Student volunteers help candidates spot good colleges

Stefanie Botelho's picture
Tuesday, August 5, 2014

For the first time this year, Anna University officials sought the help of students to manage the crowd during the single window counselling for engineering courses.

First-year students helped the candidates or their parents get ready for counseling sessions. But, more importantly, they also advised students on what they should look for when they chose a college.

Engineering college principals and officials have always maintained that candidates should do their homework before choosing a college. Students of the College of Engineering, Guindy, who were part of the volunteering group, and some seniors played a pivotal role in many cases. One third-year student said candidates were told to avoid colleges that lacked infrastructure.

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