Entrance Application Form
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Instructions To Fill the form

General Information

 For  all  candidates

  1. The candidates should go through the E- Information Brochure carefully.
  2. The candidates are, in their own interest, advised to visit frequently the University website for updated information.
  3. In respect of undergraduate degree programmes, the candidates must not be less than 17 years and more than 28 years as on December 31, 2018 i.e., the candidates born by or before 31-12-2001 only can apply.
  4. Photographs must be snapped on or after 01-01-2018 with placard indicating name of candidate and date of taking photograph.
  1. The candidates, are not required to deposit/send through post any of the credentials including proof of having deposited the fee.
  1. The candidates are advised to retain documents like print out of the confirmation page of on-line application, proof of fee paid etc. with them for future reference.
  1. University Entrance Test (UET-2018) is mandatory for seeking admission under all categories including “Self Finance”.
  2. The University shall endeavor to complete the admission process in all categories including upgradation/change of stream within 30 days after commencement of counseling. Thereafter the admission process may invariably close even if some seats under any category are left unfilled; such seats shall be deemed as lapsed.
  1. The selection of candidates to various UG/PG degree programmes of the University shall be provisional till determination of the final eligibility of the candidate(s)at the concerned Faculty
  2. In addition to the intake capacity under open merit including reserved categories, there are some seats available under self finance category as indicated in the Information Brochure under “Availability of seats in different faculties”. Only those candidates who appear in the University Entrance Test 2018 are eligible for admission under self finance category and the selection will be made on the basis of merit secured in the test.
  3. Merit obtained in UET shall determine the choice of programme.
  4. There will be no negative marking.
  5. The answer key will be uploaded on the website of the University within 48 hours after completion of examination and will remain so displayed there for three continuous days. The candidates who have any complaint against answer(s) of any question(s) in the Question Paper are free to make written representation supported by documentary proof which should reach Controller of Examinations, SKUAST-K, Shalimar, Srinagar-190025 within three days after the Key is uploaded on the website and thereafter no representation will be entertained/ accepted.
  6. The representations should be supported by the documentary proof based on standard text books. The material downloaded from the Internet will not be accepted.
  7. The Answer Key will be got re-examined by the University on the basis of the representations so received and the revised key, if any, will be final and no complaint will be thereafter entertained regarding the revised key. The revised Key, if any, will be uploaded on the website of the University and applied to Answer Sheets of all the candidates no matter whether they have made such representations or not.
  8. OMR Answer Sheets of candidates are machine graded and scanned / scrutinized and double checked with extreme care. As such, there shall be no re-evaluation/ rechecking of OMR Answer Sheets.
  1. The records of the entrance test shall be preserved for a period of six months from the last date of counseling.
  2. Ragging in any form inside or outside the University Campus is a cognizable offence.
  1. Limited hostel facilities are available for housing UG/PG students. Preference will be given to those residing outside state/province/district.
  2. Since, University is neither an appellate authority nor an investigating agency, the complaints against the credibility of certificates including those of reserved categories will not be entertained.
  3. For all matters, Regulations on Resident Instructions of SKUAST-K shall prevail and decision of Vice Chancellor shall be final and binding.

 For Reserved Category candidates

  1. The Reserved category candidates should ensure that their reserved category certificate is issued by the designated competent authority only as notified by the government from time to time.
  2. Where a candidate fails to submit valid reserved category certificate at the time of counseling,he/she will be considered under Open Merit category, if otherwise eligible.
  3. A candidate can apply/opt for one reserved category only and choice regarding reserved category once exercised shall be final and at no stage shall be allowed to be changed.
  4. The candidates having “Outstanding Proficiency in Sports” must submit their certificates to the Secretary, J&K Sports Council which will be then officially forwarded to the University by the Sports Council. The University shall not be responsible for any sort of failure of the Council to forward the points of a candidate to the University. It shall be the sole responsibility of the candidate to ensure that his/her sports points are forwarded by the Council to the University.”
  5. The Children of serving BSF, CRPF, ITBP and CISF do not fall under CDP category but under the category of JKPM.
  6. It has been observed that students often get confused with ‘SC’ and ‘OSC’ reserved categories and enter incorrect code numbers in their Application Forms. It is hereby made clear that ‘SC’ for Scheduled Caste category and ‘OSC’ for Other Social Castes, which has a different category code than ‘SC’ given in the Brochure.
  7. The University shall follow a rotational policy of odd / fractional seats of contiguous categories by clubbing them together to make it a whole number seat which shall be allotted to the candidate of the clubbed categories by following rotational policy.
  8. The category certificate issued after the expiry of the last date fixed for receipt of applications shall in no case be accepted.