Constitution Conference & Expo

Conference on ‘Constitution and National Unity’

24-25 February 2024
Palace Grounds, Bengaluru






Constitution Workshop and Expo 2024

Constitutional Unity: Navigating Challenges, Upholding Values, Inspiring Change

Why this conference?

The 'Constitution and National Unity' conference delves into Constitutional Law, Justice, and India's governance structure. As we mark the 75th year, it aims to preserve constitutional values, address societal challenges, and foster unity amidst diversity, advocating for liberty, equality, fraternity, and justice.

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Join us at the 'Constitution and National Unity' conference, where scholars, policymakers, and thought leaders convene to explore Constitutional Law, governance challenges, and promote unity in the spirit of India's Preamble. Engage in transformative discussions shaping our nation's future.

Constitution Workshop and Expo 2024

Explore constitutional values, governance challenges, and unity at transformative conference.

The conference on ‘Constitution and National Unity’ envisions to critically reflect upon general themes related to Constitutional Law (The Constitution in Motion) and Justice; and more particularly upon India’s governance structure and its implications, division of power and independency of constitutional institutions, welfare state and affirmative action. Our Constitution, being the one that starts with a Preamble declaring India as a Sovereign, Socialist, Democratic and Republic re-emphasises the need to ensure that the Constitution is being implemented in consensus with the spirit of our Preamble. An onus, both Constitutional and Moral lies upon all of us, more so upon the elected representative government in power to ensure that these ideals embedded within the constitutional framework are honoured and adhered both in letter and spirit.

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Preserving Unity: Debates, Diversity, Innovation

As we step into the 75th Year, ever since our Constitution was adopted, the structure of the Constitution of India continues to be debated. Its embedded values are often debated against owing to misconceptions or underlying vested interests. This conference, is therefore a testimony to the fact that the preservation of the Constitution, and its implementation in the right sense matters to us, as a ‘State’.


While the conference seeks to also address issues pertaining to unity, language and identity, it also seeks to accommodate regional identities. It identifies the true definition of ‘Unity’ to be that of being together while still acknowledging the differences. The conference is an attempt and our anchor to sail through the present challenges of economic inequalities, social exclusion and other governance challenges. We thus look forward to rethink about these challenging paradigms; propose innovative ideas to redress structural problems in India and the world and forge constructive synergies to collectively work towards honoring the values of Liberty, Equality, Fraternity and Justice.

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Themes of the Panels

Theme 1: 75th Year of India's Constitution

Charting India’s Constitutional Evolution: From Colonial Rule to Egalitarian Democracy in 75 Years.

Theme 2: Constitution, Welfare and Development

Assessing 75 Years of Welfare: Constitutional Promises, Developmental Trajectories, and Justice Mechanisms.

Theme 3: Development Paradigms in Karnataka

Karnataka Unveiled: SCSP TSP, Government Guarantees, Welfare Initiatives, and Social Justice Movements.

Theme 4: Democracy and Inclusive Karnataka

Empowering Karnataka: Bridging Federal Gaps, Linguistic Diversity, Subaltern Rights, Democracy Strengthening, and Youth Leadership.

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Event Highlights

  • Reflect on seven decades of India’s Constitution, sparking debates on its structural dynamics and embedded values.
  • Emphasize the significance of preserving and implementing the Constitution, aligning with the State’s responsibility and moral duty.
  • Engage in discussions on unity, language, identity, and the accommodation of regional identities, fostering a comprehensive exploration of the nation’s diversity.
  • Define unity as coexistence with acknowledgment of differences, transcending challenges and forging a stronger national identity.
  • Position the conference as a pivotal anchor in navigating contemporary challenges, including economic inequalities, social exclusion, and broader governance issues.
  • Encourage a global outlook by fostering discussions on India’s constitutional journey and governance challenges in the context of the world, fostering international collaboration for shared progress.
  • Encourage participants to rethink existing paradigms, fostering a collective commitment to addressing societal and structural problems within India and globally.
  • Propose and discuss innovative ideas as a response to structural challenges, contributing to a forward-thinking approach in addressing complex issues.
  • Delve into the redressal of economic disparities, emphasizing the importance of social inclusion and proposing actionable solutions for a more equitable society.
  • Advocate for forging constructive synergies among stakeholders to collectively work towards upholding the foundational values of Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, and Justice.
  • Conclude with a shared commitment to honor constitutional values, ensuring a united and just society, resonating with the principles of the Constitution as India advances into the future.
Constitution Workshop and Expo 2024


