Conference on Indian Development Model by Indian Youth Parliament @ Surat, Gujrat [July 20-21]: Apply by July 7
About the organiser:
Indian youth parliament an organisation to aware and motivate youth how they can contribute towards society directly or indirectly.
Is a platform, where youth from all ideologies share their opinions. It works as an awakening dialogue in Rajasthan to evolve future young brains. It seeks to transform the outlook of young minds for their involvement and access in social and rational causes.
About the conference:
Indian youth parliament is organising a two days conference on Indian Development Model: Under Sovernity and Diversity on 20th and 21st July in Surat, Gujrat.
The conference will give a platform where experts of each field, whether it’s politics, art or business, would be there along with the young minds. The conference will be like parliamentary session
Experts will have an opportunity to show the vision beyond each policy and offer small goals to the youth to work towards that direction.
In recent times, the country has witnessed that youth is being eager to see the transformation and wish to see the country grow, which was clear through the active participation of youth in the last elections! But, still the youth is working in various directions, lacking a clear vision and even the government seems not to be in sync with our real needs.
Similarly, youth will get the platform to share their ground level hardships, problems and requirements so that the experts will consider those significant and can work accordingly.
Eligibility: College students
Dates: 20th and 21st July 2019
Surat, Gujrat, India
Registration Procedure and fee details:
To register, click here.
The conference is for free.
Deadline: First week of July
Mobile number: 8005807410
The website link is here.
About the Author
I am an army girl! I Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?