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Admission Guidelines for Admission 2017

 
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Information published by the University in this Prospectus, University Website, Advertisements or otherwise in any manner must be read in conjunction with supplements, updations, rectifications, clarifications, corrigenda, notices etc. as and if issued by the University from time to time. Changes if any in the prospectus will be published as corrigenda in University’s website. Applicants and others concerned must ensure that they know up-todate information before applying for admission or any other purpose whatsoever.

 
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Any degree/diploma obtained from a University, Board, Council, Institution, College etc. declared recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) or Council of Boards of School Education in India, Delhi (COBSE) or incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India or any other concerned apex body as applicable shall be considered for admission to the University. In case any degree/ diploma obtained is not recognized by UGC or COBSE or any other concerned apex body as mentioned above, result of the entrance test or interview (if applicable) and admission, if granted shall stand cancelled and the applicant shall have no claim, whatsoever against the University. Fee and other charges, also including amount paid for provisional registration, paid by the candidate shall stand forfeited and the candidate shall further be liable to pay the fee and other charges for remaining/ entire duration of the programme.

 
3

Applicants will be required to produce certificate/documents in original or otherwise, during the admission process and even thereafter, as and when instructed by the University.

 
4

Original certificates of an applicant normally will not be retained and will be returned after verification; however, if required, the University may retain original certificates for verification from the Board/Council/University from where the certificates are supposed to be issued.

 
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If an applicant is found ineligible for admission on verification of the document(s) at any stage or otherwise, his/her admission to University if granted, shall stand cancelled and the case may be handed to the relevant authority under the law of land. If such instances go undetected during the admission process but are detected in subsequent semesters/ years, such disqualification will take place with retrospective effect. In such a case, the applicant shall have no claim whatsoever against the University. Fee and other charges, also including amount paid for provisional registration, paid by the candidate shall stand forfeited and the candidate shall further be liable to pay the fee and other charges for remaining/ entire duration of the programme. The verification process including authentication from certificate issuing agency (if required) may take 1 year or more after the start of session. So student must ensure themselves regarding their eligibility before taking admission to safeguard their career.

 
6 a Applicants who are either awaiting for the result or due to appear for qualifying exam may also apply; provided that the result of the qualifying exam must be furnished to the University either by the last date of provisional registration or at the time of admission, or by the last date as specified by the University.
     
  b

In case an applicant fails to produce the proof of fulfilment of the prescribed eligibility criteria or any other document prescribed by the University or fails to provide original documents for verification by the stipulated date(s), he shall not be considered eligible for admission and admission, in any case, if granted due to any reason, shall be cancelled and the applicant shall have no claim, whatsoever against the University. Fee and other charges, including amount paid for provisional registration, paid by the candidate shall stand forfeited and the candidate shall further be liable to pay the fee and other charges for remaining/ entire duration of the programme.

     
7

Application Form(s) received without fee(s) or otherwise incomplete in any respect or received after the stipulated dates for submission may not be considered/evaluated for admission or may be summarily rejected without assigning any clarification or intimation.

   
8

Submission of Application Form(s)/ Fee or any other document and/or acknowledgment thereof by the University or generation of ID card and registration number etc. does not guarantee admission to any programme or allotment of any facility of the University.

   
9

The University shall not be responsible for any postal delay or loss in transit.

   
10.

Eligibility

     
  a The Eligibilty Criteria (Qualifying Exam) is aggregate marks required in qualifying examination and same will be calculated using following methods
       
    [ i ] In case of Programmes after 10th and 10+2, calculation of aggregate marks will be done considering best five subjects (with highest marks) in the qualifying examination. However the marks obtained in subject(s) prescribed under the respective eligibility criteria of IGTAMSU for the concerned programme must be taken into account for calculation of aggregate marks.
       
      NOTE :
       
     

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In certain boards/institutions, part of subjects are mentioned as two separate entities in the transcript, e.g. theory & practical as two different entities, Botany & Zoology as two different entities or Mathematics I & II as two different entities. In all such cases these entities will be considered as a single subject, theory and practical paper will be considered as a single subject, Botany and Zoology as one subject and Mathematics- I & II as one subject.
         
      2 If student is not able to satisfy the eligibility criteria as per the clause mentioned above then all the subjects registered may be considered for calculating aggregate percentage. But in such cases Scholarship will not be awarded.
         
      3 If an applicant has passed the qualifying exam by appearing for less than 5 subjects, then all subjects (which will be less than 5 in this case) will be considered. However applicant must have studied and passed the subject(s) prescribed under the respective eligibility criteria of IGTAMSU for the concerned programme.
         
