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Student groups begin to woo students in DU

With elections for the Delhi University Student Union (DUSU) just one month away, student’s political wings such as National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) and Akhil Bharatiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP) have started gearing up for the elections by wooing the freshers. Sources said, ‘There can’t be a better way to woo them than throwing fresher’s parties.’ ABVP’s former president Vikash

Chaudhary arranged one such party in North Campus on Monday.  Sources said, the next party will be held in the South Campus on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, ABVP’s membership drive is underway. The drive which began on 25 July will go on till 5 August.

The drive is being carried out in DU, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Jamia Millia and Indraprasth University and other educational institutions. Rohit Chahal, ABVP state president said, ‘Our goal is to reach out to as many students as possible and motivate them to join the nationalistic student movement in the better interests of the nation. This year, we are aiming to reach a membership of 50,000 in Delhi’

On other hand, NSUI organised a ‘Vidyarthi Panchayat’ at North Campus. Minister of state for human resource Shashi Tharoor was the chief guest at the event. He was joined by vice chancellor of Dinesh Singh.

Addressing a gathering of students, Tharoor said, ‘The Vidyarthi Panchayat is a very good initiative to reduce the gap between the management and student fraternity. The youths plays a substantial role in the this country.’ ‘Not just the future but the present is defined by the youth,’ he added.

NSUI president Rohit Chaudhary said, ‘It is the duty of NSUI to fulfill the gap between the administration and students.’ Chaudhary promised to organise ‘Vidyarthi Panchayat’ every month.
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