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Youth Parliament Challenge
The Honourable Prime Minister shared the idea of youth becoming the voice of India in his Mann ki Baat address of 31st December, 2017: ...
The Honourable Prime Minister shared the idea of youth becoming the voice of India in his Mann ki Baat address of 31st December, 2017:
“I got an idea whether we could organize a mock parliament in every district of India? Where the youth between 18 and 25 could sit together and brain storm about new India, find ways and chalk our plans. How could we realize our resolves before 2022? How could we build an India of the dreams of our freedom fighters?”
“I propose that a mock Parliament be organized… comprising one young person selected from each district who would participate and deliberate on how a new India could be formed in the next five years. How can resolve be transformed into reality?”
He categorically spoke about giving a chance to the youth to put forth their views on various issues concerning the country. He reiterated his desire to organize the District Youth Parliaments in his address at time of the inaugural of the 22nd National Youth Festival on 12th January 2018.
OBJECTIVES OF ORGANISING THE NATIONAL YOUTH PARLIAMENT FESTIVAL
1.To hear the voice of youth between 18 and less than 25 years of age, who are allowed to vote but cannot stand as a candidate for election, through
deliberations in Youth Parliaments at district level and above.
2.To encourage the youth to engage with public issues, understand the common man's point of view, form their opinions and express it in an
3.To develop and enhance decision making abilities.
4.To develop in them a respect and tolerance for the views of others.
5.To develop in them an understanding that respect for rules is essential for conducting any discussion systematically and effectively.
6.To obtain and document their opinions on Vision of New India in 2022.
7.To make available their views to policy makers and implementers to take it forward.