Delhi University Reopen: Students not happy with Delhi University’s decision to start offline classes, told this reason

Delhi University Reopen: Students living outside Delhi are complaining that the university has asked them to return to the campus in a very short time, and has increased the PG fare due to the huge rush on the campus.

Students not happy with Delhi University’s decision to start offline classes

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Delhi University Reopen: Delhi University closed for a long time ,Delhi University, It has been opened today i.e. on 17th February. While college students are excited to go to college, students living outside Delhi are complaining that the university has asked them to return to the campus in a very short time, and has increased the PG fares due to the huge crowd on the campus. While a notification was issued announcing the resumption of in-person classes from February 17, the university had issued a letter on February 9.

A student of Kirori Mal College said that even those who are in university hostels (hostels) managed to live in, their condition is not even better. With many hostels being renovated, students are forced to find accommodation elsewhere. hostel allotment (hostel allotment) But, anyway, the seats are limited and the hostel rooms are given to the students on the basis of merit list, hence very few students get it. ,

Students upset due to campus opening on short notice

According to a PTI report, many outside students complained about being given too little notice to plan their return. He said, “I am worried because we have exams in the next 20 days. We have to solve many things and also prepare for the exam. A lot of pressure, 24-year-old Aditi Jain, a first year Masters in English student, said, “Students are in hybrid classes. (Hybrid class) were demanding but our demand was turned down.

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While second year student Oshin said, “It took us 12 hours to search for PG. The landlords have increased the rent unreasonably. They know it’s a hopeless situation with students running here and there. Even the flight ticket prices are high.

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