Admission Procedure
(2019-20)


A. How and where to Apply
The candidates are required to apply Online by logging on to www.gjust.ac.in. Candidates are neither required to send any certificate/ document in support of their eligibility nor printout of their Application Form (confirmation page) to University. In the event of any ineligibility being detected by the University at any stage, their candidature shall stand cancelled automatically and the fee deposited, if any, will be forfeited and they shall be liable for legal action except the cases covered under Guidelines No. 24 to apply online for admission 2019-20.



B. Admit Card/ Counseling Slip
The Admit Card/ Counseling Slip will be downloaded by the candidate(s) from the University website www.gjust.ac.in and follow the instructions given therein. The Admit Card/ Counseling Slip will not be sent by post separately by the department concerned.



C. Conduct of Entrance Test
(i)Entrance Test comprising of 100 questions of 1 mark each, will be of 1½ hours duration unless otherwise mentioned and will consist of multiple choice (objective type) questions with one correct answer. There will be no negative marking. The details/instructions for attempting the question paper will be given in the test booklet/question paper at the time of Entrance Test.
(ii) For admission to all the Dual Degree Courses, a candidate shall have the option to choose one set of subjects for Common Entrance Test having 90 questions of 1 mark each from the following:-
(a) Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
(b) Physics, Chemistry and Biology
(iii) The candidate should report at the concerned examination centre/ Department concerned at least half an hour before the commencement of the Entrance Test. The tests will be held as per schedule given in Chapter-6 of University Prospectus 2019-20.
(iv) If a candidate is found to be guilty of using unfair means in the Entrance Test, his/her candidature shall be cancelled.
(v)There shall be no re-evaluation/rechecking of answer sheet of Entrance Test.
It is for information of all the candidates that the course contents/ syllabi for Entrance Test are available on the University website (www.gjust.ac.in). The same can be downloaded from the University website. For any query regarding admission, the candidates are required to contact concerned department.



D. Sports Weightage
Special weightage upto 5 marks will be given to Sports persons who have won 1st or 2nd or 3rd position at the University or State Level Tournament organised by State Government in individual events or team games or have participated in the Inter-University or National Level Competition. However, no Sports weightage shall be given for admission to M.Tech./ M.Pharm./ MBA programmes if seats are to be filled by GATE / GPAT/CAT qualified candidate(s).
The candidates, claiming sports weightage, should submit, alongwith the printed confirmed online Application Form, certificates issued by the Director of Sports of Haryana State or any other officer authorised by the State Govt. stating their grade, to the Chairperson of the concerned department before conduct of Entrance Test, where applicable, or upto last date for submission of application form in case admissions are to be made on the basis of academic merit of qualifying examinations. Certificate from any other source will not be accepted. The weightage of marks of different categories of Sports persons will be as under:-
Grade      Weightage of Marks
A-1          5
A-2          4
B-1          3
B-2          2.5
C-1          2
C-2          1
The games, which will be considered for weightage under this category, are as follows:
GAMES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS:
Athletics including Cross-Country, Badminton, Basket-ball, Cricket, Cycling, Gymnastics, Hockey, Kho-Kho, Shooting, Swimming including Water-polo and Diving, Tennis, Table Tennis, Volley ball, Hand ball, Kabaddi of National Style, Football, Chess, Boxing (Free style), Judo and Weight-lifting.
GAMES FOR BOYS ONLY:
Boxing, Best Physique, Wrestling (Free-style).



E. Procedure / Criteria for preparing merit
The Selection of a candidate for admission to a programme in University Teaching Departments and affiliated College(s)/ Institute(s) will be based on the merit list drawn on the basis of the score in the Entrance Test, where entrance test is applicable, or on the basis of academic merit of the qualifying examination wherever entrance test is not applicable, subject to fulfilling other conditions including additional weightage, if any, as given in the University Prospectus 2019-20. The weightage of sports, if any, will be over and above this.

Admission to all M.Tech. Programmes will be made on the basis of merit of Valid GATE Scores of applicants. If the seats still remain vacant due to non-availability of GATE qualified candidates, the same will be filled on the basis of academic merit of qualifying examination plus Sports weightage, if any, as per criteria given in this Chapter. Scholarship will be admissible to candidates admitted with valid GATE score subject to the receipt of Scholarship from the AICTE/ Government. The candidate having valid GATE score are required to apply on-line by logging on the University website.

Admission to all M.Pharm. programmes will be made on the basis of merit of valid GPAT score of applicants. When sufficient GPAT qualified candidates are not available, the admission on the remaining seats may be given to non-GPAT candidates on the basis of merit of Entrance Test Score plus Sports weightage, if any, as per criteria given in this Chapter. Fellowship is available to the candidates with valid GPAT Score only subject to the receipt of Fellowship from AICTE. The candidate having valid GPAT score are required to apply on-line by logging on the University website and need not required to appear in the entrance test.

Admission to MBA Programmes will be made on the basis of merit of CAT score 2018 with minimum cut-off 40 percentile for all categories except SC candidates of Haryana, where relaxation of 5% is allowed (38 percentile for SC candidates of Haryana). If the seats still remain vacant, the same will be filled on the basis of the merit of entrance test conducted by the University plus sports weightage, if any, as per the admission criteria subject to fulfilling of other conditions given in this Chapter. The candidate having CAT Score-2018 are required to apply on-line by logging on the University website and need not required to appear in the entrance test.

