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Code No. : LMP-12

PROSPECTUS
2012 13
for Admission to
B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Year Integrated Course MBA 5-Year Integrated Practice-Oriented Course Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharmacy) 4-Year Course

INSTITUTE OF LAW INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY, KURUKSHETRA


(Established by the State Legislature Act XII of 1956) (A Grade, NAAC Accredited) Website : www.kuk.ac.in

2 Published by : Registrar, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra-136 119

Rs.800/- (Rs.200/- for SC/BC Candidates of Haryana) at the Counter. Price Rs.850/- (Rs.250/- for SC/BC Candidates of Haryana) by Regd. Post.

Prospectus and Application Form can be downloaded from University Website www.kuk.ac.in DD for Rs.800/- (Rs.200/- for SC/BC Candidates of Haryana) in favour of Registrar, K.U. payable at Kurukshetra must be attached with the downloaded Form.

Printed by : Manager, Printing & Publications, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra- 136 119

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Sr.No. Title Statutory Officers of the University Chapter-1 Chapter-2 Chapter-3 Chapter-4 Important Information General Introduction : About the University A Profile Institute of, Law, Management Studies and Pharmaceutical Sciences Course Structure (Eligibility, Number of Sanctioned Seats, Distribution of seats, Guidelines for Reservation, Entrance Test, Admission Procedure and Preparation of Merit List) How to Apply List of Documents to be Brought at the time of Counseling Counseling Schedule Fee Structure Instructions for MBA 5 Years General Instructions Rules For Adjustment/Refund of Fee Hostel Facilities and Eligibility Certificate Syllabus for Entrance Test of B. Pharmacy Faculty Members Curbing for Menace of Ragging and Instructions Guidelines for bonafide residents of Haryana Page

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Chapter-5 Chapter-6 Chapter-7 Chapter-8

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10. Chapter-9 11. Chapter-10 12. Chapter-11 13. Chapter-12 14. Chapter-13 15. Chapter-14 16. Chapter-15 17. Appendix A

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List of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes in Haryana State List of Fake Universities/Boards Proforma for Character, SC, BC, PH, DFF, ESM Certificate, Affidavits by the Students and Parents/Guardian Proforma for Group Personal Insurance of Students OMR Sheet Specimen Admission Form

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5 STATUTORY OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY Hon'ble Chancellor Shri Jagannath Pahadia Governor, Haryana
Vice-Chancellor

Lt. Gen. (Dr.) D.D.S. Sandhu,


PVSM, ADC (Retd.), D.Litt. (Mgt.), Ph.D., M.Phil., MBA, M.Sc., MMM, MDBA

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Registrar Dean, Academic Affairs

Dr. Surinder Deswal


M.Tech., Ph.D.

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Prof. Girish Chopra M.Sc., Ph.D. Prof. Anil Vashisth


M.Sc., Ph. D.

Dean, Students Welfare Dean of Colleges

238096 238347

Prof. D.D. Arora


M.Com., Ph. D., LLB

Proctor Chief Warden (Boys Hostels) Chief Warden (Girls Hostels) Offg. Librarian Controller of Examinations Controller of Examinations

Prof. C.R. Darolia


M.A., Ph. D.

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Dr. Sat Dev


M.A., Ph. D.

Prof. (Mrs.) Ashu Shokeen


M.A., Ph.D.

Sh. R.D.Mehla
M.Sc., M.Lib.

Sh. Y.P.Goswami
MBA, LL.B.

Dr. Hukam Singh


M.Phil., Ph. D.

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CHAPTER-I
IMPORTANT INFORMATION

The Prospectus & Application Form for admission to B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Yr./MBA 5-Yr./ B.Pharmacy 4-Yr. courses is available on cash or by Bank draft drawn in favour of the Registrar, Kurukshetra University, payable at Kurukshetra; from the Manager, Printing and Publications, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra 2. Prospectus and Application Form can be downloaded from the University Website : www.kuk.ac.in 3. Downloaded Application Form should be accompanied with a Bank Draft of Rs.800/- ( Rs.200/- for SC/BC candidates of Haryana) drawn in favour of Registrar, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, payable at Kurukshetra. 4. The Candidates are advised to carefully go through the Prospectus & make themselves familiar with its contents. 5. Important Dates and Centre of Entrance Test B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) MBA 5-Yr. B. Pharmacy 4-Yr. 5- Yr. Last date for receipt 22.06.2012 22.06.2012 22.06.2012 of Application Form (upto 5.00 p.m.) (upto 5.00 p.m.) (upto 5.00 p.m.) in the concerned Institute Date & Time of 03.07.2012 at 11.00 a.m. 02.07.2012 at 11.00 a.m. 04.07.2012 at 11.00 a.m. Entrance Test Tentative date of 10.07.2012 09.07.2012 08.07.2012 declaration of result of the Entrance Test Date of Interview 11.07.2012 to 13.07.2012 Test Centre 1st,Counseling 2nd Counseling 3rd/Final Counseling Note : KUK 16.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. 19.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. 23.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. KUK 17.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. 19.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. 21.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. KUK 16.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. 18.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. 20.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m.

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The Result of Entrance Test would be declared within 07 days of the date of the test and same would be available on University Website www.kuk.ac.in If any candidate selected for admission fails to deposit his/her fee/dues on the prescribed date & time, he/she would have no claim for admission. Change, if any, shall be notified on the Notice Board of the concerned Institute only. It shall be the responsibility of the candidate to remain in touch with the Institute. The University shall not be responsible for any inconvenience caused to any candidate. Application Form received after the last date & time will not be entertained and rejected summarily. The University shall not be responsible for postal or any other delay as well as loss of Application Form(s) or document(s) in transit. All legal disputes relating to admission will be subject to the Jurisdiction of Kurukshetra courts only.

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6. The rules contained in the Prospectus are subject to change without prior notice.

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CHAPTER-2 KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY General Located in Kurukshetra, the land of the Bhagwadgita, Kurukshetra University is a premier institute of higher learning in India. It is spread over 400 acres of land on the south bank of the holy Brahmsarovar. Its foundation stone was laid on January 11, 1957 by Bharatratna Dr.Rajendra Prasad, the first President of the Indian Republic. Since then it has aimed at pursuing excellence in teaching and research in science, technology, humanities, social sciences, performing arts and sports. Today, Kurukshetra University is offering world-class education to students from throughout India and other countries by providing a learning experience designed to develop intellectual abilities, as well as social, moral and ethical values. The University is equipping its students with the skills, insights, attitudes and practical experience that will enable them to become discerning citizens. The Universitys programs combine the enduring value of a liberal arts education with the skills and experience offered by professional departments. The University has 434 teaching faculty members. The University also has 361 affiliated colleges and institutes in the Districts of Ambala, Panipat, Kaithal, Yamuna Nagar, Hisar, Jind, Karnal, Kurukshetra and Panchkula. The Campus of the University has often been rated as one of the most beautiful campuses in India. It resembles a large, self-contained village with lecture theatres, seminar rooms, accommodation, cafeterias, canteens, shops and sports facilities, libraries and laboratories. The most remarkable feature of the campus is the seamless interconnection of nature and the built environment. There are a number of lush green gardens, water fountains and side walks which provide an ideal environment on the campus for study and leisure. Accreditation by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), an autonomous body of the University Grants Commission to assess and accredit universities and colleges, has conferred an A grade to Kurukshetra University. The peer team of the NAAC evaluated the universitys performance based on criteria like curriculum, teaching-learning and evaluation, infrastructure and learning resources, student support and progression, governance and leadership, innovative practices and so on. The peer team in its report has specially drawn reference to the Universitys commitment to impart quality education to the students of the state, concerted efforts to preserve and create awareness of the rich cultural heritage of the State and academic tranquility and residential characteristics. Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) In the emerging global scenario of competition-focused education and training, quality sustenance and quality enhancement in the institutions has gained paramount importance. The Internal Quality Assurance Cell works to ensure quality in different activities related to academics and administration of the university. The Cell set up in the University has been effectively functioning for the last many years. Various improvement strategies based on feedback from the stakeholders like students, parents are recommended by the IQAC to ensure quality of our teaching research programmes. Distance Education Programme The Directorate of Distance Education meets the needs of thousands who wish to enroll for different courses. Today the Directorate is engaged in providing Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate education in about 36 courses having an enrolment of 35,000 students. In addition to conventional courses, the Directorate also offers professional courses in the areas of Computer, IT, Commerce, Management, Finance, Marketing, Law, Tourism and Hotel Management, Journalism & Mass Communication, Library and Information Sc., M.A. (Education) and B.Ed. (Two Year Course).

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University Library The University Library is centrally located and is an air conditioned three storey building having 49,230 sq. feet plinth area and its extension as Golden Jubilee Reading Hall having plinth area of 57,500 sq. feet is almost complete. It has seating capacity of 470 users at a time and remains open on 360 days from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 midnight. The Jawahar Lal Nehru Library has a rich collection of 355618 volumes in the stream of Sciences, Management, Social Science, Commerce and Humanities too. The Computer Lab in the Library equipped with 100 internet nodes for online access to knowledge resources having leased line connectivity of IGBPS. The online access facility has been extended to almost all the teaching and nonteaching departments, hostels and the entire campus through WI-FI Networking. The library provides an access 25 databases of different publishers having 11308 online scholarly journals including 1036 Science Direct Journals under UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium. In addition, Library subscribe to IEL full text database for electronics and computer science and Manupatra online legal database for law journals. The Library has automated its in house activities such as library membership, circulation of documents, holdings of periodicals, catalogue as Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC). Hostel Facilities The University at present has 22 Hostels - 9 for Boys, 1 for Foreign male students and 12 for Girls-on the sprawling campus of the university. These hostels have a capacity to accommodate 2800 girls and 2000 boys. Providing a comfortable and safe atmosphere to the students, the hostel facilities on the campus make it easy for the students to find a home away from their home. The girls hostels provide all important facilities within the complex. Each hostel on the campus operates its own mess providing hygienic and nutritious meals with a varied menu. In view of the large number of applicants seeking hostel accommodation, the university allots hostels to the students on the basis of their merit in the admission list. The University has also made available the facility to male hostlers for parking their vehicles in the Central Parking near their hostels. All male students desires to have vehicle with them, shall have execute an affidavit duly approved by the Notary Public to the effect that they will park their vehicle in the Central Parking failing which they will be liable to be penalized including cancellation of allotment of their accommodation. Health Centre The University Health Centre looks after the medical needs of the students, staff and their families. Facilities for protective inoculation exist in Health Centre. Complete Physiotherapy unit, ECG, X-ray, Round the clock Ambulance facilities adequate laboratory facilities, Auto Analyzer facilities, Ultrasound facilities, Computerized ECG, EEG, Spirometry are also available in the Health Centre. A Homoeopathic Doctor and a Dentist are also available in the Health Centre. The University has more than 52 private Doctors with different specializations on its panel for consultation free of cost. Sports Kurukshetra University ranks third in overall performance in Sports in the All India Inter-University events in which about 368 Universities participate annually. The Universitys Directorate of Sports provides maximum sports facilities, programmes and activities to enable the students to achieve and maintain a fit, healthy and enjoyable lifestyle. The university has a modern gymnasium equipped with workout machines, a 50 metre swimming pool, a yoga centre, football, hockey and cricket pitches, tennis courts, volleyball and basket ball courts, etc. The Directorate of Sports organizes Inter-Collegiate Championships for men and women in different sports disciplines every year. The Directorate of Sports also conducts coaching camps for the University teams prior to their participation in the Inter-University tournaments. Tournaments like International Competitions, National Championships, Haryana State Games, Ranji Trophy Matches and State Championships have been/are organized at the University Sports Complex. The University also organizes two/three North Zone/North-East Zone/All India Inter Universities Championships every year. The University gives Awards and Sports Stipend to the outstanding sports persons.

