STUDENT–YOUTH

CPI(ML) condemns the Delhi Police and RSS Assaults on Students in Delhi

On 30 January, students from JNU, Jamia Millia Islamia, DU and AUD who were protesting against the institutional murder of Rohith Vemula were brutally assaulted by the Delhi Police. The students, who marched peacefully from the Ambedkar Bhawan to the RSS

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Punish BJP, ABVP leaders and University Authorities Responsible for Suicide of Dalit Research Scholar Rohit Vemula

Punish BJP, ABVP leaders and University Authorities Responsible for Suicide of Dalit Research Scholar Rohit Vemula The suicide of Dalit research scholar Rohit Vemula in University of Hyderabad (UoH) is nothing short of institutional murder. Rohit Vemula was one of

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Students Protest against AVAP Event on ‘Ramjanambhoomi’ in Delhi University

AISA along with other student organizations staged a massive protest on the first day of a ‘seminar’ organised by Arundhati Vashishtha Anusandhan Peeth (AVAP) on the issue of 'Ramjanmbhoomi'. Around 700 students from different organizations joined together in front of the

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Against the Sell-out in WTO

Against the Sell-out Indian Higher Education in WTO As the Modi Government geared up to sell the future of students of India by ‘offering’ Indian Higher education in WTO up as a commodity of free trade, thousands of students hit

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The #OccupyUGC Movement

The University Grants Commission (UGC) in Delhi and the streets around it have become the latest battleground against the Modi Govt. Students have been 'occupying' the UGC premises for over a month, in protest against the UGC’s move to

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AISA Organizes People’s Vigil on WTO Meet

In view of the Indian Government's participation in the 10th Ministerial Conference of WTO which was scheduled from 15th to 18th at Nairobi, Kenya and the promise made 10 years back during Doha Round of WTO on Higher Education according to

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Salute Allahabad University Students For Keeping Out Hate-Monger Adityanath

The students of Allahabad University including Richa, the first woman President of Allahabad University Union, and various progressive and Left student organisations, are to be congratulated for taking a principled stand to oppose the University’s move to allow the

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#OccupyUGC Protests Continue And Swell

The students' occupation of the UGC demanding restoration and enhancement of the Non-Net Fellowships continues even as the fire of students' enthusiasm fails to be dampened by the colder weather. On 3 November, former UGC member Prof. Yogendra Yadav along with

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Occupy UGC Movement Gains Strength and Spreads Across Cities and States

The #OccupyUGC movement begin on 21 October 2015, following the shocking decision taken by a UGC committee (constituted for enhancement of non NET fellowship) to scrap the non NET fellowship being currently provided to researchers pursuing M. Phil. and Ph.D. in

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#OccupyUGC: A Massive Student Movement to Withdraw Non-NET Fellowships Spread Countrywide Despite Continuing Repression

In a meeting held on 7 October 2015 with enhancement of non NET fellowship as one of the agendas, the University Grants Commission (UGC) shockingly decided to completely withdraw the UGC non-NET Rs 5000/8000 fellowships. As soon as the news about this anti-student

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‘OCCUPY UGC’ EXPRESS in Several States

Lucknow: The ‘Occupy UGC’ Express under way as part of the ‘Save Education, Save the Country’ campaign, made its way from Aligarh, Banaras and Allahabad and reached Lucknow on 19 November 2015. Arriving on the Express, former JNUSU President Ashutosh Kumar spoke

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Students, Academicians and Cultural Activists from across the country join AISA’s National Convention against the sell-out of Indian Higher Education in WTO!!

Thousands of students brave police brutalities during OccupyUGC march to Parliament!! Today when the govt. elected by people is gearing up to sell the future of students of this country by submitting Indian Higher education in WTO as a commodity

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