My Yuva Bharat portal crosses 1.45 crore youth registrations in 3 months

My Yuva Bharat portal crosses 1.45 crore youth registrations in 3 months

Mera Yuva Bharat (My India) portal has achieved a significant milestone with more than 1.45 crore registrations by 31 January 2024. This is possible due to the user-friendly interface of this portal which completes the registration process in just a few minutes. This portal is already influencing the youth of the country to mobilize for creative and transformative endeavours.

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi launched the 'Mera Yuva Bharat (My India)' platform for the youth of the country on National Unity Day, i.e. 31 October 2023, at Dutta Path, New Delhi. My Bharat Portal is envisioned as a vital, technology-driven facilitator for youth development and youth-led development, aimed at empowering youth to fulfill their aspirations and contribute to building a “Developed India”. To provide fair opportunities for empowerment. It is a 'phygital platform' (physical + digital), which includes physical activity as well as the opportunity to engage digitally. The mix of physical activities and digital connectivity reflects the modern, dynamic nature of this platform.

Youth across the country can register on the My Bharat portal ( ) and sign up for various opportunities and events available on the portal. My Bharat has rapidly emerged as an important instrument of youth development, offering diverse opportunities, programs and volunteer activities with the police, urban local bodies (ULBs) and various ministries. On National Youth Day, 12 January 2024, more than 1 lakh volunteers across India worked with the traffic police to help in better road safety and traffic management for commuters.

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, while speaking to NCC and NSS volunteers on January 27, 2024, highlighted the success of My Bharat and highlighted the tremendous response the portal has received in such a short period of time. Underlining the rapid and effective reach of this platform, he said that it is the biggest platform for the youth of the twenty-first century of India.

In the future, My Bharat aims to introduce new features and initiatives to broaden its impact. The platform is keen to broaden its reach into emerging regions and enhance its engagement with educational institutions and youth organizations. My Bharat remains committed to its mission of providing equal opportunities and promoting a culture of continuous learning among the youth while continuing its growth. My Young India aims to increase efficiency by integrating existing programmes, making maximum use of available resources and expertise. It is not just an organization, but has a vision to make India a 'Developed India' by the year 2047.

Pavita Jones