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Department of Youth and Cultural Affairs The Youth and Cultural Affairs Department aims at providing opportunities, incentives and channels to students for making healthy, educative and constructive use of their leisure for self-fulfillment and excellence. The Department organizes various activities and programmes for the students of the University Post Graduate Departments and affiliated Colleges. Some of these include Basic Youth Leadership Camps; Advanced Youth Leadership Training Camps; Preliminary, Basic and Advanced Hiking and Trekking; Talent Shows, Six Zonal Youth Festivals, Inter Zonal Youth Festival, Ratnawali Haryana Day State Level Festival. This festival is a theme festival and all the events organized during this programme are in Haryanvi, around 3000 artists participate in this festival. Amongst the people of Haryana, this festival is known as Mahakumbha of Haryanvi Culture. In addition to the above events, professional groups are also invited to give their performance in this festival. Orchestra Workshop, Haryanvi Dance Workshop, Folk Theatre Festival, Literary and Fine Arts Workshop, Poetic Symposium, Elocution Competition, Quiz Competition are organized by the Department of Youth & Culture Affairs. The Department is working for the promotion and preservation of rich cultural heritage. Film screening by Campus Film Society. CHAPTER-3 INSTITUTE OF LAW In order to meet the challenges of globalization and liberalization and to develop an institution of excellence in legal education, Kurukshetra University established the Institute of Law in the Year 2001 on its campus to offer 5-year Integrated Law Course. The object of the Institute is to disseminate legal knowledge that meets the demands of the fast changing economic, political and social institutions. The emphasis is to look at law as an instrument of social change and progress and to inculcate amongst students high degree of professionalism with a sense of responsibility towards the society. The Institute is housed in its own building on the campus, the foundation stone of which was laid by the Honble Mr. Justice Dr. A. S. Anand, the then Chief Justice of India. It is a modern building complex having a compact area of 60,000 square feet with all the infrastructural facilities, comparable to the best in any national law school in our country. While faculty and the students comprise the essential human factors in education, the endeavour cannot prosper without adequate library and computer facilities. The Institute provides the students with a variety of academic and support resources to enhance their knowledge and skills. To acquaint the students and the faculty with the latest developments in the field of Law, the Institute invites the distinguished Professors, Judges and Advocates from time to time for special lectures. Library Facilities The Institute has its own library well-stocked with books on Law and other allied subjects with a spacious reading hall. The Institute subscribes all the leading Law Reports and Journals of National and International repute including Harvard Law Review. The students have a free access to the University Central Library with ERNET facilities and the Library of the Department of Law. Computer Lab To be aware of the recent innovations computer technology has become pre-requisite for any field of knowledge. It is all the more true in the case of legal field. The Institute boasts of a well-equipped Computer Lab to cater the need of the law students in the field of computer education. Apart from equipping the students with the basic theoretical knowledge, they are provided with Networking facility and the software of Law Encyclopedia. Besides, the students have a free access to the Computer Centre of the University.

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Legal Aid Clinic The Institute also runs Legal Aid and Advice Programme for the poor and the needy. The Clinic is actively engaged in extending legal aid and advice programmes. It is also associated with Legal Literacy and Lok Adalat programmes. Pre-litigation counseling, legal and para-legal services are offered by the faculty members, students, retired judges, public spirited lawyers and retired civil servants including social action groups. B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) The Institute started a whole time 5-Year Integrated Course of B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) from the academic session 2001-02. The seventh batch of the course shall be out in July 2012. All admissions are made strictly according to the merit drawn on the basis of an All India Entrance Test. The Entrance Test is conducted with the aim and object to evaluate the communication skill, general awareness, analytical and reasoning ability of the candidates. The course contents are a unique combination of Law in theory and action and other allied subjects. New emerging areas in Law, like Cyber Laws, Intellectual Property Laws, Human Rights Laws, Women and the Laws, Environment Protection Laws, Corporate Laws, etc. have been included in the syllabi. Interactive Learning In order to train the budding lawyers, the faculty employs a mix of learning tools aimed at providing sound conceptual knowledge and realistic situations for problem solving and decision making. Moot Courts, Practical Training in Courts, Work in Lawyers Chambers, Tutorials, Seminars, Project Reports, Debates, Quiz Contests, etc. are inbuilt part of the course curriculum, as the performance of each student in all these is to be evaluated. In order to provide due exposure to the students and teachers, distinguished Jurists, senior Advocates, eminent Professors are invited to deliver extension lectures, conduct seminars and discussions. These programmes make law teaching not only more meaningful but practice-oriented with due emphasis on court procedures and court-craft. Every student is required to undertake an independent project in any area of interest in each subject under the guidance of the faculty member and to prepare the Project Report for evaluation. Special Lecture Series To acquaint the students with latest development in the field of law, Special Lecture Series is organized from time to time in the Institute. The distinguished speakers who delivered special lectures are Supreme Court/High Court Judges; Distinguished Law Professor and Senior Advocates of Supreme Court and High Courts. Our Shining Stars : 2011-12 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) Abhay Pratap Singh Alok Anand Amandeep Harish Sabbarwal Khushboo Goel Neha Jindal Pavleen Singh Ravish Kaushik Shankar Yadav Sukhdev Singh Selected in HCS (Judicial) 2011 Selected in HCS (Judicial) 2011 Selected in HCS (Judicial) 2011 Selected in HCS (Judicial) 2011 Selected in HCS (Judicial) 2011 Selected in HCS (Judicial) 2011 Selected in Punjab (Judicial) 2011 Selected in HCS (Judicial) 2011 Selected in HCS (Judicial) 2011 Selected in HCS (Judicial) 2011

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Events Organised During Academic Year 2011-12 Orientation programme for the benefit of the freshers of B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) 5 year course; Rural Lok Adalat; Legal Literacy; Winner of Moot Court Participation; and undergone Internship-National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi; Punjab State Human Rights Commission, Chandigarh; State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission , UT Chandigarh; Punjab State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, Chandigarh; Haryana State Information Commission, Chandigarh; Punjab State Information Commission, Chandigarh. ABOUT THE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES AND PROGRAMME University School of Management (formerly named as Department of Management) of this University, which is the oldest management school in the State of Haryana, was established in the year 1976 with an objective to fulfill the growing need of managerial force in the Corporate World. The school has been very successful since then in meeting the corporates requirement of trained work force at both middle and top level managerial positions. In order to cope with the emerging challenges of management education in seamless economies, the University took a strategic decision of starting an integrated 5-Year management program in the year 2003 under the umbrella of this school. On receiving an overwhelming response from all corners for this programme, the University decided to make more concentrated efforts for its promotion and therefore a separate Institute was established in the year 2005 in the name of Institute of Management Studies. The previous batches of the Institute have got placements with renowned corporate houses like IDBI, Engineers India Ltd., Standard Chartered Bank, Federal Bank, Tata Tele Services, SBI Life Insurance, Parabolic drugs, Vardhman etc. The BBA and MBA degrees are awarded to the students of this Institute on their successful completion of the courses in first three years and total five years respectively. The admissions to this programme are made on the basis of Entrance Test followed by Interview. The students admitted in this programme come from various academic, social and geographical backgrounds. The Institute offers specializations in accordance with the requirements of the industry and interest of the students. The major fields of specialization include Finance, Marketing and HRM. The Institute is determined to impart the students with best academic knowledge and latest industry practices with a unique course curriculum and industry interface. In each year each student is required to undergo a six to eight weeks training in a corporate house and prepare a report. After coming back to the Institute they make presentation on their reports which are evaluated by a panel of external and internal senior Professors as well as Industry Experts. Another unique feature of the programme is the specialization. Unlike a two year MBA Programme, the Institute offers the students with complete two years of dual specialization both in 4th and 5th year. Besides common facilities of computer and library at the University level, the Institute maintains its own library as well as a well-equipped computer lab. Moreover, the Institute utilizes the services of core as well as visiting faculty. General Rules 1. The duration of the course leading to the degree of MBA-5 Year shall be five academic years. Each academic year shall consist of two semesters, i.e., July to December and January to May/June. 2. A student is required to fulfill all the conditions as laid down in the Ordinance of Master of Business Administration (Five Year) Integrated Practice Oriented course. 3. The medium of instruction shall be English. 4. The Institute shall admit the candidates to MBA-5 Year Integrated Practice Oriented course and on completion of the course of study, the successful candidates will be awarded two degrees as under :(a) After successful completion of first three years and passing all the semesters from I to VI, a Graduate Degree of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA).

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(b) After successful completion of five years and passing all the Semesters from I to X, a degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA) . ABOUT THE INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences was established in the year 2003 on the campus of Kurukshetra University with a 4-year B.Pharmacy course. The institute has been duly approved by Pharmacy Council of India(PCI) and All India Council of Technical Education(AICTE), New Delhi for conduct of B.Pharmacy Course. Now the institute has started M.Pharmacy course in various disciplines like Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy and Phytomedicine, Pharmaceutical Management and Pharmaceutical Administration. Institute has a schematic and well planned building with state or art infrastructure. Various laboratories in the institute are well equipped with latest and updated equipments required to provide the best hands on training to each and every budding pharmacist. The institute also houses an excellent library with modern books, encyclopedias etc. on various subjects of pharmacy. Separate computer laboratory with internet facility is available to students for fulfilling their scientific and academic needs. The faculty of the institute is highly dedicated and strives for providing academic excellence to the students. Faculty and postgraduate students of this institute are actively engaged in several research activities especially in following thrust areas. Pharmaceutics Division is engaged in development of colon targeted drug delivery, orodispersible, niosomal preparations, Gastroretentive drug delivery systems, solid dispersion etc. Pharmaceutical Chemistry division is engaged in synthesis of medicinally important heterocyclic compounds and computer aided drug design programmes. Important areas of research include antinfective, anti-inflammatory, antidiaetic agents, phytochemistry etc. Pharmacology division is engaged in research work on antidiabetic, anticuler, analgesic, anti-inflammatory and anticonvulsant activities of synthetic as well as natural substances of medicinal importance. Pharmacognsy and Phytochemistry division is engaged in extraction, isolation, characterization and pharmacological screening of various medicinal plants for diverse biological activities. Pharmaceutical management division is involved in developing essential management skills required to meet and participate in changing pharmaceutical business environment. Pharmaceutical administration division is engaged in building and enhancing the credibility of persons in procedures, regulatory affairs and clinical data management. The institute has a fully air-conditioned modern and spacious computer laboratory with latest model of computer systems equipped with advanced software packages to cater the needs of students in various arenas. The students gain knowledge about the current advancements and innovation in the field of pharmacy by using internet facilities provided at the institute. Besides this, students have a free access to the central computer laboratory of the university also.

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CHAPTER-4 COURSE STRUCTURE ELIGIBILITY, NUMBER OF SANCTIONED SEATS, DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS, ENTRANCE TEST, ADMISSION PROCEDURE AND PREPARATION OF MERIT LIST Eligibility : Eligibility for admission to B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr., MBA 5-Yr. and B. Pharmacy 4-Yr. will be as under : Institute Institute of Law Course B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr. Eligibility Candidate has passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Standard) of the Board of School Education, Haryana or an Examination recognized as equivalent thereto, securing not less than 50% marks in the aggregate with English as one of the subject. (40% marks in the qualifying Examination (10+2) with English as one of the subjects for SC/ST). MBA 5-Yr. Candidate has passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Standard) of the Board of School Education, Haryana or an Examination recognized as equivalent thereto, securing not less than 50% marks (minimum pass marks for SC/ST) in the aggregate with English as one of the subjects. B.Pharmacy Candidate has passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 4-Yr. Standard) from the Board of School Education, Haryana or an Examination recognized as equivalent thereto with Physics & Chemistry as compulsory subjects, alongwith any one of the following subjects : (a) Mathematics (b) Biology (c) Bio-technology (d) Computer Science

Institute of Mgt. Studies

Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Note : For B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr., MBA 5-Yr. and B. Pharmacy 4-Yr. 1. 5% relaxation in eligibility condition will be given to the blind/physically and visually handicapped candidates. 2. There shall be no rounding of percentage of marks of the qualifying examination i.e., 50% means exact percentage. Thus, 49.5% or above does not mean 50%. 3. The Courses are open only to whole time students and not to employed or the self -employed. 4. Foreign students, if admitted, will have to produce No Objection Certificate from the Ministry of External Affairs and/or Ministry of Education, Govt. of India, irrespective of anything contained in any other Handbook Calendar published by this University 5. The candidates who have appeared for the final year of 10+2 Examination in 2012 and whose results have not been declared may also apply at their own risk and responsibility subject to the fulfillment of the above- mentioned eligibility conditions on the date of counseling. 6. Candidates who are placed under compartment in the qualifying Examination shall not be allowed admission to the course, even provisionally. 7. A list of derecognized Boards/Universities and Fake Universities is given in this Prospectus at Appendix-C. A candidate, who has passed any examination from such Boards/ Universities, shall not be eligible for admission.

