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Young Student Parliament

 On 11 and 12 August 2023, Neerja  Modi School presented the Young Students Parliament, a unique and engaging event thoughtfully designed for students in Grades V-VII.

This exceptional program was conducted to instill a fundamental understanding of the inner workings of the parliamentary system, providing young minds with an insightful glimpse into the heart of our democracy.

Spanning across the duration of the program, participants were offered an enriching opportunity to immerse themselves in the intricacies of the Indian parliamentary system. They embarked on an educational journey that delved into various aspects, including the roles and responsibilities of different branches of government, the process of crafting and passing laws, and the crucial dynamics of public representation.

We had students divided into Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, mirroring the intricate structure of our democratic framework. There was a President and Prime Minister, embodying the leadership roles that guide our nation, along with other leaders of the state, reflecting the diversity and cooperation inherent in our political landscape.

By actively participating in discussions, simulations, and interactive activities, students not only grasped the theoretical concepts but also developed a practical appreciation for how decisions are made at the highest levels of governance.

This hands-on experience empowered them with a comprehensive understanding of how their voices can influence the democratic process and shape the future of their nation.

As these young participants navigated through the Young Students Parliament, they emerged with a profound sense of civic awareness and a newfound confidence to engage in meaningful conversations about governance and societal issues.

The knowledge gained during this program will serve as a sturdy foundation, preparing students to become informed and responsible citizens who contribute positively to their communities and the larger world.