Aryabhatta College To Hold Referendum To Decide Whether To Remain A Part Of DUSU Or Not

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Before the much talked about Delhi University Student Union’s election,Aryabhatta College has decided to hold a referendum on Friday to decide on whether to affiliate with the union or not.

The notice issued by the college authorities mentions that the referendum has been scheduled this Friday between 12 noon and 3 pm.

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“There are around 2,200 students in our college. At least 50 per cent should vote for a valid referendum. Out of the total votes polled, 75 per cent should vote on one side for a decision to be final,” Principal Manoj Sinha said,citing university rules.

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After the announcement of referendum,students belonging to various political groups started Pro-DUSU campaigns to persuade students to vote for affiliation to DUSU.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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