Students' Federation of India

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Students Federation of India ( SFI )

The Students' Federation of India (SFI) is the student wing of the Communist Party of India (Marxist).[1][2]

Introduction[edit]

Students' Federation of India stands for the establishment of a progressive, democratic and egalitarian education system which will ensure social justice and intellectual self reliance.It strives to achieve this by uniting the entire Indian student community towards the cause of a universal and free public education system ensuring education for all. SFI stands for the advancement of India towards a socialistic pattern of society, ensuring social and economic equality and a life of dignity and prosperity to all.Hence it raises the slogan, 'Independence, Democracy, Socialism'.

Since its formation in 1970, SFI has undertaken issues that are of concern to the student community and has worked with the progressive sections for creation of an egalitarian society.[citation needed]

History[edit]

The organization was formed when students assembled in Calcutta and decided to form a new organization for the purpose of bringing students from across the country together.[3] The student leaders originally intended to lead discussions on issues including radical education reform, employment, safeguarding, and the expansion of democratic rights.

The Students' Federation of India now leads the student unions of universities in Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Tripura, Assam, Odisha, Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.[4][5] It is one of the largest student organisation in India with a membership of 4,300,405 as of 2014 - 2015. [6]

Flag[edit]

The SFI's flag has a red five-pointed, socialist-style star in the top left corners, on a white background and the words "Independence", "Democracy" and "Socialism" are written, in English or in a local language, one beneath the other, at the bottom right of the flag, also in red. The ratio of length and breadth of the flag is 3:2.[7] The flag is designed to symbolize what the SFI considers the keys to harmony[citation needed].

Membership[edit]

Membership Chart[8]
State 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
Andra Pradesh 504751 535751 656242
Assam 25528 20777 19440
Bihar 32000 30000 25000
Delhi 2074 2450 2758
Haryana 15380 17829 20721
HP 28093 33911 28052
Jharkhand 10198 9666 9449
Karnataka 115805 111508 130000
Kerala 1286551 1317538 1332324
MP 6900 4500 5360
Maharashtra 22900 57589 54349
Punjab 9366 9150 10258
Rajasthan 82962 57390 82005
Tamilnadu 244177 318792 291347
Telangana 552801 550900 663045
UP 7095 6463 7000
Utharakhand 8297 8168 10020
West Bengal 799625 737699 729000
Odisha 5078 5180 6246
Tripura 148528 153141 151489
TSU 59905 65000 66300
Total 3960814 4053402 4300405

Office Bearers[edit]

  • VP Sanu

President

36-Canning Lane, New Delhi

  • Dr. Vikram Singh

General Secretary

36-Canning Lane, New Delhi

  • Mayukh Biswas

Joint Secretary

36-Canning Lane, New Delhi

  • Hoshiyar

secretariat Member

36-Canning Lane, New Delhi

  • Vikram Singh - General Secretary
  • V.P. Sanu -President
  • Madhuja Sen Roy (F) -Vice President
  • Noor Mohmmad -Vice President
  • Nilonjana Roy (F) -Vice President
  • P. Uchimakali- Vice President
  • Jaick C Thomas -Vice President
  • Debojyoti Das -Joint Secretary
  • M.Vijin -Joint Secretary
  • B. Sambasiva -Joint Secretary
  • Mayukh Biswas -Joint Secretary
  • Guru Raj Joint -Secretary
  • Mangej Choudhary -Joint Secretary
  • Datta Chavan -Sect. Member
  • Kadeejath Suhaila -(F) Sect. Member
  • Suresh Sarwal -Sect. Member
  • Dipsita Dhar (F) -Sect. Member
  • Hoshiyar -Sec.Member

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kerala student politics: Violence rises in colleges as SFI refuses to lay low even with CPM at the helm Phno:-8500119824, Karimnagar". Firstpost.com. Retrieved 2017-07-17.  line feed character in |title= at position 105 (help)
  2. ^ "Kerala student agitation: Marxists change track and side with college management". Firstpost.com. Retrieved 2017-07-17. 
  3. ^ "History_of_SFI" (PDF). 
  4. ^ "State Committees". www.sficec.org. Retrieved 2017-06-11. 
  5. ^ "JNUSU Election Results 2017: Left Alliance Leading As Counting Is Underway; 10 Points". NDTV.com. Retrieved 2017-09-09. 
  6. ^ membership
  7. ^ User, Super. "Constitution". www.sficec.org. Retrieved 2017-09-09. 
  8. ^ "membership". SFI. 


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