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Mock Parliament on 13th April 2023

When:
April 13, 2023 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Asia/Kolkata Timezone
2023-04-13T12:00:00+05:30
2023-04-13T13:30:00+05:30
Where:
Dept of History
PWC

Mock Parliament on 13th April 2023 as a tribute to the father of the Indian constitution. The event was conducted virtually on Zoom platform from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Adweetiya Sinha, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and Pratibha Singh, Assistant Professor Department of History were the coordinators of the program. Simran Sinha, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science was the anchor for the program. The students were designated as MPs, Leader of the Opposition, Secretary General, Prime Minister and Ministers. Vartika (Prime Minister), NidaMallick (Leader of Opposition), Shivanikumari (Secretary General), Khushi Bose(Speaker).Ministers – Raj Nandani(Healthminister), Mansi (Women and childdevelopment minister), Priyalsneha(Defence minister), Khushi (Educationminister), Priyambda (Railways minister),Riya Raj(Broadcasting minister),Aditi Sharma (Home minister), Sweta(Foriegn minister). MPs- Raj Nandani[AmritsarConstituency], AradhyaSingh [Pune constituency], Amrita gupta [Delhi constituency], Mariyum Fatima [Lucknow Constituency], Prachi [Darbhanga constituency], GungunSitariya [Chennai south constituency], Shweta [Varanasi Constituency], Kasturi [Howrah constituency] The students in the program participated in Oath Taking, Question Hour, Zero Hour and passed the Right to Free Education Bill for Women after the third reading. The programme concluded with the Vote of thanks proposed by Pratibha Singh, Assistant Professor, Department of History followed up with the National anthem.