HOW TO APPLY

Video Guidelines

  1. Prospectus can be downloaded from the website of Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetrakuk.ac.in   or Admission Portal : kukadmissions.in
  2. Prospective candidates willing to take admission in Post Graduate (PG) courses in M.Com.; M.A. (Economics)/M.A. (Business Economics); MBA 2- Yr. (Budgeted/SFS)/MBA (General) /MBA (Hons.)/ MBA (Business Economics)/MBA (Tourism & Travel Management); M.A. (Journalism & Mass Communication)/M.Sc. (Mass Communication)/M.A. (Mass Communication); LL.M. (except LL.M. of BPSMV, Khanpur Kalan); M.A. (Political Science); M.A. (Public Administration); M.A. (English); M.A. (Hindi); M.A. (History); M.A. (Geography)/M.Sc. (Geography); M.P.Ed./M.P.E.S; M.A. (Psychology)/M.Sc. (Psychology)/M.A. (Applied Psychology); M.A. (Sociology) and M.A. (Social Work)/Master of Social Work (MSW) should visit the website to register themselves and fill the Online Application Form for Centralized PG Admissions..
  3. All the relevant information for admission are contained in the prospectus, no separate information will be sent to any candidate in this regard.
  4. Candidates applying for admission are advised to carefully read "Prospectus", all "Notifications" available on KUK website and also check their "Eligibility" before filling the online application form.
  5. All the particulars in the Application Form must be filled carefully and no entries should be left unfilled. Incomplete applications are liable to be rejected.
  6. The admission portal will remain functional for registration and filling application forms as per schedule mentioned in prospectus on KUK website.
  7. Candidates seeking admission have to register themselves through web portal using the button "New Registration" by creating their user ID and password. To complete the process of registration the candidate will be asked to fill his/her mobile number and Aadhar number.  Candidates should mention their own active mobile number and email ID.
  8. After successfully completing the registration process, the candidate can login into its account through button "Applicant Login" on portal using their email ID and password and complete/edit its Application Form. To complete the process of filling of Application Form, candidate has to upload his/her photo, scanned  signature,  Aadhar Card/Matric certificate (in .jpg file of size not more than 40 KB).
  9. Candidates have to fill all information in various sections of Application Form one by one and at the end of each section a “Save” button is provided to save the information.
  10. After successfully completing the personal details asked in Application Form and uploading all the relevant documents candidate will be asked to lock his/her Application Form.
  11. Thereafter the candidate can move to the next sectionto select the course(s) in which he/she wants to take part in admission process subject to fulfilling the eligibility condition.
  12. Lastly fee will be calculated according to the category and number of course(s) applied for. After that candidate will be directed to online payment gateway to pay the fee through Internet Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card. The application processing fee including entrance exam fee of a subject has been fixed Rs. 800/- (Rs.200/-for SC/BC/Blind candidates of Haryana). If a student applies for more than one course, he/she will deposit Rs.400/- (Rs.100/-for SC/BC/Blind candidates of Haryana) for each additional course. Such concession is applicable to a maximum of three additional courses. Suppose, a candidate applies for additional 03 courses, he/she will deposit a total of Rs.2000/- (Rs.500/-for SC/BC/Blind candidates of Haryana). If a candidate applies for more than four courses (including additional courses), he/she will apply further for each course along with fee of Rs. 800/- (Rs.200/-for SC/BC/Blind candidates of Haryana). For taking admissions to the following courses candidates need not to apply on separate Application Form, they will submit only one Application Form as mentioned against each :

 

Sr. No.

Name of Course

Candidates will submit Application Form

1.

M.A. (Economics)/M.A. (Business (Economics)

One

2.

M.P.Ed./M.P.E.S

One

3.

MBA (Budgeted/SFS)/MBA (General) /MBA (Hons.)/ MBA (Business Economics)/MBA (Tourism & Travel Management);  2-Yr

One

4.

M.A. (Psychology)/M.Sc. (Psychology)/M.A. (Applied Psychology)

One

5.

Master of Social Work (MSW)/M.A. (Social Work)

One

6.

M.A. (Journalism & Mass Comm.)/M.A. Mass Comm./ M.Sc. (Mass Comm.)

One

7.

M.A. (Geography)/M.Sc. (Geography)

One

 

  1. KUK does not take any responsibility for the candidates not being able to submit their Application Formsby the last date and time on account of any reason beyond the control of the KUK.
  2. Candidates can check their fee status after login to their account and can download/print the receipt.
  3. Candidate can call the helpline for any technical queries related to the submission of Online Application Form during office hours.
  4. Information regarding Entrance Exam. and Process of Online Counselling : 
  1. Common Entrance Examinationfor various courses will be held as per schedule mentioned in Chapter-1.
  2. Admit Card for the Entrance Examination will be available for download/printon website as per schedule mentioned in Chapter-1.

Result of Common Entrance Exam for various courses will be available on website as per the schedule given inChapter-1.

