Medha Varshney talks about the importance of Make in India scheme launched by the Modi Government. INTRODUCTION Make in India is a B.J.P. campaign which was first time brought by Prime Minister Mr. Narender Modi in Sep, 2014. The purpose of this policy is to increase the domestic manufacturing business and to attract F.D.I. to… Continue reading Make In India
Harshit Joshi talks about the need for educating the children irrespective of their gender for the betterment of the nation. INTRODUCTION As the time passed by the country developed in various aspects one of which was educating children for a better future. People in the earlier times used to think that education has no… Continue reading Educating Children – The Future Of Nation
Harshit Joshi talks about the need for Uniform Civil Code in the country. INTRODUCTION Uniform civil code under Article 44 is a proposal to replace the various personal laws of different community or religion which are based on their particular traditions or customs with a common set of rules governing every citizen of the country.… Continue reading Uniform Civil Code
Disha Mazumdar writes about the need for LGBT Rights in the country. These words of Martin Luther King Jr. create a major impact on our legal system. India a country of diverse culture , different religion and their unique languages ,were equality before law is supreme, the rights of the LGBT (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgender… Continue reading A Right Delayed Is A Right Denied
Diksha Singh Rathore writes about the need for providing adequate education to girls in the country and the new scheme launched by the Modi Government. INTRODUCTION India is one of those countries where females were considered to be the sacred ones but the situation has changed a lot and today we the people have become… Continue reading Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao- Need Of The Hour
Harshit Joshi writes about the factors causing the non – implementation of the Uniform Civil Code in India and the need for it’s due execution in the nation.
Abeera elucidates the concept of gender equality and the lacunae in it’s implementation. It highlights the plight of men and women, due to gender based violence and suppressive notions, and how the need to stride over the same becomes increasingly integral.
Medha Varshney explains about the access to the health care services available at the helm of the citizenry in India and the pervasive lacuna that should be addressed.
Shradha Sharma presents an ideological stance as to the cause of women empowerments and elucidates their status in the society and the evolution of the same in the 21st Century India.
Shivam Dheeran gives an ideological stance as to the impetus behind the ‘Beti Bachao, Beto Padhao’ campaign and the objects of such an initiative, by further stating the need for uprooting the orthodox mentality that maybe.