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DU to Begin A Centre For Disabilities Studies To Make Education All-Inclusive
Bipin Kumar Tiwari, an officer on special duty at the Delhi University's Equal Opportunity Cell, said that Delhi University is beginning a centre for disabilities studies under which various courses will be started. The centre's emphasis will be to make education and administration more all-inclusive. He added that the centre would offer a superior priority on sign language. He said we plan to start several computer-related & skill enhancement courses under the centre.

by Pragti Sharma / 01 Oct 2022 16:10 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 59

On Friday, the varsity officials of Delhi University (DU) said that Delhi University would shortly commence a centre for disabilities studies with an aim to make education more inclusive.



Addressing a webinar, the officials of Delhi University said several courses, including those connected to computers and skill enhancement, will be oriented under the centre.



Bipin Kumar Tiwari, an officer on special duty at the Delhi University's Equal Opportunity Cell, said that Delhi University is beginning a centre for disabilities studies under which various courses will be started. The centre's emphasis will be to make education and administration more all-inclusive. He added that the centre would offer a superior priority on sign language. He said we plan to start several computer-related & skill enhancement courses under the centre.



The webinar was organised in order to educate students about reservation policies to support and help students from minority and backward classes during the ongoing admission procedure.



The officials said 5% of the total authorized strength in each programme of all Delhi University (DU) colleges is also secured for candidates in (PwBD)- the person with benchmark disability category. The officials added that separate merit lists would be announced for candidates pursuing admission under the PwBD quota.



Bipin Kumar Tiwari said candidates would be considered for admissions under appropriate categories only if they offer a valid certificate or document allocated by the respective issuing authority. In order to redress against resentments that may occur during admissions, Tiwari said every college would establish a grievance redressal committee.



He added, in addition, a grievance redressal sub-committee for candidates belonging to backward and minority categories will also be initiated.


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