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Help-desks Set up for North-East Students in DU
Various student unions have set up help desk as to help the students coming from North- Eastern parts of India to take admission in Delhi University.
There are several thousand students studying in various colleges of Delhi University. These students associated with different students association are coming frnt oward to help students from their respective states.
“ We are trying our best to help the students hailing from NE. We are providing all the possible help to them. These new students are asking lots of questions regarding number of good colleges, where to pursue the courses.” etc, said a member of All Assamese Student Association (ASA).
Since this year DU admission process went online, students have lots of confusions regarding admission. Lots of students approcehd these students' association to get their doubts clarified.
To help the students of Nagaland, students from Nagaland also came forward to help new students from Nagaland. “ We are organizing help desk every year and lots of students are takingthe benefits. We are also trying to help these students in finding suitable accomodation,” said an member of Naga Students’ Union, Delhi.
Event hailing from Meghalay are also getting help from the student union of their state.
Both the parents and aspiring students have hailed the efforts of these students union to help the fellow students from their state.
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.
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