The Philomath is a full service organization with a goal of imparting knowledge through actions. Philomath specializes in organising a plethora of events, such as Moot Courts, Lecture series, extempore, debate competitions, parliamentary debate competitions, model united nations and so much more. The organisation encourages collaboration and also works as an outsourcing platform for event organisation.The Philomath is a joint forum constructed by people from varied fields and encouraged by well known experts and associates. Last month, the organisation conducted a successfully Virtual Moot Court Competition with Adv. Aishwarya Bhati, Additional Solicitor General, Supreme Court of India as its Guest of Honour.
ABOUT JLSR JOURNAL
Journal for Law Students and Researchers (JLSR) envisions to empower the individuals of tomorrow to advance and learn from the theoretical and practical aspects of the contemporary law today. Law as a field, is a predominantly present in the lives of people in society, and as such its discourse and dissemination are requisite in a proper forum today. Journal for Law Students and Researchers (JSLR), therefore, acts as a platform for the researchers and students, along with academicians to publish their research on contemporary issues of the law, so as to enable the growth and understanding of the aspects of the law to the interested individuals in society. This enables engagement in a fruitful discourse with the public, for their informative purposes and the awareness of the unaware on key legal issues. The ambit of the JSLR, includes, topics on important socio-legal contexts, socio-economic factors in law, or any other related theme pertinent to any field of law today.
ABOUT THE EVENT
The main purpose behind conducting an E- Youth Parliament is for the students to understand the working of our Palriament Institution. The Youth Parliament is a programme in which group discussion and role-playing techniques can be used effectively. Citizenship is not a subject; it is a way of living. Therefore, its learning demands appropriate practice in the living of it. Our approach has to be, not “What does a good citizen know?” but “what does a good citizen do, and what must he know to do it?” Citizenship education cannot be imparted merely by providing students with factual information. We have to think not only in terms of developing competencies in students but also in terms of influencing their attitudes which are essential for running democracy in the country on right lines. The Youth Parliament is one such competition by which we can impart some real citizenship education.
COMMITTEE 1: LOK SABHA
Deliberations on further tackling Covid-19 pandemic with special emphasis on improving the Health Sector and satisfying the need of Health Equipments.
ABOUT THE COMMITTEE:
Lok Sabha or “House of the People” is the lower chamber of India’s bicameral parliament Lok Sabha is composed of representatives of the people chosen by direct election on the basis of the adult suffrage. The maximum strength of the House envisaged by the Constitution is 552, which is made up by election of upto 530 members to represent the States, upto 20 members to represent the Union Territories and not more than two members of the Anglo-Indian Community to be nominated by the Hon’ble President, if, in his/her opinion, that community is not adequately represented in the House. The total elective membership is distributed among the States in such a way that the ratio between the number of seats allotted to each State and the population of the State is, so far as practicable, the same for all States
COMMITTEE 2: AAIPM
Border issues with China and the future of India- China Relations
ABOUT THE COMMITTEE:
The All India Political Parties Meet is a dynamic and explosive forum for unrestricted political debate, diplomacy and deliberation free from the legislative control and complex procedures of the parliament. It is a venture to emulate political realities by simulating the various levels of policy and governance existing in our nation today.