FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Undergraduate Admission, Course and Fees Related FAQs – Delhi University

Student can apply for maximum of three ECA categories.

Admission to UG Programs under ECA Category is available only for merit-based programs and is not available in programs where admission is based on the entrance test.

Maximum of five best certificates can be uploaded under any ECA Category.

There are 77 colleges and 16 faculties affiliated to the University of Delhi, spread across Delhi. North Campus and South Campus serve as the two main campuses of the University.

1.Reservation of seats in Delhi University.
2. OBC- There is 27% of seats reserved for OBC category, with 10% relaxation on marks.
3. SC/ST- Candidates under the category of SC/ST reservation of 22.5% on seats and 5% of marks relaxation.

In the Arts Stream, 7 colleges are ranked in the top 10 as follows:

1st: Hindu College
2nd: St.Stephen’s College
3rd: Miranda House
4th: Lady Shri Ram College
5th: Hansraj College
9th: Gargi College
10th: Ramjas College

In the Commerce Stream, 5 colleges are ranked in the top 10 as follows:

1st: Shri Ram College of Commerce
2nd: Hindu College
3rd: Lady Shri Ram College
4th: Hansraj College
7th: Ramjas College

5 colleges as follows are ranked among the top 10 for the Best Placement Record:

1st. Lady Shri Ram College
2nd. Shri Ram College of Commerce
3rd. Hindu College
6th. Deshbandhu College
7th. Hansraj College

Though DU has around 70,000 sanctioned UG seats, its admission policy dictates that colleges must admit all students clearing the announced cut-offs, thereby increasing the total intake in many courses.

A certificate should not be uploaded more than once.

The certificate should be legible (properly scanned) and properly uploaded.

The certificate should clearly specify the category/subcategory and level of performance (solo/group).

Would a student be given another chance to upload certificates if needed?

Students would be given only ONE chance to upload certificates at the time of registration for admissions under ECA category. No requests for providing second chance would be entertained

The applicant can claim points for an event only once. Of the two certificates for the same event, the one getting a higher score will be considered for the purpose of calculation.

It would vary from college to college and not more than 15% concession in academic merit vis-à-vis Unreserved Category applicants from the last relevant cut-off will be given for admission to a specific course subject to course-specific eligibility criteria. The information about specific concession given by each College will be uploaded on the DU UG Admission website.

This information can be accessed by the student from college website as well from DU UG Admission website.

The application and allotment process for UG Admission under ECA is done in a centralised manner by the University. So, a student need not separately apply to individual colleges for the same. However, for Jesus & Mary College and St. Stephens, please check the college website.

The allotment of program and College to the Candidate on the basis of ECA will be done in a centralized manner by the University through a centralized ECA Merit List and based on the preferences of Colleges and programs indicated by the applicant. The allotment will be based on

1) The rank of the applicant in the order of centralized ECA Merit List
2) Program-specific eligibility criteria, last relevant cut-off list
3) The availability of program in the College
4) ECA category/sub-category in the College.

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After the declaration of the final Centralized ECA Merit List, you will be asked to indicate Colleges/Programmes preferences. You are advised to give maximum preferences thereof as individual inquiry in this matter would not be handled.

Admissions will be strictly based on the ECA seats offered by a college in a particular category/subcategory. For instance, number of seats in Music/Indian Vocal in a particular college is 02 then not more than 02 can be admitted under the same.

The ECA seat matrix provided by various colleges to the university cannot be altered at any stage of the admission process.

The following colleges offer seats under ECA category – Divinity

  1. Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College
  2. Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College
  3. Mata Sundri College for Women
  4. Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce

Candidate’s name appearing in the ECA Merit List does not guarantee admission in college and program. The admission of the Candidate is subject to fulfilment of program-specific eligibility criteria, the availability of program and ECA category in the College and rank in order of merit list. The final admissions are subject to the availability of seats in colleges.

There is no offline form for DU admissions. You need to register and fill only the online Registration form which will be applicable for all Centralized admissions in colleges of DU.

No, you don’t have to fill any other form, expect the DU admission form available at   www.admission.uod.ac.in. This form will be applicable for centralized admission to all Colleges. However, if you wish to apply to St. Stephen’s and/or Jesus and Mary College, then you must also  fill their College specific registration form (available on the website of the respective College). 

