Eminent economist Mr Nani A Palkhivala said in his Convocation Address to
Now, among Indian intelligentsia many think that the grownup has more biased opinion than the younger people. For example, former President of India Dr Kalam said in a recent interview that “the youth have fewer biases about their society as compared to the grown-ups.”
But the question arises if the youth have “fewer biases” than why are millions of youth just follows the foot path of criminal politicians. Do they think before joining a political party?
No doubt there are good politicians. But the bad one seems to be attracting more youth as compared to good politicians. It’s not true?
The other pathetic condition is in the Indian education system which is suffice to grow once one “vote motive” community.
The Nani A Palkhivala address titled “Education and Youth in A Democratic Society” later published by Forum of Free Enterprise,