Constitution Workshop and Expo 2024


THEME 1: 75th Year of India’s Constitution

14:00 hrs – 15:00 hrs

Session A

Panel I: Constitutionalism and Democracy in the 21st Century

Prof. Sudhir Krishnaswamy
Vice-Chancellor & Professor of Law, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru


Prof. Tarunabh Khaitan
Professor (Chair) of Public Law, London School of Economics Law School, UK


Prof. Gopal Guru
Editor, Economic & Political Weekly, Mumbai; Retired Professor of Political Science,
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi


Prof. Nandini Sundar
Professor of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics

15:30 hrs – 16:30 hrs

Session B

Panel II: Ensuring Equality and Equity

Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat
Chairman, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bengaluru ; Former Chairman, University Grants Commission


Ms. Jayna Kothari
Senior Advocate, Karnataka High Court & Supreme Court of India; Director, Centre for Law and Policy Research, Bengaluru


Prof. Sanjay Jain
Professor of Law, National Human Rights Commission Chair on Human Rights, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru


Prof. Rochana Bajpai
Professor of Politics, SOAS University of London


Prof. Meena Dhanda
Professor of Philosophy and Cultural Politics, University of Wolverhampton

17:00 hrs – 18:00 hrs

Session C

Panel III: Reaffirming India's Federal Design

Dr. Govinda Rao
Emeritus Professor, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy; Member of 14th Finance Commission


Prof. Kham Khan Suan Hausing
Professor & Fmr Head | Department of Political Science | University of Hyderabad


Prof. Ashutosh Varshney
Director of the Saxena Center for Contemporary South Asia, Sol Goldman Professor of International Studies and the Social Sciences


Ms. Yamini Aiyar
President and Chief Executive, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi

Theme 2: Constitution, Welfare and Development

14:00 hrs – 15:00 hrs

Session A

Panel I: Constitutional Promises and India's Development in 75 years

Sri. M. V Rajeev Gowda
Former Member of Parliament , Rajya Sabha; National Spokesperson for the Indian National Congress


Prof. Jayati Ghosh
Professor of Economics, University of Masschusetts, Amherst, USA


Sri Anurag Behar
CEO Of Azim Premji Foundation and Founding Vice Chancellor, Azim Premji University, Bengaluru


Prof. Himanshu
Associate Professor, Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi


Prof. Surinder Singh Jodhka
Professor, Centre for the Study of Social Systems, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi


15:30 hrs – 16:30 hrs

Session B

Panel II: Fundamental Rights, Directive principles and Citizenship

Ms. Medha Patkar
Social Activist and Founder Member Narmada Bachao Andolan


Sri Siddharth Varadarajan
Founding Editor, The Wire


Sri Sanjay R Hegde
Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India


Prof. C Basavaraju
Vice Chancellor, Karnataka State Law University, Hubballi

17:00 hrs – 18:00 hrs

Session C

Theme III: Social and Economic Justice

Shri Salman Khurshid (Chair)
Indian Politician, Senior Advocate, and Former Minister, Ministry of External Affairs, India


Prof. S Madheswaran
Professor of Economics, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bengaluru


Sri. Nikhil Dey
Indian Social Activist and Co-founder of Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (MKSS)


Ms. Beena Pallical
General Secretary of Dalit Arthik Adhikar Andolan and Executive Director of South Asia Dalit Women’s Economic Empowerment Program of Asia Dalit Rights Forum


Prof. Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd
Indian Political Theorist , Writer and Dalit Rights Activist

Theme 3: Development Paradigms in Karnataka

14:00 hrs – 15:00 hrs

Session A

Panel-I: Constitutional Directives: Development and Progress in Karnataka

Prof. T R Chandrashekhar
Retired Professor, Department of Developmental Studies, Kannada University, Hampi


