Resolutions Passed

Resolutions passed from BCS 1 to BCS 9

1st Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (12th-14th January, 2011)


  1. Commitment by all political parties of India to select 50% youth candidates for parliament, Assembly and Local Bodies elections.
  2. Opening up of two hundred vocational training institutes in two hundred Naxalite affected districts of India to train the local youth only.
  3. Two mandatory workshops about RTI per year in each village to contain corruption and Red Tapism.
  4. Limiting the unrestricted consumption of electricity in urban centers and to reduce the load shedding hours in villages.
  5. 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.
  6. Commitment of each youth to plant & protect one tree in the life time.
  7. Capacity building training for one month for all people residing in urban slum areas.
  8. Election to be conducted to constituting student councils in all colleges of Maharashtra.
  9. One month workshop for every 6 months in each village to impart computer literacy and creating awareness about its need.
  10. To facilitate inter-state annual study tours for college students at concessional fares to be provided by the ministry of Railways, Govt. of India.
  11. To increase the number of Women police personnel by 3 fold in the present police force.




2nd Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (10th-12th January, 2012)


  1. We the student Leaders assembled here at the Second Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, Pune, India, hereby resolve and appeal to the Government of India to formulate policies that seek to widen representation of the youth in all democratic institution from Gram Panchayat to the parliament, considering the fact that more than half of India is below 30 years of age.

  2. We the student Leaders assembled here at the Second Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, Pune, India, hereby resolve and appeal to the Central & State Government of India to give top priority to socio-economic justice in order to usher in an era of sustainable development to minimize the rift between the rich and the poor.

  3. We the student Leaders assembled here at the Second Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, Pune, India, hereby resolve and appeal to the Government of India to launch the “National Leadership Development Mission” to groom the young enthusiastic student leaders, having a Global Vision based on Gandhian Ideology.

  4. We the student Leaders assembled here at the Second Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, Pune, India, hereby resolve and appeal to the Government of India to implement the concept of PURA (PROVIDING URBAN AMMENITIES TO RURAL AREA), envisaged by former President of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, which will certainly help in minimizing the urban rural divide.

  5. We the student Leaders assembled here at the Second Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, Pune, India, hereby resolve and appeal to the Government of India to formulate suitable rules and regulations so that the bio-diversity rich regions and fragile ecological regions do not fall under the ambit of land acquisition.

  6. We the student Leaders assembled here at the Second Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, Pune, India, hereby resolve and appeal to the Government of India to constitute a committee consisting of members from national & regional parties to seek consensus to debar the candidates with criminal background from contesting elections at any level.

  7. We the student Leaders assembled here at the Second Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, Pune, India, hereby resolve and appeal to the Government to ensure that the educational institutions established in the corporate sectors across the country provide reservations for the students coming from the marginalized sections of society.

  8. We the student Leaders assembled here at the Second Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, Pune, India, hereby unanimously resolve and pledge not to indulge in any corrupt practices and further we wholeheartedly commit ourselves to transform the dream of “Corruption free India” into reality.

  9. We the student Leaders assembled here at the Second Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, Pune, India, hereby resolve and appeal to the Government of India to strengthen the NAM (Non Aligned Movement) to safeguard the interests of underdeveloped countries and intensify its fight against undemocratic regimes, hunger and poverty in those countries.

  10. We the student Leaders assembled here at the Second Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, Pune, India, hereby resolve to make social networking a tool of social development, where all the developmental issues will get priority, so that government could utilize it as a reliable source of public opinion.

A SPECIAL RESOLUTION- PUNE DECLARATION OF 2ND BHARATIYA CHHATRA SANSAD PUNE, INDIA

1. To make specific legislations to curb the most horrifying criminalization of Indian Polity and also to wipe out the curse of hideous corruption being faced by India.

2. To constitute an Expert Committee comprising of legal luminaries, constitutional experts, social thinkers, visionary leaders of different political parties and able administrators at the earliest, so as to save this world’s Largest Functioning Democracy from further deterioration.

3. Appeal to all the political parties of India, not to give candidature to any person having proven criminal and /or corrupt background for any of the elections, right from the Gram Panchayat to the Parliament.




3rd Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (10-12th January, 2013)


  1. We the student leaders assembled here in the 3rd Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to the central and state government to constitute Peace committees compromising local citizens, surrendered Naxalites, youth representatives from the respective districts and members of the civil society to have a dialogue on sustainable basis for peaceful solutions in eighty Naxal affected districts of the country.

  2. We the student leaders assembled in the 3rd Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby to the Government to make an Agricultural Price Commission autonomous to prevent hoarding, trade malpractices and to prevent political interference in the price mechanism to protect farmer’s interest.

  3. We the student leaders assembled here in the 3rd Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad appeal to the Government to enact law for all national and regional parties to reserve fifty percent candidateship for youth between 25 to 45 in all types of elections to promote youth participation in politics .

