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Akanksha Singh
Design Dissertation
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Ar. Yashwant Pitkar
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Ar. Rohit Shinkre, Ar. Shripad Bhalerao, Ar. Yashwant Pitkar, Ar. Sulakshana Bhanushali, Ar. Nachiket Kalle, Ar. Shruti Barve, Ar. Akbar Biviji, Ar. Harshada Bapat Shintre

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Etymologically inferred from the word vihara- the quiet and serene Buddhist monasteries present-day Bihar has, in a brutal irony, been related with viciousness, rebellion, political turmoil, and economic stagnation. The generalization is so relentlessly inserted within the public imagination that the very mention of Bihar brings to mind, pictures of a political jungle raj and poor economic status. This unfortunate image has been covering minds for decades now.

By 2004, The Economist magazine said that “Bihar [had] become a byword for the worst of India, of widespread and inescapable poverty, of corrupt politicians indistinguishable from mafia-dons they patronize, caste-ridden social order that has retained the worst feudal cruelties”
The true picture of Bihar is quite the reverse. Since the late 1970s, Bihar has lagged far behind other Indian states regarding social and economic development for various reasons. But from 2004 to 2015, Bihar emerged as the fastest-growing state in India, clocking over 10 percent annual growth for the past decade and, in the process, more than doubling its economy.

The state was once known for its education, religious influence, culture, and art. In order to develop the state socially and economically, it is important to change the image of the state by making the citizens aware of the significant history and future. This can be done by influencing the most active community that is the youth of the state. By providing a place they can call home, where they can learn and be prepared to face any challenges in the society.

Despite progressive economic growth, human development challenges in the State are many and require growth momentum to be continued for years to achieve the desired level of sustainable development.- Bihar Government.

The Objective of the dissertation is to design a self-sufficient skill development centre in Bihar to evoke a sense of growth and connection within the people while providing resources to develop skills and acquire employment without migrating out of the state.
The proposal is very relevant in today’s time as it is the need of the hour. By educating and developing the youth about industrial skills and artforms(that Bihar is known for), we are not only providing quality learnings and employment opportunities but also taking a step towards changing the image of Bihar.

Youth as a medium to change the image of Bihar

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