seminars on Message. Satyagrah centenary Exhibition in 27 dist. Org. of Essay, Elocution,Qiuz and Drawing competition in schools.Gandhi rally. Programmes participated in thousands.

26 From Here To Where Take Sataygrah Centenary Resolve .
5000 faculty members in univ./colleges. student members. 5000 active student secretaries. Organize essay , elocution, Gandhi quiz, and drawing competition in schools. 50000 schools Awards to Gandhian Talent.

27 Can WE YES ? Gandhi is Global- strength of our culture.
Ahimsa is our way of life. Nationalism; uniqueness:.unity in diversity. Democracy is our fabric. Humanism core of our vision. India of Gandhian dreams.

28 S W O T analysis Strength:Strong roots in 3C Civilization/Culture/Co-existence Unique Independence Movement Gandhian Vision and ideology Democracy, Socialism and Secularism. Weaknesses:Resistance to Change.Communalism,Fissiparous tendencies.Extremism and………..etc

29 Opportunities. India is Young at 60. Strong urge for Tryst with Destiny.Scientific Temper.
Mera Bharat Mahan. India sabse Aage/Sabsa Aage Hindustani. RAJIV,S Dreams Expectation Younger G. Threats:- Regionalism/Castisim/Sectarianism.Communalism.Fundamentalism.Obscurantism.Culture of violence.Extremism.Terrorism.Naxalisim COMPLISENCY SWOT

30 NEW INDIA Indian flag is my religion. Rahul Gandhi.

31 Central Committee Chairman – Shri Ashok Gehlot Members – S/Shri
Oscar Fernandes (Karnataka) Harikesh Bahadur (Uttar Pradesh) Nirmal Khatri (Uttar Pradesh) Sudhakar Reddy (AP) Ranji Thomas (Kerala) Manish Tewari (Punjab) Sarat Pattanayak (Orissa) Vivek Bansal (Uttar Pradesh) Dr. Shakeel Ahmed Khan (Bihar) Ashok Tanwar (Haryana) Nadeem Javed (Uttar Pradesh) Smt. Sobhana Bhartiya Dr. P.C.Vyas (Rajasthan), Ms. Tilotama (Manipur) Chief Coordinator

32 Thanks Jai Hind Contact No (M)

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