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Students of various schools from Marathwada’s Latur, Udgir and Beed along with others are going to represent in an eleventh edition of Skool Sansad-2024 (model parliament), an initiative organised by Pune based NGO Deepstambh Charitable Trust.

A three day event Skool Sansad, held at SM Joshi Hall Pune, began on Friday morning and will be concluded on Sunday.

Interaction sessions, a mega awareness rally to be taken out on Saturday through out the city and election contest, voting and prize distribution are the prominent part of the three day event to exort the school students inculcate democratic values in them.

India is known as the largest democratic country across the world. However, the school provides lessons on Indian democracy and good governance through various activities to make the students aware of Indian democracy and parliamentary functioning. To strengthen democratic values among the school students, the model parliament is organised every year by the Pune based NGO.

A total of 150 students, of those three each of forty nine different schools across the state have been selected through the first preliminary round, that was held in December.

The selected students are representing a role of prime ministers, cabinet ministers and members of parliament and elaborate their opinions on given topics with finding solutions to the questions being asked by participated students.

Sarvesh Lohiya, Malhar Bagate, Aditya Rathi of Raja Narayanlal Lahoti English School, and students Sayli Kulkarni, Akshara Durugkar, Bhakti Patne of Lal Bahadur Shastri School, Udgir and Sawarkar Vidyalay, Beed have taken part in the event.

” An initiative launched by Deepstamb Charitable Trust is inspirational for the students and a great platform to express their opinions as politician point of view. Participants will imbibe democratic values and will get benifit to strengthen it strongly. Deepstamb Charitable Trust’s initiative is highly appreciable and such events are need of time because we are making today’s students as tomorrow’s good citizens,” said Vinod Chavan, teacher at Raja Narayanlal Lahoti English School, Latur and Anita Yelmate of Lal Bahadur Shastri School, Udgir.

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