Committee-1

LOK SABHA

The Youth Parliament is a platform for the youth to speak up and make an impact on the change of an agenda for the country. To take on the policymakers and highlight the need for new thinking that will take the country forward. The platform will inspire the youth to express their views in an organised way as of a real Lok Sabha Session. It will also allow for the emergence of bright future leaders.

The target is to engage youth in a participative dialogue in a format that has never been done before. Youth have become deeply opinionated but at times are frustrated with the lack of opportunity to get their voice and opinions heard. The Youth Parliament is the platform for them to step forward and question policy and the people who have been formulating the policy.

Committee-2

HISTORIC AIPPM

The All India Political Parties Meet is a non-technical yet powerful committee introduced in order to emulate political realities by bringing to light various layers of polity and governance in India. It helps participants grasp the multi-layered processes that go behind policy-making and governance in India, providing them with a hands-on approach to the impediments and challenges that confront political parties in modern times.

Committee-3

CITIZEN’S DIALOGUE

The citizen’s Dialogue (CD) is a forum comprising of prominent and regular citizens aimed at creating a spirit of dialogue into the public. It is seen as a part of governance process; as part of the information on which elected representatives base their decisions. Through Citizens Dialogue, the values embraced by the citizens are combined with the factual information that the administration officers prepare. The aim is rather to support representative democracy by creating transparency, improving people’s understanding of the system and developing a collaboration between those who govern and those who are governed.

Committee-4

INDIAN PRESS

Indian Press team is responsible for making sure all important information is dutifully sent out to the public. It is their duty to release a timely report of what happens in committee. Indian Press is divided into three segments: Report Writing (Written journalism), Photo Journalism and Caricature. Being in committee will hone your skills to be a more attentive journalist, thinking on your feet and against the clock, working to capture the best and the worst of the Members of Parliament. It is always an electrifying experience, and working with the Team is a difference experience altogether.