Police Violence on Plus-two Students

Protesting against the notification to discontinue plus-two (intermediate) classes being held in colleges from April 1 issued by the Bihar Education Department, hundreds of students marched to the office ruling JD(U) on March 1. The march was met with heavy police repression, and several students were injured, including AISA activist Hemant Raj in the police lathi-charge. CPIML MLA Rambali Singh condemned the police action and said that the BJP-Nitish government is hell-bent on destroying the lives of students and the education system in Bihar.

United Left Panel for JNUSU Elections Resolves to Fight for Democratic and Inclusive JNU

JNUSU elections being organised after a span of four years will be held on March 22 with thousands of students participating in this democratic exercise. In spite of all attempts by ABVP to derail and manipulate the election process the JNU students clinched their democratic right after a long struggle.

Dhananjay from AISA is leading the left panel as presidential candidate with Avijit from SFI as the Vice President candidate, Swati from DSF for the post of General Secretary and Sajid from AISF for the post of Joint Secretary.

Revolutionary Youth Association (RYA) UP State Conference

The eighth UP state conference of RYA held on 10 March 2024 at Nehru Yuva Kendra in Lucknow elected Thakur Prasad as President and Sunil Maurya as Secretary. The conference underlined the need for a united struggle of youth in the state against Yogi government’s Bulldozer-raj and high unemployment, attacks on reservations, crimes against women and question paper leaks in competitive examinations.

JNU will Resist ABVP's Attempt to Steal Students’ Union Elections: AISA

Condemning the attempts to manipulate and steal JNU students' union elections, by the RSS backed ABVP, the AISA JNU unit in a statement on March 13 said that JNU community will give a befitting reply to anti-student organisation.

JNUSU elections are going to take place after a gap of more than four years, with the last union elected in 2019. This was a result of a long struggle by AISA and students’ organisations, forcing the JNU administration to issue notifications for the elections.

Young India Referendum Gives Decisive Verdict Against Modi Regime’s Anti-Student Policies

On February 12, the results of the nation-wide ‘Young India Referendum 2024’ were released at the Press Club of India, Raisina Road. The 'Young India Referendum,' conducted by AISA was aimed to capture the opinions of students and youth to highlight their concerns on education and employment, was conducted in over 60 universities across the country, between February 7th and 9th, 2024. The students and youth have given their mandate!