Mumbai: 25 per cent seats reserved for EWS in school admissions

Withstanding the technical glitches in the online application process which had deterred the admission process, the education department of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to conduct the first round of seat allocation on February 28.

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As the admission for the economically weaker sections began in Mumbai on February 9, 2017, over 3,000 applications have been received so far.

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Under the Right to Education (RTE) Act, 25 per cent seats are reserved for the economically weaker sections.

Withstanding the technical glitches in the online application process which had deterred the admission process, the education department of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to conduct the first round of seat allocation on February 28.

“We plan to hold the first round of lottery on February 28, three days after the last date of application,” said Prakash Charhate, deputy education officer, as reported in Hindustan Times.

Charhate further reiterated that first round of admission will be confirm in four days before the second round of seats allocation.

More on the news:

  • While 9,664 seats are available under the RTE admission last year, only 7,449 seats are available for this year
  • The numbers of schools have gone up to 334 from 317
  • The number of seats in pre-primary sections have also reduced to 1,884 from 3,359
  • Unlike in the previous years, government allowed schools to choose to reserved seats in the pre-primary level and in Class 1
  • Following this, several schools have decided Class 1 as their entry level
  • According to RTE Act, 25 per cent seats are reserved for the economically weaker section to promote free and compulsory education
  • source”cnbc”

DU Admissions 2016: Applicants from reserved class can now searching for admission in standard category too

In keeping with a new notification issued through Delhi College, students of reserved class, who are eligible as per reduce-off lists, can are seeking an admission inside the unreserved class. The college governmentcan not refuse such admissions from this yr onwards.

The difficulty of admissions 2016

college students on July 1, 2016 complained that no matter a rating equal to the considered necessaryinside the wellknown class, they were refused admission in the same
But, the eligibility standards as well as the reduce-off were at par for these college students in their choiceof guides below the unreserved class.
Letter from Dean of students‘ Welfare (DU):

“No applicant (consisting of OBC/SC/ST categories) have to be refused admissions as part of the Unreserved (UR) class till the time the aspirant fulfills the DU cut-off criteria of the unreserved class.However, that is concern to verification of the required documents submitted by using them.”

In keeping with the Dean of college students‘ Welfare, DU colleges are expected to make provisions for students to take a printout of DU admission forms 2016 from university
this is to be executed in case the candidate is eligible for the admission adhering to reduce-offs
DU schools are predicted to recall all (eligible) Candidates for admission who record on the respectivecolleges from nine am to one pm as in step with the DU admission calendar 2016.
Crucial be aware:

Candidates are hereby informed that the time for the submission of admission bureaucracy is 12 midday, somake certain that the fee fee is finished in time for DU admissions 2016.

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