About Young Bhartiya Foundation
The Young Bhartiya is a Mumbai based think tank established for the purpose of providing the Indian youth with the opportunity to conduct research on policy and to collate the latent student force into creating vital changes in society.

The opportunity to participate in policy making so far not easily available to the Indian youth .We would like to bring this essential democratic weapon back to you, the youth, especially on issues that affect us. A completely student centric think tank, we plan on enhancing student lives in the best way we can. By providing a platform for your writings to get published, internships, employment opportunities and other initiatives, we plan on creating a holistic hub for you.

We accept articles and offer a platform for your writings to get wider recognition. You are welcome to write and conduct analysis on a variety of issues that interest you and this will give you more exposure to achieve your career goals. What separates us as an organization however is that we offer a platform for your voices to be heard. Our aim is 'make a change' whereby students can start movements for social change or enlist ideas for social innovation that will be carried out by the organization. The change we wish to see in our country tomorrow must begin with the youth of today. Together we must work, one, as ignited minds.

Our Mission

  • Developing leadership skill amongst students to administer and conduct research at a think tank by themselves, an opportunity that so far not available to undergraduates.
  • Create a platform that will foster student voices related to contemporary and social issues.
  • To provide internships to students in any field of their choice so that they can analyze policy in that particular field and decide for themselves if it is something they wish to pursue.


During the internship, I acquired the skills of how to go about writing the article in the first place. I was made aware of the importance of writing the concept note before digging deep into the content of the article. Through the course of writing the article, my supervisor guided me through the writing process, giving me suggestions on how best to improve my article and make rectifications."

Shubhra Aswal, Young Bhartiya Intern

Meet our leaders

Ameya Pratap Singh


Ameya Pratap Singh


Mr. Ameya Pratap Singh is an incoming student at the University of Oxford where he will be reading for a DPhil in South Asian Studies. He has previously completed his MPhil from the University of Cambridge, Masters from the London School of Economics and Political Science and B.A. from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. As founder of the Think Tank, The Young Bhartiya he essentially wants to create a platform for research and innovation that has been the driving force behind his own learning and intellectual acumen over the years. He has written research papers on varied subjects such as applying Kautilya's political treatise to 21st century India, john lockers political philosophy, child labor, The international fund and the working of the BMC. One of his research papers on green power project which was submitted to the government of Maharashtra will be used as a guideline to set up a power plant. Apart from academia Mr. Singh has also had significant exposure to public policy during his professional work with the office of the former President of India, Dr. Pranab Mukherjee, former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Mr. Prithviraj Chavan, Leader of Opposition in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, Mr. R.K.V. Patil, and Secretary of the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Mr. A.N. Tripathi. Along with all his academic endeavors he is also an avid sportsman and has played the nationals in Shooting and Water polo. For his long-term he wishes to be a good human and a successful business man, but not a monetary goal he wishes to revolutionize, similar to the mould of Elon Musk. His dedication to society can be judged from his role as a trustee of the Yogayatan Jankalyan Trust which distributes educational material to 3000 slum children every year. With this current initiative he wishes to reform the education system and provide a platform for young minds to participate in analysis and research and be able to publish their work. He wishes to use this research not just for the personal benefits of the students but to create adequate social change in society. He wants to mitigate the soon to be largest student population within the largest democracy in the world to shape a better future for us all.

Shilpa Desai