“A Central Admission Grievance Redressal Committee (CAGRC) for Admission to Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs has been constituted with faculty members for the academic session 2022-23 to run the admission process smoothly in the university,” the notification said.
Other members of the committee are Bhupesh Rathore, Law Center II; Ruchika Ramakrishnan, Shyam Lal College; Manju Kumari Saroj, Gargi College; Jasmeet Kaur, Mata Sundri College; M. Khyothonglo Humtsoe, Center for Cluster Innovation; Renu Yadav, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College; Laishram Rajender Kumar Singh, ACBR; and Mahender Kumar-Meena, Shivaji College.
Each college forms separate commissions
Apart from one central committee, each constituent college of Delhi University has also been directed to form a committee. The purpose is to handle complaints that arise during the admissions process. Candidates are expected to approach the Grievance Redressal Committee of the concerned college in case of any admission related issue.
“If the college does not resolve the grievance within a reasonable time, the candidate may approach the Central Grievance Redressal Committee of the University of Delhi. If the grievance is found to be relevant and genuine and if the seats in the particular program and college combination are filled, then such candidate will be additional seat offered, the official said,” the official said.