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Now that CBSE 2010 results have been declared and you know what your score is, it is time to work out a plan of action to secure a seat in the prestigious Delhi University. Your first step should ...
Everyone needs a room, a shelter, and a space of one's own. As you enter the admission circle in DU, there is one thing on your mind, I am speaking about outstation students and the one's who don't want to stay in their homes and are trying to break out from the monotonous routine of homely milieu. North campus, being the hub of all activity in Delhi university, everyone wants to get in the carnivalesque mood and for that accommodation is an indispensable factor.
College admissions are on, students are jumping around to get a
seat and what is important for the non capital students to get a
safe and sound place to stay in the fast and hard city. A popular
option would be to get into the college hostel but not everyone's
eligible as there is certain criteria related to percentages, a
separate cut off list, followed by an interview, assures you a room
in the college hostel. Not all DU colleges provide you with hostel
facility. But, no need to make yourself sweaty and tensed……
You have another hot option and that is if you don't get into college hostel, you can turn around and find yourself a place around campus is a good alternative.
There is a whole bunch of private hostels, rooms on rent and apartments, which are there to suit your pocket. Accommodation has never been as easy as girls have to dole out anywhere between 5,000 to 7,000 and you get a luxurious private hostel with food and electricity included. Some hostels do have air conditioned rooms to cool you, even gym facility and access to the internet is provided.
Each room accommodates two girls, has study tables, beds and an
attached bathroom. The hostel also has a TV set on each floor for
the entertainment of students. You have wide variety to choose from
if you don't have a high budget as rooms are also available for Rs.
3,000 to 4,000. The girl's hostel has set up time deadlines for
girls to ensure their safety and CCTV's also help keeping an eye on
If you don't want to be restricted by the hostel limits then rooms on rent is an option for you. There are no confines but freedom also comes with a price and for a furnished two-room apartment, you will have to shed somewhere around Rs. 8,000 a month and single rooms will cost you about Rs. 6,000.
For a fully furnished apartment, with a TV, refrigerator, bed and gas stove will cost you around Rs. 10,000. Also, each flat can be shared with two or three girls or guys. Best is the free entry and exit policy.
The options are endless and you have to make your pick … so choose wisely…
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