Jun 27, is now all set to effect sweeping changes in the execution of lyngdoh Committee Recommendation meant for the students’ union elections. Sep 6, Lyngdoh Committee Recommendations are perhaps the most cited phrases in DUSU politics today. To understand its importance and. The situation calls for an urgent discussion on the merits of the Lyngdoh. Committee recommendations. Report in Perspective. The issue of student politics has.
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The maximum age limit for postgraduate and research students lyngdohh contest the elections would be years and 28 years. Thank you for Subscribing to ScoopWhoop Notification. The candidate can contest for the lyngdoy of office-bearer once and twice for the post of an executive member. Only those students, who had attained minimum permissible percentage of attendance as prescribed in a college or university, or 75 per cent where it had not been prescribed, would be eligible to vote.
In the same year the Supreme Court ordered that the Lyngdoh Committee reccommendations be implemented in the Students’ Union elections to establish recommendatinos, transparency and discipline. Life sucks, we know.
Expressing anguish over the happenings in college and university campuses these days in the wake of Professor H.
You can manage them any time from your browser settings. Criticism of other candidates will be confined to their policies and programmes, past record and work. Up until that day, parties can freely distribute pamphlets urging students to join their organisation. We’d like recommendatiins show you notifications for the latest news and updates.
The elections be held on a yearly basis and between six-to-eight weeks from the date of commencement of the academic session.
This will not post anything on Facebook or anywhere else. All major parties reiterate this reasoning to escape legal action.
Before this JNU was following its own mechanism with totally no intervention from the administration in choosing the students’ union leader. They would also not have been subject to any disciplinary action by university authorities. Unfortunately, the guidelines have received brickbats recommebdations students and politicians alike, as many clauses are unrealistic and utopian.
This Is Why JNU Is Rejecting Lyngdoh Committee’s Guidelines On Student Elections Again!
The students also submitted a memorandum to the officials in this regard. No candidate shall be permitted to make use of printed posters, printed pamphlets, or any other printed material for the purpose of canvassing.
The committee, which came up with a set of guidelines in its reportsubmitted its report in May The Wednesday’s resolution to reject the Lyngdoh report will take essentially take the JNU back to its position of when it had shunned the election exercise altogether in the campus as a mark of protest.
What is JNU against? The candidate shall not have a previous criminal record.
Lyngdoh Committee: The Recommendations Which Have Remained Mere Recommendations
PTI This is likely to bring back the memories of a four year impasse between the students and administration from during which no student leader was elected in the varsity in protest against the Lyngdoh committee recommendations. The aim was to reform the election system to make it more inclusive for students and involve fewer malpractices.
Candidates doing so will be jointly and severally liable for that. You gave the news for what was posted by pinjratod. Apr 14, at No printed posters, pamphlets will be allowed and only hand-made material will be permitted at places notified by the authorities. October 25 – October The candidates will cooperate with the election officers and not distribute eatables or propaganda material.
DU Beat Sep 28, 0. Primarily, the students are against the intervention of JNU administration in the elections. Prachi Mehra Mar 11, The candidate shall also not have been subject to any disciplinary action by the University authorities. In case of deemed universities and self-financed institutions, government servants may be appointed as observers.
To escape these restrictive guidelines, parties have identified loopholes, a few such examples being: Lovish One of the major and saddest truth about societies and DU The candidates will be prohibited from canvassing within meters of polling stations, holding public meetings 24 hours before the end poll and the transport and conveyance of voters to and from polling stations.