Media Partnerships


Parwarish Cares Foundation is the non-profit wing of Parwarish Institute of parenting Private Limited. This organization works with the environment of a child (namely parents and teachers) to nurture happy, healthy, responsible and unstoppable children. With its ground firmly being- supporting children to discover their inherent unlimited potential, the organization works extensively across the country. One of the major issues that can become a barrier for children to discover this ‘no-limitness’ ; is the crime of Child Sexual Abuse.
By definition, sexual abuse is the act of violating a person’s body with a sexual intent. It includes someone touching a child on their body parts; especially private parts without consent, a child being exposed to someone’s private parts online or offline without informed consent, forcing a child to have sexual intercourse, making the child watch something sexual online or offline, in person or virtually.
In India, there is a rampant upsurge in cases of child sexual abuse. Efforts to eradicate it, are thus the need of the hour.
Creating a dialogue on the intensity and severity of child sexual abuse as a crime will begin with the sensitization of the country’s population towards: the idea of sex as a normal biological need and not a taboo, the disjunction between right or wrong -morality and sex, and the need for parents and teachers to start talking to children about sex and sexuality, preceding the crime of sexual abuse.
Eradication of Child Sexual Abuse can begin only when children and caregivers are aligned to the aforementioned ideas. Parwarish Cares Foundation has created a mission to accomplish these.
The organization stands firmly on the idea that before eradicating Sexual Abuse- a structural problem, it is necessary to have a conversation on what Sexual Abuse actually implies and more importantly, where it stems from. In the quest to do this, the organization has launched its powerful campaign called ‘AAO BAAT KAREIN”, with the objective of eradicating all kinds of sexual abuse from the country by the year 2030.
We are celebrating the coverage of the Aao Baat Karein Campaign at Parwarish Cares Foundation. Through its workshops, by November 30th, the campaign has covered One lakh Six thousand, two hundred and thirty two children (1,06,232), 4500 teachers, 4500 parents, more than 500 caregivers, and counselors across various states of India. This includes government schools, private schools, non-government organizations, cities, sub urban areas, villages and public spaces across the country. The Aao Baat Karein campaign also launched its street theatre project, that translated the session into a ‘nukkad naatak’ which was performed and accepted generously in several public spaces in Delhi including Connaught Place, Palika Bazar and so on. It is currently ready for its second season with several performances in schools across the city in association with Tagore International School.
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This campaign covers a lot of aspects which serve to make it a unique experience.
1. Trainers and educators get trained in the module and are equipped to tweak/modify it as per the children they cater to. Our module and presentation with a poster on the same are given to the teachers after the session so that it can be consistently carried out with children.
2. Participants dialogue about ‘why’ there is a need to talk about sexual abuse and its eradication and ‘how’ to go about it.
3. Participants/Children get aware of the various kinds of myths about sexual abuse that surround us. They get a glimpse of the reality of the prevalence of child sexual abuse through actual facts from reliable sources.
4. Children/participants are introduced to and understand the meaning of an ‘Unsafe’ touch and its difference from the otherwise taught ‘Bad touch’. This is a completely new addition to modules on sexual abuse.
5. Participants/Children are trained/ empowered to say NO- through a process of experiential learning, where they learn of the power of this word. Unless and until each person experiences the power of this through a process specifically designed for the session, the session does not progress forward.
6. Children get acquainted with the numerous ways and situations that can be of sexual abuse in their own lives and the several helpline numbers they can contact on.
7. Children/ participants demarcate between sexual abuse that happens via physical contact and that which happens without physical contact (Non- contact sexual abuse).
8. Children/ participants see in reality how a person facing sexual abuse would feel and the environment to be created around this person to empower them to deal with the trauma and effects of sexual abuse.
To know more about this powerful campaign, visit the site and become a champion contributor for this cause by clicking HERE!

On 11th November, RamComm the Commerce society of Ramanujan College successfully organised its annual bidding and auctioning event “Bid for Dead”.
The event was well received not just among the Ramanujan College student body but also got popular among students from all across the University.
Bid for Dead 3.0 was sponsored by over 20 firms/establishments/companies which contributed to taking the prize money to Rs.1.25 lacs.

