Students’ Union polls conclude peacefully in pvt colleges

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 28 Nov 2017 12:04:31


 

Staff Reporter,

Second phase of Students’ Union elections in private colleges held on Monday in which students contested for hardly five percent seats. Council members for remaining 95 per cent seats have been selected unopposed and on merit based.


Institute of Professional Education and Research (IPER) College and Career College witnessed clash between two groups of students. Young leaders of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and National Students Union of India (NSUI) clashed in campus during voting process. NSUI Satyam Rajput alleged that ABVP members are pressurising their voters for casting vote to ABVP candidates. He further said, when voter student opposed the pressure ABVP member slapped him. The matter was also reported to the nearest police station. Career College also witnessed clash among students. However matter was solved after few students initiatively probed.


Riya Jain (BCA Vth sem), Siddharth Batham (B.Com), Saloni Shukla (B.Com) and Harshita Agrawal (B.Com) has been elected as president, vice president, secretary and joint secretary respectively at Bonnie Foi College. The election in this college has been conducted in peaceful conditions under expert guidance of officials. Varisha Zaffar (LLB Third year), Aditi Dixit (BALLB second year), Shivangi Modi (BALLB second year) have been elected as president, vice president, secretary of Career College of Law respectively. Akash Vyas (B.Com), Sweta Kumari (B.Com) and Kritika Mishra has been elected as president, vice president and joint secretary at Career College Bhopal respectively. Post of secretary remained vacant in this college.


ABVP claimed to have their candidates as winner in 90 per cent private colleges across state. In Bhopal, ABVP claimed to have their contestant as winner in Career College, RGPM, College, Vikramaditya College, Extol College, IPER College and Unique College.


According to ABPV, Amra Azizj, Manzur Ahmed, Shivangi Chaurasiya and Shoeb Khan elected as President, vice president, secretary and joint secretary respectively for Extol College. Amit Dubey, Parichaya Chaurasiya, Kajal Makhiya and Rohit Maran won the student council posts of Unique College. Shraddha Hardaha, Mamta Pandit, Mayank Nayak and Arpita Tiwari have been elected as student council members of Vikramaditya College. Nikhil Singh Sesodiya, Arti Sen, Ankita Singh and Lakshmi Paretha have been elected as student council members of RGPM College. Rajni Srivastav, Payal Raghuvanshi, Ravi Tiwari and Jyoti Ahirwar have been elected as student council members of RGPM Law.


Major attraction of this election SAPAKS youth wing also fought for the student council post and also marked their victory in few colleges including Extol College Babadiya Kala Bhopal and Sakshi College, Sidhi. In the second phase of election in private colleges while ABVP claimed to win 90 per cent seats, NSUI claimed to win 95 per cent seats.


NSUI claimed to have its winning candidate in many colleges including Kopal College, Takshila College, Shiv College, Jawahar Commerce College, IPER College, Shashib College, Scope College etc. According to NSUI, Akash Patidar and Savita Vishwakarma elected as president and vice president of Kopal College, Nancy Yaduvanshi and Jyoti has been elected as president and vice president of Takshila College, Vidushi Sharma and Himashi Rao has been elected as president and vice president of Shiv College, Dharmendra Sherawat and Darshil Khan elected as president and vice president of Jawahar Commerce College, Sonam Lahrpure and Geetanjali Mishra elected as president and vice president of Jawahar B.Ed College. Bobby Singh Rajput and Anushka has been elected as president and vice president of IPER College, Vidushi Sharma and Himashi has been elected as president and vice president of Shashib College, Ujma Khan as president of Victoria College and Swati Shukla president Scope College.