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NLUJ Student represented India at the Russian Federation as part of a delegation of Youth Political Leaders from India.

The University congratulates Mr. Shaurya Bhandari, (Class of 2022) on representing India at the Russian Federation as part of a delegation of Youth Political Leaders from India. The programme took place in the month of July and focused on policy formulation as well as a detailed study of the administrative structures of the country. It was a joint venture between the Government of India and Russia, based on improving bilateral ties.The delegates met and interacted with the Ambassador of India to Russia on the need for stronger Indo-Russian ties in light of the historical friendship between the two nations. They worked with officials of the government of Moscow on modernising urban governments and the use of technology in terms of citizen participation in Municipal issues.

Shaurya represented India at the Election Commission of Russia, exploring possibilities of collaboration and  digitalisation of ballots in India. He also met with officials from ‘Sputnik’, the Russian News Agency and worked on the concept of combating ‘fake news’ and ‘false narratives’.Having paid homage to the martyrs of the Second World War at the Museum of the Great Patriotic War  at Moscow in Russia, the leaders interacted with the ‘Russian Union of Youth’, working on possibilities of more youth interaction in the field of education and through cultural exchange and visited the Federation Council at Moscow, interacting with officials on ways to increase participation of women in legislative machinery.The visit also focused on the crucial issue of cybersecurity, where leaders visited the ‘Kaspersky Security Systems’ Headquarters, exploring ways to ensure better security of data and privacy while accessing the internet. In terms of increasing bilateral co-operation, Shaurya interacted with the Former Ambassador of Russia to India at the ‘Russian International Affairs Council’ on ways to improve co-operation at International Organisations such as the United Nations and the Shanghai Co-operation organisation.The Visit concluded at the ‘Timiyarzav Agricultural Academy’ and where the leaders got an understanding of Agricultural ties between the two nations since 1947 and the way forward.The rigorous selection procedure involved a series of write-ups and interviews and active engagement with the Government of Russia. The programme saw leaders from all across the nation consisting of politicians, advocates, bureaucrats and National Organisations, making it a learning experience, in addition to a great opportunity for cultural exchange between high profile leaders and diplomats..

Published on :: 19 Jul, 2019

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