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Good governance is putting people at the center of development process. Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has, time and again, emphasized a great deal on good governance for development of New India. But he has pointed out that merely “good governance is not enough, it has to be pro-people and pro-active”. India is the world’s most youthful nation. The Youth in India, which comprises of 35% of the total population, is the most vibrant and dynamic section of the society and their participation in democracy and good governance cannot be underestimated.

The Youth has the exuberance and an enthusiastic mind to bring fresh and innovative ideas and has the power to bring about transformational changes. With the advent of modern technologies, the mediums for engaging with the youth have augmented. However, what is still lacking is a dedicated platform for them to interact with the STATE LEADERSHIP and share their ideas on a regular basis. YUVA Sangam, literally meaning confluence of youth, aims to bring the youth of Uttar Pradesh on a common platform to have a meaningful dialogue with the Government of Uttar Pradesh.

YUVA Sangam aims to bring the youth of Uttar Pradesh on a common platform to have a meaningful dialogue with the Government of Uttar Pradesh to churn out innovative solutions to 11 most critical challenges faced by the state. The solutions must be implementable by the Government of Uttar Pradesh.

Participants must participate as a team of 5. Each team must have a team leader who will be the sole point of contact. Only the team leader has to register for the competition.

The competition is being conducted in 3 stages:

Online Competition

Participating teams will submit their solution to one of the challenges (themes) in form of an online Presentation. Last date for submission online is 12th January 2017. The competition is open for all residents of Uttar Pradesh and college students studying in Uttar Pradesh between the ages of 15-35 years.

Regional Conventions

For the competition, Uttar Pradesh has been divided into six regions. Based on the judging criteria, ten teams (one from every theme) will be selected in every region. The judging process will be carried out in collaboration with the Knowledge Partner. The ten region-wise shortlisted teams from online competition will present their solutions in six regional conventions that will be attended by state leadership, policy makers and subject matter experts and will be organized at Noida, Agra, Kanpur, Lucknow, Varanasi and Gorakhpur.

Grand Culmination Convention

Top ten teams (one from each theme) will be selected from Regional Conventions. They will present their solutions at the finale of the competition to the State Leadership at the Grand Culmination Convention to be organized in Lucknow on the occasion of UP Diwas on 24th January 2018. The winners of the competition will be awarded.


Top team

from each theme to get

INR 50,000

Runners-up Team

from each theme to get

INR 25,000

Second runners-up

from each theme to get

INR 15,000