Deprivation points (upto a maximum of 10 points) will be given to the candidates of the following categories :
I) OBC Candidates (excluding creamy layer as mentioned in column 3 of the Schedule to the Government of India, Department of Personnel & Training O.M. No. 36012/22-93 Estt. (SCT) dated 8.9.1993) and as per the OBC lists drawn by the Government of India and also excluding Income Tax Payers in the following manner on production of relevant caste certificate issued by the competent authority in the prescribed format as shown at the end of this Prospectus :
OBC women Candidates ........10 points
OBC men Candidates ........ 05 points
II) All candidates including OBCs who have passed and/or are appearing in the qualifying examination prescribed for admission to the concerned programmes of study from :
Quartile 1 Districts.......... 5 points
Quartile 2 Districts.......... 3 points
Lists of districts drawn from each state in the form of Quartile 1 & 2 by using the following three parameters are listed below for information of intending candidates :
1. Literates as percentage of total population (excluding child population in the age group 0-6 years) as per the provisional figures of the Census of India 2001.
2. Non-agricultural workers (main and marginal) as percentage of total (main +marginal) workers (as per the provisional figures of the Census of India 2001), and
3. Agricultural productivity per hectare (averaged over 1997-98, and 1998-99).
iii) All Kashmiri Migrants are eligible for grant of 5 deprivation points on production of registration documents from the notified authorities certifying their Kashmiri Migrant Status.
1) Candidates hailing from Dsitricts of Quartile 1 or 2 (The Districts in which the candidates reside ) and have passed and /or appearing in their respective qualifying examination through Distant Education Programme are also eligible for award of deprivation points 5 or 3, as the case may be. They should indicate the State, District and District Code under column No.10 of the Application Form . They should also indicate in Column No. 16 that they have passed and/or appearing in the qualifying examination through Distant Education Programme.
2) Reservation and Benefit of deprivation point are given on the basis of particulars furnished by the candidates in the relevant coloum of the application form. In case of failure to produce documentary evidence at the time of admission / registration, the candidate will be declared as ineligible for admission. In case of submission of false information by the candidate, his/her admission will be cancelled ipso-facto.
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