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About Yogya- Empowering Society

Yogya-Empowering Society is an independent think tank culminating the efforts of students, policy researchers, legal advisors to provide efforts for nation-building collectively. Yogya constructs valuable research in policy and legal field intending to provide a substantial amount of input for improving the domains of law and policy. We work with centres of public policy, governing bodies for the right of women and child enabling field research to become a yardstick for transformation

About SAMAjH

SAMAjH is a platform for all those students who wants to express themselves on given platform.

It’s an extempore where students get to know about the Law , Policy and Social issues

Yogya brings this platform to gather the Youth to work on societal issues and speak on that in front of the people .

Registration and fees

Registration can be done on www.yogyapatrika.com

Fees is – Rs30

Eligibility

This platform is open for all the students- Under and Post Graduate  , PhD scholars , policy experts and any other educational fields .

Procedure

SAMAjH will be held twice in a week and maximum 5 participants can participate on first come and first serve bases .

Topic will be given by Yogya team on the spot and participants will get 2 minutes to consider the topic and have to speak Minimum for 4 minutes and Maximum upto 10 minutes .

Awards

The Best participant will be selected for final phase and will get a chance to speak in front of a famous political leader & will get a appreciation certificate

And all the participants will get a certificate.

Contact Details

Avinash sharma

9810170098

or write us on – [email protected]

 

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