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JOINT ADMISSION BROCHURE – 2010

For admission to B. E. and B. Arch. Courses at

1. PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh


(Formerly Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh)

2. University Institute of Engineering and Technology,


Panjab University, Chandigarh.

3. University Institute of Chemical Engineering and


Technology, Panjab University, Chandigarh.
(formerly known as Deptt. of Chemical Engg. & Technology)

4. Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology,


Chandigarh.

5. Swami Sarvanand Giri Panjab University Regional


Centre, Hoshiarpur.

6. Chandigarh College of Architecture, Chandigarh.

Application Fees : Rs. 350/-

Last Date for On-line Receipt of Form :


26th June, 2010

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GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION

1. This Brochure contains the admission procedure and rules for the following
undergraduate courses:

Sr. Name of the Institution Courses


No.
1. PEC University of Technology, Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in
Chandigarh (i) Aeronautical Engineering
(Formerly Punjab Engineering (ii) Civil Engineering
College, Chandigarh) (iii) Computer Science & Engineering
http://pec.ac.in (iv) Electrical Engineering
(v) Electronics & Electrical
Communication Engineering
(vi) Mechanical Engineering
(vii) Metallurgical Engineering
(viii) Production Engineering
(ix) Information Technology
2. Chandigarh College of Engineering Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in
& Technology (CCET), (i) Computer Science & Engineering
Sector 26, Chandigarh (ii) Electronics & Electrical
http://ccet.ac.in Communication Engineering
(iii) Mechanical Engineering
(iv) Civil Engineering
3. Chandigarh College of Architecture Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.)
(CCA), Sector 12, Chandigarh
http://cca.nic.in

4. University Institute of Engineering & Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) and


Technology (UIET), 5 year Integrated B.E. MBA in
South Campus, Panjab University, (i) Biotechnology
Sector 25, Chandigarh (ii) Computer Science & Engineering
http://uiet.puchd.ac.in (iii) Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
(iv) Electronics & Communication
Engineering
(v) Information Technology
(vi) Mechanical Engineering
5. University Institute of Chemical Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in
Engineering & Technology (UICET), (i) Chemical Engineering
Panjab University, (ii) Food Technology
Sector 14, Chandigarh 5year Integrated B.E. MBA in
(formerly known as Deptt. of (i) Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engg. & Technology)
http://dcet.puchd.ac.in

6. Swami Sarvanand Giri Panjab Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in


University Regional Centre (i) Computer Science & Engineering
(SSGPURC), Bajwara, Hoshiarpur (ii) Electrical & Electronics Engineering
http://ssgpurch.puchd.ac.in (iii) Electronics & Communication
Engineering
(iv) Mechanical Engineering

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1.1 GENERAL ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS
(i) ACADEMIC

(a) For B.E. Courses

The admission to the First Semester B.E. Courses will be open to a candidate, who

(i) has qualified in the AIEEE-2010, conducted by the C.B.S.E., for admission to
these courses. (See Note 1 below)
(ii) has passed 10+2 or its equivalent examination with at least 60% marks in
aggregate (55% marks in case of S.C./S.T./Physically Challenged),
conducted by a recognized Board/University/Council in March/April 2010 and
not earlier than March/April 2008. (See Note 2 & 3 below)

(b) For B. Arch. Course

The admission to the First Semester B. Arch. Course will be open to a candidate, who

(i) has qualified in the All India Engineering/Pharmacy/Architecture Entrance


Examination (AIEEE-2010), with Architecture Aptitude test conducted by the
CBSE (See Note 1 below).

(ii) has passed an examination at the end of the new 10+2 scheme of Senior
School Certificate Examination or equivalent with Mathematics and English as
subjects of examinations at the 10+2 level (not earlier than March/April-2008)
with minimum 50% marks in aggregate; (See Note 2 & 3 below)
OR
has passed 3 year diploma in Architecture (10+3) (not earlier than April-
2008) recognized by the Central/State Governments provided the candidate
passed the Diploma examination with 50% marks in aggregate (See Note 2 &
3 below)).

NOTE :

1. A candidate must secure a minimum of 15 percent marks in the All India


Engineering/Pharmacy/Architecture Entrance Examination (AIEEE 2010) to qualify
for admission. However, candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/Tribes and
Physically Challenged categories shall be eligible if they secure a minimum of 10
percent marks in AIEEE 2010.

2. A candidate, who gets a compartment in the 10+2/Diploma in architecture


examination held in March/April, 2010 will not be eligible for admission even if he/she
clears the same (by appearing in the supplementary examination) before the
counseling dates.

3. Aggregate marks percentage in 10+2 or equivalent examination shall be worked out


as suggested by the certificate awarding Board/University/Council. If the
Board/University/Council awards letter grades without providing the equivalent
percentage of marks on the grade sheet, the candidate, should obtain a certificate
from the respective Board/University/Council specifying equivalent percentage
conversion formula, and submit the same at the time of counseling. In the absence of
such a certificate, the decision of the JAC regarding his/her eligibility shall be final.

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(ii) OTHER CONDITIONS

For admission to the B.E./B. Arch. courses, each candidate must


(a) bear a good moral character and should not have been debarred from any
institution/university,
(b) be an Indian National (except for those seats which are open to Foreign
Nationals/PIO/NRI),
(c) satisfy the prescribed medical standards of fitness as follows:
(i) Standard of Physique:
A candidate must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical
defect likely interfere with efficient performance of duties of his/her profession.

(ii) Standard of Visual acuity with or without glasses shall be:

Distant Vision Near Vision


Better Eye Worse Eye Better Eye Worse Eye
6/9 6/9 0/6 0/8
OR
6/6 6/12

The total amount of myopia including the cylinder shall not exceed – 600 D
The total amount of hypermetropia including the cylinders shall not exceed + 600 D.
Candidates desirous of seeking admission in UIET, SSGPURC and UICET (formerly known
as DCET) against Foreign Nationals/PIO/NRI seats for B.E. courses, who are present in
India, will compete amongst themselves for the seats reserved for them by appearing in the
AIEEE-2010. Those living abroad will be required to produce the test score of Scholastic
Aptitude Test II (SAT-II) with permissible combination of subjects, conducted by the
Educational Testing Service, Princeton, U.S.A. (In case one of the subjects is Mathematics,
it would be Mathematics IIC). Foreign Nationals/PIO/NRI shall have to comply with the
requirements of Govt. of India, if any, as well as those of Panjab University, Chandigarh as
prescribed by them from time to time.
Admission to PEC for students abroad (including NRIs who meet specified criteria) is being
done centrally by NITK, Surathkal this year. Please see www.nitk.ac.in for Direct Admission
of Students Abroad (DASA) scheme of the Government of India.
1.1.1 Inter-se Merit for Admission
The inter-se merit of the candidates for admission will be determined on the basis of rank
obtained in AIEEE-2010 only, except in the Sports Category and the categories of code 8 to
24 given in Annexure I (page 54).

1.2 Submission of Application Forms


1.2.1 All candidates desirous of seeking admission to all engineering and architecture
programmes at PEC, CCET, UIET, UICET (formerly known as DCET), SSGPURC and
CCA are required to submit their applications on-line. The application form and
information brochure are available on website www.chdenggadmissions.nic.in, The
application fee of Rs. 350/- (Rupees Three Hundred and Fifty only) in favour of Joint
Admission Committee – 2010 is to be deposited in the form of challan (generated on-line) in
any branch of State Bank of India throughout India. The candidate are required to bring the
duly signed copy of the confirmation slip generated during the on-line submission along with
original certificates (and a set of self-attested photocopies) at the time of counseling.

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Sports Category and son/daughters/spouses of Military/Paramilitary Personnel:
Only the candidates belonging to Sports Category and son/daughters/spouses of
Military/Paramilitary Personnel (code 8 to 24 given in Annexure I on page 54) are required to
send their confirmation slips and photocopy of challan along with self-attested photocopies
of the certificates as mentioned below (whichever applicable). The confirmation slip must be
signed by the candidate & his/her father/mother/guardian at specified places. The last date
for the submission of confirmation slips along with the required documents for these
categories is 30th June, 2010 up to 5.00 P.M. Submission can be done by hand in the
Admissions Office at PEC University of Technology, Sector 12, Chandigarh or sent by post
to The Chairman, Joint Admission Committee, PEC University of Technology, Sector 12,
Chandigarh so as to reach by 30th June, 2010. Incomplete/late received/unsigned
application, or application not supported by the requisite photocopies of the documents will
not be entertained.
All candidates will submit self attested photocopies of the following documents
along with the confirmation slip and original challan at the time of counseling:
(i) AIEEE – 2010 Result card (for all categories)
(ii) SC/ST certificate
(iii) Medical certificate of handicap for Physically Challenged candidates (refer para
2.2.3 & page 52)
(iv) Certificate as required for admission in the defence under the sub category of
sons/daughters/spouses/self of Military/Paramilitary personnel.
(v) Gradation certificate for sportspersons from Director of Sports, Union Territory of
Chandigarh for seeking admission against sports category in PEC, CCET and
CCA.
(a) For sports category seats of PEC/CCET/CCA/UIET/UICET/SSGPURC,
applicants must submit an affidavit (Annexure II on page 55 ) duly
attested by a Magistrate class I/II regarding his/her achievement in sports
on stamp paper of Rs 5/-. Besides the affidavit and sports certificates the
candidates should also submit photocopies of class X and XII certificates.
The applicant in sports category will also require to submit a photocopied
set of original receipt generated at the time of on-line submission of
application at the counter of PEC University of Technology. If the
candidate wants to apply both in the Institutes located in University and
PEC/CCET/CCA, he/she is required to submit two set of photocopied
documents along with the original receipt.
(vi) Single Girl Child, Cancer/AIDS patient and Kargil Martyrs certificate.
Important Note : All the certificates claiming reservation under various categories
must have been issued on or before the closing date, i.e. 26th June, 2010.
THE CANDIDATE SHOULD REFER TO PAGE No. 62 OF THIS BROCHURE
REGARDING THE DOCUMENTS WHICH HE/SHE HAS TO BRING AT THE TIME OF
COUNSELING:
1.2.2. The on-line application can be submitted on June 26th 2010.
1.2.3 The formats of some of the required certificates are printed in the brochure for the
guidance of the candidates. Separate certificates bearing the same data as specified
in these sample formats are also acceptable. Original certificates, as prescribed,
should be signed by the authorities mentioned therein, under the legible seal of
office.
1.2.4 In case, a candidate does not receive the AIEEE 2010 result card or the AIEEE
2010 result is delayed, the candidate must submit his/her application by the
last date. The candidate must, however, produce the AIEEE 2010 result card, in
original, at the time of counseling.

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Instructions & Procedure for Online Registration for Counseling 2010

1. All the eligible candidates on the basis of AIEEE 2010 results are required to register ONLINE through
Internet (http://www.chdenggadmissions.nic.in ) from places of their convenience. The detailed procedure is
described below:

Online Registration will be opened immediately after declaration of the result of AIEEE-2010 and can be done
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till 26.06.2010.
3. Candidate’s eligibility:

o General eligibility conditions as per 1.1 above.


o If candidate having valid All India Rank in Engineering Stream, they can register for Engineering
course only.
o If candidate having valid All India Rank in Architecture Stream, they can register for Architecture
course only.
o If candidate having valid All India Rank in Engineering & Architecture Stream, they can register either
in Engineering Course or Architecture course or both courses.

