Together collaborated with Nebula and organised Nebula Youth Parliament 2020. Youth parliament provides that active learning platform where students learn to take quick decisions, teamwork, expressing their views, standing by each other, giving constructive criticism and above all, learning to form opinions on issues of national importance, enabling them holistic learning.

Benefits of Youth Parliament

  1. To make students understand the parliamentary procedure.
  2. To develop in students an insight into the working of parliament
  3. To make students consider public issues and form their opinion on them.
  4. To train students in the technique of group discussion
  5. To develop in students an ability to arrive at a decision after group discussion.
  6. To develop them in them respect and tolerance for the views of others.
  7. To develop in them an understanding that respect for rules is essential for conducting any discussion systematically and effectively.
  8. To train students in group behaviour.
  9. To make students aware of various problems facing our society and the country.
  10. To develop in students the quality of leadership.
  11. To make students understand the common man's point of view and express it in an articulated manner.
Nebula Youth Parliament consisted of mainly two committees namely:
  1. AIPPM
  2. Lok Sabha


The topic of All India Political Parties Meet (AIPPM) was "Scope of Article 33 of the constitution and AFSPA in present day." On both days of the proceedings of the committee focused on the special powers granted to army force of our country in region of Kashmir. After the introductions and explanations were finished with, for the committee to begin; it seemed like a major part of the discussion in the committee was going to be The Armed Forces Special Powers Act, 1958 (AFSPA).

AFSPA is an act of the parliament of India that grants special powers to the Indian Armed forces to maintain the public disorder in ‘disturbed areas. The act has been a critical one when it comes to people being able to absorb the factual reality of it. Legitimizing the army’s powers in certain area, would control a grave situation, but could also be hazardous for the civilians. In a sense, AFSPA means that the army would be powerful enough to take decisions and matters into hand that wouldn’t be possible for them in other parts of the state. The State must have a count on the army. 
On many occasions the dedication of our brave heart soldiers has been questioned continuously by a few sections of our democratic country. Not all allegations are false, but not all of them are true either. On many occasions, videos or news pieces float the screens of our electronic gadgets. Some of them state facts and some are marketing and advertising pieces run by the public relation specialists, belonging to all parties from the top to bottom, to malign each other for the chair.
This meet consisted of resounding views and arguments that are either the for or against the notion of article 33 and AFSPA. “This power leads to hate and discrimination among the citizens” said Priyanka Gandhi Vadra. To this Kamal Nath added that there have to be reasonable restrictions imposed on the armed forces, as it may lead to hazardous havocs which may create furthermore problematic situation. The ruling party was asking for accord and was in support of the army. The two perspectives and notions are drastically very different from each other. Whatever may be the ultimate resolution for the committee, we need to do keep in mind the drastic changes taking place in Kashmir in status quo. As a country the most important should be the people of Kashmir, the underprivileged population and the amenities provided to them, with or without the article. Companies listed on a stock exchange are also required to report at more frequent intervals.

Lok Sabha

The topic of discussion in the Lok Sabha was the policies of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) from the year 2014 to the year 2019. The main focus of the discussion was on the social policies of the NDA government. Many delegates were actively participating in the much heated debated as their portfolios of the Members of the Parliament (MPs). The state of Kashmir was in the limelight throughout the two sessions of the committees. Farooq Abdullah mentioned the ‘Instrument of Accession’, a legal document executed by Maharaja Hari Singh on the 26th of October 1947. Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code of 1973 was also mentioned. This section authorizes the executive magistrate of any state or territory to issue an order to prohibit the assembly of four or more people in an area. The issue of the ‘Kashmiri Pandits’ was raised Shri. Akhilesh Yadav. He mentioned the ‘Exodus of Kashmiri Hindus’, a shocking episode in the recent history of Kashmir, where they were forced to flee their own land, as a result of Islamist insurgents during the 1989-1990.The were myriad discussions as to resolve the ongoing situations in Kashmir that followed throughout the first session of the Lok Sabha.
In the second session of the committee, many new policies of the NDA led BJP government were bought into lime light. ‘Swatch Bharat Mission’ and it providing access to toilets in the rural and the remote area of the nation, too was amongst them. Shri. Kamlesh Paswan kept forth the policies new ‘anti-graft law’, which grants a jail term of maximum of seven years to bribe the givers under a new ‘anti-corruption law’, that has been assented by the President of the state, Ram Nath Kovind. The Indian economy was a part of the session’s discussion. How India’s 63rdrank among 190 other nations would ease it for the nation to do business with the world bank, was discussed. To this, Shri. Adhir Rajan gave forth India’s dropping rank on the world peace index. Both the Days in the house of the people was an exhausting one, with views and discussions of vibrant velours.

View the glimpse of the event here