Students will be able to get clarifications conveniently
Jasleen Kaur | April 26, 2010
Students seeking admission into Delhi University (DU) will be able to ask queries through web chat from the next academic session. This is the new facility being introduced by the university, which already provides guidance to students through telephone helplines and community radio during admission process.
It will be in the form of an interactive question-answer sessions where students will be able to ask questions related to the admissions in various undergraduate courses. The link will be active on DU website http://www.du.ac.in The information will be provided by the experts in the field. Different experts will be available on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Following is the schedule for the online session.
On 30.04.2010 – for admission in BBS, BBE and BFIA. On 04.05.2010 – for admission in undergraduate courses. On 07.05.2010 – for admission in B.El and B.Ed. On 11.05.2010 – for admission to CATE. On 14.05.2010 – for admission in journalism/media.
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