MIZORAM YOUTH COMMISSION The Mizoram Youth Commission was set up by an Act of the Mizoram State Legislature Dr Vanlaltanpuia MLA is the present Chairman of MYC. It has been given statutory responsibility for promotion, exploration and enhancement of youth welfare. The commission has been concentrating its activity in providing coaching and guidance in the following activities. -
1. UPSC Online & Offline Coaching.
2. IIT-JEE & NEET Coaching.
3. Combined Defence Service.
4. Army Recruitment.
5. SSC & Banking.
6. Military Nursing.
7. GARUD – Indian Air Force
It also includes Allied Services and placements, Skills training and Vocational courses, employment generation and other youth programmes. The dawn of the 21st Century brings with it overwhelming aspirations in the lives of the youths and the new generation. The youths are the backbone of a society and they are the real stake-holders in writing the future of the society. For years, the youths of Mizoram have been coming forwarded in expressing their desire to have a separate functionary of the Government to look after their welfare in all aspects. Consequently, the Mizoram Youth Commission Bill, 2008 was passed by the Mizoram Legislative Assembly on April 2, 2008 and received the assent of the Governor on April, 2008. The MYC is mandated to provide a new World for the youth. The Commission has been concentrating its activity in providing coaching and guidance for All India Services and Allied Services, State Services and placements of job seekers, Skill training and vocational courses, employment generation and other youth programmes.