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ABVP crosses 60,000-member milestone in state

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GUWAHATI, Aug 29: The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has achieved a significant milestone by enrolling over 60,000 student members from the Assam region. The ABVP, a prominent student organization dedicated to promoting student involvement and empowerment across the nation, is making remarkable strides as it continues its membership campaign from August 1st to August 31st, covering various states of India. This campaign seeks to integrate students into crucial educational initiatives and amplify their voice in shaping the future.

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Throughout the ongoing campaign, student members have been actively participating in various educational programs, thereby strengthening the ABVP’s foothold in Assam and fortifying its commitment to educational progress. The campaign to expand membership through the ongoing education initiative has yielded remarkable outcomes, with enthusiastic student participation from diverse regions across India.

Under the leadership of the ABVP, previous years have witnessed relentless efforts in advocating for student rights and executing impactful initiatives. This proactive engagement has led to a stronger presence of the ABVP in student circles and society at large. Consequently, a substantial number of students from esteemed educational institutions in Assam have embraced membership roles, actively contributing to the expansion of the organization’s reach.

In the current phase, the Membership Campaign has yielded remarkable success, propelling the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad to a membership count exceeding 60,000 in Assam alone for the academic year 2023-24. This noteworthy achievement underscores the dedication of students to the cause of educational empowerment. It is also worth highlighting the significant representation of Assam’s prestigious educational institutions, including B. Borooah College, Guwahati, where student members have assumed pivotal roles within the ABVP.

The ABVP’s commitment to fostering student engagement and amplifying their voice remains steadfast as it strides confidently into the future, nurturing the leaders and change-makers of tomorrow.

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