GGSIP University will have a separate hostel for international students

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University has made the decision to have a separate hostel for international students after witnessing an increase in the number of admissions of international students to colleges affiliated with the university.

Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University has made the decision to have a separate hostel for international students after witnessing an increase in the number of admissions of international students to colleges affiliated with the university. (Source: ipu.ac.in)

GGSIPU 2022: Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) has drawn up a plan for a separate hostel for international students for their convenience, according to information shared by Vice Chancellor Mahesh Verma.

PURPOSE BEHIND THIS DECISION

  • According to the Vice-Chancellor, the decision was made due to an increase in the admission of international students to the university’s affiliated colleges

  • Over 100 international students are currently enrolled at the university and its affiliated colleges, mainly from Nepal, Bhutan, and Gulf countries and Africa.

  • Their numbers are growing every year, Verma said after issuing a separate admissions brochure for international students for the 2022-23 academic year.

THE UNIVERSITY OFFERS DIFFERENT COURSES

  • Shailendra Singh Parihar, the registrar of the university said that the university has so many advantages which attract international students

  • The university offers a range of academic programs, is strategically located near Delhi airport and has 15% more seats for international students, Mr Parihar said in describing the university.

LAST DATE OF REGISTRATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

International students wishing to apply to the university can download the application form from http://www.ipu.ac.in/intaff.php. The deadline for submitting online and offline application forms is June 30.

OTHER DETAILS

According to the university, applicants for ICCR scholarships will receive first preference for admissions. The remaining seats will be filled by other international candidates based on their qualifying exam results.

BAMS, BHMS and B. Sc Yoga programs available at affiliated institutes of the university are reserved for ICCR sponsored candidates. “English proficiency test scores from TOEFL or IELTS are required to apply through this route. However, applicants from Nepal and Tibet are exempt,” the university said.

(With PTI inputs)

Linda G. Ibarra