4. The candidate will register online by entering the following as indicated in the Admit Card.
o Name
o Roll number
o Application number
o Date of Birth
This data submitted by the candidate will be verified with the AIEEE-2010 database of CBSE. If this data
submitted by the candidates is found to match with AIEEE-2010 database of CBSE, then only the candidate
will be permitted to proceed further and the candidates is required to give his own password (as per
password policy)

The length of the password must be of 8-13 characters and must be a combination of alphabets, numeric and
special characters.

Next time, the candidate can login directly with Roll number as login ID and the chosen password as
Password. Whenever the candidates login, they have to Logout at the end.

Candidates are advised to record/remember their password for all future Logins. Confidentiality of the
password is the sole responsibility of the candidate and all care must be taken to protect its security.
Candidates are advised not to disclose or share their password with anybody. Neither PEC University of
Technology, Chandigarh nor NIC is responsible for violation or misuse of the password of the candidate.

If a candidate forgets his/her password, the additional information provided by the candidate at the time of
registration will be used to get the new password. Hence, every candidate has to enter the required
additional information as indicated in the registration form at the time of registration.

A candidate can change his/her password after login, if desired.

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5. There are three simple steps to Apply Online

Step 1: Fill the Online Application Form and note down the system generated registration number.

Step 2: Print the generated e-challan and make payment of fee by e-Challan of SBI in any branch of SBI.

Step 3: Take a printout of the computer generated filled Application Form (confirmation slip), complete it in all
respects and bring at the time of counseling.
Sports Category and son/daughters/spouses of Military/Paramilitary Personnel should
send
the computer generated filled Application Form (confirmation slip), complete in all respects to “The Chairman,
Joint Admission Committee, PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh, Sector-12, Chandigarh – 160
012, India “ by Speed Post/Registered Post or by hand.

6. The Counseling fee is Rs.350/-. Payment of fee to be made by e-Challan of SBI.

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Steps to be followed for fee payment through e-Challan
o Logon to the website, select the mode of payment as e-Challan and after clicking the submit
button, download the e-Challan in triplicate. Go to the Bank and pay the fee. The Bank will return
two copies of the e-Challan duly stamped. Keep your copy as proof of payment and attach the
Office copy to the Filled Application Form printed by you.
o Fill the Online Application Form.
o Fill the details of e-Challan.
o Take a printout of Filled Application Form and complete as per the instruction mentioned in Step 3.

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8. How to fill Application Form

After login, the personal data of the candidate will automatically appear on the screen as per AIEEE-
2010 data base. The candidate must verify his/her personal data. The candidate will be allowed only
once to change his/her personal data of category, sub-category, etc. in the following ways:
o Courses applying: Engineering/Architecture/Both as applicable.
o Place of passing +2 Examination: Chandigarh or Outside Chandigarh can be chosen as per
passing Examination.
o Category can be chosen as applicable.
o Change of gender is permitted if it is wrongly mentioned.
o Candidate has to enter marks details: aggregate % age of marks, Maximum Marks, Marks
obtained in +2 examination.
o Year of +2 passing (2008/2009/2010)
o Nationality
o Annual Income
o Contact details including mobile, email etc.

The following changes are not permissible under any circumstances

o Candidate’s name
o Mother’s name
o Father’s name
o Date of birth
o Roll number
o AIEEE Application No.
o AIEEE All India Rank
o AIEEE Marks

It is the sole responsibility of the candidate to verify his/her personal data as per documentary evidence. Once
this personal data is verified and submitted, the candidate will not be allowed to change the personal data under
any circumstances.

A candidate applying for both Engineering and Architecture courses should registered only once and chose
9. course applying for as Both (Engineering & Architecture).

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1.3 General Instructions
1.3.1 Every candidate must indicate in his/her application, the quota (for PEC, CCET &
CCA) and the categories of seat(s) applied for. If no mention is made about the
category in his/her application, the candidate will be considered only for the Open
Category. No candidate will be considered for admission against a category for which
he/she has not applied. However, a reserved category candidate could be
considered for admission against open seats as per his general merit position.
1.3.2 Admission of candidates of different categories will be made on the basis of the merit
list prepared on the basis of AIEEE-2010 rank, except in the Sports Category and the
categories of code 8 to 24 given in Annexure I (page 54).. All applicants must write
the AIEEE 2010 Roll Number/Rank legibly at appropriate place in the application
form. No application will be considered in the absence of this information, except as
provided in 1.2.4 above.
1.3.3 Candidates, who qualify AIEEE-2010, and are otherwise eligible for admission, will
be required to attend counseling according to their merit position on the days as
notified at the end of this brochure. All such candidates will be required to present
themselves in person before the counseling committee. They must produce, at the
time of counseling, all the Original Certificates and affidavits (refer page 62) required
in support of their claim for admission. They must bring with them three additional
recent photographs, of 5 cm × 4 cm size. Admitted candidates will require to deposit
the original certificates in the respective Institutes according to rules of the
participating Institutes. All candidates attending the counseling are required to bring a
Demand Draft for Rs. 1000/- (processing fee/counseling fee one time only, non-
adjustable and non-refundable) in favour of Joint Admission Committee - 2010
payable only at State Bank of India (02452), Chandigarh. The candidate must write
his/her name, AIEEE All India Roll No. on the reverse side of the draft before
submitting the same to the Joint Admission Committee (JAC) desk.
1.3.4 The allotment of branch at the time of admission will be made on the basis of
(i) his/her merit at the time of counseling and
(ii) the seats available in a particular branch at that time
1.3.5(a) If any seat(s) fall vacant after first round of counseling, the same will be filled up
strictly on the basis of merit and availability of seat in a particular branch. The
candidates desirous of seeking admission against such seat(s) will have to be
personally present for subsequent counseling, along with the original certificates and
fees deposit receipt on the dates as mentioned in the brochure.
(b) In case, a candidate has previously secured admission in another institution and,
because of this reason, is unable to produce his/her original certificates at the time of
attending the counseling for admission to PEC/CCET/CCA/UIET/UICET/SSGPURC,
he/she may be allowed provisional admission, provided he/she produces a
certificate, from the competent authority and on the authorized letter head of the
institution where he/she has taken admission, to the effect that all his/her original
certificates are lying with that institution, along with copies of his/her certificates
attested by a Group A gazetted officer. He/She will be required to submit his/her
original certificates within a week time of getting such provisional admission;
otherwise his/her admission shall stand automatically cancelled.
1.3.6 A candidate, who reports late on the scheduled day of counseling, or on any
subsequent date of counseling, will have no claim to a branch according to
his/her original merit position, but will be offered a seat in the branch where
the seats are available at the time he/she presents himself/herself before the
Admission Committee.
1.3.7 The admission of those eligible candidates, who do not deposit/produce the original
certificates (except as provided in 1.3.5 (b) above) and Demand Draft for Rs 1000/-,

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immediately after selection, shall stand automatically cancelled and vacancies so
caused shall be offered to the candidates next in order of merit. No correspondence
or appeals whatsoever shall be entertained in this regard. Attested copies of the
certificates or similar other documents will not be entertained for granting admission
to a candidate to the B.E./B.Arch. Courses.
1.3.8 Candidates passing their (10+2) or equivalent examination from Boards/Councils
other than CBSE or School Education Boards of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh
and Delhi States will have to submit migration certificate from the respective
Council/Board within a month from the date of provisional admission.
1.3.9 Candidates shall attend the counseling for admission at their own expenses.
1.3.10 All admissions to B.E./B. Arch. Courses shall be PROVISIONAL and subject to
approval by the competent authorities.
1.3.11 In case of any dispute regarding admissions to B.E./B. Arch. courses, the decision of
the Joint Admission Committee shall be final.

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PEC/CCET/UIET/UICET/CCA/SSGPURC

• Just the road to walk, for young aspirants.


• Rich learning environment.
• The hub of the best placements.
• Holy spot for the student community.
Enduring commitment, outstanding faculty.

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IMPORTANT POINTS

1. Candidates are advised to read the Admission Brochure and instructions


carefully, before applying on-line on website
www.chdenggadmissions.nic.in, The application fee of Rs. 350/- (Rupees
Three Hundred and Fifty only) in favour of Joint Admission Committee – 2010
is to be deposited in the form of e- challan in any branch of State Bank of India
throughout India. The candidate are required to bring the duly signed copy of
the application form (confirmation slip) generated during the on-line submission
along with original certificates (and a set of self-attested photocopies) at the
time of counseling.
2. Last date for on-line submission of applications is 26th June, 2010 up to 5.00
P.M.
3. Only the candidates belonging to Sports Category and son/daughters/spouses
of Military/Paramilitary Personnel (code 8 to 24 given in Annexure I on page 54)
are required to send their confirmation slips and photocopy of challan along
with self-attested photocopies of the required certificates. The confirmation slip
must be signed by the candidate & his/her father/mother/guardian at specified
places. The last date for the submission of confirmation slips along with
the required documents for these categories is 30th June, 2010 up to 5.00
P.M. Submission can be done by hand in the Admissions Office at PEC
University of Technology, Sector 12, Chandigarh or sent by post to The
Chairman, Joint Admission Committee, PEC University of Technology, Sector
12, Chandigarh so as to reach by 30th June, 2010.
4. Those candidates, who have passed the qualifying examination (10+2) from
schools/colleges located in the Union Territory, Chandigarh and recognized by
the Chandigarh Administration, are considered under the Chandigarh Quota
(for PEC/CCET/CCA only) and all other students who have passed their
qualifying examination from elsewhere, fall under the All India Quota.
There is no Chandigarh Quota for UIET/UICET(formerly known as
DCET)/SSGPURC.
5. The venue of counseling will be PEC University of Technology, Sector-12,
Chandigarh. The detailed schedules of counseling for Joint Admission are
given at the end of this brochure. No separate counseling letters will be
issued.
6. A candidate, who has not submitted his/her application for admission on the
prescribed format, by the prescribed last date and time, shall not be considered
for admission. Participating institutes shall not be responsible for any postal
delay or loss in transit.
7. All candidates are required to attend the counseling sessions on the specified
date and time (see counseling schedule). The candidates are required to come
to the counseling with the appropriate application form (confirmation slip) duly
signed and with all proper annexures as specified in this brochure.
8. The admission of a candidate, who does not deposit the original certificates
and Demand Draft as detailed in para 12 immediately after his/her selection,
shall stand automatically cancelled and vacancy so caused will be offered to
the candidates next in order of merit. No correspondence or appeals in this
connection will be entertained. In case, a candidate has previously secured

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admission in another institution and, because of this reason, is unable to
produce his/her original certificates at the time of attending the counseling for
admission to PEC/CCET/CCA/UIET/UICET(formerly known as
DCET)/SSGPURC, he/she may be allowed provisional admission, provided
he/she produces a certificate, from the competent authority and on the
authorized letter head of the institution where he/she has taken admission, to
the effect that all his/her original certificates are lying with that institution, along
with copies of his/her certificates attested by a Group A gazetted officer.
He/She will be required to submit his/her original certificates within a week time
of getting such provisional admission; otherwise his/her admission shall stand
automatically cancelled.
9. At the time of counseling, the candidate is required to bring a Demand Draft
for Rs. 1000/- (processing fee/counseling fee one time only, non-
adjustable and non-refundable) in favour of Joint Admission Committee –
2010, payable at State Bank of India (02452) Chandigarh. The candidate must
write his/her name, AIEEE All India Roll No. on the reverse side of the draft
before submitting the same to the Joint Admission Committee (JAC) desk. The
fees, as per the respective fees structure, is to be paid at the institute where the
candidate is offered admission on or before the last dates mentioned below:-
for 1st Counseling admission : 20th July, 2010
nd
for 2 Counseling admission : 4th August, 2010
rd
for 3 Counseling admission: on the spot payment (Rs. 40,000/- for
all Engineering courses and Rs.
10,000/- for Architecture courses in
the form of demand draft in favour of
Joint Admission Committee – 2010,
payable at State Bank of India
(02452) Chandigarh. This amount
will be adjusted by the respective
institutes against the fees.

failing which the seat allotted shall stand automatically cancelled.


