DU Admission 2016 Student Unions set up helpdesks for NE students


NEW DELHI, Jun 18 : With an endeavor to help the students from North East choose the best colleges in Delhi University, different student associations and unions have come forward with a kind gesture to help the youngsters by setting up admission help desk.
There are many students from the North East who aspire to pursue their higher studies from one of the best colleges in Delhi University and the student unions and associations are doing all they can to help them accomplish their dreams.
“We are reaching out to the people and giving them the right information about the facts and the reality and telling them that there are a number of colleges within the university which are good for various disciplines,” said Parash Moni, a member of the All Assamese Students Association (AASA).
“The people have a lot of confusion with regard to which course to study and which not. We are assisting them by giving them proper information and the response is overwhelming,” he added.
Moni further said several students are given the right assistance on how to fill up the form, as Delhi University, unlike previous years, has gone completely online for undergraduate admissions for the academic session 2016-2017.
Similarly, the Naga Students’ Union, Delhi (NSUD), has also set up a help desk for a week at Nagaland House here for hassle-free online registration.
Naga Students Union, Delhi president Phungshok Khonreiwoshi said they organize this programme every year so that the students do not face any problem in filling up the online forms.
“Hundreds of students come to Delhi for admission every year and they face a lot of problem in filling up the online forms. So, we the Naga Students’ Union Delhi, as a body that looks after the affairs of community here in Delhi, organize this every year as an annual programme,” he added.
The students aspiring to get admissions in various colleges of Delhi University this year hailed this initiative.
“With the help of NSUD, I could fill up the form so easily and I am thankful to them. I have applied for Economics honors and hopefully I am looking forward to get through a top college may be like Saint Stephen’s and SRCC,” said Vincent, a student from Manipur.
The student unions are also providing free laptop, free Wifi service, free scanner and a printer to admission seekers for smooth conduct of the admission procedure.
There are more than 70 colleges under the prestigious Delhi University. ––ANI


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