University colleges in Delhi to set up committees to deal with admission grievances
Delhi University (DU) colleges will establish a committee to deal with grievances that arise during the admissions process, a senior official said on Thursday. In addition, the colleges will also form sub-committees to facilitate applicants from Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Other Backward Class (OBC), Weaker Economic Section (EWS), and Minority and Persons with Disabilities (PwBD) categories.
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The university began the admissions process for undergraduate courses for the 2022-23 academic year on Monday. Admission through the Common Seating Allocation System (CSAS) will take place in three phases: submission of the CSAS 2022 application form, selection of programs and filling in preferences, and allocation of places and admission.
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“Each college will establish a grievance committee to settle grievances that may arise during admission. In addition, a grievance sub-committee to settle grievances of candidates belonging to SC, ST, OBC, EWS categories , Minority and PwBD will also be established,” the official said.
Contact information for the College Grievance Redressal Committee and subcommittee will be posted on the DU admissions website and on the colleges’ website. If an applicant has an admissions-related grievance, they should first contact the relevant college’s grievance committee. “If the grievance is not resolved within a reasonable time by the College, the candidate may approach the Central Grievance Committee of Delhi University,” the official said.
This committee will resolve issues with the allocation and admission of applicants. Contact information for the Central Grievance Committee will be posted on the UoD admissions website. The official informed if the grievance is deemed relevant and genuine and that seats in a specific program have been filled, the candidate will then be offered a supernumerary seat. “The decision(s) of the relevant authorities regarding the grievances will be final and binding,” the official informed.
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