DU Admissions 2020 – Students ask application fee hike roll back against OBC students. Delhi University is planning to keep the fee amount of OBC students equal to the fee amount of general students. Students, calling this step unjust are asking for a fee rollback. As Delhi University admissions 2020 has started, a student’s group has raised a question on the varsity to roll-back the ‘unjust fee’ hike which has been implemented for OBC students only. The fee has been hiked for both undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses. The application fee hike seemed to have taken positively by the OBC category candidates as they are planning a campaign at a wider level.
According to the reports, DU hiked the fee for both undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses. The application fee hike is not taken positively by the OBC category candidates as they are planning a campaign at a wider level. According to reports, students are planning a mass mail campaign against the latest application fee hike. The campaign will talk about the challenges that an OBC candidate faces and how it is difficult to sustain with the fee hike.
Mass Mail Campaign:
According to reports, students are planning for the mass mail campaign against the application fee hike. This will talk about the challenges that an OBC candidate faces.
Application Fee for OBC Candidates Same as General Category Students:
The campaign launched by Fraternity Movement Students’ Group is aimed at rationalization of the application fee structure for OBC candidates. Currently, Delhi University charges Rs 100 as application fee for UG candidates from SC, ST, PWD and EWS candidates. However, the university has set the fee of OBC undergraduate candidates, for both creamy and non-creamy layers candidates, which is the same as General Category students. On similar lines, for admission to postgraduate level programmes, the application fee for OBC and General Category students is charged as Rs 700/-, as compared to Rs 300/- which is charged for reserved category candidates. The students’ group has termed the arbitrary fee structure as unjust and demanded roll-back of the same
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