Aishe Ghosh JNU student union president biography

Aishe Ghosh is in news for she is brutally beaten up by the masked goons in her room at JNU hostel.  Lets have a look at her biography shortly in this article.

aishe ghosh biography

Aishe Ghosh JNU student union president biography

Aishe Ghosh mainly belongs to Dhanbad, West Bengal, India. She was born on 22 October.

She completed her master degree in 2018 from JNU Delhi in International relations. Currently she is pursuing her M.phil (ii year) from  in Jawahar Lal Nehru University Delhi for the same course. She did her graduation in Political Science from Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi.Her schooling was done in DAV Model School Durgapur West Bengal.

She is an active member of Students Federation of India. And now she has been Student Union President at Jawahar Lal Nehru University. Thus the SFI, which belongs to the left leaning political ideology, got its first president after thirteen years gape in Aishe Ghosh. Before becoming the president of JNUSU she served as the councillor for school of international studies twice in a row.

On 5th January 2020 Aishe Ghosh and her friends were attacked by some anonymous persons and the victims were admitted in AIIMS Delhi for recovery. The victims and Aishe ghosh alleged that the attackers belonged to ABVP, the students wing of RSS, the mother organization of ruling party BJP.

However she was beaten up brutally though after this bad incident the very next day, Aishe Ghosh met the media persons and showed her courage and answered every question very wisely and with all confidence.

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She is very fond of reading specially Shakespeare,Dan Brown,Paulo Coelho.

She is a good speaker.

This is what we know now about this brave young lady leader Aishe Ghosh. We hope that in the future she will become a great leader. She may play the great role in Indian Politics.However it depends on time but we felt that the lady deserved to remember in Indian history specially in the history of JNU and student politics.