Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) Elections 2017 vote counting has already in progress. The DUSU results are likely to be announced by this afternoon. The DUSU Vote counting began at 8.30 am today. In last year elections, ABVP (Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad) has owned the President, Vice-president and secretary positions while NSUI (National Students Union of India) own the joint secretary position. This year also ABVP is competing hard to win the DUSU Election 2017. The results will be shortly revealed.
DUSU Election Results 2017 Live Updates – Who will win? (ABVP, NSUI, AISA)
DUSU election 2017 Results : ABVP Candidates Rajat Choudhary has nominated for the posts of president, Parth Rana was nominated for the posts of vice-president, and Mahamedha was nominated for the post of general secretary. While NSUI candidates Rocky Tuseed was nominated for the joint secretary position.
Delhi University Students Union Election Results
DSDU Elections 2017 took place on 12th September with a great number of voters participated. The DSDU vote counting began today 13th September morning 8.30 am onwards.
The Delhi University Students Union Election has newly introduced None of the Above (NOTA) category for the first time.
As per the DSDU Vote counting morning session, ABVP has won all the posts in Laxmi Bai College, Shri Venkateshwara College, and Vivekananda College. The BJP students organization has also secured two positions in SGTB Khalsa College, Zakir Hussain College (Morning) among others.
DUSU Election 2017 Live Updates
7:30 AM: “The morning colleges of the varsity recorded voter turnout of 45.3 percentage. The consolidated figure will be revealed after the final tally,” S B Babbar, DUSU Chief Election Officer, said.
8:55 AM: NSUI has fielded Rocky Tuseed for president’s post, Kunal Sehrawat for the post of vice-president, Meenakshi Meena for Secretary and Avinash Yadav for Joint Secretary.
10:10 AM: The Delhi High Court had given a go-ahead to the Delhi University to declare the results for the post of President in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) election which was held yesterday.