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With the vision of creating ethical, spirited and committed political leadership for the country from the grassroots and from all walks of life, MIT School of Government (MIT-SOG) commenced a six-day virtual Annual National Conclave, Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad or BCS (Indian Student Parliament) on September 23. Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways; Parshottam Rupala - Union Minister for Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairy, were the chief guests along with other. On the occasion, Gadkari highlighted the contribution of youth to nation-building. Parshottam Rupala said, “The holistic approach of all the students should be towards making India a global leader.” Known to be the largest platform for the politically inclined youth of India, this year’s BCS marked the 11th edition of inspiring youth and strengthening democracy. Inspired by the vision of Prof Dr Vishwanath D Karad, Founder & Chief Patron, MAEER’s MIT, Pune and President, MIT World Peace University, Rahul V Karad, Managing Trustee and Executive President, MAEER’s MIT and Executive President, MIT World Peace University and Chief Initiator, MIT School of Government, delivered the welcome address.
This was followed by a special address by Dr R A Mashelkar, Padma Vibhushan, National Research Professor & Chancellor, Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai and President, Global Research Alliance & Former Director General, CSI Rahul V Karad, who is also the Founder and Chief Patron of Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad said, “India is the spiritual capital of the world, we have always been liberated. Ramesh Bais, Governor of Jharkhand gave the presidential address and emphasised that the youth of the country should be actively involved in its political and social development .