Creamy layer certificate?????

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Hey all, I was goin thru the last yr's cet prospectus and i saw that OBC candidates apparently need something called a "Creamy layer certificate" I have no idea wat this is.. Can anyone throw some light on this????
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thomas_mike Says
I dont think so.... It is mentioned that oms candidates will be selected under the general catogery and are not eligible for any reservations....



That's right! OMS category students r not eligible for any reservations. They have to appear as general category students irrespective of whether they belong to OBC or any other category.
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I dont think so.... It is mentioned that oms candidates will be selected under the general catogery and are not eligible for any reservations....

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thomas_mike Says
thanks a lot for that plumber.... that really cleared a lot of the stuff up!!! In anycase i am an OMS candidate and dont qualify for any reservation....


Okay, but I think that even OBCs from outside Maharashtra are given reservations, isnt it? correct me if I am wrong.
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thanks a lot for that plumber.... that really cleared a lot of the stuff up!!! In anycase i am an OMS candidate and dont qualify for any reservation....

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I think OBC candidates to avail of reservations have to provide a proof that they do not belong to creamy layer.

Creamy layer is the category which is not eligible for reservations

Here is the definition of creamy layer for you:
Who all are to be considered a part of Creamy layer

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Hey all,
I was goin thru the last yr's cet prospectus and i saw that OBC candidates apparently need something called a "Creamy layer certificate" I have no idea wat this is.. Can anyone throw some light on this????

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