Officials said on Friday that a committee had been formed to address complaints about student admission to colleges connected to Delhi University.
Starting in October, Delhi University will begin accepting applications for both undergraduate and graduate admission.
In order to address this, the Delhi University students and senior professors who serve on the CYSS Admission Committee for the student organisation.
Students can send concerns about issues relating to admissions through WhatsApp and can even raise them over the phone, according to Chandramani Dev, president of the student organisation CYSS. In order to discuss and receive help with admission-related problems and issues, a variety of phone lines have been released. Sandeep Yadav -7982941393; Sonu Chaudhary -9905052529; Dhruv Gehlot -8076378293; Ravi Pandey -93195 49110; Prof. Hansraj Suman -9717586587; etc. are a few of the numbers that have been listed.
Additionally, students can discuss and mention their issues via email. Additionally, students can voice their worries on WhatsApp by dialling 8588833485. According to Delhi Teachers Association President Hansraj Suman, children should finish their admission requirements from home.