  4. We the student leaders assembled here in the 3rd Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to the government to make provision for effective implementation of skill enhancement training programs for poor and underprivileged communities, which will create quality human resource I in the country.

  5. We the student leaders assembled here in the 3rd Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to the government to amend the judicial process so as to keep a six month deadline for the trial and verdict of a rape case. Also, new provisions for punishment need to be made in order to prevent threats to witness in a rape case.




4th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (10-12th January, 2014)


Session 1 : Sita, Draupadi Se Nirbhya tak – Preventing Crime against women

We, the student leaders assembled here in 4th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to each and every Indian to stand firmly against any crime against women.

Session 2: Political Leadership- What young India wants?

We, the student leaders assembled here in 4th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to the government to have strong law to stop person accused with Criminal Charges to contest elections.

Session 3: Is Consumerism Consuming India?

We, the student leaders assembled here in 4th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad resolve to reject products offered by Multinational corporations if we offer equally competent Indian Products.

Session 4: Money & Politics: Is Democracy for Sale ?

We, the students leaders assembled here in 4th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to the government to develop a mechanism that will ensure a strong enforcement of law against the cases of buying votes.

Session 5: Film, Music & Sports- Unifying Forces in India ?

We, the students leaders assembled here in 4th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, appeal to the government that politicians who are not interested in developing sports as a culture and career, are not to be allowed to govern any of the Indian sports establishments.

Session 6: Innovative Education: Empowering youth ?

We, the student leaders assembled here in 4th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to the government to have innovative, skill enhancing and qualitative approach towards education system to create job ready students and entrepreneurs in India.

Session 7: Resolving Naxalism through Development?

We, the student leaders assembled here in 4th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to all political parties to have effective, aggressive and constructive pro-people programs in the Naxal hit areas to resolve their problems instead of adopting vote bank politics.




5th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (10-12th January, 2015)


Inaugural Resolution

We the students of leaders of India assembled here for the 5th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby resolve to participate in all the constructive efforts and democracy process while working with commitment towards building a great nation

Session 1: Media: Truth or TRP?

We the student leaders of India, assembled here for 5th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to the Indian Government to restrict foreign investments in Indian Media Houses to promote robust and rational public discourse and to enlighten the public without pandering to prejudices.

Session 2 : Heroes of India – Agents of Change

We the students leaders of India, assembled here for 5th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby resolve to Fuse personal goals with public good and work for betterment of society to emerge as future agents of change for India.

Session 3: 33% - Is it a real tool for Women empowerment?

We the students leaders of India, assembled here for 5th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to all political parties to give space for women to emerge as leaders and we further appeal to women leaders to redefine notions of power, and focus on public amenities, education, health care, employment, rule of law and public safety.

Session 4: Temples of Democracy under siege a global perspective

We the students leaders of India, assembled here for 5th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to all elected representatives to respect parliamentary procedures and to remain committed to protect the decorum and sanctity of temples of democracy.

Session 5: Lets us bring politics before Bollywood and Cricket

We the student leaders of India, assembled here for 5th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to all political parties in India to adopt innovative and structured ways to provide more and more actionable opportunities to Indian youth to join politics.

Session 6: Religion in Storm or Storm I Religion

We the students leaders of India, assembled here for 5th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby resolve that we will nor misuse Social Media and other public forums to defame any religion.

Session 7: Back to Basics: Roti, Kapta and Makan

We the students leaders of India, assembled here for 5th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to the Government to bring in politics which will ensure inclusive development and fulfillment of basic needs and legitimate aspirations of each and every Indian Citizen.




6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (27th -30th January, 2016)


Inaugural Session

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to introduce New Policies to control the population Growth Rate in India which are concurrent with the current socio- economic status of the country and to implement them with immediate effect.

Session 1 : Strong States for Stronger India

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to make the provisions for creating and strengthening cooperative federalism in India and create stronger to ensure the decentralization of power from financial, social and political perspective.

Session 2 : Spiritualization of Politics: A vision or an illusion

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government and all the politics in India to create an environment for ensuring the spiritual upliftment of politics leaders in collaboration with established spiritual institutions like art of living or Patanjali Yogpeeth, so as to propagate value based politics resulting into better governance.

Session 3: Nation Integration through Culture & Constitution

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to make fundamental duties enforced by law so as to ensure that people in India protect the sovereignty, integrity and unity of our nation.

Session 4: State of Preparedness: Military Vs Police

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to make military and Police Service well equipped and be prepared for any contingencies without and political interference for their effective long term functioning.

Session 5: Political Governance through the Eyes of Corporate

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to facilitate ad environmental that will focus on skill development from an early age while effectively implementing and monitoring innovative Initiatives like Start- up India.

