Defacement means to spoiling the way something looks by writing or marking on its surface. This phenomenon is widely practiced in Delhi University and nearby areas during the DUSU elections every year. Although, the posters which are stuck on the wall, colour sprays used and the pamphlets distributed are meant to be a mode of advertisement, but a purpose is served in a wrong manner. Police, Delhi University (DU) and the Municipal bodies were ordered by Chief Justice, Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao, to file reports concerning the extent of defacement and the action taken against each political party who violated the anti -defacement reforms even when informed otherwise. Defacement wasn't stopped, even after wide publicity of anti - defacement guidelines, formulated by all stakeholder
As elections in Delhi University are round the corner, all the parties participating are preparing from their perspectives. The elections are for the post of secretary, joint-secretary, president and vice- president and will take place soon. As soon as you will enter the campus you will surely see students distributing pamphlets, holding hoardings in their hands and marching as “vote for…..”. cards are being put up on vehicles of students. The parties are promising many things and assuring students for a better year. Bribing the students they are giving many freebies to students. They are paying all canteen bills of students, conducting movie screenings, picnics, vouchers among students, for they will vote in their favour. I have personally not attended any such parties being thrown but
Only one of them, Amrita Bahri, has not gone on to make a career in politics. But none of the others have made it big. Aspirants politics has been the stepping stone to bigger things for many political leaders of today, examples, Arun Jaitley (Delhi University), Sitaram Yechury (Jawaharlal Nehru University) and Mamata Banerjee (Jogamaya Devi College, Kolkata). Of all the aspirant's polls in the country, the 2 that gain most national attention are those in Delhi University (DU) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). Every year, DU, with its 1.5 lakh aspirants, hosts the large democratic election at an academic campus. This year the election is set for 12 September. But what happens after someone has become DUSU president? Not everyone can be Jaitley, after all. So below mentioned a...
Giving plethora of promises backed by ABVP to persuade the voters released its manifesto for the Delhi University student Union elections 2018 (DUSU) due on September 12. The manifesto contains the pledge for the fulfillment of various measure stating change for betterment in the condition of students of Delhi University Women safety, security and gender sensitisation. Repeating the demand of making the north campus of Delhi University a compact campus of “self-defense” training camps in various colleges and university campus. Establishment of “girls activity center” for the future growth of women’s in near future Gender senstitaion and training camps in various colleges , installation of sanitary napkin vending machines in every college among other demands. Keeping national inters
Delhi University’s North Campus observed a sudden commotion on September 4 when the roads got bunged up due to the coming up of partisans and vehicles of the major parties, NSUI and ABVP, who were proposing themselves for the Delhi University Students’ Union polls. There were 24 nominations for the post of president, 23 for vice-president, 29 for general secretary and 25 for joint secretary many of which were being assumed to withdraw on September 5. Eight members for each of the four posts have filed their nominations from ABVP and NSUI. Bharat Khatana, ABVP DU unit head said that they will hold back till their committee gives the names of the candidates who will finally contest the polls. NSUI Delhi president, Akshay Lakra added that they have many strivers and NSUI desires to give them
As you know ,DU has announced the Date of election as 12 of September for year 2018-19. At this time of the year election is in the air of Delhi University , from distributing pamphlets to that vote and support noises in each corner of the college Campaigning is going on it’s peak now From different parities giving their word to do for the betterment of college and students to giving free goodies like free movie , concert’s , amusement parks etc etc just to get their vote in favour But not just the candidates but the college itself prepare by many ways Like some colleges have issued notice for paperless campaigning No use of pamphlets and banners by the candidates Many have banned use to private vehicles to avoid the choas outside college premises Use of loudspeaker