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All-India Student Association (AISA) clean sweeps Jawaharlal Nehru University students’ union poll

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007


One Response to “All-India Student Association (AISA) clean sweeps Jawaharlal Nehru University students’ union poll”

  1. Hi,

    Here is an opportunity to be the part of the change. As you are an active youth organisation, we bring to you an utmost important opportunity.

    I’m Tanmay Shanishchara, student of PGPCME, MICA-EDC. I am glad to introduce you ‘ThinkYuva’, a student initiative from Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA) – EDC. The initiative is to bring about a mental leap in the people of the country with the belief that such leap would bring about an all-round development of the country. For this purpose, ThinkYuva would be organizing various events and road shows. For this event, invitations would be called from students from colleges across the country mentioning one important problem in their vicinity and the solution to it. The themes chosen for this year are civic sense, children related issues and environmental issues.

    The final event is planned for the 18th of August. We look forward to an active involvement from your side. We believe that this initiative and your support would be great for the development of our nation. To express your precious views and for further details visit:

    Also, join our community here:

    Thanks and Regards,
    Tanmay Shanishchara
    Think Yuva

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