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For B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Yr Integrated Course only 1. The eligibility for admission to B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr. course is governed by the Bar Council of India rules. Hence, 5% relaxation in minimum eligibility condition for Blind/Physically handicapped and visually impaired candidates can not be made for admission. 2. The candidates, should secure minimum 30 marks in Entrance Test- 2012 in order to be eligible (20 marks in the Entrance Test 2012 for SC of Haryana). 3. The candidates who have obtained 10+2 through open University System directly without having any basic qualification i.e., Matric/Secondary are not eligible for admission in the B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr. Integrated Course. 4. The candidate seeking admission shall not be more than 20 years of age (22 years in case of SC/ST and BC candidates) as on July 31, 2012. Total Number of Sanctioned Seats, Distribution and Reservation Number of Seats : The number of seats for B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Yr., MBA 5-Yr. and B. Pharmacy, courses are as follows : (i) B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Yr. : 120 (ii) MBA 5-Yr. : 60 (iii) B.Pharmacy 4-Yr. : 60 One additional seat in each course will be for Kashmiri Migrants. (A) Distribution of seats The seats shall be distributed as under : (1) All India Category including Haryana (2) Bonafide Residents of Haryana : 15% : 85%

(50% of the seats earmarked for bonafide residents of Haryana will be reserved for the categories as mentioned at (B) below, as per State Govt. policy and remaining 50% seats will be filled from among Haryana General Category) (B) Reservation of seats for Bonafide Residents of Haryana The seats shall be reserved for the categories as under : (i) Scheduled Castes : 20% (ii) Backward Classes of Haryana (except Socially advanced persons/ Sections (creamy layer) : 27% (16 % for Block-A) (11 % for Block-B)

(iii) Physically Handicapped : 03% (1% Blind or low vision, 1% Hearing impairment, 1% Locomotor disability or cerebral palsy) If the seats reserved for Physically Handicapped persons remain vacant due to non-availability of suitable handicapped candidates, these may be offered to Ex-servicemen and their wards (1%) and dependents of Freedom Fighters (1%). (iv) 3% horizontal reservation will be given to Ex-servicemen/Freedom Fighters and their dependents by providing reservation within reservation of 1% of General category, 1% out of Scheduled Castes and 1% from Backward Classes category. As far as block allocation in Block A and Block B of Backward Classes category is concerned, year wise rotational system will be adopted. For example, if Block A of Backward Classes are given seats in the Academic Year 2012, the next Block i.e. B Block of category of Backward Classes will be given seats in the next academic year i.e. 2013 and so on. The Director of the concerned

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Institute shall maintain a roster register for horizontal reservation of Ex-servicemen/ Freedom Fighter and carry forward all fractions till one seat is accumulated through different fractions over the year. As and when the total comes to one, a seat will be provided to the concerned category. Guidelines for Reservation : 1. The Reservation of seats is as per the Reservation Policy of the Haryana Govt. and is subject to any change/amendment by the State Govt. from time to time.

2.If the reserved seat(s) of BC Block A remain vacant these will be filled up from BC Block B and vice versa. 3.The seats remaining vacant under various reserved categories other than SC category will be converted into General Category only if up to the date of display of final list no eligible candidate belonging to the respective reserved category is available for admission. 4.Candidates claiming reservation under Scheduled Caste will submit the certificate as per AnnexureII and Backward Class (Block A & B) will submit the certificate on the prescribed Performa as per Annexure-III . 5.The BC candidates (Block A&B) for benefit of reservation shall also have to furnish an affidavit duly attested by Executive Magistrate on the prescribed proforma to the effect that he/she is not covered under the criteria of creamy layer as per Annexure-III at the time of Counseling. The said affidavit shall be furnished by both father and mother of the candidate. 6.Only the candidates having permanent disability of not less than 40% (being otherwise fit for admission to the course) will be considered for admission as physically handicapped. Disability certificate should be issued by the Chief Medical Officer of the concerned District. However, the certificate shall be subject to verification by a Medical Board of the University constituted for the purpose and the decision of the Board shall be final. Physically handicapped candidates belonging to Haryana are required to submit the certificate as per Annexure-IV at the time of Counseling. 7.Children and Grand-Children of Freedom Fighters of Haryana are required to submit a certificate from the concerned Deputy Commissioner of the concerned District as per Annexure-V at the time of Counseling. 8.Wards of Ex-servicemen of Haryana are required to submit the certificate as per Annexure-VI at the time of Counseling. 9.For horizontal reservation, candidates of General, S.C and B.C. categories will also have to furnish E.S.M/D.F.F. certificate. 10. 11. 12. 13. Under Physically Handicapped Category, at least one candidate will be admitted, even if the share is less than 0.5 seat. All the eligible candidates, whether from Haryana or from reserved categories can also compete for seats allocated under All India Category. All the eligible candidates of reserved categories shall be considered first for Haryana General category seats. Candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from a university in the State of Haryana will be deemed to be Haryana residents and will not be required to submit certificates of bonafide residents of Haryana.

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Scheme of Entrance Test For B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr. : The Entrance Test shall have 100 multiple choice objective type questions in the following areas and each question shall carry one mark. The Entrance Test shall be of 10+2 standard and of two hours duration. (i) (ii) (iii) General English General Knowledge & Current Events Aptitude, Reasoning, Mental ability : : : 25 Questions 25 Questions 50 Questions

For MBA 5-Yr. There will be four parts in the Entrance Test consisting of the following:Part-I : Academic Aptitude Test consisting of Comprehension, Vocabulary, Usage & Grammar etc. (20 marks). Part-II : Numerical and Quantitative Ability Test including explanation of Tables, Graphs etc. (20 marks). Part-III : General Knowledge (20 marks). Part-IV : Reasoning (20 marks) The duration of the Entrance Test will be two hours. The standard of the Test shall be 10+2 level. For B.Pharmacy 4-Yr. : (i) (ii) Maximum marks : 90 There will be one set of Question of 90 minutes duration in three parts as under: Part-I Physics 30 Questions 30 Marks (1-30) Part-II 30 Questions 30 Marks Chemistry (31-60) Part-III Biology (Botany & Zoology) OR Mathematics 30 Questions (15 each) (61-90) 30 Marks (15 each)

30 Questions 30 Marks (61-90) (iii) Only objective type/multiple-choice questions with one correct answer will be asked in the Entrance Test. (iv) Syllabus of Entrance Test for B. Pharmacy is available at page 24 in the Prospectus. Note : 1. 2. 3. The candidates should report at the Test Centre half an hour before the time scheduled for commencement of the Entrance Test. There will be no any negative marking The candidates shall be allowed to appear in the Entrance Test provisionally subject to determination of eligibility at the time of counseling. The candidates shall have no right to claim for admission to merely by appearing in the Entrance Test.

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4. The result of Entrance Test shall also be sent to the candidates by post. However, the University shall not be responsible for postal delay or loss of result in transit. Candidates are, therefore, advised to ascertain their result on their own from the office of the Institute. There will be no re-evaluation/re-checking of answer sheet of the Entrance Test and no request in this regard shall be entertained.

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B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr., MBA 5-Yr. and B.Pharmacy 4-Yr. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. All candidates should bring the Admit Cards with them at the time of Entrance Test. Without Admit Card; the candidates will not be allowed to enter the Examination Hall. The candidate should reach the Examination Hall well before time and should occupy their seats in the Examination Hall at least half an hour before the examination starts. The candidate will be given a test booklet containing questions and the answer sheet 15 minutes before the exam starts. During these 15 minutes, the candidate should read the instructions and fill all the required particulars in the test booklet. Fill in the Roll No., question booklet number and booklet code printed on the front page of the question booklet in the proper blocks as instructed on the answer sheet. Each question booklet will have a serial number and code (A or B or C or D) mentioned on the front page, which every candidate must carefully fill in the appropriate place on the answersheet. Candidate must sign on the front page of the question booklet at the appropriate place marked for this purpose. The question booklet has paper-seal pasted on it. Candidates should open the question booklet only when they are asked to do so by the Invigilator. Candidates of concerned course may check the question booklet i.e. B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Yr. (General English-25 questions, General Knowledge & Current Events-50 questions, Aptitude, Reasoning, Mental Ability-25 questions), MBA 5-Yr. (Part-I : Academic Aptitude Test consisting of Comprehension, Vocabulary, Usage & Grammar etc.-20 marks, Part-II : Numerical and Quantitative Ability Test including explanation of Tables, Graphs etc.-20 marks, Part-III: General Knowledge-20 marks, Part-IV: Reasoning-20 marks), B. Pharmacy 4 Yr. (Part-I Physics-30 questions, Part-II : Chemistry-30 questions, Part-III : Mathematics-30 questions or Biology 30 questions (Botany & Zoology) immediately after breaking the seal. In case, any

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defect is found in the question booklet, the Invigilator may be requested to change the same immediately. The Entrance Test shall have multi choice objective questions and each question shall carry one marks. There will NOT be any negative marking. The question booklet along with the answer sheet must be returned to the Invigilator before leaving the Hall. Read the instructions on the answer sheet carefully. Sign at the appropriate place on the answer-sheet with ballpoint pen. Do not fold or put any stray mark, nor do any rough work on the answer sheet. Use good quality HB pencil/ballpoint pen strictly as directed on the answer sheet. All the candidates should bring their own HB pencils, blue and black ballpoint pens and erasers for making entries in the answer-sheet. These will not be supplied by the University. All the entries in the Answer Sheet be made strictly according to the instructions given to the candidates. Use of books, papers, slide rules, log tables, cellular phones, calculators, pagers, digital diaries etc. will not be allowed in the Examination Hall. If any candidate is found guilty of breach of any rules mentioned in the Prospectus or guilty of using unfair means, he/she will be liable to be punished by the competent authority. The candidates will be allowed to appear in the Entrance Test provisionally, subject to fulfilling the prescribed eligibility conditions/criteria given in the Prospectus. Specimen OMR Sheet to be used in the Test is appended in the Prospectus. ADMISSION PROCEDURE AND PREPARATION OF MERIT LIST For B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr. Admission to 1st Semester of B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Year Integrated Degree Course shall be made on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the Entrance Test. The candidates should secure minimum 30 marks in Entrance Test in order to be eligible (20 marks for SC of Haryana). For MBA 5-Yr. : The merit list will be prepared on the basis of combined marks secured in the qualifying examination, Entrance Test and Interview in the following manner: (i)Marks of Entrance Test : 50% (ii) Marks of Qualifying Examination (10+2) : 40% (iii) Marks of Interview : 10 The Interview is essential component of admission for which a list of shortlisted candidates shall be prepared keeping in view the reservation policy and number of seats in each category from amongst those who appeared in the Entrance Test. Five times of the number of seats in respective categories on merit basis of the score of Entrance Test shall be shortlisted for Interview. The list of shortlisted candidates shall be displayed on the Notice Board of the Institute and also on the University website : www.kuk.ac.in. No separate Call Letters will be sent for Interview. Only those candidates are entitled to appear in the Interview who have appeared in the Entrance Test & produce all the original certificates/documents including 10 th and 12th (with conversion formula of grade/points) along with two sets of attested photocopies required on the date of Interview and fulfill the requisite requirements. Only eligible and shortlisted candidates will be allowed to attend Interview. The admission will be made on merit basis category-wise as per the schedule of dates.

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List of selected candidates for admission will be displayed on the Notice Board of the Institute/University Website and the seats would be filled up as per schedule of dates. If any seat remains vacant after the 3 rd list, the interested applicants who are otherwise eligible and whose names either have not appeared in any of the list(s) or have appeared in the list but failed to deposit their dues, must report in person to Director, Institute of Management Studies between 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. sharp on the date of displaying of Final List as given in the Schedule to mark their physical attendance in the Institute. The Final List will be prepared from such applicants on the same day who have marked their attendance and list will be displayed on the Notice Board. Candidates so selected will get their documents verified and obtain the admission slip from the Institute and deposit their dues etc. as per schedule. Such candidates who fail to mark their PHYSICAL ATTENDANCE upto 11:00 a.m. in the Institute (in the room allotted) shall not be considered for attendance. No excuse for late arrival will be entertained. B. Pharmacy 4-Yr. : Admission to 1st Semester of B. Pharmacy 4-Yr Degree course shall be made on the basis of marks obtained by the candidate in the Entrance Test Note : In case, two or more candidates obtain same rank, inter-se merit of such candidates shall be determined as follows: (i) (ii) (iii) First by marks obtained in the Entrance Test. If tie persists, then by marks obtained in 10+2 Examination. If the tie still persists, then by date of birth i.e., senior in age will be given benefit. CHAPTER-5 HOW TO APPLY 1. 2. Before filling the Application Form, the candidates should read the Prospectus thoroughly. Application Form can be downloaded from website should be accompanied with a Bank Draft of Rs.800/-(Rs.200/- for SC/BC candidates of Haryana only) drawn in favour of the Registrar, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra and payable at Kurukshetra. Documents to be attached with application form : (a) Self-addressed Acknowledgment Card, bearing postage stamp of Rs.6/- and (b) Two self-addressed envelopes stamped for Rs.5/- each. (c) Admit Card in duplicate duly filled in with attested photographs. No other documents be attached with the Application Form. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. All the particulars in the Application Form must be written carefully and legibly by the candidate in his/her own handwriting in English. Incomplete applications will not be considered. All the entries in the Application Form should be filled. No entry should be left unfilled. Please note and ensure that the application consists of Application Form, Admit Card, Address Slips, Acknowledgment Card and two envelopes. Affix the duly attested recent passport size photograph on the Application Form at the place meant for them. If a candidate wants to apply more than one course, he will submit separate Application Form. Two self addressed duly stamped Acknowledgment Card should be enclosed with the Application Form.

