Student Poll: SFI sweeps University, NSUI, ABVP perform badly

The SFI retained control over the Students Central Association (SCA) of the Himachal Pradesh University, winning the top four posts. Its candidate Rahul Chauhan was elected president at the HPU, he gets 1,319 votes and Priyanka Chauhan, who polled 1,265 votes, for the post of vice-president. For post of secretary Vikram Kainth gets 1,318 votes and joint secretary candidate Amit Kumar got 1,340 votes.

ABVP comes second and NSUI continues its poor show and comes third in the election. There was a good turnout at the HPU and other colleges. The polling percentage at the HPU was 67.45 per cent, with 2,052 of the 3,042 voters cast their vote.

In most of the colleges of Shimla including local Government College in Sanjauli, the Rajkiya Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Rajiv Gandhi Government College, and the Government Evening College, SFI swept poll.

After poor show in HPU and other colleges of Shimla, The NSUI did well in at Sunni and Seema colleges where it won all four posts and it secure three in the Jangla college. The ABVP won all four seats in the Nerwa College and the Sanskrit College at Phagli and three in the Theog College.

SFI won three posts in DAV College at Kotkhai and Rampur Government College, whereas there was a tie for the post of president between the SFI and the NSUI in the DAV College at Kotkhai.

The ABVP won all four seats at the Nalagarh Degree College. It bagged three of the four seats in Solan College, whereas the important post of president was being bagged by the NSUI. Congress student wing swept Government Degree College in Arki and in the Solan Sanskrit College; the NSUI won three seats, with the ABVP winning the post of vice-president.

The ABVP made a clean sweep in the Government Degree College, Paonta Sahib. In Nahan, the ABVP won two posts and the NSUI and the SFI one each. In the Nahan Sanskrit College, the NSUI made a clean sweep.

In the Rajgarh College, the NSUI won one seat while ABVP won three other. In the newly opened Haripur Degree College, the SFI won three seats and the NSUI one. In the Sangrah college, the NSUI and the ABVP bagged two seats each. In the Shillai College, the SFI made a clean sweep.

The NSUI and ABVP won two each seats in the Dharamsala government college and in the regional centre of the Himachal Pradesh University, the NSUI won the post of president while the other three posts were won by the ABVP. In the Shahpur Government College, the NSUI won all four seats. In Nagrota Bagwan, there was a shocker as Azad Student Front won three seats and NSUI got one. In the Jaisinghpur Government College, two seats were won by the ABVP and two by the NSUI. In the Baijnath Government College, three posts were won by the ABVP and one by the NSUI.

In MCMDAV College Kangra the NSUI won three seats and the post of joint secretary was won by the SFI. In the Jwalamukhi Degree College, all four posts were won by the ABVP. In Pandit A Ram Mahavidyalaya at Badorh, all four posts were won by the Azad Chhatra Sangh. In Government Degree College at Dhaliara, all four posts were won by the ABVP. In Swami Vivekananda Degree College at Chintpurni, two posts each were bagged by the ABVP and the HVF.

The NSUI put good show at Arya Government College Nurpur as it won all four seats, whereas the SFI won in Wazir Ram Singh Pathania Government College at Dehri. The ABVP won all four posts in Hamirpur, Badsar, Sujanpur and Bhoranj colleges. In the Chakmoh College, the SFI and the NSUI won two seats each.

In the Government Postgraduate College Bilaspur, three seats, including that of president, were won by the Bilaspur Students Association. The post of general secretary went to the NSUI. In Mahraja Laxman Sen Memorial College Sundernagar, the ABVP won all four seats. In the Government Sanskrit College, the NSUI swept the poll.

ABVP swept the poll in the Vallabh College Mandi, Basa, Dharampur, Lambhathach and Rewalsar. The NSUI and the SFI bagged nine posts each. These two organisations won in Karsog, Sarkaghat, Jogindernagar and Paddar.

The ABVP swept the poll in Kullu, Ani and Haripur colleges. In Banjar, the NSUI and the ABVP won two posts each. The SFI and the ABVP won two seats each in the Degree College at Kukum Seri in Lahaul-Spiti.

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