10. CANCELLATION OF SEAT:
PEC/CCET/CCA: A candidate, who does not report for registration at the
respective institute in-person on the date and time specified for the purpose,
shall forfeit his/her seat. Please check the reporting day in the following section,
for the college/institute, you have been offered admission. In case, a student
leaves the institute/college after taking admission, he/she will be governed by
instructions/guidelines of respective institute regarding refund of fee etc.
UIET/UICET(formerly known as DCET)/SSGPURC: By the 10th day after the
start of the classes for a particular course, the names of those students who fail
to attend at least 33% of total lectures/practicals shall be put up on the
UIET/UICET(formerly known as DCET)/SSGPURC notice board. A student who
is short of attendance may give in writing, the reasons for absence from the
class at least two days before the next scheduled counseling, if any. If a
student does not submit an application in writing as stated above, or the
reasons produced by the student in the application are not found to be sufficient
and justified in the opinion of board of control, the admission shall be cancelled
by the board of control. All the seats thus falling vacant, shall be filled through
subsequent counseling if held.

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11. A candidate, who had been offered a seat in one of the participating institutes
in the first counseling and gets admission to another participating institute in the
second counseling, will have to deposit the fees afresh as in para 12 above.
He/She can get the refund of the fees from the previous college/institute as per
the rules of that college/institute. The candidates appearing for subsequent
counseling after payment of fees in the institute where he/she was offered
admission should bring the original fees deposit receipts at the time of
subsequent counseling(s).
12. The students, who want to avail the hostel facilities, should contact the
respective institute/college desk immediately after they have taken admission,
to book their seat in the hostel. It may not be possible to accommodate a
student in hostel, if he/she does not book a hostel seat on the same day and
does not follow the prescribed procedure for the same. The hostel
accommodation will be given as per University/participating Institute rules and
regulations.
13. Candidates are advised to visit the website for day to day information.

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• Ragging is strictly prohibited/punishable under


law. Guilty will be punished with fine and/or
expulsion from hostel/university.
• Smoke free campus. Smoking and drug
abuse is prohibited.
• To keep the campus clean and environment
friendly. We promote walking instead of
motoring vehicles use, avoid polythene bags
and littering.

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SECTION: A
UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY (UIET),
UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY,
(UICET)(FORMERLY KNOWN AS DEPTT. Of CHEMICAL ENGG. & TECH.)
SWAMI SARVANAND GIRI PANJAB UNIVERSITY REGIONAL CENTRE,
BAJWARA, HOSHIARPUR, (SSGPURC)
OF
PANJAB UNIVERSITY (P.U.), CHANDIGARH

About Panjab University, Chandigarh


Founded in 1882 at Lahore and shifted to Chandigarh in 1956, the Five Star
NAAC accredited Panjab University was the fourth teaching and affiliating
University on the Indian Subcontinent under British rule. This Inter state Corporate
body, substantially supported by Central Government, is drawing students from all
over the country. Stretched over 500 acres, the university offers education and
research facilities in various disciplines like engineering, medical, sciences, bio-
sciences, management, pharmaceutical sciences, law, arts and languages
through regular courses as well as through correspondence and part time evening
courses backed by faculty of national and international repute getting exposure to
a variety of academic, cultural and youth leadership programmes. Well equipped
laboratories offer research facilities comparable to world standards. The
beautifully laid compact campus with modern amenities in pollution-free
environment of the university is envy of any one. The university library with 2
Mbps internet connectivity for access to huge research reported the world over
and with 24 hour access, is one of the largest library in Asia. Other amenities
include extensive modern hostels (about 5000 seats), vast play grounds,
swimming pool of international standards, gymnasium, dispensary, market and
banking etc. University has networked itself with universities/institutes of national
and international repute.

About UIET
Started in 2002, measuring up to high standards of university, the institute has
set quality standards in technical education. The highly qualified faculty is the
backbone of institute. Well equipped laboratories provide the exposure to the
students towards practical aspects of engineering. State of art computer facilities,
independent broad band internet connectivity provide ample scope for students to
learn round the clock. Wi-Fi has reduced locational dependence of the students.
In fact students with laptops avail the facility in the institute as well as in the
hostels. With the updation/revision of syllabi, more practical activities have been
made computer based. Engineering Drawing using AUTOCAD has been made
compulsory for students of all branches in the first year.
Institute has good liaison with industry. M/s. Bharti group of industries has set
up chair in telecommunication to boost research in Tele communication. The
institute is member of Campus Connect programme of M/s Infosys, Bangalore.
The program supports Faculty training in industry, project guidance to students,
curricula inputs, industry perspective of teaching-learning and expert lecture
inputs. Lately Institute has signed MOU with University of Western Australia for

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exchange of students and faculty alongwith joint research projects. The Institute
has several research projects funded by Department of Science & Technology,
Department of Information Technology, AICTE etc. Further details are available
on the institute website http://uiet.puchd.ac.in.
TENTATIVE FEE, 2008-2009 (Yearly)
Class Open & other reserved NRI Category
categories
B.E. Rs.67992/- (approx.) $ 6530/- + Rs.14667/ -
(approx.)
Five Year Integrated B.E Rs.67992/- (approx.) $6530/- + Rs.14667/-
with M.B.A. (approx.)
*The above fee structure was applicable during the year 2010-2011 which is likely
to change by the Competent Authority in the year 2010-2011. The draft of the fee
be prepared in favour of the Registrar, Panjab University, Chandigarh preferably
payable on State Bank of India, Panjab University, Sector-14, Chandigarh (Code
No.0742).
In addition to the above fee, the admitted candidates will also have to deposit a
sum of Rs.500/- in cash of UTECHNOS Society.
Amount to be paid at the time of admission will be available on the website on or
before 30.6.2010 and also displayed at the time of counseling
About UICET
The University Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Panjab
University (formerly known as Deptt. of Chemical Engg. & Tech.)
(http://dcet.puchd.ac.in), is a premier engineering education institute in Northern
India with highly qualified, distinguished and eminent faculty, and excellent
laboratory and infrastructure facilities. Most of the faculty members have a Ph.D. -
from prestigious institutions in India, Canada, and USA. The Institute was set up in
1958 in collaboration with the Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago, USA, and
continues to maintain global standards of excellence in education and research.
The Institute has attained a status of eminence in fields related to chemical
engineering and its alumni are occupying prestigious positions in industry,
academia, R & D, consultancy – in India and around the world. The faculty
members maintain close interaction with industry, government, statutory
organizations etc. and contribute extensively to research, industrial consultancy
and public policy. The Institute has received several research and infrastructure
development grants from the Department of Science & Technology, Government
of India. The Institute has an excellent student placement record.
*Total Fee : (Yearly) Open & other reserved categories NRI category
B.E. (Chemical) Rs 15227/- $5600+Rs.6442/-

B.E. (F.T.) Rs 15227/- $5600+Rs.6442/-

Five Year Integrated B.E. Rs.70687/- $5600+Rs.6442/-


(Chem.) with MBA
In addition to fee, the admitted candidates will also require to deposit a sum of
Rs.1000/- in the form of Bank draft in favour of President, Chemical Engg.
Society by 31st August 2010.
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* The given fees structure was applicable during the year 2009-2010, which is likely
to be revised.
About SSGPURC
The University started its 2nd Technical Institute in Kandi Area of Punjab at
Hoshiarpur from the session 2006-2007. The campus has been started keeping in
mind objective of upliftment of rural students through technical education, quality
training programs in need based modern technology, inculcation of moral, ethical
and spiritual values in education at all levels. The campus has been established in a
beautiful lush green environment with state-of-the-art Infrastructure. The institute
offers B.E. Course in Computer Science Engineering, Electronics & Communication
Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical & Electronics Engineering. It has
well equipped Computer Science, Electronics, Mechanical, Electrical, Physics and
Chemistry Laboratories to train the students. Along with other infrastructure the
Centre has Workshop facilities, Library, Health Centre and Student Bus facility.
State-of-the-art Computer facilities, independent Broad Band Internet connectivity
and Wi-Fi helps students to access the Internet services beyond location barriers.
The students under going the course are able to study in the conducive environment
& infrastructure befitting the level of the Panjab University under the able guidance of
well qualified faculty. The institute has research oriented faculty having Govt. funded
Research Projects. The campus is also connected with the Hot-Line i.e. 24 hours
uninterrupted power supply from PSEB. With first batch of Institute passing out in
2010, many students have been placed in reputed companies with good packages.

TENTATIVE FEE, 2009-2010 (Yearly)


Class Open & other reserved categories
B.E. all courses Rs. 68062/-* (approx.)

In addition to fee, the admitted candidates will also require to deposit a sum of Rs.
500/- in the form of Bank draft in the favor of "SSGPURC Students Society”,
payable at Hoshiarpur.

* The given fees structure was applicable during the year 2009-2010, which is likely
to be revised.

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1. Distribution of seats at UICET :

Sr. No. UICET

Food Technology
5 year integrated
Engineering

BE (Chem.)
Category

with MBA
Chemical
1. Open Category 51 21 18
2. Scheduled Castes 13 5 04
3. Scheduled Tribes 6 3 02
4. Physically Handicapped 3 1 1
5. Sports 4 2 1
6. Defence Personnel 4 2 1
7. Riots Victim 2 1 1
8. Freedom Fighter 2 1 1
Foreign National 11 5 -
9.
/PIO/NRI
10. Kashmiri Migrant* 1 1 1
11. Cancer/AIDS patient * 1 1 1
12. Single Girl child* 1 1 1

An additional seat created by the Syndicate for the candidates in each course who are otherwise eligible.

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2. Distribution of seats : SSGPURC
Distribution of seats for SSGPURC, Hoshiarpur

CATEGORY ECE CSE Mech EEE

OPEN/GEN 43 43 43 45

EWS** 3 3 3 3

SC 10 10 10 11

ST 5 5 5 6

PH 2 2 2 2

SPORTS 3 3 3 4

DEFENCE PERSONNEL 3 3 3 4

RIOTS VICTIM 1 1 1 1

FREEDOM FIGHTER 1 1 1 1

KASHMIRI MIGRANT* 1 1 1 1

CANCER / AIDS* 1 1 1 1

SINGLE GIRL CHILD* 1 1 1 1

TOTAL 74 74 74 80

* An additional seat created by the Syndicate for the candidates in each course who are otherwise eligible.
** 5% additional seats available for meritorious students belonging to economically weaker section of the society who are otherwise eligible.

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1.3 For UIET

Communication

Biotechnology
Electronics &

Engineering
Engineering

Engineering

Engineering
Technology
Information

Electrical &
Electronics

Mechanical
Science &
Computer
Sr. Category
No.