The event was a 3 round competition wherein thr first two rounds were of elimination nature , namely questionnaire and case study competition while the last and final round came as bidding and auctioning of companies.

The winner of the event was Akash Jha of Ramanujan College.
The participants and members of the organising team went back thoroughly energised to bring back an even better version of the same in the next year

“I can’t exactly remember when was the last time I was this happy. I came to this event alone, but I’m leaving with three friends and I think they are going to be with me forever!” – Nandini Sundarani

We The Young, a youth media platform, organized Delhi’s biggest youth mental health event on 9th November 2019 at IIT Delhi called ‘What’s Up Zindagi?’ Over 200 youngsters came together from across the city to talk about mental health issues that matter to them.

Talking about the safe space created on What’s Up Zindagi, one of the audience members, Riya Dutta, said, “I found the courage to express my emotions, I spoke to a friend I had a breakup with, I discovered myself in a different light. After a very long time, I felt like I was not alone. I was in between a room full of strangers but the connect developed over our stories made me feel like I know them since ages.”

The event highlights include:
– Seven workshops focusing on individual stories, struggles, and emotions
– Art-based therapy aimed at group catharsis
– Live performances to end the evening along with tons of conversations and hugs

Charit Jaggi, the founder of We The Young and curator of the festival said, “We need to create more platforms and safe spaces for people to come and share their vulnerabilities and problems. We’re 333 million young people, the world’s largest youth population, and yet so many of us are battling with loneliness, anxiety, and depression alone. No one deserves to suffer alone. There is an urgent need for us to come together as a generation, right now more than ever.”

These workshops focused on different millennial mental health issues like everyday stress, anxiety, career confusion, self-esteem, friendship breakups, etc. The moderators of these sessions were leading figures in the mental health field including Juhi Sharma (Light Up, Emotions Matter Foundation), Hitesh Sanwal (Youth For Mental Health), Divya Dureja (LGBTQ Activist & Counseling Psychologist) to name a few.

Talking about these intimate sessions, Aishwarya Rastogi said, “I haven’t seen people being so vulnerable and so strong at the same time. It’s a beautiful paradox! I resonated with so many people facing similar struggles or worse which taught me to be a little more empathetic and kind.”
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How many times to do we see hundreds of people dancing together and painting to live music, sitting in a lawn lit up with lights and beautiful origami decorations? That’s how magical it felt when two expressive art therapy sessions were conducted where everyone got the chance to experience catharsis via art. One of the most candid feedback of these sessions was one given by Pooja Sachdeva who says, “I enjoyed dance therapy the most, specifically the activity where you cheer for the person who loses. Never in my life have I celebrated losses. Losing was fun!” What a way to celebrate the little things in life!

The event ended with live performances by two Indie singers, Vasu Raina and Prachi Gangas along with a spoken word performance by one of the most famous English poets in the country, Ambuj Sen Patra. Hundreds of people soaked in self-love, realizations, all sorts of emotions couldn’t help but tear out a little, give out hugs and make a promise to themselves, one that refuses to let life get the better of them!

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About the organizers:
The event was organized by We The Young (WTY), a Delhi based youth media platform that features stories & voices defining Young India today. In a short span, WTY has covered over 100 remarkable youth stories from across India and impacted nearly 5 lakh lives featuring some of the best undiscovered young talent on their channel. We The Young is the brainchild of Charit Jaggi a young filmmaker, journalist and storyteller turned entrepreneur.

Follow We The Young on Instagram: @wetheyoungindia
Email We The Young: [email protected]