No, there is no offline form/method. You have to apply through the centralized online Admission Portal www.admission.uod.ac.in only.

Be careful while filling the Registration form. Email id is used for all correspondence related to admissions and hence after. It is a mandatory field, so fill it very carefully.

You can register in multiple courses by choosing all the courses that you wish to apply through a single online registration form.

Yes, candidates can apply for undergraduate courses based on entrance tests through the registration form. Select the program in which you wish to appear in the entrance test and pay the fees accordingly.

No, one single form submits your registration and application for admission to the various colleges (except St. Stephen’s and Jesus & Mary College) of the University of Delhi.

You may choose the Minority Option in the Registration form and upload your certificate. If you wish to be considered under the Christan minority category in St. Stephen’s and Jesus & Mary College, you must also fill their separate Registration form.

No, the portal does not allow you to register twice with the same email id. However, you can rectify your error by again logging into your account, and using the “Edit” button at the end of each session/page. You can do this till you click on the “Payment” link to pay the fee and thus submit your registration form. After you have submitted your form, you may not be allowed to make any changes.

No, only a single candidate can apply from one account for UG Admissions. Each appli- cant/candidate must create a separate account and fill the separate online registration form.

No, you should not use the email id of anyone else. It is advisable to register through your own personal email id. You must create a valid email account and remember its password, as all the communication from the University will be sent to your registered email.

Your email address will be your login id during the registration process. It is absolutely necessary that you remember your email address, without which University will not be able to help you.

Being a central university, the University of Delhi does not have any relaxation for any domicile. In the field of “Domicile”, you should fill as stated in the Adhaar card of the candidate.

The PwBD candidates may fill the online application form by using assistive technology. In particular, the visually impaired candidates may use screen reading softwares such as JAWS or NVDA to complete the application form. Those unable to use computers may take human assistance.

All possible measures are taken during the development phase to avoid such a situation. However, such a problem may arise due to Internet issues or if a large number of candidates access the website simultaneously. The registration form has a “Save and Continue” feature, which you may use if you are not able to complete the entire form in one session. You are advised to click on the “Save” button on each page/session separately to save the information, and you may proceed with filling up the remaining online registration form after refreshing the link or logging into your account in another session. You are also advised not to wait till the last day to complete or submit the form.

Payment is accepted online only through Credit card/Debit card/Net Banking/UPI. Make sure that you pay only through the payment link provided in the Admissions Portal. No payment is accepted in cash.

All candidates have to pay the registration fee as specified in Section 1 of the UG Admis- sions Bulletin 2021-22. There is a provision for fee concession in most of the colleges but only after admission. You are advised to contact the college for details.

A detailed resolution pathway for dealing with technical issues related to online payment will be provided as an Annexure (to be updated on the University Website) to the Undergraduate Bulletin of Information 2021-22. You may approach the numbers and emails listed there with complete details of the transaction under “Grievance section”. Resolution of queries of this nature will be taken up on the priority basis.

Admissions in the colleges are not based on first come first serve policy. Instead, the candidates who have filled the online registration form and satisfies the eligibility criteria and cut-off for a particular course in a particular college will be considered for admission as per the schedule of admission specified time to time on University website.

Yes, provided you fulfill the course-specific eligibility conditions and meet the requisite cut- off for the course you wish to seek admission to. Refer to Undergraduate Bulletin of Information 2021-22 for more information.

Once you are admitted in a particular subject, you can change your subject only before the last date of admission. Provided you meet the requisite cut-off and seats are available. You cannot change your subject during the course of study or after completing the first year of your study.

Yes, you can get admission in the University of Delhi provided the result of the compartment exam is declared before the admission process is completed and seats are available. You are supposed to update the online registration form by filling your latest marks, possibly till the end of admissions, while the registration portal is open.

The online registration form is applicable for all merit-based courses in various colleges. For applying to minority colleges like St. Stephens and Jesus and Mary, you will need to visit the portal of these colleges to fill their registration form separately. However, it is mandatory for those candidates who wish to apply to minority colleges to enter the university registration number in the online form of the minority colleges. These colleges shall follow the admission procedures notified well in advance on their websites.