B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E. B.E.
MBA MBA MBA MBA MBA MBA
Open Category 63 6 63 6 63 6 45 6 45 6 45 6
1.
5** 5** 5** 4** 4** 4**
2. Scheduled Castes 15 2 15 2 15 2 11 2 11 2 11 2
3. Scheduled Tribes 8 1 8 1 8 1 6 1 6 1 6 1
4. Physically Handicapped 3 - 3 - 3 - 2 - 2 - 2 -
5. Sports 5 1 5 1 5 1 4 1 4 1 3 1
6. Defence Personnel 5 1 5 1 5 1 4 1 4 1 3 1
7. Riots Victim 2 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 1 -
8. Freedom Fighter 2 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 1 -
9. Foreign National/PIO/NRI 5 - 5 - 5 - 3 - 3 - 3 -
10. Kashmiri Migrant* 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 -
11. Cancer/AIDS patient * 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 -
12. Single Girl child* 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 -
* An additional seat created by the Syndicate for the candidates in each course who are otherwise eligible will be subject to the approval of the competent authority.
** 5% (Freeship) additional seats available for meritorious students belonging to economically weaker section of the society who are otherwise eligible.

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2. 2. Open and Reserved Seats
The number of seats in each course offered in the University Institutes, as announced in this
admission brochure, shall be strictly adhered to, except for such minor adjustment as may be
necessary on account of rounding off of fractions to accommodate reservations, as given
below:-
(A) 60.5% of the seats in each course shall be treated as belonging to the Open Category.
(B) 39.5% seats shall be treated as belonging to the Reserved Categories, as per details
given below:
(i) 15% for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes.
(ii) 7.5% for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Tribes.
Interchangeability and transfer of seats:
(a) In the Reserved Category given at (i) & (ii) under paragraph 2(B), i.e. Scheduled
Castes and Scheduled Tribes, the seats shall be regarded as ‘interchangeable’.
That is to say, if a sufficient number of eligible candidates are not available to fill
up the seats reserved for Scheduled Tribes, seats may be filled up from among
the eligible candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and vice versa.
(b) The vacant seats in the reserved categories as remain unfilled shall be
transferred to open categories during third counseling after offering admission to
eligible candidates of reserved categories. Any additional seat(s), if created for
the reserved categories shall stand cancelled in such a case.
NOTE: Seats in reserved categories will be included in the general categories
right from the beginning of the admission in case there were no candidates
belonging to these categories having qualified the entrance test were available.
(iii) 3% for Physically Handicapped candidates: The handicapped candidates should
have a minimum of 40% disability duly certified by the Medical Board of P.U. Health
Centre. All physically handicapped person shall produce a certificate of their
permanent physical disability from a Civil Surgeon of a District/Director/Principal or a
Professor of a Medical College affiliated to University or an institution of national
importance provided that the claimant in this category is otherwise capable to pursue
the course for which the admission is sought.
(iv) 5% on the basis of achievement in Sports (as per guidelines).
(v) 5% (for all the under-mentioned categories taken together) for candidates who fall in
one of the following categories (which are given here in order of precedence):
(a) Sons/Daughters/Spouses of such defence personnel, para-military personnel like
CRPF/BSF and Police personnel etc. who died in action while on duty. Only
those who were wholly dependent on such personnel shall be considered.
(b) Sons/Daughters/Spouses as are wholly dependent on such Defence personnel
who were incapacitated/died while in service. Defence personnel incapacitated
(will mean incapacitation leading to the discharge of the person by authorities
concerned) while in service.
(c) Such Sons/Daughters/Spouses of ex-servicemen (Defence and para-military
personnel like CRPF/BSF etc.) as are wholly dependent on them.
(d) Defence personnel incapacitated (will mean incapacitation leading to the
discharge of the person by authorities concerned) while in service.
(e) Such Sons/Daughters/Spouses of serving defence personnel and para-military
personnel like CRPF/BSF etc. as are wholly dependent on them.
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(f) Ex-servicemen
Ex-servicemen means a person who has served in any rank whether as a
combatant or non-combatant in the regular Army, Navy and Air Force of the
Indian Union:-
(a) who retired from the service after earning his/her pensions; OR
(b) who has been boarded out of the service on medical grounds attributable to
military service or circumstances beyond his control and awarded medical or
other disability pension OR
(c) who has been released from the service as a result of reduction in
establishment OR
(d) who has been released from the service after completing the specific period
of engagement (otherwise than at his own request or by way of dismissal or
discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency) and has been given a
gratuity.
Territorial Army Personnel of the following categories shall also be
considered as ex-servicemen;
(a) pension holders for continuous embodied service;
(b) Disabled Territorial Army Personnel with disability attributable to military
service
(c) Gallantry award winners.
(vi) 2% for Sons/Daughters/Husband/Wife/Brothers/Sisters of persons killed/
incapacitated in November, 1984 riots and of persons killed/incapacitated in terrorist
violence in Punjab and Chandigarh or subject to any other criteria approved by the
University. A Certificate from the District Magistrate to this effect must be submitted
by the candidate. Migrant Card alone is not enough.
(vii) 2% for the Children/Grand children of freedom fighters who have been sanctioned
pension by Central/State Govt. or awarded Tamra Patra by Government of India or
those who have been certified to be freedom fighters by the Centre/State
Governments.
(viii) As per the syndicate decision, one additional seat in each course has been
created for Kashmiri Migrants. A candidate seeking admission against this
seat is required to produce a certificate from the deputy commissioner/relief
commissioner of the concerned district to the effect that the candidate belongs
to a migrant family from Jammu & Kashmir. The admission of a candidate
against this category shall be provisional subject to verification of his/her
above mentioned certificate by the issuing authority or subject to the approval
of the competent authority.
(ix) An additional seat for the single girl child for admission to a given course in the
Panjab University and its affiliated colleges provided she is otherwise eligible from all
angles. The reservation in favour of the girl child whether A SINGLE GIRL OR
SUBJECT TO ANY OTHER CRITERIA APPROVED BY THE COMPETENT
AUTHORITY. A copy of an affidavit on a stamp paper worth Rs.20/- duly attested by
Ist Class Magistrate, to be obtained from the parents of the girl child is also enclosed
(see page 53).
(x) An additional seat for the Cancer/AIDS patient for admission to a given course in the
Panjab University and its affiliated colleges provided he/she is otherwise eligible.The
students will submit a certificate with proof from the National Medical Institute like
PGI, AIMS or subject to the approval of the competent authority.
(xi) In addition, freeship to 5% students in each course is also available for meritorious
students belonging to economically weaker sections of the society.
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For purpose of above concession, candidate should have passed the qualifying
examination in First class (60% marks- proof to be attached) and the total family
income from all sources should not exceed Rs. one lakh per year. For proof of family
income from all sources the income certificate shall be accepted when issued by the
competent authority, which shall mean Deputy Commissioner/ Tehsildar /SDM or the
employer as the case may be. In addition to this, an affidavit duly attested by a
magistrate, giving full details of total family income should also be submitted with the
admission form. The candidates admitted under this category shall be exempted
from payment of tuition fee. However, such candidates shall be required to pay other
funds as are being paid by other candidates. Candidates holding yellow cards/ yellow
ration cards would be given preference over other candidates provided other merit
conditions remain the same.
For continuation of the freeship in the subsequent years, the students must pass the
previous examination with 60% marks in the aggregate. Further, the students should
have passed the examination in first attempt i.e. should not have any
reappear/compartment.
Explanation:
While working out the percentage of seats in the reserved categories as given above, if the
number arrived at contains a fraction, this shall be resolved as follows:-
If the fraction is 0.5 or more, it shall be rounded off to 1; if it is less than 0.5, it shall be
ignored. This shall, however, not affect the total number of seats in the open category. To ensure
this, if the total number of seats after making this adjustment exceeds the prescribed number fixed
for the course, the necessary additional seats shall be created with the prior permission of the
DUI/Vice-Chancellor. Such seats, if created, shall be treated as additional only for the year in
question.
3. ADDITIONAL SEATS FOR FOREIGN NATIONALS/PERSONS OF INDIAN ORIGIN
(PIO)/NRI CANDIDATES :

3.1 Only the following categories or classes of persons will be eligible for admission
against the NRI Quota and all admissions be made accordingly :-
(i) Foreign nationals i.e. nationals or citizens of countries other than India who are not
persons of Indian origin.
(ii) Persons of Indian origin who are citizens of countries other than India and hold the
passport of the country concerned.
(iii) Children, i.e., sons and daughters of persons of Indian origin (who may, or may not, be
citizens of countries other than India), provided they have resided in a country other than
India for a minimum period of three years immediately preceding the year of admission in
the University.
3.2
(i) Seats in this category will not be converted into open category.
(ii) Foreign Nationals/PIO/NRI candidates of foreign nationality shall have to comply with visa
requirement of Govt. of India.
(iii) Foreign Nationals/PIO/NRI candidates shall also have to comply with any other
requirements prescribed by the Govt. of India and Panjab University, from time to time.
3.3 Foreign Nationals/PIO/NRI candidates shall provide the following certificates/ documents:
(i) Academic certificate of passing the qualifying or equivalent examination as prescribed for
each course to which admission is being sought.
(ii) Test score of Scholastic Aptitude Test II (SAT-II). The score in SAT-II would be normalized
at par with the corresponding test held by CBSE, AIEEE.-2010 in case of applicants from
abroad.
(iii) Payment of prescribed tuition fees (payable annually) and all other dues and charges in
full to the Panjab University, Chandigarh immediately after the admission is granted to the

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candidate as also during the subsequent year of study. Tuition fee shall be paid in U.S.
Dollars/Pounds/Sterling/Euros or equivalent amount in Indian currency with a bank
certificate for encashment of foreign currency through Bank Draft in favour of the
Registrar, Panjab University, Chandigarh. In addition to tuition fees he/she shall also pay
all other dues and charges to the Panjab University as payable by other students of the
same class belonging to same category in foreign currency or in Indian Rupees, as per
university rules and regulations.
4. GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSIONS TO THE RESERVED CATEGORY OF SPORTS
Five percent seats of the total number of seats in each course are reserved under this category.
No benefit on the basis of sports shall be given to candidates not applying for admission in this
category.
1. Each applicant applying for admission in this category shall along with the application
form will submit self attested photocopy of sports certificates, class X and class XII detail
marks certificates showing date of birth. The applicant will also require to submit the
photocopies of form submitted at the PEC counter alongwith the original set of form. A
complete set of photocopied applictions will be sent to the office of Director, Physical
Education, Campus Sports, Panjab University Gymnasium, Chandigarh. The Director,
Physical Education, Campus Sports can reject the application form which it regards as
incomplete. The affidavit of sports achievement (Annexure II), page 55, must be
submitted along with the application.
2. The DUI has the authority to cancel admission at any time, if it is found that the candidate
obtained such admission on the basis of a false certificate or incorrect statement/record.
3. Students seeking admission under this category will be considered for admission only in
the games and disciplines in which the Panjab University sends its teams for participation
in the Inter-University Tournaments (For the inclusion of such games and disciplines,
(Annexure-III), page 56.
4. Reservation under Sports category is meant only for those active* sports persons who
would participate in the Campus, University, National, International level, Sports
Tournaments. Such students will be considered for admission only if:
(i) their achievement in sports relate to their activities in any of three years immediately
preceding the year of admission (relaxable to 4 years in exceptional cases, on merit,
for outstanding sports persons)**

(ii) if they are otherwise also eligible for participation in Inter College, Inter-University,
National and International Sports Tournaments as per Association of Indian
University rules (Annexure IV), page 57.

