Eligibility for Admission


The candidates possessing the following qualifications are eligible for admission to the respective courses of University Teaching Departments as well as affiliated Institute(s)/ College(s):-

(A) M.Tech. PROGRAMMES
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, the same will be filled on the basis of academic merit of qualifying examination plus weightage of Sports, if any, as per criteria given in Chapter-5 of the University Prospectus 2019-20. Scholarship will be admissible to candidates admitted with valid GATE score subject to the receipt of Scholarship from the AICTE/ Government.
  1. M.Tech. Environmental Science & Engineering-4 semester
  2. M.Sc. Environmental Sciences or M.Sc. Industrial Chemistry/ Chemistry or M.Sc. Applied Physics/ Physics, All Life Sciences or B.E./ B.Tech. or equivalent degree in Mechanical/ Chemical/ Electrical/ Civil/ Agricultural Engineering/ Biomedical Engineering/ Biotechnology with at least 55% marks (52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana).
  3. M.Tech. Printing Technology-4 semester
  4. B.E./ B.Tech. degree in Printing Technology/ Packaging Technology, B.Tech. (Printing & Packaging Technology) and B.Tech. (Printing, Graphic & Packaging) with at least 55% marks (52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana).
  5. M.Tech. Nano Science & Technology-4 semester
  6. B.Pharma./ M.Sc. in Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Nano Science & Technology, Molecular Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Material Science, Life Sciences/ B.Tech in Nano Science & Technology, Biotechnology, Biomedical, Electronics, Electrical, Computer Science, Mechanical, Textile Technology, Textile Chemistry with at least 55% marks (52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana).
  7. M.Tech. Food Technology-4 semester
  8. B.Tech./ B.E. (Food Engineering/ Food Technology/ Food Engineering & Technology/ Food Process Engineering/ Food Process Technology/ Dairy Technology/ Dairy Engineering/ Food Biotechnology/ Agri. Process Engineering/ Biotechnology) with at least 55% marks (52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana).
    OR
    M.Sc . (Food Science/ Food Technology/ Food Science and Technology/ Food Processing and Technology/ Biotechnology) with at least 55% marks (52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana).
  9. M.Tech. Geo-Informatics-4 semester
  10. M.Sc. Earth Science/ Environmental Sciences/ Agro-meteorology/ Agronomy/ Soil / Physics / Geo-Physics/ Applied Geology/ Mathematics/ Remote Sensing/ Computer Sciences/IT/Software/Geology/ Oceanography/ Urban and Regional Planning / Geography (M.A./ M.Sc.)/ MCA/ B.E./ B.Tech. in Civil/ I.T./ Electronics & Communication/ Computer/ Mechanical Engg./ Agricultural Engg./ Electrical Engineering/ Electronic and Electric Engg. with at least 55% marks in qualifying exam. (52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana).
  11. M.Tech. Computer Science & Engineering -4 Semesters
  12. B.E./ B.Tech. or equivalent degree in Computer Engineering/ Computer Science & Engineering/ Computer Technology/ IT with at least 55% marks (52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana) and in case of affiliated Colleges/ Institutes 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana).
    OR
    MCA or M.Sc. (CS/ IT/ Software) with at least 55% marks (52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana) with Mathematics at 10+2 level and in case of affiliated Colleges/ Institutes 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana).
  13. M.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engineering-4 semester
  14. B.E./ B.Tech. degree in Electronics Engineering/ Micro Electronics/ Electronics and Communication Engineering/ Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering/ Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering/ Electronics & Control/ Electrical & Electronics with at least 55% marks(52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana) and in case of affiliated Colleges/ Institutes 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana).
  15. M.Tech. Mechanical Engineering-4 semester
  16. B.E../ B.Tech./ AMIE in Mechanical Engineering/ Production Engineering/Automobile Engineering with at least 55% marks(52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana) and in case of affiliated Colleges/ Institutes 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana).
  17. M.Tech. Electrical Engineering-4 semester (Only in Affiliated College)
  18. B.E./ B.Tech. or equivalent in Electrical Engineering/ Electrical and Electronics Engineering/ Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering/ Instrumentation Engineering/ Control and Instrumentation/ Power Engineering/ Electronics Engineering with atleast 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana).
(B) M.PHARM. PROGRAMMES
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  1. M. Pharm. (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)-4 semester
  2. M. Pharm. (Pharmaceutics)-4 semester
  3. M. Pharm. (Pharmacology)-4 semester
  4. M.Pharm. (Pharmacognosy)-4 semester
Bachelor of Pharmacy degree examination of an Indian University established by law in India from an institution approved by Pharmacy Council of India and has scored not less than 55% of maximum marks (52.25% for SC candidates of Haryana).
Every student, selected for admission to M.Pharm. programmes should have obtained registration with the State Pharmacy Council or should obtain the same upto 31st October, 2019.
Admission to all M.Pharm. programmes will be made on the basis of merit of valid GPAT score. When sufficient GPAT qualified candidates are not available, admission may be given to non-GPAT candidates on the basis of merit of Entrance Test Score, plus sports weightage, if any.
Note:-
Fellowship is available to the candidates with valid GPAT Score subject to the receipt of fellowship from AICTE.
