यूथ यूनाइटेड फॉर विजन एंड एक्शन

Youth United for Vision & Action

Organisationally, the work of YUVA is divided into geographical Divisions (Convenors) (Vibhaags) and Dimensions (Aayams). 

Geographical Divisions (Vibhaags) of YUVA
  1. East Delhi
  2. West Delhi
  3. North Delhi
  4. South Delhi
  5. Jhandewalan 
  6. Keshav Puram Delhi
  7. Ramkrishna Puram 
  8. Yamuna Vihar
Dimensions (Aayams) of YUVA

1. Niti Manthan:- Law has, since the inception of civilised society, played a pivotal role in framing and moulding society. Be it the anti-slavery movement led by Lincoln in the USA or the independence struggle of India, the law-men came forward to lead the society towards an egalitarian, free, and fraternity-based one. But is the same spirit of societal revolution through self-involution still alive in the legal fraternity? In the words of Dean Swift, a man is as fit for flying as for thinking. Technology has made it possible for men to fly, but has it made it possible for men to think? To develop the answers to these questions into affirmative ones, Niti Manthan traces back its genesis. To catalyse the holistic and rational thinking faculties among the law-students and to bridge the gap between legal scholarship, academia, and professionals, Niti Manthan stands committed. It is an initiative to motivate and inspire young students on various socio-legal themes and to guide them to traverse the righteous path throughout the endeavour of their personal and professional lives. By having direct interaction and by exchange of views with experienced legal minds, it is hoped that young law students and scholars will be immensely benefited. This dimension aims to facilitate young minds toward holistic development. 

The other aims of this dimension include:

  • To undertake constructive legal research
  • To increase the qualitative quotient in the legal arena
  • To inculcate a spirit of patriotism and a touch of culture in the legal fraternity
  • To create an aware and responsible law student
  • To create a sense of social responsibility within the law fraternity

The mechanism the Niti Manthan adopts for materialising their aim includes research projects in the fields of the intersection of law and policy. Policy research in the following areas has been undertaken by Niti Manthan

  • Criminal Justice and Criminology
  • Constitutional Law
  • Tech Policy
  • Psychology and Law
  • Aviation Law
  • Labour Law
2. Media Manthan:- Media Manthan is an initiative by YUVA catering to the field of media and communication. The organisation comprises a group of young media professionals and students of mass communication. The organisation aims to facilitate social sensitivity to the students of journalism thereby inclining the mindset towards constructive development of society and cultivating media ethics in young students. The organisation further aims to inculcate a sense of patriotism, empathy, culture, and social obligation, contributing to strengthening the fourth pillar of democracy – the media. The platform also provides media students to hone their skills through seminars, events, reporting, etc.  All of our volunteers are working in the media and creative sectors, and they mostly have come from broadcast, digital, content development, marketing, public relations, and strategy backgrounds. 


3. Campus Chronicle:- Campus Chronicle, the first publication of its sort from YUVA, stands out for being a completely student-run monthly publication. It is the result of the hard work of politically aware students who work to effect change via discussion, debate, and deliberation. Depravity and biased reporting afflict today’s mainstream media. The minds of the young cannot be left in the hands of the mainstream media in a nation whose ability to capitalise on its demographic dividend will determine how successfully it experiences sustainable growth. Therefore, it has become crucial to have a broad understanding of the problems facing society today. A significant step in that regard has been made by Campus Chronicle. It includes editorials, stories, and thoughts on important topics affecting today’s youth. Campus and Academics are the two main aspects of the magazine. 

  • Campus: The publication aims to critically examine many aspects of college life. The journal covers all of the topics that students need to be aware of, including election-related concerns, problematic administrative directives, facilities, education- and syllabus-related difficulties, and facilities-related issues.
  • Academics: The Campus Chronicle includes coverage of academic issues as a core component. It is a well-known fact that knowing the background of a topic is crucial to understanding it and thinking critically about it. This issue’s historical context may be found in a variety of topics like theories, case studies, essays, dialogues, etc. We make an effort to explain a topic in a clear and understandable way. Our content is based on a variety of subjects—economics, politics, law, sociology, history, etc.—and the list is endless.

The official website is: 
Campus Chronicle.

4. YUVA Culture:- The vision of YUVA culture is to promote the rich cultural heritage of the nation. It celebrates the grandeur of India’s cultural unity and vibrancy. Culture unites people by going beyond boundaries. Dance, Music, Drama, Art and Craft everything play a significant role in the everydayness of Indian lives. They are not just a medium of entertainment but a way towards Liberation. The cultural heritage of India portrays an entire civilization that celebrates Art in every possible way. YUVA culture is all about displaying diverse artistic aspects and bringing people together to share their artistic experiences. The dimension conducts at regular intervals, workshops, organising cultural events, lectures, and demonstration on different art forms, besides several other activities. 