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10. Duly filled address slips must be enclosed with the Application Form. 11. The Application Form duly completed in all respects in candidates own handwriting should reach in the office of the concerned Director of Institute of, Law, Management Studies and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra-136 119 on or before the last date 22.06.2012 by 5.00 p.m. 12. It could be delivered personally or sent by registered post. Applications Forms received after the closing date and time would not be entertained and rejected summarily. The Kurukshetra University shall not be responsible for postal or any other delay as well as loss of Application Form(s) or document(s) in transit. 13. If the last date for receipt of Applications falls on a holiday or that day is declared holiday by the University, the next working day will be considered as the last date for the purpose. However, the timings will remain unchanged. 14. The candidate must ensure that they obtain the certificate from the appropriate competent authority approved and notified by Govt. of Haryana. CHAPTER-6 LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE BROUGHT AT THE TIME OF COUNSELING All the candidates, who appear for counseling, must bring the following Original Certificates/ Documents/Testimonials with them on the day of counseling. Any candidate, who fails to produce any of the required Certificate/Document/Testimonial at the time of counseling, will forfeit his/her claim to admission and will not be considered for admission again till the final counseling: (i) Matriculation Certificate. (ii) Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2). (iii) Detailed-Marks-Card (DMC) of Qualifying Examination. (iv) Character Certificate : (a) Regular Candidates: The candidates who passed their qualifying exam. from College/Dept. as regular student are required to submit the Character Certificate as per Annexure-I.

(b) Private Candidates: Candidates, who have passed the qualifying examination as private candidate should submit their Character Certificate, duly signed by a First Class Magistrate. (v) Residential Certificate as per Appendix-A, if applicable. Candidates, who have passed their qualifying examination from a University in the State of Haryana will be deemed to be Haryana residents and will not be required to submit certificates of bonafide residents of Haryana. Scheduled Caste Certificate as per Annexure-II, if applicable.

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2. Original certificates may be returned back to after verification and completion of formalities. In exceptional cases, all original certificates could be retained and returned later.

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CHAPTER-7 COUNSELING SCHEDULE Counseling for admission to B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Yr., MBA 5-Yr. and B. Pharmacy 4-Yr. courses for All India Category, Haryana General Category and Reserved Categories will be held in the concerned Institute of, Law, Management Studies and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra as under :
Counseling B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr. Rank 1 to 150 (in case of tie, all the candidates with same marks Backward Classes Category (Block A & B) Scheduled Castes and other Reserved Categories (Physically Handicapped/ Freedom Fighter/Ex-servicemen Admission against vacant seats, if any (category wise). Marking of attendance followed by counseling Conversion of Vacant Seats, if any, only if, no candidates belonging to reserve categories is available for admission (other than Scheduled Castes). Marking of attendance followed by counseling. MBA 5-Yr. Display of 1st list of selected candidates Display of 2nd list Display of 3rd list Display of Final List (Merit based on physically presence) B. Pharmacy 4 Yr. 1st Counseling 2nd Counseling 3rd Counseling Display of Final List (Merit based on physically presence) Date 16.07.2012 18.07.2012 20.07.2012 Time 10.00 a.m. 10.00 a.m. 10.00 a.m. Date of depositing fees/dues 16.07.2012 & 17.07.20112 18.07.2012 & 19.07.2012 20.07.2012 & 21.07.2012

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The result of Entrance Test and merit list will be displayed on the Notice Board of the concerned Institute/University website : www.kuk.ac.in Note : The reserved category candidates will be first considered in All India/Haryana General Category seats as per their rank in general merit list. B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Yr., MBA 5-Yr. and B. Pharmacy 4 Yr. : 1.The classes will commence from 23.07.2012. 2. Those candidates, who could not get admission during the First Round of Counseling, are eligible to get admission in Second/Final Counseling on the basis of merit of Entrance Test. No separate notice shall be published in any newspapers. Candidates are required to verify the status of vacant seats at their own level. In case of any difficulty, please contact the Director of the concerned Institute of Law, Management Studies and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.

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3.If seats remain vacant or fallen vacant after the final counseling, vacant seats will be filled up on merit basis from the waiting list by the Director of the concerned Institute by 31.07.2012 with late of fee of Rs.500/-. 4.The candidates are required to present themselves, in the Counseling Hall strictly according to the counseling schedule. They will be called for counseling one by one on the basis of rank. 5.Any candidate, who fails to turn up for counseling at his/her turn, he/she will be considered for the remaining seats at the time he/she reports for counseling. 6.The candidates will have to produce all the original certificates/documents/testimonials as mentioned in list of documents to the Admission Committee for verification. They are also required to bring two sets of attested copies of all such certificates/documents/testimonials. The Admission Committee will check the eligibility of the candidate. In case, the candidate is found ineligible, his/her candidature will be cancelled. 7.When a candidate is found eligible, only then, the Admission Committee will offer all available seats under various applicable categories. 8.Then, the candidate will be required to choose a seat ON THE SPOT. Once the seat is chosen by the candidate, he/she will not be allowed to change the seat in any case. Selected candidates will have to deposit all the original certificates with the Admission Committee. 9.After that, the Admission Committee will issue an admission slip to the selected candidate. Thereafter, the candidate will be required to deposit his/her fee ON THE SPOT. In case, he/she fails to deposit the required amount of fee, then he/she will forfeit the claim to the seat. The fee can be deposited in the form of demand draft in favour of Registrar, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra. 10. After every round of counseling, the concerned Institute shall display on their Notice Boards, category-wise lists of candidates admitted along with their names, rank in merit list, State of domicile, etc. 11. After the completion of all formalities, including verification of certificates/documents/ testimonials, and admission, the original certificates/documents/testimonials will be returned to the candidates. However, the attested copies (two sets of each certificates/documents/ testimonials) will be retained. 12. The decision of the Admission Committee in all matters relating to the admissions shall be final. 13. B.A. LL.B. 5-Yr : The candidates, who could not be admitted or who were admitted but failed to deposit their fees, shall also report and mark their attendance in the Institute on July 23, 2012 between 09.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. Merit List of such candidates, category wise, would be displayed at 12.00 noon.

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(iv) On production of the admission slips in the Fee Section, they will obtain a voucher and deposit their fees in the State Bank of India in the University Campus. After depositing the fee in the Bank, the candidates shall then come to Fee Section and obtain their Roll Numbers, which shall be allotted to them after submission of Bank payment receipt. Thereafter, the candidates shall produce the roll number slips obtained from the Fee Section to the office Assistant in the office of the Institute and get Section allotment slip. If any candidate does not get the section allotment slip from the office of the Institute, his or her admission shall be treated as cancelled even though he or she may have deposited his or her fee. His or her seat shall be treated as vacant and shall be allotted to the next candidate. Such candidate shall himself/herself be responsible for the loss of admission. It shall be the responsibility of the candidates to remain in touch with the institute and ascertain the progress of admissions. They should not wait/depend on receipt of communication from the institute. (vii) At the time of Interview for admission to MBA 5-Yr., the candidates are required to bring all the original certificates/documents and two sets of photocopies of all the documents, duly attested by Gazetted Officer, must be in the following order :(i) Matriculation Certificate (ii) 10+2 Certificate (iii) Character Certificate from the Institution last attended (iv) Certificate of the Reserved Category claimed (v) Affidavit regarding Character & Gap in Study (if any) to be issued by First Class Magistrate of the concerned district. (vi) Conversion/Equivalence formula for percentage (if applicable) (vii) Migration Certificate (in original) (viii) Recent passport size coloured photographs (two) (ix) Any other relevant document (x) 03 Address Slips (To be filled in Capital Letters) CHAPTER-8 FEE STRUCTURE The fees will have to be deposited as per schedule at the time of counseling :

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Continuation Fee Medical Fee Library fee Amalgamated fund Examination fee Youth Welfare Magazine fee Sports fee R.K. Fund NSS fee NCC funds G.I.S. Film fee YRCS Student Aid and Stipend Population Education Club Total Annual Charges Fee/Charges payable one time: 1. Admission fee 2. Enrolment fee 3. Caution money 4. Training & Placement 5. Alumni fee Total One time fee Benefits of fee for SC Candidates of Haryana There is a Post Matric Scholarship Scheme of GOI for welfare of SC as per letter No.FC SC/ BC/2011/204/98 dated 17.01.2011 of the Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary to Govt. Haryana Welfare of SC & BC, Chandigarh. SC students whose parents/ guardian income is upto Rs.2.00 lac per annum are eligible for benefits under the scheme. The benefits includes enrollments/registration, tuition, games, Union, Library, Magazine, Medical Examination and such other fees compulsory payable by the student to the institution or University/Board. Refundable deposit like caution money, security deposit will, however, be excluded. For students admitted under this scheme the application form has to be submitted by the students to the concerned Director of the Institute. Note : An income declaration will be furnished by the self-employed parents/guardian of SC candidates, stating definite income from all sources by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper. Employed parents/guardian are required to obtain income certificates from their employer and for any additional income from other sources, they would furnish declaration by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper. CHAPTER-9 IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADMISSION TO MBA 5-YR. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 100.00 100.00 500.00 600.00 1000.00 100.00 100.00 200.00 70.00 10.00 10.00 22.00 35.00 60.00 20.00 05.00 4932.00 500.00 100.00 2000.00 1000.00 100.00 3700.00

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1. Incomplete and Late applications as also applications on non-prescribed format shall be rejected and no further correspondence shall be entertained in this regard. In case, the required postage is not affixed on the admit card/envelop(s), the Application Form would be treated as incomplete and rejected. After having appeared in the Entrance Test, the list of short-listed candidates invited for Interview will be displayed on the Notice Board of the Institute and on University Website before the start of Interview. No separate Call Letters will be sent for Interview. Only eligible candidates will be allowed to appear in Interview on the scheduled date(s) who produce all the original certificates/documents including 10th and 12th (with conversion formula of grade/ points) alongwith two sets of attested photocopies thereof and fulfill the requisite requirements. After having appeared in Entrance Test if a candidate remains absent in the Interview, he/she will not be considered for preparing the merit list. Therefore, physical attendance in the Entrance Test and Interview is mandatory. Candidates who have not passed the qualifying examination with required percentage will not be allowed to appear for Interview. Therefore they need not come for Interview. Candidates who have appeared in their 10+2 Examination this year can also apply but they are required to produce the certificate of having passed the qualifying examination (with English as one of the subjects) at the time of Interview. If any candidate fails to produce the valid document/certificate of having passed 10+2 at the time of Interview, he would forfeit his claim to appear in Interview.

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7. If the University Authorities are not satisfied with the character, past behaviour and antecedents of a candidate, they may refuse to admit him/her in the University. In order to ensure academic standards, discipline and peaceful atmosphere in the University, the Vice-Chancellor may cancel the admission of any student for a specified period. Each admitted student shall have to furnish two affidavits as per specimen given at Annexure-VII & VIII from himself/herself and his/her parents/guardian that he/she was never found guilty of ragging and shall not indulge in any act of ragging. If a student fails to attend his/her classes continuously for seven days from the date of commencement of the classes (date of attendance), his/her admission shall be cancelled. An official E-mail ID will be allotted and communicated to every regular student by the concerned Department/Institute for sending official communication to him/her. Weekly attendance report of all students will be put on the University Website. If a student remains absent from the class for 14 days or more in a month his name will be struck off from the rolls and his/her parents will also be informed. Use of Alcohol is prohibited in the University Campus. Summer : Light Sky Blue Shirt and Black Formal Trouser Winter : Black Blazer and Black Trouser The prescribed Dress Code must be adhered strictly on all days For female students wearing of Tie is optional. Disciplinary action will be taken for non compliance of the Dress Code. CHAPTER-11 RULES FOR ADJUSTMENT/REFUND OF FEE 1. If a candidate after having deposited fee for admission in one course joins another course in another University Teaching Dept./Institute in the same session, as mentioned below, and is permitted to withdraw his/her candidature, fee/funds except admission fee already deposited by him/her for the course from which he/she has withdrawn, shall be adjusted/refunded against the fee/funds of the course he/she joins subject to the condition that the difference, if any, shall be paid by the candidate : (i) from a general course to another general course; (ii) from a general course to a self-financing course or vice-versa. (iii) from a self-financing course to another self-financing course. However, in self-financing courses, adjustment/refund of fee will be allowed only if the seat so vacated is filled by the last date of admission. 2. In case a candidate leaves the University after seeking admission in a particular course, following conditions will apply for refund of fee: (a) If a candidate leaves before the commencement of the classes, the entire fee deposited by the candidate will be refunded after deducting Rs.1000/- only. (b) In case a candidate leaves after commencement of the classes, proportionate deduction of fee upto the month of his/her leaving will be made, subject to minimum of Rs.1000/-. However, refund will be allowed only if the seat so vacated is filled by the last date of admission. CHAPTER-12 HOSTEL FACILITIES

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The University has 22 Hostels (9 for boys, 1 for Foreign male students and 12 for Girls students). The accommodation in the Hostels would be provided strictly on the basis of departmental merit list of admissions; and in accordance with limited number of seats in hostels allocated by the Chief Wardens to each Department with reservations (20% for SC category, 3% for Handicapped- blind/disabled with 70% and 1 seat for BPL category). The forms for Hostel accommodation are required to be submitted to the concerned hostel duly recommended by the concerned Chairperson/Director/Principal. Proof of Residence viz. Ration Card/Voter Card/Passport shall have to be shown in original and an attested photocopy of the same needs to be enclosed with the Hostel Admission Form at the time of submission. Subletting is strictly prohibited. The sub letters and sublettees-both are liable to be expelled from the Hostel. Students willing to seek Hostel accommodation are advised to refer to the Hostel Rules Booklet available with the Manager Printing & Publications of University on payment of prescribed price. Any hosteller desirous of possessing vehicle in the Hostel shall have to submit an attested photocopy of R/C of the vehicle alongwith Driving License in the office of the Warden of the respective Hostel. If the Hostel authorities are not satisfied with the character, past behaviour and antecedents of a student, they may refuse accommodation to him/her in order to ensure discipline and peaceful atmosphere of the Hostels.

