Ajmer NSUI has declared the candidate for the post of President in MDS University after a long brainstorming on Friday. Soon NSUI will also announce the candidates of Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan Government College.
On Friday, the National Students’ Union of India has declared the candidate of MDS University for the post of President in Ajmer Club. The student union elections are to be held on August 26. Its notification has been issued. The announcement of student union candidates by student organizations is going on. Ajmer NSUI District President Abdul Farhan said that there was a long churning going on for a long time on the Ajmer in-charge of NSUI and the state leadership to make a candidate for the post of President in MDS University. Meanwhile, the decision of some candidates was yet to come from the court. But on Friday, Bastiram Dewasi has been nominated for the post of President in MDS University. The same Pradeep Singh Rathod has also been given a place in the university panel. His position will be announced soon.
List of GCA will also be released soon
NSUI District President Abdul Farhan informed that even in Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan Government College, candidates will be announced by NSUI in today or tomorrow. There is a churning going on at the state level regarding this.
Will raise various demands for students
Bhagwan Singh Chauhan, former student union president of MDS University, said that ABVP has won from the last two times. But he has done nothing for the students and the university. If Bastiram wins the post of president in the university, then many issues regarding the future of the students will be raised in the university. Along with this, teachers have not been recruited in the university for a long time, which will also be completed soon.
Many workers angry in ABVP
The candidates have been announced in GCA College by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad on Friday morning. Since this announcement, candidates seeking tickets from ABVP in GCA have not got tickets, due to which they are expressing their displeasure with the organization.