DU Admissions 2019 : Yoga No Longer A Part Of Sports Category;Now Part Of The ECA

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A series of changes have taken place in the admission process of Delhi University this year.

One such change is the exclusion of Yoga from the sports admissions. From this year, Yoga will be counted under Extra Curricular Activities category.

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The University took a decision of including 27 other sports in the sports quota. These sports have been a part of Asian Games, Olympics, Paralympics, Commonwealth Games,etc.

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The reason for excluding Yoga from the sports category is being told that the University received guidelines for including sports under the sports quota, from the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports and the HRD ministry in June last year.

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