(C) M.Sc. PROGRAMMES
Admission to all M.Sc. programmes (except M.Sc. Yoga Science and Therapy) run by the University Teaching Departments will be made on the basis of merit list of Entrance Test to be conducted plus sports weightage, if any, by the University subject to fulfilling of other conditions given in the University Prospectus 2019-20.
Admission to M.Sc. Yoga Science and Therapy will be made on the basis of academic merit of qualifying examination plus sports weightage, if any, as per criteria laid down in the University Prospectus. Further, weightage of 10 marks will be given to candidate, who has passed P.G. Diploma in Yoga and other equivalent course in Yoga. Further, additional marks will be given to those candidates who have position in International/ National/ Inter University/ State/ District Yoga Championship organized by the recognized Federation/ Association in last five years as per criteria given in the University Prospectus.
  1. Department of Communication Management & Technology (CM&T)
  2. M.Sc. (Mass Communication) – 4 semester
    Graduate in any discipline with atleast 50% marks (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana)
  3. Department of Environmental Science & Engineering
  4. M. Sc. (Environmental Sciences) -4 semester
    B.Sc./B.Sc.(Hons.) or its equivalent with atleast 50% marks in aggregate (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana)
  5. Department of Bio & Nano Technology
    1. M.Sc. (Biotechnology) -4 Semesters
    2. M.Sc. (Microbiology) -4 Semesters
    3. (Common Eligibility for above both courses)
      Graduate in any discipline of Biological Science/ Veterinary Science / Agricultural Sciences/ Fishery Sciences/ Pharmacy/ B.Tech. Biotechnology or Medicine (MBBS/BAMS/B.D.S.) with at least 50% marks (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana).
  6. Department of Food Technology
  7. M.Sc. (Food Technology) -4 semester
    Graduate in any discipline of Science / Engineering/ Technology with at least 50% marks aggregate (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana).
  8. Department of Chemistry
  9. M.Sc. (Chemistry) -4 semester
    B.Sc.(Hons.) in Chemistry or Industrial Chemistry with atleast 50% marks (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana).
    OR
    B.Sc. with atleast 50% marks in aggregate with Chemistry as one of the subjects in each semester/ year of B.Sc. degree (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana).
  10. Department of Mathematics
  11. M. Sc. (Mathematics) -4 Semesters
    B.A.(Hons.)/ B.Sc.. (Hons.) in Mathematics with atleast 50% marks (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana)
    OR
    B.A./B.Sc. with atleast 50% marks in aggregate with Mathematics as one of the subjects in each Semester/ Year of B.A./ B.Sc. degree (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana).
  12. Department of Physics
  13. M.Sc. (Physics) -4 Semesters
    B.Sc.(Hons.) in Physics with atleast 50% marks (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana)
    OR
    B.Sc. with atleast 50% marks in aggregate with Physics as one of the subjects in each Semester/ Year of B.Sc. degree (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana).
  14. Department of Applied Psychology
  15. M.Sc. (Psychology) -4 Semesters
    Graduate in any discipline with atleast 50% marks in aggregate (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana)
  16. Haryana School of Business
  17. M.Sc. (Economics)–4 semester
    A candidate with atleast 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana) from a recognized University/ Institute with Economics or Mathematics as one of the subjects at under graduate programme or with Mathematics as one of the subjects in class XII.
  18. Department of Physiotherapy
  19. M.Sc. (Yoga Science & Therapy)–4 semester
    Bachelor Degree in any discipline or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto with atleast 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana).
(D) MASTER OF PHYSIOTHERAPY PROGRAMMES
Admission to Master of Physiotherapy programmes run by the University will be made on the basis of merit list of Entrance Test to be conducted by the University plus sports weightage, if any, subject to fulfilling of other conditions given in the University Prospectus.
Department of Physiotherapy
  1. (a) Master of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal Disorders)-4 semester
  2. Master of Physiotherapy (Neurological Disorders) -4 Semesters
  3. Master of Physiotherapy (Cardiothoracic & Pulmonary Disorders) -4 Semesters
  4. Master of Physiotherapy (Sports Physiotherapy) -4 semester
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (four and half years course) with at least 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana) from GJUS&T, Hisar or examination recognized as equivalent thereto by GJUS&T, Hisar and should have also completed their Six Months Compulsory Internship from a recognized Institution/ Hospital.
(E)MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (M.B.A.) and M.Com. PROGRAMMES For Haryana School of Business
Admission to above MBA Programmes will be made on the basis of merit of CAT score 2018 with minimum cut-off 40 percentile (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 the University Prospectus 2019-20.
  1. MBA Programmes-4 semesters
    1. MBA
    2. MBA (International Business)
    3. MBA (Marketing)
    4. MBA (Finance)
    Graduation in any stream with atleast 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana) from recognized university.
  2. Master of Commerce - 4 semesters
  3. Any Commerce graduate/ BA with Economics/ BBA with atleast 50% marks (47.5% for SC category of Haryana) from recognized a university.
    The admission will be made on the basis of merit list of Entrance Test to be conducted by the University subject to fulfilling of other conditions given in the University Prospectus.


