The alumni students of six colleges of the Delhi University will discuss the achievements or the lack of them of the Indian bureaucracy at the Titans Cup debate.
The Old students' Association of the Hindu College is organising the event which will involve the alumni of the Hindu, St Stephens, Lady Shri Ram College, Shri Ram College of Commerce, Miranda House and Indraprastha College.
The chief guest will be, Anil Goswami, Union Home Secretary and Justice Mukul Mudgal, Justice Leila Seth and economist Devki Jain will judge the debate. There will be two alumni per college. Practising advocate at the chambers of the additional solicitor general for India, Chanan Parwani, and associate executive officer at United Nations (UNESCO MGIEP), Nabila Jamshed, will represent Lady Shri Ram College.
The first woman chairperson of Coal India, Zohra Chatterji, and actor Swara Bhaskarwill represent Miranda House. The team from Hindu includes former IAS officer Pradeep Puri and Central Information Commissioner Yashovardhan Azad; while the one from St. Stephen's consists of writer-diplomat Pavan Varma and journalist and political commentator Swapan Dasgupta. IP College will be represented by activist Aruna Roy and retired member secretary, National Commission of Population, Planning Commission, Krishna Singh.