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Undergraduate Admission Rules for Foreign Students
Admission Rules for Foreign Students (other than NRIs)
The candidates from foreign countries will be admitted (in absentia) against additional seats without appearing in the entrance test. Their admission will be regulated by the ICAR, New Delhi. They will be admitted only if they have valid student visa. They must be declared medically fit (Attach Annexure F) by the Medical Officer authorized by the Indian Embassy in the country from where the student wishes to seek admission. They should have full medical insurance before their admission to any programme in the University.
All foreign students will be charged Institutional Economic Fee @ US $ 4000 per year per student. The students of SAARC countries will be charged an institutional economic fee of US $ 2000 per year per student. The institutional economic fee will not be charged from the candidates, admitted by the Govt. of India with suitable fellowship such as scholarship under Nepal Aid Fund, Colombo Plan, Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation Programme, General Cultural Scholarship and Cultural Technical Exchange. The institutional economic fee will be charged for two years for Master’s programme and three years for Ph.D. programme only. However, the students will have to deposit tuition fee and other usual charges for the period they remain enrolled in the programme.