Delhi University’s open day sessions are over but students with queries can go to the university for a face-to-face counselling session.
Student counsellors and university officials will be present at the university conference centre, room No. 5 from Tuesday to answer admission-related queries.
Those who are not in Delhi can access the university website and view the Open Day sessions.
Even on the last day of the session, several students and parents thronged North Campus to get their queries resolved.
The major point of confusion and disappointment for the students was on the rule of having mathematics compulsory to study B.com and Economics (hons).
“I am a B.com student and scored 95.6% in ISC, but since I did not study maths I will not be able to take up hons. Now I think I will have to do a normal pass course. This rule did not exist till last year,” said Naina Singh.
The varsity is also using its Community Radio to reach out to applicants. Community Radio is available on the frequency 90.4 MHz and is managed completely by a team of over 250 student volunteers.