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Assam government approves 5% reservation in BTech/ BE courses for government school passouts post MBBS

Assam's CM Himanta Biswa Sarma, announced that the Assam government granted approval for seat reservations in Government Engineering Colleges' Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) and Bachelor of Engineering (BE) courses. This applies to students who graduated from state government schools.

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In a move to ensure equitable opportunities for students with varied backgrounds, Assam’s CM Himanta Biswa Sarma, announced that the Assam government granted approval on Friday for seat reservations in Government Engineering Colleges’ Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) and Bachelor of Engineering (BE) courses. This applies to students who graduated from state government schools.

During the regular cabinet meeting in Tinsukia district, the cabinet made the decision to approve a 5% seat reservation for students who completed their education from Class 7 to 10 in government schools (under SEBA) and from Class 11 to 12 in government schools/colleges/provincialised colleges (under AHSEC).

It’s worth noting that in October, the state government endorsed the formulation of a policy to reserve 5% of seats in MBBS/BDS courses in Government medical and dental colleges. 

This reservation is for students who completed their education from class 7 to 10 in government schools under SEBA and from class 11 to 12 in state government and provincialised schools under AHSEC.

Meanwhile, the government also made several significant decisions. Assam’s CM, Himanta Biswa Sarma, posted on X,about the important key dicisions that the Cabinet has taken.

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