Yes! Infact we allow students to select upto 10 colleges per course applied,in the order of their prefernece and based on merit, provide admission in their preferred college.
Ofcourse yes.You can apply for as many courses as you have interest in.However, you will have to apply for each course's eligibility separately(and thus also pay separately for each course)
Well, University does not offer distance learning programs to international students.So that's not an option for you at all.
We offer you to chose your top 10 preferred colleges and assume that you would be happy to have got admission in one of them.Once collge has been allocated based on your preference and the college's merit equirements(NRI cut off).We shall appreciate that you do not request change in the allocated colleges, since they were all your choices eventually.
Kindly go to the option of search colleges by pin-code and see all colleges around that locality.
Kindly send us an email with the subject "ADD COLLEGE" and list down details like the name of the college, course, website, contact and any more as available with you.We shall get in touch with them and ask them to register with us.The process might take a week, however, you can apply to the remaining meanwhile and once the college registers, we shall help you to add that in your preferences.
Kindly send us an email with the subject "ADD COURSE" and list down details like the name of the course, colleges offering the same and any more as available with you.We shall get in touch with the colleges and ask them to register the course with us.The process might take a week unless the course cannot be offered by the University.
This single window admission process is mandatory for all International Students (coming from a country / board outside India.The consequences of not abiding by the mandate could be === .In case the college accepts your admission directly, you may be held up before examinations and your result shall not be made available to you.
In order to change the course you should have an eligibility letter for your desired course.Thus you're expected to begin with aplying for eligibility immediately before admissions for the year close else you will be requested to apply for a new course in the next academic year.
Kindly send us an email from your registered email id & we will get it sorted.
Allocation happens when the students college preference meets the college's percentage requirement(cut-off).Our aim is to provide student's first preference.However, in case any/all the selected preferences do not approve the student's percentage for admission, then we shall step in and provide a college outside the preference list to ensure that the student does not waste an entire academic year.
You are given this option twice during the admission process. Firstly, While selecting the course you can input your preferred college. Secondly, before paying the 2nd application fee you can review your preferences.
Kindly check the messageBox first to know if there is any unfulfilled requirement with respect to some information, documents or the AIU equivalence certificate(check FAQ for AIU).If there is no additional requirement, then you shall obtain your eligibility letter within 15-25 days of applying.You will be able to downlaod it under MY APPLICATIONS as soon as department accepts your application and considers you eligible.We appreciate your cooperation and patience. If it has already exceeded 30days since you made payment/rectification,as the case may be, then please write to us in the messageBox
After obtaining your eligibility letter, follow the steps as seen under MY APPLICATION.You may be required to upload student visa depending on your category and then make the second payment towards one time application fee.Upon receipt of this payment,your application will be processed and you will be allocated a college from your preference list depending upon merit.
In order to apply for higher education, you must have the necessary qualification to be eligible.When we say necessary qualification, we mean for a bachelor's course you should have completed higher secondary school(10+2 / 9+3 / 8+4 / O + AS + A level /any other as equivalent to HSC in India with minimum 4 subjects) and for a master's degree you should have passed your bachelor's course.
Prima facie letter refers to the student's provisional eligibility letter based on which he can move further to pursue his desired course and even to apply for visa.