  1. Online Counselling and reporting will be held as per counselling schedule in Chapter-1. After declaration of results of Common Entrance Exams for all the courses, candidateswho are willing to participate in counselling shall have to register themselves separately online on web portal by payingonline counselling fee of Rs.500/-.
  2. For counselling and choice filling, candidates are given a nine days window as per schedule mentioned in Chapter-1 to fill-in their choices. This nine days window will not be extended under any circumstances.  Candidates must “LOCK” their choices within stipulated time in the window.  If candidates DO NOT LOCK their choices, last saved choices will be locked automatically in the last minute of last date of choice filling. Candidates will NOT be able to change their choices/preferences order any more.
  3. In case of M.P.Ed./M.P.E.S courses, the candidates shall register online after qualifying the Physical Efficiency Test as per the schedule mentioned in Prospectus. For MBA 2-Yr. courses, the candidates shall register online after completion of G.D. and Interview as per the schedule mentioned in Prospectus.

REGISTRATION FOR COUNSELLING AND LOCKING OF CHOICES

  1. After declaration of results of Common Entrance Exams for all the courses, the candidates shall register online on web portal for participating in online counselling (choice filling and seat allotment). In case of M.P.Ed./M.P.E.S courses, the candidates shall register online after qualifying the Physical Efficiency Test as per the schedule mentioned in Prospectus. For MBA 2-Yr. courses, the candidates shall register online after completion of G.D. and Interview as per the schedule mentioned in Prospectus.
  2. Online Counselling and reporting will be held as per counselling schedule in Chapter-1. After declaration of results of Common Entrance Exams for all the courses, candidates who are willing to participate in counselling shall have to register themselves separately online on web portal by paying online counselling fee of Rs.500/-.
  3. For counselling and choice filling, candidates are given a nine days window as per schedule mentioned in Chapter-1 to fill-in their choices. This nine days window will not be extended under any circumstances.  Candidates must “LOCK” their choices within stipulated time in the window.  If candidates DO NOT LOCK their choices, last saved choices will be locked automatically in the last minute of last date of choice filling. Candidates will NOT be able to change their choices/preferences order any more.
  4. Registration for counselling would be done on admission portal. A candidate shall be allowed to change his/her registration details on the counselling websites/portal, if required, before locking of choices during counselling period. Locking of choices is must, however, the candidates who do not lock the choices, their last filled choice would be considered as final. 
  5. The candidates for admission to their respective courses are to deposit counselling fee of Rs.500/- (Rs.125/-for SC/BC/Blind candidates of Haryana) for all rounds of counselling once only at the time of registration for the  1st  No separate counselling  fee will be deposited for 2nd , 3rd and upto final round of counselling by the candidate. The Counselling fee once paid shall not be refunded (full or partially) under any circumstances.

 PROCEDURE FOR PREPARING OF MERIT LIST AND COUNSELLING

  1. Admission during centralized counselling shall be made on the basis of the inter-se-merit of Entrance Exam. except MBA 2-Yr and M.P.Ed./M.P.E.S. 2-Yr. courses. After 3rd counselling remaining unfilled/vacant seats of centralized counselling shall be filled by the concerned University as per the schedule given in Chapter-1.
  2. Tie Breaking Criteria :
  • Marks of 10+2 Exam.,
  • if there is still tie then Marks of Matriculation Examination,
  • if there is still tie then senior in age.
  1. On the basis of the merit of the candidate and choices filled by him/her the seat allotment will be carried out. The candidate has to report to allotted department where he/she has been offered the seat, get his documents verified and submit the fee, failing which he/she will not be eligible to participate in the subsequent rounds of counsellings.  However, he/she will only be considered for final counselling on the basis of physical presence.
  2. If a candidate is offered his first choice and he/she reports and submit the fee there than he/she will be out of subsequent rounds of counsellings.
  3. If a candidate is offered other than his/her first choice at the time of accepting the seat, a candidate can opt to ‘freeze’ or ‘float’ the choice of course for subsequent round(s), if any, of Centralize seat allocation.
  • Freeze: Candidates accept the offered seat and indicate that they are content with the allocated course and institution and that they do not want to participate in further rounds of seat allocation. Such candidates will NOT be considered in subsequent rounds of counselling.
  • Float: Candidates accept the offered seat and indicate that, if admission to a course of better/higher preference in any Institute has been offered, they will accept it. Else, they will continue with the currently accepted course and institute. Such candidates will be considered in subsequent rounds of counselling.
  1. For candidates who choose the float option, allocation of a seat in a course of his/her higher preference would automatically result in the forfeiture of the seat accepted by the candidate in the earlier round.
  2. Default Float options will be available to only for those candidates who are NOT offered admission to their first choice.
  3. Float options are NOT available in the last round of seat acceptance.
  4. Except in the last round of seat allocation, a candidate can change from float to freeze by reporting at allotted institute by submitting an undertaking to this effect.
  5. If a candidate opts freeze against a seat, the option cannot be changed. However, during the seat allotments period, if there is a change in the credentials of a candidate due to failure in producing valid certificates and the allotted seat gets cancelled then the candidate will be put in to the default option float. If the changes in the credentials are not leading to cancellation of the seat, then the option freeze continues
  6. A candidate has to report only in one course during one counselling. Reporting in more than one course during one counselling will be considered invalid and will be debarred from next round of counselling also.
  7. The candidate has to ensure that he/she has paid counselling fee before proceeding for online counselling, else he/she will not be considered for online counselling at any stage and candidate would not have any claim. For participation in online counselling (ID Verification, registration, submission of choices, downloading of seat allotment letters etc.), candidate will visit the web site kuk.ac.in or admission portal from any internet point.
  8. Three online counselling will be conducted by the Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra for admissions of all the seats of various courses of all the State Universities (for details about schedule, refer Chapter -1).
  9. If the reserved seat(s) of BC Block ‘A’ remain vacant these will be filled up from BC Block ‘B’ and vice-versa.
  10. Final counselling based on physical presence will be done by the participating Universities at their own level. At the time of final counselling, all the vacant seats of reserved categories except SC category seats will be converted into General Category, in case, no candidate of respective reserve category is available and the same will be filled up on merit basis of CEE. Seats of SC category will not be filled up from another category.
  11. While displaying the status of availability of seats, the number of seats available in a specific Department/Institute/College/School of a University will be displayed as per eligibility/ category.

