With assignments and exams just around the corner for all the college students, it’s time to
Students belonging to disadvantaged sections including economically weaker sections (EWS/BPL), SC, ST, OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) and economically backward minorities, persons with disabilities, Kashmiri migrants, wards of war widows and ex-servicemen, shall be given free preparatory classes for postgraduate courses.
The classes, offered for entrance examinations to commerce, law, chemistry, physics, and zoology, have begun from Friday. For math, classes will begin on June 5. The highest number of registrations, 174, were received for law, followed by commerce with 94 and math with 45.
For preparatory classes for computer science, and journalism, only very few have registered and the classes have been cancelled this session.
The preparatory classes will be held till June 15, by DU professors. Entrance exams start on June 17. There will be four classes of 90 minutes each, every day, followed by panel discussions. The response has been very positive so far. There has been a 25-30% success rate in the entrance exams in the past two years and many aspirants have benefited from these classes.
The classes will be held at six venues, including Arts Faculty Extension Building and Department of Physics & Astrophysics, University of Delhi (North Campus).