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Posted on Dec 27, 10:21AM | UNI
The three-day third Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (BCS), organised by MAAER's MIT School of Government, will be held at MIT campus in Pune from January 10 next year.
The BCS will be held in association with the Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, goverment of India, Ministry of Higher and Technical Education and Ministry of Sports and Youth Welfare, government of Maharashtra, under the aegis of Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad Foundation, said Rahul V Karad, founder and convenor of BCS Foundation, while talking to reporters here today.
It is supported by UNESCO chair for Human Rights, Democracy, Peace and Tolerance World Peace Centre (Alandi), MAEER's MIT, Pune, India.
As a precursor to the third Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad National Conclave, a manifesto for Young India, created by renowned cartoonist R K Laxman, specifically for the Sansad, was unveiled here at the hands of Rajesh Tope, Maharashtra Higher and Technical Education minister, and Padmakar Valvi, state Youth Affairs and Sports minister, in the presence of Mr Laxman, Dr Vishwanath D Karad, founder and executive president of MAEER's MIT Group of Institutions, Pune and Rahul V Karad.
Kamala Laxman, wife of Mr Laxman, spoke about the purpose of this creation.
About 10,000 young, enthusiastic and bright minds representing various Student Councils of the colleges affiliated to universities across the country will participate in the conclave.
A number of eminent persons including engaging thinkers, intellectual giants and political leaders will be interacting with the participating student leaders to imbibe and infuse a sense of moral, intellectual and political leadership in them.