Yes, you can submit the online registration form by choosing “Awaited” in the drop-down menu of “Result Status” on the “Academic Details” page/section while entering the information. However, you will have to fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria and meet the college- and course- specific cut-off list during the stipulated period.

You can fill in the online registration form using the “Awaited” option for “Result Status” if you have submitted your marks for re-evaluation or if you have appeared again for the paper(s) that you have not passed in. Once your updated marks appear, you may update the Registration Portal. However, your registration form will be valid only if you update your marks within the admission period, and if you fulfill the course-specific eligibility criteria, meeting the cut-off marks for that course/college and subject to the availability of seats.

The registration fee is mandatory for all categories and will not be refunded or adjusted in any circumstances.

Please ensure that you have:

1) Completed the mandatory fields (marked with red asterisk) on every page.

2) You have uploaded the required documents under “Mandatory Uploads.”

Please ensure that you have:

1) Completed the mandatory fields (marked with red asterisk) on every page.

2) You have uploaded the required documents under “Mandatory Uploads.”

No. candidates cannot change/update the information after they submit the registration fee.

You can apply online by filling the registration form from any location with Internet access.

Yes, if you are applying under any reserved category, then you must have the relevant reservation certificate issued by the competent authority, in the name of the candidate. The OBC certificate must also specify that the candidate belongs to the non-creamy layer and the caste is listed in the Central Government list.

No, there is no disadvantage to gap year students and they will be treated at par with reg- ular students. They should meet the requisite course-specific criteria for admission and must possess the necessary documents/certificates.

No, you cannot opt for Economics (Hons.) or B. Com. (Hons.) without having studied Mathematics in Class XII.

No, the candidate is not required to be present in-person to take admission once the cut-off is required. But the candidate must ensure that he/ she fulfils the eligibility criteria, fall in the required cut-off and has paid the fees once his/ her admission has been approved.

No, you cannot take admission simultaneously in two different courses or the same course in different colleges. In case you take admission at two places, your admission will be cancelled from both the colleges/courses.

You can clear your first year as an ex-student, if your internal assessment is complete. In case you wish to apply afresh for another course, you can do so by cancelling your previous admission and then filling the online registration form again.

 Yes, you can get admission in a regular college in a particular course provided you have applied in that course and meet the cut-off criteria.

Yes, many colleges offer part time certificate courses in office management, foreign lan- guages etc. However, it is advisable to first try to understand how your regular course works, how much free time you have, and then plan your certificate course accordingly.

Yes, for admission in merit based courses all courses and colleges are selected by default. Admission in a particular course shall be considered If you satisfy the course-specific eligibility and meet the cut-off.

You may examine the relevant Annexure (to be updated) of the Bulletin of Information for Undergraduate Admissions 2021-22 to know the rules thereon.

No, ECA and Sports quota are not applicable to courses where admission is based on entrance-test.

You can apply for the ECA and Sports quota by selecting appropriate options in the registration form. There is an additional fee of Rs. 100 each for applying under ECA or Sports quota, i.e. if a candidate applies for both ECA and Sports quota, it would amount to Rs. 200 in addition to registration fee of the form.

You may upload for a maximum of three categories of Games/Sports. You may attach a maximum of four of your Best/ Scoring/Highest Certificates for each game/sport that you think is the best scoring. You may refer to the bulletin of Information for detailed information.

You may upload a maximum of five certificates. issued between 1st may 2017 to 30th April 2021

No, once you have paid the fee, you will not be able to apply under ECA/Sports Category.

Yes, there are a few colleges of the University that offer hostel facilities to the students. The list of such colleges with details of the selection process is given in the relevant Annexure of the Bulletin of Information for Undergraduate Admissions 2021-22. Due to prevailing pandemic the allotment for hostel will be done according to the guidelines as and when received from the UGC/MHRD.

The selection process for hostels is strictly based on the merit of the candidate. Once a candidate gets admission in a college offering hostel facility then, they have to apply separately for hostels; accommodation is subject to availability of seats.

