‘Physical visit to campus for admission futile as admin won’t entertain anyone in person’

Akshit Dahiya, president of DUSU said that he will provide the office of the students’ body to help such students who may land up at the campus.
Delhi University

New Delhi, Oct 11 : A day before the start of admissions at the Delhi University (DU), the officials have cautioned applicants not to visit the university campus to apply for their admissions as the whole process of admission this year will be conducted online. The officials also said that the university would not entertain any physical visit regarding the admissions.

“We have also repeatedly announced that applicants need not visit the campus for admissions. It might be a futile visit as no official from the administration would be present at the site. All processes have gone online and the same would be followed by the colleges as well. Anyone visiting the campus would be asked to return,” said Professor Shobha Bagai, Dean of Admissions, DU.

“All guidelines and information are given on websites of the university and colleges as well. The applicants must go through it carefully,” she added.

However, the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) said that they would make a provision for the applicants who may visit the admission cell physically. Akshit Dahiya, president of DUSU said that he will provide the office of the students’ body to help such students who may land up at the campus.

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