Rajasthan Voting For Student Union Election On 26 August In Bharatpur Colleges ANN
Bharatpur News: Voting for the student union election in Rajasthan...
Bharatpur News: Voting for the student union election in Rajasthan will begin at 8 am tomorrow. The college administration has made full preparations for the elections in the largest colleges of Bharatpur division, Maharani Shree Jaya College and Rameshwari Devi Girls College. Barricading has been done outside the college, as well as the student who will have the ID card, the same student will be given admission to participate in the voting in the college.
I-cards are being distributed to the students of Maharani Shri Jaya College and Rameshwari Devi Kanya Mahavidyalaya till 5 pm today. Ballot boxes have been prepared. In Maharani Shri Jaya College, about 6000 voters will exercise their vote, while in Rameshwari Devi Kanya Mahavidyalaya, 2615 voters will exercise their vote. The contesting candidates were seen motivating the voters to vote in their favor.
What about the election officer
The election officer of Rameshwari Devi Girls College, Dr. Karuna Gaur told that all arrangements have been made to make the student union elections peaceful and fair. Police personnel will be deployed in the college premises for security. Barricading is also being done, so that outside vehicles can be stopped. There are 2615 voters in RD Girls College, the polling time will be from 8 am to 1 pm. 8 polling booths have been set up in the college campus. Election will be held for three posts in the college, President, Vice President and General Secretary, voting will be held tomorrow. Joint Secretary has been elected unopposed, according to Lyngdoh Committee, the election will be conducted with transparency.
What will be the security arrangements
Superintendent of Police Shyam Singh said that full security arrangements have been made for the students union elections to be held in 12 colleges in Bharatpur district. The number of girl students is high in Maharani Jaya College and Rameshwari Devi Girls College in Bharatpur. There will be adequate police presence there. About 900 police personnel, three ASPs and seven deputy SPs, SHO and sub-inspector, two RAC companies and one SDRF company have been deployed in the district.
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