National Student Parliament is on Date: Friday 24th March 2023 & Saturday 25th March 2023



Anjali Bhagwat
Anjali Bhagwat
Mrinal Kulkarni
Mrinal Kulkarni
Date : 24th March 2023
Time : 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Sessions I

Title : Emergence of India in the light of Ukraine Russia war
Schedule : 24th March 2023
Time : 11.30 am -01.00 pm
Panel Speaker
  • Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Joshi
  • Abhishek Upadhyay
  • J.D Patil
  • Ashish Singh

In the light of the conflict, India has emerged as a key player in international affairs, particularly in the context of global peace and security. India has been a strong advocate of sovereignty, territorial integrity, and political independence of states, and has consistently supported the peaceful resolution of conflicts through diplomatic means.

Overall, the conflict in Ukraine has reinforced India's emergence as a responsible global power, committed to promoting peace and stability in the international community.

Sessions II

Title : Social media influencer manipulating social Media, Indian IT ACT & Cyber security
Schedule : 24th March 2023
Time :02.00 pm - 03.30 pm
Panel Speaker
  • Vikas Pandey
  • Shefali Vaidya
  • Yashasvi Yadav
  • Nikita Chawla

While social media influencers can have a positive impact, they can also manipulate their followers and spread false information. The IT Act in India provides a legal framework for dealing with cybercrime and cyber security, but the challenge remains in addressing the rise of fake news and misinformation on social media. It is crucial to be aware of these issues and take steps to protect ourselves online.

Sessions III

Title : Journalism: Media Trails
Schedule : 24th March 2023
Time :03.30 pm-05.00 pm
Panel speaker
  • Ashish sinha
  • Vivek Deshpande
  • Sandeep Chaudhary
  • Reema Gautam
  • Anurag Muskan

Media trails can be challenging for journalists, as they often involve working in highpressure and fast-moving situations, where they must balance the need for accuracy with the need for speed. They must also navigate complex ethical and legal considerations, such as the right to privacy, the protection of sources, and the accuracy of information.

Overall, media trails play a crucial role in informing the public and holding those in power accountable. They provide an important check on the dissemination of false information and ensure that the public has access to accurate and timely information about events that affect their lives.

Sessions IV

Title : Baba re baba: Ulzan me Siyasat
Schedule :25th March 2023
Time :10.00 am - 11.30 am
Panel List
  • Acharya Shailesh Tiwari
  • H.S Rawat
  • Maulana Gulam Hafiz Sarvar
  • Maulana Alimuddin Asadimuslim
  • Amber Zaidi

The use of the word “Baba" is often used for spiritual gurus or ascetics and "Baba" in the phrase is a colloquial term used to express surprise, shock, or amazement. In continuation the phrase "Ulzan me Siyasat" roughly translates to "Oh my god! Politics in turmoil." Baba re baba: Ulzan me Siyasat is a poignant phrase that captures the current state of politics in India. It reflects the frustration and disillusionment of the public, and the urgent need for change in the political system

Sessions V

Title : The National Student Parliament by Member of Parliament
Schedule :25th March 2023
Time :11.30 am - 01.00 pm
Panel List
  • Navneet Rana
  • Supriya sule
  • Krupal Tumane
  • sudhanshu Trivedi / Poonam Mahajan
  • Dr. Anil Bonde
  • Vilas Muttemwar
  • Shweta shelgaokar

This Session of NSP will provide students with the opportunity to learn about the legislative process, the workings of government, and the role of MPs. Participants debate and vote on legislation, participate in question period, and engage in discussions on a range of national and international issues. This session also aims to encourage young people to get involved in politics and public life, and to provide a platform for their voices to be heard. By participating in the NSP, students can gain a better understanding of how they can make a difference in their communities and in the world.

Closing Event

Sunita Bhayan
Performance by Sunita Bhayan
Date : 25th March 2023
Time : 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Sunita Bhuyan is an accomplished violinist from India. She has performed extensively both nationally and internationally and is known for her unique style that blends Indian classical music with Western classical music. Sunita Bhuyan's performances are known for their soulful melodies, intricate rhythms, and mesmerizing improvisations. She has a strong command of her instrument, the violin, and uses it to convey a wide range of emotions through her music. Overall, her performances are highly acclaimed and well-regarded in the world of music.