Odisha Medical, Engineering Colleges to have 15% Quota for Govt School Students

15% seats in colleges across Odisha reserved for students from government schools. (Image by Shutterstock/ Representational)

15% seats in faculties all through Odisha reserved for school youngsters from authorities schools. (Image by Shutterstock/ Representational)

School college students who cross class tenth examination from BSE and twelfth board exams beneath CHSE authorities faculty or junior faculties could be eligible for the reserved seats.

  • New Delhi
  • Remaining Updated:March 31, 2021, 14:57 IST

The federal authorities of Odisha has given its nod for reservation of 15 per cent seats in medical and engineering faculties solely for school youngsters passing from authorities schools. The quota could be related to all state-run faculties.

The reservation was handed after ideas from a high-power committee. School college students who cross the tenth examination from BSE authorities extreme schools and twelfth board exams beneath CHSE from any authorities highschool or authorities junior faculties could be eligible for the reserved seats.

“Such reservations will be horizontal covering all vertical reservations as well as Unreserved Group. In case an adequate number of eligible students are not available, such unfilled seats will be filled by other students of the respective category,” Chief Minister of Odisha, Naveen Patnaik talked about in a tweet.

Remaining 12 months the federal authorities of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry moreover handed funds to produce reservations to varsity college students passing from authorities schools. These tips are anticipated to boost the enrolments in state authorities schools.

Aside from the JEE Main for engineering entrance and NEET for medical entrance, the state moreover holds exams like OJEE for admission to state-based engineering exams. These exams will proceed to remain the doorway gateway for admissions as per the identical outdated growth.

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