SFI-TSU Sweeps In Tripura College Council Elections

 

The SFI-TSU combine registered a splendid victory defeating the RSS-affiliated ABVP in all the 22 general degree colleges in Tripura, where students council elections were held on September 12. Out of a total 393 office-bearers and 385 class representative seats, the SFI-TSU won 385 and 366 seats respectively. In all, the SFI-TSU (Students Federation of India and Tribal Students Union) combine won 751 (96.53 per cent) seats. The remaining eight office-bearer and 19 class representative seats were won by the ABVP.

Jubilant SFI-TSU activists took out victory processions.

Out of total 778…

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Jammu and Kashmir Students Federation Set to March Ahead
Bashrat Shameem (Report from Jammu and Kashmir)
 
As the spring sets in Kashmir valley after a long and harsh winter, we have strived earnestly to sow the seeds of student struggle under the ideals of democracy and secularism to counter all the regressive and debilitating forces and ideologies which have the potential of eroding our social and intellectual progress. In this connection, a significant beginning was made on 13-03-2017 when SFI General Secretary Comrade Vikram held an interactive meet with a small group of progressive thinking students in the Campus, the first of its kind in…

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Protest Against Sexual Harassment in Police Custody; West Bengal Witness United Struggle of Students, Youth and Women's Organisations
Demanding action on the sexual harassment in police custody, the SFI on Saturday moved the West Bengal Women's Commission and human rights panel and took out a protest rally in the heart of the metropolis.
 
Students Federation of India (SFI) state President Madhuja Sen Roy said she and other activists, who participated in a 'March to Raj Bhavan' programme protesting against corruption in the recruitment of teachers in primary schools on March 9, were sent to jail (called correctional home in Bengal) custody for four days by invoking a new stringent law passed against destruction of publi…

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