Indian Student Parliment
The overwhelming and spontaneous response to the 1st Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (ISP) has been very motivating. The event was like a beginning of a silent evolution among the student leaders. The torch has to be carried further. The 2nd Parliament would strive to further the achievements of the 1st Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad. It seeks to explore other significant issues that seek the attention of the nation and youth in particular. The Second Student Parliament will be convened on 10th, 11th and 12th January 2012 at the MAEER’s MIT Campus, Pune, comprising of 9 sessions.
The Parliament seeks to take ahead the objectives of the MIT School of Government, which was established with the clear objective of imparting leadership training to educated youth of India, desirous of making a career in Politics and Government and providing selfless service to the nation. MIT-SOG is the first institute in India and Asia to have started a program of this kind and it is a matter of great pride that keeps us going.
In the span of these 3 days, participants will be given an opportunity to interact with prominent personalities from politics, spiritual, environment, media, social movement, entertainment and sports world and speak their mind on the dais. At the end of each session a resolution will be passed utilizing the active voting process by the participants. These three days will be of full churning, an exchange of opinions, advices from the seniors and expressions and hope of the participants. In each of the 9 sessions which you can see in the events list, we have given a few names of eminent speakers for each topic. Participation of one of them will be confirmed in next few days as main speaker for the designated session. Each session will be open for interactive discussion post lecture of the eminent speaker. Each of these sessions will be moderated by a member from the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.
We extend our hearty welcome to all the enthusiastic participants and dignitaries!
|Rajesh Tope||Padmakar Valvi||T. N. Seshan||Tushar Gandhi|
|Dr. R. A. Mashelkar||Prof. Dr. Vishwanath D. Karad||Dr. Vijay Bhatkar||Rahul V. Karad|
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