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Delhi University made a big decision, now will give reservations to these children in all courses


Delhi University has made a big decision. The university will give reservations to single girl children from the upcoming academic session.

If you are also thinking of studying at Delhi University, then this news can prove to be useful for you. DU has made a big announcement for all the courses of the upcoming academic session, which will help many female students. DU will give seats to single girl children under additional quota in graduation and post-graduation courses from this academic year, that is, those girls who are the only children of their parents will get a seat in DU. This was announced by DU Registrar Vikas Gupta on Tuesday.

Offering for the first time

Gupta said in a press conference, "The new academic session is expected to start from August 1." Registrar Vikas Gupta announced this during the launch of the CSAS portal for admission to graduation courses. He said, "We will offer one seat each under additional quota in graduation and post-graduation courses from this academic session." Let us inform you that this is the first time that the university is giving seats to single girl children under an additional quota.

This announcement was made last year

Last year, the university started giving two seats each under an additional quota to orphans in all graduation and postgraduation courses. Delhi University announced the policy and launch of admission in its various graduation, postgraduation, and PhD courses for the academic year 2023-24. On this occasion, the new exam portal - CSAS (UG) was also launched.

69 colleges with DU

DU offers 79 UG programs and 183 BA courses through its 69 colleges. About 71,000 seats are available in the colleges. Additionally, there are around 1,550 unique programs and other college combinations offered by the university.

He further said that DU will admit 20 percent additional students under General, OBC, and EWS categories for each program in each college and 30 percent additional students under SC/ST/PwBD categories to fill the maximum number of seats. "To avoid overcrowding in classes, the existing 30 percent reservation for "additional students" in SC/ST and Persons with Benchmark Disability (PwBD) categories will be reduced to 15 percent in colleges with a withdrawal rate of less than 5 percent."

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