About Think India
Think India is a manifestation of the vision to connect the students across India’s educational institutes to a nationalistic thought process and to harness their collective potentials towards the aim of national reconstruction. We, as a pan-India organisation, have been striving to bring together best talents & minds of the country and infuse in them a nation-first attitude, to develop in them a solution-oriented thinking process and to inspire young India to serve the society. Collaborating with institutions, individuals and enterprises we, at Think India have tried to ensure maximum opportunities for students & professionals in our network to develop and contribute in various dimensions. Over years, we have also been offering various internships to students and budding professionals all across India. We have launched more than two dozen forums for further engaging students with varied interests across fields. Some of which are Writer’s Forum, Forum for Legal Activism, Women & Child Rights Forum, Forum for International Relations, LGBTQ Rights Forum, Languages Forum, etc. Further, we have conducted our flagship events, all in the digital space using video conferencing, like: 1st National e-Youth Parliament, National e-Debate Competition, National e-Model United Nations& National Symposium on Landmark Judgements, Young India Dialogue.
About Law Summit
Think India is all set to organize its 4th edition of its flagship program Think India Law Summit scheduled for 27th November, 2021 in Delhi.
Law Summit has previously invited eminent personalities like Sr. Adv. Vikramjit Banerjee (ASG, Govt. of India), Dr. Subramanian Swamy (Economist, Member of Parliament), Sh. Ram Madhav (Director, India Foundation), Prof. Sudhir Krishnaswamy (VC, NLSIU), who have established themselves as youth icons and an inspiration for students across the nation, to discuss and deliberate on issues plaguing our nation such as Citizenship Amendment Bill, Dissent vs. Sedition, Constitutionality of Sharia Courts and so on. Only the conceptual clarity of such issues will enable young minds to form their own opinions and to achieve the basic legal awareness one must have.
The topics for panel discussion this edition are:
  • India@75: Constitutional Reforms Transforming India
  • Understanding Farm Laws: Myths and Facts
  • Afghanistan Issue: Legal remedies to deal with global amelioration of humanity
  • Legal way-out for dealing with bureaucratic regulations in Hindu Temples
Date and timings: 27th November, 2021 (Saturday) from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Venue: Conference Centre, University of Delhi
Only limited seats available.
Lunch and Certificate of Participation will be provided to all the participants.
There is no registration fees for the event.

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