Eligibility Certificate for B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr., MBA 5-Yr. & B.Pharmacy 4-Yr. Candidates who have passed qualifying examination from another University/Board (other than the Board of School Education, Haryana) are required to obtain Eligibility Certificate from the Deputy Registrar (Regn.) after he or she has been admitted provisionally by the Institute. For this eligibility certificate, the prescribed application form can be collected from the Office of the Institute. Application Form along with all original certificates/mark sheets etc. shall be submitted in the office of the concerned Director of Institute of, Law, Management Studies and Pharmaceutical Sciences so that the eligibility certificate can be obtained. For Foreign Students Candidates, who have passed qualifying examination from Foreign University or Boards, are required to deposit Rs.500/- as eligibility fee for obtaining Eligibility Certificate. The Eligibility Certificate will be issued by the Registration Branch on checking the required documents such as students Visa and the original documents. No candidate can be given even provisional admission without obtaining Eligibility Certificate. Character Certificate Character Certificate is an essential document and is required to be submitted with other documents at the time of Interview. The Private and Regular candidates are required to obtain and submit the Character Certificate as follows : (a) Private Candidates Male candidates, who have passed the qualifying examination in private capacity, should submit their character certificate duly signed by the First Class Magistrate with Office Seal, Number/ Date etc. (b) Regular Candidates Candidates who have recently passed the qualifying examination from an Institution must submit the Character Certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended as per specimen attached. (Annexure-I) Registration of Candidates On registration, the student shall be provided with a Registration Card containing Registration Number and this number shall be quoted in all subsequent reports concerning the student and in all applications by the student for admission to the University Examinations. A duplicate copy of the Registration Card may be granted on payment of fees as prescribed from time to time by the University, provided that Application for corrections in the particulars of the students shall be entertained by the Registrar upto three months from the date of issue of the Registration Card without any correction fee. Application for corrections in the particulars received after the expiry of the aforesaid period shall be entertained with the prescribed fee.

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CHAPTER-13 Syllabus for Entrance Test of B. Pharmacy 4-Yr. : Part-I : Physics (1-30 Questions)-30 MARKS Introduction What is Physics? Scope an excitement. Physics in relation to science study and technology. Physical word & Measurement Unit for measurement, fundamental and derived units, dimensions, order of magnitude, accuracy and errors in measurement. Description of Motion in One Dimension Objects in motion, motion in one dimension. Motion in a straight line, uniform motion, its graphical representation and formulae. General relation between position and velocity , application to uniformly accelerated motion, acceleration in general, one-dimensional motion. Description of Motion in Two and Three Dimensions Vectors in two dimensions, general vectors, vectors and scalars, vector addition and multiplication by a real number, zero vector and its properties. Resolution of a vector in a plane, rectangular components. Motion in two dimensions, cases of uniform velocity and uniform acceleration for motion in a plane, uniform circular motion, motion of objects in three-dimensional space. Laws of Motion Force and inertia. First law of motion. Second law of motion. Impulse, Kinds of forces in nature. Third law of motion, conservation of momentum, rocket propulsion, equilibrium of concurrent forces. Static and Kinetic friction, laws of friction, rolling friction, lubrication, inertial and non-inertial frames. Work, Energy and Power Scalar product of vectors, work done by a constant and a variable force, unit of work, kinetic energy, power. Elastic collisions, Potential energy of a mass. Different forms of energy, mass-energy equivalence, conservation of energy. Rotational Motion Inter-dependence of Newtons law of motion, centre of mass of a rigid body, general motion of a rigid body, nature of rotational motion. Plane (rotational) motion of a single particle, torque, angular momentum and its geometrical and physical meaning, conservation of angular momentum, examples of circular motion (car on a level circular road, car on a banked road), pendulum, comparison of linear and rotational motions, properties of moment of inertia, parallel axis theorem, examples of two dimensional rigid body motion (mass point on sting wound on cylinder, cylinder rolling without slipping). Gravitation Acceleration due to gravity, one-dimensional motion under gravity, two dimensional motion under gravity, universal law of gravitation, the gravitational constant, mass of earth, inertia and gravitational mass, variations in the acceleration due to gravity of the earth , geo-stationary satellites, gravitational potential, escape velocity. Molecules Atomic hypothesis, Brownian motion, Avogadros number and Avogadros hypothesis. Inter-atomic and inter-molecular forces. States of matter. Properties of Matter (a) Solids : Crystalline and glassy solids, Hookes Law Youngs modulus, stress vs. strain, bulk modulus, pure sheer, Friction and lubrication. (b) Fluids : Surface energy and surface tension, capillary rise, viscosity, streamline flow, Reynolds number. Bernoullis theorem. (c) Gases : Boyles law, Charles law and absolute temperature. Kinetic theory of gases. Pressure, kinetic energy and temperature, gas laws and Avogadros number.

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Heat and Thermodynamics Mechanical equivalent of heat, specific heat, calorimeter, first law of thermodynamics, thermodynamic states, equation of state and isothermals, pressure-temperature phase diagram, thermodynamics processes, heat engines, second law of thermodynamics, efficiency of heat engines. Conduction, convection and radiation. Oscillations Simple harmonic motion (S.H.M.), uniform circular motion. Kinetic energy and potential energy in S.H.M., simple pendulum, forces oscillations, resonances and damped oscillations. Waves Wave motion, speed of wave motion, principles of superposition, reflection of waves, harmonic waves, standing waves, and normal modes, beats, Doppler effect, musical scale, acoustics of buildings. Electrostatics Frictional electricity, charges, conservation of charges, elementary unit, Coulombs law, dielectric constant, electric field due to a point charge, dipole, dipole field and dipoles behavior in and electric field, flux, conductors and insulators, presence of free charges and bound charges inside a conductor, Capacitance (parallel plate, spherical, cylindrical), series and parallel, energy of capacitor, Van de Graff generator, atmospheric electricity. Current Electricity Electric current, resistance of different materials, temperature dependence , resistivity, colour code for carbon resistances ohms law, Kirchoffs law, resistance in series and parallel circuits, wheatstones bridge, measurement of voltages and currents, potentiometer, concept of e.m.f., terminal voltage and internal resistance of a cell. Thermal and Chemical Effects of Currents Electric power, Heating effects of current, chemical effects and law of electrolysis, cells (primary and secondary), thermoelectricity, thermocouple. Magnetic Effects of Currents Oersteds observation, Biot-Savart law (magnetic field due to current element),magnetic field due to a straight wire, circular loop and solenoid, force on a moving charge in a magnetic field (Lorentz force), cyclotron, forces and torques on current in a magnetic field, force between two currents, definition of Ampere, Moving coil galvanometer and conversion into ammeter and voltameter. Magnetism Bar magnet (comparison with a solenoid), line of force, torque on a bar magnet in a magnetic field, Earths magnetic fields, tangent galvanometer, vibration magnetometer, para, dia and ferromagnetism. Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents Induced e.m.f. Faradays law, Lenzs law, e.m. induction, self and mutual inductance, alternation currents, impedance and reactance, power in a.c. circuits with L,C& R; series and parallel resonant circuits, electrical machines and devices, transformer, a.c. generator, choke and starter. Electromagnetic Waves Electromagnetic oscillation, history of e.m. waves (Maxwell, Hertz Bose, Marconi) electromagnetic spectrum(radio, microwave, infrared, optical, ultraviolet, x-rays and gamma-rays) including elementary facts about their uses and propagation properties in the atmosphere w.r.t. various parts of electromagnetic spectrum. Ray Optics and Optical Instruments Sources of light, Photometry, ray optics as a limiting case of wave optics, reflection, total internal reflection, curved mirrors, lenses, mirror and lens formulae, dispersion by a prism, spectrometer and spectra, absorption and emission, scattering, rainbow, magnification and resolving power, telescope microscope.

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Wave Optics Wave front and Huygens principle. Interference Youngs double slit experiment Diffraction due to a single slit, diffraction grating, polarization of transverse waves, application related to these phenomena. Electrons and Photons Electrical conduction of gases, discovery of electron, e/m for an electron, particle nature of light, Einsteins photoelectric equation, photocells. Atoms, Molecules and Nucleus Rutherford model of atom, Bhor model, energy quantization, hydrogen spectrum, composition of nucleus, atomic masses, isotopes, size of nucleus, radioactivity, mass-energy relation, fission, fusion, nuclear holocaust. Solids and Semi-Conductor Devices Energy bands in solids, conductors, insulators and semi-conductors, p-n junction diodes, solar cells, junction transistor, diode as rectifier, transistor as amplifier and oscillator, logic gates and combination of gases. Universe The constituents of the universe, planets, elementary idea about determination of their distances and masses, stars, brightness, magnitude scale, luminosity, surface temperature, stellar spectra, energy source of stars. Part-II : Chemistry (31-60 Questions)-30 Marks Atomic Structure Dual nature of matter and radiation, de Broglie equation, uncertainty principle, orbitals and quantum numbers, shapes of s, p and d orbitals, electronic configuration, atoms, molecules, molecular orbital method. Periodic Properties of Elements Modern periodic law, periodic trends in properties (atomic radii, ionization energy, electron affinity, electro negativity, valence). Chemical Bonds and Molecules Chemical bonds (ionic, covalent, coordinate), hybridization, shapes of molecules (VSEPER theory), valence bond theory and molecular orbital theory of covalent bond, molecular orbital description of homo nuclear diatomic molecules, hydrogen bond resonance, metallic bond (elementary treatment). Solid State Structure of simple ionic compounds, close-packed structures, ionic radii, silicates (elementary ideas), imperfection in solids (points defects only), properties of solids, amorphous solids. Chemical Thermodynamics Energy changes during a chemical reaction, First law of Thermodynamics (internal energy, enthalpy, applications of First law of Thermodynamics), Second law of thermodynamics (entropy, free energy), spontaneity of a chemical reaction, free energy change and chemical equilibrium, free energy available for useful work. Third law of Thermodynamics. Chemical Equilibrium Law of mass action, chemical equilibrium, effects of changing the conditions of systems of equilibrium, (change of concentration, pressure and temperature, Lechatelier principle), ionization of electrolytes, weal and strong electrolytes, various concepts of acids and bases, ionization of water, pH, solubility product, numerical based on these concepts. Chemical Kinetics Rate of chemical reaction, rate expression, unit of rate, constant and specific rate constant, order of reaction (first order reaction only), concentration and temperature dependence of rate constant, fast reactions (elementary idea), mechanism of reactions (elementary idea), photochemical reactions).

