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Panjab University student elections: PUSU appoints English PhD scholar Kuldeep Singh as party president

The PUSU first fought the campus election in 1978 and went on to win the post of vice-president in 1980. In 1982, it finally won the post of president, followed by presidential wins in 2010 and 2016.

How every student outfit loves social media to woo voters

From counselling sessions to guidance for fee submission and all details related to the varsity are being shared by the student parties on WhatsApp groups, says Prabhpreet, a former student of Panjab University.

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Firing on Panjab university: Patiala MP questions PUSU president’s arrest

After students' organisations of Panjab University (PU) joined hands to speak up against the arrest of Panjab University Students’ Union (PUSU) president Navaldeep Singh alias Satvinder Singh, Patiala MP Dharamvira Gandhi on Tuesday issued a statement questioning his arrest.

Panjab University student elections: Police meet leaders of students’ bodies, speak against violence

During the meeting, the police issued strict instructions to all the student parties against any election-related violence.

Panjab University student elections: PUSU plays party pooper, urges varsity to keep check on money flow

Members of PUSU have requested the PU Registrar to direct clubs on the periphery of Chandigarh not to hold illegal fresher parties for students without the approval of the PU authorities for one month.

PUSU, NSUI dismiss alliance talk, to fight independently

Leaders of the rival parties have claimed that they are going to contest the Panjab University Campus Students Council (PUCSC) elections independently.

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INSO, PUSU shine in city colleges

It was only in DAV College, Sector 10, where the NSUI led-alliance emerged victorious on all the four posts.

Before PUSU, there was PSU

In 1977, the Panjab University Students’ Union (PUSU) was formed.

Members of student organisations clash at PU, seven booked for rioting

One of the security personnel, Trilochan Singh, suffered a head injury, and was later taken to GMSH-16.

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