• To empower youth, more than 34.33 percent of the total population, a distinctive dividend.

  • To study the problems, risk factors, opportunities and accessibility varying in accordance with the different sub groups like women, tribal youth, youth with disability, urban and rural youth, with majority of the youth population belonging to rural India.

  • To propagate and impart knowledge amidst the youth about the ill effects of intoxicants and involve them in the service to the society.

  • To create an environment in which parents and teachers shall take upon themselves the responsibility of character building of children right from their childhood days.

  • To strive for reforms and changes in the field of Education to make a better society and hence a better nation.