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Solutions Type of solutions, Raoults law, colligative properties of dilute solutions, calculation of molecular masses, electrolytic solution, abnormal molecular masses. Electro Chemistry Electrolysis, electrolytic conductance (specific, equivalent and molar conductances), voltagic, galvanic cell, electrode potential and electromotive force, Gibbs free energy and cell potential, primary cells including fuel cell, corrosion. Surface and Catalysis Absorption, colloids, preparation and general properties, emulsion, micelles, homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, structure of catalysts and theories of catalysis. Nuclear Chemistry Nature of radiation from radioactive substances, nuclear structure and nuclear properties, nuclear reactions, radioactive disintegration series, artificial transmutation of elements, nuclear fission of fusion, isotopes and their uses, radio carbon dating, synthetic elements. Chemistry of Representative Elements The chemistry of s and p-block elements, electronic configuration, general characteristics, properties and oxidation states of the following : Group 1 Elements Alkali metals Group 2 Elements Alkaline earth metals Group 13 Elements Boron family Group 14 Elements Carbon family Group 15 Elements Nitrogen family Group 16 Elements Oxygen family Group 17 Elements Halogen family; Hydrogen Group 18 Elements Noble gases Transition Metals Including Lanthanides Definitions, electronic configuration and general characteristic properties, oxidation states of transition metals, general properties of First row transition metals and their compounds-oxides, halides and sulphides, General properties of second and third row transition elements (Group-wise discussion), Preparation and uses of potassium dichromate, potassium permanganate, Inner transition elements : oxidation states, lanthanide contraction. Coordinate Chemistry and Organo Metallics Coordination compounds-nomenclature, isomerism in coordination compounds, bounding in coordination compounds, stability of coordination compounds, applications of coordination compounds, compounds containing metal-carbon bonds, applications of organo metallic compounds. Chemistry of Carbon Compounds Hydro Carbons (a) Alkanes sp3 hybridization, sigma bond, tetrachedral structure, fees rotation about sigma bond chain isomerism. (b) Alkenes sp2 hybridization, carbon-carbon double bond, sigma and pi bonds, planar structure of ethylene, cistrans isomereism. (c) Alkenes sp hybridization, carbon-carbon triple bond, linear structure of acetylene. (d) Aerenes Delocalization of electrons in benezenes and resonance energy, orth, para and meta isomers. (e) Systematic nomenclature (compounds having carbon atoms upto sis). (f) Prospectus and reactions of hydrocarbons : change in physical properties with chain length, chemical properties, combustion and controlled oxidation, free radicals, halogenations,

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aromatization and cracking of alkanes. Properties of alkenes and alkynes, Markownikoffs rule. Reactions of benzene (mechanisms not required). (g) Sources and synthesis of hydrocarbons : Refining of petroleum, reforming, octane number, pyrolysis of coal, common laboratory preparations of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes. Characterization of Organic Compounds Detection of elements, calculation of empirical and molecular formulae from weight percentage data of elements and molecular weight. Alkyland Aryl Halides Nomenclature, isomerism, optical isomerism, racemic mixture, general methods of preparation and properties of alkyl and aryl halides. A few important polyhalogen compounds-chloroform, carbon tetrachloride, DDT, benzene hexachloride. Compounds with Functional Groups Containing Oxygen Nomenclature, general methods of preparation and properties of ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivaties (acyl halides, acid anhydrides, amides and esters). Preparation, correlation of physical properties with their structures. Chemical properties and uses. Compounds with Functional Group Containing Nitrogen A brief description of chemistry of cyanides and isocynides, nitro compounds and amines and their methods of preparation, correlation of physical properties with structure, chemical reaction and uses. Polymers Classification of polymers, Natural and synthetic polymers, Preparation and uses of Teflon, PVC, Polystyrene, Nylon-66, Terylene. Biomolecules Carbohydrates : Monosaccharides, Disaccharides, Polyaccharides Amino acides and Peptides-structure and classification, Proteins and Enzymes-structure of proteins, Role of enzymes, Nucleic Acids DNA and RNA, Biological functions of Nucleic acids Protein synthesis and replication. Lipids-structure, membranes and their functions. Chemistry of Biological Processes Carbohydrates and their metabolism : Haemoglobin, blood and respiration, Immune System, Vitamins and hormones, simple idea of Chemical evolution. Chemistry in Action Dyes, chemical in medicines, Rocket propellants. Part-III : Biology (Botany & Zoology) (61-90 questions)-30 Marks i.e. 15 each Living World, Diversity of Life, Cell and Cell Division, Genetics and Morphology of Plants and Animals. Physiology of plants, Physiology of animals, Reproduction, Development and Growth, Ecology and Environment and Biology in Human Welfare. OR Mathematics (61-90 questions)-30 Marks Sets and Binary Operation Algebra of sets, Cartesian product of sets, Function, A binary operation defined in Set A as a function from A x A into A. Associatively and commutatively of binary operation. Inverse of an element in A. Complex Number Complex number of the form a+ib, representation of complex number in plane, Argand diagram, algebra of complex number, real and imaginary parts of complex number, modulus and argument of complex number, square root of complex number, cube root of unity, triangle inequality. Quadratic Equations Solutions of quadratic equation by factorization and formula methods, relation between roots and coefficients, formation of equation symmetric function of roots.

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Sequences and Series Nth term of A.P. sum of N terms of A.P., A.M. between two nos., nth terms of G.P., Sum of n terms of G.P., Sum of infinite terms of G.P., G.M., arithmetic-Geometric series. Statistics Barograph, Pie Chart, Median, Mean, Standard deviation. Mean deviation from mean and median. Permutations and Combinations Permutations as arrangement, meaning of simple and applications including circular permutation. Mathematical Induction and Binomiar Theorem Principal of Mathematical Induction with application, Statement and proof of binomial theorem for positive index. General and particular term of Binomial Theorem for any index. Applications to approximation, properties of Binomial coefficient. Expponential and Logarithms Series The infinite series for e: proof that e lies between 2 and 3, Infinite series for log (1+x) and log (1+x)/ (1-x). Calculation of the logarithm of a number using suitable logarithmic series. Trigonometry Allied angles, sum and difference formulae, A-B, and C-D formulae, Trigonometric equations, conditional identities, Sine formula, Cosine formula, area of triangle, simple solution of triangle using formulae, height and distance, inverse trigonometric functions graphs, properties of Inverse trigonometric functions and their proofs. Co-ordinate Geometry Distance formula, section formula, area of triangle, condition of co-linearity, controid, In centre, locus parallel and perpendicular lines, formation of equation of straight lines in different forms. Intersection of two lines, condition for general second degree equation to represent two straight lines. Circles Equation of circle, parametric and diametric forms, point of intersection of a line and a circle, condition for a line to be tangent to a circle, equation and length of tangent to a circle form a point. Intersection of two circles, condition that two interesting circles are orthogonal. Conic Section Equation of conic section and point of tangency. Matrices and Determinates Matrix as a rectangular arrangement of numbers, type of matrices, Quality of matrices, Addition, Scalar multiplication and multiplication of matrices : Linear combination of matrices, non-commutatively and associatively of matrix notations, Determinant, Minors and cofactors of determinant, expansion of a determinant, properties and elementary transformation of determinates. Application of determinants in solution of equations and area of a triangle. Crammers rule, Adjoint and inverse of a matrix and its properties, Application of matrices in solving simultaneous equations in three variables. Vectors and Three Dimensional Geometry Vector and directed line segment, Magnitude and direction of a vector, Equal vectors. Unit vector, Zero vector. Position vector of a point. Components of a vector, Vector in two and three dimensions, Addition of vectors, Multiplication of a vector by a scalar, Position vector of a point dividing a given straight line in a given ratio, scalar (dot) product of the two vectors, cross product of the two vectors, scalar triple product, Applications of vectors in the use of establishment of various geometrical results, Work done=force x displacement, Moment of a force about a point, moment of a couple about a point, Proof of cosine rule. Angle in a semi-circle is a right angle. Applications of vector product in finding area of a triangle as an area of a parallelogram as. Proof of sine rule. Applications of scalar triple product in finding volume of a parallelepiped, co planarity of vector using scalar triple product. Decomposition of a vector into three non-coplanar directions, as vectors in 3-D direction ratios and direction cosines for any vector, angle between two vectors where d.c.s are given. Distance between two points, condition of the intersection of two lines, shortest distance between two lines, equation of a

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CHAPTER-15 CURBING THE MENACE OF RAGGING Ragging is totally prohibited in the University and anyone found guilty of ragging and/or abetting ragging, whether actively or passively, or being a part of a conspiracy to promote ragging, is liable to be punished in accordance with the UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009 as well as under the penal law for the time being in force. Anti Ragging Helpline Toll Free Number, Anti Ragging Committee, Squad, Monitoring Cells, Nodal Officers and Counselors : University Grants Commission Anti Ragging Helpline Toll Free Number : 1800-180-5522 & E-mail-helpline@antiragging.net . Vice-Chancellor : vc.kuk@rediffmail.com Registrar : reg.kuk@rediffmail.com Proctor : proctor@kuk.ac.in 1. Anti Ragging Committee
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of Pharmacy, IMC& MT, Inst. of 9896438118 Management will depute two senior 9996542422 teachers (one male & one female) 9416007826 from each of these Institutes and will 9466174087 intimate the Proctor. (iv) Principal, University College and 238049, 238125 9896362499 University College of Education will depute two teachers from each of the Colleges and will intimate to the Proctor. (v) Supervisor, Security 9354181631 (vi) Police Officials, Officer Incharge, Security will take measure for seeking help from the District Administration Four Students representatives (two (vii) fresher & two seniors) to be nominated by the Dean Students Welfare. Zone IV (University Campus & other Vulnerable Places excluding Zone-I, II & III. (i) Deputy Proctor 238410-2729(Ext.) 9416191876 (ii) Officer Incharge Security 238410-3080(Ext.) 9812122097 (iii) Directors, IIE, School of Management 9816566908 and Chairperson, Dept. of Commerce 239555 will nominate one teacher to the AntiRagging Squad and shall inform the same to the Proctor (iv) Dean, Faculty of Sciences, Social 9896014327 Sciences, Life Sciences, Arts & 9896362620 Languages, Indic Studies will 9896261253 nominate one teacher of that Faculty 9896774157 to the Anti-Ragging Squad and will 9896693146 inform the same to the Proctor. (v) Four Students Representatives (two fresher & two seniors) to be nominated by the Dean Students Welfare (vi) Police Officials, Officer Incharge, Security will take measure for seeking help from the District Administration Monitoring Cell (i) Registrar 238026 (ii) Dean, Academic Affairs 238045 (iii) Proctor 238901-2762 (iv) Dean of Colleges 238347 (v) Dean Students Welfare 238096 Nodal Officers (i) Nodal Officer for all teaching : Proctor departments, institutes and University maintained colleges (ii) Nodal Officer for affiliated colleges : Dean of Colleges

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5. Counselors (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Prof.C.R.Darolia, Dept. of Psychology Prof Umed Singh, Dept. of Psychology Dr.Rakesh Pal Sharma, MD (Psychiatric), Aggarwal Hospital, KKR Mrs. Rita Chopra, Dept. of Education 9991140540 9416781400 9812434648 9416950514

Instructions against Ragging : With fifty five years of its existence, Kurukshetra University has earned recognition as one of the renowned centres of teaching and research in the country. We appreciate the parents and the students for their interest and option towards pursuing their higher studies at Kurukshetra University. We wish them success in their plans towards getting admission in the programme of their choice on the campus. Those who succeed in joining a course, should be making best use of the excellent facilities and congenial atmosphere available in the University towards all-round development of their personality. We would expect our students to make best use of this opportunity and grow as able and responsible citizens. Students will be required to work hard with their energies focused towards achieving their goal. We take pride in informing all those desirous of seeking admission, that over all these years, our University has the best traditions of maintaining a healthy and congenial academic environment. We are also glad to convey that with the determined and sincere efforts of our senior students and faculty, our campus has been free from the menace of Ragging. What Constitutes Ragging : Ragging constitutes one or more of any of the following acts : (a) any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student; (b) indulging in rowdy or indisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension there of in any fresher or any other student; (c) asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student; (d) any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher; (e) exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students; (f) any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a fresher or any other student by students; (g) any act of physical abuse including all variants of it : sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obscene and lewd acts, gestures, causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person; (h) any act or abuse by spoken words, e-mails, post, public insults which would also include deriving perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the dis comfiture to fresher or any other student; (i) any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student. All the senior students are advised to guide and treat junior students affectionately. Junior students may contact their Chairpersons or other University functionaries like Proctor, Dean Students Welfare, Chief Warden, Wardens or Chief Security Officer for help and guidance.

43 Appendix-A
Instructions regarding Bonafide Residents of Haryana issued vide letter No.62/17/95-6 GSI dated 3 rd October, 1996, No.62/32/2000-6GSI dated 23rd May, 2003, No.62/27/2003-6GSI dated 29 th July, 2003 and No.62/62/2011-6GSI dated 17th January, 2012 by the Chief Secretary to Government, Haryana. Subject: Bonafide residents of Haryana - Guidelines regarding. 1. I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Govt. letters noted in the margin on the subject noted above vide which the instructions were issued regarding simplification of procedure for obtaining the certificate of Domicile for the purpose of admission to educational institution (including technical/ medical institution). The matter has been reconsidered in the light of judgment delivered by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in the case of Dr. Pradeep Jain vs. Union of India and others reported as AIR 1984-SC1421, wherein it has been held that instead of the word 'Domicile' the word 'Resident' be used in the instructions issued by the State Government and it has been decided to revise the Government instructions. Henceforth, the following categories of persons would be eligible for the grant of Resident Certificate:(i) Candidates, who have passed the examination qualifying there for selection in an institution from a school/college in Haryana. (ii) Children/Wards (if parents are not living)/Dependents: (a) of the regular employees of Haryana State posted in or outside Haryana State or working on deputation; (b) of the regular employees of the statutory bodies/corporations established by or under an act of the State of Haryana who are posted in Chandigarh or in Haryana or outside Haryana. (c) of the regular employees of the Government of India posted in Chandigarh or in Haryana in connection with the affairs of the Haryana Government; (iii) Children/wards (if parents not living)/dependents of persons who after retirement have permanently settled in Haryana and draw their pensions from the treasuries situated in the State of Haryana. (iv) Children/wards (if parents are not living)/dependents of pensioners of Haryana Government irrespective of the fact that the original home of the retiree is in a state other than Haryana or he has settled after retirement in or outside Haryana; (v) Children/Wards (if parents are not living)/dependents of persons, who have permanent home in Haryana and include persons who have been residing in Haryana for a period of not less than 15 years or who have permanent home in Haryana but on account of their occupation they are living outside Haryana; (vi) The wives of such persons who are bonafide residents of Haryana irrespective of the fact that they had belonged to any other State before marriage; (vii) Persons who were born in Haryana and produce a certificate to that effect; provided that the parents/guardians (if parents are not living) of persons belonging to any one of the above men tioned categories are : (a) Citizen of India; (b) Produce an affidavit to the effect that they or their children/wards (if parents are not living)/dependents have not obtained the benefit of Resident in any other State. (viii) Children & Wards of the accredited journalists residing at Chandigarh and recognised by Govt. of Haryana. 2. All candidates claiming to be bonafide residents of Haryana should produce a Haryana Resident Certificate signed by the District Magistrate/General Assistant to Deputy Commissioner or Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil) of the District/Sub-Divisions/Tehsildars of Revenue to which the candidates belong. Resident Certificates in respect of elsewhere or in respect of the Children/Wards/Dependents of Haryana Govt.

