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1st Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad - 2011


  • India: The Super Power

  • India vs Bharat - Urban-Rural divide and its spiritual dimension 

  • Emerging Threats to Environment 

  • Youth Participation in Democracy 

  • Opportunities for Youths in Globalised Era 

  • Is Media Far Away From Reality?

  • Role of Corporate Sector in Nation Building 

  • Combating Corruption 

  • National Security 

  • Developing Grassroots Leadership 

  • State of Women Empowerment Today 


  • Commitment by all political parties of India to select 50% youth candidates for parliament, Assembly and Local Bodies elections.

  • Opening up of two hundred vocational training institutes in two hundred Naxalite affected districts of India to train the local youth only.

  • Two mandatory workshops about RTI per year in each village to contain corruption and Red Tapism.

  • Limiting the unrestricted consumption of electricity in urban centers and to reduce the load shedding hours in villages.

  • Setting up of khadi textile units in each district of Maharashtra to generate employment in rural areas and to reduce the widening divide between rural and urban areas.

  • Commitment of each youth to plant & protect one tree in the life time.

  • Capacity building training for one month for all people residing in urban slum areas.

  • Election to be conducted to constituting student councils in all colleges of Maharashtra.

  • One month workshop for every 6 months in each village to impart computer literacy and creating awareness about its need.

  • To facilitate inter-state annual study tours for college students at concessional fares to be provided by the ministry of Railways, Govt. of India.

  • To increase the number of Women police personnel by 3 fold in the present police force.

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