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Election candidates had their voice heard

Bridging the student-management gap was the primary campaign call of the 14 candidates ahead of the Student Council Elections. They made this appeal at the college quadrangle on Thursday. Aafreen Fatima Mody, in her speech said the motivation for her to contest in the elections was to facilitate better communication with the management to resolve issues.

Nitin R, who is also running for President, said, “I do not believe in promises. I believe in work and action. The most important thing is that, with support of the students I can bring about a positive change.” Aswathi K Madhu, a candidate for the post of General Secretary, said: “I want to journey in an inclusive environment and my dream is to be part of a very ambitious council.”.

Speaking about the NOTA vandalism in campus, she said, “NOTA is not the option, because your votes matter” Students from both the UG and PG sections cast their votes in the election on Friday, July 7.