9th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad - 2019

BCS SESSIONS

  • Indian Economy : Post Demonetization and GST

  • Curbing Crime Against Women : What Celebrities and Social Icons Can Do ?

  • One Nation - One Election : A Step Towards Great Governance

  • Casteism and Corruption : Biggest Blots on Indian Democracy

  • Judicial Turmoil : Disquiet and Dissent of Indian Judiciary
     

BCS RESOLUTIONS

  • Session 1: Fake News and Social Media: A Lethal Combination

  • We, the participants of the 9th BCS, demand that education departments of all state governments should develop a curriculum in Higher Secondary Education to empower teen-agers to identify fake news and to take up remedial actions against Fake News on Social Media.

  • Session 2: Indian Economy: Post Demonetization and GST

  • We, the participants of the 9th BCS, demand that the Union Government should prepare a time-bound action plan for inclusion of poor people and rural areas in the Digital Economy. Without penetration, access and ability to use the Digital Technology, radical measures such as Demonetization and GST will not be successful.

  • Session 3: Curbing Crime against Women: What Celebrities and Social Icons can do?

  • We, the participants of the 9th BCS, appeal to the Celebrities and Social Icons to campaign against Crime against Women without political bias and not to endorse or promote the misogynist advertisements / programmes and sexism in the public places, movies and any other mediums.

  • Session 4: One Nation One Election: A Step Towards Great Governance

  • We, the participants of the 9th BCS, appeal to all the political parties and Election Commission of India to work towards evolving a consensus on rationalizing frequency of elections in India. The resources saved should be utilized to strengthen governance mechanism.

  • Session 5: Casteism and Corruption: Biggest Blots on Indian Democracy

  • We, the participants of the 9th BCS, resolve not to vote in the forthcoming Lok Sabha election on the basis of Caste and Religion. We demand that the Central Government and all the State Governments must implement The Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 in letter and spirit.

  • Session 6: Judicial Turmoil: Disquiet and Dissent of Indian Judiciary

  • We, the participants of the 9th BCS, appeal to the highest authorities in Indian Judiciary to uphold its autonomous vis-à-vis the Executive and Legislative in order to maintain democratic ethos of the country.

  • INSPIRING YOUTH, STRENGTHENING DEMOCRACY 9th BHARATIYA CHHATRA SANSAD

  • Special Resolution-1

  • We, the participants of 9th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, having acknowledged that population explosion is a major problem facing our country, appeal to all political parties to evolve a time bound policy framework to address this problem.