Rohit Mishra

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Rohit Mishra is an Indian student leader who was the figurehead of MGCU students protest Mahatma Gandhi Central University protests and became Supreme leader of MGCU students.

Early life and education

Rohit Mishra was born on 21 August 1998 in a middle class Brahman family at Motihari, Bihar, India.[1]Template:Self-published inline He completed his class X board exams in 2014 and class XII exams in 2016.[1]Template:Self-published inline Rohit joined Mahatma Gandhi Central University and completed his graduation B.Com (Hons.) in 2019 and currently pursuing MBA at Central University of Rajasthan.[1]Template:Self-published inline



Rohit Mishra addressing the MGCU students in 2017

Rohit started leading all the protests against fee hikes, increased electricity charges, library fund cuts, hostel shortage and time and dress restrictions on university students.[2]Template:Self-published inline He has always been critical of MGCU VC (Arvind Agrawal) for his university policies and accused him of destroying the university.[2]Template:Self-published inline joined ABVP and became Nagar Sh-Mantri (Deputy-Secretary), Motihari[2]Template:Self-published inline

Due to heavy protest of students, university held a meeting on 21 & 22 July 2018. MGCU VC chaired the meeting and Rohit represented the university students including the representatives of various departments in the meeting.[3]Template:Primary source inline Rohit became noted for his role in Mahatma Gandhi Central University protests while addressing a joint press conference held by MGCU administration.[4]

Rohit leaded the protest demanding removal of MGCU VC (Arvind Agarwal) and got support from several political parties and students' organization of India. The protest was called off after resignation of VC.[2]Template:Self-published inline[1]Template:Self-published inline