NSIT Seats Reservation
Reservation in NSIT
1. Scheduled Castes (SC)
2. Scheduled Tribes (ST)
3. Other Backward Classes (OBC)
4. Defence Category (DC)
Five percent of the total seats are reserved for defence category in the following manner and priorities:
Priority – I Children of Defence Personnel killed in action.
Priority – II Children of serving personnel and ex-servicemen disabled in action.
Priority – III Children of Defence Personnel who died in peace time with death attributable to Military Service.
Priority – IV Children of Defence Personnel physically disabled in peace time with not less than 40% of disability
attributable to Military Service.
Priority – V Children of ex-servicemen and serving personnel of the Defence/Armed Forces and all Police Forces who are in receipt of Gallantry awards.
5. Physically Challenged (PH)
3 % of the total seats are reserved for physically challenged and shall be allocated as follows:
(i) 1% for persons with low vision or blindness.
(ii) 1% for hearing impairedness.
(iii) 1% for those with loco motor disabilities and/or cerebral palsy
6. Kashmiri Migrants (KM) (Supernumerary)
One seat over and above normal intake is reserved for Kashmiri Migrant.
(a) In the case of category (1) and (2) above, the vacant seats are interchangeable.
(b) In case sufficient number of eligible candidates from the categories mentioned at (4) above are not available, the vacancies will be treated as unreserved in the respective regions.
(c) It is the sole responsibility of the candidate to prove his eligibility for claiming reservation under any of the reserved categories. The candidates under SC/ST/OBC/DC/PH/KM reserved categories will be required to produce the original certificates of the respective reserved category issued by the as and when required by the Institute. If the category certificate is not found to be in order, no benefit of the reservation category shall be given.
(d) In view of order dated: 28th October 2010 of the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi in writ petition (c) No. 5205/2010, Akansha Dohania Vs NSIT & others & writ petition (c) No. 5434/2010, Manish Kumar Vs NSIT and others, a candidate passing out from a school in the NCT of Delhi and claiming an OBC seat under Delhi OBC category is required to produce the OBC certificate of Delhi from a Competent Authority of NCT of Delhi. Similarly, candidate passing out from a school outside Delhi can only claim a seat of OBC outside Delhi category on production of valid OBC certificate issued by a Competent Authority. A candidate passing out from Delhi but having a valid OBC certificate of outside Delhi can not claim a seat either of Delhi OBC or of OBC outside Delhi.
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