Rotaract Club of Patalganga is organising a Youth Parliament Competition on 1st and 2nd May 2021.
Rotaract Club of Patalganga has come up with its first edition of enthralling RCP National Youth Parliament under Professional Development and Community Service Avenue.
The youth of the country should indulge more and more in the policymaking, debate and discussion with a vision to make the country progress. The competition cum conference is open to all the emerging leaders from schools,
junior colleges, undergraduate and postgraduate colleges across India to register for the same.
National Youth Parliament will be a simulation of the Indian Parliament wherein the debate will be done as per the Indian Parliamentary Procedures.
About the Youth Parliament
Youth Parliament is an academic mock stimulation of how our parliament functions. A mock youth parliament aims to promote debate deliberation on issues of national importance. In a youth parliament, students represent various portfolio and discuss issues of national importance. It spreads and educates students on parliamentary procedure.
Registration Fees: Rs. 300/-
Conference Dates: 1st and 2nd May 2021
The registration link is here: https://tinyurl.com/v5cvxth3
The Objective of the Youth Parliament
- To strengthen the roots of parliamentary democracy.
- To inculcate healthy habits of discipline.
- To enable the students the learning about the parliamentary system of government functioning.
- To hear the voice of youth between 18 to 25 years of age, who are eligible to vote but cannot stand as a candidate for election, through deliberations in Youth Parliaments at the district level and above.
- To encourage the youth to engage with public issues, understand the common man’s point of view, form their opinions and express it in an articulate manner.
- To develop and enhance decision-making abilities
- To develop in them a respect and tolerance for the views of others.
- To develop in them an understanding that respect for rules is essential for conducting any discussion systematically and effectively.
- To make available their views to policymakers and implementers to take it forward.
Agenda of the Youth Parliament
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(For winners in each committee)
- Best Parliamentarian: Rs. 3,000/-
- High Commendation: Rs. 1,500/-
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