Panel Discussion by IRSC


" Your destination is reward for safe driving. "

Indian Road Safety Campaign is proud to announce a collaboration with Megalith, IIT Kharagpur for an event at Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. Indian road safety Campaign will conduct Panel Discussion on Road along with a First Responder Training workshop. The event will be conducted on March 9th, 2019 at Megalith 2019.


The event will be a Panel Discussion on “How Youth and Technology can contribute to Road Safety”, where panelists will be experts from medical, technical, law, journalism backgrounds etc which will be followed by a workshop on FRT (First Responder Training).
To download the Timeline of the event:


Peeyush Pandey, IPS

ADG, Traffic-II, WB

Amar Srivastava

Founder and President, IRSC

Prof.Bhargab Maitra

Head, RCGSIDM, IIT Kharagpur

Steve Dyos

TVS Auto Assist


  • Awareness and expert advises regarding road safety.
  • Certificate of participation from IRSC & Megalith IIT Kharagpur

How to Register

  • Sign up as participant for Megalith 2019. (*skip this step if register already)
  • Sign in using your registered credentials to access the "My Profile" portal.
  • In the "My Profile" portal, go to "Workshops & IRSC Details" section. Click on the "Register Now" button to register for the IRSC.
  • IRSC event fee is included in the events/workshop fee.


Indian Road Safety Campaign, is the road safety initiative of Solve, a trust started by the students and alumni of IIT Delhi to solve the problems plaguing the society on the ground level. IRSC (Solve) is the largest youth led organisation working towards the mission of making Indian Roads Safer, focusing on reducing the number of deaths caused by road accidents across India by half till 2020.

IRSC currently works with the collaborative and supportive effort of MoRTH (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways), Delhi Traffic Police, College Chapters under IRSC, Intern Teams and various schools. The active involvement of governmental bodies and international bodies like United Nations clearly indicate that IRSC is successfully recognised by the government for its work towards road safety and have also received optimum support towards proper management for all its work. There are various methodologies inclusive of awareness sessions, policy and technical internships, workshops, competitions and marathons through which we have been able to sensitize and impact 25,00,000+ people directly, igniting in them a sense of need and responsibility to start working on the much ignored issue of road safety.

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