(iii) their achievement in sports must be supported by continuous and sequential


participation in sports in the same discipline and

(iv) if the performance of the candidate in trial is not satisfactory, the candidate can be
rejected.

5. A committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor shall screen all the applications under this
category through interviews and by holding actual trials in the respective games on the
University Grounds as per schedule of trial given in Annexure III.*** Only such applicants
will be allowed to appear for interviews and actual sports trials, whose applications are in
conformity with the requirements/qualifications mentioned in the Guidelines. No separate
intimation will be sent for actual sports trials. Applicants are to appear for interview
with all original sports certificates. No certificates on letter pad/letter head will be accepted.

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6. The Director Physical Education, Campus Sports, Panjab University shall take an
undertaking in the form of an Affidavit (Annexure VI A) on a Stamp paper of Rs. 5/- duly
attested by the Magistrate Class I/II from the students that they will attend the grounds
regularly and would also participate in the Inter-College, Inter-University, National and
International sports tournaments when required. Their admission would be liable to be
cancelled if the terms of undertaking thus given are not adhered to.
___________________________________________________________________________________
* Means a person attending the grounds regularly so as to prepare himself/herself for participation in the Inter-
college and Inter-University Tournaments.
** Securing first three positions in All India Inter-University, National Championship and Seniors International
competition.
*** For trial dates, the candidate may contact the Director, Sports Department, Panjab
University,Chandigarh. The trial dates will be displayed on admission website by 30.06.2010. However, the tentative date
for trial is July 8 & 9, 2010.

7. The order of precedence in the selection of candidates for admission will be as per
Annexure V.
(i) A student falling under category ‘A’ shall be placed higher in merit than a student
falling under category ‘B’ similarly a student falling under category ‘B’ shall be
placed higher in merit than a student falling under category ‘C’ and so on.
(ii) Likewise, within each category a student falling in category ‘A’ (1) will be placed
higher in merit than a student falling in category ‘A’ (2) and so on.
(iii) A student who attains first position in a competition shall be rated higher in merit
than the one who gets second position in a competition of the same level.
Similarly, second position will be rated higher in merit than the third in the same
level of competition and so on.
(iv) If there is a tie within the same category, this tie shall be resolved by considering
*
the “academic merit” of the students.
8. In the case of individual sports disciplines, position in individual events will be
considered for gradation and not the position of the team as a whole.
9. The inter-se-merit of the candidates seeking admission to any course under the
reserved category of Sports shall be determined only on the basis of their merit in
Sports as per grading criteria in Annexure V.
10. The case of sports persons with achievements in games/disciplines not included in
**
Annexure-III but excelling at National/International level may be considered by the
Vice-Chancellor for admission to a particular course by creating additional seats to the
extent of 2% seats in that course. These seats shall be treated as being in addition to
the approved strength of the course in that year only.
11. Regular attendance not less than 75% in sports grounds for all those students admitted
against reserved category of sports shall be a condition precedent for appearing in the
examination.
12. When a student is required to abstain from the Department for participation in Inter
College/ Inter-University/National/International Sports Tournaments, he/she should seek
prior permission of the Chairperson of the Department of which he/she is the student.

*
(i) Where there is entrance test tie shall be resolved by considering marks obtained in entrance test only.
(ii) Where there is no entrance test tie shall be resolved by considering marks obtained in qualifying
examination only.
**
Excelling at National/International level means securing only first position at national level in the junior and senior
tournament conducted by respective national federation which is recognized by the Indian Olympic Association and
representing the country in the International Junior/senior tournament recognized by the International Olympic
Committee.
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13. If a student admitted under the reserved category of Sports, remains absent from the
grounds for regular practice for a continuous period of seven days without leave, his/her
name shall be struck off the rolls by the Chairperson of the concerned Department on
the recommendation of the Director Physical Education, Campus Sports.
14. Deficiency of equal number of lectures (theory and practicals), seminars, tutorials, etc.,
shall be condoned for sportspersons for attending coaching camps for preparation and
participation in various tournaments of the Campus, Inter-University, National and
International level.
15. In case a student does not attend the grounds for practice or does not participate in the
P.U. Campus Sports Activities (including Campus Annual Athletic Meet),Inter-College
Competition, Inter-University tournaments on medical grounds, the medical certificate
issued by the University Chief Medical Officer will only be accepted.

If a sports person attends the department, he/she should also report to the ground. In
such cases, his/her medical certificate will not be accepted and his/her admission to
the department shall be liable to be cancelled.

5. GUIDELINES FOR SCHOLARSHIP


The institute offers a number of merit as well as merit-cum means scholarships. The
scholarships are: Smt. Somawati & Sh. Thakur Dass Farwaha Memorial Scholarship,
Shanti Rani Sahni Scholarship, Scholarship to the topper of the university exam in each
branch of Ist, 2nd & 3rd year, Abhishek Sethi Memorial Award to the topper in UIET. Financial
assistance to SC/ST Candidates in UIET & SSGPURC is also given.

6. Amount to be paid at the time of admission for UIET/UICET/SSGPURC will be


available on the website on or before 30/06/2010 and also will be displayed on the
NOTICE Board at the time of counseling.

The Classes in UIET/UICET (FORMERLY KNOWN AS DCET) will start from 16.07.2010
tentatively.

7. RULES FOR REFUND OF FEES


(i) Students leaves before the last counseling:

Full fee deposited by the student shall be refunded after deduction Rs.1000/- as processing
charges and proportionate deduction depending upon the period he remained on University
rolls.
(ii) Students leaves after last counseling:

(a) Full fee deposited by the students shall be refunded after deducting Rs.1000/- as processing
fee and proportionate deduction in case full seats were not filled up in the last counselling.
(b) 50% of the fee deposited by the student shall be refunded after deducting Rs.1000/-
processing fee and proportionate deduction, in case full seats were filled up in the last
counselling.
Note: The last date for submitting refund form is 30th November, 2010 (for refund form, see
page 68 and 69)

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(iii) In case, the candidate is admitted in the Foreign/PIO/NRI category and leaves the course &
the seat vacated by a candidate is filled by granting admission to another applicant against
the vacated seat, the tuition fee may be refunded to the person who had sponsored the
candidate after deduction of 10% of the tuition fee as administrative charges. In case a seat
vacated by such a candidate is not filled, the tuition fee may be refunded after deduction of
25% of the tuition fee as administrative charges. This will be applicable only in the case
where the candidate has left the University Department/Institute/Centre/Regional Centre and
did not join any other course in the Panjab University. All other funds and charges including
Development Fund, in no case, shall be refunded. For this purpose, he/she must apply for
refund on the prescribed refund application form through the Head of the Department to the
Asstt. Registrar Account-II within 10 working days from the date of deposit of fee. However,
all other funds & charges including development fund, shall not be refunded under any
circumstances, except refundable Library Security.
(iv) If a student originally gets admission in a University Department/Institute/Centre/ Regional
Centre under Foreign/PIO/NRI or in General/Reserve Category and leaves the same for
joining another course in the same department or another Department/Institute
/Centre/Regional Centre in the Panjab University during subsequent counseling’s of
Foreign/PIO/NRI category or in General/Reserve Category, his/her tuition fee, registration
fee and other charges including Development Fund shall be adjusted on admission in the
later course/Department/Institute/Centre/Regional Centre in the same session only. If there
is any excess amount still left after the fee adjustment i.e. balance sum if any, shall be
refunded after the deduction of Rs.500/- (Rs. Five hundred only) as Administrative charges
to the candidate.
Provided:-
i) If a student shifted from NRI etc. category to General/Reserved Category, his/her
registration fee and development fund of Foreign/PIO/NRI category shall be adjusted in the
later/same Department/Institute/Centre/Regional Centre of the Panjab University but shall
not be refunded under any circumstances.

ii) In case a student shifted from General/Reserved Category to Foreign/PIO/NRI category


he/she is liable to pay Foreign/PIO/NRI category tuition fee, registration fee and
development fund. Other charges deposited by him/her shall be adjusted in the same
session only. His/her General Reserved Category tuition fee and balance (if any) only be
refunded after deduction of Rs.500/- as administrative charges.

iii) In case due to unavoidable circumstances, on shifting to another course in the same
department or another Department/Institute/Centre/Regional Centre of the Panjab University
a student has again deposited the tuition fee, development fund and other charges in the
later Department/Institute/Centre/Regional Centre of the Panjab University, his/her tuition
fee and other charges deposited in the earlier Department/Institute/Centre/Regional Centre
of the Panjab University shall be refunded as per (i) and (ii), above.

iv) For adjustment/refund, he/she must apply on the prescribed refund application form for
adjustment/refund of the tuition fee and other charges as the case may be within 15 days
from the date of shifting to another Department/Institute/Centre /Regional Centre through
the Head of the later Department to the Assistant Registrar Accounts-II.

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v) However, no carry forward/adjustment of fee shall be allowed in the subsequent,
session/class/year if the duration of the course is more than one year. No refund of fee shall
be allowed after the expiry of the said 15 days’ period.

vi) The fifteen days shall be counted from the date of his/her latest shifting i.e. whichever is
later.
4. A student seeking admission in University Institute of Engg. & Technology (UIET),
SSGPURC, Hoshiarpur, University Institute of Chem. Engg. & Tech. (UICET) shall pay a
sum of Rs.1000/-(Rupees One thousand only) i.e. one time only as counseling/processing
fee. This fee is non-adjustable and non-refundable. The tuition fee, funds and other charges
will be paid in the Institute where the candidate seek the admission.

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SECTION: B
PEC University of Technology,Chandigarh
(Formerly Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh)
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT SEATS AND CATEGORIES
PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh (Formerly Punjab Engineering College,
Chandigarh) has been granted the status of deemed university, by University Grants Commission
(Ministry of Human Resource & Development). The total academic structure of the institute has
been updated to bring it in line with the best practices world-wide. The curricula design for the new
batch contains many features which attempt to inculcate the practical and design aspects of
engineering. The candidate should visit the website www.pec.ac.in of the college, to know more
about the college. The total number of seats available in the college is 385. Fifty percent
(50%) each, of these seats are offered to candidates under Chandigarh quota and All India
(outside Chandigarh) Quota as follows:
(a) CHANDIGARH QUOTA: for all those candidates who have passed their qualifying examination
(10+2) from schools/colleges located in the Union Territory, Chandigarh and recognized by the
Chandigarh Administration.
(b) ALL INDIA QUOTA: for candidates who have passed their qualifying examination (10+2), but
are not covered under category (a) above.

DETAILED BREAK-UP OF SEATS


S. No. Category % of Reservation Seats
(a) Chandigarh Quota
(i) Scheduled Castes 14% 27
Son/ daughters/ spouses of Military/
(ii) 5% 10
Paramilitary Personnel
(iii) Physical handicapped 3% 06
(iv) Children/Grandchildren of Freedom Fighters 2% 04
(v) Sportspersons 2% of the total seats 08
(vi) Open seats ---------- 138

Total Seats (Chandigarh Quota) 193

(b) All India Quota

(i) Scheduled Castes 15% 29


Scheduled Tribes from all states and UTs of
(ii) 5% 09
India
Son/ daughters/ spouses of Military/
(iii) 5% 10
Paramilitary Personnel
(iv) Physical handicapped 3% 06
(v) Children/Grandchildren of Freedom Fighters 2% 04
(vi) Open seats ---------- 134
Total Seats (All India Quota) 192

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DETAILED BREAK-UP OF SEATS

&
Computer Sc.

