ELEMENTS

The Youth Conclave

India is witnessing a social metamorphosis. We have an unrivalled youth dynamic, with more than 65% of our population below 35 years of age. The time is quite ripe for India’s youth to steer India into the league of super powers.

Parliamentarian is organising Youth Conclave on March 26, 2017 at The Ashok, New Delhi. The conclave is focused around the central theme of Elements - Earth, Air, Water, Space and Fire. The world around us is built of complex web of identities. But at the very core, our existence is driven by these elements.

As Indian youth gears up to take charge and soar high, it is essential for them to remain anchored to the roots. The conclave will provide a narrative woven around these five elements, each of which will harmonise the young mindset in a comprehensive manner. The conclave will provide a unique platform for the youth to develop a coherent and cogent worldview, which traces its origin from the fundamental issues governing their lives.

The world around us is increasingly becoming chaotic. As the information multiplies exponentially, our daily lives are filled with constant rubble of happenings of which we are direct or indirect witnesses. Our mental faculties are constantly engaged in filtering and processing the vast swathe of information.

Amidst this clutter, it is very important to remove the chaff and engage in constructive discussions on the central issues affecting us. The issues which are insulated from the parochialism, the issues with a progressive outlook, the issues which drive a sustainable change, the issues which are elementary and fundamental to our existence. Our conclave will be divided into five strands, each of picking their essence from the basic elements.

Earth is a symbol of continuity, sustainability. It wasn’t created in a day; the earth we inhabit today has evolved over millions of years. But our wants and incessant misuse have marauded the earth. We should be able to leave the earth in the same state as we got it from our forbears. The first session of the conclave will bring our leaders on a common platform to discuss about the environment and climate change. The focus will be to drive home the key learning which the youth can use to protect our nature and the planet Earth.

Our nation's discourse is actively driven by our national politics and the policies which arise due to the political dynamics. The expanse of our policies will chart out our developmental trajectory, both in social and economic terms. The element of air represents the things that grow and expand. It is ubiquitous and provides a fair and unbiased cover to everyone. As the inequalities grow in our country, it is important for our youth to actively participate in politics and policy making to make it inclusive and beneficial for all. Second session of the conclave will be exclusively focused on this aspect.

Water, the next element represents fluidity and motion. It symbolises the flow, the charge, the urge to move ahead. Our nation will surge ahead through new ideas and innovations. The ideas have the power to reinvent the wheel and shape the tomorrow. Indian youth has a crucial stake in that ‘tomorrow’ and that is why it is essential for them to build on ideas and innovations. Our third session will bring the power of ideas to the forefront. It will generate a systemic push for idea generation and will motivate the youth to channelise their mental energies in the right direction.


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From the Editor in Chief

image Constant dialogue and active engagement are the cornerstones of a vibrant democracy. ‘Elements, The Youth Conclave’ provides an
avenue for the youth to
delve deeper into their
roots and understand
their role in the larger
societal context. It brings
different stakeholders from
the society on a common
platform to understand,
question and enhance
these ideas.
Tridib Raman,
(Editor in Chief)
PARLIAMENTARIAN


Piyush Goyal - Em-Powering India


Prakash javadekar - The Educator


Varun Gandhi - Youth Is Power


Vijay Goel - Sporting Questions


Rajeev Shukla - It’s Simply Not Cricket


Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak - A Touching Issue


Sushmita dev - Gender at a tender age


Maheep Singh at Parliamentarian Youth Conclave

Earth



Environment, Forest & Climate Change

Earth is a symbol of continuity, sustainability. It wasn’t created in a day; the earth we inhabit today has evolved over millions of years. But, our wants and incessant misuse have trivialized the earth’s survival. We should be able to leave the earth in the same state as we got it from our forbears. First session of the conclave will bring our leaders on a common platform to discuss about the environment and climate change. The focus will be to drive home the key learning which the youth can use to protect our nature and the planet Earth.



AIR



Politics & Policies

Our nation's discourse is actively driven by our national politics and the policies which arise due to the political dynamics. The expanse of our policies will chart out our developmental trajectory, both in social and economic terms. The element of air represents the things that grow and expand. It is ubiquitous and provides a fair and unbiased cover to everyone. As the inequalities grow in our country, it is important for our youth to actively participate in politics and policy making to make it inclusive and beneficial for all. Second session of the conclave will be exclusively focused on this aspect.



WATER



Ideas & Innovations

Water, the next element represents the fluidity, the motion. It symbolizes the flow, the charge, the urge to move ahead. Our nation will surge ahead through the ideas and innovations. The ideas have the power to reinvent the wheel and shape the tomorrow. Indian youth has a crucial stake in that ‘tomorrow’ and that is why it is essential for them to build on ideas and innovations. Our third session will bring the power of ideas to the forefront. It will generate a systemic push for the idea generation and would motivate the youth to channelize their mental energies in the right direction.



SPACE



Spirituality & Lifestyle

Every individual’s identity is shaped around the physical, social, mental and spiritual space one operates in. It is from these spaces the ideologies and actions of the individuals are driven. Everyone, more so the youth, needs to be cognizant of their physical and spiritual being. If self-awareness can become an integral part of youth’s lifestyle, a morally conscious society won’t be a far-fetched dream. In this segment, we will explore the world of spirituality, mindfulness and lifestyle and will arrive at a conclusion to present a holistic perspective of these ‘misunderstood’ aspects of life.



