Posted on Friday, May 24, 2019

The Bala Parliament organised by Kudumbashree Mission set a noteworthy representation of Balasabha Children. Shri. A.C Moideen, Minister, Local Self Government Department, Government of Kerala inaugurated the Bala Parliament held at Old Legislative Assembly Hall on 22 May 2019. Selected 140 students from 14 districts across the state took part in the programme. After the Bala Parliament, the Balasabha children also visited the New Legislative Assembly Complex.

Students were divided into different groups and out of them 20 students were identified for the roles of President, Prime Minister, Speaker, Opposition Leader and Ministers of various departments. Abhimanyu A.S from Thiruvananthapuram, Surya Suresh from Kottayam, Adithya from Kannur, Abhishek.L. Namboothiri from Kottayam and Aleena from Alappuzha played the roles of Prime Minister, Speaker, Deputy Speaker, President and Opposition Leader respectively. 

Smt. Asha Vargheese, Director, Kudumbashree Mission welcomed the gathering and Smt. Hemalatha C.K,  District Mission Coordinator, Kudumbashree Malappuram DIstrict Mission extended Vote of Thanks. Shri. K.P Anil, Private Secretary to Minister, LSGD, Shri. A Santhosh Kumar, Additional Private Secretary to Minister, LSGD, Smt. G.S Amrida, Programme Officer, Social Development, Kudumbashree Mission, Shri. Jijin Gangadharan, State Assistant Programme Manager, Kudumbashree Mission, Shri.Jomon, State Assistant Programme Manager, Kudumbashree Mission, District Programme Managers,  Block Co-ordinators and Resource Persons also attended the programme.

The prime objective of constituting Balasabhas is to prevent inter-generational transmission of poverty through capability enhancement of children. Small Learning Groups for experimental and systematic learning, opportunities for understanding democratic process, participation in conserving environment, enabling children to unfold the intricacies of collectivization are the basic focal points of Balasabha. Bala Parliament is being conducted by Kudumbashree Mission starting from 2007 to educate the children and to make them aware and understand  the democratic process and its importance.

The Bala Parliament organised by Kudumbashree Mission set a noteworthy representation of Balasabha Children. Shri. A.C Moideen, Minister, Local Self Government Department, Government of Kerala inaugurated the Bala Parliament held at Old Legislative Assembly Hall on 22 May 2019. Selected 140 students from 14 districts across the state took part in the programme. After the Bala Parliament, the Balasabha children also visited the New Legislative Assembly Complex.
 

Students were divided into different groups and out of them 20 students were identified for the roles of President, Prime Minister, Speaker, Opposition Leader and Ministers of various departments. Abhimanyu A.S from Thiruvananthapuram, Surya Suresh from Kottayam, Adithya from Kannur, Abhishek.L. Namboothiri from Kottayam and Aleena from Alappuzha played the roles of Prime Minister, Speaker, Deputy Speaker, President and Opposition Leader respectively. 

Smt. Asha Vargheese, Director, Kudumbashree Mission welcomed the gathering and Smt. Hemalatha C.K,  District Mission Coordinator, Kudumbashree Malappuram DIstrict Mission extended Vote of Thanks. Shri. K.P Anil, Private Secretary to Minister, LSGD, Shri. A Santhosh Kumar, Additional Private Secretary to Minister, LSGD, Smt. G.S Amrida, Programme Officer, Social Development, Kudumbashree Mission, Shri. Jijin Gangadharan, State Assistant Programme Manager, Kudumbashree Mission, Shri.Jomon, State Assistant Programme Manager, Kudumbashree Mission, District Programme Managers,  Block Co-ordinators and Resource Persons also attended the programme.

The prime objective of constituting Balasabhas is to prevent inter-generational transmission of poverty through capability enhancement of children. Small Learning Groups for experimental and systematic learning, opportunities for understanding democratic process, participation in conserving environment, enabling children to unfold the intricacies of collectivization are the basic focal points of Balasabha. Bala Parliament is being conducted by Kudumbashree Mission starting from 2007 to educate the children and to make them aware and understand  the democratic process and its importance.

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The prime objective of constituting Balasabhas is to prevent inter-generational transmission of poverty through capability enhancement of children.