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BHARATIYA CHHATRA SANSAD (INDIAN STUDENT PARLIAMENT) FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 1. What is Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad? A. A unique concept, first of its kind initiative which was never thought of before has now been unfolded as Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad. With a single minded devotion of channelizing the power of youth, the 'India Student Parliament', is a breeding ground for the young, enthusiastic and bright minds committed to lead the society, to effect political changes and to strengthen the dem
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  BHARATIYA CHHATRA SANSAD(INDIAN STUDENT PARLIAMENT) FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS1. What is Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad? A. A unique concept, first of its kind initiative which was never thought of before has now beenunfolded as Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad. With a single minded devotion of channelizing the powerof youth, the 'India Student Parliament', is a breeding ground for the young, enthusiastic andbright minds committed to lead the society, to effect political changes and to strengthen thedemocracy. 2. Whoinitiated the Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad? A. The Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad was conceptualized & initiated by Shri. Rahul V. Karad, Chief Initiator & Dean of MIT School of Government, Executive Director of MAEER’s MIT Group of Institutions, Pune.The 1 st   Indian Student Parliament  was organized at MAEER’s MIT Campus, Pune fromJan12-14, 2011 in association with Ministry of Higher & Technical Education, Government of Maharashtra. 3.What are the activities under Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad? A. It organizes a three day summitfor the youth mainly students from colleges in the month of Jan each year. Various eminent personalities come and share their views along with the youthfrom the same dais on issues related to youth. 4.When and where will be the next Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad organized? A. The 2 nd Indian Student Parliament will be organized at MAEER’s MIT campus, Pune fromJanuary10-12, 2012in association with Ministry of Higher & Technical Education, Governmentof Maharashtraand Ministry of Youth & Sports, Government of Maharashtra. 5.Kindly provide me more information about the 3-day event? A. The 2 nd Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad(Indian Student Parliament) will comprise of 9Sessionsina span of 3days. The participants will be given an opportunity to interact and speak their mindon the dais with prominent personalities from Politics, Spiritual, Environment, Media, Socialmovement, Entertainment and Sports World. At the end of each session, the issue underdiscussion will be open for voting by the participants. This will culminate into drafting of resolutions on all of these. These set of resolutions will be presented to the government of Maharashtraand other national & international organizations.  6.How can I participate in the program? A. There are two categories for participation in the program –i) STUDENT LEADERS: Any student who is socially motivated or preferably holding positionof leadership in any college affiliated to any Indian recognized university can register for theevent.ii) OTHERS: Candidates who are either not regular students of an Affiliate College orentrepreneurs or working in any organization.The registration forms for both the categories have been uploaded on the website.To register youhave to download the registration form from the website (www.indianstudentparliament.com ) orrequest one from the Chhatra Sansad office. Alternatively you may fill it online on the websitealso. You need to attach one photograph on the form or alternatively upload on the website. Anominated student has to endorse his/her registration form from thecollege principal, others maycourier it directly along with the demand raft of appropriate amount as applicable (refer Q.7) toour corresponding address. On receiving the form we will scrutinize and if all things are in orderyou will be issued an I-card for participation. Other things you will have to collect from theregistration counter at the venue before the start of the event. 7.What is the registration fee for participation in Chhatra Sansad? A. Registrations are on first cum first serve basis, subject to availability of seats.  For STUDENT LEADER the registration fee on or before 30 th November, 2011 is Rs.800/-; with Late Fee on or after 1 st December, 2011 is Rs. 1000/-.  