The Rajasthan government has increased the number of seats for granting reservation to students belonging to Economically Weak (EWS) category in the undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the Government Ayurveda College, Udaipur. For this, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has approved the proposal to increase 15 seats in the undergraduate course of the college and 10 in the post-graduation.
It is noteworthy that at present the regular admission capacity in undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the Government Ayurveda College, Udaipur is 60 and 40 respectively. Now it has been increased to 75 and 50. As a result of this seat increase, the state government will incur an additional financial burden of Rs 72.79 lakh per year.
According to the official statement, this decision of Gehlot will not spoil the time of one year for the students who have already taken admission in the increased seats. In this subject, action will be taken as per rules, after getting clarification from the officers or personnel responsible for giving additional seats to the students without the permission of the Finance Department.
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