Outstation students hope for campus life soon
The Times of India Delhi|October 25, 2021
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New Delhi: With admissions at Delhi University gaining pace and no clarity yet on the reopening of colleges, several outstation students who took admissions at the varsity this year said that while online classes were the norm under current circumstances, they were looking forward to “live the campus life” in the near future.

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