(F) MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS PROGRAMME
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
Admission to MCA and MCA LEET programme will be made on the basis of merit of entrance test to be conducted by the University plus sports weightage, if any, subject to fulfilling of other conditions given in the University Prospectus 2019-20.
(a) MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION-6 semester
Recognized Bachelor’s Degree of minimum 3 Years duration with Mathematics at 10+2 level.
OR
Recognized Bachelor’s Degree of minimum 3 Years duration with Mathematics as one of the subjects.
OR
Should be pass in BCA Degree of minimum 3 Years duration from a recognized University.
Obtained at least 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana) in the qualifying Examination.
Note: Candidates having passed Mathematics/ Statistics in one semester/ in one year as the case may be shall be considered eligible for MCA.
(b)(b) MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (MCA) 2nd year through LEET-4 semester
Bachelor's Degree of minimum three Years duration in BCA, B.Sc. (IT/ Computer Science) with Mathematics as a course at 10+2 level or at Graduate Level.
Obtained at least 50% marks (47.5% for SC candidates of Haryana) at the qualifying Examinations.
Note: B.Sc. (Non-Medical) with Computer Science/IT as one of the elective subjects are not covered in the above qualifications.

(G) UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Admission to Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences & B.Pharmacy 2nd Year through (LEET) courses, B.Sc. (Hons.)-Economics, B.Sc. (Hons.)-Psychology and B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer (Data Science) run by the University will be made on the basis of merit list of Entrance Test conducted by the University plus sports weightage, if any, subject to fulfilling of other conditions given in the University Prospectus 2019-20.
  1. Department of Physiotherapy
  2. Bachelor of Physiotherapy- 8 semester & 6 Months compulsory Internship.
    Candidates should have qualified 10+2 examination with pass marks in Biology, Physics, Chemistry and English from Board of School Education, Haryana or equivalent examination from a recognised Board/ University.
  3. Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
    1. Bachelor of Pharmacy 1st Year - 8 Semester
      Candidate shall have passed 10+2 examination conducted by the respective state/ central government authorities recognized as equivalent to 10+2 examination by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with English as one of the subjects and physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (P.C.M.) and or Biology (P.C.B./ P.C.M.B.) as optional subjects individually. Any other qualification approved by the Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to any of the above examinations.
    2. (b) Bachelor of Pharmacy through (LEET) (to third semester) -6 semester
    3. A pass in D.Pharm. course from an institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India under section 12 of the Pharmacy Act.
  4. Department of Economics
  5. B.Sc. (Hons.)-Economics
    The candidate(s) should have pass 10+2 examination in any discipline with Mathematics/ Economics as one of the subject and having at least 60% marks (57% for SC candidates of Haryana) in aggregate in the qualifying examination from a recognized Board/ University.
  6. Department of Applied Psychology
  7. B.Sc. (Hons.)-Psychology
    The candidate (s) should have pass 10+2 examination in any discipline having at least 60% marks (57% for SC candidates of Haryana) in the qualifying examination from a recognized board/ university.
  8. 5. Department of Mathematics (Mentor Department till a new department is created)
  9. B.Sc. (Hons.)-Computer (Data Science)
    The candidate(s) should have passed 10+2 examinations in Science discipline with at least 60% marks (57% for SC candidates of Haryana) in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics subjects in aggregate in the qualifying examinations from a recognize board/ university.


