RESERVATION OF SEATS AND WEIGHTAGES
Reservation of Seats for Admission:
The seats for various categories shall be reserved as under as per policy of the State Government :-
1. Category - I Scheduled Caste = 20% Category - II Backward Classes (except socially advanced persons/sections i.e. creamy layer as defined by Haryana Govt. vide letter No. 1170-SW (I)-95 dated 7.6.95)
Block-A = 16%
Block -B = 11%
(vide Appendix 'B')
If the seats from Block - 'A' are not filled up these may be filled from Block -'B' and vice versa.
Category-III Physical handicapped
For Blind or low vision =3%
For Hearing impairment =1%
For Locomotor disability=1%
or Cerebral palsy =1%
The State Govt. vide letter no. 22/27/2004-2GS-III dated 20-10- 2005 has decided to allow 3% horizontal reservation to Ex-servicemen/freedom fighters and their dependents by providing reservation within reservation of 1% of general category, 1% out of scheduled castes and 1% from Backward Classes category for a d m i s s i o n to th e v a r i o u s e d uc a t i o na l i n s ti t ut io n s o f t he G o v e r nm e n t a n d G o v e r n me n t a i d e d / s e l f f i n a nc i n g c o l l e g e s / institutes located in Haryana (Appendix 'C').
As far as block allocation in Block A and Block B of Backward Classes categories is concerned, ye ar-wise rotational system will be adopted. For example, if blocks A of backward classes are given seats in the academic year 2008, the next block i.e. B Block of categories of backward classes will be given seats in the next academic year i.e. 2009 and so on.
A roster for Reservation of Ex-Service Men/ Freedom Fighter be maintained and carry forward all fractions till one seat is accumulated through different fractions over the years.
As and when the total comes one, a seat will be provided in the prospectus. (Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana Letter No. 23/ 27/2004-2G.S- III, Dated 5/12/2008 Appendix-G).
The Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana vide letter No. 22/8/2004- 3 GS-III dated 7.6.2007 has modified the instructions regarding admissions in Govt. as well as in Govt. aided/ Self Financing Educational/P ro fessional/Medical/Engineering / ITI Technical Educational Institutions and Colleges to the extent modified in the above letter (Appendix-D).
i) The wards of those killed in operation Vijay may be covered under the provisions quoted above because no separate reservation can b e g iv e n a s t he r e i s a l re a d y 5 0 % v e r ti c a l r e s e r v a t i on f o r admissions in Educational Institutions.
ii) The State Govt. vide letter No 12/18/2006-4GS-II dated 8.1.2008 has decided that the following categories of personnel of territorial army be included in the definition of Ex.-Servicemen :-
(a) Pension holders for continuous embodied service.
(b) Persons with disability attributable to military service.
( c) Gallantary Award Winners; and
(d) Such recruits boarded out/ released on medical grounds and granted medical/ disability pension.
All candidates in Category-III will b e considered at par. The admission will be made on the basis of the overall merit of the candidates. A candidate having a mini mum of 4 0 % permanent disability will be considered physically handicapped for admission to a course, provided that the candidate is otherwise medically fit for the particular course. Such candidate will be admitted to the relevant courses on the basis of academic merit and not on the basis of degree of handicapped. Certificate should be as per Appendix-'A'.
II. Weight age for Preparing Merit List
(i) N.C.C. Cadets who have passed the ('C'/'G') Part-II certificate an d Scouts & Guide s who have been honoured with the President Award. 5%
(i i) N.C.C. Cadets who have passed the 'B' certificate. 3%
(i ii ) Students who hold University level certificate of Merit f or N.S.S./M.F.L.P. (The weight age be allowed on the basis of the certificate signed by the Programme coordinator N.S.S. and the Assistant Director, Adult Education of M.D. University in respect of N.S.S. and University Merit Certificate for Adult Literacy, respectively. 5%
iv) B.A./B.Sc./ B.Com (Hons.) candidates for admission to M.A./ M.Sc./M.Com. courses in the concerned subject. 10%
v) Candidates who have passed Matric or Higher Secondary or 10+2 exam. From schools/colleges situated in rural areas in Haryana provided education has not been imparted in public or boarding school. 5%
vi) Youth Welfare Activities Students who have been recommended (1st position) at the University Inter- Zonal / Inter -U n i v e rs i t y N o r th Zo n a l / National/State/Inter-State Youth Festivals either individual or group items. 5%
Best Campers in the Youth Leadership Training Camp. 2%
In case of university students the Dean Students' Welfare of t he U n i v e rs i ty a n d i n c a s e o f S tat e level / Inte r -State Competition the Director of languages and the Director of Public Relations will be the competent authority to issue such certifica te.
vii) Blind candidates. 5%
vi ii ) a ) Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination f r o m t he M. D . University , R o h ta k . 5%
b)Candidates who have passed qualifying exam from any of the University of Haryana State w ill be given 5% weightage for admission to P.G Courses.
ix) A Weight age of 5% for admission to M.A. (Economics) will be allowed to those candidates who have passed mathematics or statistics as main subject in the qualifying examination.
x) Weight age of Sportsmen/Sportswomen
Grade Weightage of marks
xi) Candidates who have donated blood atleast five times for social cause for admission to P.G. Courses. 5%
Note : 1. Total weightage in any case (except Hons. candidates) should not exceed 1 0% .
