Admission capacity at KCVAS: https://www.gadvasu.in/page/admission-capacity/83/77
Admission rules for General candidates: https://www.gadvasu.in/page/rules-general/92/79
- The candidate should have a minimum qualification of 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English from a recognized Indian Board/University with at least 50% marks in aggregate (47.5% for DP, SC/ST, BC and KM categories) in aggregate excluding optional subject.
Admission rules for NRI/OCI candidates: https://www.gadvasu.in/page/for-nri/93/79
- In NRI/ OCI category, university offers admission to B.V.Sc. & A.H., B. Tech. (Dairy Technology), B.F.Sc., B. Tech. (Biotechnology), M.V.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes, where only the NRIs/OCI or their children/wards (as per the judgement of honorable Supreme Court for Appeal (Civil) 5041 of 2005) are eligible to apply. The interested candidates are required to submit a duly filled application (format available at university website) along with fee of US$ 750 or equivalent in Indian rupees (non-refundable) and copy of relevant certificates showing grades/marks and conversion formulae for calculating percent equivalent marks.
- The NRI/OCI candidates seeking admission to undergraduate programmes are not required to appear in NEET (UG) - 2020 or any other entrance test. However, they must have passed 10+2 standard level examination with minimum of 50% marks in individual subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Mathematics. The eligibility of qualification will be subject to verification of equivalence with the 10+2 examination of recognized Indian Education Board (s) etc. As such, the candidates must furnish the detail of subjects studied, grades and percentage equivalent marks in the relevant columns of NRI/OCI Application Form. The syllabus of the courses studied at 10+1 and 10+2 level and the website address of the institute attended needs to be attached with the application. Mere submitting of the application does not guarantee admission to the programme applied for.
- The NRI/OCI candidates seeking admission to M.V.Sc. and Ph.D. must fulfill the prescribed qualifications as for resident Indian students. Their merit will be prepared on the basis of qualifying examination.
- The candidates are also required to submit self-attested photocopy of birth certificate, citizenship/ permanent
resident certificate and passport or any other valid document justifying their NRI/OCI status, along with
the application form. The documents will be verified in original at the time of counselling.
- In NRI/OCI admissions, priority will be given to the candidates of Punjab origin. In the event of seats remaining vacant thereafter, the NRI/OCI candidates of other Indian states will be considered who have already applied as prescribed above.
- The selected candidates are required to pay the admission, tuition fee, etc. (as detailed in chapter V) by online transfer or by bank draft in US dollars from the bank account of NRI/ OCI in his/ her country of residence. The fees can also be paid in equivalent Indian rupees in the form of bank draft issued from the NRI/OCI bank account of candidate maintained in India. In the latter case, the candidate is required to submit a certificate from the bank that the draft has been issued against his/ her NRI/OCI account. The bank draft should be drawn in favour of Comptroller, GADVASU payable at any scheduled bank in Ludhiana, India. The online transfer of fees can be taken as per “Chapter V”. The hostel dues and other fees and sundry charges as applicable, will be charged in Indian currency, in addition to admission fee, as per university rules.
- The seat(s) remaining vacant/ unfilled under NRI/ OCI category, if any, shall be converted and filled under Self Finance category followed by Open Merit and Other State categories in order in the constituent colleges of the university, and to the Special Management Quota seats in the private college affiliated with the university.
Admission rules for foreigners other than NRIs: https://www.gadvasu.in/page/for-foreign-students/94/79
- The foreign national candidates may be considered for admission (in absentia) against additional seats. Their admission will be regulated by the ICAR/ ICCR, New Delhi. The foreign students seeking admission must have a valid student visa, declared medically fit (Annexure F) by the Medical Officer authorized by the Indian Embassy in the home country of the student, and should have full medical insurance.
- The foreign students will be charged with the Institutional Economic Fee @ US $ 2000 per year per student of SAARC country and US $ 4000 for a student from countries other than SAARC. The institutional economic fee will be charged for two years in Master’s’ programme and three years in Ph.D. programme. However, the tuition fee and other charges* have to be paid throughout the period, a student remains enrolled in the programme.
- The institutional economic fee will not be charged from the candidates, admitted by the Govt. of India under certain fellowship/ scholarship such as Nepal Aid Fund, Colombo Plan, Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation Programme, General Cultural Scholarship and Cultural Technical Exchange.
*Tuition fee & other charges will be applicable as per instructions issued by the university from time to time.
Annual Tuition Fee
- The hostel fee for boarders and college securities may be decided by the college.
- The fee will be payable on year basis and the college shall not insist on the candidate to deposit the fee for the entire course in advance. At the most candidates can be asked to furnish a surety bond/ bank guarantee that they will be liable to pay the balance fee for the whole course even if they leave the degree program in-between.
- In case of a candidate is shifted from one quota to another (e.g. Special Management/ Management/ University Quota) within the college in the subsequent counselling(s) on movement of merit, the college shall adjust/ refund the fees to the concerned student within 15 days, as per university rules.
- The university will charge an examination fee of Rs. 9100/- per annum from every student of the college as per University rules. In the event of compartment, a fee of Rs. 4850/- shall be charged per paper per student.
- The college will charge the same fees from the students eligible for Post-Matric Scholarship Scheme admitted under SC/ST Category (University Quota) as is being charged by the GADVASU.
Fees to charged from NRI Candidates during 2020-21
- University re-admission fee for NRI candidates admitted to B.V.Sc. & A.H. will be US $ 6910
- Bank collection charges of Rs. 700/- will be charged extra if the bank draft is not payable at any branch of a scheduled bank in Ludhiana.
- Other charges as applicable, shall be charged in Indian currency.
- The selected candidates must deposit their fee immediately after counselling/ interview failing which the seat will be offered to the next candidate on merit.
- NRI candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from a recognized Indian board/university will have to pay ‘verification of certificates’ charges.