Dr B R Ambedkar Students’ Association at University of Hyderabad released the following poster on the occasion of Dr B R Ambedkar’s Birth Anniversary and gave a call to join it for cake cutting ceremony on the Campus. Please see the below poster for full details.
Different student organisations at the English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad have been agitating intensely in the recent past. The present poster depicts one of its kind in this respect. EFLU agitation/s is bringing new frontiers of analysis in the realm of student politics, which has been relatively calm over the years, since its inception as CIEFL, its former avatar.
The book Telangana-Andhra: Castes, Regions and Politic in Andhra Pradesh by Dr. Inukonda Thirumali, Senior Fellow, ICSSR is an attempt to present the historical reasons for regional stand-off between Andhra and Telangana. The book gives reasons for the signing of Gentlemen’s Agreement that consequently, in his opinion, widened the gulf between the regions. It also establishes the unjust nature of democracy by the faction ridden Congress of Andhra that has maintained regional differences further. The book also discusses the functioning of democracy and dwells on social marginalization and political exclusion of Telangana lower classes. This mass involvement in the movement would continue the struggle on long-term basis. However the leadership is in the hands of Telangana regional elite making the lower classes to suspect them. The movement continues, the author predicts, provided this internal conflict is amicably resolved. The author makes a comprehensive statement on the silence the Muslims observe on linguistic state as well as on the possible Telangana state. The book also gives reasons for rise of smaller states and why the Centre maintains apathy.
|April 13, 2013 4:30 PM Saturday at Lamakaan, Road No.1 Banjara Hills, near Vengala Rao park.
Speakers: Justice M.N. Rao, Prof. K. Muralimanohar, Prof. Bhukya Bhagya, Jahir Ali Khan, Tankasala Ashok, Dr. Gautam Pingle and others.
Available with Spurthybooks, phone: 9849908929
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Some few days back I’ve come across a strange poster only at University of Hyderabad – Shopping Complex – State Bank of India ATM center. The poster proclaimed that the quality mess of the Research Scholars Hostel (NRS) has been paralyzed over the years, but the present condition of it improved a lot. The credentials of the persons/organisation, who/which released this poster is uncertain, but, it is easily guessed towards a particular dalit student organisation, which has been carving to hold its sway at NRS administration over the past few years, ‘by all possible democratic means’, to the best of its ability, by repeatedly trying to capture the annual committee positions of the Hostel, even by threatening others not to contest against them!! But, the most sarcastic thing in this whole episode is, why this poster was released only at ATM Center, but not at the particular NRS hostel and at other junctions of the Campus – is this due to lack of confidence at their proclaimed improvement of quality in mess?? Anyhow, personally, I disregard this kind of tactics of the persons/organisation involved in this activity. The quality of the NRS Mess has to get improved a lot more – as an inmate of the same hostel, I put forward this observation publicly. q
This particular poster, which was released at Shopping Complex ATM Center is as follows;
Bahujan Students’ Front (BSF), University of Hyderabad released the following poster on the occasion of Jyotirao Phule Birth Day and gave call to join for a Bi-Cycle Rally. Please see the below poster for further details.
University of Hyderabad is scheduled to host Annual Dr B R Ambedkar Memorial Lecture on April 14, 2013 at Dr B R Ambedkar Auditorium on the University Campus. This task is entrusted to the Center for Ambedkar Studies and Reservation Cell. For further details please see the below poster.
One of the predominant Scheduled Castes section in Andhra Pradesh – Mala community has come up with a new idea to launch its own All Mala Students’ Association (AMSA), bringing new contours to the existing Student Politics. This inauguration is scheduled to take place on April 10, 2013 at Sundarayya Vignana Kendram, Bagh-Ligampalli, Hyderabad. For further details, please see the below poster and Pamphlet.
National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) at University of Hyderabad celebrated its Forty Second Anniversary on April 09, 2013 on the Campus. On this occasion the following posters were released.
Dalit Students’ Union (DSU), University of Hyderabad released its 2012-2013 Committee details during March, 2013 or so. This was a very late release for this academic year. Interestingly, this time DSU proclaimed as a Madiga organisation, indirectly, by declaring all its committee members as Madigas. Please see the below poster for further details.
Lot of internal crises seems to be taking place within DSU over many issues. And moreover, it is also observed that all the Committee members declared for this 2012-2013 academic year are from only Telangana region!! All this indicates – special focus needs to be placed upon DSU within the ambit of Student Politics!!!