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Donate Blood And You’ll Get 1% Extra Marks For Admission In Rajasthan Government Colleges


Donate blood and add an extra per cent while applying for admission in any government college in Rajasthan. This is according to the new admission policy 2016-17 unveiled by the state government.

How this works? Students who produce a proof of donating blood thrice in three years in a row will now get a bonus 1% at the time of admission. Higher education minister Kalicharan Saraf said”Students have to produce a certificate of donating blood from state government-affiliated blood donation centres in order to get the bonus per cent. This move has been taken to encourage students towards social service,” 

And this does not end here. The new policy further says that students who have taught at least three illiterates in three consecutive years will get a bonus of 0.5 per cent.

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