Pranav Singh, a student from BSc Hons. Studying at Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Science create the application DU Waale. Hence, he used his free time in the lockdown to help and benefit his fellow students. Therefore, the application DU Waale was created this month. All the study materials required for DU students are now available at the tap of a finger.
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The benefits of the DU Waale app:
Ever since the covid-19 pandemic and its subsequent lockdown, it has been very difficult for students to procure the study materials and books. Hence, they cant even visit college libraries. Before the pandemic, students also had an option to borrow books from seniors. However, with everyone shut in their homes, this option is also not available.
However, with the assistance of the DU Waale app, students can easily download as well as upload study material. The download will be completely free of cost. Hence, students can now easily study for their exams. With a single finger tap, they can get access to all the required study material easily.
Launched in February, the DU Waale application has already more than 500 downloads. Hence, it got a decent response from the DU students. Therefore, the creator Pranav Singh will now work on creating audiobooks of the available books and materials. It will help visually challenged students with studying.
Pranav Singh, the BSc Hons. DU student from Bhaskaracharya College says that he wanted to help his fellow DU peers. His main motive was to assist those students who didn’t have money to buy books. Hence, this inspired him to create the application DU Waale. He adds, “Colleges were closed but online examinations continued. Campus photocopy and book shops, as well as libraries, were shut.” Therefore, he realized the need to create an application.