The Counselors’ Club , Parwarish, a platform to build a community of caregivers such as counselors, special educators, teachers and students pursuing their masters in psychology and allied field, held its session, ‘Disabling Disability: Paving the Way for inclusive classrooms on 2nd November 2019. It was the third session for Counselors’ Club in 2019.
This session was centered on changing the narrative of Disability, or the perspective of looking at persons with Disability- from Sympathy to Empathy. It was also aimed at de-constructing the idea of the ‘normal’, with the standpoint that normalcy is a label created by the society and similarly, that which is ‘away from the normal’ is also a label given by society. The intention of this session was to create classrooms of empowerment in schools all over Delhi and further in the nation.
The session was attended by 40 participants- counselors (school counselors, free lancers, career counselors) government and private school special educators, social workers from several organizations, teachers and students pursuing their masters. The schools that sent in their educators included St Colomba’s, Ambience School, Pragyanam, Apeejay School, and Lovely Public School. Special Educators and teachers from South Delhi Municipal Schools of Madangiri, Katwaria Sarai Girls, RK Puram sector 12 and Malviya Nagar also attended the same, through the permission of the zonal head and Deputy Director of Education, South zone, Delhi- Mr Surender Kr Bhandoria. NGOs such as Lakshya- Ek Prayas, The Study Hall and Delhi Council of Children welfare also sent in their resource personnel.
Various esteemed personnel working in the field of empowerment of persons with Disability were invited as guest speakers for the session. Mr Faisal Ashraf, a disability activist and founder of Glad Wheels Life, a start up with automobile solutions for persons with locomotive disability, Ms Nirmit Goel- the author of ‘My Experiences in the Zoo’, Mr George Abraham- the founder of the World Cricket Council and Cricket World Cup for the blind, and Founder and Chairperson of Score Foundation, Mr T D Dhariyal- the State Commissioner for Persons with Disability, New Delhi; who shared their lived experiences and varied accomplishments in this field.
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The Participants had several powerful takeaways- a) being present to and removing the labels which restrict children with disability (such as weak, vulnerable, dependent, helpless) b) recognizing the inherent potential in all children to achieve their goals in life- ‘no limitness’, c) providing access or exposure of all kinds- resources, different inclusive methods of teaching, a supportive environment to children in classrooms and thus creating classrooms of empowerment across all schools.

The Departments of History and Political Science, Maitreyi College, University of Delhi, celebrated the 150th Birth Anniversary of Bapu on the topic “RE-NARRATIVISING GANDHI BEYOND TEMPORAL SPACE” on 8th November 2019.

The event was graced by the presence of Prof. Bhagwan Singh Josh, Professor of Contemporary History, Jawaharlal Nehru University as the Chair and Dr Nishikant Kolge, Associate Professor, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies; Dr Lata Singh, Associate Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Dr Shamika Ravi, Member, PM’s Economic Advisory Council and Research Director, The Brookings Institution; Mr Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, Journalist and Political Commentator; and Mr Argha Ganguly, Assistant Curator, National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi as the speakers.

The event was attended by all the teachers with Dr. Haritma Chopra, Officiating Principal, as the Patron; Dr. Kiran Pandey and Dr. Ritu Chahal Kumar as the Conveners; and around 130 students.

The guests were felicitated and the symposium started with a speech by Dr. Nishikant Kolge on Gandhi and the Harijan-Dalit Debate where he emphasized what the contemporary Dalit movements can take away from Gandhi and Ambedkar. He was followed by Dr. Lata Singh who spoke on Gandhi and the Household pointed out how during the independence movement, private became public and political and how Gandhi’s ideals and efforts made it possible for women to step outside the walls of their household. Dr. Shamika Ravi picked up the issues of labour force participation, gross economic elasticity and behavioural changes that come into play when one endeavours to practice Gandhi in Contemporary Economic Issues.

The second half of the Symposium was illustrated by Mr Paranjoy Guha Thakurta who related Gandhi’s ideals on print media with the media that is in jeopardy today, and Mr Argha Ganguly who, to the delight of the students, displayed a presentation on the various exhibitions on Gandhi that have been conducted in India as well as worldwide.
This was followed by an overview of Gandhi and the contemporary space by Prof Bhagwan Singh Josh. The session was then opened to the questions of the students who were provided with enlightening answers by the speakers and the chair. The session ended with a vote of thanks by Ms. Nikita Audichya.

The Symposium was also complemented by several competitive events for students to take part in, namely a National Online Essay Writing Competition, a National Poster Making Competition and an Inter-College Debate Competition. The winners of these events were given cash prizes and the participants were given certificates as well.

Overall, the event was a success as the speakers and the students had a tremendously informational interactive session and the competitions entertained enthusiastic participants. The students have expressed their appreciation for being able to take part so extensively in the Gandhian traditionsl2

Ankur- The Theatre Society of SGTB Khalsa College presented its 8th Annual Production Bookh on 13, 14 & 15 October 2019 in the college Amphitheater.
People turned up in huge numbers to attend the play.
It was well-received, hugely appreciated and critically analyzed by the college staff, management, friends, family, the DCTC audience and other theater practitioners.
The characters in the play brought to light life in a land full of misery and crime. The course of the play unfolded the drastic changes faced by the lower-class community.



