With the unique systems of the institutions available in the country which are trying to cater for the direct admission of the students and with the high demand of the seats in the school and different marginalized groups, they have to come up with ways that they can admit such students but in such criteria that they will offer the best seats to the most eligible students without bias and giving them a chance for them to apply and pick them in the right merit. Such institutions will have to consider such quota seat allocations directives that ensure that each marginalized group will have a number of their specific members of the same in the institutions. Failure to which if the institutions will not follow such quota allocating systems they can land in the court of law or have questions to answer. If the institutions will not undergo such criteria in the quota seat allocation as per the government directs they will be answerable to the court of law due to avoidance of such criteria. Some of these quota seats that the institutions have to be considerate of are the management, institutional, NRI, and disability quota allocation criteria. The various quota allocations systems that students can be enrolled in the institutions are from the management quotas, institutional, NRI, and even disability criteria depending on where they are placed or want to go to the specific institution. The post below is a summary of getting to know the direct admission criteria and how it caters to different levels of students and their capabilities in terms of how eligible they are and the institutions that they want to join.
The management quota seats are the kind of seats that are allocated for the direct merit students in each institution. The other quota seat allocation is the institutional ones that are owned by the institutions at hand and tend to be controlled by the institutions. This two even though tend to be similar they are different in terms of the management quota seats are given by the government to the students who have attained the eligible criteria and therefore have an access to the direct admission positions and which are given to the public institutions and since the private sector is given a chance to cater for the growing demand of the formal education, they also must offer such seats to the management quota before they handle other students. The institutional quota seats need students to pay an extra fee after they have completed an entrance exam of the institution that they want to join.
The NRI quota seats are the ones that are given to the students who live outside of India or their sponsorship comes from guardians who are non-resident in the state while the disability quota seats are given to the people who are disabled but if there are no such students such seats will be given to other quotas. To summarize, that is the criteria that students get admission to various institutions.