For OTHERS the registration fee on or before 30 th November, 2011 is Rs. 1500/-;withLate Fee on or after 1 st December,2011 is Rs. 2000/-.The fee has to be paid via Demand Draft duly drawn in favor of  “Parliament of Indian StudentCouncil” payable at Pune. 8. What all things are included in the registration fee? A.The registration fee includes –participation fee for the 3 days; a participation kit(I-card, Bag,T-shirt, Note Pad, Pen, Books etc.); Snack coupons for day 1, 2 & 3; Lunch coupons for day 2 &3 and a Participation Certificate at the end of the 3-day event(all sessions have to be attended). 9.What is the process of selection of Student Leaders who will speakin these NINEsessions? A. In each of the sessions,2 student leaders from the participating delegates will speak on thesaid topic. These will be chosen after scrutinizing their reviews on the said topic either in audioor video format or as type written paper along with the filled in nomination forms by a selectioncommittee. In all there will be 18 student leaders who will speak during these 9sessions at the  summit. To participate in the above you are requested to send your opinion/views about the issuein an audio or video format in a CD (preferred) along with the registration form for the scrutinyby the selection panel. On getting selected you shall duly be informed by the panel. 10. What are the topics for deliberation at 2 nd Indian Student Parliament? Session 1Yes, India Can...Session 2Where is India’s Obama ?Session 3Bridging the Urban-Rural DivideSession 4Saving the Planet : Is it too late?Session 5Politics of DevelopmentSession 6CSR -Business Beyond ProfitSession 7Corruption free India : Dream or Reality ?Session 8Join Politics -Lead your IndiaSession 9Social Networking for Social Action 11.Whoare the Key Note Speakers at 2 nd Indian Student Parliament?Session 1Yes, India Can... Speech by His Holiness Dalai Lama and Dr. R. A. Mashelkar Session 2Where is India’s Obama ? Speech by Dr. Shashi Tharoor, M.PLok Sabha Session 3Bridging the Urban-Rural Divide Speech by Ms Arundhati Roy -Noted Novelist / Mr P. Sainath -Rural AffairsEditor, The Hindu / Ms. Chhavi Rajavat -Sarpanch from Rajasthan Session 4Saving the Planet : Is it too late? Speech by Mr. Prem Kumar Dhumal -Chief Minister, Himachal Pradesh and Dr.Rajendra Pachauri -Noted Ecologist Session 5Politics of Development Speech by Ms. Mamta Banerjee -Chief Minister, West Bengal / Ms. J.Jayalalitha-Chief Minister, Tamil Nadu Session 6CSR -Business Beyond Profit Speech by Mr Anand Mahindra -M.D, Mahindra & Mahindra / Mr. Azim Premji-Chairman, Wipro Ltdand Mr Naveen Jindal -MP, Lok Sabha Session 7Corruption free India : Dream or Reality ? Speech by Mr. Gadar (Mr Gummadi Vittal Rao) -Social Crusader and Mr Julian  Assange -Editor in Chief, WikiLeaks Session 8Join Politics -Lead your India Speech by National Presidents of Youth Wings-Mr. Anurag Singh Thakur(B.J.Y.M), Mr. Rajiv Satav(I.Y.C), Mr. P. Sreeramkrishnan (D.Y.F.I) and aPresident of Regional Party Session 9Social Networking for Social Action Speech by Mr. Nandan Nilekaini -Noted Entrepreneur & Chairman, UIDAI andMarkZuckerberg –Founder & Owner, Face Book  12.How resolutions are passed in the Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad? A. During the three days(Jan10-12, 2012) there will be 9 topics that will be deliberated upon bythe eminent speakers and 2 student representatives. It will be moderated upon by an eminentdignitary. After each such session the voting shall take place. The concerned resolution as per thetopic deliberated will be displayed on the LED screens at the venue. The resolution will bedisplayed both in English and Marathi. Final voting will be done through SMS at the venue. Thevoting will determine the final resolution.Each participant has to vote via SMS as per theoptions on a specific number. Once recorded, the percentage of votes for and against theresolution will be displayed on the screen and the same shall be recorded by a committee whichshall prepare a detailed report about all the resolutions passed after each of the 9 sessions. 13. When is the last date to apply for registration? A. The last date to accept registration form with concessional fee is 30 th November, 2011. Alatefee will be applicable (refer Q.7) on or after1 st December, 2011for registrations. Apply now toavoid last minute inconvenience to you and the management.Admission is strictly on first comefirst serve basis, subject to availability of seats. 14.Important Things TO NOTE” A. Things to remember:a.The registration fee for student leaderis Rs. 800/-and forothers is Rs. 1500/-per person . The fee has to be paid via Demand Draft duly drawn in favor of   “Parliament of Indian Student Council”  payable at Puneon or before 30 th November,2011 or else late fee will be applicable (refer Q.7).b.Lunch coupons would be given to participants along with the Identity Cards afterregistration.
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