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The aim was to reform the election system to make it more inclusive for students and involve fewer malpractices. Unfortunately, the guidelines have received brickbats from students and politicians alike, as many clauses are unrealistic and utopian. To escape these restrictive guidelines, parties have identified loopholes, a few such examples being: Clause 6. Probably the most flouted clause in the recommendations, parties spend as much as lakhs to print countless pamphlets and hoardings that can be seen across the campus.

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The aim was to reform the election system to make it more inclusive for students and involve fewer malpractices. Unfortunately, the guidelines have received brickbats from students and politicians alike, as many clauses are unrealistic and utopian. To escape these restrictive guidelines, parties have identified loopholes, a few such examples being: Clause 6. Probably the most flouted clause in the recommendations, parties spend as much as lakhs to print countless pamphlets and hoardings that can be seen across the campus.

All major parties reiterate this reasoning to escape legal action. Clause 6. Candidates may only utilize hand-made posters for the purpose of canvassing, provided that such hand-made posters are procured within the expenditure limit set out herein above. To cleverly counter this, parties have been releasing posters that misspell the name of its candidate but allow it to be distinguished back to the party as well. What could also be a major advantage for political parties is that the LCR are only applicable from the day the nominations are declared.

Up until that day, parties can freely distribute pamphlets urging students to join their organisation. Image Credits: Hindustan Times.

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Since the LC stipulates that all institutions of higher education, both private and public, should conduct Student Union elections every year, the recommendations have been appreciated in campuses where SU polls have been hanging in limbo for long. Without student unions also the colleges can function. What is the role of the Student Unions they visualise? Here lies the crunch. The restrictions on the number of times a student can contest for a post once for the post of office bearer, and twice for that of an executive member is also designed to curtail the democratic rights of students, and prevent Unions from having an experienced leadership.

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