      4 Certain Boards (e.g. ICSE) declare pass by considering 4 subjects only. However the applicant may have studied more than 4 subjects (additional subject) from such a board. Situation may arise where a student may be scoring lesser percentage by considering 5 subjects but scoring more percentage by considering 4 or lesser number of subjects as per Board’s policy. So in such cases, we may consider 4 (or lesser number of subjects) as per Board
         
      5 Rounding off marks for calculating the aggregate marks is not allowed.
         
      6 The eligibility Criteria details the percentage required in qualifying examination. However incase the issuing Board / University does not award marks / percentages and instead award Grades or Grade Point Averages, then the following criteria shall be used to determine the eligibility unless otherwise prescribed by the University.
         
        i.

If the concerned Board / University has awarded Grade Point Average for the programme as a whole, then it is the responsibility of the applicant to get, from the previous Board/ University, the conversion factor for converting Grade Point Averages, to percentage for verifying his / her eligibility criteria. In case no such conversion factor is defined by previous Board/ University/ Institute, then conversion factor as per following shall be used for determining applicant's eligibility, unless otherwise prescribed by the University.

Conversion Factor for Grade Point Averages on 10 point Scale will be 9, Conversion Factor for Grade Point Averages on 4 point scale will be 22.5 and similarly for other conversion factor of grades of different scales

           
        ii If the concerned Board / University has awarded grades for individual courses/ subjects and not for the Programme as a whole, and has also provided the specific marks (or range of marks) corresponding to a grade, then corresponding marks (or mid value of range) shall be used to calculate equivalent percentage.
           
        iii

If the concerned Board / University has awarded grades for individual courses/ subjects and not for the Programme as a whole, and has not provided the specific marks (or range of marks) corresponding to a grade, then the following mechanism shall be considered to calculate marks corresponding to a grade and in turn equivalent percentage

  • The marks assigned to a grade will depend on total number of grades being awarded by the concerned Institute/ University. Top most passing grade will be considered equivalent to 90 percent marks and lowest passing grade will be considered equivalent to 50 percent marks. For all other grades, the equivalent marks will be assigned in such a way that difference between adjoining grades is always same.

Example: If an institute awards 6 grades A+, A, B, C, D and E. Grades from A+ to D are pass grade with A+ as the highest grade and E is the fail grade. In this scenario, A+ will be considered equivalent to 90% marks and D (lowest pass grade) will be considered equivalent to 50% marks. The remaining 3 grades i.e. A, B and C will be equivalent to 80%, 70% and 60% respectively so that difference between adjoining grades is always same.

           
      7 Persons in employment are not eligible for full-time programme unless otherwise prescribed by regulatory bodies and with the prior approval of the employer.
         
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Scholarship and Stipend

         
  a

Student is solely responsible for time submission of documents to appropriate authority for availing scholarships from Government of India or Government of Arunachal Pradesh.

     
  b

University is not responsible to process scholarship for any student.

     
  c Student may get stipend from Government of India or Government of Arunachal Pradesh but not both.
     
  d Student who wants to apply for scholarship/stipend to Government of India need to open an account on website www.scholarships.gov.in , choose appropriate scholarship scheme and upload necessary documents and information. Please note that adhaar card number and mobile number are necessary for applying scholarship through this website.
     
  e Nursing and Paramedical student who wants to apply for stipend to Government of Arunachal Pradesh, need to purchase form from Arunachal Pradesh Medical Council, duly fill the form and submit to the Council in Itanagar. Please note that Bank Account in State Bank of India and Adhaar Card are necessary for availing stipend from Government of Arunachal Pradesh.
     
  f Non-medical student who wants to apply for stipend to Government of Arunachal Pradesh, need to download form from website of Directorate of Higher and Technical Education Itanagar, duly fill the form and submit to DHTE in Itanagar. Please note that Bank Account in State Bank of India and Adhaar Card are necessary for availing stipend from Government of Arunachal Pradesh.
     
  g All eligible student are directed to apply for scholarship/stipend at earliest and not to wait for last date.
     
  h All services which may be provided by the University to student applying for scholarship is chargeable. The University in normal circumstances will not depute any officer to submit scholarship forms in Itanagar.
     
12.