PowerWithin successfully organised ‘The Mental Health Festival’ on the 13th of October in collaboration with India Excellence Forum and Gautam Buddha University. It was to mark the World Mental Health Day, observed every year by the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) and World Health Organization (WHO). The theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day was “Coming Together to Prevent Suicide”.

The event brought together all the stakeholders, from school going students to academicians, mental health professionals, survivors, researchers, journalists, representatives from film & theatre background, and policymakers under one roof, to hold stimulating and thought-provoking discussions around ‘Ecology of Suicide’ and mental health at large. The chief guest for the event, Shri Harivansh Narayan Singh, Hon. Dy. Chairman, RajyaSabha, Government of India in his speech expressed his concern over the growing number of suicide cases in recent times and said how reintroducing the teachings and methodologies as prescribed in abundance in ancient scriptures can positively contribute to our Mental Health.

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Chief Guest – Shri Harivansh Narayan Singh, Hon. Dy. Chairman, Rajya Sabha, Government of India.

The day of the event was packed with interesting intellectual and cultural activities, which addressed mental health, its prevalence, experiences, notions, importance, and current on-going work in the field of mental health and fitness. ADRIFT, a documentary on narratives of mental health survivors in their own words, curated by PowerWithin was also premiered. Maria Sufia&Pankhuri Agarwal, two mental health survivors, now working as mental health proponents were also present during the screening, where they shared their own journey of healing and emphasized on the need to break free from the myths surrounding mental health, which keeps/prevents so many individuals from asking for professional help.

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A representative of PowerWithin moderating ‘ADRIFT’ session

Earlier in the day, the audience witnessed a very interesting panel discussion on ‘Suicide Prevention’ led by school kids. They put forth the need to normalize the concept of mental health and create more safe spaces, where many such discussions can take place. ‘There is no health without mental health’ as said by one of the kids in the panel left every individual in the hall awestruck.

School Students Participating in Panel Discussion

Keeping in line with the theme of the festival, a panel discussion on ‘Converging on the Ecology of suicide prevention’ was held. To ensure a broader perspective on the said topic, the panel constituted of individuals from all walks of life; in age and in the profession. Some interesting points were raised by the panel around the pervasiveness of mental health issues, challenges faced by mental health professionals and how the role of media can be crucial in spreading awareness. Sensing the growing need for addressing issues around mental health, India Excellence Forum launched fellowship programme, in collaboration with PowerWithin, for students who will be trained on/off the field as Behavioural Mentors, to take the baton forward and work with the younger generation to safeguard their mental health and eventually, the future of our country.

Panel Discussion on Ecology of Suicide Prevention

To reach out to a wider audience, a range of cultural performances displaying the various facets of mental health and art forms like theatre, music, dance and laughter therapy, which can actually help people to heal were presented to the audience. Students of Gautam Buddha University performed a moving play on the increasing cases of suicides and how it is important for people to not feel ashamed of asking for professional help.
Ms. Sharanya Nair gave an exquisite performance in Hindustani Classical dancing. Mr. Raja Dutt mesmerized the audience with his soulful Flute performance. Mr. Prateek Nair held the audience in complete awe with his beatboxing. Mr. Dani, a lyricist, and Singer captivated the audience with his beautiful self-written song in support of Mental Health. Followed by this, they had Dhwanik, the Music Society of Zakir Hussain Delhi College, touched the hearts of the audience with their classical singing. Laughter is the best medicine, said a wise man. And to accomplish this, they had some highly talented Stand-up comics like Mr. Vikrant Chauhan, Mr. Abhinay Rai, Mr. Raj Negi, and Mr. Sachin. Ms. Komal Chopra, a Tedx speaker presented her piece ‘Don’t kill yourself today’ as an appeal to the listeners to keep looking for a ray of hope as it’s a bad day and not a bad life.

