The results of another ‘opinion poll’ — declaring the ABVP will win the elections with 52 per cent votes — has gone viral.
NSUI bagged the post of president at RU for the second consecutive year.
The alleged incident comes barely two weeks before the Delhi University Students’ Union elections.
The most prestigious election is at Rajasthan University, where the contest is between Congress’s NSUI and BJP-backed ABVP. Both unions have drawn up manifestos outlining their plans for students.
Prof Zala is presently head of the chemistry department at MG Science Institute in Ahmedabad.
The SD College union has announced Jaideep Singh for the post of president, Joy Joshi for the post of vice-president, Lakhwinder Singh as for the post of general secretary and Vinayak Sharma for the post of joint secretary.
The organisation plans to encourage the youth and students of schools and colleges of the region to join the campaign against drugs.
ABVP national executive council member Rohit Chahal warned that future screenings of the film will meet the same fate.
ABVP-led DUSU says film on Muzaffarnagar riots ‘anti-Hindu’; Kirori Mal College calls police.
The student body seems to be following the BJP, which had begun a system of membership renewal through SMSes in November 2014.
The members of ABVP claimed that many permanent professors and teachers of the university take classes for other departments as guest faculty members, and charge extra fees for the same.
DU student union elections usually witness a straight contest between the ABVP and the NSUI.
Probably the Congress’s increasing nervousness about a Raj Bhawan that has a finger on Assam’s pulse as crucial Assembly elections approach.
While there were around 22.37 lakh members in 2013-14, during the membership drive of 2014-15 academic session, the figure has reached the 32-lakh mark.
‘The CM assured us of immediate action on three demands — of buses, infrastructure and compact campus.’