Thu. Oct 18th, 2018

The 4th Sphere of Civil Society

The knowledgeable things that you can get with the news channels or papers are very interesting for your betterment of day to day happenings or the carrier oriented goals. News in both Hindi as well as English has its own area of learning or study that you can check out regularly. Every time get in touch with the Correct and latest updates, ensure to become familiar with them. However, The scope of online media has become so vast in India because of the quick enhances of the internet technology and such related software technology, Many internet service providers are now offering their stunning offers throughout the nations, even in remote areas where in Hindi or English readers are more. Unfortunately, it may or may not creates ‘cyber words attacks’ on highly economic policies and implementation related issues with pollutes more than Air Travel, world wide by 2025.

It is an active and highly intellectuals sphere where Universities Professors, Think-tanks, CSOs, NGOs, and Activist Groups work in areas of common interest and trying to fire surplus own positions, Institutions, Corporates etc.. This could include areas where the government’s impact is limited for many reasons. World Wide, civil society also refers to Institutions and organisations i.e., labour unions, non-profit organisations, religious institutions, and other service agencies that provide significant services to society but generally ask for very little in return. Some countries also include the independent mass media, think tanks, universities and the social activist groups which can mean families, and the space where citizens associate around areas of need, common concern, or interest..

Did you know the internet pollutes more than Air travel, world wide?

Entire internet service provider and its companies may responsible and accountable for such sphere, you may call ‘4th sphere of civil Society’ the highly educated unemployed and intellectuals category. So, its not a single responsibility, its a collective responsibility of all the stakeholders and the ruling party with oppositions Pandits to find a appropriate or so called digital way forward to cycle its population and countries populations too as The United Nations (as reliable as sources go!) forecasts that the population of the world will be “9.7 billion” people by 2050. Need to do, provides the job on the basis of ‘social media skills or such related skills’ because as you know very well many social operators earns millions, daily.. One of the important points raised in the infographic is that there are more than 3.5 BILLION people who are connected to the World Wide Web.

Quite the amount, did you know that’s pretty much half of the entire world.. The scope of getting fame and money from rural areas is too much. All Media houses target in all the major languages in India, but Hindi is the preferable one. TV news channels can be seen debating on several topics in the language. People love to read about so many things online as they can easily access the content or the texts via their mobile or laptop. Further, Population has been growing at a huge pace in India. The fertility levels amongst Indian women are one of the highest in the world. Which in turn is high because of lower levels of literacy of women, child marriage, less age gap between two children, the poor health of the mother which is a result of living in impoverished conditions. So, it is a vicious circle, which has no end.. Everyone wants to get rid about the same..

Our deep eye research reveals that, maximum number of youths are highly engaged with Media, Social and they are in “highly educated unemployed category” Called, 4th sphere of civil society. Also, The government of India can invests on this 4th sphere which includes the more than 65% youths population, India. While Ruling party have such mechanism to get rid the same but in these day they are highly engaged with its 2019 elections with the slogan of Vikasvad or the political development model. Why is India’s economic growth rate now being called jobless growth? How then is India’s economy growing now? We can say, The Biggest failure of so called, Past and the Present Modi’s Vikaswad Model the development model. Further, Investment in health and education as investment in human capital (critical building block for our economy?). While the ‘Development with Dignity’ must be the agenda of our country and bringing a bill in Parliament will not change many things unless we have political will and administrative skills..

Without Growth there can be no development or vikasvad and little scope for redistribution. And yet, while growth is necessary, it is not sufficient. To tackle the inequities in our society, to overcome the social and economic inequalities between different sections and even different regions, requires imaginative policy making”. 

Moreover, To impart state of art education and technical expertise to students and give necessary training to teachers to create self-reliant society for future. to encourage students to participate in Indian and International activities in Art, sports, literature, etc. so that future generation becomes base for free and liberal society. To educate students in areas like Management, Finance, Human relations to inculcate philosophy of simple living and high thinking value of simple economic society and to sustain activities of Indian culture (viz. classical dance, music and fine arts) through establishing institutes like Mahagami, Naturopathy, etc.

