The Think India Debating Forum is organising it’s first Jan Manch competition.
About the Event
A simulation of a large conference under which the general public can directly approach the government regarding their concerns.
It comprises of political parties, prominent journalists, cabinet ministers, social activists and common citizens of India as well. In these meetings, the assembly speaker and the cabinet ministers take a note of the problems and take it towards closure.
The government listens to the problems of the general public at their doorstep and finding solutions is the priority.
Dates: 26th and 27th December 2020.
- Whether a moral responsibility should weigh in on artists while making creative decisions?
- Does popular media like movies and songs have the capability to influence the public at large?
Register by filling out this google form: http://bit.ly/37Efi6e
No registration Fees.
Internship opportunities will be provided to the first three rank holders and certificates of Participation will be provided to the participants.
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