KOTA University Has offered various courses for admission as Undergraduate, Postgraduate Program and Integrated UG-PG Program for the academic year 20
KOTA University Has offered various courses for admission as Undergraduate, Postgraduate Program and Integrated UG-PG Program for the academic year 2017-2018. Admission form can be filled online from the official website www.uok.ac.in. Candidates can check the complete information of KOTA University Admission 2017 admission form, eligibility and other condition from this page below.
Latest: – KOTA University Admission Schedule 2017 revised. Check the updated schedule below.
KOTA University Admission 2017
Admission to various certificates / diplomas / undergraduate / postgraduate programs shall be offered to those students who have passed the qualifying examinations from the Central or State Boards / UGC recognized Universities.
Admission in M. Phil. And Ph. D. Programs shall be made through the UGC Guidelines. Applicants who wish to be admitted to these courses should do so by the notification of the entrance examination which shall be notified separately.
Revised Schedule for the KOTA University Admission 2017 is given below.
|Online admission starting date||25 May 2017|
|Online admission closing date||21 Jun 2017 – UG|
25 Jun 2017 – PG
30 Jun 2017 – Diploma
|Display of First Merit Lists of Courses||–|
|Fee deposition of candidates of First merit lists for all subjects||–|
|Commencement of Classes||–|
Eligibility CriteriaKOTA University Admission 2017
Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/SBC/PH/Kashmiri migrant candidates shall be as per Government of Rajasthan policy / as per direction of Hon’ble High Court of Rajasthan / Supreme Court of India.
Reservation criteria for SC/ST/OBC/SBC/PH candidates shall be as given below:
- 50% of the total number of seats in each course in the Faculties of Arts, Commerce, Education, Law, Science, Social Sciences, etc. (including honors, certificate / diploma course, if any, in all these Faculties) shall be reserved in each Department / Programme for NATURAL BORN sons / daughters of parents belonging to Scheduled Castes (16%), Scheduled Tribes (12%), Other Backward Classes-Non creamy layer (21%) and Special Backward Classes (1%).
- 3% of the total number of seats in each category and each course in the Faculties specified above shall be reserved for physically handicapped candidates as defined by the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities in the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India.
One additional seat shall be reserved for the University wards having 20 seats per course. In case of 40 seats, 2 seats shall be reserved for the University employees/wards. This reservation would also be applicable for admission to those courses where university entrance examination is conducted. However, the reservation would not be applicable for admission to those courses where state level entrance test examination is conducted. In case of equal marks obtained by two or more candidates after calculating the merit, preference shall be given to non-income tax payers.
Super numeral seats in each course run by the University teaching departments shall be reserved for the University employees (teachers, officers and non-teaching staffs), employee’s spouse / son or daughter. These additional seats shall be in addition to the total number of seats allotted in that particular course. The admission under this reserved category shall be made on the basis of merit of applicants under this category.
Relaxation to the Son/Daughter of Shaheed in service (Defense service) and Wards of Military personnel will be given as per the University rule.
Albino candidates will be given a concession of 10 marks.
Any change in the reservation policy as notified by the Govt. shall be applicable with immediate effect.
Concession, Relaxation & Weightages
In calculating the merits for admissions in various courses running at the University campus for academic session 2017-18, the concession, relaxation, weightage will be applicable as decided by Commissionrate, College Education, Government of Rajasthan.
Concessions for the wards of Kashmiri migrants will be applicable as notified by Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.
For Defense Personnel:
|Son/Daughter of Shaheed in service (Defense service).||Admission on minimum passing marks.|
|Wards of Military personnel or the wards of Ex-Army men not paying income-tax.||Weightage of 3% the total aggregate of marks prescribed for the qualifying examination while preparing the merit.|
On the failure to deposit the fee and original transfer certificate by the notified date, the claim of the candidate for admission shall be forfeited.
All candidates whose names appear in the merit list and subsequently verifies their documents shall have to deposit the fee through a online payment gateway / bank challan as per the fee schedule for each course. Candidate, in person, has to ensure his/her presence between official time with original documents supporting qualification, reservation and concession, if any. Fee in any other form shall not be accepted.
Candidates from reserved category who have secured marks above the level up to which the unreserved category candidates are admitted, the candidates from reserved category should not be counted towards reserved quota at all and should be included in the unreserved merit list of admissions.
After preparation of an unreserved merit list in which candidates from all the reserve categories included, separate merit lists shall be prepared for reserved categories including SC, ST, OBC, SBC, PH and Kashmiri migrant candidates who have been passed in the qualifying examination for admission to the University course.