Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik
The Odisha authorities has introduced a reservation of 15 per cent seats at state-run Medical and Engineering schools of the, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik stated on Wednesday. This reservation is for college kids who’ve handed their Class 10 board examination below the Board of Secondary Schooling (BSE) and Class 12 ultimate examination below the Council of Greater Secondary Schooling (CHSE), from a authorities faculty of Odisha.
The federal government, with this transfer, goals to take away inequalities amongst college students and to assist proficient college students enrolled in government-run establishments to check Engineering and Medical programmes.
“To take away the inequalities and to facilitate entry of proficient college students of Govt Excessive Colleges in Engineering and Medical programs in Odisha, the State Govt has notified reservation of 15% seats in Medical & Engineering schools of State,” the Chief Minister tweeted.
The scheme will embrace college students belonging to each reserved and unreserved classes.
“Such reservations can be horizontal protecting all vertical reservations in addition to Unreserved Group. In case enough variety of eligible college students should not accessible, such unfilled seats can be stuffed by different college students of respective class,” Mr Patnaik stated.
To take away the inequalities and to facilitate entry of proficient college students of Govt Excessive Colleges in Engineering and Medical programs in #Odisha, the State Govt has notified reservation of 15% seats in Medical & Engineering schools of State. pic.twitter.com/0sbR1IYGVO
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The choice has been made by the state authorities, following the suggestions made by a high-power committee.