Senior students from the second year and third year have been helping the DU freshers in all possible ways. The online semester is being harsh on everyone and especially on the freshers. Hence, they need constant guidance and support which is being provided by the seniors through virtual meetings and other digital platforms.
The days of ragging are no more. Hence, the seniors these days have been constantly gaining a reputation by assisting juniors.
Table of Contents
- 1 Assistance provided by seniors for DU Freshers:
- 2 HOW ARE DU SOCIETIES KEEPING UP WITH THE ENERGY OF THE FRESHERS?
- 3 Words by DU Freshers on their college life and seniors:
- 4 DU: NOW TRENDS IN COMMERCE AND ARTS; PICTURE CHANGED IN THE LAST DECADE
Assistance provided by seniors for DU Freshers:
Even during the times of admissions, these seniors had been working round the clock helping DU freshers. They had been skipping their online classes and had organized help desks for students. Due to the covid-19 spread, the varsity has shifted to the online mode in admissions and classes. Hence, it has been very difficult for newbies. However, these senior students have risked their lives in the pandemic and came to the colleges for assistance.
Therefore, the new entrants who have never witnessed college life are getting their queries solved. Seniors from all DU colleges are constantly being in touch with freshmen through virtual meets. They have already given an insight into the college societies, extra curriculum, etc. DU Freshers are also celebrating online freshers and are given virtual college tour through video sharing. Hence, the second and third-year students have left no stone unturned in uniting the freshers and solving problems.
Words by DU Freshers on their college life and seniors:
Aarushi Singh, a fresher from Dalaut Ram College says, ” The seniors have helped them in all possible ways. They have even recommended books and given tips to succeed in the new system of the online semester.”
Tejas Malhotra, a new student from Sri Aurobindo College says, “Seniors have been a constant help in taking important decisions wisely.” Hence, the virtual one to one conversation has proved its worth. Juniors are getting books and subject recommendations, society recommendations, and many more. Therefore, all students can partly enjoy college life even when the colleges are shut down.
The pandemic helped the students develop this bond of unity. The senior students have highlighted the pros and cons of the college which made the newcomers decide the best for them. Be it admissions or college life, DU Freshers never felt alone.