(H) DUAL DEGREE B.Sc. (Hons.)- M.Sc. in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biotechnology Programmes (3+2=5 Years)
Admission to all Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons.)-M.Sc. programme will be made on the basis of merit of entrance test (as per the procedure given in the Chapter-5 of University Prospectus 2019-20) to be conducted by the University plus sports weightage, if any, subject to fulfilling of other conditions given in the University Prospectus 2019-20.
(a) Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons) Physics- M.Sc. (Physics)
The candidate(s) should have passed 10+2 examinations in Science discipline with at least 60% marks (57% for SC candidates of Haryana) in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/ Biology/ Biotechnology subjects in aggregate in the qualifying examinations from a recognized Board/ University.
(b) Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry- M.Sc. (Chemistry)
The candidate(s) should have passed 10+2 examinations in Science discipline with at least 60% marks (57% for SC candidates of Haryana) in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/ Biology/ Biotechnology subjects in aggregate in the qualifying examinations from a recognized Board/ University.
(c) Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics- M.Sc. (Mathematics)
The candidate(s) should have passed 10+2 examinations in Science discipline with at least 60% marks (57% for SC candidates of Haryana) in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects in aggregate in the qualifying examinations from a recognized Board/ University.
(d) Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons) Biotechnology- M.Sc. (Biotechnology)
The candidate(s) should have passed 10+2 examinations in Science discipline with at least 60% marks (57% for SC candidates of Haryana) in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/ Biotechnology subjects in aggregate in the qualifying examinations from a recognized Board/ University.

(I) POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA(S)
  1. Department of Applied Psychology
  2. Admission to PG Diploma in Guidance & Counseling will be made on the basis of merit of entrance test to be conducted by the University subject to fulfilling of other conditions given in the University Prospectus 2019-20.
    PG Diploma in Guidance & Counseling-2 semester
    Post graduate in Psychology/ Applied Psychology with atleast 50% marks (pass marks for SC candidates of Haryana)
  3. Department of Physiotherapy
  4. Admission to PG Diploma in Yoga Science & Therapy will be made on the basis of academic merit of the qualifying examination as per criteria given in the University Prospectus 2019-20.
    Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga Science & Therapy-One year -2 semester
    Bachelor’s degree in any discipline or any other examination recognized as equivalent there to with at least 50% marks in aggregate (47.5% marks for SC candidates of Haryana)
    (J) M.A. PROGRAMMES
    (Mentor Department (CM&T) till new department(s) for M.A. (Hindi) and M.A. (English) are created)

    Admission to M.A. (Hindi) and M.A. (English) programmes will be made on the basis of academic merit of the qualifying examination plus sports weightage, if any, as per criteria given in the University Prospectus 2019-20. Further, 10% weightage of the marks obtained will be given for (Hons.) in Hindi and (Hons.) in English subjects at the Graduation level for admission to M.A. (Hindi) and M.A. (English) respectively and the same will be included while preparing the academic merit for above said programmes.
    1. M.A (Hindi) – 4 semester
      Bachelor Degree with atleast 45% marks in aggregate with 45% marks in the subject of Hindi.
      Weightage:- 10% weightage of the marks obtained will be given for (Hons.) in Hindi subject at the graduation level.
    2. M.A (English) – 4 semester
      Bachelor Degree with atleast 45% marks in aggregate with 45% marks in the subject of English.
      Weightage:- 10% weightage of the marks obtained will be given for (Hons.) in English subject at the graduation level.