Electronics &

Metallurgical
Aeronautical

Elec. Comm.

Mechanical

Production
Electrical
S

Materials
Category Quota

& Engg.
N

Total
Civil

I.T.
Chandigarh
1 5 2 4 4 2 4 3 2 27
(a)Scheduled Castes Quota
1.
All India Quota 0 5 2 5 5 2 5 3 2 29
(b) Scheduled Tribes All India Quota 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 09
Sons/Daughters/ Chandigarh
2. Spouses of Military/ 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 10
Quota
Paramilitary
Personnel All India Quota 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 10
Chandigarh
Physically 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 06
3. Quota
Handicapped
All India Quota 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 06
Chandigarh
0
4. Children/Grandchildren Quota 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 04
of Freedom Fighters
All India Quota 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 04
Chandigarh
5. Sportspersons* 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08
Quota
6. Chandigarh
. Quota 6 21 11 22 22 10 22 14 10 138
Open Category
All India Quota 5 21 11 21 21 10 21 14 10 134

Total 15 60 30 60 60 30 60 40 30 385
• Only those candidates shall be considered who have obtained gradation certificates from the
Sports Department of Chandigarh Administration before the last date of submission of application
form. New/modified gradation certificates issued after the last date of submission of application
form will not be entertained.
NOTE :
(i) The total number of seats and their subsequent distribution within various categories and branches
may be changed without prior notice.
(ii) Reservation for wards of Kargil Martyrs shall be subject to the directions of the Chandigarh
Administration at the time of counseling. Please refer to www.pec.ac.in for notification in this regard.
(iii) As per Chandigarh Administration decision, tuition fees waiver will be available to women (3% of total
intake), Economically weaker section (5% of total intake) and Physically handicapped (2% of total
intake). Subject to the clarification from Chandigarh administration.
(c) Seat for Kashmiri Migrants
One additional seat is available for Kashmiri Migrants vide notification no. 19/1/3-IH(3)-2002/13345
dated 17.7.2001 of the Chandigarh Administration. This seat does not belong to any specific quota
(Chandigarh / All India) and shall be filled in the branch of Electronics and Electrical Communication
Engineering on the basis of the combined merit list drawn by CBSE based on AIEEE-2010.
A candidate seeking admission against this reserved seat is required to produce a
certificate, from the Deputy Commissioner / Relief Commissioner of the concerned district,
to the effect that he/she belongs to a migrant family from Jammu & Kashmir. The admission
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of a candidate against this category will be provisional, subject to the verification of his/her
above mentioned certificate by the issuing authority.
(d) Admission of International Students
Admission of foreign Nationals/Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) /Non – Resident Indians
(NRIs) to Undergraduate Engineering Programmes for the session 2010-11 offered by PEC
University of Technology, Chandigarh (Formerly Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh ) are
being coordinated by National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal under DASA Scheme
2010-11. 58 seats are available for admission of International Students at PEC University of
Technology, Chandigarh (Formerly Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh ) for the session 2009-
10. For further details, visit web site www.nitk.ac.in
*Fees & Registration:

Admission fee Rs. 3,000


One-time student service fee Rs. 5,000
Refundable deposit Rs. 5,000
Semester fees
Academic Rs. 25,000
Other facilities & services Rs. 5,000
Total payable at the time of admission (for day scholar) Rs. 43,000

Additional fee for hostlers

Refundable security Rs. 5,000


Hostel fee (Annual) Rs. 10,000
Hostel & Mess Establishment charges (Annual) Rs. 8,000
Mess Advance Rs. 2,500
Total additional sum payable for hostel facilities Rs. 25,500

*The above fee structure was applicable during the year 2009-2010. Revision in the fees,
if any, will be notified on the website www.pec.ac.in / www.chdenggadmissions.nic.in.
Candidates are requested to check fee structure prior to attending counseling.

Registration at the College 02- 08- 2010

Every candidate, who gets admission in PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh


(Formerly Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh ), is required to buy a laptop computer.
This laptop will be required on the first day of the classes. College will make arrangements with a
supplier, to make laptops available to the students at a heavy concession. However, a student is
free to buy the laptop of the required specification from elsewhere if he can get it cheaper. Financial
assistance to some needy students for buying laptops could be considered.

NOTE:
Financial assistance is available for meritorious students belonging to SC & OBC categories
under a scheme introduced by the Chandigarh Administration (Please refer to page 46 for the
details of the scheme).

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REFUND RULES
1. The amount of Rs. 1000/- paid by a student at the time of counseling is non-refundable.

2. The refundable deposits will be fully refunded whenever the student withdraws his admission
from the institute.

3. If a student after being granted admission pays the fee but does not register with the
institute on the prescribed date, withdraws his admission and applies for refund, the entire fee
paid by him/her shall be refunded except for the non-refundable Rs. 1000/- paid at the time
of counseling.

4. If a student after being granted admission pays the fee and registers with the institute on the
prescribed date but withdraws his admission later and applies for refund before the date of
final counseling for admission for the particular year, his/her admission fee and Rs. 1000/-
paid at the time of counseling will be forfeited. The other fees paid by him/her (including
hostel/mess fees in case of a hosteller) will be refunded after making deductions
proportionate to the entire period starting from the month of registration to the month of
application for refund (part of each month being counted as a full month).

5. A student who withdraws his/her seat after the final counseling for admissions for the year
has taken place, will not be entitled to refund of any fee paid by him/her except for the
refundable deposits.

NOTE: In case the final counseling for admissions for a particular year is held before the date of
registration, the rule 5 above, and the condition of “applying for refund before the date of
final counseling” in rule 4, will be inoperative.

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SECTION C
CHANDIGARH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY,
SECTOR 26 CHANDIGARH

Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology has the unique distinction of being
the college under the administrative control of Chandigarh Administration. It is affiliated to
Panjab University, Chandigarh. The campus is divided into various functional zones like
Academic and Administrative Block, Hostels and Residential complex for faculty and staff.
In addition to spacious Virtual Classrooms , Tutorial rooms and Drawing Halls, the college
has an Auditorium, Computerized Library with Online E-Journals through INDEST-AICTE
Consortium, Computer Center, Cyber Café, Reading Rooms, Workshops, well-equipped
Laboratories and playgrounds.
FEE:
1. Rs. 1000/- at Joint Admission fee counter in University in the form of Demand Draft in
favor of “Joint Admission Committee 2010” Payable at Chandigarh at the time of
counseling.
2. Rs. 33000*/- to be deposited (in cash only) at fee counter in CCET (State Bank of
Patiala) on or before the last dates mentioned below:-
for 1st Counseling admission : 20th July, 2010
for 2nd Counseling admission : 4th August, 2010
for 3rd Counseling admission : On the spot
failing which the seat allotted shall stand cancelled.
3. Hostel Fee (applicable to hostlers only): Rs. 4450/- approximately to be paid (in cash
only) at fee counter in CCET (State Bank of Patiala) on the dates mentioned above.
* Fee includes Annual charges, University charges and Tuition fee (First semester). Details of fee
are available in the college prospectus.
NOTE:
1. The above fee is subject to change as per instructions of Chandigarh Administration/PU
from time to time.
2. Financial assistance is available for meritorious students belonging to SC categories
under a scheme introduced by the Chandigarh Administration.
3. No admission under any quota during the Counseling period will be made subject to
subjudice to court.
REFUND RULES
1. The amount of Rs. 1000/- (processing fee/counseling fee) paid by a student at the time
of counseling is non-adjustable and non-refundable.
2. If a student after paying the full fee does not join the institute or who fail to attend atleast
40% of total lecturers/Practical and apply for refund, the fee deposited by the student
shall be refunded after deducting proportionate amount of college and hostel fee for the
period starting from the month of admission to the month of application for refund.
3. If a student leaves the institute after joining the course, the fee deposited shall be
refunded, after proportionate deductions of college and hostel fee.

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Total Sanctioned Intake: 240 Seats

STATE QUOTA (UT CHANDIGARH):


(a)
(i) All those candidates who have passed their qualifying
examination (10+2) with 60% marks (55% marks for
SC/ST/PH) not earlier than 2008 from
schools/colleges located in the Union Territory, 204
Chandigarh and recognized by the Chandigarh seats
Administration.
ALL INDIA QUOTA:
(b) 36 seats
Candidates who have passed their qualifying examination
(10+2) with 60% marks (55% marks for SC/ST/PH) not earlier
than 2008 but are not covered under category (a) above.

Detailed Break-up of Seats

Category No. of Seats

(a) State Quota (UT Chandigarh)


(i) Scheduled Castes (14%) 29
(ii) Sons/daughters/spouses of Military/ 10
Paramilitary Personnel (5%)
(iii) Physically handicapped (3%) 06
(iv) Children & Grandchildren of Freedom Fighters (2%) 04
(v) Sportspersons (2%) 04
(vi) Open Seats 151
Total 204
(b) All India Quota
(i) Scheduled Castes (15%) 05
(ii) Scheduled Tribes (5%) 02
(iii) Sons/daughters/spouses of Military/Paramilitary 02
Personnel (5%)
(iv) Physically handicapped (3%) 01
(v) Open Seats 26
Total 36

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Seat for Kashmiri Migrants
In addition to the sanctioned intake, an additional seat has been created by the Chandigarh
Administration for Kashmiri Migrants vide notification no. 19/1/3-IH (3)-2002/13345 dated
17.7.2001. This seat does not belong to any specific quota (State/ All India) and shall be
filled in the branch preferred by the eligible candidate on the basis of the combined merit
list drawn by CBSE on the basis of AIEEE-2010. A candidate seeking admission against
this reserved seat is required to produce a certificate, from the Deputy Commissioner of the
concerned district, to the effect that he/she belongs to a migrant family from Jammu &
Kashmir. The admission of a candidate against this category will be provisional, subject to
the verification of his/her aforesaid certificate from the issuing authority.

The Branch-wise break –up of the seats is given in the table below:

S. Category Quota

Electronics &
Elec. Comm.
Comp. Sc. &

Mech. Engg.
N

Civil Engg.
o
Engg.

Total
1. a) Scheduled Castes State Quota
7 7 8 7 29
(UT Chd.)
All India Quota 1 2 1 1 5
b) Scheduled Tribes All India Quota 1 0 1 0 2
2. Sons/Daughters/ State Quota
3 2 3 2 10
Spouses of military / (UT Chd.)
Paramilitary All India Quota
0 1 0 1 2
Personnel
3. Physically State Quota
1 2 1 2 6
Handicapped (UT Chd.)
All India Quota 1 0 0 0 1
4. Children & State Quota
Grandchildren of (UT Chd.) 1 1 1 1 4
Freedom Fighters
5. Sports Persons * State Quota
1 1 1 1 4
(UT Chd.)
6. Open Seats State Quota
38 38 37 38 151
(UT Chd.)
All India Quota 6 6 7 7 26
TOTAL 60 60 60 60 240

*Only those candidates will be considered who have obtained Gradation certificate(s)
from the sports Department of Chandigarh Administration before the last date of
submission of application form. New/modified gradation certificates issued after the last
date of submission of application form will not be entertained.
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Note:
• AICTE Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme is under consideration by Chandigarh Administration.
Please refer to www.ccet.ac.in for notification and update in this regard.

