Instead of filling up multiple paper forms, students will now have to undergo ‘e-Resource Centres’ to fill up online application forms that begun in Miranda House from Thursday onwards. According to the college this will be the “first step to student life management”.
Miranda House is the first college that has begun the paperless admission policy under Delhi University colleges. Using this method not only saves immense time of students but allows the opportunity to apply any additional data that is required to add during the admission process by the students which are not fed into the database.
According to a new student of Miranda House who got admitted in Mathematics Honors course, “It was a great experience. Barring the queues for verification, my admission was done in 20 minutes.”
Principal of Miranda House, Pratibha Jolly said, “Due to this process the paper component in the admission process has been reduced to less than 25%. The complete admission process including the manual verification of the document which takes the maximum time gets over in less than an hour. We started the admission process at 9am and I signed the first admission 45 minutes later.”
Adding about the benefits of the newly launched system and its wonderful system of keeping a better track of the students, she further added, “The online form will automatically take many things like the pin code if you name the state and specific area of residence of the city. After filling up this form and completing the admission process, the outstation students will just need to come once to fill in their local residence address.”
- Students will now undergo ‘e-Resource Centres’ to fill up online application forms that begun in Miranda House from Thursday onwards
- Miranda House is the first college that has begun the paperless admission policy
- This method saves immense time of students