The University of Delhi (DU) will soon be building a dedicated campus to teach and promote research work in the field of Plant science at Shahbad Dairy in the Rohini area of the national capital. The university has announced that the new campus will focus on teaching and research in various branches of botany, including agriculture, agriculture and genetics.
The Delhi University unit led by its Vice-Chancellor is acting Prof. PC Joshi explored the location of a new research center. Soon, there will be a center to assist students in accessing various services including obtaining certificates at Shahbad Dairy, the University said.
Ref. Prof. PC Joshi and a team from the University visited the genetic research center at Shahbad Dairy.
Currently, the DU has no studies in agriculture or forestry. The proposed research center at Shahbad Dairy may be established on 40 hectares allocated to DU by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA).
The DU reportedly plans to open a college in Roshanpura near Najafgarh for students from rural areas.
Meanwhile, the university has begun the process of admitting foreign students to undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It invites online applications to the official website of the Foreign Students’ Registry (FSR) fsr2021.du.ac.in. The application process started on April 8 for the 2021-2022 study session. An online application for an MBA and Ph.D in the Faculty of Management will be accepted until April 30 while the UG and PG programs deadline are May 31 and June 29 respectively.