Statesman News Service
Kolkata, 6 January
The V-C of Calcutta University, Prof. Suranjan Das today met Governor MK Narayanan and apprised him of the measures taken at the CU campus to ensure submission of hassle free nomination for the upcoming students union election scheduled for tomorrow.
The date for filing of nominations for the six campuses will be held tomorrow and tight security has been posted inside the main CU campus, a day ahead of the filing of nomination.
After convening the meeting Mr Das said that Mr Narayanan wanted to know about the security arrangements inside the CU premise to avoid any untoward incident during the students union election and also during the day of filing of nomination.
He was pleased with the security arrangement inside the campus.
Few days ago, Kolkata police along with CU officials had convened a meeting where Harimohan Ghosh College was declared as a hypersensitive college. It was decided that four CCTV cameras would be installed inside the college premises.
Two CCTV cameras will be installed in the college premise while two other cameras will be installed outside the premises to keep vigil on the situation.
All top level police officers will visit the campus regularly to monitor the present situation inside the college.
The state government has enforced restriction of any type of movement within 100 metres of the campus premises, during the students union election.
Every student will have to produce his/her identity card before entering the college. All assemblies outside the college campus have been banned by Kolkata Police.