Students' Federation of India

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Student's Federation of India
SFI-flag.svg
Flag of the Students' Federation of India
Formation 1970
Location
General Secretary
Dr. Vikram Singh
President
VP Sanu
Website http://www.sficec.org

The Students' Federation of India (SFI) is an independent students organisation founded in 1970 that carries the motto of "Study and Struggle".[citation needed]

History[edit]

Students’ Federation of India was formed through its First Conference which was held at Thiruvananthapuram between 27 and 30 December in 1970.[citation needed]

In the latter half of 1970 student leaders from various states assembled in Calcutta and decided to form a new student organisation committed to bring together the students of the country and lead them on issues such as radical education reforms, employment,

safeguarding and expansion of democratic rights.

The Students Federation of India leads the Student Unions in many of the Universities in Kerala, West Bengal, Tripura, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi, Tamil nadu and other states.[citation needed]

Flag[edit]

A flag with a red five cornered star in the top left corner, on a white background and Independence, Democracy and Socialism written one beneath the other also in red;

the ratio of length and breadth of the flag being 3:2.[citation needed]

Philosophy[edit]

The Students’ Federation of India (SFI) is a Progresive organisation.[citation needed] The slogan of the SFI is "Independence, Democracy, and Socialism!".[citation needed] The SFI believes that education is a major tool of social transformation and that this concept is especially relevant in a country like India, where regressive forces still prevail. Proper education, they believe, will counteract such forces and will help to build a new society based on rationality and justice. The SFI is an organisation of students which is ever aware of its role in society. It identifies with a society's progressive forces and is totally committed to the idea of independence, democracy, and socialism.[citation needed]

Structure of the Organisation[edit]

  • Conferences
  • Central Executives Committee
  • Affiliated bodies, organised on State Committee, District Committee, Zone/Area Committee, local and institution basis Committee & Units.

Areas of influence[edit]

Though SFI is strongly active in Kerala, Tripura, Bengal ,Himachal Pradesh,Rajastan and have influence in other various states.The SFI includes students from schools in ,Himachal Pradesh,Rajastan,Kerala,Telungana, Tripura,Bihar, Tamilnadu,Andrapradesh West Bengal.

It is Ruling Students Unions across various Universities like Pondicheri Central University,EFLU,JNU,HCU and Other State universities such as Presidency University,Himachal Universitya and In many collages in various States. SFI is in power in All universities In Kerala.

Publications[edit]

The official organ Student Struggle is published monthly in English and "Chatra Sangharsh" in Hindi. Apart from that, State Committees of SFI publish magazines in the corresponding regional languages. Chhatra Sangram is the Bengali organ published by the West Bengal State Committee. Since 1964 it is publishing. Student (സ്റ്റുഡന്റ്) is the Malayalam organ published by the Kerala State Committee. Resistance is the E-Journal of SFI Kerala Unit. Researcher is the journal of research scholars published by the Kerala State Committee. ఐక్య విధ్యార్థి is published in Telugu by the Andhra Pradesh State Committee of SFI. Pudhiya Paadhai is published in Tamil Nadu. 'Satra Xakti' is published in Assamese by SFI Assam State Committee.

References[edit]


Further reading[edit]

Constitution of SFI

Programme of SFI

External links[edit]