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The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), which is commonly known as IP University, has announced that it has launched a series of helpline numbers for admission assistance. These helpline numbers have been introduced to help all the students seeking admission to the university in their admission process.
As per the statement released by IPU, the applicants of the university who face problems in the registration process, choice filling or have any other difficulties related to the counselling for admissions can contact the helpline numbers for help. The numbers will be active between 10 am and 4:50 pm on all working days. The IPU University admission helpline numbers are:
- 011 - 25302169
- 011 - 25302170
- 011 - 25302171
An e-mail ID has also been provided by the university through which questions will be answered through email. The ID is email@example.com. Another statement declared that all students seeking admission to GGSIPU are advised to visit the websites ipu.admissions.nic.in as well as www.ipu.ac.in regularly for getting updates related to the counselling process and admissions.
On October 2, 2020, IP University had warned the students seeking admission to the varsity beware of false promises made by people regarding arranging admission to the university and the affiliated colleges through unfair means. According to a statement given by the university, several complaints have been received by IPU that some agents or touts are claiming to be representatives of the university and are assuring candidates that they can arrange for admission to different programmes of IPU through the payment of money.
IPU has also recently announced that it has started two new UG programmes - B.Sc in Medical Imaging Technology (B.Sc MIT) and B.Sc in Medical Technology Radiotherapy (B.Sc MTR) from this academic session. The classes of B.Sc MIT will be held in Holy Family Hospital Okhla while the classes of B.Sc MTR will be delivered at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, Rohini.