ABOUT CAMPUS FRONT OF INDIA

Campus Front of India is neo-social student’s movement, which aims to empower the campuses by developing a new generation of activists. Campus Front of India will be in the forefront in leading students to take up social issues, strive for the oppressed sections of the society and empower the campuses to mark a new dawn in the history of Students Activism. Campus Front of India will take lead in resisting the ideology and designs of imperialism and fascism.

Campus Front of India was formed as a result of the series of discussions held by student organizations, which actively intervened, in social issues in various parts of the country. Campus front of India intends to spread humanitarian values, consciousness of rights and anti fascist awareness across the campuses which will eventually spread throughout the society.

OBJECTIVES

Campus Front of India has formed on November 07 2009 in Delhi at a National Students Convention. During the time, India's socio-political structure exhibited signs of a slowly emergent fascist rule and the systematic discrimination of oppressed communities. Moreover, the neoliberal policies of previous governments had already damaged public education and made quality education accessible only to a few. In an age when belligerent Hindutva fascism is rapidly increasing its sway in various spheres, bulldozing our democratic and secular foundations, the Front prioritised challenging it on different terrains. The campus front members must be well educated on our objectives so that our programmes and course of action be designed so as to aid it.

  • To work for the welfare and progress of the students in various parts of India
  • To prepare the student community for taking up the role in nation-building
  • To inculcate moral and ethical values among students
  • To promote peace and harmony in the society and to protect the secular democratic setup of the country
  • To mobilise students to work for the development of the marginalised sections of the society Educate the students about the Constitution of India and the laws of the country
  • To make students aware of human rights and citizenship rights
  • To educate students about the problems related to the education system
  • To strive to protect the educational institutions from criminalisation and antisocial and anti-national influence
  • To ensure peace and safety in educational institutions
  • To resist and defeat the attempt of communal and fascist forces which creates polarisation in the Indian society
  • To educate the students regarding the nefarious designs of neocolonialism
  • To promote intellectual dynamism and academic excellence among students
  • To help poor and meritorious students in the studies
  • To engage students in democratic struggles for their right to education
  • NOVEMBER 7 CAMPUS DAY

    We celebrate November 07, our foundation day, as Campus Day to spread these ideals among the student community. Flag hoisting is held on the occasion at all the units, and leaders deliver campus day messages. Struggle for justice is not to be a leisure time activity for students. It is to be the lifeblood. Their hearts should beat with justice. Through remarkable footprints of struggles and agitations over a decade, the Front is capturing the hearts of campuses. Our non-compromising stance towards fascism and policies realising fascism as the gravest threat to the nation have gained us such great support. We believe that students should come up as the torchbearers for the prosperity of the nation. We are not compelled to balance our fight against fascism with something else. We believe that justice lies with standing by the oppressed rather than deceiving rhetorics of impartiality. We are not ready to compromise until the rights of Muslims, Dalits and the downtrodden are secured.Struggle for justice is not to be a leisure time act for the youth. It is to be their life blood. Their hearts should beat with justice. Through remarkable foot prints of struggles and agitations over eight years, Campus Front is capturing the hearts of Campuses. Our non compromising stance towards Fascism and policies realising fascism as the gravest threat of the Nation have gained us such a great support.

    We believe that for the prosperity of nation students should come up as the torch bearers .We are not among the 31 percentage vote gained by the Modi Sarkar. So we have the genuine rights to fight against the anti people policies of the ruling class. We are not compelled to balance our fight against fascism with something else. We believe that justice lies with standing by the oppressed rather than deceiving rhetorics of impartiality. We are not ready to compromise until the rights of Muslims, Dalits and the downtrodden are secured. We celebrate Nov 7, our foundation day as Campus Day, to spread these ideals among student community. Flag hoisting is held on the occasion at all the units and Campus Day message is delivered by leaders.

    ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

    In order to develop and sustain a democratic sense among the students there should be internal democracy within the organisation. So we have adopted an organisational structure which rests on internal democracy. Our organisation is of a heirarchical structure with units forming functional blocks at root level. Units work inside the campuses and also locally. All members of Campus Front shall be a part of some unit. Boys and girls work in the same unit. There is a president and secretary for each unit.

    Area is above the unit. There is an area committee comprising of President, secretary, vice president, joint secretary, treasurer and two members. Area committee and presidents and secretaries of constituent units form Area Council. Above Area committee is District committee and afterwards State committee. National committee is the supreme body. There are also councils at all levels with structures similar to that explained below. Committees are the major executive bodies at all levels and councils are for aiding committees.

    Members of a unit elect its leaders whereas members of units and area participate in election of Area committee. District General Council, State General Council and National General Council elect District, State and National committees respectively. Elections are conducted anually in units and areas where as the term of office of State and National committee is two years.