• Appadurai, A. (2002). Deep democracy: Urban governmentally and the horizon of politics. Public Culture,14: 21-47.doi:10.1215/0899263-14-1-21:
A crucial and controversial role of this approach is its politics without parties. The strategy this alliance is that it will not delivery the poor as a vote bank to any political parties. Patience as a long run political strategy is especially hard to maintain in the view of two major forces that frequently assets the urban poor. The link with the NSDF, broader based slum dwellers organization across the lines between Hindus,
Muslims and Christians unity. Mahaila Milan, a cooperative representing women saving groups. It highlights is knowledge and key feature of their work which include knowledge and capacity of the work. They functioned at four levels. first, they deep democracy locally. By visiting and knowing their problems. Activist leaders who are struggling and helping them. And the last media attention on all struggles.
• Jeffery, C. (April 2011). Great Expectations: Youth in contemporary India.
In Every society build hopes around its younger generation for tradition set by the society at a given point task heads. The Provisions for their health, education, learning
Of skills are made so that they can get employment and the social system at a higher level. All people of the country have more expectation on the youth in transform mission of the country. Hence, it is advocated that more opportunities should be provided to them so that they can make their contribution in developing the country.
It is felt that they should be given be given responsibility in political, economic, social and be recognized as equal partners for social change and nation building. Indian youth have been participating or may participate as contributors in bringing the social change and development of India.
• Advani, R.2015 “youth in Indian politics-II”
The apparent nature of youth politics, rather than the actual type of politics and political ideas youth engage in, is the subject of much focus in the literature. This is likely because, according to the literature, politics is less of an outlet for political expression of ideas than it is an opportunity to overcome the feeling of incomplete things experienced by many young people both during schooling and afterwards when the problem of unemployment is a
However, the marked differences in objective and operation between the politics of young people in India and those in Egypt and Tunisia highlight the features that make India’s youth politics unique and specific to its cultural context.
• Kumar, M.2015 Oct 15. Youth development In India :does poverty matter
Literacy rate among youth increased from 36 per cent in 1962 to 86.1 per cent in 2011. There is some difference between male literacy (90 %) and female literacy (81.8 %), and that of rural youth (83.7 %) and urban youth (91.4 %) youth according to Census, 2011.
Various research studies have shown how socioeconomic factors determine the youth development pattern in the Indian context. The youth population in any country is dynamic and important for its long run development.