Admissions to some of the most prestigious colleges at the University of Delhi are often characterized by throat-cut competition and razor-sharp cutoffs. And if Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has his way, securing a seat in DU could get easier or a lot worse, depending on your domicile state.
Recently, the Aam Aadmi Party supremo suggested that the 28-odd colleges aided by his state government must allow reservations for students from Delhi. Kejriwal says that students from the national capital often fail to secure admission to various courses, as more than half of the seats are overtaken by aspirants from other states, often passing out of boards that witness much higher scores.
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