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New-Delhi Delhi University
Written by Deepali Aggarwal

NEW DELHI! The capital and heart of India is a lovely place to visit and surely to live. It can be exciting at times and sometimes dangerous also. Sometimes it is so welcoming and surprising that you would never think of leaving this place but sometimes it may be predictable and hostile. You can find almost everything in Delhi whether it’s highly stylish and expensive accessories, clothes or simple roadside food items for which this place is really known for. Delhi has the power to lure people from different corners of the nation with a hope of better life.
During this time when the admissions for undergraduate programme are going on in the Delhi University there would be many outstation students aspiring to be a part of the University. They would be among the freshest faces to join the millions of students that have made Delhi their home. The first thing you should know is how you can easily travel in the city. Well Delhi is well connected by DTC buses, both A/C and non-A/C. It will suit your pocket more if you also get a student pass which will be valid in all DTC buses. For the pass you can visit any of the DTC depot, there is one in the north campus also. While traveling by bus remember to be careful for pick pocket. However, the Delhi metro is one of the most convenient and economical modes of transportation in the city with a women only compartment in the beginning of every train. It is better if you get a metro card as it will save you from standing in queues for getting tokens and will also let you avail a ten percent discount. Metro is available till 11:30 p.m.    
 Since not all DU colleges provide hostel facility so for accommodation you can apply in any of the PGs (paying guests) or hostels in the north campus of Delhi University.  It is a good alternative as it saves your transportation cost and time. Also it cost around 5000 to 7000 per month with food generally. Most of them also provide Wi-Fi connectivity.
If you are a shopper you would definitely like janpath which is just off Connaught place (CP) in central New Delhi. Chandani chowk forms one of the main shopping areas in Delhi, there are big showrooms and small shops in the by lanes. Other good places are saket, south extension, lajpat nagar, Punjabi bagh, kamla nagar and many more. I guess now you all know Delhi little more as there is a lot more about this beautiful city. Welcome to DELHI!!!


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