DU Admissions 2017: Reservation Pattern Changed in Delhi University

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Delhi University has made amendments in the reservation pattern for admissions 2017-18. 

Earlier, a  total of 22.5% seats were reserved for the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes, 27% for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) and 3% for Persons with Disabilities (PwD).

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Seats are also reserved for Armed Forces- Children/widows of officers and men of the armed forces including Para-Military personnel and Foreign students.

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There is a quota for Kashmiri Migrants as well as Sports/ECA Category. However, their percentage varies from college to college with the upper limit being 5%.  

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However, recently, the university has revised the quota for Persons with Disabilities from 3% to 5%. It is applicable for those students who have a minimum of 40% disability. 

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Ashima Nayyar
19 | Economics (H), College of Vocational Studies | Marketing and PR Head, Enactus CVS. ''Work hard in silence, let the success make the noise'' Economist in the making.

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