To join against the commercialization of education. Against implementing CBCS, common admission, entrance, syllabus. Against Lingdoh committee.
as i am very willing to join AISA, what is the procedure? since i kind of like protesting, debating talking against any wrongdoings.
Want to be active member of a is a..plz help out n guide accordingly
I want to be part of a party who actually wants to implement “Sabka Sath sabka vikaas”.
ijoin aisa for say true….i m very hapy aftr join
now this time to reform our country once again after 1947 , that time our problem was englishmen but now businessmen , who wants to tacle the india indirectly ……..so its a time to fight back …against the commercialisation of educatioin .for this act i think only aisa or cpi-ml .
we are with AISA only …………/best option for SOCIAL CHANGE IN INDIA IS ONLY AISA OR CPIML
Have you analyzed the performance of central and state governments during last five years?
Who is doing the cost benefit analysis of the foreign trips of political leaders and ministers? Who is checking the validity signing of various alliances, MoUs and contracts made during these foreign trips?
What is the ultimate output and contributions to the society and the nation? Chae pe charcha, charcha pe charcha : what are the real values of these meetings and discussion? Parliamente me masti tippani chalta hai to make the public confused and stupid.
Who is checking the lies, misleading data and points of corruptions in rail and union budget? PM and FM is presenting false statistics before the public in the parliament? What are the sources of their courage? They are worse than Mafia don. Is it the example of good governance?
Is there any trust of the public in man ki baat?
There is no growth in industry and commerce. Nirmala must resign.
The governments and media are promoting porn stars Sunny Leon, costly help guides, junk food; spending crores and crores for defense. There is no growth in economy. FM must resign.
Is the women’s empowerment really fruitful? Look at the female leaders and ministers of India : Jaya, Maya, Mamta, Nirmala, Shila, Indira, Sonia all are super flopped, liar, hungry for power, dishonest and corrupted. They are just giving false promises to the innocent public and work for their near and dear ones. Let the president go to the hail.
The public must understand the client server model. The clients are the ministers in front end who are preaching Amiritabani before the public. At the back end, the conspiracies, communication strategies and exploiting public policies are being created by the rich class – faculties of IITs, IIMs, MBAs, CAs, universities and people from IT companies. What is the ultimate result ? The poor and backward class are getting tortured and exploited. They are getting killed at health clinics and hospitals by wrong medical testing and costly CT and MRI scan using foreign diagnostic system. The rich classes are leading luxurious life without any toil and contributions to the society – flats, cars, good food, travel. They are occupying top positions in industries, academies and government offices.
How to stop this dance of democracy? Boycott election, media, and politics; revolt against corruption. From : R Sinha, AISFI.
Am a student of National Institute of Technology surathkal mangalore Karnaraka India.
I belong to telangana hyderabad india.
I’ve been updating with activities of AISA india and very interested in participation of social events conducted by AISA.
It would be my pleasure working ina big community like AISA .
Am really forward for a membership in AISA
Regards Tadanki Rahul STUDENT
It’s great to be with aisa …and feeling happy I will be a part of good cause …
there are many problems in our society. The biggest is unwillingness to recognize them. Our political class is closing their doors in front of common man.AISA is a hope!!!!
In these dark times, when the society is reeling under a pseudo-fascist rule and the basic rights of the common are being snatched away, only a counter-revolutionary offensive on the lines of Bhagat Singh is the only way. Being students, it is our responsibility to make our voices heard, make our dissent known. Yes, we will fight back, and get our rights. And in that grand objective, AISA is probably the only organization actually working for the realization of the goal.
I joined AISA back in September 2015, and I am proud of it. AISA has given me a vision and mission to live and fight for!
Long live student unity!
Long live the revolution!
Central University of Rajasthan
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