The Central Executive Committee of SFI Congratulates Com. Nandita Narein, a Democratic Teachers Front(DTF) candidate who has been re-elected to the post of President of Delhi University teacher's union (DUTA). We express our greetings to all other members won to the executive council from the panel of DTF putting a progressive and democratic agenda forward. Above all we salute the teaching community of Delhi University for giving a thumping victory consecutively for the third time to those who showed the commitment to fight the neo-liberal agendas and all regressive reforms.
 
DTF has bee…

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The Sangh Parivar's agenda of implementing it's Hindutva agenda in education has been once again exposed. Recently the Gujarat government has withdrawn  a book  on Dr. BR Ambedkar stating it is against the Hindus. The book was introduced as reference reading material to students of class VI-VIII in government schools across the state. Like many other cases this too cannot be seen as an isolated incident. The ideas of equality, justice and annihilation of caste for which Ambedkar fought are the opposites of the ideology of Sangh Parivar. Braving the attacks of brahminical forces in va…

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It's been many weeks since the students of FTTI and Pondicherry University chose the war path for the cause of justice. Despite the continues demands from all quarters of the society and even seeing the increasing mass support for the movements the authorities has not been seemed considering the genuine concerns of the protesting students of both the institutions yet. In the cases of both the premier academic institutions in the country, Instead of meeting the demands the authorities are trying to curtail the democratic voices and imposing anti-student agendas with  the support of BJP led…

Read more: Solidarity Programmes on FTII and PU struggles

11-08-2015

It's been many weeks since the students of FTTI and Pondicherry University chose the war path for the cause of justice. Despite the continues demands from all quarters of the society and even seeing the increasing mass support for the movements the authorities has not been seemed considering the genuine concerns of the protesting students of both the institutions yet. In the cases of both the premier academic institutions in the country, Instead of meeting the demands the authorities are trying to curtail the democratic voices and imposing anti-student agendas with the support of B…

Read more: Solidarity Programmes on FTII and PU struggles