*Kumar Biswazit Saha-Lecturer
*Md. Tota Miah- Assistant Professor
Department of Business Administration, Varendra University,
(N.B. This article was published in 2019 in the International Journal of Humanities and Social Science)
Why this research was conducted?
The researchers are engaged in university teaching for more than three years. During this period of time, they have experienced that a significant number of their students are with low moral values and customs, lack of mannerism and patience, becoming short-tempered and aggressive day by day. They quarrel with each other for almost no reason; rebuke regardless of the presence of seniors even their teachers; smoke publicly; use slang here and there, and so forth.
In Bangladesh, there is around 30 percent of the total population is youth . Undoubtedly, youths are the valuable assets of a country. But, if they take the wrong route in life, they may turn into severe liabilities too. Khera  said, “people can be your biggest asset or your biggest liability”. It may act as a disease that will destroy a nation day by day. One of the common diseases is the moral downfall. Due to this downfall, young people behave rudely with seniors and juniors, tease girls, disrespect their parents and teachers, engage in social crime and their families also suffer seriously due to their activities. This article is based on secondary data and is all about finding out the possible reasons behind these sorts of behavior and the possible remedies for those.
Keywords — Youth, Moral, Atrophy, Bangladesh
Cite this paper as-
Kumar Biswazit Saha, Aleya Jebin, Md. Tota Miah , “Youth Moral Atrophy: An Exploratory Study to Focus on Reasons and Possible Solutions in Bangladesh” SSRG International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 6.3 (2019): 23-28.
Kumar Biswazit Saha, Aleya Jebin, Md. Tota Miah ,(2019). Youth Moral Atrophy: An Exploratory Study to Focus on Reasons and Possible Solutions in Bangladesh. SSRG International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 6(3),23-28.