Prof. Chandra Poojary
Director, Karnataka State Higher Education Academy, Dharawad, Karnataka


Dr. S T Bagalkoti
Professor, Department of Economics, Karnataka Unviersity Dharawad, Karnataka


Dr. Niranjan R
Assistant Professor, department of Economics, Vijayanagara Sri Krishnadeveraya Unviersity Ballari, Karnataka

15:30 hrs – 16:30 hrs

Session B

Panel II: Karnataka SCSP and TSP Act

Dr. E Venkataiah
Retired IAS Officer and Advisor, SCSP and TSP Social Welfare Department, Karnataka


Shri. N C Muniyappa
Retired IAS Officer and Former Election Commissioner


Dr. K M Metry
Professor, Department of Tribal Studies, Kannada Unviersity, Hampi, Karnataka


Prof. Krishna Raj
Professor, CESP, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bengaluru

17:00 hrs – 18:00 hrs

Session C

Panel III: Guarantees of Government of Karnataka and Universal Basic Income

Dr. C.S. Dwarkanath
Former Chairman of Backward Classes Commission, Karnataka


Shri H M Rudraswami
Senior Progressive Thinker, Chikmagalur, Karnataka


Prof. A Narayana
Professor, Azim Premji University, Bengaluru


Prof. Mallika Ghanti
Former Vice-Chancellor, Kannada Unviersity, Hampi, Karnataka


Prof. Sapna S

Theme 4: Democracy and Inclusive Karnataka

14:00 hrs – 15:00 hrs

Session A

Panel I: ಒಕ್ಕೂ ಟ ವ್ಯ ವ್ಸ್ಥೆ ಯ ನಡುವಿನ ಸ್ಥೇತುವೆ Bridging the gap in federal system

Dr. Arvind Mayaram
Former Finance Secretary, Ministry of Finance of Government of India


Sri. V. L. Narashimhamurthy
Assistant Professor, The National College, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru


Sri. Guruprasad. D.N
Director of Aakriti Books Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru and Author/ Thinkers


Sri. Harshakumar Kugve
Journalist and Researcher, Bengaluru


Sahil Shetty
Human Rights Activist and Former Secretary General of Amnesty International


Sri. Mavalli Shankar
Dalit Activist, Rajya Sanchalakaru, Karnataka Dalit Sangarsha Samithi

15:30 hrs – 16:30 hrs

Session B

Panel II: ಒಕ್ಕೂಟ ವ್ಯವ್ಸ್ಥೆಯಲ್ಲಿ ಭಾಷಾ ಆಯಾಮಗಳು. The Linguistics Dimensions of Federalism.

Dr. V. Bhagyalakshmi
Director, Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Research Institute, Bengaluru


Dr. Ganesh Narayandas Devy
Linguist/ Indian cultural activist, literary critic and former professor of English


Sri. P. Wilson
Senior Advocate and Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha


Theatre Activist and International stage director


Ms. Manjula Maalgi
Sakhi State Devadasi helpdesk Co-ordinator, Hospete, Vijayanagara


Ms. Pallavi G
State Women President, Federation of SCST-NT-DNT Communities, Bengaluru

17:00 hrs – 18:00 hrs

Session C

Panel III: ಮುಖ್ಯ ವಾಹಿನಿಯಡೆಗೆ “ಸಬಾಲ್ಟ ರ್ನ್”. Subaltern Culture and Media

Sri. Indhudhara Honnapura
Senior Journalist & Dalit Activist / Editor – Samvada monthly magazine


Dr. Ashwini K. P
United Nations Special Rapporteur on Racism


Dr. Suraj Milind Yengde
Indian Political Theorist, Writer and Dalit rights Activist


Prof. Chidanandha Reddy S Patil
Research Director, Karnataka Institute for law and Parliamentary Reform, Bengaluru


Rumi Harish
Writer, Social Worker


Sri. Anantha Naik N
Advocate in High Court of Karnataka, Bengaluru

THEME 1: 75th Year of India’s Constitution

09:30 hrs – 11:00 hrs

Session D

Panel IV: Institutional Safeguards for Democracy

Prof. Arun Thiruvengadam
Professor of Law & V.R. Krishna Iyer Chair on Public Law and Policy Choice, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru


