Delhi University ready to implement OBC quota, admissions forms available from June 01
May 22: Delhi University, one of the premier educational institutions in the capital, which attracts students all across the country has yesterday announced admission schedule for all undergraduate courses for the coming session. However, the university authorities have also announced that it has kept all possible options open for the purposed 27 per cent OBC quota, pending in the Supreme Court.
In this way the students can mention their OBC category in pre-admission forms. Admission forms will be available from the June 01, and will continue till June 15.
The Dean of Students Welfare (DSW), Prof. S.K.Vij said that we have opened our option for OBC reservation as the issue is yet to be resolved by the apex court. â??In future if we get any direction from the HRD ministry then we will work accordingly. It is better to collect data of all OBC students,â?? he said in a press conference.
â??As far as infrastructure for implementing the quota is concerned, it also becomes important to have the actual data of OBC students so that we can be able to present our demands to the government,â?? he said.
Meanwhile, confusions have build up over the number of seats available for undergraduate courses for this session. Official on Monday declared that 35,000 seats are available for non-professional science, commerce and humanities courses. Earlier it was 43,000 for the 2006 session, which further dropped the seats for general category to 27,000.
Clarifying this, Prof.Vij said that the mentioned 43,000 was for all UG, PG and professional courses and this could have been a typing error. As far as seats in each college are concerned, DU official has asked each college authority to submit their intake capacity and only on the basis of this the seats can be decided and it may also fluctuate in different courses, he said.
However, DU has indicated that it is ready to implement OBC quota if it gets any positive sign form SC and government.
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