The Patna District Level Youth Parliament was held on Monday in the Gymnasium Hall of Patna Science College. This was the second stage of the National Youth Parliament organized by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Government of India.
In the first phase, 96 participants were selected. Now after the second phase, five participants will be selected for the state level. The District Level Youth Parliament organized by the National Service Scheme of Patna University was inaugurated by MLA Arun Kumar Sinha.
While the program was conducted by Raja Ravi, joint secretary of the Patna University Students Union. During this time Prof. Atul Aditya Pandey, Krishnakant, Abhilasha, Priya, Sudhanshu etc were included.
In the jury on the occasion, senior columnist Ashish Mishra, journalist Abhishek Kumar, educationist Ashish Pathak, and Bihar Administrative Service officer Hemant Kumar were present.
Dr. Atul Aditya Pandey said that 96 participants were selected on the basis of organizing the first phase for Patna district. After the selection of the second selection on Monday, 5 participants have been selected, who will show their talent in the third phase organized at the state level. Students on Monday gave a speech on topics such as Play India, Terrorism, Global Warming, Economic Offenses. The results will be announced on Tuesday. District convener of Nehru Yuva Kendra, Ravindra Mohan also played a major role in the event.
Dr. Pandey said that on Monday, on February 6, the selected division of the second phase will participate in the state-level event at Wheeler Senate Hall. He informed that the Youth Festival and the Government of India are organizing the Youth Parliament Festival 2019 throughout the country. Participants from 18 to 20 years were selected in the first phase of the program. Participants were selected for Patna district on Fridays Road in the capital on January 17, 18 and 19 for the district.
The program was conducted by Raja Ravi, joint secretary of PU student Union. Raja Ravi, a special volunteer of the National Service Scheme, announced the creation of a cultural committee at the university level and the participation of students at the college level in the private universities in Pune for the re-establishment of arts and culture in PU, which were welcomed by everyone.