Arvind is worried that his son will have to apply for the exam under the general category, as reserved category certificates have to be uploaded while filling the form. The last date for submitting applications is March 9.
As per the commission, the child had been allotted a seat before his parents changed his name. When he went to school to get admission, he was told the documents did not match. DCPCR said the parents had issued an ad declaring the change.
The college complaints committee comprises a woman presiding officer, two faculty members, two non-teaching staff, a representative from an NGO and three elected student representatives. However, sources said colleges that have set up the panel hardly have any student representatives.
The complaint states, “I would draw your kind attention towards the terrifying incident at the college where a teacher has crossed all limits of teacher-student relationship and sent lewd messages which aren’t quotable and made calls at inappropriate time.”
The move comes days after the University Grants Commission (UGC) said it had not allocated any funds for buildings last year and asked the varsity to “re-examine the abstract cost formats” for the proposed projects.
Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia’s directions on Friday came after the poor performance of government school students in the pre-board exams, in which only 31.5 per cent of the 1,34,200 students managed to pass.
Stating that the new post is necessary to share the workload of the pro-V-C, the proposal states: “The massive expansion and reforms undertaken in the university has increased the burden of work at the level of Pro-V-C."
The university had scanned through admission data following complaints that students had secured admissions holding DBSSSE marksheets. Delhi does not have its own education board and the university officials state that BHSE and DBSSSE were not recognised boards.
Called Sticklit.in and started by a writer and an artist, a movement to spread writing and poetry through these stickers is taking roots in the city. Co-founder Nidhin Kundathil, 31, an artist, calls it an “old-style print medium anarchy”
The principal of Hindu College, Anju Srivastava, said, “We don’t know the reason for this delay but we are facing this problem for the first time. It’s a huge sum, and the delay is affecting the functioning of the college.”