DU makes provision for quota
OBC students have been asked to mention their status in admission forms for graduate courses as per the varsity directive.delhi Updated: May 25, 2007 17:47 IST
Delhi University, in its admission process for the next academic year, has made a provision for Other Backward Classes (OBC) students in case the Supreme Court gives a green signal to the quota policy in time.
OBC candidates have been asked to mention their status in the admission form for graduate courses. DU’s dean of students’ welfare SK Vij said the university was in the process of gathering data on students under the category in order to make the “admission process smoother.”
“If we get any direction from the human resource development ministry on the quota issue, we will act accordingly,” Vij told reporters, while announcing the date of the availability of the admission forms.
The sale and receipt of forms for admissions to over 70 colleges are affiliated to the university will start on June 1 and will continue till June 15. The Supreme Court has issued an injunction on a new law providing for 27 per cent quota for OBC students in centrally funded institutes of higher education.
First Published: May 23, 2007 11:08 IST