The admission process of students in the academic session 2020-21 in colleges affiliated to Delhi University is completely online. In such a situation, student organizations have also found a new way to connect and help students. All the leading organizations have released their helpline numbers, mail IDs, social media pages and Twitter accounts to connect with DU students. At the same time, all the student organizations have appealed to the students enrolled in DU to ask their questions through these mediums.

Ashutosh Singh, an officer of the student organization Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, says that we have issued a centralized landline number 011-27662725, WhatsApp number 9818459062 and mail id even before the cutoff. If students have problems then can mail it. Apart from this, DU colleges have been divided into 8 zones and one officer has been appointed in each zone. These officials will try to resolve the problems faced by the students in the respective zones. 

– DTA has also formed a committee
to address the complaints related to admission, Aam Aadmi Party teacher organization Delhi Teachers Association (DTA) and student organization unit CYSS have formed a committee to resolve the complaints related to the admission process in DU. The committee consists of senior professors, staff and students of Delhi University. DTA convenor Hansraj Suman appealed to the students and their parents to fill the admission form while staying at home. Also, during the admission, if there is any problem related to the absence of any certificate, caste certificate or any kind of error, then the student should contact the college or university. 

Whatsapp helpline number
9810584409, 9810119138, 9873709394, 9873898728, 9818409601

NSUI sought complaint by sharing the number The 
student organization NSUI has also sought complaint from students on the Delhi NSUI page. Apart from this, shared the number of office bearers of his Delhi state. NSUI Delhi Pradesh President Akshay Lakra says that due to admission online, we are not able to communicate directly with the students, but we are connecting through online, digital mediums. We have also received calls on the numbers we have issued. We are connecting students directly with NSUI’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.


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