The Central Committee of SFI demands the immediate arrest of the accused in the murder and alleged rape of a dalit student of Jain B.Ed. College Nokha (Barmer) of Rajasthan. Dead body of the 17year student was found in water tank of the school hostel three days ago. She was persuading her BSTC (after 10+2, to become a school teacher) from Jain Adarsh Teacher Training Institute for girls in Nokha. She was an excellent painter who had been awarded by the Rajasthan government, as well.
Family of the girl student, students of the college and general public of the area is on agitation for last thre…

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The incidents in JNU over the last few days have attracted lot of debate and attention. SFI has strongly condemned the secessionist slogans raised by a section of students. 
 
But, over the last few days we have seen how this incident has been used by RSS-ABVP and the corporate-controlled media to attack the democratic ethos of JNU and paint all left students’ organizations as ‘anti-national’. Social media campaign #ShutdownJNU is being run, targeting the entire university as ‘anti-national.’ There are concerted efforts to tarnish the entire left and dem…

Read more: All India Protest Day in Support of JNU15th February

 
The incidents in JNU over the last few days have attracted lot of debate and attention. The Central Executive Committee of Students’ Federation of India strongly condemns the secessionist slogans raised by a section of students. Such irresponsible slogans can’t be accepted at any cost. We are against all kind of separatist tendencies. 
 
SFI has had a glorious history of struggle against the secessionist forces across the country. Hundreds of SFI activists have given the supreme sacrifice of their lives while fighting against the secessionist forces in Assam and Pu…

Read more: On JNU incident: Unite against the attack on Democratic spaces

The Central Executive Committee of SFI strongly condemns the HRD ministry’s decision to accept the UGC proposal allowing private deemed universities to open up to six off campuses. Public deemed universities are allowed to have more than six off campuses. It is important to positively discriminate the public deemed universities many of which are known for excellent, specialized education. Private deemed universities on the other hand have become centres of rabid commercialization. Majority of these institutes only prepare syllabus and have no mechanism to maintain and monitor the academi…

Read more: Against allowing private deemed universities to open up off campuses