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Students Denied Admission in UR Category - DSW Urges Colleges to Take Measures

By - | July 04, 2016 12:19 PM | 2 minute read
Students Denied Admission in UR Category - DSW Urges Colleges to Take Measures
Highlights: DSW writes to colleges asking them to ensure a student gets admission if he/she has the required percentage irrespective of the category they belong to.

University of Delhi or Delhi University declared its first cut-off list on 29th June’ 16. Soon after the cut off list was declared students starting complaining that they are not given admission under unreserved categories if they belong to the reserved categories even though they have required percentage.
To solve this issue the Dean of Students’ Welfare (DSW) wrote a letter to all the colleges requesting them to make sure that a student gets admission if he or she has the required percentage.
In the letter, the DSW wrote that it is completely not acceptable to deny admission if the student belongs to the reserved category but wants to take admission in the unreserved category.
He also said that the college has to give admission to the student if he or she is meeting the required criteria and have the necessary documents.
To discuss this matter student associations like the Student’s Federation of India and Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) met with the Dean of Student’s Welfare (DSW).

About University of Delhi:
The University of Delhi informally known as Delhi University is a public central collegiate university, located in New Delhi, India. It is known for its high standards in teaching and research, as well as the eminent scholars that it attracts to its faculty.

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