Reservation in Student Admission Policy
The Constitution of India has made provision for making special provision for the advancement of any socially, and educationally backward classes of citizens of or for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and the Other Backward Class. In line with this State of Karnataka has enacted THE KARNATAKA PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (REGULATION OF ADMISSION AND DETERMINATION OF FEE) ACT, 2006 which provides reservation of seats to persons belonging to the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes and some other categories in professional educational institutions. All the admission for Government quota of seats is administered by this act.
- Providing social justice to deprived section of the people.
- Empowering the marginalized sections and ensuring their participation in the decision-making process of the State
- Equal opportunities for differently abled person.
- This policy shall be applicable to the admissions for Government quota of seats for all the programs offered by RIT.
- Categories covered under this policy are Students belonging to Schedule Cast, Schedule Tribes, OBCs, Students belonging to Rural areas, Students studied in Kannada medium, Students belonging to certain areas like Jammu & Kashmir and Hyderabad Karnataka.
- Special Categories covered under this policy are disabled students, wards of Defense, Ex-defense personnel, Central Armed Police force, Ex- Central Armed Police force, Students participated in NCC, Scouts & Guides, Sports and Students belonging to Anglo-Indian community.
- RIT’s Reservation in Students Admission Policy has adopted Section 9 of THE KARNATAKA PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (REGULATION OF ADMISSION AND DETERMINATION OF FEE) ACT, 2006.
- This policy is dynamic i.e, shall be adjusted suitably as and when the Government of
- Karnataka changes or amends the provision the above-mentioned Act.
RESERVATION OF SEATS
|Name of the Special Category
|Reservation for RESERVED
Reservation is made in favour of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes of citizens under categories 1, 2A, 2B,
3A and 3B in accordance with Government Order No. SWL 251 BCA 94 dated 31st January 1995, as amended from time to time.
Production of a “Caste Certificate / Caste Income Certificate” issued by the concerned Jurisdictional Tahasildar in accordance with the Government order No.Sa Ka E 225 BCA 2002 dated 30th March 2002 and No. Sa Ka E 104 BCA 2011 dated 06-02-2012 as
amended from time to time, in Form ‘D’ in case of Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes; in Form ‘E’ in case of Category-I; in Form ‘F’ in case of Other Backward Classes like 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in support of the claim is mandatory for selecting a seat under reserved category. (Annexure-II to this rule is reproduced for the information of the candidates and parents)
Provided that candidates belonging to SC, ST & Category
– I shouldproduce an Income certificate issued by Jurisdictional Tahasildar in the prescribed format appended to this brochure. (This is for the purpose of processing eligibility of candidates to claim Tuition Fee exemption and Government of India scholarship).
Provided further that only candidates of Karnataka origin and who are claiming eligibility for Government seats in accordance with the eligibility clause (a), (b), (f), (h), (j), (k), (l) and (o) of Item – 6 of Chapter – I of 1st Brochure shall be eligible to claim the benefit of reservation under this sub-rule. The candidates claiming eligibility for Government seats under eligibility clauses (c), (d), (e), (g), (i), (m), (n) are not eligible to claim the benefit of reservation
|Reservation for RURAL CANDIDATES
15% of the Government seats will be reserved horizontally in favour of rural candidates who have studied for 10 full academic years from 1st Standard to 10th Standard in educational institutions situated in places in the State of Karnataka other than larger urban area, smaller urban area or transitional area as mentioned in Karnataka Municipalities Act, 1964 or Karnataka Municipal corporations Act, 1976 in accordance with the Government Order No. ED 01 TEC 2002, Bangalore, dated 01-02-2002 and the eligibility criteria shall be as defined in the Karnataka Reservation of Appointments of Posts in the Civil services of the State for Rural Candidates Act, 2000 (Karnataka Act 1 of 2001). The candidates whose parents do not come under the creamy layer and the candidates who have studied TEN full academic years from 1st Standard to 10th Standard in places other than the places listed in this brochure will be eligible for claiming the benefit of Rural reservations. However, if the candidates have studied in these places from 1st to 10th standard before the date of notification as urban area, such candidates are eligible to claim rural reservation benefit.
5% of the Government seats will be reserved horizontally in favour of the Kannada medium candidates who have studied TEN full academic years in Kannada medium from 1st Standard to 10th Standard, in accordance with the Government Order No. ED 118 UEC 2000, Bangalore dated 04-06-2000 and as amended vide Government Order No. ED 02 UEC 2002, Bangalore dated 14-10-2005.
|Reservation for WARD OF JAMMU & KASHMIRI MIGRANTS
Reservation is made in favour of the son / daughter of Jammu & Kashmiri migrants, who satisfy the eligibility condition for Government seats in accordance with clause (m) of Item – 6 of Chapter – I of e-brochure. One seat each in all the Government Medical and Dental Colleges of the state AND One seat each in Engineering colleges, irrespective of course.
|Reservation of seats for ARTICLE 371(J)
Reservation as per “The Karnataka Educational Institutions (Regulations of Admission in the Hyderabad- Karnataka Region) Order, 2013”.
The part of the State called the Hyderabad-Karnataka Region comprising the districts of Bidar, Gulbarga, Yadgir, Raichur, Koppal and Bellary shall be regarded as the local area.
70% of the available seats in every course of study in any regional University or educational institution located in the places referred above in the local area shall be reserved in favour of the local persons, in respect of such University or education institution.
8% of the available seats in every course of study provided in a statewide University or a state wide educational institution be allocated among the local candidates of the Hyderabad-Karnataka Region.
The eligible candidates should produce the relevant certificate in ANNEXURE – A appended to this brochure issued by the concerned Assistant Commissioner during document verification to become eligible to claim seat under Hyderabad- Karnataka Reservation (Article 371 (J)) in CET-2020 as per rules.
The merit determined under Rule – 7 (Please see Item – 6) will remain the same for the purpose of eligibility and benefit of reservation under Item – 7. If any seat reserved infavour of candidates belonging to any of the categories referred Item – 7 above is not filled up due to non-availability of eligible candidates belonging to such categories, the reservation to that extent will stand reduced and will be transferred to the General Merit category after allotment of seats
RESERVATION OF SEATS IN FAVOUR OF SPECIAL CATEGORY CANDIDATES (Subject to Change / Amendment)