Youth Project was created by Dr. S.N. Subba Rao a living
true Gandhian with the following objectives:-
Harmony, among all
religions, castes, languages, ethnic groups.
Jobs to every hand
so that no body is left poor.
Eradication of evils
like smoking, drinking, drugs etc, so that people
Eradication of corruption
He strongly believed
that it is the youth who can bring changes and improvement
in the society . So he had launched movement to bring
together the youths from various parts of the country
belonging to various castes and faith and sensitize
then to create a new society which is really secular
, disciplined and filled with nationalist spirit.
NYP has organized more than 400 youth camps in India
and abroad with a view to integrate mind and heart of
thousands of youngsters drawn from different parts of
India. “Anugraha Drishtidaan” organized youth camp in
collaboration with NYP from 23rd April to 30th April
2008 at “Panchvati” Rishikesh Uttrakhand. 290 boys and
girls from 19 states participated in the programme representing
Assam, Bihar, Chhatisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Karnataka,
Kerala, Maharashtra, Manipur, Mizoram, Orissa, Puducherry,
Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal.
One week programme included flag salutation, everyday,
early in the morning, shram daan, language classes,
group discussion, community games, peace march, all
religion prayers and cultural programmes. We also organized
their visits to Shatrughan Ghat, Triveni Ghat, Lal Bahadur
Shastri National Academy, Mussorie, ONGC Museum Dehradoon,
Har Ki Pauri,Haridwar. Daily shramdan, clearing of ghats
and banks of Ganga, peace march, cultural programmes
from each state inspired thousand of people who saw
these youths working with great enthusiasm and unity,
thus camp was a grand success.
Our future plans and activities will include:
Organizing about 50 eye screening camps each year.
Screening and examing about 30,000 people each year to detect if they have any eye problem .
To provide medicines to about 20,000 patients suffering from eye ailments.
To provide spectacles to about 15,000 patients suffering from low vision each year.
Screening and examine about 50000 students each year to detect weather they have any physical ailment and their growth is normal under its Baal Arogya Project
Focus and areas of our activities will remain rural and back ward and we plan to identify and arrange for cataract operations of about 1000 patients in the state of Assam in the course of time
To plan to create eye bank to cater services in the backward area
- To work for involving the community and corporate sector in the mission of avoidable blindness