Students from Northeast region seek admission in Delhi University

New Delhi, July 2 (ANI): Admission in colleges across New Delhi is in full swing. Like every year, Delhi University colleges are attracting students from the Northeastern states. Hannah, who hails from Mizoram, has chosen Delhi University to be her choice for higher studies. Better facilities and infrastructure at colleges in the national capital attracts many like her. They prefer courses like Political Science, Botany, English and Mathematics. Various Northeast student organizations have set up helpdesks to assist and guide the applicants. They help the newcomers in filling up forms, choosing colleges, accommodation and completing other basic formalities. The Naga Students Union, Kuki Student Union Delhi and Bodo Student Union Delhi and many more organizations are helping the students, who have come to Delhi for the first time. Jul 2, 2014

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