JU hosts 15th ‘youth parliament group level competition’

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JAMMU: To familiarise the students of university, colleges and schools of the state about the parliamentarian proceedings, a group level competition under the aegis of Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, GoI was organised here on Wednesday by Jammu University’s Student Welfare Department.
Member of Parliament Rajya Sabha, Shamsher Singh Manhas chaired the function as Chief Jury member, while in the programme likewise situations were created as carried out in the Lok Sabha during question hour.
The students sitting in opposition asked several questions of national interest to the ruling side including elaborate questions about schemes, programmes and developmental projects, an official handout read.
Through the programme invited students were made aware about the schemes, programmes, innovative ideas and beneficial schemes being carried out across the country benefiting common masses.
Addressing the session, MP Shamsher Singh Manhas said that it was incredible and appreciable thought to convene programmes like this which not only make students familiar about the house proceedings but also aware them about the developmental plans, innovative ideas and burning issues of National Interest.
“Our youth have got the power to transform, change and strategise in a way that the day is not far when India will dominate the whole world in terms of all round development,” the MP hoped.
He said young speakers spoke on different subjects and represented themselves in a way that one could not even differentiate between the real and mock session. He congratulated the participants for the brainstorming presentations, the handout read.