DELHI UNIVERSITY’S SHYAM LAL COLLEGE(EVENING) STUDENT UNION DECIDED TO DONATE 4 LAKH RUPEES TO PM CARE FUND
Student Union of batch 2019-20, Shyam Lal College Evening, ( ABVP ) Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad has decided to donate all the student union funds to the PM Care Fund. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, they have decided to take a small initiative towards the country.
The total amount in the student union fund was nearly equal to 4 lakh.
Anupam Tiwari, Unit President, said that he would like to thank Chief Sir- Puneet Kumar, Student union convener- Amarendra and Ashwani ( A.O ), Student union director- Bharat Choudhary, Secretary- Himanshu Badal and entire college administration who approve and support their decision to donate the student fund.
From donating funds to giving every possible help to the citizen’s DU has never back off his step during this pandemic. Delhi University has also contributed one day’s salary of teaching and non-teaching staff to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund (PMNRF), which worth more than 4 crore rupees.
Amidst this situation, Akhil Bhartiya Vidya Parishad (ABVP) has also launched its crash course program with an intention to assist the students in preparing for 14 different postgraduate examinations.
Until now these crash courses were run in the offline mode every year. But these altered circumstances have necessitated a change in approach, with the entire program being conducted in the online mode only.
ABVP also stands for the DU first and second-year students. The ABVP has come up with a system of carry-forward. This method can be adopted for the students of the 1st and 2nd year when the students can be promoted to the next year with the option of taking their exams later. The burden can be decreased by taking exams of only limited courses.
The statement pointed out the many disadvantages of promoting students based on past results and internal assessment. This system adopted by the University has been named the Pappu pass scheme by the ABVP. It states that those students who have arrears and low results in the past will be pushed to a bad spot if they are not given the option of taking exams in the current scheme.