IIMs breach PhD booking policy, Dalit students denied places : IIT Bombay student body


As many as nine Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) have breached booking standards for PhD admissions, according to Ambedkar Periyar Phule Study Circle (APPSC), a student body of IIT Bombay. According to data collected over the past five years through RTIs filed by APPSC, a total of 188 Dalit Bahujan Adivasi students were denied their seats in IIMs.

According to legal requirements, 15% of the seats must be reserved for SC candidates, 7.5% for ST, 27% for OBC candidates belonging to the “non-creamy layer” (NCL-OBC), up to 10% for candidates economically weak sections (EWS) and 5% for the disabled (PwD).

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Speaking to social media platform, Twitter, the student collective revealed the proportion of Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Other Backward Caste (OBC) students in nine different IIMs . “RTI data obtained from 9 IIMs shows that they violated booking standards in doctoral admissions. 188 Bahujan Adivasi Dalit students have been denied their rightful seats in the past 5 years,” he tweeted. (sic)

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The nine IIMs include IIM Lucknow, Kozhikode, Raipur, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Indore, Shillong, Rohtak and Kashipur.

(Image source: Twitter/@APPSCIITb)

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According to RTI data obtained by APPSC, the maximum number of students admitted to IIMs was in the general category. Out of a total of 110 places reserved for the SC, 40 were admitted and 70 refused. In the ST category, out of 55 places reserved, only 13 were admitted and 42 were refused. In OBC, which has the highest reserve of the three, 123 students were admitted out of a total of 99 and 76 were denied admission.

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