On September 24, the students had called off the protest after the intervention of Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi.
The elections will be marked by splits in conventional political equations, the rise of new student political outfits, non-political student bodies and the aspiration of independent candidates.
Students have been writing letters to the college's director as well as the state government but haven't got any satisfactory response as yet.
The college's lab assistant R. K. Gupta allegedly ran over a nine-month old infant in a haste to mark his biometric attendance. The infant was later declared dead.
The college has been delaying the process of appointing a new vice-chancellor and repeatedly violating the due procedures.
Hundreds of school students in Delhi joined the Global Climate Strike – a series of protests held ahead of the United Nations Action Summit on September 23 in New York.
Many of these kids are a long way from voting age – and see striking as a way to channel their fears of the existential threat facing our planet.