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Ainesh Dey is an incoming freshman at St Xavier’s College, Kolkata. He is inclined towards delving deep into a nuanced understanding international affairs spanning broader areas of diplomacy, foreign policy, advocacy and regulatory affairs in the light of a rapidly changing sequence of events and a dramatic shift in the geopolitical equilibrium, altogether.

Increased Youth Engagement and Educational Productivity – by Ainesh Dey

Abstract

Education is a passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those, who prepare for it today”, as proclaimed by eminent civil rights activist, Malcolm X, bears a deeper intellectual connotation. It brings out the very holistic foundation of education as an instrument of social awareness and development,  with a subtle mention of its contemporary beneficiaries, “the Youth”. Yes, it is the young people who through their rational interpretation of core educational principles, harness the progressive socio-political development of the world. 

The recent phenomenon of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent shift to the digital mode of learning, have accentuated the need for increased efforts towards larger educational accessibility, quality and affordability, central to the role of global development in complete coherence with the recently initiated in the “Education for All” under the broader purview of the “Millennium  Development Goals”, laid out by the United Nations, thereby demanding more nuanced responsibility of the young blood in spearheading a meaningful atmosphere of social inclusion , cohesion and stability.

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