Delhi University introduces quota for kids of disabled soldiers
June 8, 2017
Delhi University has decided to start a quota this year for the children of Indian Army men, who have been forced to retire due to injuries suffered in a war. This means kids of those army men who had to walk out of the force due to medical reasons.
This will be a relief to students who were earlier not included in the scope of reservation of 'Children of War', CW, category. Delhi University reserves 5% of seats in the CW category, program wise in all colleges.
DU already offers admission to children and widows of officers and men of the armed forces, including para-military personnel.
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