On the flip side, men in the Business School often wished for more women study buddies.
If potential lovers weren't meeting in the classroom, the university needed a better platform for both sexes to interact.
"Apps give you an option to find people and if you're really interested in someone, you won't mind taking a step ahead to know them better," he says.
Resistance among the rest Those not resorting to online apps and social media do so because of a variety of reasons.
Says 18-year-old Priya Singh, "It gets easier to know someone's likes and dislikes through social media.
And especially if you've met once before, it becomes easier to communicate with them." Many resort to online dating since there's some suspense value to it, negating the dullness factor that breeds from familiarity.
But Date My School has inched its way in and formed a niche for students searching for a boyfriend or girlfriend who shares the same educational goals and understands school comes first on the priority list.
In spite of the fling dating lifestyle popular these days, Campus Flirts chooses to be different by sticking to the traditional model of dating and by offering an online venue to those who believe in the same philosophy.
For now however, all services are being provided free of charge until further notice.
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For the sake of privacy and verification of a student's college email ID, we do not allow any online social networking based sign-ups.
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