DUSU (Delhi University Students’ Union) set up online and multilingual help desks with nearly 500 volunteers and interns for assisting aspirants in UG admissions.
In the Delhi University (DU), with the admissions procedure kicking off, student unions and other youth wings of different political parties are gearing up to help freshers by arranging help desks and online counselling facilities. On Monday, Delhi University Student Union (DUSU) set up online and multilingual help desks with around 500 volunteers and interns for assisting aspirants in Undergraduate (UG) admissions and making the helping process more inclusive.
For the expediency of students all over the country getting admitted through online measures, DUSU has set up ‘online assistance desks’ with volunteers and interns working from home and on the University admission field. They are providing help in every matter of concern regarding the admissions and making sure that language doesn’t act as a hurdle for them to clear their doubts. These doubts are being attended to by the DUSU volunteers through the official email and social media handles with multi-lingual succor for every student coming from the various regions.Akshit Dhaiya, President, DUSU.
This effort by the DUSU is a great step ahead on the path towards bringing inclusive helplines and redressal methods for students across Delhi University.
You can reach the helpline at [email protected]
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