With the less number of institutions in the country and the high number of students who want to get the formal education so that they can advance in their career, there are many ways that the instructions will have to cater for the direct admission of the students so that they can give each student a chance to get in the university and at the same time having seats set aside for the most eligible students. To ensure every marginalized group in the state, the institutions will have to take care of the quota seats allocation criteria as per the government criteria so that they can have all such groups taken care of in the institutions. To ensure that every marginalized group has its number shares 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 seat allocations are the management quota seats, institutional, NRI, disability, and many more quota allocation criteria that the institutions have to consider. 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 seats that are allocated for the direct admission students are the management quota seats. The institutional quota seats are the ones that are allocated to institutions but they are owned by the specific institution that holds such positions. 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. While the students love the institutional quota seats and this is because they have a chance to join the institutions that they want and this is because they only need to pay a higher amount of the fees compared to the management quota seats and after doing an exam that will help them get a seat in the institutions.
As the name suggests to bot the NRI and disability seats, these are given to the students who reside outside India and the ones who have any disability, and therefore even there is no one to fill such spaces, they can be allocated to other quotas. To sum it up, that is how you can understand the quota seat allocation systems and how institutions will admit the students.