Yes, the University believes in providing a safe and secure environment to all entrants. We adhere to the UGC guidelines, 2009 regarding curbing the menace of ragging and to ordinance XV-B of the University related to anti-ragging, in addition to following the provisions outlined in the Sexual Harassment of Women at the Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act 2013.

Undergraduate Admission, Course and Fees Related FAQs – GGSIPU

IPU CET Exam. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGS IPU), popularly known as I.P. University conducts an entrance exam IPU CET for admission in various undergraduate courses. Located in the vicinity of Delhi, it attracts thousands of students for engineering courses in their various colleges.

Marking Scheme- +4 mark for every right answer. Negative Marking- 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer (Except for MBBS, PGMC and SSMC exam). 

Yes. However, a separate application form has to be filled for each program having distinct CET Codes.

The reservation policy is uploaded in the Admission Brochure 2019-20.

There are a total of 118 colleges affiliated with the GGSIPU, out of which 83 are self-financing, and 35 are government institutes.

The admission in GGSIPU is on the basis of merit obtained in CET. The dates for inviting application for appearing in CET are advertised through newspaper and notifications uploaded on the University website www.ipu.ac.in. The process for issue of notification for application for CET 2019 has commenced. Those who qualify CET are required to participate in the Counseling process for seeking admission, based on the candidate’s preferences and his/her merit in CET 2019 in the respective programs given specific CET codes.

This Year University is conducting Online Counseling for 11 programmes. The details with names of the programmes and the schedule have been uploaded on the University website www.ipu.ac.in & wwvv.ipuadmissions.nic.in.

The list of Programmes for which Online Counseling is being conducted:-

• MCA/MCA(SE)- CET Code:- 105
• BCA- CET Code:- 114
• BED. — CET Code:- 122
• MBA — CET Code:- 101
• BJMC – CET Code:- 126
• B.Tech/ M.Tech (Dual Degree)/ B.Tech- CET Code:- 131
• Integrated (Bachelor of Arts) — (Bachelor of Laws)/ Integrated (Bachelor of Business Administration) – (Bachelor of Laws):-CET Code:- 121
• BBA- CET Code:- 125
• B.COM (H)- CET Code:- 146

There are around 30 colleges with 10,000 seats that accept the score of IPU CET exam for admission to BBA course. Those candidates who full the IPU CET eligibility criteria can only appear for the IPU CET BBA entrance exam.

About 600 seats have increased in the BCA programme, from 1,235 offered last year to 1,835 now.

The University has only 1000 seats to offer the other one-eighth numbers is to be offered in Delhi University. colleges. About 60 seats will be offered at each affiliated institutions offering the course.

CategoryReservation (in percentage)
For students of Delhi Region85% of sanctioned intake is reserved as shown below
SC15%
ST7.5%
Defense (Def)5%
PWD3%
OBC27%
For students from Outside Delhi Regions15% of sanctioned Intake is reserved as shown below
SC15%
ST7.5%
Defense (Def)5%
PWD3%
OBC27%
Self-Financing Institutes/Colleges in NCT of Delhi85% for Delhi based students and 15% for outside Delhi Region students
SC17%
ST1%
Defense (Def)Def – 5%ST -1% defence personnel
PWD3%

The detail of Online allotment of seat is available in the Admission Brochure 2019-20. All the candidates who wish to seek admission through online process for the respective CET Codes for which Online Counseling is being held and should log on to www.ipuadmissions.nic.in at the time of admission.

In case of students who have passed the qualifying examination through distance/ open education system of any recognized university/ board/institution, the necessary documentary evidence related to location of his/her study centre i.e. study centre proof, certificate from the university imparting
open/distance education certifying the location of study centre must be submitted at the time of verification.

If the student has passed the qualifying examination from Delhi, the admission is permissible under Delhi Region. For details, may refer to Admission Brochure 2019-20.

