Kashmir University Admission Policy 2023 Check Here

Kashmir University Admission Policy 2023

Candidates who have successfully passed the qualifying examination with the minimum required percentage of aggregate marks, as specified below, are eligible to apply for admission to their desired program/s.

For candidates who have completed their qualifying examination under the Choice Based Credit System Scheme, eligibility for PG Programs is limited to subjects where they have earned a minimum of 24 credits in Core or Generic Elective Courses during their Undergraduate studies. However, for programs like LL.B, MA Mass Communication & Journalism, MA Library & Information Science, MA Linguistics, MA Anthropology, MA Social Work, etc., with open eligibility, candidates from any discipline are eligible to apply for admission.

(a) M.Tech (Embedded Systems & Solutions), M.Tech (Computer Science), M.Tech (Electronics & Communication Engineering), M.Tech (Mechanical Engineering), M. Sc. Bio-Technology, M. Pharm, LL. M, M. Ed.

2. Candidates with postgraduate degrees are eligible to apply for another postgraduate program or a Diploma/Certificate course, provided they meet the respective eligibility criteria. However, if they have already availed benefits of reserved category during previous admissions, they will not be eligible for further reservation benefits.

3. A candidate can pursue one full-time PG Program and one part-time (Morning/Evening) Certificate Course simultaneously.

1. Eligible candidates must appear for the Entrance Test, which will consist of 60 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) carrying a total of sixty marks. The test will cover the prescribed syllabus for the respective subject/program. Detailed syllabi and previous year’s entrance papers for all PG and other programs offered by the University for admission can be found on the official website (www.kashmiruniversity.net).

2. No Entrance Test will be conducted for programs/courses with an intake capacity equal to or more than the number of eligible applicants.

3. Negative marking will be applicable at a rate of 25%, i.e., 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

4. For the programs mentioned below, candidates must have a valid score in national level tests conducted by various agencies as shown against each:


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