"I am standing today at a moment, where there is crowd of 1.25 lakh students behind me who do not get admission in higher educational institutions after Class 12," Manish Sisodia said.
Speaking on the inauguration of a new building of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College in Dwarka's Sector 4, Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister, Manish Sisodia spoke for the "1.25 lakh students" who pass out of Class 12 but are unable to find admission for higher studies. He publicly requested Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University to chalk out a detailed plan to arrange for seats of these students who fail to secure seat in colleges after passing the senior secondary board examinations.
Continuing with his request, he said, "I request DU Vice Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi to come out with a plan to make arrangement for 1.25 lakh students who graduate out of Class 12 but are unable to find admission for higher studies. Delhi government will give all support and resource for it." Afterwards he posted on Twitter, congratulating the PWD engineers for the new college building, but keep files ready, "tota-maina do-teen deen meyn aate rahenge."
Earlier, calling high cut-offs as "anomalies" in admission process of Delhi University, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had written to Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani suggesting an entrance test and seeking extra weightage for city students in government colleges. Now, DU is mulling over the ideal F changing the admission procedure of various UG courses.
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