1) Maharaja Surajmal Institue (MSI)

BBA (Shift I)

Round 1: Min Rank – 2; Max Rank – 568

Round 2: Min Rank – 2; Max Rank – 1068

Round 3: Min Rank – 2; Max Rank – 1184

BBA (Shift II)

Round 1: Min Rank – 546; Max Rank – 1738

Round 2: Min Rank – 546; Max Rank – 2422

Round 3: Min Rank – 546; Max Rank – 2740

2) Vivekanand Institute of Professional Studies(VIPS)

BBA (Shift I)

Round 1: Min Rank – 41; Max Rank – 759

Round 2: Min Rank – 41; Max Rank – 1119

Round 3: Min Rank – 311; Max Rank – 2031

BBA (Shift II)

Round 1: Min Rank – 265; Max Rank – 1471

Round 2:  Min Rank – 41; Max Rank – 1250

Round 3:Min Rank – 311; Max Rank – 2321

3) Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management Studies (MAIMS)

BBA (Shift I)

Round 1: Min Rank – 64; Max Rank – 1025

Round 2: Min Rank – 175; Max Rank – 1842

Round 3:Min Rank – 175; Max Rank – 2310

BBA (Shift II)

Round 1: Min Rank – 229; Max Rank – 2049

Round 2: Min Rank – 229; Max Rank – 2876

Round 3:Min Rank – 229; Max Rank – 3445

4) Jagannath International Management School (JIMS), Vasant Kunj

BBA (Shift I)

Round 1: Min Rank – 430; Max Rank – 1785

Round 2: Min Rank – 1137; Max Rank – 2886

Round 3: Min Rank – 515; Max Rank – 3932

BBA (Shift II)

Round 1: Min Rank – 1869; Max Rank – 2950

Round 2: Min Rank – 1137; Max Rank – 3740

Round 3: Min Rank – 3562; Max Rank – 5526

5) Jagannath International Management School (JIMS), Kalkaji

BBA (Shift I)

Round 1: Min Rank – 515; Max Rank – 1983

Round 2: Min Rank – 515; Max Rank – 3075

Round 3: Min Rank – 515; Max Rank – 3932

BBA (Shift II)

Round 1: Min Rank – 1992; Max Rank – 3270

Round 2: Min Rank – 1992; Max Rank – 4193

Round 3: Min Rank – 1992; Max Rank – 6115

6) Bhai Parmanand Institute of Business Studies

Round 1: Min Rank – 750; Max Rank – 2326

Round 2: Min Rank – 750; Max Rank – 3501

Round 3: Min Rank – 750; Max Rank – 3901

7) Jagan Institute of Management Studies Delhi (JIMS Rohini)

BBA (Shift I)

Round 1: Min Rank – 860; Max Rank – 1381

Round 2: Min Rank – 1027; Max Rank – 2584

Round 3: Min Rank – 1027; Max Rank – 3253

BBA (Shift II)

Round 1: Min Rank – 1784; Max Rank – 2497

Round 2: Min Rank – 2729; Max Rank – 3257

Round 3: Min Rank – 3100; Max Rank – 4180

8) Tecnia Institute of Advanced Studies(TIAS Rohini)

BBA (Shift I)

Round 1: Min Rank – 778; Max Rank – 5408

Round 2:  Min Rank – 3152; Max Rank – 7758

Round 3: Min Rank – 3752; Max Rank – 12007

BBA (Shift II)

Round 1: Min Rank – 3891; Max Rank – 8722

Round 2: Min Rank – 3891; Max Rank – 11235

Round 3:Min Rank – 3891; Max Rank – 16424

9) Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Institute of Management and Information Technology (SGTBIMT Delhi)

BBA (Shift I)

Round 1: Min Rank – 770 Max Rank – 6866

Round 2: Min Rank – 2970 Max Rank – 10413

Round 3: Min Rank – 3840 Max Rank – 15772

BBA (Shift II)

Round 1: Min Rank – 2835; Max Rank – 9129

Round 2: Min Rank – 3846; Max Rank – 12164

Round 3: Min Rank – 4006; Max Rank – 18166

10) Delhi Institute of Advanced Studies popularly known as DIAS

BBA (Shift I)

Round 1:Min Rank – 1006; Max Rank – 6138

Round 2: Min Rank – 3792; Max Rank – 9014

Round 3: Min Rank – 3792; Max Rank – 14113

BBA (Shift II)

Round 1: Min Rank – 2824; Max Rank – 4792

Round 2: Min Rank – 7351; Max Rank – 16529

 

Generally, 85% of the sanctioned intake shall be allocated for Delhi region and 15% of the sanctioned intake shall be allocated for OD region.