“In our current system of education, a young student does schooling until the age of 18, gets a Bachelor’s degree by 22, works in the industry for about three years to get basic or advanced understanding. After another five years of working, at around the age of 27, he/she becomes really productive for country and then spends the next 35-odd years working until retirement at the age”..

Moreover, An era of Cooperative Federalism, and particularly after the implementation of the report of the 14th Finance Commission- which has transferred more funds to the states- there is a lot of responsibility and hope that rests with our various states. With the same regard state may provides the structure to many civil societies sphere, NGOs and the social activist groups. Also, Devolution of funds needs to be complemented by evolution of ideas. That is how states will benefit and ultimately India’s social, developmental and macroeconomic needs will be met. Also, The era of formal jobs is gradually yielding to one of employment opportunities and even self-employment opportunities in specialised manufacturing, in the services sector and in the digital economy called “Brand India”.

Furthermore, The Secretary Department of Commerce, Smt. Rita Teaotia launched EEPC India’s e-catalogue in New Delhi on Dec 29, 2017. This is a major digital drive under the aegis of EEPC India for promoting the country’s engineering exports through the ‘Brand India’ initiative, reaching major export destinations through digital technologies. The Secretary Department of the same said that ‘e-catalogue’ can be a model for other export promotion councils for taking similar initiatives. The Secretary Department of the same felt that more engineering product group panels should also come forward and make themselves part of this e-catalogue..

Whereas On Dec 23, 2017, Ministry of Corporate Affairs organises Investors Awareness Programmes (IAPs) in partnership with the three Professional Institutes, namely Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI), and Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICoAI), with the objectives of creating awareness amongst the investor about fraudulent schemes and facilitating informed investment decisions. IAPs, in the form of audio visual programmes, are also being organised in the rural areas through Common Service Centres set up under Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.

So, India is built on the four important pillars given by our Constitution- Justice, Liberty, Equality and Fraternity. So the strength of these pillars determines the strength of the superstructure of our country, also the grand India. “The role of minority groups in nation-building has been phenomenal and they could do this because they gave predominance to their identity as Indians. In Short, Once we keep the national interests at the top of our development agenda, the other factors become less important..

Popular media houses ensure to come up with the trustworthy information but that too should be extensively read. Media houses can be seen working with the certain group of companions and political parties. So, they usually create Paid Texts, Article, News and Informations. Whenever you come up with an update, ensure to double check it on other online platforms as well. You can simply do it by typing in the heading of the news on Google. Several results will come up and you can read the same news in some trustable resources and judge whether it is true or not..

Journalists must never shirk from the core principles of journalism like independence and objectivity and shun unhealthy practices such as sensationalism. Of late, the undesirable practices of mixing news with views, partisan reportage and paid news have crept into journalism. 

Famous online news platforms of India usually come up with the category specific content to provide the exact thing that readers seeking. The reading in Hindi also varies because billions of people live in the country with diverse interest. To fulfill their reading desires, writers produce niche content. You can also go through the relevant stuff and check out the web platforms that provide the desirable Hindi and English news. Selection of a media portal on the web is also very a tricky situation because it’s so many options is available. At times, readers become confused and try to look for so many things. If you’re looking for an authentic source of Hindi news updates, get its details from a trustable source..

Mahatma Gandhi Ji maintained that, to ensure sustainable human development which encourages self-reliant and self-content society. To promote activities related to community services, social welfare and also Indian heritage and culture. To inculcate the culture of non-violence and truthfulness through vipassanna meditation, Gandhian Philosophy. To develop the culture of simple living with high thinking.

There cannot be true and lasting peace unless there is equal opportunity for all: “You cannot have a good social system when you find yourself low in the scale of political rights, nor can you be fit to exercise political rights and privileges unless your social system is based on reason and justice. You cannot have a good economic system when your social arrangements are imperfect. If your religious ideas are low and grovelling, you cannot succeed in ensuring equal status for women, and the access to opportunities for all is the ultimate that would bring independence to the people of India.”

Writer, Trilok Singh, Postgraduate in Political Science, Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi. Founder and CEO of IASmind and Youth Darpan Community Media.


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