• Reservation for Kargil Martyrs Category shall be subject to the directions of the
Chandigarh Administration at the time of counseling. Please refer to www.ccet.ac.in for
notification in this regard.

Classes at CCET will start from 16-07-10

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Section D
Chandigarh College of Architecture, Chandigarh (CCA)
GENERAL ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS
(a) For B. Arch Course

The admission to the First Semester B.Arch. Course will be open to a candidate,
who,

(i) has qualified in the All India Engineering/Pharmacy/Architecture


Entrance Examination (AIEEE), with Architecture Aptitude test
conducted by the CBSE (See Note 1 below).

(ii) has passed an examination at the end of the new 10+2 scheme of
Senior School Certificate Examination or equivalent with Mathematics
and English as subjects of examinations at the 10+2 level (not earlier
than April-2008) with minimum 50% marks in aggregate; (See Note 2
below)
OR
has passed 3 year diploma in Architecture (10+3) (not earlier than
April-2008) recognized by the Central/State Governments provided
the candidate passed the Diploma examination with 50% marks in
aggregate.

However, a candidate, who gets a compartment in the 10+2/Diploma in


Architecture examination held in March/April 2010, will not be eligible
for admission even if, he/she clears the same (by appearing in the
supplementary examination) before the counseling date.

NOTE: 1. A candidate must secure a minimum of 15 percent marks in the


All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE 2010) to
qualify for admission. However, candidates belonging to
Scheduled castes/Tribes and Physically Challenged categories
shall be eligible if they secure a minimum of 10 percent of the
maximum marks of AIEEE 2010.
2. Candidates who have passed the 10+2 examinations of Mahila
Gram Vidyapith, Allahabad will not be considered for admission.

SEATS DISTRIBUTION
The total sanctioned intake is 40 seats including five seats allocated by the Ministry of
Human resource Development (Department of Secondary & Higher Education),
Government of India for nominees of States/U.T.’s deficient in technical education facilities.
The break-up of the 40 seats is as below:

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(a) STATE QUOTA (UT CHANDIGARH): 27
All those candidates who have passed their qualifying examination (+2)
from Schools/Colleges located in the Union Territory, Chandigarh and
recognized by the Chandigarh Administration.
(b) ALL INDIA QUOTA: 5
Candidates who have passed their qualifying examination, but are not
covered under category (a) above.
(c) Sports persons (2% of sanctioned intake) 1
(d) Ward of Kashmiri Migrant 1
(e) Ward of Direct Descendents of Kargil Martyrs 1
(e) Nominee of deficient States/Union Territories 5

The detailed break-up of seats is given below:

Sportspersons (2% of sanctioned intake of 35) = 1


*Ward of Kashmiri Migrant = 1
*Ward of Direct Descendents of Kargil Martyrs = 1
All India Quota of 5 seats
(i) Scheduled Caste (15%) = 1
(ii) Scheduled Tribes (5%) = Nil
(iii) Military /Para Military (5%) = Nil
(iv) Physically Challenged (3%) = Nil
(v) Children of Freedom Fighter (2%) = Nil
(vi) Open = 4

State Quota (UT Chandigarh) of 27 Seats


(i) Scheduled Caste (14%) = 4
(ii) Scheduled Tribes (Nil) = Nil
(iii) Military /Para Military (5%) = 1
(iv) Physically Challenged (3%) = 1
(v) Children of Freedom Fighter (2%) = 1
(vi) Open = 20

Nominee of deficient States/Union Territories = 5

* If fallen vacant, may be filled from U.T. Open.

(Note: The above given break-up of seats will be subject to changes/modifications in case of any legal
directive pertaining to it).

Seat for Kashmiri Migrants


A candidate seeking admission against Kashmiri Migrant reserved seat is required to produce a
certificate, from the Deputy commissioner/Relief Commissioner of the concerned district, to the effect
that he/she belongs to a migrant family from Jammu & Kashmir. The admission of a candidate against
this category will be provisional, subject to the verification of his/her above mentioned certificate by the
issuing authority.
Seat for the wards of Direct Descendents of Kargil Martyrs
Within total sanctioned intake of 40 seats, one seat has been created by the Chandigarh Administration
for wards of Direct Descendents of the Kargil Martyrs vide No.19/1/3-IH(3)-2007/19947 dated
5.10.2007. This seat does not belong to any specific quota (State/All India) and shall be filled in by the
eligible candidate on the basis of the eligibility criteria and combined merit list drawn by CBSE on the
basis of AIEEE-2010.
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A candidate seeking admission against this reserved seat is required to produce a
valid certificate, from the Ministry of Defence to the effect that he/she is a ward of
Direct Descendents of Kargil Martyrs. The admission of a candidate against this
category will be provisional, subject to the verification of his/her above-mentioned
certificate by the issuing authority.
Eligibility Criteria for Nominees from Deficient States/UTs

The beneficiary States/UTs shall nominate the candidates either on the basis of merit
in the qualifying examination (10+2) or on the basis of an Entrance Test conducted
by the beneficiary State/UT. The condition of having obtained at least 60% marks in
the qualifying examination will be observed if the nomination is made on the basis of
merit in the qualifying examination alone, but in case of an Entrance Test forming
the basis of nomination, no minimum percentage of marks in the qualifying
examination will be insisted upon and mere pass in the qualifying examination will
be considered enough.
In respect of SC/ST candidates, the condition of having obtained at least 60% marks
in the qualifying examination is not applicable. However, they must have passed the
qualifying examination in a single sitting.

NOTE: If any seat under this category remains unfilled, it cannot be shifted to any
other category.

Important Notes:
THE PROCEDURE/GUIDELINES FOR FILLING UP OF SEATS UNDER RESERVED
CATEGORIES ARE COMMON WITH THE PUNJAB ENGGINEERING COLLEGE,
CHANDIGARH AND THE SAME ARE ALSO APPLICABLE TO CHANDIGARH COLLEGE
OF ARCHITECTURE.

JOINING Chandigarh College of Architecture

i) Commencement of classes : 26.07.2010.


ii) Fees and Registration:
Fees payable at the time of admission for the day scholar approximately Rs.
7500/- and for Hostellers is approximately Rs.15000/-.
NOTE:
1. The above fee is subject to change as per instructions of Chandigarh Administration
from time to time.
2. Financial assistance is available for meritorious students belonging to SC categories
under a scheme introduced by the Chandigarh Administration (Please refer to
concerned page for the details of the scheme).
3. Vide Chandigarh Administration Memo.No.89-IH(2)-2010/3865 dated 3.3.2010,
assistance in the form of full fee waiver to one woman candidate, two
economically weaker students (annual income of parents/guardians less than
Rs.2.50 lakhs from all sources) and one physically handicapped student,
based on merit, shall be available from 2010-2011 session onwards. In case
non availability of student/s in a specific category, it will be given to any other
candidate, according to merit.
4. Adjustment/refund of exact amount of fee will be made by the Institute subsequent to
admission and joining the class.
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PROCEDURE FOR FILLING UP OF SEATS UNDER RESERVED CATEGORIES
(COMMON TO PEC, CCET & CCA ONLY)
2.1 General
(a) Every candidate applying for admission against reserved seats, belonging to any category,
could also be considered for admission against the open seats of the respective quota, as
per his/her merit. Depending on his/her preference for a college/branch, a candidate may
take admission against his/her reserved category or against the open category. If an
applicant belonging to any reserved category is admitted against the open seats on the
basis of his/her AIEEE rank, then he/she will not be counted against the reserved seat.
(b) The student who has applied in more than one reserved category is to be considered in
each reserved category in which he/she has applied for admission maintaining his/her inter-
se seniority in each reserved category on the basis of merit in each category. In such a
case, the student will get the benefit in one category of his/her choice or as per his/her
preference of branches submitted at the time of counseling. However, no further reservation
shall be allowed within the reserved categories.
(c)In case, seats belonging to any reserved category remain unfilled for want of eligible
candidates, the same may be filled from amongst open category candidates belonging to
the same quota. Seats in the Chandigarh Quota and All India Quota are not
interchangeable.
NOTE: In case of All India Quota, if a seat belonging to the SC category remains unfilled, it
will first be thrown open to the ST category candidates, and vice-versa. Only after all
the eligible candidates in both the SC & ST categories have been considered, a
vacant seat belonging to any of these categories, can be offered to an open category
candidate.
Shifting of a candidate from a reserved category seat to an open category seat:
A candidate who has already been admitted to a particular college & branch against a
reserved category seat (during the counseling for such seats) will be automatically shifted to an
open category seat in the same college & branch (during the counseling for the open category
seats held after that for the reserved categories) provided he/she is eligible for the same as per
his/her merit in the open category. The reserved category seat(s) falling vacant as a result of
any such shifting will be offered subsequently to other eligible candidate(s) belonging to the
same reserved category as per merit. A separate time slot is provided in the counseling
schedule for this purpose (after the counseling for the open category seats)
2.2 Category-wise Conditions
2.2.1 Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes Candidates
An applicant seeking admission under these reserved categories has to submit his/her caste
certificate from the competent authority at the time of counseling.
The admission of S.C./S.T. candidates will be subject to subsequent verification of
their caste /tribe certificate by the issuing authority.
2.2.2 Children and Grand Children of Freedom Fighters
2.2.2.1 A grandchild, for the purpose of this reservation, means son’s son/daughter, or
daughter’s son/daughter.
2.2.2.2 The children/grandchildren of freedom fighters, who have been sanctioned pension by
Central/State Govt. or awarded Tamra Patra by Government of India, would be eligible
for reservation under this category.
2.2.2.3 Such candidates are required to produce a certificate, testifying the above criteria, from
the Deputy Commissioner of the concerned district.

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2.2.3 Physically Challenged
Applicants will be considered in this category only if the minimum loss of earning capacity
due to handicap is forty percent, according to the criteria laid down in the standards of E.S.I.
Corporation of India. All physically handicapped persons shall produce a certificate of their
permanent physical disability from a Civil Surgeon of a District/Director/Principal or a
Professor of a Medical College affiliated to University or an institution of national importance
provided that the claimant in this category is otherwise capable to pursue the course for
which the admission is sought. If this certificate is not attached with the application, the
candidate will not be considered against the seats reserved for this category. The candidate
will be called for the counseling on the basis of the certificate attached with the application.
After provisional admission, the candidate will have to appear before the Medical Board
constituted by the Principal Medical Officer, General Hospital, Sector 16, Chandigarh, for
determination of the percentage loss of earning capacity through handicap/disability and getting a
certificate to this effect. This certificate will also indicate the name of the disease causing the
handicap; whether the handicap is progressive or non-progressive; and whether the candidate is
able to carry on the studies and perform the duties of an engineer/architect. The final admission will
be based on this certificate issued by the Medical Board. In case any candidate does not present
himself before the Medical Board on the date intimated to him, his candidature against this category
will be rejected and no subsequent opportunity will be given to him.
An applicant having a temporary or progressive handicap would not be considered
for admission against the seats reserved for this category.
2.2.4 Sportspersons
Benefit of reservation under this category shall be available only to the category of students,
who pass their qualifying examination, as regular students, from Schools/Colleges,
recognized by the Chandigarh Administration and situated in the Union Territory of
Chandigarh, and who have studied in Chandigarh Schools/Colleges for at least two years
before applying for gradation certificate, subject to the condition that such students must
represent Chandigarh State/ Schools etc. in the National/ other recognized tournaments.
2.2.4.1 The inter-se merit of the candidates seeking admission against seats in the reserved
category of sports shall be determined only on the basis of their merit in sports as per
grading criteria mentioned in the succeeding paragraphs, provided they have qualified in the
AIEEE-2010.
2.2.4.2 Performance in the following sports disciplines only, shall be considered for the purpose of
admission against this category, provided that the association/federation holding the
tournaments should be affiliated to/recognized by the National Federation of the concerned
game:
1. Aquatics 2. Archery
3. Athletics 4. Badminton
5. Baseball 6. Basketball
7. Boxing (Men) 8. Canoeing
9. Cycling 10. Equestrian
11. Fencing 12. Football
13. Gymnastics 14. Handball
15. Hockey 16. Judo
17. Rowing 18. Sailing
19. Shooting 20. Softball
21. Table Tennis 22. Taekwondo
23. Tennis 24. Triathlon
25. Volleyball 26. Weightlifting
27. Wrestling (Men) 28. Cricket
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2.2.4.3 To avail the benefit of reservation under this category, a candidate must obtain gradation
certificate from Director of Sports, Union Territory, Chandigarh, and attach the same with
his/her application. No application shall be entertained in this category in the absence
of gradation certificate. PROVISIONAL GRADATION CERTIFICATES ARE NOT
ACCEPTABLE. NO GRADATION CERTIFICATE SHALL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE
LAST DATE OF RECEIPT OF THE APPLICATION.
2.2.4.4 A candidate shall be considered for admission against seats belonging to this category,
only if
(a) his/her age falls within the age group which is eligible for participation in Inter-College/ Inter-
University tournaments.
(b) his/her achievement in sports relates to his/her activity in any of the three years preceding
the year of admission (for admission in the year 2010-2011, the achievements shall not be
prior to 1st April, 2007).
(c) Gradation Certificate will not be meant for employment purposes.

