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The purpose of this study was to assess the socio-cultural and political effects of the continuation of native selection from the perspective of higher education administrators and experts, including experts from the headquarters of higher education, university assistants and educational and student-cultural departments, including universities affiliated to the Ministry of Science and Ministry of Health and Medical Education. This research is a survey research and its statistical community includes experts in educational affairs that 79 of them were selected through purposeful sampling and were evaluated using a questionnaire. Validity of the questionnaire by content method (CVR) and its reliability was assessed by Cronbach's alpha test. To analyze the data, quantitative data analysis software (SPSS) and variance analysis and mean difference between two groups have been used. In this regard, the findings of this research in the descriptive dimension showed that among the total number of respondents (79), about 34% agree with the policy of indigenization, and 66% oppose this policy or method. Respondents who worked in the Ministry of Science, responsible or expert positions, did not agree with non-nominal policies. Also, 43% of the respondents at the universities of the Ministry of Science are opposed to the natively selection of students and 59% of the faculty members of the medical universities agree native selection of students. In order to ensure the realities of these ratios, a chi-square test was conducted between the two variables of native selection of students and organizational affiliation, which confirmed the value of this test (43.13) at 95% confidence level. The most important suggestions of this research are: The importance of diversifying the tribes and multicultural campuses of the universities, the exclusion of indigenous peoples from the provincial, regional and polar states and the application of indigenous choices and fairer distribution of deprived areas.