The Under-18 Elections
The Under-18 world is special. It is a world where students experience careers, develop skills, and live a life of edutainment. We need leaders for this world; we need to view politics as a potential career. Most importantly, we must send a message to the voters of the country to vote in the next elections. Hence, we have the Under-18 elections.
All about Under-18 elections
Three parties in the Under-18 world.
Green Party : Focused on sustainability
Future party : Focused on technology and career experiences
People party: Equal educational opportunities for all.
This election is similar to Assembly elections.
Each school branch is a constituency. One MLA per constituency is elected.
Schools with more than 2500 students are considered as 2 constituencies.
Elected Under-18 MLAs will participate in the Under-18 Assembly to draft and pass actionable bills.
Majority will be implemented by WhatIsMyGoal and larger bills will be presented to the government as recommendations.
10 students from each school from class 6, 7, 8, 9 and 11 are selected to be the election officers who conduct the elections & later take the role of IAS officers in the school constituency.
They head the FUTURE READINESS CELL of the school.
Process of Under-18 Elections
At the end of Under-18 elections we have One MLA per constituency, 10 IAS officers and one future readiness cell established in each constituency. Below are the steps to conduct the Under-18 elections:
Step 1: (Election officers selection)
School selects/nominates two active students from class 6, 7, 8, 9 and 11 to take the role of election officers.