A Theatre Play by GBU students promoting Suicide Prevention

Many NGOs and Organizations came forward to support our initiative and put up their Stalls in an effort to promote initiatives around Mental Health. PowerWithinhad set up stalls on Emotional Health Check-up and Counseling Services Stall, led by Mr. Kaushik, to aware the audiences about varied typed of Psychometric Assessments available for support and another stall on ‘Stress Busters’ led by Ms. DivyaGoswani. Ms. Aastha Jain, a Graphologist had set up a stall to create awareness about the Art and Science of Handwriting Analysis, by analyzing the audience’s handwriting and providing brief reports about their Personality traits. Ms. Ekta Chopra, a Psychologist by profession and a Painter by hobby, had also put up a stall of her Paintings.

Art Stall by Suchitra, The Fine Arts Society of ZHDC

In addition to all these, an Art Therapy workshop led by Ms. Sonali Saini, a UNESCO-CID certified Art Based Therapist & a practicing Psychologist, was also organized. It was exclusively for individuals aspiring to become a professional therapist. The workshop included visual art, dance-movement, poetry prompt and expressive writing as a form of expression. The amalgamation of experiential exercises and art was received well by the participants.
In an interview by B2B with Founders of PowerWithin, Mr. Vishal Goyal and Mr. Amit Panwar added that – ‘state of Mental Health is deteriorating in India and it’s high time that we take a strong step to support and promote Mental Health. Every 40 seconds, there is a Suicide and every 2 seconds, there is someone attempting Suicide and these data by WHO should itself be evident to the fact that Mental Health is the largest upcoming crisis that Human Beings would be facing next. Instead of waiting for the crisis to happen, PowerWithin is taking a step towards a solution by bringing together all the stakeholders – academicians, professionals, survivors, media, policymakers and people from different walks of life to Coming Together in an attempt to Prevent Suicide and Promoting Mental Health’.
Ms. Sneha Jha, COO, PowerWithin extending her Vote of thanks for the Mega Event added – ‘The Annual Mental Health Festival 2019 was made successful via the collaboration with India Excellence Forum and Gautam Buddha University. Our media partners, DU Beat, DU Express and DU Assassins have extended great support in helping us reach out to the Youth of India.’
If you want to extend support to their Initiative and/or need help promoting Mental Health, then you can connect to them at [email protected]. Via, they are Being Brave Initiative, they are taking Mental Health Services and Initiatives to individuals and organizations – Schools, NGOs, Universities, and Corporates.

Organizing Team of PowerWithin




Harithkram successfully completed the first day of the two-day MUNEA 2019 on September 20, 2019. The chief guest for the opening session and inauguration of the fourth edition of Harithkram Model United Nations Environment Assembly, Justice Swatanter Kumar, former Chairperson, National Green Tribunal gave an electrifying address. He began by suggesting that just like Shaheed Bhagat Singh gave up his life for the country, the students of the College named after him should also be sincere fighters for the environment of this country as well as the world at large. He also mentioned the Ten Commandments that the Former President of India, Late Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam once administered to a bunch of law students, and suggested that even if a student succeeded in following any two of them, then she/he will be serving the country at some point. In his speech, he gave alarming facts and figures, which left the audience astounded, but also offered relief and hope through simple and practical solutions. He suggested that one should improve one’s conduct, one’s way of life, one’s general habits and lifestyle, and spread the same message far and wide. He also made a poignant suggestion: knowledge and conscientiousness about the environment have nothing to do with science, as the environment is something we live in and breathe in. Hence, everyone must be aware of the same, and everyone must contribute to the betterment of the same. The Keynote Speaker in the opening session and inauguration, Dr. Indrani Chandrasekharan, former Advisor, Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change addressed the assembly on “Global Health Diplomacy and Related Sustainable Development Goals.” She gave a succinct presentation on Sustainable Development Goals and their relationship to global health and diplomacy. Her paper was indeed an eye-opener. She shared a wealth of
information with the assembly, together with the relevant data and statistics, and urged each one present to live sustainable lives.

