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DAMMS demands exclusive quotas for Pangal students at DM College

by Huirem Naresh
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Imphal, Oct 23:

Pin pointing out irregularities while selecting list for Admission to B.Sc, B.A 1st semester for the academic session at D.M. College by the DM University the Delhi Association of Manipuri Muslim Students (DAMMS) has demanded the government an exclusive quota for the Pangal students in higher education admissions in the view that representing rightfully by acknowledging the community’s shortcomings would be contributing to the inclusive development of all. The student body also demanded the concerned authority of the D.M University to postpone the counseling date for the selected candidates immediately, revise the provisional list and release a new one at the earliest ensuring fewer shortcomings and more transparency.
A statement of the student’s body said that on October 19, D.M University has released its provisionally selected list to be admitted in B.Sc 1st Semester and B.A 1st Semester in D.M College, Imphal for the academic session 2020-21, based on the marks obtained in the class-12 Examination. The admission process is supposed to be done in the middle part of the year however, due to the pandemic it has been compelled to be done now which is understandable. In the list of nearly 950 students, lots of shortcomings have come across. Some of them are pointed out below:-
-There are names who have the same marks repeated more than once.
-There are names which can never be a Pangal (Muslim) name but has been tagged with OBC-MP against their names.
-There are sections which have not been mentioned in which category i.e unreserved, OBC, SC, or ST -he/she has been selected.
Apart from the above shortcomings, there are issues that many who deserved to be in the list have not been included. Since the university says the candidates are selected on the basis of their class-12 marks how come the students who got lesser marks are enlisted over the ones who got more?
And more interestingly only 25 students from the Pangal community are lucky enough to make into the list of nearly 950 students (both arts and science combine). It cannot be taken simply because many have applied yet failed to be enlisted despite getting higher marks than many of their counterparts who got enlisted. It is considered a deliberate act of marginalising the Pangal community by avoiding the younger generations of Pangals from getting admission. It is a grave concern that in a reputed institution like D.M College Pangals are not able to get admission rightfully.

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