10% quota in higher education from coming session: HRD minister Prakash Javadekar
The 10 per cent quota bill was passed in both Houses of Parliament last week and after receiving the Presidential assent, the government notified the amendment bill in its official gazette
The 10 per cent quota bill was passed in both Houses of Parliament last week and after receiving the Presidential assent, the government notified the amendment bill in its official gazette. The Constitution (103 Amendment) Act, 2019 came into force on Monday.
"We had a a meeting today (Tuesday) with the officials from the AICTE and UGC... The reservation based on economic status will be applicable from the 2019-20 academic session. Directions will be issued to the educational institutions to include the provision in their prospectus for this year.
"This quota will be implemented in the 40,000 colleges and about 900 universities in the country," Javadekar said.
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