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Admission panels for disabled in DU Colleges

Jun 27, 2013 10:11 IST

    The Delhi university (DU) advised its all colleges to establish "special category admission enabling committees" specially for Physically disabled students and for the students who belongs to a marginalized section of the society aspiring to join new four year undergraduate course. The university has decided the deadline of 27 June 2013 to declare the names of the members of this panel on the official website of DU.

    Bipin Tiwari, Equal opportunity Cell (EOC) officer of the university said that the university has told the colleges to compose a panel dedicated to promote inclusion process so that student get familiarized with the colleges and get a chance to interact with teachers.

    This panel will facilitate the admission process to the students of scheduled tribe, scheduled caste, disabled and other backward categories. Previously, students have to fill the fees to the university by issuing slip from the college from now onwards colleges will have separate window where students can submit their fees.

    As per the guideline of the university, colleges have to update the names of the member of the committee before the declaration of the first cut off list.

    Delhi university has started a four year undergraduate program in which student will study 11 foundation courses in the starting two years, combining students who pursue academic courses along with vocational courses.

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