It is only after all the sanctioned seats against the reserved category have been filled through GATE/ GPAT candidates, and the candidate with valid GATE/GPAT score, who could not get admission because of no vacancy in the respective reserved category, if appeared in the entrance test or as per academic merit, wherever applicable, may be considered against the seats (left vacant or converted from reserved category to general category) of general category as per merit of the entrance test/ academic merit, wherever applicable.

(I) If two or more candidates secure identical total score in GPAT/ CAT or fall at the same rank in the entrance test plus sports weightage, if any, the merit will be drawn as under:-
(a) in case all such candidates have the proof of passing their qualifying examinations, the merit will be drawn in order of their percentage of marks in the qualifying examination.
(b) In case any of such candidates do not have the proof of passing his/her qualifying examinations preference will be given to the candidate having declared result of his/her qualifying examination as per provision at (a) above.
(c)If all candidates have secured identical marks in qualifying examination or none have the result of qualifying examinations, the candidate older in age will be preferred.
(II) If two or more candidates secure identical total score in GATE, the merit will be drawn as under:-
(a) the merit will be drawn in order of their percentage of marks in the qualifying examination.
(b) In case all have secured identical marks in qualifying examination, the candidate older in age will be preferred. (II) For admission to Dual degree B.Sc. (Hons.)- M.Sc. courses, the merit list of common entrance test will be drawn as under:-
(i) Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics- M.Sc. (Mathematics)
Combined Merit in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics of common entrance test.
(ii) Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons) Physics- M.Sc. (Physics)
Combined Merit in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics OR Physics, Chemistry, Biology of common entrance test.
(iii) Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry- M.Sc. (Chemistry)
Combined Merit in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics OR Physics, Chemistry, Biology of common entrance test.
(iv) Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons) Biotechnology- M.Sc. (Biotechnology)
Combined Merit in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology of common entrance test.
(a)Further, if two or more candidates secure identical marks/ rank in the common entrance test conducted by the University for Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons.)- M.Sc. courses, then the marks obtained in the subject Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics/ Biology of the qualifying examination will be considered first for admission to Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons)- M.Sc. in Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics/ Biotechnology courses respectively.
(b)In case, if two or more candidates have secured identical marks in subject of Physics/ Chemistry/ Mathematics/ Biology or none have the result of qualifying examinations, the candidate older in age will be preferred. If any candidate do not have the proof of passing his/her qualifying examinations,preference will be given to the candidate having declared result of his/her qualifying examination as per provision at (a) above.
(III)No weightage of Sports shall be given once the merit list is finalized.



For admission to M.Sc. (Yoga Science and Therapy)
Mode of Admission: The Admission to this programme will be based upon the Academic Merit of the qualifying examination plus sports weightage, if any, as per criteria laid down in the University Prospectus 2019-20.
(i) Further, 10% weightage of marks obtained will be given to the candidates, who have passed P.G. Diploma in Yoga and other equivalent course in Yoga. (ii) Additional marks will be given those candidates who have position in International/ National/ Inter-University/ State/ District Yoga Championship organized by the recognized Federation/ Association in the last five years.
Certificate of Yoga Competition(Level)              Marks
A. International Level Yoga(First Three Position)          8
B. National Level (First Three Position)                        6
C. Zonal Inter-University Level (First Three Position)    4
D. State(First Three Position)                                     2
E. District(First Three Position)                                   1
NOTE:- No other Yoga Competition except mentioned above will be considered for the weightage. For admission to Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga Science & Therapy (PGDYST)
Mode of Admission:
The Admission to this programme will be based upon Academic Merit as per following criteria:-
Qualifying Examinations (Graduation)       75%
10+2 Examinations                                  25%
Medical Fitness Certificate for M.Sc. (Yoga Science and Therapy) and Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga Science & Therapy (PGDYST):
Every student (male and female) will submit medical fitness certificate from SMO/MO of the Govt./ University at the time of admission. No excuse for physical activity during the course will be entertained.
Regarding married female selected candidates will have to submit a certificate from SMO/MO of Govt./ University Hospital that she is not in family way alongwith an undertaking that if during the course of study it is found that she is in family way, her admission would be liable to be cancelled. All dues paid by her shall be forfeited.



F. Display of Entrance Test Result
Entrance Test Result will be uploaded on University website www.gjust.ac.in and on the notice board of respective department. It shall be the responsibility of the candidate(s) to remain in touch with the University website/ office concerned to ascertain the progress of admission. No separate communication will be sent to the candidate(s) by the University.



G. Categories exercised at the time of submission of “Online Application Form” after last date of correction(s) in category in online information of candidate(s), on request through e-mail / in person to Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Computer & Informatics Centre (PDUCIC) with documentary proof, will be final. No change will be allowed at any stage after last date. However, candidates may opt Multiple options, wherever application, for having their categories/ reservation while submitting online Application Form e.g. (i) GEN, EWS, ESM, PH, (ii) SC,ESM,PH etc. (iii) BC,ESM, PH etc. Therefore, candidates are advised to fill up the information relating to their category/ reservation in the “Online Application Form” carefully.