Sunday, July 13, 2008


This year close to 10,000 OBC students have formally applied for admission to Delihi Univeristy.More than half of the 6000 seats reserved for OBC students are lying empty, even though colleges are down to their fourth cut off list.According to the Supreme Court order, the cut off for OBC students has to be 10% lower than the general category cut off and that's still too high for most quota students.colleges are suggesting that to fill any vacant seats they will abandon cut offs and accept students on the basis of highest OBC scorers first. The lack of admissions in this category had been reported from the first cut-off list, when few admissions took place. Most colleges have seen disappointingly low number of admissions in the OBC category, forcing them to lower the cut-off in each consecutive list.

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