The Introductory Session of HMUNEA had a brief, but an incisive address by Ms. Taru Mehta from the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).
Ms. Mehta, an educationist for a large share of her career, suggested how the youth need to be alert to and take constructive steps towards the environment. She also emphasized why such simulation exercises were significant for students: not only did they improve their skills of public speaking and negotiations, but because the students today will be part of decision-making committees and bodies in a decade’s time, first-hand experience of such assemblies will come handy. She also hoped that by the end of the two-day session, the delegates will be able to arrive at concrete resolutions, suggestions and action plans.
The First Session of Harithkram Model United Nations Environmental Assembly started off as a promising event. The overwhelming majority of participating member states indicated their commitment to the environment and to environmental diplomacy on global health. The Committee started with the General Assembly Speakers’ List in which each delegate was given 90 seconds to talk about the stand of their respective countries on the topic “Environmental
Diplomacy on Global Health,” after which the quorum moved to an Unmoderated Caucus to discuss the agenda to be raised in the Moderated Caucus. The Committee then moved into the first moderated caucus on the topic
“Climate Change with Special Emphasis on Global Health.” With a majority of delegates seconding the motion, the floor was open to deliberation. Most of the delegates actively took part in the discussions. Before the session closed, the Assembly, including the volunteers and faculty of Harithkram as well as the delegates of HMUNEA took an oath in support of the Global Climate Strike, the biggest global movement calling for a Climate Emergency, in solidarity with the Swedish environmentalist Greta Thunberg. Harithkram joined the people of over 150 countries who are supporting young climate strikers demanding an end to the age of fossil fuels by taking an oath and organizing a signature campaign in the College to support Thunberg’s call for a Climate Strike.

On day two, i.e. September 21, 2019, the Environment Assembly convened three sessions. The sessions were conducted on women’s health and sanitation, preventing non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and finally, public health institutions. The committee also passed a resolution where the full house voted in favour of the resolution. The secretariat is delighted to announce that the Assembly successfully attained its objectives by covering all the six agendas that were listed by the assembly. The brainstorming sessions did not only bring out the negotiation skills of the delegates but also affirmed their commitment to the cause of the environment. The closing session and valedictory had a full house that was addressed by two eminent speakers as the guest of honours, Ms. Gayatri Raghwa, Environment and Education Consultant for UN in India (UNEP) and Ms. Radhika Suri,
Director, Environment Education from WWF-India. The assembly that saw the participation of delegates from different Universities and various colleges of the University of Delhi, after a brief feedback session, was declared closed by Dr. Komal Agarwal, the Executive Director of the Harithkram Model United Nations Environment Assembly 2019. The student conveners of this assembly, Ms. Rhythm Patel and Mr. Arghadeep Das presented the Vote of Thanks and thanked the Patron and Principal Dr. Anil Sardana, Convener Ms. Mita Hussain, Staff Advisor Dr. V.A.V. Raman and other faculty members, the knowledge partners, the supporters, the organising team and the support staff for their contribution to the success of this youth conference.1






With 9 events in the span of two days, we explored a plethora of literary activities. With over
450 participants from colleges across India, The Joust culminated as the convergence of the most
esteemed literary enthusiasts.
1) National Integration Council: It discussed various causes that bring inequalities and
marginalize certain sections of society. The delegates also discussed various solutions to
integrate the country into a cohesive society.
2) United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation: It discussed ways
to curb the barriers to educate the refugee population and find feasible solutions for
mitigating the refugee crisis.
3) International Organisation for Migration: It discussed the problems faced by
environmental migrants who migrate due to extreme climatic changes.
4) Penned: It was a creative writing competition that challenged the participants to use their
imaginative brain to come with new characters of already existing TV Series or books,
and also change the climax of the most entertaining scenes.
5) Inquizitive: The quiz challenged young minds of their capability to keep up with the
world of science, sports, government, Hollywood, etc.
6) Tarksangram: A Multi-format Hindi Debate had rational topics and opinions were
discussed. Apart from this, both arguments contained one major aspect of social media
influence on society. It was hence a very resourceful event.
7) Cerebrate: An English conventional debate discussed how slacktivism has become the
force of change and many mind-boggling constructives were made hence making this
event very interesting.
8) Press: It covered all the intricate details that happened in these 9 events in the duration of
two days. The photographers covered the event extensively and many great photos came
out of it.
9) Verses: A slam poetry event hard poems that ignited a fire and made us question the
things around us. Beautifully spoken poems that remained with us forever.
The event was a great success and your support was as vital as anyone else.
Thank You.