Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, who called applicants – who had scored at least 50 points in the Doctoral Entrance Test (DET)-2019 – for interviews with the Research Advisory Committee (RAC), a gap of two years, said postponed the interview process.
Official sources have reported that the interview process has been postponed in view of a possible meeting of the Research Development Committee (RDC).
The DET was carried out in December 2019 and was attended by approximately 2,900 candidates. Yoga was part of the forty subjects for which the DET-2019 took place.
Surprisingly, there was no vacancy in the subject of yoga, but it was still included in DET-2019.
After the proclamation of the results, RAC interviews were conducted for all subjects other than yoga.
As no seats were vacant with the guides, RAC interviews were not conducted for the yoga topics.
With qualified applicants threatening to take the matter to court, DAVV allowed them all to take six months of classes.
Lately, DAVV issued a notice stating that four seats are vacant in the field of yoga and asked candidates scoring more than 50 points in the DET-2019 to appear in the RAC interviews scheduled for February 21.
The DAVV, however, postponed the interviews after a possible meeting of the RDC to make new guides in the field of yoga was planned.
If new guides are created in the field of yoga, the number of vacancies will increase. The RDC meeting should be scheduled for March.
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Posted: Monday, February 21, 2022, 10:29 a.m. IST