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Hansraj College's Open Day sees plenty of queries

A large number of prospective students flocked the Open Day session held at Hansraj College to clear doubts on Friday.

This is the first time that colleges are individually holding Open Day session. Before this, only the Delhi University's Conference Centre hosted the Open Day session.

An official estimated that around 6,000 students attended the Open Day sessions held over the last few weeks.

Inaugurating the session, Hansraj College principle Dr Rama Sharma said:

"Hansraj College is among the top colleges in India. It's ranked number one in Delhi for science and has a long tradition of preserving culture and teaching Indian values to students."

The session was presided over by Dr Gurpreet Tuteja and Dr Amrita Bajaj, who were also involved in the University's Open Day session.

During the session, change in the monetary policy of the University was also discussed in detail.

The session also saw a plethora of queries on extra-curricular activities (ECA) quota.

It was clarified that if a candidate appears for activity trials and has no certificate, then a school recommendation letter would suffice as well.

On OBC quota, the officials said that once income goes above Rs 6 lakh, even for non-creamy layer applicants, the candidate will be considered for admission under general category and not OBC category.

Additionally, income certificate as latest as six months must be produced.

For BA Economics (Hons) applicants, Mathematics must be a compulsory subject till Class XII.
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