Outdoor Leadership And Development Program For Schools & Colleges
As we progress somewhere down the line, we leave our roots behind. India is well known for its tradition and culture, but we need to remember our culture and ethics with modernisation. It is very important to relate to our traditions and culture. Our parents or the generation to come are brought to be in an environment where we are taught not to interact with unknown people, as it is unsafe. But there was a time when everyone talked and interacted with one another without hesitation, which led to a better society. Due to the healthy food and lifestyle we were raised with, our parents and grandparents have strong immunity, making them vulnerable to common diseases. Despite our younger generation consuming ready-made food, which negatively impacts health, they don’t seem to care. We used to have traditional houses built, but now they are converted into concrete homes, which makes us forget the beautiful yet traditionally designed places. Western and other cultures influence kids more than their own culture and tradition. Engaging our youth in environmental protection activities will change more than just their attitude and behaviour. It will also influence their parents, relatives, and the people around them. Youth are the future of our society, and they can change the world through their well-being and courageous behaviour. If youth see the benefits of the environment, they will automatically become inclined to protect and preserve it.
In today’s increasingly fast-paced life, young people face many issues like physical and mental health. A solution to this issue is crucial because it affects our future and future generations. Trekup India has initiated an innovative new program to solve such a problem. The solution is to prepare youth for such a situation. This can be done by putting them in an environment where they can learn many skills. This can be done by going on a trek. Youth today are under heavy academic burdens. Students compete with one another to score the highest. This has caused problems such as low self-esteem, depression, social media influence, obesity, and communication problems, among many others. Their outdoor activities have been dwindling due to study pressure and free time spent on technology like mobile phones and computers. Devices have led to students growing faster as they are put in front of scenes they are not supposed to see at their age. Students have become materialistic and disconnected from nature. As a result of technology use, students are more likely to have problems, which is why we set forth reforms, such as trekking, as a means of overcoming those problems.