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Admission in colleges will now be done on the basis of percentage: New policy will be issued soon, benefit to CBSE student

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There are more than 450 government colleges in Rajasthan, in which 5 lakh students will be given admission. The process can start from this month.

There are more than 450 government colleges in Rajasthan, in which 5 lakh students will be given admission. The process can start from this month.

The Higher Education Department in Rajasthan has given a big relief to the CBSE students. For the third year in a row, the Higher Education Department will give admission to the students in the college on the basis of percentage. In such a situation, with the release of CBSE board results, the process of admission to more than 5 lakh seats in more than 450 government colleges of the state will also start. At the same time, the new admission policy of the Education Department will be issued next week.

Actually, the percentile system was implemented by removing the earlier percentage system. Under this, the percentage of students of CBSE and RBSE boards were equalized and they were given admission. After this, by changing the policy during the Corona period, students were given admission on the basis of percentage. Now the government will continue with this policy and has decided to give admission on the basis of percentage.

Higher Education Minister Rajendra Yadav said that since the introduction of percentile system, students were suffering a lot due to it. With this formula, CBSE students were not getting admission in the colleges of the state. This created a sense of inequality among the students. In such a situation, according to the demand of the students, this time in the state also admission will be given in the university on the basis of percentage.

More than 13 lakh students will get admission

There are more than 450 government colleges in Rajasthan. Out of these, 5 lakh 8000 students will be given admission on the basis of percentage. At the same time, there are more than 2000 private colleges, in which 8 lakh students will get admission on the basis of the admission policy of the education department.

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7 thousand seats in Rajasthan University

In the four constituent colleges of Rajasthan University, there are 7 thousand seats including BA, BCom, BSc, BBA, BCA, apart from certificates, diplomas in departments. For the last 2 years, there has been no increase in seats due to Corona. In such a situation, it is expected that this time around 10% seats may increase later on the basis of demand and applications.

Admission process will start in June itself

Commissioner College Education Department Shuchi Tyagi said that we have prepared a new policy for admission in the college. It will be released soon. He told that with the arrival of 12th RBSE result, we had started preparations for college level admission. In this way, if everything goes well, then we will start the process of applying for admission in the college from this month itself.

what is new percentages system

Suppose 2 persons appeared in an examination, if the examination is of 100 marks. And if the first 50 numbers come out and the second person got 25 numbers, then according to the percentage, the first will be 50% and the second 25%. But, to calculate the percentile, the student who has the highest number, the 100 percentile of that student is taken. On this basis the percentile of the rest is calculated. In such a situation, the percentile of the student with the number 25 became 50, while according to the percentile, only 25 became.

RBSE students in Rajasthan got the most benefit from the introduction of percentile formula. Because, despite the high percentage of CBSE students, they did not get admission after applying the percentile formula. At the same time, even after the low percentage of RBSE students, they were getting admission.

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