DUSU election result trends: NSUI leading on three seats, ABVP on one
Sep 13 2017 by Desiree Burns
And the post of Vice President and a Joint Secretary was secured by the members of National Students Union of India.
An initial indication about a candidate leading for a position can be ascertained only after at least 50 per cent of the votes is counted, said an observer.
BJP Backed ABVP won the DUSU elections past year, and they want to keep their dominance still.
The contenders are: the ABVP, which has been successful four years in a row; the NSUI, which won one seat last year; the AISA, which is calling for a vote against violence on campus; and the Students Federation of India.
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DSDU Elections 2017 took place on 12 September with a great number of voters participated.
Other contestants fielded by ABVP and NSUI for the post of general secretary and joint secretary are Mahamedhaa Nagar, Uma Shankar, Meenakshi Meena and Avinash Yadav respectively. For the first time, Delhi University had introduced NOTA. Along with the DUSU elections, the college union elections were also held simultaneously.
As per the DSDU Vote counting morning session, ABVP has won all the posts in Laxmi Bai College, Shri Venkateshwara College, and Vivekananda College.
Earlier, The Delhi High Court gave a go-ahead to the Delhi University to declare the results on Tuesday for the post of President in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) election.
Over the past few years, the DUSU elections have seen a turnout of around 33%.