International Journal of Multidisciplinary Education and Research


ISSN: 2455-4588

Vol. 2, Issue 3 (2017)

A socio-economical analysis of drug addiction by youths in India

Author(s): S Ananda
Abstract: The term ‘Drug’ now has been given a new opinions. It was used originally to means ‘Medicine’. However, now-a-days, the term ‘drug’ means not only medicine, but also the fatal narcotics that include cocaine, heroin, brown sugar, and many other specifications. All these drugs have their evil effects on the mind and body cells of the addicts. The young generations, particularly teenagers, are the worst victims of evils of Drug Addiction. The addicts find it impossible to control the drug intake. Various forms: Drugs are taken in various forms. Some are taken through injection, some are smoked and some are chewed and swallowed. Drugs are sold in deserted houses, lonely places, hotels, parks, and street corners. Some youths has more desires about future life, job opportunities, exam results, friendship, & other achievements. If they success no problem, but if they failed from that achievements they became more frustration. Then they try to forget that situation but incapable to forget inevitability they take alcohol, smoking, drug. The senses functioning alternative work. Ex-I can see the music, I can hear the picture etc. He loosed his all power, if he did not take drug the body parts will vibrate. The central & state government provides suitable scientific education facilities to school & colleges. Today the education facilities use only for certificate & marks card. There are no any orientation messages or effective guidelines to youths about his present / future life. So we must provide effective teachings & syllabus system.
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