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Moral Values among the younger generation – where are we heading?

February 13, 2020

Degradation of moral values among the younger generation is an
emerging issue. Moral values are the worthy ideals or principles that one
follows to distinguish the right from the wrong. These ideals or virtues are
considered worthy in building up the character of an individual. Moral values
are something that teaches us good virtues, including honesty, truthfulness,
kindness, integrity, helpfulness, compassion,  love, respect for others,
hard-work, co-operation, forgiveness etc. The youngsters or adolescents are the
future of tomorrow. Moreover, youth power is the driving force of a nation.
But, now a day’s youth is adversely diverted towards different immoral
activities. If we want to see India as a well established and respected country
in the eyes of the world, it is crucial to think over this issues affecting our
future generation who is responsible for building a brighter future. The
factors affecting this degradation could be, influence of nuclear families and
materialistic way of life, breakdown of parental control of children in the
families, influence of peer groups, gender bias, attraction of change or
modernization, influence of mass media, lacking of learning positive atmosphere
at school, lacking of co-curricular activities based on moral values, dirty
politics, desire of self-exhibition, lack of academic syllabus related to human
values, blind following of western culture, present examples of success in the
society lacking moral values etc. Considering these factors and brainstorming
against fighting these affecting factors is the earnest duty of every
responsible citizen of the society.

Author:
Prof. Hetal Desai

Disclaimer: The opinions / views expressed in this article are solely of the author in his / her individual capacity. They do not purport to reflect the opinions and/or views of the College and/or University or its members.

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