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  • Without prejudice to the provisions of the Act and the Statutes, and other Rules of the University, no student shall be eligible for admission to any programme of study in the University unless he/she has passed the examination or examinations prescribed by the University for Admission to the concerned programme.

  • The policy of the Govt. of India and the guidelines of the UGC, regarding the reservation of seats for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, OBCs and also for Persons with disabilities (PWD) candidates shall be implemented.

  • Foreign nationals either residing in India or abroad or Indian nationals residing abroad may be admitted to a programme according to the policy guidelines laid down by the Government of India/ statutory authorities of the University from time to time.

  • At entry level, admission of a candidate to any programme would be made only in its first semester. He/she shall be promoted to the subsequent semesters of the programme after completing necessary formalities as prescribed for each programme.

  • In exceptional cases lateral entry of a candidate, shall be considered for admission to a later semester of any programme on the recommendations of the concerned as per migration policy of the university.

  • In-service candidates sponsored by their employers shall be considered for admission to a programme only if they get study leave to fulfill residency requirements of the programme

  • If a student admitted to any programme is found at any stage medically unfit, his / her admission shall be cancelled after following the due process.

  • If at any time it is discovered that a candidate has made a false or incorrect statement or other fraudulent means have been used for securing admission his/her name shall be removed from the rolls of the University.

  • No student shall be eligible for admission to a first degree programme in any of the faculties unless he/she has successfully passed the examination conducted by a Board/University at the +2 level of schooling (either through formal schooling for 12 years, or through open school system) or its equivalent.

  • The admission shall be made on merit on the basis of criteria notified by the university, keeping in view the guidelines/norms in this regard issued by the UGC and other statutory bodies concerned and taking into account the reservation policy issued by the government concerned from time to time.

  • Student enrollment shall be in accordance with the academic and physical facilities available keeping in mind the norms regarding the student-teacher ratio, the teaching-non-teaching staff ratio, laboratory, library and such other facilities. The in-take capacity shall be determined at least six months in advance by the university through its academic bodies in accordance with the guidelines/norms in this regard issued by the UGC and other statutory bodies concerned so that the same could be suitably incorporated in the admission brochure for the information of all concerned.

  • For Pursuing Two Academic Programmes Simultaneously

    • A student can pursue two full time academic programmes in physical mode provided that in such cases, class timings for one programme do not overlap with the class timings of the other programme.
    • A student can pursue two academic programmes, one in full time physical mode and another in Open and Distance Learning (ODL)/Online mode; or up to two ODL/Online programmes simultaneously.
    • Degree or diploma programmes under ODL/Online mode shall be pursued with the approval for running such programmes of UGC/Statutory Body/Govt. of India for running such programmes.
    • Degree or diploma programmes under these guidelines shall be governed by the Regulations notified by the UGC and also the respective statutory/professional councils, wherever applicable.
    • No retrospective benefit can be claimed by the students who have already done two academic programmes simultaneously prior to the notification of these ordinances. The above guidelines shall be applicable only to the students pursuing academic programmes other than Ph.D. programme.


  • No student shall be admitted in two regular Programs concurrently within or outside the University except that a student pursuing a degree program in the University ,may be permitted to take admission in a part-time certificate/ diploma/ advanced diploma courses or in a programs/courses under the 'distance learning mode' approved by the UGC ;provided further that the student shall have to obtain prior permission of the University for taking admission in the additional programs under the 'distance mode'.

  • Unless otherwise provided, a student may join part-time courses provided he/she fulfils the eligibility requirements as per procedure laid down for the purpose.

  • A student who has completed a Postgraduate/ Undergraduate /Certificate program/Course shall not be allowed to be admitted again in the same program/course in the same discipline.

  • Anyone who has been suspended, rusticated, debarred, expelled etc. by a competent authority of the University shall be prohibited from claiming admission in any course whatsoever. Similarly, no person, who is under sentence or expulsion or rustication from another institution/university, shall be admitted to any course of study during the period for which the sentence is in operation.

  • Admission to any course of the University can be cancelled, at any time, if any material information furnished by the student is found to be false /incorrect.

