Pune: MIT World Peace University, MIT School of Government announces the 12th edition of its flagship six-day Annual National Conclave, Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad or BCS (Indian Student Parliament). 12th BCS will be inaugurated by Prof. S. P. Singh Baghel, Minister of State for Law and Justice, Govt. of India. Prominent personalities including ministers, industrialists and environmentalists will address the audience at the Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad which will commence from 15th September (International Day of Democracy) and will conclude on 17th September.
The three-day event is being organised at the Swami Vivekananda Sabha Mandap of MIT WPU, Kothrud under the joint aegis of the Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad Foundation, MIT School of Government and MIT World Peace University. Pune.
The student parliament will feature seven sessions on various themes such as Youth to Youth Connect; Dynasty – the untold truth of every political party; Democracy and corporatocracy – where does power lie?; Bharatiya cinema’s changing trends; Bharatiya media ruled by noise or ruled by law? Is a uniform civil code a good idea that has come to pass? followed by the valedictory ceremony.
Shri Rahul V. Karad, Executive President & Chief Initiator, MIT-SOG said “BCS’s entire concept is based on its apolitical attire, which it has worn for the past 11 years. It is altering people’s perceptions and reinvigorating youth interest in politics and the country’s political system.”
BCS is an annual MIT-WPU event that began its arduous journey in 2011 under the visionary leadership of young educationist Rahul V. Karad. It is the country’s largest platform for encouraging and empowering young people to participate actively in politics. After a rigorous selection process adopted by the colleges independently, nearly 10,000 politically and socially active students and young leaders from 450 universities and 28 states and 8 union territories of India participate in the meticulously planned Annual Conclave.