CIC student creates webinar for aspirants

  • Gauri Kohli, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Jun 18, 2014 12:20 IST

A student of Delhi University’s Cluster Innovation Centre will host a live telecast of a webinar, Google-Hangout on Air. The webinar is a very innovative ICT tool that will serve as a platform for aspirants to put forward their queries related to CIC admissions, programmes, activities, etc.

The webinar will constitute senior faculty members and students who will share their personal experiences and perspectives.

“This allows aspirants to relate to the programme and the institution. We have released a web form where aspirants are expected to submit their queries and doubts. These will be cleared by a panel on the day of the webinar. The webinar can be accessed live from the YouTube channel of CIC. The link to the telecast will be available on the Facebook Page of CIC. The recorded telecast of the same can later be accessed at any later date,” says Sahil Mathur, a fourth-year BTech student who works with outreach programmes for undergraduate admission in technology offered at CIC.

Students can look at a link of an experimental webinar conducted last year, which drew about 400 views at

Faculty members from CIC, who will be guiding students include Professor Madan Chatuervedi, director, and Dr Sukrita Paul Kumar. Students from diverse academic disciplines, young entrepreneurs and heads of popular societies will also be part of it. The session will have information, including introduction about CIC, honorary and visiting professors, including some Nobel laureate(s), infrastructure, MoU and partnerships of the centre, programme discussions, campus activities etc.

CIC offers the following courses: a four-year bachelor of technology (BTech) degree in innovation with information technology and mathematics. A four-year bachelor of technology (BTech) in humanities (Meta College) and master’s of mathematics education degree (Meta University). Admissions begin on June 24 and the process will go on for a month.

To get admission to CIC, a student needs to first get admission in any of the DU colleges and then apply to CIC. Visit for more information and updates.

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