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ABVP holds two meetings after campaign deadline, SFS not allowed to stage play

This year, the student parties collectively decided not to hold rallies a day before the election.

Day on, Sukhjot returns as ABVP chief, says NSUI forced him to join their party

Sukhjot had joined NSUI in the presence of the National president Roji John.


PU refuses to accept documents dated after July 13 for verification

Students protested on PU campus, demanding the documents dated July 14 should also be accepted by JAC.

ABVP members protest outside Gandhi Bhawan

A 100 marks paper of English comprehension and precis will replace English and Indian language papers.

ABVP launches membership drive,targets 10,000

Members of the Akhil Bhartiya Vidya Parishad (ABVP) launched their membership campaign on Wednesday in Panjab University,setting a target of adding 10,000 members to the organisation from the city by the end of the current session. “We will hold awareness camps in all city colleges and motivate students to join the organisation working for the […]

ABVP honours its winners of PU polls

Akhil Bhartiya Vidya Parishad (ABVP) honoured some of its members on Monday,who emerged victorious in the recently concluded Student Council elections in Panjab University and other affiliated colleges of Chandigarh.


New trend this year: Girls contesting major posts

As the student organisations in Panjab University (PU) gear up for the Student Council elections on September 4,some of the parties have decided to bank on the girl power this year,by selecting girl candidates to contest for the main positions in the council,including the president and general secretary posts. Student Federation of India (SFI) has […]

INSO,ABVP announce panels for PU elections

A day before the final date of filing nominations,student organisations including the Indian National Student Organisation (INSO) and Akhil Bhartiya Vidya Parishad (ABVP) announced their presidential candidates for the student council elections scheduled for September 4