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Undergraduate Admission Rules for NRI/OCI
Admission Rules for NRI/OCI Category
The NRI candidates will be admitted in the following programmes:
i) B.V.Sc. & A.H.
ii) B. Tech (Dairy Technology)
The admission under this category will be given only to NRIs, their children/wards (as per the judgement of Honourable Supreme Court for Appeal (Civil) 5041 of 2005). Candidates applying under NRI category are required to submit an application along with copy of their testimonials viz. certificates/transcript/mark sheets showing grades/marks and percentage equivalent marks/conversion formulae for obtaining the requisite equivalence from the Registrar,GADVASU. Application form for NRI and Prospectus will be available at University website. A total of US$750 or equivalent in Indian currency (non-refundable) (Application form fee + processing fee + other charges) through a bank draft in favour of Comptroller, GADVASU payable at any scheduled bank at Ludhiana should be submitted with the application.
The admission under NRI category for the above programmes are primarily restricted to candidates having ancestral background in Punjab provided they fulfill other conditions. However, in the event of seats remaining vacant after admitting the candidates of Punjab origin, NRI candidates from other Indian states will be considered who have already applied as prescribed above. Vacant/ unfilled seats under NRI quota for admission to various programmes shall be converted to Self Financed category for constituent college(s).
The NRI candidates seeking admission to undergraduate programmes will be considered for admission without appearing in the CET-GADVASU provided they have passed upto the 10+2 standard level from any country with 50% marks in the individual subject of English,Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics. This will be subject to verification of equivalence with the 10+2 examination of various recognized Indian Education Boards etc. The detail of subjects studied, grades and percentage equivalent marks obtained is to be furnished in columns 11(a. & b.) of NRI Application Form. The syllabus of the courses studied at 10+1 and 10+2 level along with the website address of the institute needs to be attached with the application. Mere processing of application does not guarantee admission to the programme applied for.NRI candidates seeking admission to M.V.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes may be considered for admission,provided they fulfill the prescribed qualifications as for general candidates. Their merit will be prepared on basis of qualifying examination.
The Admission and Tuition fee (Chapter IV) shall be payable by bank draft in US Dollars issued against the bank account of NRI in the country in which he/ she is residing or in the shape of bank draft in an equivalent amount in Indian currency issued against his/her NRI account, maintained in India. In the later case, the candidate is required to submit a certificate from the bank that the draft has been issued against his/ her NRI account. The bank draft should be drawn in favour of the Comptroller, GADVASU payable at any scheduled bank at Ludhiana, India. The hostel dues and other fees and sundry charges as applicable will be charged, in addition to admission fee, as per University rules in Indian currency.
The NRI candidates are required to attach a self attested photo copy of birth certificate, citizenship certificate and passport or any other valid document with the application form. These will be verified with the original at the time of counselling.