To ease the admission process in Delhi University for undergraduate courses, the varsity has introduced a mobile application for Android Operating system, named as “DU UG Admission 2014-15.”
This mobile application can be downloaded on handheld devices running on Android OS and the “App” will remain active throughout the admission season to let students and aspirants buy application forms directly through their smart phones, submit them, look for the cut-offs, enquire for any confusion or can also search for any admission-related information straight on their cell phones.
The tech-friendly aspirants may see the Google map and easy search and navigation features as well in the app, along with direct links of 64 colleges’ website. The App has the logo of Delhi University and will require Internet connectivity and a smart phone to become accessible.
The aim is to make admission process transparent, mostly online and simple to call no chaos this year, said Joint Dean Students’ Welfare Neerav Malay. He added that the ‘Admissions Assistance and Monitoring Committee’ has this responsibility to certain that no information is being withheld on any account.
The DU administration has also formed ‘flying squads’ , which is a team of DU teachers, faculty and main-staff, spread across the campuses, who will monitor the admission procedure and will also supervise whether all the rules for admissions are being followed/held smoothly or not.
This admission season, the colleges have been ordered to declare the number of students that they have enrolled with each list, on daily basis.
The Admission process in Delhi University for 54,000 seats begins from today.
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