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National Youth Parliament Organization (NYPO) is organizing a Youth Parliament on January 7-8, 2021 to discuss Budget for India for FY 21-22.

In 2019, we the people of India, set an ambition of making India a $5 trillion economy for 2024-25. However, Covid-19 brought huge uncertainties leading to severe economic squeeze leading to Atma Nirbhar Bharat packages which has now put India back into a growth trajectory. In that sense, Budget 2021-22 is expected to be a major take-off point for India.

This National Youth Parliament, scheduled on January 7-8 2021, is to endeavor to channelize the energies of Indian Youth to lay their economic agenda and set forth a Budget that propels India into high growth trajectory.

2 to 5 young students from all states & UTs of India will attend the final round. 25 students shall be assigned portfolios of Key Ministries for whom they will present Key Goals for 2021-22, estimate of Budget for 2021-22 (estimate of Revised Budget for 2020-21, they will be guided by NYP Mentors)

Budget will be presented for the following ministries:

Home, Defence, Health, MHRD, MSDE, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Consumer Affairs and Food Distribution, Food Processing, Chemicals and Fertilizers, Heavy Industry, MSME, Coal, Steel, Commerce and Trade, Railways, Roads and Highways, Shipping, Civil Aviation, Housing, Power, Communications, MEITY, Jal Shakti, Tourism, Labour, Rural Development, Social Justice, Women, Tribal Affairs, North East, Youth Affairs and Sports, Minority Affairs, Environment

The proposals (budget and programmes) of each ministry shall be circulated in advance to all our youth parliamentarians, which shall be debated at the Youth Parliament. Each Ministry shall get 6 minute of speaking time to explain their rationale. 2 – 3 question per ministry shall be taken, for which the responsible minister shall explain their rationale.

Subsequently, each ministry shall by the end of day, share the updated proposal to designated finance minister. One student will play the role of Finance Minister, who will present the final budget in the final session of YP, after having listened to all the demands of all ministries. FM shall be assisted by a team of 2 secretaries for number crunching and speech preparation.

The Objectives of NYP are:

To sensitize, involve and engage the youth in politics.

To understand the nature of politics amongst the youth.

To build and shape the political views and ideas of the younger generation.

To engage youth from all over the country to bring in their contribution towards politics.

To make them aware of the political events in India.

National Youth Parliament

Budget Session – FY21-22 | 7th – 8th Jan 2021 | Online

National Youth Parliament Organization (NYPO) is organizing a Youth Parliament on January 7-8 to discuss Budget for India for FY 21-22.

In 2019, we the people of India, set an ambition of making India a $5 trillion economy for 2024-25. However, Covid-19 brought huge uncertainties leading to severe economic squeeze leading to Atma Nirbhar Bharat packages which has now put India back into a growth trajectory. In that sense, Budget 2021-22 is expected to be a major take-off point for India.

This National Youth Parliament scheduled on 7th & 8th Jan 2021 will channelize the energies of Indian Youth to lay their economic agenda and present a Budget that will propel India into high growth trajectory.

If you harbor dreams of making India a Sone-ki-Chidiya you just can’t miss this Youth Parliament

How to Participate

Any youth in the age-group 16 to 25 can participate in NYP Budget Session. To participate, you need to send “One Big Idea” that can make India great at our portal – www.NationalYouthParliament.org

Your write-up shall be of 100-150 words. The competition format does not guarantee any protection of Intellectual Property rights. All Individuals must take full cognizance and understanding of this fact. Any correspondence from the Organizers to participants will be directed by email or letter at the email address and/or postal address provided by the applicant.

Top 2 to 5 entries from each state and UT shall be selected by our experts. The selected students shall be mentored by our expert panel to prepare budget for their allocated ministry. One person from each Ministry shall be nominated as Minister by our expert panel. This selection shall depend on the depth of research and understanding for that ministry, written and spoken communication and leadership potential.

The Ministers of each Ministry shall present the Budget for their Ministry at Youth parliament on January 7 and 8.