Session 6: Politics of Political, Electoral & Judicial Reforms

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government and all the political parties to enact and implement electoral and judicial reforms keeping Board National Interest as the Sole Criterion.

Session 7: Will Income & Crop Security Seal the Fate of Farmers?

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to craft and implement the Agricultural Reforms that will secure the fate of the farmers’ crop insurance and realistic minimum support price while taking into account the dependability on Monsoon.

Session 8: Is Globalization a Necessary Evil?

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to adopt planned and well thought a scientific Approach for Industrialization and Globalization while retaining core value system of India.

Session 9: Oscars, Olympics & Nobles: Still a Distant Dream?

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to invest in R&D, create an infrastructure and environment for higher manifestation of human aspirations and constructive creativity in the field of sports, Arts, Science and Technology which will result in developing a new – Culture in India.

Valedictory Session

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to introduce Academic Institutions which can be termed as Indian institute of Leadership across the nation those will provide education on political ledership, democracy and governance.

Special Resolution

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government and all the political parties to avoid from creating issues and controversies over the life, work and contribution of yester years leaders that will in any manner malign their image in the eyes of Indians.

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to and all the political parties to adopt minimum formal education criterion for all the politicians ensuring the exposure of educated citizens to the domain of politics leading to a more effective and innovative policy making.

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, while remembering Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar – Principal Architect of the constitution of India, in his 125th birthday anniversary year, appeal government to initiate a discussion that will aim at realistic revision of the current reservation policies.

We, the student leaders of India, assembled here for 6th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, hereby appeal to the Government to substantially increase that percentage of the budget that is spent on the education, research and development and the Innovation in India.




7th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (17th -19th January, 2017)


Session 1: Freedom of Expression: How much is too much?

We, the students leaders assembled here in 7th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, appeal to the government to implement a twin policy of promoting and protecting freedom of expression without political bias and to take legal action against all those who spread hatred in the name of freedom of expression.

Session 2: Colonial Mindset: A Rich Heritage or a Curse?

We, the students leaders assembled here in 7th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, appeal to the government to revamp out educational system to bring the youth out of colonial mindset, which was destroyed due to many years of colonial rule by the rulers for perpetuating their hegemony and has continued even after independence.

Session 3: Reservation on Caste: Social justice or Total injustice?

We, the students leaders assembled here in 7th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, appeal to the government to provide benefits of reservation on the basis of economic backwardness rather than considering caste as the only basis.

Session 4: Repositioning India: A Global perspective

We, the students leaders assembled here in 7th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, resolve to strive relentlessly to portray India as the greatest democratic country in the world which has embraced the modern outlook while when continuing its deep rooted ethos of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.

Session 5: Black Money & Elections: Who will the Bell the Cat ?

We, the students leaders assembled here in 7th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, appeal to the government to make Military and Police Services well equipped and be prepared for any contingencies without any political interference for their effective long term functioning.

Session 6: Multinational Corporations: Saviours or sabateurs?

We, the students leaders assembled here in 7th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad, appeal to the government to strictly ensure MNC’s adhere the safety and health norms and to simultaneously utilize India’s potential towards developing indigenous mega enterprise.




8th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (19th-21st January, 2018)


Session 1: Indian Democracy in Black and White

We the student leaders assembled here in the 8th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to strengthen Democratic Institution by ensuring timely implementation of Jan Lokpal Bill from the upcoming Budget Session and appointing Lokayuktas.

Session 2: Triple Talaq: The Drama and Discontents

We the student leaders assembled in the 8th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby resolve to develop an atmosphere of trust and harmony so as to push government to implement uniform civil code to ensure every citizen of this country irrespective of sex, caste and religion are treated with equality and dignity.

Session 3: Casteism in Indian Democracy: Problems and Prospects

We the student leaders assembled here in the 8th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby pledge to end the centuries long demarcation of village setups on caste line and appeal the government to bring an act which will ensure that people of all castes and religions will peacefully co-exist

Session 4: GDP Vs GDH

We the student leaders assembled here in the 8th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to the government and publish Gross Domestic Happiness Index as an official indicator along with Gross Domestic Product and ensure and bring an act in parliament for mandatory social audit of all governments spending.

Session 5: Be Mature: Save Nature

We the student leaders assembled here in the 8th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to the government to increase our forest cover from approximately 20% to 30% within next one decade and also appeal to the government to make adherence to sustainable development parameters mandatory for public and private investments and to include all elements of mother nature in ‘Sabka Vikas.

Session 6: Satyagraha: 100 years of Mahatma in India

We the students assembled here in the 8th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad hereby appeal to all political parties to take Mahatma Gandhi beyond posters, rhetoric and tokenism and to rather focus on his life teaching and 11 vows and include them as a part of school education system.




9th Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (18th-20th January, 2019)


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.





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