New Delhi: Come academic year 2016, students at Delhi University’s South Campus will not be able to use the excuse of bad traffic and poor connectivity for being late to class.
The South Campus of the university is not as accessible for students as the North Campus, which has had Metro connectivity for around 10 years now. But, with a Metro station under construction in front of Sri Venkateswara College, students will be able to travel between the two campuses in just 35 minutes.
“The South Campus station is placed at a very strategic location. We are expecting a ridership of 20,000 daily,” DMRC spokesperson Anuj Dayal said on Friday. He added that the Vishwavidalaya station, which caters to the North Campus, has a daily footfall of 25,000.