Kashmir University Admission 2017 is done on the basis merit in qualifying examination or entrance examination conducted by the university like KUET 2017. University has released notification for Kashmir University Entrance Test 2017for bbelow-mentioned programmes for the academic session 2017. Get here all the details of Kashmir University Admission 2017 application, eligibility admit card, result and other relevant information.
Latest Update – KUET 2017 Application Form is now available.
Kashmir University Admission 2017 – KUET 2017
Schedule for KUET 2017 is given here.
|Submission of Online Form starts from||17 Mar 2017|
|Last date of submission of Application Forms||27 Mar 2017|
|Conduct of Entrance Examinations from (Tantative)||01 Apr 2017|
Master Programme is offered in Arabic, English, Hindi, Kashmiri, Library & Information Science, Linguistics, Persian, Sanskrit, Urdu, Commerce, Education, M. Ed., M.P.Ed., Economics, History, Islamic Studies, Mass Communication & Journalism, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Botany, Bioresources, Clinical Biochemistry, Zoology, Microbiology, Computer Applications, Electronics, Home Science (Dietetics & Clinical Nutrition, Food Science & Nutrition, Extension & Communication and Human Development), Food Science & Technology, Information Technology, Chemistry, Disaster Management, Environmental Science, Geography, Applied Geology, Geo-Informatics, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics
Bachelors Programme is offered in Law (LLB 3 years Professional).
Candidates having passed the qualifying examination (Bachelors) with the required percentage and subject combinations reflected in the Prospectus-2017 available on the official website of the University are eligible to apply for appearing in KUET.
|Programme||Minimum Required Percentage|
|MSW, MCA, M. Sc. IT|
|M.Tech, M.Sc. Biotechnology and M.Ed.|
|All other programmes|
- For candidates falling under the Reserved Categories namely (i) “Persons from outside the Kashmir Division”, (ii) “Foreign Nationals” and (iii) “Children of Permanent Employees (serving/retired) of the University of Kashmir”, the minimum eligibility shall be the same as that for the open merit category in various programmes/Courses
- Candidates possessing postgraduate degree/s are eligible to seek admission in another postgraduate programme or in a Diploma/ Certificate course, if they fulfill the eligibility criteria laid down for admission; however, no benefit of reserved category can be granted if already availed.
- A candidate can simultaneously pursue a full-time PG Programme and one part-time (Morning/Evening) Certificate Course.
The eligible candidates shall be required to appear in Entrance Test comprising of 60 multiple choice questions (MCQ) carrying a total of sixty marks covering the syllabus prescribed for the concerned subject/programme.
Entrance Test may not be conducted for admission to a programme/ course where intake capacity is equal to or more than the number of eligible applicants.
Negative marking shall be @25% i.e. for each wrong answer 0.25 marks shall be deducted
In respect to the below-mentioned Programmes, candidates must have a valid score in national level tests conducted by various agencies shown against each:-
|MBA/MBA (Financial Management)/ MCME||CMAT|
|B.Tech||JEE (Main) (Paper I)|
Click here to know Admission Policy for Kashmir University Admission 2017 through KUET.
The selection of a candidate shall be based on his/her performance in the Entrance Test. The Entrance Test 2017 shall carry weight of 60 marks and a candidate shall be considered for selection if he/she has obtained positive score. Further, where a programme is offered at more than one Campus/College a candidate having given Campus/College preference shall only be considered.
Where two or more candidates have secured equal marks in the entrance test for admission to a particular programme, the tie shall be decided (1) on the basis of aggregate merit obtained in the qualifying examination, i.e. a candidate with higher aggregate marks shall be given preference, (2) If the tie still persists, the aggregate merit of the subject in which the admission is sought shall be reckoned by taking the merit of that subject in all the three years BA/B.Sc./B.Com, 1st year, 2nd year and 3rd year into account (3) In case the problem still remains unresolved or the candidate seeks admission to a Programme where the discipline in which he/she seeks admission is not taught at undergraduate level, then candidate with higher academic merit in the preceding examination i.e., merit in Hr. Sec. Part-II (10+2) where the minimum qualification is graduation and merit in Matric where the minimum qualification for admission is 10+2 shall be given preference