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Youth Exchange Programme ‘Watan ko Jano’ Launched

With an aim to give exposure to the youth and children of Jammu and Kashmir, the Ministry of Home Affairs has launched "Watan ko Jano" programme.

Youth Exchange Programme ‘Watan ko Jano’ Launched

  • The programmer started on 11th of February too around 200 youth on a visit to different places of the country as part of the programme to make them aware of the cultural and socio-economic development taking place in other parts of the country.
  • Most of the children and young people were chosen for the programme belonged to the weaker section of the society
  • The children have visited Ajmer, Jaipur and Agra and the historical places in Delhi. 

Aim of the programme

With this tour, the youth will be able to see the development of modern India. The youth have certain responsibilities towards nation when they grow up and they should take interest in education, respect elders and do something that will make their parents and country proud.

 Home Minister Rajnath Singh said
"Unity in diversity is the unique value of the country and these children are also a reflection of it. With this tour, the youths will be able to see the development of modern India,"

Expected Questions 

1. Ministry of Home Affairs has launched "Watan ko Jano" programme with an aim to give exposure to the youth and children of which of the following states by taking them on a nation-wide tour?
a. Jammu and Kashmir
b. Haryana
c. Rajasthan
d. Maharashtra

Watan ko Jano programmer has been launched by which of the following ministries of India?
a. Ministry of Agriculture
b. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
c. Ministry of Home Affairs
d. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment

Youth Exchange Programme ‘Watan ko Jano’ Launched Youth Exchange Programme ‘Watan ko Jano’ Launched Reviewed by insiya yadav on February 20, 2018 Rating: 5

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