Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Strict reservations in private colleges


Up to half of the seats are reserved for categories

Benefit of online admissions

Inter to degree new approach from this year

Amravati: The state government has taken steps to allot seats to poor students as per reservations in private colleges offering inter and degree courses. The magic of private educational institutions offering admissions arbitrarily will not be thwarted by online admissions. From the academic year 2020-21, with the introduction of online admissions in Inter and Degree Colleges, the Rule of Reservation will be strictly enforced in private educational institutions as well. It is learned that Special General Secretary for Higher Education Satish Chandra has already issued GO 34 on admissions in degree colleges. Seats will be filled on merit basis following reservations.

Details of Admissions on Board Website ..

The board has completed preparations to conduct admissions online, including admissions to inter colleges. The duty procedures for online admissions were embedded in the website on Monday night. Inter-Board Secretary V Ramakrishna said online admissions would be made to all junior colleges in the state. It was clarified that seats will be allotted on reservation basis. Fill in the details through the student login and select five colleges in order of preference. The allotment letter will appear on the website indicating the college details for which the seat has been secured. You can join the college by paying the prescribed fee.

Only 40 people per section.

All the while private colleges are admitting students at will, ignoring the inter-board schedule. According to the CBSE regulations, only 40 people have to be added to the section.

Compulsory  reservations ..

According to the latest rules, 15 per cent of the total seats in the respective colleges should be allotted to SC students and 6 per cent to STs. Backward classes will be allotted 29 per cent seats, of which BC ‘A’ will be 7 per cent, BC ‘B’ 10 per cent, BC ‘C’ 1 per cent,  BC ‘D’,  7 per cent and BC ‘E’ students 4 per cent. 3 per cent seats should be allotted to the disabled, 5 per cent under the NCC and sports quota and 3 per cent to the children of ex-servicemen. In addition, 33.33 per cent of the seats in the respective categories should be reserved for girls. As the Inter Board conducts admissions online, seats will be available for students of the respective categories as per the rules.

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