DU Admissions 2019 : Colleges Deny Admission To Maharashtra Students Due To Discrepancy In Caste Certificates;Grants Provisional Admission Later

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Students from Maharashtra have approached the Authorities of Delhi University as the colleges are not accepting their certificates due to some kind of discrepancies in names. As per the varsity officials, “in caste certificates issued in Maharashtra the prefix ‘Kumari’ is added to the names of the girls. The father’s name is also added to their names.”

The students were advised to approach the grievance redressal cell by the colleges and the colleges were administered to admit the students from Maharashtra as this is the criteria followed by the Maharashtra Board. The colleges were advised to admit the students on provisional basis till they submit the rectified certificates.

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The second cut off for the undergraduate admissions will be released on 4th July.

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