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Bharat Asmita National Awards

Established in 2005, the Bharat Asmita National Awards recognizes and honours the ones who contribute to the noble cause of nation-building through their exemplary work.

The Awards recognise and inspire many a generation of management gurus, people involved in mass awakening, and people at the forefront of Indian Parliamentary Practices for their meaningful contribution to the process of nation-building.

In the last 18 years, these awards have been conferred to many eminent and highly deserving individuals who have dedicated their lives to the creation of a better society through their selfless work and set an example for the youth to follow.

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National Women’s Parliament

National Women’s Parliament provides a platform for women from diverse background to highlight and discuss their gender specific issues.

Women from politics, social sector, education, sports, corporate, media, arts and culture, judiciary and young aspiring girl students come together to stage their experiences, share knowledge and research in the area of women’s social economic and political empowerment.

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Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad

India is the largest democracy in the world and is considered to be amongst the most stable countries in the world. However, if India has to evolve as a highly developed nation, we need politics which focus on development. To bring in this change, we need to attract youth, who are committed towards politics and are willing to embrace public life with a view to strengthen the democratic fabric of our nation.

To further this cause, with the objective of nation building, the Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad (Indian Student Parliament) was initiated by Rahul V. Karad in 2011, wherein students of the entire country can be sensitized about entering into public life or embracing active politics.

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Rashtriya Sarpanch Sansad

Rashtriya Sarpanch Sansad is a platform established with the objective of empowering Sarpanchs from various villages of India and fostering dialogues, exchange of information, new learnings, and discussions on a wide variety of subjects related to local self-government. The platform aims to sensitise the youth regarding the problems faced by the village folk.

The non-political platform involves open dialogues between all its participants from various villages as well as the students of MIT-WPU and gives everyone an opportunity to learn about the positive initiatives and problem-solving steps taken by others while showcasing their own achievements.


National Teachers Congress

NTC is first of its kind multidisciplinary platform for higher education teachers from Bharat and across the world. It goes beyond being an academic conference and facilitates sharing of Interdisciplinary Knowledge through Teacher-to- Teacher Connect. As we all know, India has a rich legacy of ancient Guru- Shishya bonding for ages, by virtue of which it has produced the greatest teachers of unimpeachable integrity, who were not just intellectual giants but also provided moral and intellectual leadership of a rare quality to our country. The National Teachers' Congress (NTC) has been conceptualized with an objective to inspire teachers of Higher Education (under-graduate and post- graduate colleges) from Bharat and across the world.

World Health Parliament

Providing access to quality healthcare to a population that is upwards of 1.3 billion is a huge challenge that the country has to deal with. The current pandemic has exposed a multiplicity of weaknesses of the healthcare ecosystem from lack of vaccination, paucity of qualified doctors, hospital beds, healthcare professionals and reach. While there have been many debates to reform the healthcare sector, these reforms must be engineered with prudence.

This calls for a radical transformation of the healthcare ecosystem starting from research in medical education, technological intervention and healthcare delivery system. For initiating this paradigm shift, a completely disruptive approach supported by able governance and regulatory reforms to make the country ‘atma nirbhar’ (self - reliant) is needed. This vision of having a completely revamped healthcare ecosystem will need collaboration between all the stakeholders of the sector, who must resolve to work together to achieve self-sustainable, efficient and affordable healthcare for all.

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