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New faces likely in SFI panel

New faces are likely to come up  in the SFI state committee which will be constituted at the end of the ongoing SFI state conference. The four-day meet will conclude on Sunday.

Published: 29th July 2012 12:14 PM  |   Last Updated: 29th July 2012 12:14 PM   |  A+A-

New faces are likely to come up  in the SFI state committee which will be constituted at the end of the ongoing SFI state conference. The four-day meet will conclude on Sunday.

There was chance for either or both the president and secretary of the union K V Sumesh and P Biju, respectively, stepping down and making way for new incumbents.

The new state committee and office-bearers will be elected in the presence of CPM central committee member E P Jayarajan on Sunday who is in charge of the SFI here.

The second-day of the delegates’ session which held a talk on the working report ended without any heated discussions.

The communalisation of campus politics in the light of the killing of a student in the Christian College, Chengannur, the commercialisation of the professionalcolleges and the comments of the High Court on the declining quality of education in professional colleges were discussed in  detail at the meet.

Discussions were also held on restricting the age limit for SFI membership to 30 years.  The controversial appointments of assistants in the Kerala University during the LDF rule was also criticised.   The resolution passed at the delegates’ session on Saturday charged the UDF Government of following policies which was debilitating the public education system.

In another resolution, it was pointed out that violence in the name of morality in the campuses was tantamount to transgressing on the rights of individuals.



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