Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Jhelot, has taken a big step to provide reservations for EWS students on undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Ayurveda Government College, Udaipur.
For this, Prime Minister Ashok Jhelot approved the proposal to increase 15 seats in the undergraduate course and 10 seats in the postgraduate level. These seats have been increased to accommodate bookings for EWS students.
It is noteworthy that at present, the normal admission capacity for undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Ayurveda State College, Udaipur is 60 and 40 respectively. Now increased to 75 and 50. As a result of this seat increase, the state government will bear an additional financial burden of Rs 72.79 lakh per annum.
Gehlot’s decision won’t spoil one year of time for students who have already been accepted into the increased seats. On this topic, actions will also be taken according to the rules after obtaining clarification from the officers or employees responsible for granting admission to additional seats to students without permission from the Financial Department.
At the same time, Prime Minister Gehlot also approved a proposal to change the name of the computer service subsidiary for statistics Planning and Statistics Department of Planning and Statistics Department to Statistical Assistant.