Vijay Goel

‘Eligibility test’ may be held for admission in Delhi University on Merit basis to prevent mass cheating & copying in 12th Class Examination.

To address the rising issue of widespread cheating in 12th board examination across Bihar and other states to get admissions in Delhi University, Mr. Goel has questioned whether the students who have given their 12th board examination from Delhi will get justice or not.
Mr. Vijay Goel met Vice Chancellor Mr. YogeshTyagi yesterday and conveyed to him that it is the right time for Delhi University to take strict action against students who resort to false practices such as corruption, cheating, represent false marksheets and other malpractices in lieu of gaining admission in Delhi University. MrGoel also said that there should be a eligibility test across colleges in Delhi University which students need to pass in order to be eligible for admission in Delhi University so that students like Ruby Roy and SouravShreshtha can be kept out.
The Vice ChancellorYogeshTyagi,was open for debate in this matter.
Mr. Goel has said that different states have their own education boards, different courses and separate examination systems. These boards cannot be equated with Central Board of Secondary Education. In Some Boards liberal marking is adopted whereas in others stiff marking is done. For that purpose, the cut of list in Delhi University is also of no use.
Mr. Goel clarifies that a student may have been born in UP, Bihar, MP or Chhattisgarh but if she/he sat for 12th Board exams from Delhi, She/he would be considered a Delhi Student. He added ‘anyone who lives or studies in Delhi is a Delhite.
Mr. Goel has said that Delhi’s 18 colleges are directly funded by Delhi government. 85% seats of these colleges must go to Delhi students as in the case of these three institutions:
1.Delhi Technology University
2.NetajiSubhash Institute of Technology
3.Guru Govind Singh I.P. University

Presently entrance examinations can be held for some courses in Delhi University, then such an examination can be held for remaining courses also. It can helpdetecting students having fake mark sheets and fake degrees.
Presently 2,53,000 Delhi students passed the Delhi CBSE Exam. The Delhi University however has only 54,000 seats in 61 colleges to accommodate them and the breakup as follows
Total Seats                 54000
General Category      26000
OBC/SC/ST                23000
Mr. Goel said that it is very painful for the citizens of Delhi that their children are not able to get admission in colleges and courses of their own choice and in their home State, in spite of getting more than 60% marks. The problem is particularly acute for the girl students belonging to Delhi as their parents are reluctant to send them out of Delhi for higher education. Therefore, most of the Girls, who could not get admission in Delhi, are compelled to discontinue their studies. Students belonging to poor families, who study in Government schools, also suffer as they are unable to get admission in Delhi University Colleges.
The question is that students of other states come to Delhi for better education and better colleges. Why don’t we open better colleges in other states including Bihar?
Mr. Goel demanded from Delhi Government to open new universities with new colleges in Delhi to meet the requirements of Delhi’s students with the request to start evening college in all the 18 colleges, which come under the Delhi Government. He said that in this regards soon a delegation will meet Education Minister Manish Sisodia. 

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