SFI (Student’s Federation of India) is a left-wing organization of Indian students. It is affiliated to the Communist Party of India. V.P. Sanu is the All India President of the organization and Mayukh Biswas is the General Secretary.
The Delhi University admission process has begun for the year 2020. There is a lot of confusion among the students about the admission process. Earlier there was on campus assistance available for the students. But this year, it is not possible due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The option for merit-based courses is not opening in the admission portal. This has worried the students. People are speculating that once the 12th boards’ results are out; students will be able to access the courses.
Many students require assistance in filling the form as they are not able to understand something or the other.
The SFI has risen to the occasion and created helpline numbers for students to contact for assistance. Many members of the SFI have volunteered to help the students. They intend to make the admission procedure easier for the students.
Different helpline numbers have been issued for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The Delhi branch of the SFI committee is determined to help students.
In the past, the SFI has also protested the decision taken by Delhi University to conduct an online examination of its final year students.
The Students’ Federation of India is the largest Student Organization in India. It has over 43 lakh members across the country. The Federation carries the legacy of many martyrs and freedom fighters like Bhagat Singh and Babasaheb Ambedkar.