Dr. S.Y. Quraishi
Former Chief Election Commissioner of India


Dr. Aparna Chandra
Associate Professor of Law, M K Nambyar Memorial Chair on Constitutional Law, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru


Dr. E. Sridharan
Academic Director & Chief Executive, University of Pennsylvania Institute for the Advanced Study of India, USA

11:30 hrs – 13:00 hrs

Session E

Panel V: Forging a Constitutional Culture and Consciousness

Prof. Shruti Kapila
Professor of History and Politics, Cambridge University, UK


Prof. G Mohan Gopal
Former Director of the National Judicial Academy of the Supreme Court of India, Founder Chair of the National Court Management Systems Committee of the Supreme Court of India. Former Director (Vice-Chancellor) of the National Law School of India, Bengaluru


Mr. Anurag Bhaskar
Deputy Registrar (Research)- cum-Senior Fellow, Supreme Court of India


Dr. John Brittas
Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha


Mr. Bezwada Wilson
Co-Founder and National Convenor, Safai Karmachari Andolan (SKA), New Delhi

Theme 2: Constitution, Welfare and Development

09:30 hrs – 11:00 hrs

Session D

Panel IV: Income Inequality and Universal Basic Income

Prof Sukhdeo Thorat (Chair)
Member of Board of Governor at Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bengaluru and Former Chairperson of University Grant Commission


Prof. Santosh Mehrotra
Research Fellow at IZA Institute of Labour Economics and Visiting Professor at University of Bath, England


Sri Harsh Mander
Social Activist, Author and Columinist and Former IAS


Prof. Krishna Raj
Professor of Economics, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bengaluru


Prof. Babu Mathew
Professor and MPP Faculty Co-Director, Centre for Labour Studies, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru

11:30 hrs – 13:00 hrs

Session E

Panel V: Affirmative Action for Backward Classes and Minorities

Sri K Raju (Chair)
National Coordinator (SC, ST, OBC, and Minorities Department), Indian National Congress


Sri Jignesh Mevani
Member of the Gujarat Legislative Assembly


Dr. Amit Thorat
Assistant Professor, Centre for Study of Regional Development, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi


Ms. Seema Chishti
Editor at The Wire


Mr. Vinoj Abraham
Professor and Ministry of Commerce Chair at Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvavanthapuram

Theme 3: Development Paradigms in Karnataka

09:30 hrs – 11:00 hrs

Session D

Panel IV: Backward Class and Minorities

Shri. Veerappa Moily
Former Chief Minister of Karnataka


Shri K N Lingappa
Retired KAS Officer and Former member of Karnataka Backward Class Commission


Prof Muzaffar Assadi
Professor, University of Mysore, Mysuru


Smt. Du Sarasvati
Kannada Dalit Writer, Theatre artist and activist


Shri Dinesh Aminmattu
Journalist and Thinker

11:30 hrs – 13:00 hrs

Session E

Panel V: Footprints of Social Justice in Karnataka

Dr. Shashikant R Pattan
President, Basava Understanding and Research Centre, Pune


Prof L N Mukundraj
Poet and Playwright


Dr. Purushothama Bilimale
Professor, JNU, New Delhi


Dr. Chinnaswamy Sosale
Professor, Kannada University, Hampi


Shri S G Siddaramaiah
Noted Senior Literature and Activist, Tumkur

Theme 4: Democracy and Inclusive Karnataka

09:30 hrs – 11:00 hrs

Session D

Panel IV: ಪ್ರಜಾಪ್ರಭುತ್ವದಲ್ಲಿ ಮತ್ದಾನ. Democracy and Ballot

Sri M.G. Devasahayam
Former Chief Secretary, GOI / Economist, Soldier and Administrator


Dr. Arun Jolada Kudligi
Writer/Professor, Dr.Ambedkar Arts and Commerce Maha Vidyalaya, Kalaburgi


Prof. Ajay Gudavarthy
Professor in Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Dehli


