Code of conduct for student union elections in Rajasthan University is applicable
The code of conduct for student union elections in Rajasthan University is applicable: elections will have to be fought at the cost of 5000, and there may be a ban on violation of rules
Voting for the student union elections took place in Rajasthan after 2 years on 26 August. While on August 27, along with the counting, the newly elected office bearers will be administered the oath. At the same time, the code of conduct has come into force 10 days before the elections. Posters, banners, hoardings, as well as big rallies, have been banned on the university campus. At the same time, the limit of election expenditure has been fixed at Rs.
In such a situation, if any student leader made election expenditure more than the prescribed limit. So along with banning him, he can be banned from contesting elections. A special team has been constituted on behalf of the DSW team to follow the recommendations of the Lyngdoh Committee. Which will also take strict action against the student leaders who violate the rules.
RU's ADSW Vishal Vikram Singh said that after the implementation of the code of conduct, neither admission has been banned now. With this, now no admission list will be released. In such a situation, the students who have taken admitted to the university. Or are already studying in the university. There they will be entitled to vote in the election. Along with this, the student leaders who are preparing to contest the elections. If the rules of the code of conduct are violated by them.
So with one year ban on such student leaders, they will be disqualified from contesting elections. At the same time, a special committee has been formed to maintain law and order in the university. Which will monitor the entire university campus round-the-clock. So that the election process can be completed peacefully at Rajasthan University.
Recommendations of Lyngdoh Committee
- The age limit is 22 years for UG, 25 years for PG and 28 years for research students.
- Minimum of 75% attendance is required to contest elections.
- Must be a regular student to contest elections.
- Ban from the election on criminal record, trial, conviction or disciplinary action.
- The maximum expenditure of a candidate is five thousand rupees.
- Use of printed posters, pamphlets or promotional materials is not permitted.
- The use of loudspeakers, vehicles and animals in the campaign is contracted.