ABVP held its 53rd provincial session of central India with flag hoisting at the Brilliant Convention Center on Sunday
Our Staff Reporter
The 53rd provincial session of the central India province of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) was held at the Brilliant Convention Center on Sunday, where more than 800 workers from 35 districts attended the session.
Chief guest higher education minister Dr Mohan Yadav said that ABVP has played an important role in getting the exam done during the transition. Earlier, general promotion was being given to students like the rest of the states, but many academicians opposed it in UG final and PG final semester.
“If the degree is written as 'GP' or general promotion, then the morale of the students would be broken, because evaluation of students without examination in companies is not considered correct,” Yadav said.
Hence, ABVP suggested seven ways of evaluations including open book examinations.
Yadav said, “Government is very serious about implementing the new education policy. Apart from educational institutions, students will get a new direction on higher education.”
National head of ABVP Praful Akant and national coordinator Gajendra Tomar said, “Three resolutions; to improve present scenario, helping in education to all and ensuring rights for all, were passed at the meeting.”
The newly elected president of the central India province for ABVP was Dr Manoj Arya and coordinator was Shalini Verma. For Malwa province, Yogesh Raghuvanshi was elected as president and coordinator charge was given to Ghanshyam Singh Chauhan.
Tourism minister Usha Thakur, water resources minister Tulsi Silawat, MLA Malini Gaur and BJP leaders were also present. Karan Mulchandani from ABVP said that a photo exhibition was inaugurated showing activities of ABVP.