Other Important information/ notes related to Eligibility/ Admission:

    1. (i)The candidates having supplementary / compartment / reappear in the qualifying examination shall not be allowed admission to any course in the University Teaching Departments.
    (ii)If the result of nth semester/ year is not declared on the date of counseling for admission to a programme (where entrance test is applicable) then the result of first (n-1) semesters/ years of qualifying examination is required to be produced by every candidate at the time of counseling, where `n’ stands for total number of semesters/ years of the qualifying examinations.
    2.Scheduled Caste(SC) Candidates of Haryana seeking admission to University Teaching Departments courses are required to obtain minimum pass marks in the qualifying examination (except mentioned otherwise with respect to some course(s) such as M.Tech., M.Pharm., MBA, M.Com., Master of Physiotherapy, B. Pharmacy, B. Pharmacy (LEET), MCA and MCA (LEET) and Dual Degree B.Sc. (Hons.)-M.Sc. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biotechnology, B.Sc. (Hons.)-Economics, B.Sc. (Hons.) Psychology and B.Sc. (Hons.)-Computer (Data Science). In case of affiliated Colleges minimum pass marks as mentioned in the University Prospectus will be followed.
    3. The following examinations are recognised for the admission to relevant courses in the University:
    (i) 10+2 examination of C.B.S.E., New Delhi, Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi, Board of School Education, Haryana, State Council for Vocational Education, Haryana, or an equivalent examination of Statutory Boards examining bodies of the other States/Union Territories, recognized by the Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani.
    (ii)Graduate and Post-Graduate Degrees of all Indian Universities, Deemed Universities, Institutions of National Importance which are on the list of University Grants Commission.
    (iii)All examinations of foreign Universities, Boards, Examination Bodies, which have been recognized by the Association of Indian Universities.
    (iv)Diploma in Pharmacy Examination conducted by Boards of Technical Education and various Universities in India, recognized by the Pharmacy Council of India.
    (v) Diploma Courses in Engineering and Technology approved by State Boards of Technical Education.
    (vi)The Pharmacy Council of India in its 97th Central Council meeting held in June, 2015 has decided to approve a pass from Open School education system of the Central Govt./ State Govts. Institutions for admission to various Pharmacy courses for the purpose of registration as a pharmacist.
    (vii) One-sitting Bachelor’s Degree programme upto the session 1995-96 from a recognized University.
    (viii)M.A./M.Com./M.Sc. (one sitting) upto June, 1999 from a recognized University.
    (ix)AMIE is equivalent to B.Tech.(in respective subject) for the purpose of admission.
    (x)All courses through correspondence/ distance education mode of all the Statutory Universities/ Deemed to be Universities including open/ private Universities established by an Act of State Legislature/ Parliament which are approved by University Grants Commission and Distance Education Council or the Joint Committee of UGC, AICTE, DEC now Distance Education Bureau (DEB) as the case may be. However, updated list of such Universities may be seen on DEC now Distance Education Bureau (DEB) website www.deb.ac.in. It will be the responsibility of the candidate to produce the proof of approval of his / her course / programme/degree by Distance Education Council or Joint Committee of DEC Distance Education Bureau (DEB), UGC and AICTE or any other statutory body, as the case may be.
    Note:- :- As per policy laid down by the AICTE, the qualifications acquired through distance education mode at Diploma, Bachelors & Master’s level in the field of Engineering, Technology, Architecture Town Planning, Pharmacy, Hotel Management & Catering Technology, Applied Arts & Crafts are not recognized by AICTE (Public Notification issued by the AICTE)
    4.Recognition of the qualifying examination is subject to the fulfillment of eligibility conditions of each course which are given above and is in the provisions of the relevant Ordinances.
    5.No candidate, admitted to a course, shall be allowed to appear in the University examination (Major Tests) unless he/she has completed minimum requirement of attendance laid down in the Credit Based System Ordinance of the University or as mentioned in the Ordinance of concerned programme as per regulations of regulatory bodies i.e. PCI etc.
    5-A.i) The examination of odd semester of all courses except Education and Distance Education courses will be held in December/January and even semester in May/June in an Academic year, on such dates as may be fixed by the Vice-Chancellor and the students will have to appear accordingly.
    ii) The examination of odd semester in case of Education Courses will be held in the month of March and even semester in August in an Academic year, on such dates as may be fixed by the Vice-Chancellor and the students will have to appear accordingly.
    iii)The examination of odd semester in case of Distance Education courses will be held in the month of January/February and even semester in June/July in an Academic year, on such dates as may be fixed by the Vice-Chancellor and the students will have to appear accordingly.
    iv) The examination of annual courses in case of Regular as well as Distance Education courses will be held in the month of June/July in an Academic year, on such dates as may be fixed by the Vice-Chancellor and the students will have to appear accordingly.
    v) Supplementary examinations for re-appear candidates and improvement for division/marks except B.Tech courses will be held as under on the dates to be notified by the Conduct Branch:
         i) Odd semesters papers with Odd Semesters examinations
         ii) Even semesters papers with Even Semesters examinations
    vi) Supplementary examinations for B.Tech. reappear candidates and improvement for division/marks will be held as under on the dates to be notified by the Conduct Branch:
    Sr. No. Semester When Held
    a. First Semester Alongwith the 3rd semester and
    subsequent odd semesters
    b. Second Semester Alongwith the 4rd semester and
    subsequent even semesters
    c. Third Semester Alongwith the 5th semester and
    subsequent odd semesters
    d. Fourth Semester Alongwith the 6th semester and
    subsequent even semesters
    e. Fifth and Seventh Semesters Alongwith the 6th, 7th and 8th semesters
    f. Sixth and eighth Semesters Alongwith the 7th and 8th semesters
    g. Ninth Semester
    (in case of B.Arch.)
    Alongwith subsequent odd semesters

