Delhi Univ sets up admissions centres only for people with disabilities
June 11, 2016
The Delhi University has set up dedicated centres to assist applicants with disabilities in filling up online registration forms for admission to undergraduate courses.
A team of trained volunteers, teachers and counselors, will help applicants to ensure that forms are filled correctly.
The centres are at the the Equal Opportunity Cell on North Campus and at the Joint Dean Students' Welfare Office on South Campus until 19 June.
Volunteers are available only on the North Campus.
So far 423 applicants have registered under the Persons with Disabilities category more than 50 aspirants have taken assistance from the help desks.
The centres are also providing wheelchairs during the admission process.
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