Delhi University is on a mission to attract more students from the Northeast region, ahead of the admission process in April.
A special cell of the University has decided to reach out to schools in the Northeast states to educate them about the university’s admission process.
Not only this the prestigious educational institution has also announced two per cent benefit in cut-off for Other Backward Class (OBC) women to encourage students from reserved category.
“DU admissions committee has decided to have a special cell for North East and conduct a drive to meet students and principals in the region to educate them about the process of Delhi University admissions,” Maharaj K Pandit, who heads the committee, told reporters.
“The cell will also monitor nodal officers in every college to assist students from North East,” he said.