On disembarkation, go to immigration checkpoint and complete the formalities.
As per the guidelines of the Government of India, International Students (except for the students from Nepal & Bhutan) have to register with local Foreigner Regional Registration Office (FRRO) within 14 days of their arrival in India. Very next day of arrival in MM (DU) Campus, student should visit Department of International Affairs, complete all the admission related process, show original educational documents, deposit the due fee and apply for Registration with FRRO.
Moving to a foreign country means more than just leaving friends and family. When you move to a new country, be prepared for some change, including food, climate, cultural, language and customs. Be mentally prepared for all. In case you face a problem in adjusting, your first point of contact should be your study advisor or mentor at your institute. You should contact them immediately for help and assistance.
Try to reach on time for your orientation and enrolment week, as during this time you can familiarize yourself with the city, the transport system, your institute and open your bank accounts etc.
Observe all security measures as you would in your home country
Please always remember that you have gone overseas for you study purpose. Do not indulge in any activities that might hamper your studies or result in deportation from the country.
To help you adapt to the new surrounding away from your home easily, the MM (DU) appoints a study advisor or mentor for students coming from abroad. In case you require assistance at the campus during your period of acclimatization at the Campus, you should immediately contact your study advisor or mentor.
Try to reach on time for your orientation and enrolment week so that you familiarize yourself with the city, the transport system, your institute and open your bank accounts etc. Observe all security measures as you would do in your own country.