Student-Youth

Students in UP Allege Cheating in Recruitment of Teachers

Students across many Districts in Uttar Pradesh protested to demand the cancellation of the entrance examination held for recruitment of primary teachers. After the announcement of the results most students feel that the paper had been leaked on a large scale.

Students protested with posters on 14 may and said while courts are closed due to the Lockdown, the government is pretending to quickly fulfill the recruitment of 69000 teachers.

Young India Asserts Peace over Hate Defying Detention, Assaults and Repression by Delhi Police!

Shameless Delhi Police Denies Permission for Young India's Peace March!
Condemns Illegal Detentions and Attack on Protesters!

YOUNG INDIA Against CAA-NRC-NPR movement which started with over 100 student-youth organisations along with various student unions coming together to launch a united battle to save constitution and citizenship has moved into the next step. Young India which was campaigning from past one month for Delhi Challo programme resisted and showed its strength and unity in Delhi.

Young India Marches for Constitution Ahead of Supreme Court Hearing on CAA-NPR-NRC

ON 20 January, young people under the banner of ‘Young India against CAA-NRC-NPR’ (comprising over 100 youth organisations, student unions, student groups and civil society organisations in the country) marched at 50 centres all over India to publicly declare their intention to defend the Constitution, and urge the Supreme Court also to do so.

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Countrywide Protests Against the Attack on JNU

CPIML called for countrywide protests against attack and vandalism in JNU by masked ABVP goons in active collusion with Delhi Police, JNU administration and JNU Security. The JNU administration, as well as Delhi Police which is directly answerable to Home Minister Amit Shah, allowed the mob to run amok in JNU without any intervention. The Modi-Shah dispensation at the centre have continuously targeting JNU and other Universities since it has come to power.

AISA Panel Wins in Samastipur College Union Elections

THE All India Students Association (AISA) won a sweeping victory in the student union elections held at Uma Pandey College, Pusa Bihar. The victorious AISA candidates are Kundan Kumar (President), Manish Kumar (Vice President), Sudhanshu Kumar (General Secretary), Vikas Kumar Singh (Joint Secretary), Deepak Kumar (Treasurer), and Richa Kumari and Pankaj Kumar (College Representatives).

JNU Students Resist Massive Fee Hike and Regressive Hostel Manual

JNU students have been protesting in thousands since the first of November 2019, against new hostel manual with a 70% hike in hostel fees, and patriarchal dress codes and curfews. The JNU VC, instead of withdrawing the manual and speaking to protesting students, called in the CRPF on the campus. When the JNU Convocation was held off the campus, at the AICTE Convention Hall, with the HRD Minister as the guest of honour, JNU students marched in thousands to demand that the HRD Minister speak to them.

9th National Conference of AISA Held in Hyderabad

The Conference Resolved to Intensify Students Movement against All Attempts to Sell Out Education and Communal Assaults on Constitutional Rights of Indian People!

THE 9th national conference of All India Students' Association (AISA) has been held successfully in Hyderabad on 9th& 10th November, 2019. The conference was significant on several accounts. Firstly, this is the first time that AISA had its national conference in Hyderabad reflecting the organisation's expansion in the city of Telengana.

Indefinite Hunger Strike by AISA at Daltonganj

ALL India Students Association (AISA) began an indefinite hunger strike from 29 October 2019 in front of the Daltonganj Collectorate in Palamu District to demand extension of the post-Matric scholarship application date. It should be remembered that earlier also AISA had met officials of the Welfare Department on this issue. A march had been organized from the University to the Collectorate on 3 October. At that time the date for applications had been extended by a few days.