Encouraged by the success achieved by a Pune organisation, the Bapu-Sudha Kaldate Pratishthan in Aurangabad is also introducing a course on the Indian Constitution. The course aims at de-mystifying the Constitution and bringing forth the inherent genius in the grand work. Together, they are the only two organisations in the state that are taking awareness of the Constitution to the common man.Bapu-Sudha Kaldate Pratishthan has admitted 60 students for the course in the first batch.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On 26 November last year, when SM Joshi Socialist Foundation in Pune had started this course, they got an overwhelming response with 120 applying to join the course. However, only 80 were admitted in the first batch. There are no criteria of eligibility for the course as anyone who are interested can take it up. This is a 96-hour course involving 12 Sundays and as per the schedule students have to seat in the class for 8 hours every Sunday.”Such a course is need of the hour. Our aim is to make responsible citizens and they should know the Constitution of their own country. After starting it in Pune, we are introducing it in Aurangabad this year. Soon, we shall start this course in Mumbai too in association with Keshav Gore Smarak Trust. We are getting good response for this course. There is no affiliation with any university for this course and we are not taking any exam on it. Our focus is on students attending the course properly. We will issue a certificate after the completion of the course,” said Subhash Ware, chief functionary of the course in Pune.”Our first batch is full with 60 students. We have invited experts from the different place of the country to conduct this course. I think every citizen of this country should be aware of the Constitution,” said Vijay Shinde, course co-ordinator, Aurangabad.