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Sambit Patra addressed Inmantecians in Aawaj – Youth Parliament
January 3, 2017
Aawaj – The Mock Indian Parliament marked success
With total 56 delegates from ruling and opposition party, Law Department of Inmantec Business School embarked a successful journey for the first of its kind Youth Parliament – Aawaj.
We proudly announce successful session of first day of first demo parliamentary session of Inmantec Business School and feel privileged to introduce Dr. Sambit Patra; spokesperson of Bhartiya Janta Party as our guest of honour for Aawaj – Mock Parliament Session. The gentleman does not need any explanation. His words, His intellect, His style speaks everything. He started with demonetisation covering other hot topic of India and ended with a message to be at extreme conditions with a passion to fulfill your dreams.
Dr. Vimal Joshi, Dean of BPS Mahila Vishwavidhyalaya; State University of Haryana, Head Examiner in Public Service Commission, Corporate Law Expert in Kumaun University made his presence as guest of honor for the event. Smt. Shalini Miital, Renowned Indian Author, Thinker, Journalist and currently serving Directorate Board of Akashvani also addressed students during this parliamentary session.
The main motive of Aawaj is to make students familiar with democratic happenings, equip them with debating skills, stimulate them to present their own thoughts and listen to those of others, how to follow through, advocate for an idea, and make it a reality. To channelize the energies of young students towards creativity rather than destruction. It also helps to shape a sense of leadership quality and inculcate decision making.
The discussion centered around the whole concept of section 370 and then directed to religious, cultural and ethical implications of 370.Highlights of Session was discussed over and over again that weather article 370 should be repealed or not?
Also, a really good point came out from the discussion which was that the money won’t be solution in the rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits, it is now necessary that instead of green notes, the Government must give them solace and better situations and surroundings for their living.
The discussions were so strong; both the arguments and counter arguments simply compelled everyone in the country about various factors affecting our country. Discussions and debates were varied and gripped the audience till the last moment. Students who participated in the event said it was a great learning experience.
The very successful two day conference concluded with a closing ceremony, which was looked forward by all the delegates, since it included the most quintessential part of the conference, namely, the prize distribution. With the completion of this conference, we ended up marking a new beginning, since it has left an appreciable impact on everyone and especially the young
delegates who have returned enriched and ready to bring about a change, as the theme of the conference suggests realizing the power within them and ensuring their freedom of speech i.e. Aawaj.