Rajasthan University (RU) election result 2017: Get Live Updates
Counting of votes to begin at 1 pm.
Last Updated: February 1, 2018, 3:13 pm
Jaipur: Rajasthan University election - 2017 results have come out. The counting of votes began at 1 pm. The result will start coming in at 2 pm. Keep coming back to this page as we will update the results live throughout the day. Here are some live updates for the RU election result till now:
- Rajasthan University: Independent candidate Pawan Yadav has been elected president of Rajasthan University student union. Yadav won by a margin of 2656 votes. Read the full story: ABVP rebel Pawan Yadav elected president of Rajasthan University (RU)
- Rajasthan University: Manvendra Budania of NSUI has been elected general secretary. He got 6082 vote. Read the full story: Manvendra Budania elected RU general secretary, accuses NSUI of ‘casteism’.
- Rajasthan University: Manisha Meena of ABVP has been elected joint secretary. She got 5091 votes.
- Rajasthan University: Mahima Choudhary of NSUI has been elected vice-president. Mahima got 2649 votes.
- Maharani College: President - Neha Yadav, general secretary - Sangeeta Roy, vice president - Zebunisha and joint secretary Poonam Sanwaria. Neha defeated Ekta by a margin of 103 votes. Read the full story: Winning candidates in Jaipur: Maharani, Maharaja, Rajasthan and Commerce College
- Rajasthan College: Mahendra Degada has been elected president. He got 651 votes. Shivprasad has been elected vice-president. Rahul Sharma has been elected general secretary, Akash Meena has been elected joint secretary. Akash got 534 votes. Read the full story: Winning candidates in Jaipur: Maharani, Maharaja, Rajasthan and Commerce College
- Maharaja College: Harshvardhan Singh has been elected president. Lalit Kishor Saini has been elected joint secretary.Radheyshyam Dhakad has been elected as general secretary. Chandraprakash Kumawat has been elected vice-president. Read the full story: Winning candidates in Jaipur: Maharani, Maharaja, Rajasthan and Commerce College
- Commerce College: Akash - President, Rohit Meena - vice - president, Manoj Meena - general secretary, Tanmay Jain - joint secretary. Akash got 881 votes. Rohit got 793 votes. Manoj recieved more than 700 votes and Tanmay got 848 votes. Read the full story: Winning candidates in Jaipur: Maharani, Maharaja, Rajasthan and Commerce College
- Kanodia College: President – Ganga Sharma, vice-president – Sakshi Tanwar, general secretary-Chanchal Meena, joint secretary – Shailja Meena
- Jaipur College: President – Hari Om Singhal, vice-president –Abhishek Choudhary, general secretary-Mukesh Kumar Saini, joint secretary – Yogesh Kumar Sharma
- Jaipur Law College (5 year): Vikram Singh was elected president.
- Jaipur Law College (morning): Bharat Singh was elected president
- Jaipur Law College (evening): Shashank Singh elected president.
- Commerce College, Jaipur: Akash Rathore was elected.
- Jaipur Sanskrit University: ABVP candidates win at all four top posts including president, general secretary, vice-president and joint secretary. Anurag Sharma becomes the president of Sanskrit University. He won by a margin of 122 votes. This is the historic win of ABVP in Sanskrit University after 2012. There were 88 votes.
- In Rajathan College, Commerce College, Maharaj College and Maharani College, the counting has begin.
- The counting has begin. Videography of the entire process is being done.
- While the counting of votes for apex panel is taking place in the university premises, the same for other candidates is taking place in respective constituent colleges.
- Entry of mediapersons into the counting booths has been banned.
- Heavy police force has been deployed at the university as well as its constituent colleges in Jaipur to maintain law and order.
- More than 1000 policemen have been deputed throughout the city.
- The police have banned victory processions. Officials said that strict action will be taken against those gathering to celebrate the victory.
- While the classes at RU and its colleges are not being held, a steady stream of students is making their way into the university premises.
First published: September 4, 2017