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Mobile apps make start of campus life for Delhi University students easier!

Sunday, 27 July 2014 - 12:42pm IST | Place: New Delhi | Agency: PTI

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Gone are the days when freshers were clueless about their way around Delhi University campus as a number of mobile apps are now providing all kind of information including about courses, PG accommodation and hangout places.

Ahead of admission season, the University of Delhi had launched an Android phone application -- DU UG Admissions -- which provided students with information about the schedule, courses, colleges besides other details. 

While the application launched by the university might not be of much help to locate the "fun zones" around the campus, there are a couple of apps created by students which give all kind of "informal" information. One of them is 'Just DU Things' which was launched in July. The app's co-creator Paras Jain says it has it all what a fresher would need for a "smooth and happening" campus life. "It is divided into five segments -- news, hangouts, jobs, internships, gossip and downloads. The app isn't just a document diary providing information about the notices or announcements made by the university, but also what a fresher looks forward to informally as in the hangout zones, information about cultural fests and much more," Jain, also a student of College of Vocational Studies, said.

The app was also of great help to students at the time of enrolling in colleges as it provided them with an option to compare various courses and colleges on the basis of several parameters including faculty and placement record.

The hangout segment also offers an option of accessing an integrated Google map of the restaurant or the hangout spot along with its review at Zomato.com. Niyati Aggarwal of Kamla Nehru College, who is also part of the app's team, said, "We are also planning to add another segment called 'DU deals'. We will tie up with certain coaching centres, restaurants and xerox shops to offer a discount to our app users." 


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