YIN Ministers 2017 - 18 | Tejas Patil - Chief Minister, Law & Judiciary, Skill Development Ex-Servicemen Welfare Earthquake Rehabilitation - Nashik City, Nadkumar Gaikwad - Dy. Chief Minister, General Administration, Co-operation, Textiles - Solapur Rural, Alfeeya Chafekar - Home Affairs - Raigad, Sanika Jagdale - Urban Development, Industries, Mining, Employment & Self-Employment - Aurangabad City, Satyajit Kadam - Finance & Planning, Ports - Sangli, Mayuri Atram - Forest - Chandrapur, Anirudha Jangam - School Education - Pune, Neeraj Jadhav - Marathi Language, Cultural Affairs, Housing - Pune, Abhishekh Patil - Housing - Mumbai, Prerana Shah - Revenue - Relief and Rehabilitation - Public works (excluding public undertakings) - Kolhapur City, Yogeshwari Undhe - Women and Child Development - Ahmednagar City, Pratap Sawant - Rural Development - Satara, Dhiraj Mundhe - Tribal development - Hingoli, Kalpanje Nathe - Parliamentary Affairs - Nashik, Abhijit Randhe - Water Resources, Medical, Education, Tourism - Jalgaon, Abhijit Patil - Transport, Environment - Dhule Rural, Geeta Bawane - Energy - Nagpur City, Nilisha Goyal - Water Supply, Sanitation - Jalna City, Aakash Tekwade - Public Health and Family Welfare - Pimpri Chinchwad, Shivam Acharya - Information Technology & Broadcasting - Nanded, Mukul Waghare - Social Justice, Special Assistance - Gadchiroli, Rangoli Padghan - Agriculture, Horticulture - Parbhani, Praful Thijare - Water Conservation, Protocol, Employment Guarantee Scheme - Wardha, Neeraj Jadhav - Cattle and Dairy development, Fisheries - Latur    YIN Guardian 2017 - 18 | Sujit Masal - Pune, Pravin Kolhe - A.nagar, Kalpanje nate - Nasik, Vijay Patil - Jalgaon, Abheejit Patil - Dhule, Rupal Jain - Nandurbar, Smitesh Mahtre - N.Mumbai, Snehal Gaikwad - Hingoli, Rashmi Kherudkar - Jalna, Rushikesh Sakanpur - Parbhani, Dhiraj Pawar - Aurangabad, Shreeram Moterge - Nanded, Shikant Jadhav - Latur, Krushna Aandle - Beed, Shubham Bhosle - Satara, Saurabh chaudhari - Kolhapur, Mrumai Mali - Sangli, Shreenivas Sarathe - Solapur, Ajinkya Shewale - Ratnagiri, Bakti Sutar - Sindhudurg, Deepu Tiwari - Raigad, Mrunal Sonawane - Thane, Kalpesh Kawale - Mumbai, Krutika Mehere - Palghar, Vaishanvi Nidhade - Akola, Latesh Valke - Nagpur, Ashish Kalwale - Vardha, Vishal Rathod - Yavatmal, Baghwan Dhole - Vashim, Rajkumar Naik - Amravati, Prashant Shende - Gadchiroli     Newly Elected YIN Ministry 2016-2017 | Aniket More CM - Satara, Gazal Khan Deputy CM - Nagpur, Vivek Pawar Home Minister - Aurangabad, Tejas Patil Finance Minister - Nashik, Yogesh Jadhav Education Minister - Pune, Hemant Rajesht Parliamentary Affairs - PCMC, Alfeeya Chhapekar Women & Child Welfare - Raigad, Jaywant Jagtap PWD - Beed, Kanchan Gopchade Industrial Minister - Hingoli, Vishal Nandagawli Tribal Development Minister - Akola, Kalyani Deshmukh Ministry of Rural Development - Jalna, Pranav Veer Patil Cooperation Minister - Osmanabad, Bhushan Bajad Water Resources Ministry - Buldana, Sagar Mangnle Water Conversation & Employment Ministry - Nanded, Mohit Sahare Forest Minister - Wardha, Tejaswini Patil Cultural Youth & Sport Ministry Minister - Sangli, Jinal Jain Revenue Minister - Jalgaon, Sumedh Ambhore Agriculture Ministry - Yavatmal
YIN congratulates the winners of the Student Cabinet Ministry |



YIN: Youth across the State help children deprived of education

A large section of society in India is #deprived of #education due to various reasons. Despite provisions like the #RightToEducation (RTE), several children do not get the opportunity to go to school. With a view to restore the #rights of these deprived children, youth from various colleges across the State have undertaken initiatives to educate them.



A large section of today’s #youth is not educated enough to earn a proper living. This alarming level of #illiteracy is a deterrent to the #progress of the country. Even if children are educated, they have no extra-curricular experience. Many children can’t even afford to buy books. Under the student run #YouthforYouth campaign, the students of COEP try to solve all these problems. Students help #UnderpriviledgedChildren by #distributingbooks for their education. They have planned to expand their activities by going to each community and helping the children. The classes will also include extra-curricular activities, basic life skills and any other thing that is not taught in schools. Once they achieve success in the city, the students plan to start the same initiative in the rural areas too.


In today’s world, #education is a must. #RuralAreas have less number of schools and there are not many schools catering to #UnderprivilegedChildren. Educating a child is one of the most important aspects for the country to progress. In #RuralAreas, boys are made to help their fathers in the #field and girls must learn #household chores. By educating these children, we ensure better lives for them and their families. So #education in #RuralAreas must be given more importance as most of our country’s population lives in villages. Keeping this in mind, #YIN members stayed at a #RemoteVillage for 10 days and #taught the children #English and #alphabets and numbers. Through #YIN, we want to reach out to many more villages as education gives children knowledge, not only about mathematics and science, but also teach them a lot about day-to-day activities.


In a small village Umbarli, which is about 12 km from Dombivli, children have access only to pre-primary and primary #Marathi-medium schools. If the children want to learn #English, they have to travel to nearby towns or cities. To enable 15-20 children of Junior KG to study #English, The members of #YoungInspiratorsNetwork (YIN) have resolved to provide 15-20 children of classes junior KG with English classes. The classes will be organised thrice a week for one-and-a-half hours each. At the end of the year, an #examination will also be conducted. Parents of the children will have to pay a #NominalFee of Rs 50 so that the children take the extra studies seriously. The #YIN team will coordinate with a government recognised school and after the success of the #proposed plan with Junior KG students, they plan to take classes for senior KG and standard I students too. They will also conduct drawing and mathematics competitions so that children’s interest in studies is enhanced.