CBCS rollback, NE student cell on NSUI agenda
Rollback of the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS), setting up of a North East student cell in all colleges and availability of infrastructure for disabled are among the promises made by
Congress youth wing NSUI in its manifesto released on Monday for the upcoming Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) polls.
Other issues finding mention in the manifesto include setting up of a students’ council, compilation of student charter by DU, student representation in Governing Bodies, incentives for students participating in sports and extra curricular activities and appointment of faculty to maintain proper student-teacher ratio. The high-voltage DUSU polls will be held this Friday and the counting of votes will take place on Saturday.
The National Students Union of India (NSUI), which has been one of the key parties in the poll fray over the decades, has fielded Pradeep <g data-gr-id="12">Vijayran</g>, a final year LLB student for the post of President, while Prerna Singh of Ram Lal Anand College has been nominated as its Vice-Presidential candidate. Amit Sehrawat from the Faculty of Law and Deepak Chaudhury from Hansraj College have been fielded for the post of Secretary and Joint Secretary respectively.
Leaders join CYSS
New Delhi: Several student leaders of different parties joined Aam Aadmi Party’s students’ wing – CYSS on Monday. Vinay <g data-gr-id="29">Udar</g>, the founder of ‘Happy Club’ an independent group of students of South Campus of Delhi University, joined CYSS along with Vaishnavi, a member of the same club. “Vinay, who is having 12 years of experience of students’ politics is impressed by the working and ideologies of the party,” said CYSS spokesperson.