For UG: 21 years.
For PG: 35 years.

Final decision regarding reservation policy will be taken by the government of NCT of Delhi and the same will be announced on university website.

There is no Management Quota in USMS.

Yes, but must submit the cancellation certificate at the time of verification of documents.

May refer to admission brochure for details, however one can opt for freezing only if he/she absolutely satisfied/sure about the allotted seat and do not wish to upgrade to higher choices/preference in the subsequent round of counseling.

No, the application form of GGSIPU Admission 2021 is needed to be filled online, and the fees can be paid only online too.

The GGSIPU exam is conducted offline, i.e., in pen-and-paper method.

The result will be published on the official site of GGSIPU as and when announced.

Yes, According to UGC guidelines 100% fees is refundable. If refund is asked before 15 days of starting the college.

If a student forget to pay the counselling fees. He/she is not elligible for any round of counselling.

Undergraduate Admission, Course and Fees Related FAQs – SCMS

The process of admission generally starts with Registration in the beginning of the year . The schedule and sequence of Admission process are given on our website www.scmspune.ac.in.

Candidates who have appeared for XII or have passed XII or equivalent exam with 50% and above for Open Category and 45% and above for SC & ST Category are eligible to apply.

Total 300 seats.

a Indian Student – 240 seats including reservation for (SC 15%, ST 7.5%, DA 3%)+ 2 seats per program for Kashmiri Migrant.

b. International Students – 60 Seats

Students are selected to UG Program of Symbiosis International (Deemed University) (SIU) on the basis of their performance in a single entrance test – Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET).

Selection Process

Students will be selected for admission based on the cumulative score of –

  1. Performance in the Symbiosis Entrance Test (SET) 50 % weightage.
  2. Performance in Personal Interaction and Written Ability Test (PI-WAT) 50 % Weightage

SET (SET/ SLAT/ SITEEE/ SEED) is a common entrance test for getting admission into any of the courses / Institutes under Symbiosis International (Deemed University). SET is held in various cities (details available on web site www.set-test.org.) It is generally held on first Saturday of May every year.

Registration Process for SET – For appearing in SET, one has to do online registration.

1) Online Registration
2) Registration fees: as specified on web site to be paid along with registration before the closing date for online payment given under ‘Important dates’ tab.

Admit – Card: The admit –card for SET to be printed/ collected online by a candidate within the dates specified.

3) Test Date: July, the Test is conducted only once a year.

4) Maximum Score: The maximum score for SET will be 150

5) SET Results: The set results will be declared on web site www.set-test.org on June-July.

 

PI-WAT is the next activity of selection process for BBA course offered by Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies (SCMS-Pune). For PI-WAT those candidates who have scored >= cut off marks and who have registered for SCMS Pune also will only be called.

Written Ability Test (WAT) – The Test includes one PAT (picture association test) and writing a short essay on a given topic (of general nature) as well as answering the questions related to given topic.

Maximum Score – Maximum score for PI-WAT will be 50 marks.

No. BBA is a Non-residential course. One can stay as per his/her convenience.

It is a 3 years course with semester system having following fees structure –

First Year –

        a. For Indian Students – Rs. 3,00,000* + Rs. 10,000 (Refundable Deposit)

        b. For International Students – in USD equivalent to Rs 4,50,000* + 40,000
         (Administration Fees) + 10,000 (Refundable Deposit)

Fees is payable semester wise in two installments. For the corresponding years it is likely to increase by 5% to 10 %.

It is a 3 years course with semester system having following fees structure –

First Year –

        a. For Indian Students – Rs. 3,00,000* + Rs. 10,000 (Refundable Deposit)

        b. For International Students – in USD equivalent to Rs 4,50,000* + 40,000
         (Administration Fees) + 10,000 (Refundable Deposit)

Fees is payable semester wise in two installments. For the corresponding years it is likely to increase by 5% to 10 %.

