Kashmir University UG Admission Instructions for Colleges & Students -2022(Regular) Under National Education Policy-NEP( 2020); Dated: 14-6-2022
The required formalities for admission are as under: -
1.The candidates who have passed their 10+2 class examination in full having secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate in case of Open Merit and 40% marks in aggregate in case of Reserved Categories shall be eligible for admission to the programme.
2.The main features of the programme are: -
• All Bachelor's Degree programmes are full-time regular for the specified duration as per National Education Policy (NEP-2020), with Multiple Exit and Entry systems at various stages after even semesters, from the academic session 2022 and onwards.
3.For admission reservation policy shall be implemented as per S.R.O. 127 dated: - 20-04-2020 read with S.R.O. 249 dated: - the 3-07-2021. Selection of the candidates from the reserved categories shall be made strictly based on of academic merit and validity of respective reserved category certificates as the case may be. No under-process certificate shall be accepted at any cost.
4.Forms for UG Registration (2022) shall be available only Online. Candidates need to follow the instructions,mentioned in the User Guide, strictly for submitting application forms online.
5.Forms shall be generated based on Board Registration Numbers only. In case, the Registration Number of candidate/s is not available on the University Admission Portal www.kashmiruniversity.net, he/she shall have to visit the University Information Centre of the College along with all the original certificates, where he/she intends to seek admission. Submission of the Academic Bank of Credits (ABC) ID of the candidate shall be mandatory to facilitate uploading the credits earned by the candidate in his/her ABC.
6.The applicants shall upload the following certificates in support of their eligibility for admission:
a. Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Provisional Certificate);
b. Character Certificate issued by the institution, last attended;
c. Secondary School Examination (10th Class) certificate as a proof of Date of Birth;
d. Higher Secondary School Examination (Marks Certificate) of Part II (12th Class);
e. Migration / Eligibility certificate (wherever applicable);
f. Certificate from the competent authority of being Orphan / Physically Challenged.
• As per the UGC Guidelines for Multiple Entry and Exit in Academic Programmes offered in Higher Education Institutions, candidates who secure a minimum CGPA of 7.5 in a three-year Bachelor's Degree Programme shall be allowed to continue studies in the fourth year of the undergraduate programme to pursue and complete the Bachelor's Degree with Research/ Honours.