According to university authorities, Delhi University will soon open a center to study impairments to promote inclusion in the classroom. During a webinar, the sources said that the center would offer several computer- and skill-related courses.
“A center for the study of impairments is being established at Delhi University, and it will house numerous new courses. The center’s primary goal will be to increase inclusivity in administration and education, “Bipin Kumar Tiwari, a special assignment officer at the university’s Equal Opportunity Cell, stated. He said that the center would give sign language significant attention. He stated, “We intend to launch several computer-related and skill-improving courses under the facility.
The purpose of the webinar was to inform students of the reservation regulations to support minority and underprivileged students throughout the ongoing admissions process. According to the authorities, applicants who fall under the category of “person with benchmark disability (PwBD)” are also entitled to 5% of the total sanctioned strength for each program across all DU campuses. They noted that separate merit lists would be released for applicants seeking admission under the PwBD quota.
According to Mr. Tiwari, applicants will only be considered for admissions under pertinent categories if they present a genuine certificate or document issued by the appropriate issuing body. Every institution will set up a grievance redressal committee, according to Mr. Tiwari, to address complaints that may surface during the admissions process. Additionally, a subcommittee for grievance resolution for candidates belonging to backward and minority categories will also be established,” he added.