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The Indian Committee Stakeholders Meet, an initiative by the Indian government, gathers various stakeholders to discuss and shape policy on specific national issues. These meetings involve government officials, industry leaders, academia, and civil society. Technically, they facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogue, collect feedback, and build consensus on policy frameworks. They operate through consultations, workshops, and public forums. Their relevance lies in ensuring inclusive and participatory governance, addressing diverse perspectives, and enhancing policy effectiveness. These meetings help in transparent decision-making, fostering collaboration, and addressing complex challenges in sectors like technology, environment, and economy, thereby contributing to national development.


Agenda: Discussing the legal and political implications of the Uniform Civil Code in India.


The Uniform Civil Code (UCC) in India is a proposal to replace the personal laws based on the scriptures and customs of each major religious community in India with a common set of laws governing every citizen. The debate over this is igniting sparks throughout the country. Therefore the agenda aims to enlighten young voices and build effective solutions.

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