Key Decisions Taken In AASU’s 17th General Convention


Several key decisions were taken in All Assam Student Association’s (AASU) 17th general convention held on Saturday. The 4-day convention which is being held at Duliajan will conclude at 4:30 pm today.

Below are the important decisions taken –

1. Any AASU member including central committee can stay in the student body for up to 40 years.

2. It is compulsory to retire at the age of 42 years.

3. AASU membership will be revoked if one gets married.

4. A minimum qualification of a bachelor’s degree is required to be a member in the central committee.

5. The term of the central committee will now be three years. Previously, the term was one year.

6. The central session should be held within three years. After three years and three months, the executive committee will automatically dissolve.

7. During that time, the Vice-Chairman of the Committee, the Co-General Secretary and the Advisory Council shall hold regular sessions.

8. Similarly, district sessions will be held every three years.

9. This will give special importance to the younger generation. They will be attracted to the student body and will be able to lead the organization at an early age.

10. There will be an advisor as well as a chief advisor in the student body.

11. However, in the next session, the advisor and the chief adviser will be of 40 or 42 years.

12. The decisions taken in this session will be applicable in the next session.

Furthermore, Chief advisor Dr Samujjal Bhattacharya has stepped down from his post saying that he does not desire to enter politics. Incumbent president Dipanka Kumar Nath and general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi also left the students’ organisation as they prepare to enter active politics through recently floated Assam Jatiya parishad (AJP).

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