Sri. B.Gopal
State President of Praja Parivarthan Vedike, Karnataka


Smt. Manjula Telgade
Activist and Social Worker


Sri. Prashanth Bhushan
Senior Lawyer in Supreme Court of India, New Dehli

11:30 hrs – 13:00 hrs

Session E

Panel V: ಯುವಕರು, ಉದ್ಯೋಗ ಮತ್ತು ರಾಷ್ಟ್ರ ನಿರ್ಮಾಣ. Youth, Employment and Nation Building

Sri. S Sashikant Senthil
Former IAS Officer / National Thinker


Smt. Ruchira Chaturvedi
National Covenor, Social Media National Head/ Former LAMP Fellow


Dr. Nawal Kishore, (RJD Spokesperson & DU Academic)
National Spokesperson (RJD), Professor (Political Science), Rajdhani College, University of Kishore


Sri. Pushparaj Deshpande (Moderator)
Director, Samruddha Bharath Foundation, Delhi


Sri. D.G. Sagar 
Advocate and State Convener of Karnataka State Dalit Sangarsha Samithi


Smt. Vijayashanthi Murthy
Assistant professor and Researcher in St. Joseph’s College of Commerce, Bengaluru

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Conference Theme 1

75th Year of India's Constitution

Our Constitution Framers steered India from a colonial authoritarian state to a constitutional democratic republic. This monumental shift. among other things, involved establishing adult franchise, representative government, and independent institutions like Courts to uphold the rule of law. Further, they sought to overhaul a traditional society rooted in caste hierarchy and patriarchy, envisioning a modern egalitarian society built on the dignity of every individual and fostering fraternal relations among all. Further, their vision extended to restructuring a feudal economy based on concentrated wealth and large land holdings by distributing land and economic resources, thereby ensuring social and economic welfare.


Theme 1 of the ‘Constitution and Unity of India Conference’ will explore India’s founding moment as a reference point in comprehending, navigating, and resolving contemporary constitutional, political, economic, and social challenges. The theme will unfold through five panels, each dedicated to addressing a specific aspect of origins and practice of Indian constitutionalism:


•⁠ ⁠Constitutionalism and Democracy in the 21st Century
•⁠ ⁠Ensuring Equality and Equity
•⁠ ⁠Holding Together India’s Federalism
•⁠ ⁠Institutional Guard Rails for Democracy
•⁠ ⁠Building A Constitutional Culture & Consciousness


These panels will feature a dynamic mix of academics, policymakers, parliamentarians, and members of India’s civil society. The discussions within these panels will be collaborative and generative, fostering debate on the aforementioned themes and their implications for the present and future.

Conference Theme 2

Constitution, Welfare and Development

“The Constitution and Unity of India” conference aims to discuss the theme of welfare within the constitutional paradigm, taking a critical look at the developmental trajectory and justice mechanisms in the 75 years since India’s independence.


Session A, “Constitutional Promises and Developmental Achievements in 75 Years: A Critique,” provides a comprehensive examination of job opportunities, income/wealth distribution, reservation policies, and the state of education, addressing both public and private sectors.


In Session B, “Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and Citizenship: A Review,” discussions will revolve around Ambedkar’s perspective, national unity, the concept of a common civil code, state reorganisation, and the principles of cooperative federalism.

Meanwhile, Session C, “Social and Economic Justice: An Appraisal,” explores social inequity, untouchability, intergroup inequality, malnutrition, poverty, and civic amenities like housing, water, and sanitation.


Additionally, Session D scrutinises the intricacies of income inequality and delves into the potential of Universal Basic Income.


Session E, “Economic backwardness of SCs/STs/OBCs and Minorities: A Review of Policies,” critically assesses existing policies focusing on education, land, and women. This conference aims to facilitate a profound exploration of India’s constitutional foundations, uniting scholars, policymakers, and practitioners for enlightening discussions and formulating pragmatic solutions to propel the nation toward progress and unity.

