This year not a single differently abled student was admitted in MA Economics course the University. At a B.Ed. college in Dharmshala, only 7 seats out of 250 were reserved for differently-abled students. Only 2 seats out of 100 seats were reserved for differently abled students in B.Ed. course offered at the University campus.
The Umang Foundation had written a letter to the High Court about the University's denial of admission to differently abled students. The court treated the letter as a PIL and directed the University to follow the regulations.
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