Youth Affairs, Sports, Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Singh Thakur launched the Youth Festival-India@2047 from IIT Ropar in Punjab. On this occasion, he also unveiled the Youth Festival Dashboard.
Yuva Utsav together Pratapgarh (UP), Haridwar (Uttarakhand), Dhar and Hoshangabad (MP), Hanumangarh (Rajasthan), Saraikela (Jharkhand), Kapurthala (Punjab), Jalgaon (Maharashtra), Vijayawada (Andhra Pradesh), Karimnagar (Telangana ), Was held in Palkhar (Kerala) and Kuddalore (Tamil Nadu).
This All India celebration of Yuva Shakti has three -level format, which will start with a one -day district level Yuva Utsav, which will run from March to June 2023. The first phase of the program will be held in 150 districts, which will be held in the current financial year from March 4 to March 31, 2023. The district level winners will participate in the state level youth festival, which is a two -level program. It will be organized in the capitals of the states during August to September. All the winners of state level programs will participate in the nation level youth festival, which will be organized in Delhi in the third week of October 2023.
Various competitions will be organized during the salvation of Yuva Utsav Bharat@2047. These include young artist Talent Hunt- Painting, Youth Author Talent Hunt- Poetry, Photography Talent Hunt, Speech Competition- Bharat@2047, and collective cultural and poetry writing competition etc.
On this occasion, stalls related to public welfare schemes run by the Government of India will also be set up, so that Narandar Modi government of Punjab can get information about the public welfare schemes being run for the people of the country and The information will be conveyed to other people in their respective areas, so that people living in Punjab and other parts of the country can also take advantage of these schemes.
At three levels, young artists, writers, photographers, speakers will compete and traditional artists will showcase the rich cultural heritage of the country. The theme of Youth Festival will be Panch-Pran:
- The goal of developed India,
- Eradicating any sign of slavery or colonial mentality,
- Proud of your heritage and heritage,
- Unity and solidarity, and
- Duties among citizens
Young participating participants will bring the concept of Amrit period to the center in public dialogue, which is based on five-admins. "Public partnership with youth power," is a axis in order to complete 75 years of India's independence, from where India@2047 paves the way. The youth of 15 to 29 years of age are eligible to participate in programs/competitions at the district, state and nation levels. The victory at one level will go to the next level.