 POST COUNSELLING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES

  1. After allotment of a seat/seats in any university, the applicant will report to the concerned University with all requisite documents and prescribed fee. After verification of documents, he/she will deposit the admission fee and get admission. If he/she wants to attend next counselling, he/she will deposit full fee (in the courses where tuition fee is equal or less than Rs.5000/-) and in the case where tuition fee is above Rs.5,000/- he/she will deposit Rs.5000/-. If he/she gets admission in another course in the same university in next round, amount of fee/ Rs.5,000/- deposited by the applicant will be adjusted. Balance amount, if any, will be paid/refunded to the applicant.  However, if the applicant leaves the seat and takes admission in any other university, fee deposited by the applicant will be refunded later on as per fee adjustment/refund rules. (Chapter-8)
  2. The candidate who has reported in the allotted University/Department/Institute and deposited the required fee will only be allowed for next counselling. In case seat is allotted in 2nd or subsequent counsellings, the earlier allotted/reported seat will be cancelled automatically & the candidate will have to report again in university allotted in 2nd or Subsequent counselling. Thus candidates are advised to fill the choices in order of priority only to upgrade.
  3. After the result  of each  counselling,  the candidate shall  report  in  the  allotted  university alongwith the provisional allotment letter generated from the website alongwith all requisite documents/ certificates/testimonials and password (if any), as per dates  mentioned in    Chapter-5. The Joining shall be deemed to be confirmed only after online reporting by the concerned universities.
  4. The participating Universities will update the status of joining/non-joining by a candidate online through portal as per the schedule given in Chapter-1.
  5. The Chairpersons/Directors of the concerned University Teaching Departments/Institutes to ensure that ineligible candidate(s) is/are not allowed admission in the Dept./Institute and for this every precaution must be taken. Responsibility for any wrong/irregular admission or admission allowed on the basis of fake certificate, in contravention of the Ordinance, if any, will rest entirely with the Chairperson/Director of the University Teaching Departments/Institutes concerned, admission of such students may be treated as cancelled ab-initio. In case any student files civil suit in any Judicial Court against the orders declaring him/her ineligible, the said civil suit is required to be defended by the Department/Institutes concerned of the respective university.
  6. In case any candidate is found to have supplied false information, certificate, documents etc. or is found to have withheld or concealed some information in his/her Admission Application Form he/she shall be liable to be debarred from admission to the course. If a candidate is admitted on the basis of the information submitted by him/her, which is found to be incorrect or false at a later stage, his/her admission will be cancelled and all fees and other dues paid by him/her shall be forfeited. The University/Department/Institute may also take further action, as deem fit, against the candidate. 

REPORTING OF THE SELECTED CANDIDATE IN THE ALLOTTED  UNIVERSITY / DEPT. / INSTITUTE

  1. Thecandidate shall get the print out of the   provisional   allotment   letter   from   website www.kuk.ac.in or admission portal and will report to the allotted university and deposit the requisite fees.
  2. Selected candidates  are  required  to  report  during  reporting  period as given in Chapter-1 for  that particular counselling at the allotted university for which they have been selected, with the allotment letter generated from the website along with all requisite documents/certificates/ testimonials/proof of annual parental income from all sources (where applicable).
  3. The candidates  who  have  reported  at  the  allotted  university  will  get  a  system generated Provisional Admission Slip from the allotted university after completing the admission formalities including depositing of admission fees.