The Students’ Federation of India (SFI) Delhi, extends its assistance for admission to prestigious private and government universities in Delhi for the new academic year.
The Students’ Federation of India (SFI) Delhi has published admission helpline numbers offering assistance to students seeking admission in central universities like DU, JNU, JMI and others in Delhi NCR like Ambedkar University, Indraprastha University, Shiv Nadar and South Asian University in admission procedures and clarifications. There are specific numbers for students to contact for seeking assistance related to entrance examinations, post-cut-off release course of action and for even availing seat in hostels. They also cater to the needs of PWD, female and outstation students for assuring a smooth admission process for all.
SFI has remained at the forefront in all matters concerning the welfare of students and we hope to fruitfully aid students who are seeking admission in Delhi. It is our goal to ensure that students face no deterrents in their educational pursuits and to encourage the student community’s participation in helping their fellow juniors.Sumit Kataria, President of SFI Delhi in conversation with DU Beat.
They also provide guidance to students facing adversities in understanding the information due to language barriers. Students can even seek guidance by contacting them on their social media handle @sfidelhi on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
It feels great that organizations are taking initiatives towards helping us. It is an extremely unfortunate situation and our batch is going through a major fear of a stable career in future. The notices and information shared by The Delhi University in its bulletin are quite ambiguous, efforts towards an explanation of the same are worthy of high appreciation.Satvik Gupta, a DU aspirant says to DU Beat.
SFI Delhi endeavours to make the admission process easier and to alleviate the possible distress experienced by the students during admissions.
Many of us studying in Delhi had sought the assistance from volunteers of SFI Delhi. There are even students who stay back in Delhi during their vacation to provide help to students and parents who find it difficult to navigate through the procedures. It significantly reduces the burden on students and acts as a huge relief.Pritish Menon, Secretary of SFI Delhi, in conversation with DU Beat.
The rise of the pandemic has created uncertainties in the minds of the students. The anxieties associated with the admission process and cut-offs particularly in light of the various alterations of the COVID-19 situation has further added to the pressure of students. The academic year for the new batch is beginning considerably late in comparison to the regular DU academic calendar. The information on the website appears overwhelming to many students, especially in the present circumstances. The educational aid provided by SFI helps students tackle all these difficulties and access the right information.
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