Admission Procedure

Step 1
The University will issue admission notifications in newspapers, on the University’s website, the University’s notice board, and other publicity media before the start of every cycle.
Step 2
A list of candidates provisionally selected for admission / shortlisted based on merit will be displayed on the notice board of the University/University’s website/ or the students will be informed directly of their admission after the last date of application.
Step 3
The candidates whose results of the qualifying exams are awaited can also apply. They are admitted provisionally. Such candidates, however, must produce the previous year mark sheet /School/College certificates as proof of required eligibility criteria before the due date failing which, the provisional admission cannot be granted. The admitted candidate shall have to present the mark sheet of the qualifying examination within a month of the due date of entry, failing which the provisional admission shall be cancelled.
Step 4
If a candidate admitted provisionally under (d) above could not obtain the marks to fulfil the requirements & eligibility criteria of the admission, the provisional admission granted to him will be cancelled,

Step 5
The application form may be rejected due to any of the following reasons:

  • The candidate does not fulfil the eligibility conditions.
  • The prescribed fee is not enclosed.
  • The application form is not signed by the candidate and their parent guardian, wherever required. Supporting documents for admission are not enclosed.

Step 6
Enrolment / Registration number will be assigned to the student by the University after verification & submission of all the necessary documents/fees.

Step 7
Admission rules as framed by the University shall be applicable for all admissions from time to time.

Eligibility for Admission

(i) Unless otherwise provided, no person shall be eligible for admission to the under-graduate and or Diploma Courses in the University unless he/she has passed the Senior School/Higher Secondary Certificate Examination of an Indian University or Board or 10+2 or equivalent or as per eligibility criteria issued by regulatory body /council from time to time from Examination recognized and considered equivalent to either of this Examination by the Academic Council of the University, from time to time.
(ii) No person shall be admitted to any post-graduate course or Post Graduate Diploma unless he/she has passed an Under Graduate degree examination from a recognized University or an examination recognized as equivalent to a degree by the Academic Council from time to time and possesses such further qualification as may be prescribed by the Ordinances.
(iii) No person shall be admitted to M.Phil/Doctorate unless he/she has passed a Post Graduation or Equivalent degree examination from a recognized University as per the eligibility criteria issued by regulatory body/council from time to time or an examination recognized as equivalent to a PG degree by the Academic Council from time to time and possesses such further qualification as may be prescribed by the Ordinances.
(iv) The candidates seeking admission to a course of study in the University must fulfill the conditions prescribed for it by the Academic Council and published in the prospectus from time to time.
(v) The maximum number of seats in each course shall be determined by the Academic Council from time to time as per the availability of adequate physical facilities and approval from various statutory bodies viz, UGC, NCTE, PCI, BCI, MCI, INC, COA, etc as and when necessary.

Provision for Admission

(i) No candidate shall be entitled to claim admission as a matter of right.
(ii) The procedure of admission shall be approved by the Academic Council from time to time and shall be published in the prospectus.
(iii) Save as otherwise provided, all admissions to under-graduate and post-graduate courses shall be made on the basis of merit and/or marks obtained in the entrance test held by the Admission Committee or by the appropriate Body, if applicable.
(iv) Admission shall be offered at the beginning of each semester/academic year or as prescribed by the Academic Council from time to time.
(v) The application for admission shall among others be accompanied by (i) the School or College Leaving Certificate signed by the Head of the Institution last attended by the student. (ii) Duly attested photocopies of the statement of marks accompanied by the original copies which shall be returned after the verification, showing that the applicant has passed the qualifying examination and in case of a student who passed the examination as a private candidate a certificate signed by two responsible persons certifying the good character of the applicant. If the applicant for admission, as aforesaid, has passed the qualifying examination from a Board other than the Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education, or a University other than this University, then he/she shall submit in addition to the school or college Leaving an Eligibility and/or a Migration Certificate from the Secretary or Registrar of such board or University, as the case may be, together with migration fee as decided by the University from time to time. If any of these are found to be forged, tampered with, or false, the student’s admission will automatically stand canceled and necessary legal action may be initiated.
(vi) The mode of sending applications for admission of students can be direct/through post/ Online. Any student from India or abroad seeking admission to the University can interact online with the University.
(vii) The Admission Committee will process the applications and selected candidates shall be awarded provisional admission.
(viii) Save for admission in first semester/1st year, a student with ‘compartment’ or supplementary result may be granted ‘provisional’ admission to any course if the courses of study to which he /she would have otherwise normally been admitted if he/she shall have secured clear pass grades.
(ix) At the time of admission, every student and his/her parent or legal guardian shall be required to sign a declaration to the effect that the student submits himself to the disciplinary & pecuniary jurisdiction of the Vice-Chancellor and other authorities of the University.
(x) A student who has passed a part of any degree or diploma from another recognized University /recognized awarding body shall be admitted to subsequent higher class for such examination after its equivalence has been determined by the Dean of the Faculty in consultation with the Head of the Department.
(xi) Provided further that the Vice-Chancellor shall have the powers to grant admission in case of genuine hardship beyond the last date of admission as given above on the clear understanding that the attendance of all such students shall be counted from the date of commencement of the course.
(xii) Admission of a student to any course shall be subject to the availability of a vacant seat in that particular course in which admission is sought.

