By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter
New Delhi: With the admission process for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in major universities in India about to start, the Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) unit of Muslim Student Federation organised a 10-day admission assistance camp outside JMI in Jamia Nagar.
The camp was organised from May 16 to May 25 in which hundreds of students benefitted from free forms filling to knowing the admission procedure at JMI, Delhi University and Jawaharlal Nehru university.
This is the third year in a row that such a camp has been organised by MSF, the student organisation of Indian Union Muslim League.
“This camp benefitted students who come from remote areas. They don’t know the procedure of entrance and admission. Some students keep searching their entrance centres. Our teams guided them in all of these matter,” Ateeb Maaz Khan, National Joint secretary, MSF, told TwoCircles.net.
According to Aijaz Karim, General Secretary, MSF Delhi, organising such camps is very important from people who come from rural areas. “They don’t know about the admission procedures and thus they are not able to secure admissions in prestigious universities,” he added.