Campaigning for the PUTA election ends on Wednesday. Meanwhile candidates are maintaining a relentless pace in the electoral race.
Faculty of Panjab University will elect their representatives to the Panjab University Teachers Association on Thursday. The Law Auditorium will serve as the polling booth. Two groups are contending for leadership of the executive body and candidates on both sides have been at pains to personally visit every single teacher and ask for their vote.
Ravi Mahajan, who is contesting for the post of president from Mahajan -Devinder Group said that meeting voters personally gives him a feel of problems and the overall mood of the electorate.
On Tuesday Mahajan -Devinder Group held a strategy session at the Student Centre. The campaigners are confident of a good response from voters.
Mohammed Khalid, who is contesting for the post of president from the Manjit-akshaya group, is also conducting a highly individualized campaign. He too has been going from door to door. The Manjit-Akshya group has been in opposition and believes that this time the faculty will vote for change.
Campaigning ends at 5 p.m. on Wednesday. Around 200 faculty members live on the Sector 14 campus while the Sector 25 campus houses another 71 voters. The remaining 350 reside off campus.
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