DU Facilitation Center: DU Students will not have to go to North or South Campus for any document related work. Delhi University (DU) will open a facilitation center in South Extension area of South Delhi. Thousands of students of South and South-East Delhi will get the benefit of this center.
This will also reduce the burden on these campuses significantly. If all goes well, the facilitation center will start functioning in a few months. For this the engineering department of DU has started preparing.
Donated property for DU Facilitation Center
Dean of College Prof. Balram Pani told that DU has got the property of South Extension in donation. It will be developed as a facilitation center, so that the students get convenience. Another DU official said that there is a single floor building in P-53 South Extension. Although the building is quite old. Late Pandit Madan Mohan Kaul donated this property to DU before 1970. It is built in 200 yards.
Acting Vice Chancellor Prof. PC Joshi, Joint Registrar, officials of the Engineering Department inspected the property and discussed the implementation of the facility.
DU Facilitation Center will be available for
A computer center will be set up here once the facilitation center is started. Offices will be built for the staff. From admission to degree, the work will be completed this way.
Fee submission for online admission, document verification, correction of errors in examination form, mark sheet, provisional degree, migration, degree related work will be done.
DU will also open facilitation centers at Roshanpura and Najafgarh in outer Delhi. More than 10 thousand DU students of outer, western and south western districts will get a lot of convenience from this. If Haryana is included then this number increases further. After Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, the maximum number of students from Haryana apply in DU.
They have to travel a long way to reach the campus. DU has 16.35 acres of land in Roshanpura village. There is also a plan to open a women’s college here. The DU administration informed that the proposal of the college has been passed by the Building and Works Committee. The likely expenditure has also been decided and now the University Grants Commission has been applied for the grant. The construction work will start as soon as the grant is passed.
Delhi University (DU) Land Area statistics
- Total -198.67 acres in North Campus
- Total – 64.65 acres in South Campus
- Vacant land of DU in different areas (in acres)
- In Maris Nagar-6
- Mall Road- 2
- Dhaka – 12.76
- Bawana’s Shahbad Daulatpur–46.41
- Surajmal Vihar of Karkardooma – 15.24
- Roshanpura village of Najafgarh – 16.35
- Sector 22 of Dwarka – 1.97