2. In case of Honours candidates total weightage shall not exceed 1 5% .
3. Candidates claiming blood donation weightage must submit
the documentary proof from the Red-Cross Society/Official Blood Bank.
ADMISSION AGAINST SUPERNUMERARY SPORTS SEATS.
One seat in each Post Graduate Course in the college where the strength is upto 30 and 2 seats where the strength is more than 30 have been earmarked for outstanding sports person(s) over and above the sanctioned intake. The eligibility criteria will be as under : -
I) The candidates should fulfil the minimum eligibility conditions prescribed in the Ordinances. II) Cat.A-I : (i) The Candidates should have won Ist, IInd, IIIrd position in Olympic Games, World Championship, World Cup, World University Games, Devis Cup, Wimboldon Championship, U . S . Fr e n c h a n d A us t r a l l i a n O p e n Te n ni s C h a mp i o n s h ip ,Th o m a s C u p , U b e r C u p , A l l E n g l a n d B a d m i n t o n To u r n a m e n t .
(i i) Participation in the above mentioned tournament.
Cat A.-II : (i) Ist, IInd, IIIrd position in Champions Trophy, Common wealth Games. Common Wealth Chamiponships, Asian Games, Asian Champion ships, Asian Cup, World University Championship, Cricket Test Matches, One Day International Cricket Matches, International Athletic Permit Meet and SAF Games.
(ii) Participation in the above mentioned in A-II point. Ca t B. - ( i ) I s t , I I n d , I I I rd p o s i ti o n i n AI I U to ur na m e n ts / N a ti o n a l Games/ National Championships/ Federation Cup organized b y N a ti o a l S p o rts Fe d e ra ti o ns re c o g n i ze d b y th e G o v t. o f I nd i a .
(i i) Participation in the above mentioned in B-category
C a t C . -I s t , I I nd , I I I r d p o s i t i o n i n z o n a l i nt er - Un i v e rs i t y tournaments/ zonal national tournaments/ representation of AIIU team.
The eligibility rules for the admission against sports seat, only the games recognized and adopted by the Inter University Sports Board of India or Maharshi Dayanand University Sports Council, Rohtak will be considered. I I I ) Th e c a n d id a t e s s h o u l d b e e l i g i b l e f o r I n te r - V a r s i ty Tournaments during the year of admission.
IV) There should be continuity of participation of the applicant at various levels including Inter-Varsity Tournaments and his performance should not be more than one year old.
V) The candidate better in sports will be admitted as per merit.
VI) The merit list prepared by the colleges for admission against Sp o rts S e a ts w i l l b e g o t a p p ro v e d f r o m t he D i re c to r ( S p o rt) o f the University before making such admissions.
VII) In case of tie in sports merit, the candidate better in academic merit be given preference.
One seat in each course (over and above the sanctioned intake) where the sanctioned intake is 30 seats and two seats where the sanctioned intake is more than 30 be earmarked in B. A/ B. Sc./B. Com. and all other UG Courses w. e. f the session 20 08 -09 (excluding Technical Professional Courses) subject to the following conditions :-
i) Th e C a n d id a t e s s h o u l d f u l fi l l t he m i n im u m e l i g i b i l i ty conditions prescribed in the ordinances.
ii) I /I I/ II I p os iti on/ pa rti ci pa tio n a t the Schoo l N atio nal Tournaments.
iii) I/II/III position/ participation at the School National Games and Sports.
iv) I/II/III position holder at the State level Tournaments.
v) The candidate better in sports will be admitted as per, merit decided by the Director (Sports) of the University on the basis of criteria to be laid down for sports merit.
vi) In case of tie in sports merit, the candidate better in academic merit must be given preference.
vii) The age of the student should not exceed to 23 years.
viii) It will be mandatory for the admitted students to participate in the sports activities of his/ her department/ College/ Institution and should have consistently participated in the sports activities.
BAN OF RAGGING IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
The instruction for curbing ragging a conveyed by the UGC vide letter No. FA-I/97 (CPP-II) dated 7th July,2001 in view of the judgement of Supreme Court in Civil Writ Petition No. 656 of 1998 'Vishwa Jagriti Mission V/s Centre Govt.' given below shall be adhered to strictly :
Ragging in educational institutions is banned and any one indulging in ragging is likely to be punished appropriately, which punishment may include expulsion from the institution, suspension from the institution or classes for a limited period or fine with a public apology. The punishment may also take shape of (i) withholding scholarships or other benefits (ii) debarring from representation in events (iii) withholding results (iv) suspension or expulsion from hostel or mess, and the like.(v) Lodging of FIR with the local police. If the individuals committing or abetting ragging are not/cannot be identified, collective punishment can be awarded to act as a deterrent.
Any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling wi th r ude nes s an y o the r students, indulging in rowdy or indiscipline activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in fresher or junior students or asking the students to do any act or perform something which such students will not do in the ordinary course and which has the effect o f causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely effect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student will be deemed an act of ragging.
Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in SLP(C) No. 24295/2004 in the matter of University of Kerala V/s Council of Principals, Colleges of Kerala & others has ordered that if any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the concerned student shall b e g i v e n l i b e r t y t o e x p l a i n a n d i f h i s e x pl a n a t i o n i s n o t fo u n d satisfactory, the authority would expel him from the Institution.