Parliament visit can be an elevating experience for students, helping to bring academic learning to a practical understanding.An interactive workshop for undergraduate (BM) students was held on “Parliamentary Methods and Process” conducted by “Pdt K.L. Dubey Rashtriya Sansadiya Vidyapeeth”. The workshops for students, focusing on an aspect of the work, business or processes of Parliament especially Question Hour, Zero Hour, Budget procedure, Bill procedure, RTI and Youth Parliament.
Indian democracy is one of the biggest and matured democracy in the world. Today, there exists a pervasive negative perception about politics i.e. abuse of power, abuse of money and abuse of position/privileges. If India has to change, we need politics which aim for country’s development rather than self/personal development. To bring this required change, we need youths who are devoted to politics and ready to accept public life with a view to strengthen the democratic fabric of our country.
To see Indian democracy at work and to understand parliamentary process, this was an opportunity for IPER students. IPER students were accompanied by Prof. (Dr.) Trupti Dave, Head of Department of Business Management and Prof. Niranjan Mudliar, Assistant Professor.
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