The use of the NCERT curriculum for CUET has given an edge to students of CBSE-affiliated schools.
CBSE students have an inherent advantage in the admissions based on CUET which is followed by DU this year. However, the Vice-Chancellor has stated that more options in question papers may help state board students as well. The use of the NCERT curriculum for CUET has given an edge to students of CBSE-affiliated schools.
As the curriculum used for CUET is NCERT, CBSE students have some inherent advantages. Choices have also been given choices. Options have also been given for the students to skip some questions. The major reason for introducing CUET was the disparity among the boards.
It was seen that some boards were very lenient and some were very strict. When students are admitted into the DU from throughout the country without doing any normalisation, then some students who come from a very strict board do not get a fair chance in the whole system.
Similar to the previous years, students from CBSE continue to get a large share of the seats. Out of the 55,000 students finally admitted, 47,790 students are from CBSE. This is because most of the good schools across the country are affiliated with CBSE.
The next set of students was from the ICSE board with around 2000 in number. The third majority of students is followed by the Bihar board with 1280 students. Students from the Bihar board were not getting a fair chance in the previous system as it is a strict board in terms of marks.
LIST OF STUDENTS ADMITTED FROM OTHER BOARDS:
- Uttar Pradesh board – 1222 admissions
- Rajasthan board – 765 admissions
- Haryana board – 436 admissions
- Kerala board – 350 admissions
- Madhya Pradesh Board – 312 admissions
- Jammu and Kashmir board – 278 admissions
- Jharkhand board – 153 admissions
Even in the previous system, very few students from secured admissions from the state boards compared to CBSE. The ordering is however very indicative. Representations occur as a normal phenomenon from the neighbouring states around Delhi.
However, in previous years, there were cases such as one year for one board and another year for another board. Thus, there was concentration from a single board. However, this problem has been eliminated now.
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