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NEW DELHI: Nearly 52 colleges of Delhi University will go to the polls on Friday to elect new office-bearers of the Delhi University Students' Union (DUSU).
While the campus will witness heavy police presence, with special emphasis on women's colleges, strict vigil will also be kept at most hostels to ensure that the elections pass off peacefully.
Arrangements have also been made by individual colleges to take care of their own students' union elections. Polling will be held between 8-30 a.m. and 11-30 a.m., with evening college students being allowed to exercise their franchise between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Only students carrying their identity cards will be allowed to cast their votes and in some cases even enter the colleges.
The fight for the top post will once again be between the NSUI and the ABVP, with many smaller outfits also in the fray.
Bidding for the presidential post will be NSUI's Ragini Nayak and ABVP's Sundar Dagar, both of who have been on the DUSU panel before.
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