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employees who are posted at Chandigarh, Delhi or elsewhere or in respect of Children/Wards/Dependents of pensioners of Haryana Govt. or in respect of the Children/Wards/Department of the employees of the Government of India posted at Chandigarh or in Haryana in connection with the affairs of Haryana Government, or in respect of Children/Wards/Dependents of the employees and retirees of the Statutory Bodies/Corporations of Haryana established by or under an Act of the State of Haryana or a Central Act and located at Chandigarh, Haryana or outside Haryana, should be by their respective Heads of Departments. 3. Candidates seeking admission in educational institutions (including medical and technical institutions) located in Haryana, may not be required to produce Resident Certificate, if they have passed the examination from a school/college situated in Haryana. For this purpose, a certificate of the Principal/Headmaster from concerned institution where the children/wards studied last should be considered sufficient. The Principal/Headmaster of the institution shall be competent to issue such certificate, which should be sufficient. 4. If a candidate is admitted on the basis of claim that he belongs to the State of Haryana but at any subsequent time is discovered that his claim was false, the student shall be removed from the institution, all fees and other dues paid up to the date of such removal shall be confiscated. The Principal/Headmaster may take such other action against the student and his/her parents/guardians as he may deem proper in the circumstances of any particular case.

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The children/wards/dependents of the employees of Punjab & Haryana High Court, who are discharging their duties in connection with the affairs of the State of Haryana and have not availed facility from their parent State, the State of Punjab and U.T. Administration Chandigarh, would also be eligible for grant of Resident Certificate of the State of Haryana only for the purpose of admission in academic/ technical/medical institutions of the State of Haryana. However, in that case the employees of the Punjab & Haryana High Court shall be entitled to draw this benefit at one place/State only. Head of the Department of the Punjab & Haryana High Court would be competent to issue such a certificate.

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Appendix-B
Sr. Name of the caste No. Sr. No LIST OF THE SCHEDULED CASTES IN HARYANA STATE Name of the caste Sr. Name of the caste Sr. Name of the caste No. No.

1. 5. 9. 10. 14. 18. 22. 26. 30. 34. 1. 4. 7. 10. 13. 16. 19. 22. 25. 28. 31. 34. 37. 40. 43. 46. 49. 52. 55. 58. 61. 64. 67. 70.

Ad Dharmi 2. Balmiki,Chura,Bhangi 3. Bangali 4. Brar,Burar,Berar Batwal, Barwala 6. Bauria, Bawaria 7. Bazigar 8. Bhanjra Chamar, Jatia Chamar, Rehgar, Raigar, Ramdasi, Ravidasi, Balahi, Batoi, Bhambi, Chamar-Rohidas, Jatav, Jatava, Bhatoi, Mochi, Ramdasia Chanal 11. Dagi 12. Darain 13. Daha, Dhaya,Dhea Dhogri,Dhangri,Si 15. Dhanak 16. Dumna, Mahasha, 17. Gagra, ggi Doom Gandiala,Gandhil, 19. Kabirpanth, Julaha 20. Khatik, 21. Kori, Koli Gondaloa Marija, Marecha 23. Mazhabi, Mazhibi 24. Megh, Meghwal 25. Nat, Badi Sikh Od 27. Pasi 28. Pema 29. Pherera Sanhai 31. Sanhal 32. Sansi, Bhedkut Manesh 33. Sansai Sapela, Sapera 35. Sarera 36. Sikligar, Bariya 37. Sirikiband
LIST OF BACKWARD CLASSES IN HARYANA (BLOCK-A)

Aheria,Aheir,Heri,Naik, Thori or Turi, Hari Bagria Baragi,Bairagi,Swami,Sadh Bhat, Bhatra, Darpi, Ramiya Chirimar

2. 5. 8. 11. 14.

Barra Barwar Battora Bhuhalia Lohar Chang Dhobis Dhosali, Dosali

3. 6. 9. 12. 15. 18. 21.

Beta, Hensi or Hesi Barai, Tamboli Bharbuja, Bharbhunja Changar Chimba, Chhipi, Chimpa Darzi, Rohilla Dakaut Faquir Ghasi, Ghasiara or Ghosi Gadaria, Pal, Baghel Jhangra -Brahman, Khati, Suthar, Dhiman, Tarkhan, Barhai, Baddi Kurmi Kanghera Lakhera, Manihar, Kachera Mochi Noongar Rehar, Rehara or Re Rechband Singhikant, Singiwala Teli Bhattu/Chattu Rahbari Udasin Dawala, Soni-Dawala, Nyearia

Diaya 17 Dhimar, Mallah, Kashyap Rajpoot, 20. Kahar Jhinwar, Dhinwar, Khewat, Mehra Nishad Sekka, Bhisti, Sheikh-Abbasi Gwaria, Gauria or Gwar 23. Gorkhas 26. Garhi Lohar 29. Joginath, Jogi, Nath, Jangum-Jogi. Yogi Kumhars, Prajapati Kuchband Lohar, Panchal Mirasi Nalband Raigar Shorgir, Shergir Sunar, Zargar, Soni Vanzara, Banjara Badi/Baddon Charan Ramgarhia Bhar, Rajbhar 32. 35. 38. 41. 44. 47. 50. 53. 56. 59. 62. 65. 68. 71.

Ghirath 24. Gawala. Gowala 27. Hajjam, Nai, Nais, Sain 30. Kanjar or Kanchan Kamboj Labana Madri Nar Pinja, Penja Rai Sikh Soi Thathera, Tamera Weaver (Jullaha) Mina Charaj (Mahabrahman) Rangrez, Lilgar, Nilgar, Lallari Nat (Muslim) 33. 36. 39. 42. 45. 48. 51. 54. 57. 60. 63. 66. 69.

At present Raigar, Mochi and Julaha castes find a mention in the list of the both scheduled castes and backward classes and it has been decided that persons belonging to theses castes, who are not covered under the scheduled castes being Non-Hindus or Non Sikh, can take the benefits under the backward classes only. (BLOCK B) : 1. Ahir/Yadav 2. Gujjar 3. Lodh/Lodha, Lodhi 4. Saini, Shakya 5. Meo

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State-wise List of fake Universities declared by the University Grants Commission Bihar 1. Maithili University/Vishwavidyalaya, Darbhanga, Bihar Delhi 2. Varanaseya Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, Varanasi (U.P.) Jagatpuri, Delhi 3. Commercial University Ltd., Daryaganj, Delhi 4. United Nations University, Delhi 5. Vocational University, Delhi 6. ADR-Centric Juridical University, ADR House, 8J, Gopala Tower, 25 Rajendra Place, New Delhi 7. Indian Institute of Science and Engineering, New Delhi Karnataka 8. Badganvi Sarkar World Open University Education Society, Gokak, Belgaum, Karnataka Kerala 9. St. Johns University, Kishnattam, Kerala Madhya Pradesh 10. Kesarwani Vidyapith, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra 11. Raja Arabic University, Nagpur, Maharashtra Tamil Nadu 12. D.D.B. Sanskrit University, Putur, Trichi, Tamil Nadu West Bengal 13. Indian Institute of Alternative Medicine,Kolkata Uttar Pradesh 14. Mahila Gram Vidyapith/Vishwavidyalaya, (Womens University) Prayag, Allahabad 15. Gandhi Hindi Vidyapith, Prayag, Allahabad (U.P.) 16. National University of Electro Complex Homeopathy, Kanpur (U.P.) 17. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose University (Open Univ.), Achaltal, Aligarh, U.P. 18. Uttar Pradesh Vishwavidyalaya, Kosi Kalan, Mathura (U.P.) 19. Maharana Partap Shiksha Niketan Vishwavidyalaya, Pratapgarh (U.P.) 20. Indraprastha Shiksha Prishad, Institutional Area, Khoda, Makanpur, Noida Phase-II, U.P. 21. Gurukul Vishwavidyalaya, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh Examinations of the following Boards not recognized for the purpose of higher studies : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. All India Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi Uttar Madhyama & Purva Madhyama of MDU Rohtak (Gurukul Jhajjar Scheme) Central Board of Higher Education, New Delhi Board of Adult Education and Training/Board Shiksha Sansthan, New Delhi Any Diploma/Exams. of Prachin Kala Kendra, Chandigarh Bhartiya Siksha Prishad, Lucknow Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, Prayag, Allahabad (U.P.) Indian Education Council of U.P., Lucknow

Note : This is not an exhaustive list of Fake Universities and Boards. Before finalizing the admissions the updated list of recognized examinations of the UGC and the Board of School Education, Haryana, Bhiwani is also required to be consulted.

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Annexure-I CHARACTER CERTIFICATE Name of the Department/College.SessionCertified that Mr./Miss/Mrsson/daughter of shri..has been a bonafide student of this Department/College during the periodHe/She appeared in the . Examination of the University/Board held in .under Roll Noand *passed obtaining........marks out of ..marks or *failed/*placed under compartment in the subject of .. 1. Academic Distinction, if any... 2. Co-curricular activities, if any. 3. Brief particulars of disciplinary action by College/Department/University (including punishments such as expulsion, warning, fined for violation of College/Department/Hostel rules, UMC/ Disqualification etc., if any 4. General Conduct during stay in the Institution: Good/Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory. Dated: Signature of the Principal School/College (with office seal) ________________________________________________________________________________________ *Strike out whichever is not applicable. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Annexure-II HARYANA GOVERNMENT Certificate Sr. No. /Year./Teh
Photo of Applicant to be Attested by the Issuing authority

SCHEDULED CASTE CERTIFICATE This is to certified that Shri/Smt./Kumari___________________________ son/daughter of Shri________________________resident of village/town ____________________________ Tehsil______________ District _________________ of the State/Union Territory ___________ belongs to the ________________Caste/Tribe, which is recognized as a Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe under the Constitution (Scheduled Castes) Order, 1950. Signature with seal of issuing Authority Full Name . Designation ... Address with Telephone No. with code . Place Dated Issuing Authority : Tehsildar-cum-Executive Magistrate, Naib Tehsildar-cum-Executive Magistrate Head of Department in case of Government employees

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Annexure-III HARYANA GOVERNMENT
Photo of Applicant to be Attested by the Issuing authority

Certificate Sr. No. /Year./Teh BACKWARD CLASS CERTIFICATE

This is to certified that Shri/Smt./Kumari_________________________________ son/daughter of Shri________________________resident of village/town ____________________________ Tehsil______________ District _________________ of the State/Union Territory ___________ belongs to the _________________________Caste. This caste is mentioned in the State list of BC Block _______________ (The applicant shall submit an affidavit that he/she falls/does not fall in creamy layer) Shri/Smt./Kumari ______________________ and/or his/her family ordinarily reside(s) _______________________ Village/Town __________________of Tehsil __________________ District __________________ of the State/Union Territory _______________________. in

This is to certify that he/she does not belong to the person/section (Creamy layer) as per State Govt. letter No.1170-SW(1)-95 dated 07.06.1995, No.22/36/2000-3GS-III dated 09.08.2000 & No.213-SW(1)-2010 dated 31.8.2010. Signature with seal of issuing Authority Full Name . Designation ... Address with Telephone No. with code . Place Dated Issuing Authority : Tehsildar or Naib Tehsildar Head of Department in case of Government employees -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The affidavit should be of the month of May 2012 or later.

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Annexure-IV MEDICAL CERTIFICATE FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER,_________________ No. ____________________ Dated ______________

Certified that Sh./Km./Smt _______________son/daughter/wife of Sh. ____________________ resident of ___________________________ District __________________________ appeared before the Medical Board for medical check up. On his/her Medical Examination, it is found that the nature of handicap/disability is______________% and (as applicable), is as under : 1. 2. 3. Blind or Low vision____________________________________________________ Hearing impairment____________________________________________________ Locomotor disability/cerebral palsy_______________________________________

Thus the candidate is physically handicapped as per standard norms of Haryana.