    NOTE: Students of 7th and 8th semesters may be allowed to re-appear both in odd and the even semester examinations simultaneously in December/January and May/June within the maximum duration of the course on payment of an additional fee of Rs.1500/- in addition to usual fee/late fee.

    vii)No special supplementary examination will be conducted.

    6. If a student is absent from the classes continuously for fifteen days without intimating to the Chairperson / Incharge of the Department, his/her name shall be removed from the Department’s roll. However, he/she may be allowed re-admission by the Chairperson on payment of fee of Rs. 1000/-taking into consideration the possibility of fulfilling the requirement of attendance to be eligible to appear in the end semester examinations. For the students detained for entire semester/ session, the prescribed full fee of semester/ session will be charged in addition to re-admission fees.
    7.The Executive Council, vide resolution no. 48 of its meeting held on 29.12.2015 has approved the following recommendations of the Committee, duly approved by the Academic Council, regarding Maternity Leave Rules for the Women Students studying in the University Teaching Departments and thereafter amendments in clause (i) of these rules approved by the Academic Council vide resolution no. 10 of its meeting held on 06.03.2017 and recommended to the Executive Council as under:-
    (i) The State Government has decided the matter in a broader perspective to support the married girl students to complete their education without any gap/ hindrance. The State Government has taken a policy decision for grant of Maternity Leave upto 45 days to such married girl students, who are studying in State Technical Universities/ SIETs in the State. The maternity leave to the Girl students will be granted by the competent authority with the condition that if the girl student avail the maternity leave upto 45 days on recommendation of Government Hospital Authorities as applicable as per prescribed rules in the case of Government Women employees, then the girl student will have to attend the extra classes as per the requirement of attendance of the specified course/ professional research programme.
    (ii)However, if desired so, the student may drop the full semester but she has to complete the attendance of that drop out semester after appearing in the final semester examination and shall have to appear in the drop out semester examinations according to the Even & Odd Semester policy. In such cases, she will not be required to pay the re-admission fee and the entire semester fee (if she has already paid the drop out semester fee) to complete the attendance of the drop out semester.
    8.The Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana, Chandigarh conveyed the instructions vide letter No. 22/129/2013-1GS III dated 16.07.2014 regarding prescribing minimum eligibility qualification for the various courses for reserved candidates as per the procedure in the compliance of the judgement of Hon’ble Supreme Court passed in CWP No. 7084/2011 for e.g. “A General candidate requires to have 50% marks, than as per Govt. instructions by giving 5% relaxation the minimum eligibility marks for a reserved caste candidate should be calculated as under:-
    Out of 100 marks needs to less = 5
    Out of 1 Marks needs to less = 5/100
    Out of 50 marks needs to less = 5/100 x50 = 2.50
    This way minimum less marks where general category candidates are required to have 50% in a prescribed qualification, the total required marks for a reserved candidates will be 50 – 2.50 = 47.50 and not 45.”
    9. Admission to various M.Tech. Programmes run in the University as well as affiliated Institutes/ Colleges shall be made first on the basis of GATE Score and thereafter on the remaining vacant seats, if any, on the basis of academic merit of qualifying examinations plus sports weightage, if any as per criteria given in the University Prospectus.
    10.There will be Common Entrance Test for admissions to both M.Sc. (Biotechnology) and M.Sc. (Microbiology) and it will be conducted on the same date and time as per scheduled given on website as well as Chapter-6 of the University Prospectus 2019-20.