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What does (OBC-NCL) mean ? do I get reservation in government colleges ? 1 Year, 3 Months ago

 

So today when I finally printed my Jee mains admit card I Found OBC-NCL(central list ) written under the category cell. What does this mean? What are the chances of me getting reservation in colleges taking students through Jee Mains?What is the minimum marks I must score in Jee Mains to get admission in a branch of my choice in good universites? 

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Best of luck to all those appearing for Jee Mains tomorrow 




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Re:What does (OBC-NCL) mean ? do I get reservation in government colleges ? 1 Year, 3 Months ago

 

NCL - OBC stands for Non Creamy Layer OBC candidates. It includes those OBC candidates whose parents' dont belong to Creamy layer. This norm has been introduced by the Indian Govt. to exclude certain socially advanced persons of OBC category. The following people belong to CREAMY layer:

(I) V.V.I.Ps.- President, Vice-President, Supreme Court and High Court Judges etc.

(II) Government or State or Central PSU employees

(i) parents, either of whom is a Class I officer (direct recruits)

(ii) parents, both of whom are Class II officers (direct recruits)

(iii) parents of whom only the father is a direct Class II officer and he gets into Class I at the age of 40 or earlier.

(III) In military, parents, either of whom is in the rank of Colonel and above.

(IV) Persons engaged in Profession, Trade and Industry whose last three-year’s separate annual income is more then Rs. 4.50 lakhs per year.

(V) Families owns agriculture land having (i) ‘irrigated land’, more than 85% of the statutory ceiling area or (ii) The rule of exclusion will not apply if the land holding of a family is exclusively unirrigated.

(VI) Persons having separate gross annual income of Rs. 4.50 lakhs per year or above for a period of last three consecutive years excluding income from salaries & agricultural land.




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Shubham wrote: What does (OBC-NCL) mean ?

The Central Government of India classifies some of its citizens based on their social and economic condition as Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Other Backward Class (OBC).

The OBC list presented by the commission is dynamic (castes and communities can be added or removed) and will change from time to time depending on Social, Educational and Economic factors. For example, the OBCs are entitled to 27% reservations in public sector employment and higher education.

In the constitution, OBCs are described as "socially and educationally backward classes", and government is enjoined to ensure their social and educational development.

Persons engaged in Profession, Trade and Industry whos last three year’s separate annual income is LESS then Rs. 4.50 lakhs per year.

To get OBC reservation in central posts or central admissions like IAS, IPS, BANK, RALWAYS, IIT, NIT(JEE - MAIN), AIIMS, AGRICULTURE, MEDICAL COLLEGES & CENTRAL UNIVERSIY etc. a separate OBC certificate is required on the basis of central list of OBCs issued by Govt of India in central format (available in every Employment News).As some of the state OBC castes are not included in central list of OBCs & at many places there is a difference between state & central creamy layer criteria, the state OBCs certificates are not allowed in central reservation......!!!!!



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