College Admissions 2019: Ambedkar University to Implements 10 Per Cent Reservation for EWS Category
College Admissions 2019: The university, which was established by the Delhi government, is reopening its registration portal solely for students belonging to the EWS category in order to implement the 10 per cent quota.
The university, which was established by the Delhi government, is reopening its registration portal solely for students belonging to the EWS category in order to implement the 10 per cent quota.
The portal will be reopened from June 26-30 for economically weaker students for admission into undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. "The university is implementing the reservation in a phased manner. In academic session 2019-20, 10 per cent reservation will be implemented and 15 per cent will be implemented in the next academic session," the university said in a statement.
The applicants from EWS category who have already applied need not apply again. However, they need to upload relevant documents for the category, the statement said. The Human Resource Development Ministry had said it will implement 10 per cent reservation for economically weaker sections from the general category from the 2019 academic session and had directed to increase around 25 per cent seats in higher educational institutions and universities across the country.
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