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ABVP passes five resolutions in National Conference
12/1/2022 11:14:17 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 1: Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad 68th three day National Conference, recently held at Jaipur Rajasthan from 25 - 27 November .
The National Conference of ABVP is an annual program, which provides the vision and mission for the working of ABVP in the upcoming year.
In this National Conference “About 1485 students from across length and breadth of India and delegates from neighboring countries and 32 delegates from Jammu and Kashmir also participated in the National Conference and took part in discussion on various current social, security and educational issues,”
ABVP National Secretary Ghulam Mustafa Ali while addressing conference informed that five resolutions were passed in the conference on "Center and State Governments must allocate special funds for implementation of NEP, Education should be in Indian imbued with Indian Knowledge System, Irregularities in admissions, examination and results must be rectified soon, Retribution against PFI is necessary for the internal security and sovereignty of the nation, India playing a crucial role in the international arena" were passed in the National Conference.
In the first resolution ABVP demand that as required for the implementation of the National Education Policy, special drives must be undertaken for training, recruitment and creation of new posts of teachers. Moreover, adequate funding should be provided for the same and 2% of Bharat's GDP should be spent on the research and higher education.
In second resolution ABVP demand welcome the initiative of launching medical science textbook in Hindi & engineering textbook in Marathi,Orriya, Gujarati, Kannada and to fulfill the vision "India Centric education to Indians".
In third resolution ABVP demand that UGC and CSIR must streamline it's process of conducting NET exams twice a year, as it was earlier and a calendar for NEET, JEE and other state entrance examination must be strictly enforced.
In fourth resolution ABVP welcome ban on PFI was necessary and urged that there is an urgent need to keep an eye out for activities of individuals associated with PFI to prevent reconstitution of any such organisation in future.
In fifth resolution ABVP welcomes the Presidency of India of G20 and appeals for the significant and effective participation of indians in G20 activities as emissaries of the all - encompassing story of India.
Contrary to the demand of ABVP for immediate withdrawl of J&K Public University Bill-2022, the LG government has announced enhancement of service duration of university professors from the age limit of 62 to 65 years, which is totally unacceptable. ABVP strongly condemn this decision which has solely been taken with malafied intention just to dilute the boiling issue of Public University Bill and merely to distract the attention of the agitating professors and other staff including students of the public universities of J&K, the decision of enhancement of retirement has been taken.
It is very unfortunate that at one side lakhs of unemployed youth in J&K are running from post to piller to get jobs but instead of providing jobs and opening job avenues for the youth, LG government has taken unthought of decision.
ABVP also demands immediate withdrawl of the decision of enhancement of retirement age of university professors. Besides this, the implementation of Rehbar-e-Talim, Rehbar-e-Zirat etc, has already blocked the fresh recruitment process and now the decision of enhancement of retirement age has further adds to the woes of the educated unemployed youth.
Akshi Billowria, ABVP State secretary for J&K, said that All the students have come to their state with positive renewed energy and work with new enthusiasm. State Joint Secretary Chahat Anand and Hari Om Sharma, Jammu Mahanagar Secretary were also present.
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