New Delhi, Sep 29: Tribal, women and northeastern students representing universities across India are set to take part in a 'Student Parliament' here to discuss issues faced by them and draw the government's attention towards the need for safety and development plans for them.
The three-day parliament, which will be held between Oct. 1 to 3, is being organised by the BJP student wing, Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP).
The event will be inaugurated by Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram. While first day will be dedicated to tribal students at a seminar entitled, 'Tribal Student-Youth Parliament', the remaining two days will be for 'Women Student Parliament' and 'North East Student-Youth leaders Parliament'.
"The agenda of the Parliament is to kick-start some deliberations among the students who come from every nook and corner of the country," ABVP National General Secretary Shrihari Borikar said in a statement here.
The aim of the event is "to hammer out a feasible solution and place it in front of the government".
"The report on issues arising out of the discussions of the three parliaments will be handed over to the ministries concerned in the form of a memorandum," he added.