Concession / Weightage

O-81-III Concession For Purposes Of Admssion

(i) Weightage of marks will be given while preparing the merit list only if the candidate has secured the minimum percentage of marks prescribed, if any, for admission to the courses;
(ii) Achievement in N.C.C. and Scouting/ Rovering at the School level are valid only for Under-graduate admissions and those at the college level for Post-graduate/Law admissions, only once;
(iii) In case a candidate, after the award of the concession marks, secures marks equal to any other candidate appearing in the list, the candidate(s) having secured equal percentage of marks without addition of the concession marks shall be given preference in admission;
(iv) The concession of marks under the various clauses of this Ordinance will be given to a candidate to his/her advantage under any one of the clauses and not under more than one clause;
(v) The above concessions shall also be admissible to candidates seeking provisional admission (Supplementary candidates) under the provisions of O.198;
(vi) For the purpose of this Ordinance only the following sports/games shall be recognised. Certified copies of Certificates should be attached to the application form for admission and shall not be entertained subsequently:

S. No Men S.No Women
1 Athletics 1 Athletics
2 Aquatics (Swimming , Diving and Water Polo) 2 Aquatics (Swimming , Diving and Water Polo)
3 Badminton 3 Badminton
4 Basketball 4 Basketball
5 Chess 5 Chess
6 Cricket 6 Cricket
7 Cycling 7 Cycling
8 Football 8 Football
9 Gymnastics 9 Gymnastics
10 Hockey 10 Hockey
11 Kabaddi 11 Kabaddi
12 Kho-Kho 12 Kho-Kho
13 Shooting 13 Shooting
14 Table Tennis 14 Table Tennis
15 Tennis 15 Tennis
16 Judo 16 Judo
17 Hand-ball 17 Hand-ball
18 Cross Country 18 Cross Country
19 Wrestling 19 Wrestling
20 Archery 20 Archery
21 Volley-ball 21 Volley-ball
22 Boxing    
23 Squash Racket    
24 Weight lifting And Best Physique    

 

(vii) If a student who has been given admission on the basis of concession as mentioned above does not appear on the College/University play grounds/ courts for a regular practice, his admission may be cancelled at the discretion of the Head of the Institution concerned.
(viii)In the interest of the Institution, the Head of the Institution may refuse the above concessions. He may also refuse admission if he is doubtful about the authenticity of the certificate and/or about the candidate's conduct.

Important Note :


1. Every student claiming concession on account of participation in Sports and Co-curricular activities as per the above provisions shall submit a separate application form on the prescribed proforma without which the certificates(s) will not be considered and concession of marks shall not be given.
2. A written undertaking shall be obtained from the students to the effect that in case any of these statements made or documents filed are found to be wrong or forged, his admission to the Department/Institution shall be liable to be cancelled and he shall subject himself to further disciplinary action in that regard.

Sports

The following concessions shall be admissible to the outstanding players and atheletes seeking admission to the various courses of study in the Faculties of Arts, Commerce, Education, Fine Arts, Law, Management, Science and Social Sciences.
(A) The following categories of candidates shall be eligible for admission to a course irrespective of the marks obtained by them at the qualifying examination(s) provided they fulfill the conditions of eligibility laid down in other Ordinances:
(i) Those who have been sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Social Welfare to represent the Nation in games and sports in International Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years;
(ii) Those who have been sponsored by the Inter-University Sports Board to represent the Indian Universities in games and sports in National Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years;
(iii) (a) Those who have represented both the University and the State of Rajasthan in games and sports in the Inter- University and National Championship respectively at least once in the immediately preceding two years;
(b) Those who have represented both the University and the State of Rajasthan in games and sports in the Inter-University and National Junior Tournaments, respectively at least once in the immediately preceding two years;
(iv) Those who have been members of either the University Rajasthan state teams in games and sports which have been declared winners or runners-up in the Inter-University or National Senior/ Junior Tournaments and those who have been holders of First Three Positions in individual events in either of the above tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years;
(v) Those who have represented the State Schools in games and sports in School National Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years; (SGFI) and
(vi) Those who have represented the Nation in a World Jamboori organised under the auspices of the country;
B) The following categories of candidates shall be eligible for a weightage of 5% of the total aggregate of the marks prescribed for the qualifying examination while preparing the merit list. This weightage will also be taken into consideration towards the fulfillment of the minimum requirement for admission prescribed, if any, by the Head of an Institution under the provisions of O.82-IV of the University Handbook Part-II
(i) Those who have represented the University in games and sports in the Inter-University Tournaments held under the auspices of the Inter-University Sports Board at least once in the immediately preceding two years;
(ii)Those who have represented the State of Rajasthan in games and sports in the National Championships held under the auspices of the National Federations at least once in the immediately preceding two years.
Note : For the purpose of claiming the above weightage, the applicant has to submit School/ College/District and such other relevant certificates(s) to prove the link of his representation upto that level.
(C) The following categories of candidates shall be eligible for a weightage of 2% of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination while preparing the merit list for admission to a course:
(i) Those who have represented their respective schools in games and sports at Education Department Tournaments at least once in the immediately preceding two years;
(ii)Those who have represented their respective colleges in games and sports at the Inter-collegiate Tournaments held under the auspices of the University Sports Board or Directorate of Sanskrit Education, Rajasthan, at least once in the immediately preceding two years;
(iii)Those who have represented the State in a National Jamboori organised under the auspices of any of the States of India in the immediately preceding two years.
Provided further that members of the teams which have been declared Winners or Runners-up and holders of the First Three Positions in individual events in the immediately preceding two years in the Rajasthan State School Inter- Zonal/ Central, School/University Inter Collegiate Tournaments will be given an additional weightage of 2% of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination while preparing the merit list for admission to a course.
Note: For the purpose of claiming the above concessions, the certificates submitted have to be countersigned by the Head of the Institution.