Undergraduate Admission, Course and Fees Related FAQs – Christ University

Undergraduate Admission, Course and Fees Related FAQs – Christ University
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Undergraduate Admission, Course and Fees Related FAQs – BVP

UG courses BBA, BCA are available.

UG (BBA & BCA) programme it falls in the month of May/June of every academic year.

Yes, as per the guidelines given by AICTE Council and government policies.

BBA/BCA
Recognized bachelor’s degree of minimum three years duration with mathematics at 10+2 level or at graduate level and having obtained at 50% marks (45% in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) at the qualifying.

Kindly visit the website https://bvuniversity.edu.in to get more details. You can do registration in OFFLINE and ONLINE mode too. In OFFLINE mode, visit to
College and for ONLINE mode visit the college website.

Kindly crop the images as per the guidelines given in registration process. Kindly use Google Chrome for better performance.

The syllabus for BVP CET 2021 will follow the 10+2 class level syllabus. The major topics from Mathematics & Physics are given above.

No. The candidate must have physics & mathematics as their compulsory subject to be eligible for the entrance exam.

The exam BVP CET 2021 consists of 2 sections such as Mathematics and Physics contains 100 questions each.

The exam BVP CET 2021 is conducted for 3 hours.

No, there is no restriction in nationality criteria. Candidates from all over the world can apply for the exam.

No, there is no age limit to BVP CET 2021.

No, there is no negative marking for BVP CET 2021.

Undergraduate Admission, Course and Fees Related FAQs – IIM-IPM

IPM aims to prepare young professionals full of managerial and decision-making capabilities using an ultra-modern academic pedagogy of global standards based on a Holistic and Multidisciplinary Curriculum. 

IPM Program is structured for five years. After the successful completion of the first three years the student will be awarded with the BBA degree. Additionally, after fulfilling the admission requirement for the post graduate Program the student is admitted to the MBA Program. Please visit the Curriculum page for more details.

Students would be provided an exit option with a BBA degree/ certificate subject to completing the required norms. This program has been strategically designed to allow the students to exit from the program after completing each year up to the third year as per the New Education Policy 2020. Please visit the Curriculum page for more details.

  • Joint Integrated Program in Management Admission Test (JIPMAT) conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA)
  • Academic Profile of Class 10th and 12th examination
  • Preparation of Merit list based on JIPMAT Score and academic profile. Please visit the Admission policy page for more details

1) Age Criteria-Candidate should have passed Standard XII/HSC or equivalent examination in 2019, 2020 or appearing in 2021.

2) Qualifying Examination-Candidate should have a Minimum 60% in standard X/ SSC and standard XII/ HSC or equivalent examinations (55 % for the candidates from SC/ST/ PwD category). Candidates who are likely to complete standard XII/ HSC or equivalent by the end of July 31st, 2021 can also apply.

3) Applicants pursuing their X and/or XII standard from international schools affiliated to foreign boards like IGCSE (International General Certificate for Secondary Education) and IB (International Baccalaureate) can also apply.

Candidate should have passed Standard XII/HSC or equivalent examination in 2019, 2020 or appearing in 2021. Candidates who are likely to complete standard XII/ HSC or equivalent by the end of July 31st, 2021 can also apply. Please visit the Admission policy page for more details.

Candidate should have a Minimum 60% in standard X/ SSC and standard XII/ HSC or equivalent examinations (55 % for the candidates from SC/ST/ PwD category). Candidates who are likely to complete standard XII/ HSC or equivalent by the end of July 31st, 2021 can also apply.: Please visit the Admission policy page for more details.

Yes. Applicants pursuing their X and/or XII standard from international schools affiliated to foreign board’s like IGCSE (International General Certificate for Secondary Education) and IB (International Baccalaureate) can also apply.

The admission to IPM would be through a Joint Integrated Program in Management Aptitude Test (JIPMAT) conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). Please visit the Admission policy page for more details.

The selection process does not include an interview as part of the evaluation. Please check the admission policy.

No, it’s the IIM brand that the companies value. Moreover, any student that potentially perform during the interview as per the set criteria of the respective companies will anyhow gets the preference.