Admission to GNM (Merit Quota)

     
  a For Academic Session 2017-18, initially 25 seats are allotted to merit quota.
     
  b Eligible candidates will be given admission in accordance to following rules:
     
    [i] Eligible candidate who has passed 10+2 or equivalent with biology as one of the subjects and minimum 50% marks will be offered direct admission on first come first serve basis. The first come first serve will be decided on basis of deposition of requisite programme fee.
       
    [ii] Eligible candidate who has passed 10+2 or equivalent without biology as one of the subjects and minimum 55% marks will be offered direct admission on first come first serve basis. The first come first serve will be decided on basis of deposition of requisite programme fee.
       
    [iii] In case of any seat left after giving admission to eligible candidates as per rules enumerated in Step i and Step ii as on 16th June 2017, then a merit list for unfilled seats and a waiting list for equal number of candidates will be published. A candidate whose name has appeared in the merit list is required to take admission on or before 30th June 2017. In case any eligible candidate whose name appeared in merit list does not take admission on or before 16th July 2017 loses his /her claim for getting admission in the programme.
       
    [iv] In case any seat left after giving admission to eligible candidates as per rules enumerated in Steps i to iii, candidates in the waiting list will be given opportunity for admission in the programme on or before 15th July 2017.
       
    [v] Eligible students will be given preference in accordance to marks obtained subjects pursued in qualifying examination in following order:
     

1. Biology
2. Chemistry
3. Physics
4. English

       
      In case of result of tie even after following preference rule then older candidate will be given preference.
       
    [vi]

In case any seat left after giving admission to eligible candidates as per rules enumerated in Steps i  to iv, unfilled seats will be transferred to Management Quota.

       
13 Admission to GNM (Management Quota)
       
  a For academic year 2017-18, initially 15 seats are allotted to merit quota.
     
  b The seats under management quota will be done on first come first serve basis.
     
  c The candidate has to deposit entire requisite fee. Facility of making payment of fees in instalment will not be generally extended to candidate taking admission through management quota.
       
14 Admission to ANM (Merit Quota)
       
  a For Academic Session 2017-18, initially 20 seats are allotted to merit quota.
     
  b Eligible candidates will be given admission in accordance to following rules:
     
    [i] Eligible candidate who has passed 10+2 or equivalent with biology as one of the subjects and minimum 50% marks will be offered direct admission on first come first serve basis. The first come first serve will be decided on basis of deposition of requisite programme fee.
       
    [ii] Eligible candidate who has passed 10+2 or equivalent without biology as one of the subjects and minimum 55% marks will be offered direct admission on first come first serve basis. The first come first serve will be decided on basis of deposition of requisite programme fee.
       
    [iii] In case of any seat left after giving admission to eligible candidates as per rules enumerated in Step i and Step ii as on 16th June 2017, then a merit list for unfilled seats and a waiting list for equal number of candidates will be published. A candidate whose name has appeared in the merit list is required to take admission on or before 30th June 2017. In case any eligible candidate whose name appeared in merit list does not take admission on or before 16th July 2017 loses his /her claim for getting admission in the programme.
       
    [iv] In case any seat left after giving admission to eligible candidates as per rules enumerated in Steps i to iii, candidates in the waiting list will be given opportunity for admission in the programme on or before 15th July 2017.
       
    [v] Eligible students will be given preference in accordance to marks obtained subjects pursued in qualifying examination in following order:
     

1. Biology
2. Chemistry
3. Physics
4. English

       
      In case of result of tie even after following preference rule then older candidate will be given preference.
       
    [vi]

In case any seat left after giving admission to eligible candidates as per rules enumerated in Steps i  to iv, unfilled seats will be transferred to Management Quota.

       
15 Admission to ANM (Management Quota)
       
  a For academic year 2017-18, initially 10 seats are allotted to merit quota.
     
  b The seats under management quota will be done on first come first serve basis.
     
  c The candidate has to deposit entire requisite fee. Facility of making payment of fees in instalment will not be generally extended to candidate taking admission through management quota.
     
