Think India is an initiative by ABVP to bring together the best talent in our country and to infuse them with a nation first attitude. It is an active forum of researchers, professionals and students where they debate on national issues, raise their concern and offer innovative solution to the problems.
Jwala ABVP KLA is a social wing maintained by the girl volunteers of ABVP Kerala Law Academy Unit, in Kerala Law Academy Law College, Peroorkada, Thiruvananthapuram.
Vidhyarthi Seva Trust is a registered trust, constituted in 1996, centred its work all over Kerala. Seminars and Colloquiums on different educational and social issues and reforms have been conducted regularly by the trust.
About the Speakers
Advocate K Ramkumar: Senior Lawyer at High Court of Kerala and Supreme Court of India. Advocate K Ramkumar will inaugurate the webinar.
Advocate Sivan Madathil: Senior Lawyer at High Court of Kerala and Supreme Court of India. Advocate Sivan Madathil is the main speakers in this webinar.
He has been the faculty member of various universities and academic institutions. He has also occupied various positions like Chairman, WMC-Global Environment Council, Chairman of Global Human rights Council, Gopio (Global Organisation of Peoples of Indian origin, organisation, Recognized by Ministry of External Affairs and also UNO) and General Secretary of CDEP (Centre for Diaspora Entrepreneurs and Professionals).
Advocate R V Sreejith: Lawyer at High Court of Kerala. Advocate R V Sreejith is the speaker of the webinar.
He has been practicing at High Court of Kerala for 20 years. He has completed his post-graduate diploma in Journalism from Bharathiya Vidhya Bhavan. He has been the National Executive member of ABVP.
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