Co-curricular Activities (National Jamboori / NSS)


Weightage of marks to the candidates who have taken part in co-curricular activities at the various levels:
(i) Candidates sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Social Welfare to represent the Nation in co-curricular activities at the International level at least once in the immediately preceding two years shall be eligible for admission to the course irrespective of the marks obtained by them at the qualifying examination provided they fulfil the conditions of eligibility laid down in other Ordinances.
(ii) A weightage of 10 marks to a candidate who has represented his/her University in the preceding session in co-curricular activities at the Inter-University Competitions. Such a candidate should have been sponsored officially by the Registrar. The Vice-Chancellor will decide the authority to be treated as sponsoring authority for such a candidate for admission to be made for the session.
(iii) Those volunteers who have completed 120 hours of services under N.S.S. in the immediately preceding two years shall be given a concession of 7 marks.
(iv) Those volunteers who have completed 120 hours of service and have attended one special camp organised under the N.S.S. for the entire duration of the Camp in the immediately preceding two years, a concession of 10 marks (or a percentage equivalent or higher) may be given.
(v) Those volunteers who have completed 240 hours of service at School or at University level and have attended two special camps organised under the N.S.S. for their full duration in the immediately preceding two years, a concession of 15 marks may be given.
(vi) Albino candidates will be given a concession of 10 marks.
(vii) Wards of Military personnel or the wards of Ex-Army men not paying income-tax will be given a concession of 15 marks.

NCC


(i) (a) N.C.C. Cadets representing the Nation in any activity sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Social Welfare/ Defence/ D.G., N.C.C. Delhi, shall be eligible for admission to the course irrespective of the marks obtained by them at the qualifying examination, provided they fulfil the conditions of eligibility laid down in other Ordinances.
(b)(i) All India Best Cadet Award (Girls/Boys) Army,Navy, Air Force, S.D., J.D. will be eligible for outright admission as per the above clause.
(ii) A weightage of 3% marks of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination will be given to those N.C.C. cadets who have completed one or more of the following :
(a) R.D. Camp (Note: 1% marks over and above the 3% marks will be given to those cadets getting 1st and 2nd prizes in any event at the R.D. Camp);
(b) All India Advanced Leadership Camp;
(c) Para Jumping Course (Note: 1% marks over and above the 3% marks will be given to those cadets completing the Sky Diving Course);
(d) Basic Mountaineering Course or participation in D.G., N.C.C. organised Mountaineering Expeditions on peaks which are 20,000 feet and above (Note : 1% marks over and above the 3% marks will be given to those N.C.C. Cadets completing the Adventure Mountaineering and Advanced Mountaineering Course);
(e) "C" Certificate for boys and G-II Certificate for girls who have attained 'B' grading (Note : 1% marks over and above 3% marks will be given to cadets getting 'A' grade);
(f) Snow Skiing Course;
(g) A Part-II for boys and J Part-II for girls in Junior Division N.C.C.;
(h) A cadet who has achieved the rank of S.U.O.
(iii) A weightage of 2% marks of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination will be given to those N.C.C. cadets who have completed one or more of the following :
(a) All India Summer Training Camp (Army, Navy and Air force);
(b) "C" Certificate for Boys and G Part-II for Girls with a "C" grading;
(c) All India Basic Leadership Course;
(d) Attendance with the Regular Army/ Navy/Air Force for a minimum period of 3 weeks;
(e) Water Skiing Course;
(f) A Part-I for boys and J Part-I for girls in the Junior Division N.C.C.;
(g) A cadet who has achieved the rank of U.O.
(iv) A weightage of 1% marks of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination will be given to the N.C.C. cadets who have completed one or more of the following in the immediately preceding two years.
(a) "B" certificate for boys and G-Part I for girls;
(b) Rock Climbing Course;
(c) Participation in competitions/activities held after selection by the Group Commander and organised under the auspices of N.C.C. Directorate, Rajasthan;
(d) A cadet who has achieved a Sergeant's rank.