16 Inclusion of the name of an applicant in the merit list, shall not ipso facto, entitle him to secure admission.
       
17 Other Fee
   
  In addition to tuition fee and other charges prescribed under programme, applicants will be required to pay the fee and charges for following and such other facilities/ purposes as and if applicable and/ or announced by the University.
     
  a Library Fee
Library fee for candidates admitted in academic session 2017-18 is Rs.1000 per academic year to be paid with tuition fee.
     
  b University Festival Fee
     
   
Programme University Festival Fees
Nursing Programme (GNM and ANM) Rs.5000 per year
Non nursing programmes Rs.2000 per year
     
  c Examination Fee
     
   
Programme Examination Fee
Nursing Programme (GNM and ANM) APNC Examination Fee as to be informed by APNC + Rs.450/- (CIA)
For Under Graduate and Diploma Programmes Rs.3500 per year
For Post Graduate and Post Graduate Diploma Programmes Rs.5500 per year
     
  d Uniform Fee
     
   
Programme Examination Fee
Nursing Programme (GNM and ANM) Rs.3000 per set
Non nursing programmes Rs.5000 per set
     
  e Book Fee (OPTIONAL)
     
   
Programme Book Fee
B.Sc. (Medical Lab Technology), B.Sc.(Medical Laboratory Technology)- Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology, Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology, A.N.M. and G.N.M. Applicant will be informed at the time of counselling.
For other Programmes: Book fee is not payable. Admitted students in such programmes need to purchase books directly from book vendors.
     
  f Clinical Posting Fee
     
   
Programme Examination Fee
Nursing Programme (GNM and ANM) Rs.5000 per year
     
  g One time Nominal Fee for Registration of Nursing Student with APNC
     
   
Programme Examination Fee
GNM Rs.1100/-
ANM Rs.600/-
     
  h Hostel Fee
     
   
Programme Examination Fee
Annual Hostel Fee Rs.60,000/- p.a.
Refundable Hostel Security Deposit Rs.5000/-
     
  i, Re-appear/Make up fee - Rs.750 per paper
     
  j, Marksheet – Rs.550 per marksheet. Online marksheet is given free of cost.
     
  k, Consolidated marksheet fee- Rs.950
     
  l, Authentication of Online Marksheet- Rs.100/- per sheet
     
  m, Duplicate Identity Card- Rs.550
     
  n, Bonafide Certificate for purposes of obtaining scholarship- Rs.50
     
  0, Bonafide Certificate for purposes other than obtaining scholarship- Rs.500
     
  p, Correction of Marksheet other than downloaded marksheet- 750 per marksheet
     
  q, Convocation Fee payable in final year – Rs.7000
     
  r, Provisional Certificate Fee – Rs.1,500
     
  s, Re-evaluation fee- Rs.500 per paper
     
  t, Verification of Marks sheet/degree/diploma- Rs.1500
     
  u, Migration Certificate- Rs.1750
     
  v, Correction of Degree/Diploma- 1750/-
     
  w, Transport fee for year 2017-18 is
     
    i Hapoli Circuit : Rs.7200 p.a.
       
    ii Ziro Circuit: Rs. 9600 p.a
       
    NOTE: OTHER FEE IS SUBJECT TO REVISION FROM TIME TO TIME
     
18 Deadlines for Payment of Fee in subsequent years
       
  a GNM (Management Quota)
     
   
Year Last date of payment the fee for the year
Second 16.07.2018
Third 15.07.2019
     
  b ANM (Management Quota)
     
   
Year Last date of payment the fee for the year
Second 16.07.2018
     
  c Two years programme other than management quota
     
   
Year Last date of payment of first instalment of fee Last date of payment of second instalment of fee
Second 16.07.2018 01.11.2018
     
  d Three Years programme other than management quota
     
   
Year Last date of payment of first instalment of fee Last date of payment of second instalment of fee
Second 16.07.2018 01.11.2018
Third 16.07.2019 01.11.2019
     
  e Five Years programme other than management quota
     
   
Year Last date of payment of first instalment of fee Last date of payment of second instalment of fee
Second 16.07.2018 01.11.2018
Third 16.07.2019 01.11.2019
Fourth 16.07.2020 01.11.2020
Fifth 16.07.2021 01.11.2021
     
   
19 Hostel
       
  No separate notice may be issued regarding payment of fees. Fine per day upon delay of payment of fee due will be charged as under:
       
  a a. Hostel is compulsory for student enrolled in nursing programmes for entire duration of programmes. Even if situation arises that such a student decide to drop Hostel Facility or Programme during the programme then such a student need to pay hostel fee as well as programme fee for entire programme.
       
  b If any non nursing opt for Hostel, then Hostel Fee for entire academic year is payable.
       
20 Fine for delay in payment of fees
       
  No separate notice may be issued regarding payment of fees. Fine per day upon delay of payment of fee due will be charged as under:
       
  a For first seven days delay from due date, including any holidays, fine will be computed@Rs.200 per day.
       
  b Subsequent delay,including any holidays, fine will be computed@Rs.300 per day.
       
21 Refund Policy for Indian Applicant
   


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