GENDER EQUALITY

Committee-1

LOK SABHA

The Youth Parliament is a platform offered to the youngsters where they are given a mock parliament set up and exposure to the parliamentary type debate. It is a way to introduce the youngsters to lawmaking process and work of parliament process. The platform will inspire the youth to express their views in an organized way as for a real Lok Sabha session. It would encourage and bring out  leaders for a better tomorrow.

This platform requires you to step forward and question the policies of the policy makers themselves, to keep forward their views and opinions with confidence and boldness. It is about hearing and being heard in a way which has never been done before.

AGENDA

REVIEWING VARIOUS CRIMINAL LAWS WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON MAKING THEN GENDER NEUTRAL

Committee-2

ALL INDIA POLITICAL PARTIES MEET

All India Political Parties Meet(AIPPM) is a non-binding but impressively influential committee introduced with a motive to pattern after political realities to lay on the table all about the polity and governance in India. It enables the participants to understand the political savvy in India.

AIPPM not only stages and welcomes multifarious interests and opinions, it allows this country’s youth to have a seemingly-real experience to talk about and make decision on topics of national importance.

AGENDA

DELIBERATION ON THE TRIPLE TALAQ BILL WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON CRIMINALISING THE PRACTICE OF NIKAH HALALA

Committee-3

NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR WOMEN

National commission for women is a statutory body which is generally concerned with advising the government on all policy matters affecting women.

The sole mission of NCW is to strive towards enabling women to achieve equality and equal participation in all spheres of life by securing her due rights and entitlements through suitable policy formulation, legislative measures, effective enforcement of laws, implementation of schemes/policies and devising strategies for solution of specific problems/situations arising out of discrimination and atrocities against women.

AGENDA

DELIBERATION UPON RELIGIOUS RIGHTS OF WOMEN

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.