Student-Youth Affairs

SFI’s Victory in HCUSU Elections: A Defeat for Communal and Divisive Politics

THE Hyderabad Central University once again emerged victorious in defeating communal, divisive, money, and muscle power in student politics. The victory of the Students’ Federation of India (SFI)-led panel in the student union elections of the University of Hyderabad just before the Telangana state assembly elections and the General Elections in 2024 reflects the sentiments of students and their resolute objection to hatred and divisive politics.

Hyderabad to Host 17th all India Conference of SFI

Enable GingerCannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connectionor reload the browserDisable in this text fieldRephraseRephrase current sentenceEdit in Ginger×HAVING been chosen as the venue of the 17th all-India conference of the Students’ Federation of India, Hyderabad becomes the first city to host the highest conference of SFI two times in history. The land of the heroic Telangana uprising was the venue of the 12th all-India conference, held in 2005. The 17th conference will take place from December 13 to 16 at Osmania University.

March for Education: Save India, Save the Constitution, and Save Education-II

THE war between Ukraine and Russia showed the state of education in the country. About 25 thousand Indian students went to study medical science in Ukraine, because there are not enough opportunities to study medicine in the country. Meanwhile, the ratio of doctors to the population is very low in India. There are not enough medical colleges even. Those who went to study in Ukraine, Russia, or Eastern Europe are not those who belong to rich families, but mostly from middle-class families.

March for Education: March to save India, save its Constitution and Education - 1

THE little soul only wanted water. And for that crime, a 9-year-old child of Rajasthan, Indra Kumar Meghwal, was the victim of the anger of the upper castes. In a school  run by the RSS, the Saraswati Vidyamandir. Dalit children getting murdered in RSS-run schools, that is the objective reality of education and social and economic justice in India, at the eve of 75 years of independence.

Brutal Police Violence on Protesting Students of JNU!

THE brutal atrocities unleashed by Delhi police on JNU students who were peacefully marching towards Parliament Street on March 23, is a common knowledge now. This is despite the peaceful nature of the march. Despite the presence of more than 2000 students, JNU students taking cue from Kisan long march in Maharashtra, was careful to not disturb commuters and traffic. Throughout the march, students walked along the side of the road, allowing for the free flow of traffic.

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