Admission to Central Hindu Boys-Girls School (CHS), to be held from session 2020-2021, will be followed by reservation rules. Along with this, it will also be followed in admissions in Ranveer Sanskrit School. Its order has also been issued by BHU Registrar on the initiative of Kaushalendra Singh, member of National Backward Classes Commission.
OBC (Other Backward Classes) will get the reservation from this session in Central Hindu School (CHS) boys, Central Hindu School (CHS) girls as well as Ranveer Sanskrit School which are associated with Banaras Hindu University.
Every year, Banaras Hindu University conducts School Entrance Test (SET) for admission in classes 6, 9 and 11. Millions of students from across the country appear in it. This year too, online forms were filled in February-March. Like every year, the entrance exam was scheduled to be held in May but could not be done due to COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown.
Kaushalendra Singh Patel was asked to provide information to BHU regarding reservation in CHS. With his initiative, Kaushalendra Singh Patel had asked the BHU administration to present its case on 17 August. In this regard, the Registrar gave his information about starting the reservation system.
Meanwhile, the Registrar Neeraj Tripathi sent a letter to Kaushalendra informing him about this. It has been decided to start the reservation facility in the three schools from this session (2020-21). Candidates will be provided reservation in admission.
Kaushalendra said that the BHU administration had been summoned in the last few days to provide reservation to OBC candidates in schools, in which the registrar had asked to start the reservation system in his favour. Despite this, there was no initiative. On August 17, the BHU administration was asked to present its case.
Meanwhile, the Registrar Neeraj Tripathi has sent a letter stating that the reservation facility will be started in the Ranveer Sanskrit School along with Central Hindu Girls School and Boys School from session 2020-21. Its order has also been issued on 14 August by the University Registrar, in which he has also regretted the delay in replying to the Commission’s letter citing the closure of the university.