(xiii) Lateral Entry admission shall be allowed as per the norms of concerned regulatory bodies.

Restrictions for Admission on Certain Grounds

No student shall be admitted to two regular degree courses simultaneously.
(ii) Unless otherwise provided a student may join a part-time or distance education course provided he/she fulfills the eligibility requirements as per procedure laid down for the purpose by Rules.
(iii) No student shall be admitted to the course after passing the same course of the University. However, he/she may be admitted to a higher course of the same faculty or for an additional diploma/degree in a different field at the same level provided he/she fulfills the eligibility requirements.
(iv) 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.
(v) Admission to any course of the University can be canceled at any time if any information furnished by the candidate is found to be false/ incorrect.
(vi) A candidate who has taken admission in a wrongful manner by concealing his/her identity to any course as a full-time regular student will forfeit his/her right as an ex-student in the University and will not be allowed to appear at any Examination of the University as an ex-student.
(vii) A person who is under sentence of rustication or has been disqualified from appearing in an examination by any other University/Institution shall not be admitted to any course of study in this University during the period of rustication or disqualification.
(viii) No student migration from any other University shall be admitted to any class in an institution unless he/ she has passed the examination which has been declared by the University as equivalent to the qualifying examination for a Student of the University.
(ix) Without prejudice to the provision contained in the sub-clause 2 (v) above, no student migrating from any other University shall be admitted to any class in a department without the prior permission of the Registrar whereby any general or special direction such permission is necessary.
(x) An application for admission to a course leading to a Bachelor’s Degree/ Honours course shall not be accepted unless the application is prepared to appear in all the subjects prescribed for the particular Degree/ Honours Examination.
(xi) No student who has passed a part of a Degree or Post Graduate Examination from any other University shall be admitted to subsequent higher class for such an Examination in the University without producing eligibility certificate from the competent authority.
(xii) Candidates coming on transfer from other Universities because of the transfer of their parents/ guardians or any other genuine hardship may be given admission beyond the last date of admission.

Enrolment of Students

Head of Department/ School shall submit the details of admitted students in a prescribed form within 45 days from the last date of admission, along with all the relevant original documents and enrolment fee as specified by the Academic Council from time to time to the Registrar.
(ii) No person shall be admitted to any Examination of the University unless he/she has been duly enrolled as a student of the University.
(iii) The Transfer and Migration Certificates submitted by students at the time of admission shall become the property of the University.
(iv) Enrolled students will be issued a Transfer Certificate and Migration Certificate under the seal and signature of the University at the time of leaving the University.
(v) If a student takes a Migration Certificate to join another educational institution his/her Enrolment to the University shall lapse until such time as he/she may subsequently return with a Migration Certificate from that educational institution to take admission to some course in the University. Fresh Enrolment Fee in such cases shall be necessary.
(vi) The Registrar shall maintain a Register of all enrolled students studying in the various Faculties of the University. In the said register, the Registrar shall be required to incorporate all the material details regarding the student including the date of birth, date of admission and leaving the institution, and details about various examinations of degree/diploma certificate awarded to him/her.
(vii) The student shall be informed on Enrolment, the enrolled number under which his/her name has been entered in the Enrolment Register of University and that number shall be quoted by the student in all communications with the University and in subsequent applications for admission to an examination of the University.
(viii) Any enrolled student may obtain a certified copy of the entries relating to him in the Enrolment Register on payment of the prescribed fee.

Change of Name and Subject

Change of Name

(i) A student applying for the change of his name in the Register of Enrolment department shall submit his application to the Registrar through the Head of Department accompanied by:
(a) The prescribed fee
(b) An affidavit relating to his present and proposed name, duly sworn in the presence of a Magistrate or a Notary by his parent or guardian, in case he is minor, or by himself, in case he is major.
(c) A publication from a newspaper in which the proposed change of name has been advertised. However, the provision relating to publication shall not be applicable in a case where a woman candidate wants to change her name following her marriage. The Registrar shall take a decision on such applications after obtaining approval of the Vice-Chancellor

Change of Subject(s)

(i) A student shall not ordinarily be allowed to change the optional/subsidiary/specialization subject(s) of a course unless the same is applied for and permitted within four weeks from the date of admission. Such application should be submitted to the Head of the Institute of the Faculty with the consent of the Head(s) of the Department(s) concerned.