We give 15% weightage for the 12th Standard marks. If you do well in JIPMAT which has 60% weightage as far as IPM admission concerned, so you will have chances accordingly.

IPMAT is conducted by an individual IIMs Indore and Rohtak separately, whereas JIPMAT is for IIM Bodhgaya and IIM Jammu and it is conducted by National Testing Agency which has been conducting-JEE, NEET etc.

The course of IPM considers students who wants to build the business acumen irrespective of science, commerce, humanities etc.

12th and 10th marks are given 15% weightage each, Gender diversity (10%) rest is 60% which is catered by JIPMAT. Hence, your selection depends on your overall performance.

It is a rigorous management program with a combined course of foundation, core and electives at the under-graduate (UG) level and advanced management courses at the postgraduate (PG) level. Please visit the Curriculum page for more details.

For an in-depth understanding, please visit our website and refer to the IPM brochure.

The IPM will help develop well-rounded individuals that possess critical 21st century capacities, including increased creativity and innovation, critical thinking and higher-order thinking capacities, problem-solving abilities, teamwork, communication skills, more in-depth learning and mastery of curricula across fields, increases in social and moral awareness, besides general engagement and enjoyment of learning.

IPM structure is based on a Holistic and Multidisciplinary Curriculum and course structure.

It is a rigorous management program with a combined courses of foundation, business core and electives at the under-graduate (UG) level and advanced management courses at the postgraduate (PG) level.

The foundation courses will provide a foundation for the appreciation and a more in-depth understanding of the program’s multidisciplinary requirements and business core courses provide a foundation for the appreciation and a more in-depth understanding of the business functions

Portal And Website Related FAQs

Students must first go to EduMentor’s official website, edumentor.co.in, then click login and select the student login option. Students must then select login from the upper right corner of the screen and enter their registered email address and password.

Students must select the option of forgotten password while scrolling down the login page’s screen, and then enter either their username or registered email address. They will then receive a password reset link to their email address, which they must click to change their old password to a new one and login again.

Students are separated into East, West, North, NCR, and South zones depending on their localities. On the basis of zone, they are assigned coordinators. In the event of a problem, they must contact their coordinators through phone or text message to discuss the problem or seek assistance.

Students are separated into East, West, North, NCR, and South zones depending on their localities. On the basis of zone, they are assigned coordinators. In the event of a problem, they must contact their coordinators through phone or text message to discuss the problem or seek assistance.

After 5 years of research and playing with data EduMentor has developed its proprietary tool “Test-LAB” has analyzed the scoring pattern of 6000+ students across 5 years. This has helped us to pinpoint patterns of scoring i.e strong and weak areas. “Test LAB” findings are incorporated in our courseware to ensure ‘Guaranteed’ improvements. 7 major practices that are ENGINEERED to improve scores.

There is a section called ROB + SOHA mock test available on the portal . On visiting that section student can access number of mock tests available on the portal on the pattern of entrance examinations university wise. Students can practise them for better preparatation and self analysis.

EduMentor has produced programs for the following courses:
1) IBM-IIM
2) BMS
3) BBA
4) LAW
5) Hotel Management
6) Mass Communication
7) B.com
8) B.el.ed
9) BCA

Recodings for classes are uploaded on a regular basis. In their relevant course or batch, students will find a link to class recordings.

Students should go to a special section called “Practice sets” for their practise. This section contains topic-specific multiple-choice questions. Students can take this time-saving test and analyse their results quickly.

Students must first log in using their personal Zoom account. When they click the link, it will take them to their live class.

On the portal, there is a separate section for extra courses.  Law, BCA, Mass Communication, B.El.Ed, and Hotel Management are among the extra courses offered by Edumentor.  Students must attend these courses separately to obtain all pertinent information.
Students can access these by going to the Daily CA/GK/Vocab section.
Students should go to the Study Material Only (SMO) section and download the book they choose in pdf format.
Form filling assistance is provided by Edumentor to students. We have a team and a department dedicated to completing out student entrance application forms. For every specific form available, students must fill out the Google form provided on the portal. Our team contacts the students for details verifications within 3-4 days after they fill up their details and submit the form.
Within 24-48 hours of the live class, recordings are uploaded to the platform.

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