National Youth Parliament Festival- Speech Contest
Updated: Jan 15, 2019
Reward: 2,00,000 INR
Objective of the contest:
NATIONAL YOUTH PARLIAMENT FESTIVAL- Speech Contest organized by government of India
To hear the voices of young people aged 18 to under 25, who have the right to vote but can not stand for election, through deliberations in youth parliaments at the district level and above.
Encourage young people to take an interest in public issues, to understand the point of view of the common man, to form an opinion and articulate it.
Develop and improve decision-making capabilities.
Develop in them a respect and a tolerance for the point of view of others.
To develop in them an understanding that the respect of the rules is essential to carry out any discussion in a systematic and effective way.
Obtain and document their opinions on Vision of New India in 2022.
Make their views available to policy makers and implementers to move them forward.
Preliminary rounds for screening for participation in the District Youth Parliament (DYP):
Digital process: Registration of participants and uploading of content via a YouTube video on the portal mygov (innovate.mygov.in/youth-parliament): from 12 to 18 January 2019.
Walkin Procedure: Screening in Designated Districts: January 17-19, 2019
The District Youth Parliament (DYP) will be organized in certain districts: January 24 to 28, 2019
National Youth Parliament (SYP): 05 to 07 February 2019
National Youth Parliament (NYP): February 23-24, 2019
Young people, to participate in the Youth Parliament, must be over the age of 18 and under 25 by June 30, 2018. It will be the participant's responsibility to provide correct information in this regard. Provision of false information will result in the disqualification of Parliament at any stage.
The proof of age (in the original) must be worn by the participant and will be verified prior to the start of the pre-validation process for the District Youth Parliament (DYP) screening and the start of the Youth Parliament of the District (DPJ) for which one of the following documents can be downloaded. to be accepted: class certificate 10; birth certificate; passport; voter ID card; driver's license; panoramic map; Aadhaar map. A copy of the certificate must be provided to the organizers.
The individual does not have to be a student from an educational institution to participate in youth parliaments.
Topics for speech:
The topics for discussion at different levels will be released as per following details:
Topics for digital screening for DYP are as follows:
Swachhta & Give It Up (LPG): Inspiring attitudinal change.
Ayushman Bharat: Revolutionising the Health Sector.
Reducing Poverty through Financial Inclusion Programmes- Jan Dhan & Mudra Yojana.
‘Beej Se Baazar Tak’ and ‘lab to land’ : doubling farmers income.
Topics for Walk-in Process for screening for DYP: 15th January 2019
Topics for DYP: 22nd January 2019
Topics for SYP: 3rd February 2019Topics for NYP: 20th February 2019
Prize & Recognition:
The top three speakers at the national level will receive 2 lakhs, 1.50 lakhs and 1 lakhs respectively with a certificate of merit. Each participant will receive a certificate of participation.
The top 2 speakers from each National Youth Parliament (SYP) will participate at the national level. A certificate of merit will be awarded to the best speakers in the group's state. Each participant will receive a certificate of participation.
A certificate of merit will be awarded to the best speakers of the DYP panel. Each participant will receive a certificate of participation.
.............ALL THE BEST..............
For more details and screening location visit the link below:
Contest link: innovate.mygov.in/youth-parliament
Category of contest: speech contest
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