Young India’s Perceptions on Political Engagement, International Relations, Education and Society

British Council (India)


Delhi, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Karnataka


Education, Employment, Youth, Politics

Outline India undertook a study of the core values and concerns of the urban Indian youth specifically pertaining to political processes, leadership, education and employment policies. 

Additionally, the study focused on how international policies and global agendas emerged in the political discourse and how these inform ideas of socio-political responsibilities of the Indian youth. A mixed method study, the project included a social media campaign across nine cities and qualitative field work with focus group discussions and in-depth interviews in Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. The study helped map possible avenues of synergy between India and the UK in the context of the youth.


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