  • A student who has taken admission to any course as a full-time regular student will forfeit his/her right if he becomes an ex-student of the University and will not be allowed to appear at any Examination of the University as an ex-student, except in the case of improvement, if the rules so permit.


  • Admission for every Programme shall be advertised in leading newspapers at the national level and also on the University's website.Application for admission to the University shall be submitted to the Director Admissions of the university in such a form as may be prescribed and within the last date fixed in respect of each programme. A student shall be eligible for admission to any course of study offered by the University if she/he fulfills the eligibility criteria and followed the admission process prescribed by the University for that Particular Course of study.
    Provided that the application for admission shall be supported by:-
    A migration certificate or a no objection certificate from the concerned University or Board; and Provided further that the application of a student who has not completed his course of study of any other University may be considered for admission to a course of this University, if the pattern and syllabi are similar, subject to fulfillment of conditions and provisions, if any, regarding transfer of credits etc., which may be prescribed by Regulations in this regard.

  • Every student admitted to a Department or a Centre or an Institution maintained by the University shall be enrolled by the University on receipt of an application for enrolment from him/her duly forwarded by the concerned Dean of the Institution:
    Provided that the application for enrolment shall be supported by:-

    • Mark sheet of qualifying examination, in original
    • Migration certificate or no objection certificate, in original; and
    • Fee, as prescribed by the university
    • Character Certificate from the Institution last attended.
  • A student enrolled by the University shall be allotted a registration number.
    A candidate shall be admitted to a programme on his / her registration as a student of the University after paying the fee prescribed by the University.


  • The University shall admit international students based on the equivalence of entry qualification held by them. The equivalence is to be determined by the University Grants Commission (UGC) or any other body recognised by UGC for such purpose or the concerned regulatory bodies of the country.

  • The University shall create 25% supernumerary seats for international students, over and above of University's total sanctioned enrolment for Certification, Diploma, Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes.

  • The 25% of the supernumerary seats for international students will not include the international students under exchange programmes or /and through Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the university or between Government of India and other countries.

  • The University shall distribute all 25% seats to all departments and Schools as per availability of infrastructure and qualified faculty.

  • If a seat remains unfilled in the supernumerary category, it shall be allocated to anyone other than an international student as per the rules and regulations of the University prescribed from time to time.


Late admissions may be accepted purely at the discretion of the Vice-Chancellor subject to fulfillment of guidelines prescribed by the regulatory bodies (i.e. UGC/AICTE/BCI) in accordance with instructions/guidelines on the subject.


  • A student of the 1st Year/1st Term of any course who is detained due to not meeting the academic requirements, may be allowed to continue with the course of studies as a fresh student as per rules for such programs.

  • A student of other than 1st Year/1st Semester, who has not taken the examination due to shortage of attendance, may be given re-admission in the said class of that course in the next consecutive year/semester. In case, the student fails to fulfil the requirement of attendance after being given re-admission, his/her admission shall stand cancelled.


  • Students may withdraw their admission by the date of registrations as specified by the University or before the same. The University will refund his/her deposited amount after deducting processing fee and other charges, as prescribed from time to time. In case the student registers for the program on the specified dates or later and then withdraws, the refund shall be made after deducting pro-rata monthly charges, provided the seat is filled up, otherwise, the student shall forfeit the entire amount.

  • Further, in case a candidate withdraws after the date of closure of the admission process as specified in the prospectus /admission offer letter, the entire amount deposited by the candidate, except the security deposit shall be forfeited.


  • All students admitted provisionally or otherwise to any program are required to submit their marks sheets, provisional certificates, etc. of the qualifying examination and other documents at the time of counseling for admissions.

  • The Admission Committee can cancel the Admission of any student who fails to submit the prescribed documents or to meet the stipulated requirements-

  • The Admission Committee may also cancel the admission at any stage during the course, if it is found that the student had supplied some false information or suppressed relevant information while seeking admission.

  • Any student willing to cancel his/her seat is required to send cancellation request in written to the Dean Admissions. The request should reach the concerned office 10 days before the last date of admissions. Once the request is received, students are mailed an admission cancellation form and requested details of Bank account

  • The applicant is required to fill the Admission Cancellation Form duly signed by the applicant and parents, scan and revert with requisite bank details.