(Signature of the Applicant) Chief Medical Officer ___________, Haryana

Dated : ____________ Place : ____________

The handicap disability should not be less than 40% and should not interfere with the requirement of professional career such as Engineering/Architecture/Technician etc. .

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Annexure-V CERTIFICATE TO BE FURNISHED BY CHILDREN/GRAND CHILDREN OF FREEDOM FIGHTER Certified that Mr./Ms._____________son/daughter of Shri _____________________ resident of (Complete address) _________________Freedom fighter of Haryana (Identity No. _______) is father/grandfather of Mr./Ms._____________________of village/Town __________ Police Station ________Tehsil __________ District_________________ No. : _____________________ Dated : _____________________ Place : _____________________

Deputy Commissioner of concerned District of Haryana (Office Stamp) ........

Annexure-VI CERTIFICATE FOR THE EX-SERVICEMEN OF INDIAN DEFENCE SERVICES/PARA-MILITARY FORCES Certified that Number _____________Rank _________ Name ____________ son of Sh.________________ Father of ___________ Resident of Village______________ Post Office _________ Tehsil __________ Distt. ___________belonging to the State of Haryana, as per his/her service record at the time of entry into service, had served in the Army/Air Force/Navy/___________ (Name of the Para-Military Force) from _________ to_________ and subsequently discharged/retired from the service on _______________ as per his/her service record. At the time of entry into service the home address given is ___________ ________________) Haryana. (Distt.

Place : ________________________ Dated : ________________________

Signature Officer Commanding/ Competent Authority (with Official Seal)

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Annexure-VII AFFIDAVIT BY THE STUDENT I,_______(full name of the student with admission/registration/enrollment number) S/o, D/o Mr./Mrs./Ms._________________, having been admitted to _________(name of the institution), have received a copy of the UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009 (hereinafter called the Regulations) carefully read and fully understood the provisions contained in the said Regulations. I have, in particular, perused clause 3 of the regulations and am aware as to what constitutes ragging. I have also, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the regulations and fully aware of the penal and administrative action that is liable to be taken against me in case I am found guilty of or abetting ragging, actively or passively, or being part of a conspiracy to promote ragging. I hereby solemnly aver and undertake that : (a) I will not indulge in any behaviour or act that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. (b) I will not participate in or abet or propagate through any act of commission or omission that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. 5. I hereby affirm that, if found guilty of ragging, I am liable for punishment according to clause 9.1 of the Regulations, without prejudice to any other criminal action that may be taken against me under any penal law or any, law for the time being in force. I hereby declare that I have not been expelled or debarred from admission in any institution in the country on account of being found guilty of, abetting or being part of a conspiracy to promote, ragging; and further affirm that, in case the declaration is found to be untrue, I am aware that my admission is liable to be cancelled.

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4.

6.

Declared this _____________day of ____________month of__________ 2012. Signature of the deponent Name : VERIFICATION : Verified that the content of this affidavit are true to the best of my knowledge and no part of the affidavit is false and nothing has been concealed or misstated therein. Verified at (place)____on this the day of ___________(month of)_______ 2012.

Signature of the deponent Solemnly affirmed and signed in my presence on this the _____________ 2012 after reading the contents of this affidavit. OATH COMMISSIONER

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Annexure-VIII AFFIDAVIT BY PARENT/GUARDIAN I, Mr./Mrs./Ms_____________________________________________(full name of parent/guardian) father/mother/guardian of, (full name of student with admission/registration/enrollment number), having been admitted to (name of the institution) have received a copy of the UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009 (hereinafter called the Regulations) carefully read and fully understood the provisions contained in the said Regulations. I have, in particular, perused clause 3 of the regulations and am aware as to what constitutes ragging. I have also, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the regulations and am fully aware of the penal and administrative action that is liable to be taken against my ward in case he/she is found guilty of or abetting ragging, actively or passively, or being part of a conspiracy to promote ragging. I hereby solemnly aver and undertake that : (a) My ward will not indulge in any behaviour or act that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. (b) My ward will not participate in or abet or propagate through any act of commission or omission that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. 5. I hereby affirm that, if found guilty of ragging, my ward is liable for punishment according to clause 9.1 of the Regulations, without prejudice to any other criminal action that may be taken against me under any penal law or any, law for the time being in force. I hereby declare that my ward has not been expelled or debarred from admission in any institution in the country on account of being found guilty of, abetting or being part of a conspiracy to promote, ragging; and further affirm that, in case the declaration is found to be untrue, the admission of my ward is liable to be cancelled.

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Declared this _____________day of ____________month of__________ 2012. Signature of the deponent Name :________________ Address :_______________ Telephone/Mobile No._____ VERIFICATION Verified that the content of this affidavit are true to the best of my knowledge and no part of the affidavit is false and nothing has been concealed or misstated therein. Verified at Kurukshetra on this the ______________________ 2012.

Signature of the deponent Solemnly affirmed and signed in my presence on this the _____________ 2012 after reading the contents of this affidavit. OATH COMMISSIONER

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GROUP PERSONAL INSURANCE OF STUDENT PROPOSAL/NOMINATION PROFORMA (To be filled by the student) 1. Name and Address of Prosposer : Dean Students Welfare, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra. 2. Name and Permanent Address of the Student .. 3. Fathers Name . 4. Class and Section . 5. Class Roll No. .. 6. Any Disability (Please specify) .. 7. Period of Insurance : 2012-13 (01.08.12 to 31.07.13) 8. Sum Insured .Rs. One Lac 9. Name and Complete Address of Nominee/Assignee ... Relation with Insure I declare that the above information is true the best of my knowledge and belief and that I have disclosed all particulars affecting the assessment of the risk. I agree that this proposal and declaration shall be the basis of the contract between me and the company. I also declare that I do not suffer from any disability other than described above. Place. Dated Signature of the student Countersigned Director, Institute of ___________________. Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Dated: ADDRESS SLIPS
PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME AND MAILING ADDRESS IN THE THREE PLACES BELOW :

1. __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________

47 O M R SHEET SPECIMAN

48 Sr. No. ________ KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY KURUKSHETRA


Application Form for Admission to B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Yr./MBA 5-Yr./B. Pharmacy 4-Yr. : 2012 Last Date For Receipt of Application Form for B.A.LL.B.(Hons.). 5-Year, MBA 5-Year, B. Pharmacy 4-Year : 22.06.2012. Regn. No _____________ (To be filled in by the Dept.) Received on _____________ Sign of the receiver ______

Important: Candidates should study the instructions given in the Prospectus carefully before filling this Application Form. No column should be left unfilled. Write "N.A." against the column(s), which do not apply to you. Fill the Complete Form in BLOCK Letters in your own handwriting only.
For downloaded Form Bank DD No. Date Amount Affix Attested Photograph

1. Name of the Course ________________________________ 2. Name of the candidate ______________________________ 3. Father's name _____________________________________ 4. Mother's name ____________________________________ 5. Date of birth Date Month Age as on July 31,2012 Year

Years Months Days 6. Centre of Examination : Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra 7. Do you belong to All India Category or Haryana State Quota All India Category Haryana State Quota 8. Reserved Categories (for candidates belonging to Haryana State only): (Tick () in the appropriate box) (a) Scheduled Caste (d) Physically Handicapped (b) Backward Classes (Block A) (c) Backward Class (Block B) 9. Present (mailing) address _______________________________ _______________________________ Telephone No. ___________________ 10. Nationality ____________________ 11. Sex (Male/Female) _______________ 12. Have you ever been awarded any punishment for misconduct by a School/Board/College/University, if yes give details of the same Contd.. (e) Wards of ESM (f) Wards of Freedom Fighter Permanent address ________________________________ ________________________________ Email __________________________

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13. Fathers/Guardians particulars : (a) Occupation ________________________ (b) Annual Income (Rs.) __________________ 14. Write 'Yes', if Resident of Haryana or passed the Qualifying Examination from a recognized University located in Haryana, otherwise write 'No' (Please refer Appendix-C) 15. Academic Record:
Exam. Matric University/ Board Year of Passing Roll No. Subjects Marks obtained

Yes/No

Max. Marks

% age of Marks

10+2 or Equivalent Any other

Wherever letter grades/points are used, their equivalent percentage should also be given alongwith documentary evidence giving the relevant formula for conversion failing which application shall be treated as incomplete and liable to be rejected. Declaration by the applicant : I declare that entries made by me in this Application Form are true in all respects and in any case, any entry or information is found to be false, this shall entail automatic cancellation of my admission besides rendering me liable to such action as the university may deem proper. I note that my admission to the university and my continuance on its rolls are subject to the provision of the university and any other rules and instructions, which may be issued from time to time. I shall abide by the rules of discipline and proper conduct, which may be framed in this regard. I am fully aware of the law regarding ragging as well as the punishment and that if found guilty on this account, I am liable to be punished appropriately. I undertake that I shall not indulge in any act of ragging. Signature of the Father/Mother/Guardian Signature of the Applicant Dated __________________ Place __________________ FOR OFFICE USE ONLY ENTRANCE TEST MAXIMUM MARKS 100 MARKS OBTAINED RANK IN THE MERIT LIST

Category

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(Original) KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY, KURUKSHETRA ADMIT CARD FOR ENTRANCE TEST FOR ADMISSION TO B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Yr./MBA 5-Yr./ B.Pharmacy 4-Yr. : 2012 (To be filled in by the applicant in capital letters) Name of the Course .. Name of the Candidate...................................................... Fathers Name................................................................... Mothers Name ................................................................ ........................................ Signature of the Applicant (to be filled in by the office) Address of the Test Centre : ...................................................... Roll No. ............................................ ...................................................... Date of Entrance Test : ...................................................... Time : 11.00 a.m. Signature of the official allotting the Roll No. Director (Office Seal)

Affix Photograph duly attested

Note: To be retained by the candidate after the Entrance Test and must be brought at the time of counseling. INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Bring this Admit Card with you to the Test Centre. You will not be allowed to the test without the Admit Card. 2. Write accurately and legibly your Roll No. and Test Centre as given on this card on your answer sheets. 3. Please report to the Test Centre atleast half an hour before the commencement of the Test. 4. The Admit Card is provisional subject to fulfilling the prescribed eligibility conditions. (Duplicate) KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY, KURUKSHETRA ADMIT CARD FOR ENTRANCE TEST FOR ADMISSION TO B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) 5-Yr./MBA 5-Yr./ B. Pharmacy 4-Yr. -2012 (To be filled in by the applicant in capital letters) Affix Name of the Course .. Photograph Name of the Candidate...................................................... duly attested Fathers Name................................................................... Mothers Name ................................................................ ........................................ Signature of the Applicant (to be filled in by the office) Address of the Test Centre : ...................................................... Roll No. ............................................ ...................................................... Date of Entrance Test: ...................................................... Time:11.00 a.m. Signature of the official allotting the Roll No. Director (Office Seal)

Note: To be retained by the candidate after the Entrance Test and must be brought at the time of counseling. INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Bring this Admit Card with you to the Test Centre. You will not be allowed to the test without the Admit Card. 2. Write accurately and legibly your Roll No. and Test Centre as given on this card on your answer sheets. 3. Please report to the Test Centre atleast half an hour before the commencement of the Test. 4. The Admit Card is provisional subject to fulfilling the prescribed eligibility conditions.

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KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY, KURUKSHETRA ACKNOWLEDGEMENT CARD Ref. No................................... Dated. ................................... Your application for admission to _________________ course for the session 2012-13 has been received in this Department on ..................................... Your Registration No. is .. In all correspondence please quote the above Registration No. Authorized Signatory Institute of ______________________, K.U. Kurukshetra

SELF ADDRESS (to be filled in by the Applicant in capital letter) To _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________________________ ______________________Pin______________ From : Director, Institute of ___________________________, Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra-136119
Affix Postage Stamp of Rs.6/-

REGD. POST
Application for Admission to B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr./MBA 5-Yr./B. Pharmacy 4-Yr. : 2012 To The Director, Institute of ___________________________ Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra-136 119 From : Name ________________________ Address ________________________ ________________________

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Roll No. _______________ (For Entrance Test) (To be filled by the Candidate in BLOCK letters)

B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) 5-Yr./ MBA 5-Yr./ B. Pharmacy 4-Yr. : 2012 To _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ ________________________PIN _________ From : Director, Institute of ___________________________, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra-136 119
Affix Postage Stamp of Rs.5/-

Roll No. (For Interview) To

(To be filled by the Candidate in BLOCK letters) MBA 5-Yr.: 2012 _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _________________________PIN _________
Affix Postage Stamp of Rs.5/-

From : Director, Institute of ___________________________,

Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra-136 119