Conference Theme 3

Development Paradigms in Karnataka

The Theme 3 of the Conference focusses on the State of Karnataka. The first panel will focus on development and progress in the light of constitutional directives. The intricate web of developmental dimensions of our constitution with special focus on Karnataka shall be the prime dialogue. It shall engage in discussions on land ownership, affirmative action with reference to employment in the state.


The focus of Panel-II is upon the Tribal Sub-Plan (TSP) and the Schedule Caste Sub-Plan of Karnataka (SCSP). It shall delve into budget allocations, the impact of these plans and address them as a tool for economic empowerment.


The Panel III looks forward to carry out in-detail discussions on the five guarantees rolled out by the incumbent Government of Karnataka and the Universal Basic Income. The discussions will provide a nuanced understanding of the policies and their implications for ensuring citizens’ well-being.


Subsequently, Panel IV will address the welfare of backward classes and minorities, and also seeks to improve the conditions of the OBCs, minority communities and women, paving the way for inclusive policy frameworks.


The Panel V will shed light on the foot prints of Social Justice in Karnataka, emphasizing on the role of our historical leaders, artists and social reformers in shaping the state’s socio-cultural landscape. The session will also discuss social movements related to castes and Dalit rights in Karnataka.

Conference Theme 4

Democracy and Inclusive Karnataka

The Panel-I aims at engaging in discussions that look towards bridging the gaps in the federal system and addressing the North-South divide in the light of Directive Principles of State Policy.


The linguistic dimensions and its inter-play with the federal structure is the prime focus on Panel-II. It shall also hold discussions on multi-lingual and multi-cultural diversities and preservation of these distinctions amidst the debates of having a homogenous linguistic identity.


The Panel-III addresses the subaltern cultures in the mainstream India. It seeks to redress the challenges faced by communities which are often deprived of socio-political rights and basic needs like food, water etc. This discussion also integrates itself with the principles embedded in our Preamble.


The Panel IV focussed on Democracy and Ballot. In a democracy, the responsibility and right of every individual and the nation has to be built through the system of voting which is the most holistic duty. There are still many issues like feudal mentality, illiteracy, ignorance, casteism, religious differences among many other problems in India, and there should be discussions about the importance of voting of these citizens and the roles of every individual in creating awareness to strengthen democracy.


The objective of Panel V is to reiterate the role of youth in Nation Building. It opens up a forum for discussion on the role of youth in nation building of the integrity of the country and the development of all races and the building of youth leadership.

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KREIS Expo & Display

KREIS Expo & Display

Nurturing Democratic Values in Young Minds

The Department of Social welfare is organizing Expo and display as part of the Mega Conference, anchored by Karnataka Residential Educational Institution Society KREIS Karnataka Residential Educational Institution Society (KREIS). KREIS proudly presents an annual exhibition tailored for the bright young minds of classes 6th to 10th. Aimed at fostering scientific temper and instilling the values of democracy and the constitution, this unique event serves as a platform for over 2 Lakh children studying in KREIS schools across the state.


This year’s exhibition, themed around the Constitution and key aspects of democracy, features projects from students across the state. The event not only showcases the diverse talents of our students but also reinforces the principles of social and economic justice, affirmative actions, and the spirit of Unity in Diversity, Equality, and Fraternity.

KREIS Expo & Display

Key Themes of the Expo

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and Indian Constitution

Celebrating the architect of our Constitution and his vision for a just and inclusive society.

⁠Social and Economic Justice - Affirmative Actions

Exploring initiatives that promote equality and empower marginalised communities.

⁠Universal Basic Income (UBI)

Encouraging critical thinking about economic policies and their impact on society.

Unity in Diversity, Equality, and Fraternity

Embracing the foundational principles that bind our diverse nation together.

Science and Technology Focus

In addition to constitutional themes, the expo will feature projects on environmental issues, ICT, artificial intelligence, and more.

Scientific institutions such as JNCSR, Agastya, Vagartha, and the Planetarium will actively participate, providing valuable insights into the latest technologies and promoting scientific temper as envisioned in Article 51A(h) of the Constitution. This vibrant platform is open to all, inviting educators, parents, and the community to witness and applaud the remarkable talents of our students. Join us at the Expo and Display, and become part of an inspiring journey towards a brighter, more informed future.


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