Daily Archive: February 25, 2019

Youth Engagement and Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Trust organized “Youth Assembly”

Youth engagement along with Maulana Abul Kalam Azad trust organized “Youth Assembly” on feb 24, 2019 in Platinum Jubilee guest house, Andhra university.

With this program the students will gain creativity and leadership skills. They also will be able to understand the assembly preceding and take part In the country development.

To take the youth from talk to walk, practicing conversations from a desk of representative become imperative. Youth assembly has been designed to enable participants to rehearse this act of engaging in fruitful debates.

Designed according to the rules and conventions of the procedures followed in the assembly of Andhra Pradesh, the participants will represent different political factions and will get a chance to experience the procedure of amendment through a private member bill, and will get an opportunity to debate and voice their opinions.

Andhra university vice chancellor Pro Col. G. Nageswara Rao, Abul Kalam Azad Trust Chairman Khaja Rahamatullah, additional public prosecutor Bharkat Ali Khan have participated in the event.

Students from 36 colleges participated in this event from different cities and discussed on the topic “Election Reforms”
In this program the participated students are separated into ruling and oppositions parties and taken part in the assembly proceedings. Ruling party leader in Mohammed Baji and opposition party leader is Mohammed Shanmad, V. Vinod as a speaker.

Nevertheless than the actual assembly , they discussed on the issues of public.
On this event they produced election reforms 2019 bill.

The students have discussed on this below and made the below reforms.

Minimum Education Qualifications to Public Representatives

Mandatory Enrollment as Voter to all eligible candidates, Mandatory Casting of Voting to all voters and NOTA option in all elections

Bringing Political Parties under RTI Act and disclosure of Funds/Donations collected by Political Parties

Permanent Prohibition to Criminals (crimes which involve moral turpitude) to contest in elections

No Child limit disqualification to Parents for Contesting in Elections (to remove disqualification for local body elections)

Public Representatives will be prohibited to contest in elections for 5 years if they breached anti-defection law (changing to parties other than on which party symbol they have won).

Establishment of Special Courts to deal with offences under this law.

On this bill opposition party leader has said that vote casting should not be put as mandatory because, they do not want to force the public they act on the public front.

Ruling party leader chief minister candidate Mohammed Baji said that we tried to put voting as fundamental right.
The democracy is defined as for the people, by the people and of the people said by the opposition ruler.

Opposition Party debated against “Mandatory Casting of Vote” saying it will eventually lead to poor quality of opinion expression.

All the members of House agreed upon mandatory educational qualification to become a policy maker. Also “No Child Limit” is opposed by the Members of the Assembly.” Anti-Defection should be extended to 6 years” said Zameer Ahmed, Opposition Member.

Guests Bhaarkat Ali Khan, Additional Public Prosecutor, appreciated for choosing the right topic and throw some light on requirement of qualification for Politics.

Vice Chancellor of Andhra University, Prof. G. Nageswara Rao spoke about How Andhra University has given two Vice-Presidents to the Nation. And inspired the youth about their participation on Politics and Nation Building.

President of Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad, Khaja Rahmatullah, spoke about how this platform can help the youth can in understanding the Policy Making and inspire many in becoming the leaders of tomorrow.

The House witnessed several discussions on Family Rule and Involvement of Youth in Politics. Deepthi and Zameer won the awards as Best Speaker First and Second positions respectively. Organizers Rabbani, Himani, Manoj, Arudra, Manasa, Mounika, Parimala and Swati are appreciated for their efforts in making the event successful

JDVC organized its Annual Event Sankalan to Support Women Empowerment

Janki Devi Vocational Centre has organized its annual event Sankalan on Feb 23 & 24. This year the highlight was the fashion show organized by the students for supporting women empowerment. The show was divided in two parts. First part was an Exhibition in which students of Interior and Commercial Art with Fine art participated with their competitive creativity of product and other departments like Art & Craft, Nursery and primary Teacher, Textile designing, Office Management, Computers, Travel Tourism and Print & Electronic Media displayed their work. Beautiful use of colors and canvas by Commercial Art with fine arts students enhanced the charm of an exhibition. Interior designing students visualized the product according to demand of market and developed them with best of their knowledge.

Second part was Fashion Show in this more than 150 students in 42 groups who had designed their garment and showcasing their creativity through garment by modeling on ramp by themselves. The theme for fashion show like LGBT, Metoo, Rape culture, Digital India, pollution, Menstruation etc. selected to spread awareness among people for these sensitive issues. The student from other department raised their voice through theatre dance & drama. More than 50 students showcased their talent through these culture activities. The subject for this event is dedicated to father daughter relationship, soldiers, gender disparities and other socialism.

The jury includes eminent personalities from different section of the society with professional knowledge. To motivate these students, Ms. Ruby Yadav Phogat who is the president of cultural wing BJP Delhi state will grace the occasion other eminent guests Ms. Deepa Devrajan (Interior Designer), Mr. Mandeep Singh ( Prof. of Architecture and Head Of Industrial Design at the Delhi School of Planning & Architecture), Mr. Jitender Padam Jain (Curator, Sree Arts Gallery), Ms. Vijayata Bhamri (Faculty Jamia Millia Islamia), Ms. Rinkoo Shroff (Fashion Designer), Ms. Archana Puri (Principal, Apparel Training & Design Centre) and Ms. Rohini Gugnani (Fashion Designer) will be there to encourage these students. The objective of this event is to provide opportunity for young girls to contribute in overall personality development in family, society & country.

Speaking on the occasion Swati Pal, Principal Janki Devi Memorial Collage said, “We live in a world where there are so many contentious issues that we confront on a daily basis. It is only right that an educational institution addresses those issues. And when it does so in a creative manner, then it is like the icing on a cake! In their annual exhibition and fashion show, Sankalan 2019, the Janki Devi Vocational Centre has chosen themes such as Me too, LGBT, Menstruation, Widow Identity, Rape Culture, Khadi and Go green. In foregrounding such issues, JDVC has underlined the fact that creativity and education go hand in hand, that women need to think about empowerment in terms of their sexuality and that we as a community need to work towards sustainable development.

Speaking on the occasion Madhuri Verma Coordinator JDVC said, Sankalan 2019 is annual event by Janki Devi Vocational Centre which provides young students a platform to showcase their talent through product develepment by different department so that they can contribute their share in society and family.The cultural proformances to raise their voice against terrorism, gender inequality, rape culture to make people to be more senstive towards these issues.we have design our event in such a way that everone will think about it and get insire to work towards these issues.

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju: Arunachal Pradesh govt has already decided that the Joint High Power Committee report on Permanent Residence Certificate (PRC) will not be accepted

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju: Arunachal Pradesh govt has already decided that the Joint High Power Committee report on Permanent Residence Certificate (PRC) will not be accepted, now the state govt must secure the confidence of the people.

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) to contest Lok Sabha elections in alliance in Madhya Pradesh. SP to contest on three seats and BSP to contest on rest of the seats.

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) to contest Lok Sabha elections in alliance in Madhya Pradesh. SP to contest on three seats and BSP to contest on rest of the seats.

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) to contest Lok Sabha elections in alliance in Madhya Pradesh. SP to contest on three seats and BSP to contest on rest of the seats.

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) to contest Lok Sabha elections in alliance in Madhya Pradesh. SP to contest on three seats and BSP to contest on rest of the seats.