99 per cent students for DUCSU polls: surveyDU Correspondent
Ninety-nine per cent students of Dhaka University are for reviving the activities of the university central students’ union, a survey, conducted by students’ platform Shikkharthi Odhikar Mancha, said on Thursday.
Launching the survey report on the premises of the DUCSU premises, leaders of the platform said most of the students regarded DUCSU as ‘urgent’ to elect
students’ representatives who will take part in university decision making process.
The survey was conducted over 300 students, Nure Alam Durjoy, the platform spokesman, said.
It showed that about ninety-eight per cent of the students did not support religion-based politics to participate in the DUCSU elections.
Also, students’ bodies, engaged in violence, were considered ‘unsuitable’ for being students’ representatives by 95.67 per cent students.
Majority of the students (76.67 per cent) also sought congenial atmosphere on campus for all-party-backed student bodies for political activities to function freely, it showed, while 18 per cent were found reluctant in this regard.
Also 86 per cent of the interviewees refuted the logic of university authorities that they had refrained from holding the
elections fearing mismanagement and corruption. However, only 8.67 per
cent agreed with the reason.
In another query, 64 per cent think that congenial atmosphere still persists for holding DUCSU elections, and, on the other hand, about 26 per cent think the opposite.
All the interviewees, except 1.33 per cent, were found blaming the university administration, sycophant student organisations, national political parties and students themselves for not holding the elections for the last 20 years.
After launching the survey report, a procession was brought out and it ended in front of the university central library.
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