5. YUVA for SEWA:- “Work is worthwhile only if it touches lives.”  YUVA For Sewa is an initiative of YUVA to provide a platform to the students of academic institutions to channel their skills, innovation, and passion into their community and in Nation Building. The main objective is to channelize and use the collective efforts of the students for the social cause thereby bridging the gap between the campus and the civic society.

Stationary donation day, poster-making competition on sewa work, visits to non-profit organisations, birthday celebrations in slum areas, the collection of warm clothing, tree planting, and care, a drive to collect books from society, waste segregation in communities, and other activities are examples of the kinds of sewa work done under Yuva for Sewa in slum areas or other designated Sewa centres. There is a dedicated YUVA for Sewa Teams across Campuses as well as a dedicated POC in each campus to guide the students for their social cause internship. College students work in the levels of growth as Sewa Buddy, Sewa Gen, Sewanovator, and Sewapreneur.

6. Forum for International and Security Affairs (FISA):- It is a think tank strongly rooted in the concept of “India First”. India first is the central point of foreign policy which concentrates on protecting India’s strategic interest beyond its borders. It also aims to ensure that India marches forward in achieving economic prosperity by leaps and bounds and reaches the position that it is destined to reach. 

The mission of this dimension is to strive for voicing and extending India’s interests in international platforms in order to expedite and cement India’s standing as a Peaceful Global Leader. 

The vision of this dimension includes:

  • To set up global footprints for disseminating India’s history and current global role as a “Civilizational State”. 
  • To herald the developments of Geo-economics relating to India’s rise on the world stage. 
  • To extend the positive coverage of a “Multi-Aligned India” which is firmly rooted in the idea of peaceful co-existence and world peace. 
  • To work as a partner involving various stakeholders in discussions in an ever-changing world. 

Similarly, the major objectives comprise:

  • Setting up a Team for organising regular events of academic relevance to India’s foreign policy. 
  • Getting in touch and extending India’s cause with foreign institutions who believe in and strive for peaceful co-existence and world peace. 
  • Extending India’s achievements in social media and debunking the anti-India narrative fanned by ill-informed institutions. 

The dimension has divided itself into several clusters that include: 

  • Strategic Affairs – Indian Subcontinent (South Asia) 
  • Military and Security Affairs 
  • Maritime Affairs (Indo-Pacific) 
  • Bilateral Diplomacy 
  • Regional Diplomacy 
  • International Trade 
  • Domestic security (Fact-finding and propaganda debunking the Anti Indian rhetoric by foreign-funded institutions with mala fide intentions) 

7.  YUVA Medical:- With a network of fascinating and interesting students from several medical institutions operating in and around Delhi, YUVA Medical would provide a platform for medical students to represent, connect with one another, and interact regularly. This forum would help medical aspirants, and would-be practitioners in the various fields of medical science to take joint initiatives to ascertain the elimination of disparities in health facilities in society. The members of the forum shall also be committed to enhancing professional development, community health education, advocacy, research and partnerships in collaboration with like-minded forums. The forum shall also strive to advance scientific and clinical knowledge to promote new directions in medicine for aspiring medical professionals. It shall also endeavour to create such leaders who will provide leadership in shaping national health policies through continued involvement in a variety of critical policy matters.

Vision: The Forum will make an effort to foster the social consciousness for affordable and excellent healthcare for all. Through education, advocacy, and health policy, it would also seek to develop the art and science of medicine for Indians in order to support physician viability, promote health and well-being, and eradicate health inequities if any. 

8. YUVA Tech, Science and Innovation:- YUVA Tech would comprise students enrolled in the premiere Tech and science institutions of the country. Through local and national activities, this forum will endeavour to assist the student members in creating a network of peers both nationally and locally. Additionally, the forum will work to promote enduring professional ethics and develop professional camaraderie amongst aspiring Indian engineers. The Forum can work on a multifaceted approach based on inter-institutional cooperation, training, consultancy and education. Furthermore, it can aid in the promotion of various knowledge upgrading, skill-development, and training programmes for engineers and other technically trained individuals from different societal groups. Additionally, the forum would attempt to train team members in a variety of engineering, scientific, and innovation areas with a focus on employment.

Vision: The forum would concentrate on developing potential experts in the field who would impart crucial knowledge of national issues relating to the development in engineering science and technology, policy issues for growth and human resources, etc. to the nascent professionals in the field.  


9. YUVA Distance Education:- Higher expectations for educational quality come along with expanding distance learning alternatives and access. Institutions that offer distance education should demonstrate a commitment to continued institutional improvement and self-study if they want to promote student progress in the long run. Through practises, frameworks of thought, and feedback mechanisms that are in line with organisational objectives, YUVA Distance Learning will endeavour to offer essential assistance to its members in addition to the institutional training they receive during the course of their education. The Forum would devote its energy to supporting its members, which would considerably aid in their development of confidence, which will eventually lead to the greater acceptance of distance learning and guarantee the best possible benefit for students. Additionally, the Forum would offer its participants an environment for an open exchange of ideas and best practices about all matters pertaining to distance learning and the eventual shaping of their future