1. Reservation of seats/relaxation of marks for S.C., S.T., Physically Handicapped Candidates:
(A) 50% of the total number of seats in each course in the Faculties of Arts, Fine Arts, Law, Social Sciences, Science, Commerce, (including Honours, Pre-Professional, Certificate/Diploma Course, if any, in all these Faculties) will be reserved in each College/Department for NATURAL BORN sons/ daughters of parents belonging to Scheduled Castes (16%), Scheduled Tribes (12%), OBC except creamy layer (21%) and SBC (1%)
(B) 3% of the total number of seats in each category and each course in the Faculties specified in (A) above will be reserved for Physically Handicapped candidates defined as Deaf/ Dumb/Blind/Loss of any limb with permanent disability.
(C) 1% of the total number of seats in each category and each course in the Faculties specified in (A) above will be reserved for the wards of Kashmiri Migrants.
(D) (i) All Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe OBC and SBC candidates who have passed the qualifying examination for admission to a University course may be arranged in order of merit within the category to which they belong.
(ii) Those who have secured marks above the level upto which the general category students are admitted, they should not be counted towards reserved quota at all and should be included in the General Merit List of admissions.
(iii) Excluding those admitted on merit along with general candidates as at (ii) above, other Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe OBC and SBC candidates should be admitted in the order of merit going down the inter-se-merit list upto the point necessary to secure adequate number of candidates of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes as well as OBC to fulfill the reservation percentage completely.
(iv) It is clarified that in order to fill the reservation quota for SC, ST, OBC and SBC candidates, there should be no hesitation to go down, if necessary, to the pass percentage of the qualifying examination (e.g. class XII, for admission to B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Pass Course as well as Honours Part I,and Bachelor's Degree for admission to a Post Graduate course, and so on).
(E) 15% supernumerary seats in all courses will be reserved for International Students including Persons of Indian Origin. Out of the 15% supernumerary seats 1/3rd i.e. 5% seats would be preferably filled by children of NRIs, on payment of five times the fee payable by a regular student of the same course.
(i) Candidates belonging to S.C., S.T., OBC and SBC category will be required to produce a certificate to that effect from a District Magistrate/ Tehsildar/ Sub-Divisional Magistrate, without which their cases will not be considered under the provision O.81-II, and as per directions of the State Government.
(ii) Candidates claiming concession under clause (B) above shall be required to furnish a certificate in original from the Principal S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur / Director, Rehabilitation Research Centre / Head of the Department concerned of S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur.
(iii)A relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum percentage of marks for admission under the provision I (B) shall be admissible to Physically Handicapped candidates defined as deaf/ dumb/blind/loss of any limb with permanent disability. Such cases will be screened and cleared by a Central Committee constituted for this purpose. No other concession or weightage of marks on any other score whatsoever shall however, be admissible to them.
Notwithstanding anything contained in the Ordinances prescribing minimum percentage of marks for admission to the various courses of study, the Head of an Institution may fix a higher minimum percentage of marks ''for students other than those belonging to SC/ST category'' for regulating admission in the college concerned.
Provided that a relaxation of 5% in the minimum percentage of marks prescribed for admission under the above provisions shall be admissible to Physically Handicapped candidates defined as deaf/ dumb/ blind/loss of any limb with permanent disability. No other concession or weightage in marks on any other score whatsoever shall, however, be admissible to them.