Third Youth Parliament to focus on ‘Healthy Youth, Healthy India

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Free entry for all students from across India for participation in Youth Parliament organised by Dr Sudhakarrao Jadhavar Social and Educational Trust

Pune : In order to inspire youths to work towards ‘Healthy youth, healthy politics and healthy India’, the Dr Sudhakarrao Jadhavar Social and Educational Trust is organizing 3rdYouth Parliament on February 3 and 4.
“Youth power needs to be channelized and given push properly so that they take up either politics or social work in a positive way, said Shardul Jadhavar, Founding President of Youth Parliament.

The Youth Parliament is being hosted by Narhe-based Dr Sudhakarrao Jadhavar Social and Educational Trust at their Auditorium wherein experts from different fields such as politics, social work would guide youths on different issues, said Jadhavar.

Maharashtra Minister of Agriculture and Marketing Sadabhau Khot will preside over the Youth Parliament and will be assisted by Rahul Karad, Popatrao Pawar, Mandar Phanse and Sureshdada Patil.

About 500 students from Maharashtra and Goa are slated to attend the Youth Parliement under the scheme of Nehru Yuva Kendra. Also around 2000 students from Pune, Kolhapur, Akola, Satara, Marathwada and Konkan regions are expected to take part.

“At the Youth Parliament, there will be discussion on political, social, economic and educational issues faced by the country,” said Dr. Sudhakarrao Jadhavar.

“We expect students in the age group of 18 to 40 to participate in the Youth Parliament. We have made arrangements for stay and food for a period of one day,” informed Jadhavar. Interested students may contact 020-65227227 or 8605769970 or register themselves at [email protected]. The students will need to send in their name, college name and address for registration process to complete.

“Our aim to be empower youth through such discussion and debate with experts from the respective fields available for guidance,” said Jadhavar.
The Trust has made entry free for all the students who wish to participate in the Youth Parliament, he announced.