Youth for Equality, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

YFE Pamphlet 20.10.2008

YOUTH
FOR EQUALITY


Why Youth
For Equality is the need of the hour??
20.10.08


Competitive
politics over reservation in India is rampant without rest. All the
parties trying to woo one or other caste group. Political parties are
holding caste panchayat and offering irrational booty in return of
vote. While addressing a convention
of upper castes in UP, Mayawati said, "The reservation on the
basis of
economic
and other parameters will enable the upper caste community members to
address their problems, especially those related to poverty and
unemployment." This is another way of alluring some more caste
groups and hence continues with the caste legacy. If the state nurse
education and economy properly no reservation is needed for any
section or community of India. Youth For Equality is all for over all
improvement of all the community not on the basis of caste but on the
basis of real disadvantage and poverty. Identification of the people
who left behind in the process of development must be done on
individual basis and accordingly the issue of backwardness must be
addressed.


The
need of YFE is very relevant to achieve certain most striking goals
of JNU student.




  1. YFE will meet the demand that the UGC Fellowship for
    M.Phil./Ph.D. (Rs.3,000/5,000 since April 2007) students should be
    equalized with that of the Rajeev Gandhi Fellowship (Rs.
    12,000/14,000 since July 2005).



  2. If YFE’s agitation can resulted in the increase
    of CSIR seats and increase in CSIR Fellowships (Rs.12,000 & Rs.
    14,000 respectively for JRF and SRF from Rs.8,000 & Rs.10,000),
    JNUSU’s agitation can ensure many such achievements.



  3. YFE never collected money from the campus for Bihar
    Relief Work. Rather we seek volunteer for relief work in Bihar. Even
    now YFE volunteers are working in Saharsa, Bihar. The contact nos
    for help line are Mumbai +91 - 9324334359, 9821871945, New Delhi-
    +91 – 9811382902,9868340420, Patna - +91 – 9308022326,
    9234616135. More can be found at
    http://youthforequality.com.
    Now the question is what happens to the money collected by outgoing
    JNUSU from JNU community?? Every time there is a national calamity
    the left parties indulge in collection of money and make profit out
    of national calamity. Last year’s community kitchen scandal is
    still fresh. Lots of money collected from the student, faculty and
    staff but no account is available.



  4. YFE will ensure that reservations should not be on the
    basis of caste, but should be based on the real backwardness and
    economic background.



  5. YFE will ensure in no uncertain term that in the campus
    must be the first 'e-governance' zone in India.



  6. YFE will ensure that DSW should notify the list of all
    hostels just before the commencement of academic session clearly
    stating the no of rooms available for fresh allotment for the
    newcomers and also the shortfall the university have to bear. This
    is especially important as every hostel asked the old student to
    vacate the room on 15th May every year. Why periodic list and why
    harassment?



  7. As per the JNUSU constitution article-13(ii), no. of
    council seats from different Schools/Centres should be like
    following: NO. OF STUDENT COUNCIL SEAT

    20-60 1

    61-100 2
    101-200 3

    201-300 4

    301 and above 5




As per the constitution the JNUSU must ensure the
increase of one council seat in SBT, SPS and SAA as their strength is
more than 60 from past many years. Also, one separate council seat
should be allotted for SCMM, which has been included with BIC till
now, since both centers have more than 30 students. YFE will ensure
all this.



With these ideals and many more YFE is again contesting the 2008
JNUSU election. We believe that during the last many years precious
little has been done for the University and hence JNU is not figured
in the best 400 universities of the world. YFE is committed for the
excellence of JNU with the support of student community.










Central
panel


Vikram
Singh - President


Brundaban
Mishra - Vice President


Amit
Ranjan – General Secretary


Raghiv
Akhtar - Joint Secretary





Frame1






SCHOOL
OF LANGUAGE, LITERATURE AND CULTURE


Councillors:


Pankaj
Kumar Choubey


Pranav


Pratyush


Mohitashir
Ahemad


Nandan


SCHOOL
OF SOCIAL SCIENCES


Vinod
kumar


SCHOOL
OF LIFE SCIENCES


Councillors:


Bibhor
Gupta


Gautam
Kr. Tanti


Prakhya


SCHOOL
OF BIO-TECHNOLOGY



Councilor: Sibendra


SCHOOL
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


Councilor: Arvind
Singh Mer



Manish
Mishra


Chief Campaign
Coordinator

2 Comments:

  • The detail you told about the convention and specially about the parameters will enable the upper caste community members,is also a good sort of news to read otherwise the faculties are also good which related to this,really good to see some of the useful things that you allcoate,superb sort of work you did.

    By Anonymous Dissertation, at Tue Mar 22, 10:54:00 AM GMT+5:30  

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