Scouts/ Guides / Rover Scouts/Ranger Guides

(i) The following categories of Scouts/ Guides/Rover Scouts/Ranger Guides shall be eligible for admission to a course irrespective of the marks obtained by them at the qualifying examination provided they fulfill the conditions of eligibility laid down in other Ordinances:
(a) Those who have been sponsored by the National Headquarters, Bharat Scouts and Guides to represent in International events at least once in the immediately preceding five years. This privilege will be given to those who have been regular members of the Crew/Team for the last two years.
(b) Those who have been awarded President's Scout/Guide Certificate or President's Rover/Ranger Award by the President of India in the immediately preceding two years.
(ii) The following categories of Scouts/ Guides/ Rover Scouts/Ranger Guides shall be eligible for a Weightage of 5% of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination while preparing the Merit List. This weightage will also be taken into consideration towards the fulfillment of minimum requirement for admission prescribed, if any, by the Head of an Institution under the provisions of 0.81-IV of the University Handbook Part II:
"Those who have been sponsored by the State Headquarters, Bharat Scouts and Guides in National Events at least once in the immediately preceding five years. This privilege will be given to only thosewho have been regular members of the Crew/Team for the last two years i.e.Rover/Ranger Samagam."
(iii) A weightage of 3% marks of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the Scouts/Guides/Rover Scouts/Ranger Guides of the following categories:
(a) Those who have been awarded First Class Certificate by the State Commissioner in the immediately preceding two years.
(b) Those who have attended the Mountaineering Basic Course in the immediately preceding two years.
(c) Those who have attended the Rover Meet/Ranger Meet and their Crew/Team has been awarded at least three standards in the immediately preceding two years.
(iv) A Weightage of 2% marks of the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination will be given to the Scouts/ Guides/Rover Scouts/ Ranger Guides of the following categories:
(a) Those who have been awarded Ramblers Badge and Certificate in the immediately preceding two years.
(b) Those who have participated in Divisional Level Scout crafts and other competitions in the immediately preceding two years.
(c) Those who have attended an Adventure Camp at the National/ State level in the immediately preceding two years.
(d) Those who have attended the Rover meet training camp at the State level in the immediately preceding two years.

(e) Those who have rendered 240 hours Community Social Service in the immediately preceding two years.
(f) Those who have contributed at least 50% individually in getting the Prime Minister's Shield Certificate in the immediately preceding two years.
(g) Those who have attended Rover/ Ranger Training Camp at the Divisional Level in the immediately preceding two years.
(h) Those who have contributed at least 50% individually in achieving Standard of Nine Point Programme of the Rajasthan State Bharat Guides/ Scout in the immediately preceding two years.
(v) A weightage of 1% marks of the total aggregate of the marks prescribed for the qualifying examination will be given to the Scouts/ Guides/ Rover Scouts/ Ranger Guides of the following categories:
(a) Those who have been awarded Second Class Certificate duly countersigned by the State Organizing Commissioner.
(b) Those who have rendered 120 hours Community Social Service in the, immediately preceding one year.

Mountaineering


The following weightage of marks shall be given to the candidates who have taken part in Mountaineering:
(i) Basic Course in Mountaineering 1% organised by University/Recognised Institutes
(ii) Advanced Course in Mountaineering 2% organised by University Recognised Institutes
(iii) Adventure Programmes organised by 3% University or the Ministry of Education and reached 20,000 ft. height or above
(iv) National Representation in International 5% Expeditions
Note : Subject to the provision of clauses B and F above:

Defence Personnel


(i) The wards of such defence personnel of state domicile who are killed in action shall be admitted irrespective of merit provided they fulfil the eligibility conditions laid down for the course. The seats shall be limited to 3% of total seats on supernumerary basis.

Concessions for the Wards of Kashmiri Migrants


The following concession shall be admissible to the wards of Kashmiri Migrants in the matter of admission in 2012-2013.
(i) Extension in date of admission by about 30 days;
(ii) Relaxation in cut-off percentage upto 10% subject to minimum eligibility requirement;
(iii) Increase in intake capacity upto 5% course-wise;
(iv) Reservation of atleast one seat in merit quota in technical/professional institutions;
(v) Waiving of domicile requirements;
(vi) Facilitation of migration in second and subsequent years.

Concessions for the Son/Daughter / Grandson / Grand-daughter of Freedom fighter

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Reservation will be made only as per government policy (i.e. S.C.-16%, S.T. 12%, OBC 21% and SBC 1% PH 3% in each category).

Ordinance 168-A

O.168-A. Notwithstanding anything contained in these Ordinances, a candidate shall in no case be permitted to appear at two main examinations of the University simultaneously in the same year.
N.B.: This will not apply to the examination for Diploma in Indian Culture and Certificate/Diploma in Modern European Languages/Sanskrit/ Persian/ Steno-Typing/Certificate in Spoken English/ Certificate Course in Dramatics/Certificate Course in Computer Application / Diploma in Journalism / Tourism and Hotel Management.