All India Students Federation

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All India Students Federation
Abbreviation AISF
Motto Study And Struggle
Formation 12 August 1936
Type student organisation
Headquarters New Delhi
Location
Membership
5 Million as of 2013
President
Syed Valihulla Kadhri

The All India Students Federation (AISF) is a national Indian students' union. It is a left leaning students' organization. Aisf is working and fighting for free and equal education all with equal school system.

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The AISF was founded on August 12, 1936, and is the first Indian federation of students to work for the independence of India.

The organisation now works for the betterment of students with its focus on peace, progress and scientific socialism. It has the banner "Freedom, Peace, Progress."

AISF as an organisation has been continuously fighting for the issues faced by students and the society at large. In India the federation has organized several awareness programmes (Dramas, Street theatre performances, Mimes, Dance, Short films, etc.) and mass rallies to address various social problems in states such as, West Bengal, Kerala, Punjab, Tamil Nadu,Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Pondicherry, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Tripura, Gujarat, Assam and Bihar.

The AISF has state committees in most states in India. The Administration structure of the federation is as follows,

1. Polit Bureau - National executive body

2. State executive body

3. State administrative body

4. District administrative body

5. Block level committee

6. Institutions level unions

The AISF national level conference was held in Hyderabad University in the year 2013. During this conference the following leaders were elected as representatives,

Comrade. Syed Valihulla Kadhir - National President

Comrade. Vishvajith Gupta - National General Secretary

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