Keeping in view the needs of disabled students, Delhi University (DU) is training a team of volunteers and teachers to make admission process friendlier for disabled students. All these trained volunteers and teachers will help them in completing their forms and formalities of the admission process. The University is going to place trained volunteers and sign language experts to make it a stress-free affair for them.
Admission process at DU will start from June 1. 'A centre has also been set up at the DSW office for disabled students where they can purchase and deposit the admission forms as well as counselling for admissions.' Hearing and visually impaired students will also be assisted by a team of sign language experts and interpreters. 'We will have volunteers to assist the visually impaired students too. They will help in completing their forms which are also available in Braille,' said S. K. Vij Dean Students' Welfare.
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