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No major achievement in past one year: AISA

THE ALL India Students Association (AISA) activists organised a students court at Allahabad University student union (AUU) hall to review the achievements and highlight students problems on completion of one year of attaining central status by the varsity. The students demanded to revoke the decision on reduction in seats, scholarships based on ?merit-cum-means? and to adopt democratic system in financial matters to check corruption.

india Updated: Jul 15, 2006 00:14 IST

THE ALL India Students Association (AISA) activists organised a students court at Allahabad University student union (AUU) hall to review the achievements and highlight students problems on completion of one year of attaining central status by the varsity. The students demanded to revoke the decision on reduction in seats, scholarships based on ‘merit-cum-means’ and to adopt democratic system in financial matters to check corruption.

Addressing the students on the occasion, AISA State president Ramayan Ram, said that the varsity had no significant achievement to boast of with its central status. Its status had declined in the past one year, he said.

The decisions taken in the students court included demand for cancelling the order of reduction in seats, scholarships based on merit-cum-means basis, 27 percent reservation for the OBCs, checking entry of criminals in student politics, availability of updated information on varsity’s website, recruitment of teachers against vacant posts, procurement of new books in the library and construction of extra rooms to accommodate students in the library,

The students demanded arrangements for clean drinking water and toilets across the campus, canteens in all faculties, implementation of central fee structure in the varsity, common hall for girl students within the campus, women’s cell to check incidents of misbehaviour with girls, assured availability of medicines and doctors in the dispensary, modernisation of laboratories and introduction of new courses in the varsity etc.

Black day: Samajwadi Chatra Sabha (SCS) activists observed black-day on the occasion of the first anniversary of Allahabad Central University (AU). The students recounted the anti-student decisions and policies applied by the AU administration during the past one year.