CHANDIGARH ADMINISTRATION

ACADEMIC FAQ


Scholarship and Fee Concession

Ques. What are the different scholarships and fee concessions are provided.

Ans.

The following scholarships are available to the students in the college.

1.U.T Merit Scholarships

2.Free Education for Meritorious Scheduled Castes and Other Backward Classes Students

3.Merit-cum means based scholarship to minority communities

4.Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme for Economically Weaker Section students

5.Half free ship on tuition fee shall be admissible to all the students belonging to the Schedule Caste/ Schedule Tribes.

Details of above and other fee concession are available in prospectus 2016-17.

FAQ for Admission Process Procedure

Ques. What are the minimum eligibility criteria for admission?

Ans. The admission criteria are as follows:

1.The mode of admission to the First Semester course in any branch will be decided by the P.U. Syndicate. It will be open to a candidate, who has passed 10+2 examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi or its equivalent with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects : Chemistry, Biotechnology, Computer Science or Biology.

2.A candidate must have obtained a minimum of 60% marks in the qualifying examination i.e. +2 for admission to the first year B.E. and Integrated B.E. courses in all the University Engineering Departments and Colleges affiliated to it except in the case of SC/ST/Physically Handicapped categories for which the percentage shall be 55% for admission to Engineering courses. The candidates shall be admitted on the basis of JEE (Mains) merit conducted by CBSE.

3.The mode of admission to the Second year B.E Programme (lateral entry) where ever applicable will be decided by the P.U Syndicate from time to time. It will be open to a candidate who has passed

3year Diploma from the recognized State Board of Technical Education in India with 60% marks in the aggregate. The admission will only be made in the corresponding or equivalent branches of degree courses. Admission will be made on the basis of merit obtained in the Entrance Examination to be conducted by the Panjab University.

Ques. If I do not get the preference of my choice, will it be possible to transfer my branch after first year?

Ans. Yes, branch can be changed but it would be as per P.U guidelines amended time to time.

FAQ for Academic Certificate and Procedure

Ques How to get (i) Provisional Certificate (ii) Character Certificate (iii) Bonafide Certificate (iv) Scholarship certificate from college.

Ans. Student should fill prescribed Performa available in download tab at ccet website. Student have to clear all his/her dues before issue of certificate.

FAQ Regarding Ordinance Rule

Ques. What are the regulations issued by panjab university to earn B.E degree in any mentioned stream.

Ans.

1.The duration of the course of instruction for Bachelor of Engineering in all disciplines being offered by the Panjab University, shall be Four years (comprising of eight semesters, with two semesters per year). Each semester shall be at least of fourteen weeks duration.

2.A student shall be eligible to appear in the examination only if he/she has attended at least 75% of the total classes held as mentioned above during the semester. The attendance shall be certified by the Chairperson of the University Department(s)/institutes/Director of Institute/Principal of College as the case may be.

3.On the recommendations of the Chairperson of the University Department(s)/institutes/Director of Institute/Principal of College as the case may be, Board of Control will have the power to condone the shortage of the attendance up to 10% per subject only as per the merit of each case.

4.A candidate will be promoted to next year only if he has earned 50 % of the total credits of proceeding years. It means that for promotion to 2nd year, candidate should have earned 50% of the total credits of Ist year. For promotion to 3rd year a candidate should have earned 50% of the total credits of Ist and 2nd year and so on.

Other detailed information is available in college prospectus