HT panel starts counselling
With an aim to clear students’ doubts on the Delhi University admission procedure, the Hindustan Times began its four-day counselling session on Thursday at Shah Auditorium, Civil Lines.
“Among other doubts, the students wanted to know the career opportunities available immediately after graduation, which I think is the biggest question of all,” said Chatterjee. Chaturvedi handled queries related to commerce courses and demystified the students’ various admissions related confusions.
Ananya Chauhan, a B.Com aspirant, had this to say about the session: “Expert advice is always helpful. Before coming here, I had a lot of confusion over college selections. Now, after listening to them, I feel a lot relieved.” Those who could not make it to the venue on Thursday can attend the sessions, which will continue in the same venue, on Friday from 10:30 am to 5:30 pm. The sessions will be held at Kamala Nehru College, Khel Gaon Marg, on Saturday and Sunday.
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