FIRE



Celebration of young mind: Film, Sports & Entertainment

The last element, fire, is all about energy and vigor. It symbolizes the fervor and zeal, something which drives our youth. And, so will be our final session. Film, sports, entertainment, arts – they are figurative representation of the infinite energy which youth possesses. In this segment, we will try to answer the disruptive and thought-provoking questions around these sectors. These sectors are the hallmark of progressive conscience of our society and our youth needs to understand their nuances deeply.

Speakers

<b style='font-size:20px;'>Suresh Prabhu</b></br><b>Union Minister for Railways</b></br></br>Suresh Prabhu is the current Union Minister for Railways. Mr Prabhu is known for his unconventional approach in politics. He is open to ideas of all kinds and has a welcoming approach towards criticism. He was a Chartered Accountant by profession before entering the active politics. Efficiency and quick decision making is his forte. He brisk walking is matched by his swiftness in his actions. As Railways Minister, Suresh Prabhu has an important role in strengthening the developmental foundation of our country. He has earned repute for bringing the humanitarian side to Ministry of Railways, through his quick actions on passengers’ tweets.</br>

Suresh Prabhu

<b style='font-size:20px;'>Prakash Javadekar</b></br><b>Minister for Human Resource Development</b></br></br>Prakash Javadekar is the present Union Minister of Human Resource Development (HRD. Javadekar is an official spokesperson of the BJP. He has been one of the most visible and vocal faces of BJP on electronics media. During the debates, his oratory skills and calm composure has earned him quite a fan following. In his role as Minister of State (Independent Charge) Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Javadekar was responsible for clearance of many developmental projects. In his new role as HRD Minister, he has been tasked with a crucial responsibility of framing the New Education Policy for India.</br>

Prakash Javadekar

<b style='font-size:20px;'>Piyush Goyal</b></br><b>Minister Of State With Independent Charge For Power, Coal, New And Renewable Energy And Mines </b></br></br>Piyush Goyal is a member of Rajya Sabha and a chartered accountant by profession. He has been national treasurer of the BJP and oversaw social media campaign of the party during 2014 Parliamentary elections.</br>

Piyush Goyal

<b style='font-size:20px;'>Varun Gandhi</b> </br><b>Member of Parliament, Sultanpur</b> </br></br>Varun Gandhi is a Member of Parliament from Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh. He was also a General Secretary of Bharatiya Janata Party. Varun belongs to the league of progressive politicians who are bringing the humane face to politics. He has been very vocal about the farmers’ rights and raised their concerns on multiple platforms. He has a large youth following. He keeps writing columns for various publications and has published two books on poetry too. </br>

Varun Gandhi

<b style='font-size:20px;'>Vijay Goel</b></br><b>Union Minister of state with independent charge for Youth Affairs and Sports</b></br></br>Vijay Goel has been associated with the Bhartiya Janata Party since young age. He was elected president of Delhi state unit of the party in 2013. Earlier, he was elected as Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) president.</br>

Vijay Goel

<b style='font-size:20px;'>Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak</b> </br><b>Founder, Sulabh Sanitation And Social Reform Movement</b> </br></br>Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak is an Indian sociologist. He is the founder of Sulabh International, an India-based social service organization which works to promote human rights, environmental sanitation, non-conventional sources of energy, waste management and social reforms through education.He is the Brand Ambassador for Swachh Rail Mission of Indian Railways also he is the member of NALSA. </br>

Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak

<b style='font-size:20px;'>Rajeev Shukla</b> </br><b>Member of Parliament</b> </br></br>Rajeev Shukla is an Indian National Congress leader and Chairman of Indian Premier League. He has donned many hats of journalist, political commentator and television host. He was Minister of State in the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs and Planning in second term of UPA government </br>

Rajeev Shukla

<b style='font-size:20px;'>Sushmita Dev </b> </br><b>Member of Parliament in  Lok Sabha, SIlchar, Assam</b> </br></br>Sushmita Dev is a Member of Parliament in Lok Sabha for the constituency of SIlchar, Assam. She is a member of Standing Committee on Empowerment of Women and Standing Committee on Science & Technology, Environment and Forests. She has a Master of Law degree in Corporate and Commercial Law from the Kings College in London and is a member of Delhi Bar Council. She is known for raising pertinent issues both inside and outside the Parliament. </br>

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Anchors

<b style='font-size:20px;'>Tridib Raman</b></br><b>Editor in Chief</b></br></br>Tridib Raman is a senior journalist with over 30 years experience in print, broadcast and digital media. As a political journalist he has closely tracked politicians and politics of every kind, educating readers to nuances. He has founded Parliamentarian magazine with the sole objective to encourage pro-people politics</br>

Tridib Raman

<b style='font-size:20px;'>Sharad Gupta</b> </br><b>Senior Editor</b> </br></br>Sharad Gupta is a political commentator with over 30 years experience of working with publications like The Times of India, The Indian Express, India Today, Hindustan and Dainik Bhaskar. He is presently Senior Editor with Parliamentarian</br>

Sharad Gupta

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