2.2.4.5 The sports gradation certificates shall be in the following descending order of merit.*
* Any fresh guidelines in this regard issued by Chandigarh Administration will be
notified on www.pec.ac.in.
GRADE ‘A’
A sportsperson of international standing i.e. one who has represented India/ donned India
colour in one or more of the following International Tournaments/Meets/Championships/
Competitions/ etc.:
(i) Olympic Games
(ii) (a) World Cups/Championships/Tournaments in respective games, organized by the
International Federation(s) at the highest level.
(b) Test Matches/One-day International Matches in Cricket. Grand Slam/Davis Cup
in Tennis.
(iii) Commonwealth Games
(iv) Asian Games
GRADE ‘B’
(a) A sportsperson who has participated in one or more of the following Tournaments/
Competitions/championships etc. :-
(i) World Universities/ International tournaments/games other than those mentioned
under Grade ‘A’ wherein at least 10 teams took part.
(ii) Asian Federation Cup/ Tournament/Championship/ SAF Games.
(iii) Asian School Games (at least eight teams took part).
(iv) Nehru/ Senior National Tournaments as a member of the All India Combined
Universities Team.
(v) International Meets/ Championships for Juniors, conducted by the concerned
International organization.
(b) A sportsperson getting any of the first three positions in one or more of the following:
(i) Recognized National Championships/Inter-State Championships, organized by the
National Federations.
(ii) All India Inter-Varsity tournaments organized by the AIU.
(iii) National School Games organized by the SGFI.
(iv) National Championships for Juniors organized by the concerned Federation/ All
India Rural Sports Meet organized by the SAI.

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GRADE ‘C
(a) A sportsperson who has participated in one or more of the following Tournaments/
Competitions/ Championships etc. :
(i) Senior Nationals/Inter-University tournaments/Federation Cup, organized by the
Federation/ AIU.
(ii) Junior National Championship/ National School games/ KVS National team
participated in the National School Games.
Provided that a sportsperson, who intends to get the benefit of (i) and (ii) above, must
have obtained first three positions in the respective State/Inter-College/Inter-School/KVS
Nationals.
(b) A sportsperson getting any of the first three positions in one or more of the following
tournaments:
(i) Recognised Chandigarh State Championships in Seniors provided minimum 7
teams participated.
(ii) Panjab University Inter-college Tournaments provided minimum 7 teams
participated.
(iii) Recognised Chandigarh State Championships for Juniors provided minimum 7
teams participated.
(iv) Chandigarh Inter-school tournaments conducted by the Sports Deptt./ KVS
National Tournaments for Seniors and Juniors, provided minimum 7 teams
participated.
GRADE ‘D’
A sportsperson who has participated in one or more of the following:
(i) Senior National Championships/ National Games.
(ii) Recognized Junior National Championships.
(iii) National School Games.
Provided;
• Gradation will be done in case of sportsperson taking part in the Nationals without
obtaining any position in the state.
• No gradation for State participation.
2.2.4.6 Only ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ Grade will be awarded by the Chandigarh Administration.
In the matter of rating inter-se, preference in the same grade shall be given in the following
descending order, namely:
(a) Record holders in any event
(b) Winners
(c) Runners up
(d) 3rd position holders
(e) Number of times participated
(f) Number of disciplines participated.

NOTE:
1. If there is a tie within the same category, the same shall be resolved by considering the
academic merit of the concerned sportspersons in AIEEE. In case of tie in the academic
merit also, the same shall be resolved by considering the seniority in age.
2. Regarding Senior and Junior Tournaments/ Championships, Senior shall have
precedence over Junior. Further, Junior and School championships will be considered
at par.

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3. Performance shall only be considered for the purpose of admission against this
category provided that the Association/ Federation holding the tournament should be
affiliated/recognized by the National Federation of the concerned game.
2.2.4.7 No Sports Gradation shall be issued to the players, who have participated in Mini/Sub-
junior (under 15 years of age)/ Open/ Ranking tournament/ Memorial tournaments and
individual events.
2.2.4.8 Only those certificates, issued by the concerned Sports Federations/ Associations shall
be entertained, as are duly signed in ink by at least one of the office bearers of the
respective Sports Federations/ Associations. The position holders certificate(s) issued
by the State Association must have photograph attested by the concerned association
with serial number. The application shall be entertained only when received through an
affidavit affirming the authenticity of the claim(s) duly attested by the Magistrate (1st
Class) on non-judicial stamp paper worth Rs. 3/-. (Annexure II, Page 55)
2.2.4.9 In the context of Individual events/ Team Games, position achieved will be considered
only if it has been achieved through a competition with seven or more competitors/ at
least seven units, i.e. for State, Senior, Junior/ Inter-College.

(a) International Tournaments for Senior and Junior organized by the International
Federation of that discipline and where at least 10 countries have participated, other
than those mentioned against
(b) Grade-A. Cricket will be excluded from this.
(c) At least 10 States/ Universities for Nationals, i.e. Senior/Junior and All India Inter-Varsity,
respectively, shall take part for gradation purposes.
2.2.4.10 The applicants shall be interviewed and may also be given field test(s) in the discipline(s)
concerned to ascertain the genuineness of the testimonial(s)/ certificate(s) which they
produce in support of their claim(s), to make the grading of the candidate(s) not merely on
the basis of the certificate(s) but after due examination and verification.
2.2.4.11 The Director Sports, Chandigarh Administration, or his nominee, not below the rank of the
Joint Director Sports will issue the certificate, and also have the authority to cancel any
certificate at any time, if it is found to have been issued on false/incorrect/concealed
information or record.
2.2.4.12 The Committee for screening, interviewing, ascertaining the claim on the basis of physical
performance/considering the sports certificate(s), grading shall consist of the following,
namely:-
1. Director Sports/ Additional Director Sports, UT Chandigarh Chairman
2. Joint Director Sports, UT Chandigarh Convener
3. Director Technical Education (or nominee), UT Chandigarh Member
4. DPI (Colleges) (or nominee), UT Chandigarh Member
5. Eminent Sports personality nominated by Sports Department Member
(On yearly rotation basis)
6. District Sports Officer, UT Chandigarh Member
7. Coach of the concerned game Member

IMPORTANT:
• Screening/Trials/Meeting for issuance of Gradation Certificate will be held on quarterly
basis. It may be done on monthly basis, if need be, with the prior approval of the
competent authority as a special case.
• In case of any doubt or clarification about these criteria, the decision of the Secretary
Sports, Chandigarh Administration, shall be final.

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2.2.4.13 The candidate shall give an undertaking (Annexure-VI, page 61) to the effect that he/she
will attend the grounds regularly and will also participate in inter-college and inter-
university tournaments when required. His/Her admission will be cancelled if the terms of
undertaking thus given, are not adhered to.
2.2.4.14 The Principal/Director has the authority to cancel admission at any time if it is
found that the candidate obtained such admission on the basis of a false certificate
or incorrect statement/record.

2.2.5 Sons/Daughters/Spouses of Military/Paramilitary Personnel


Paramilitary personnel mean persons serving with Assam Rifles/ Border Security Force/
Central Reserve Police Force/ Central Industrial Security Force/ Indo-Tibetan Border Police
Force/ Railway Protection Force/ Secretariat Force/Intelligent Bureau/National Security
Guards/Special services Bureau.
The ward of a Govt. official serving on deputation with paramilitary forces will not be
considered for the benefit of reservation under this category.
The admission of the candidates against the reserved seats under this category will be
made on the basis of merit list prepared from the following categories of the applicants, in
order of preference:
2.2.5.1 Wholly dependent sons/daughters/spouses of military personnel and paramilitary personnel
who were killed in action while in service.
2.2.5.2 Wholly dependent sons/daughters/spouses of military personnel and paramilitary personnel
who were disabled, to the extent of 50% or more, in action while in service and boarded out
from service.
2.2.5.3 Wholly dependent sons/daughters/spouses of military and paramilitary personnel who died
while in service and whose death was attributable to military service .
2.2.5.4 Wholly dependent sons/daughters/spouses of military personnel and paramilitary personnel
who were disabled, to the extent of 50% or more, while in service and boarded out with
disability attributable to military services.
2.2.5.5 Wholly dependent sons/daughters/spouses of military personnel who are awardees of
gallantry decorations (in person or posthumously) as given below, in order of preference:
(i) Param Vir Chakra (PVC)
(ii) Ashok Chakra (AC)
(iii) Sarvottam Yudh Seva Medal (SYSM)
(iv) Maha Vir Chakra (MVC)
(v) Kirti Chakra (KC)
(vi) Uttam Yudh Seva Medal (UYSM)
(vii) Vir Chakra (VrC)
(viii) Shaurya Chakra (SC)
(ix) Yudh Seva Medal (YSM)
(x) Sena/ Nausena/ Vayusena Medal
(xi) Mentioned-in-Despatches
(xii) Other award winners (does not include service medals)

2.2.5.6. Sons/Daughters/Spouses of ex-servicemen (military and paramilitary personnel) who are


wholly dependent on them.
2.2.5.7 Sons/Daughters/Spouses of serving military personnel and paramilitary personnel who are
wholly dependent on them.

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Important
• The candidates claiming admission under category 2.2.5.1/2.2.5.2 are required to submit
a certificate from the respective headquarters regarding death/disablement in action
while in service.
• The candidates claiming admission under category 2.2.5.3 and 2.2.5.4 are required to
submit a certificate from the respective headquarters regarding death/disablement while
in service, and attributable to military service.
• The candidates claiming admission under category 2.2.5.5 are required to submit the
photocopy of citation for the gallantry award, failing which the application will not be
considered in this category.
• The candidates claiming admission under category 2.2.5.6 are required to submit
certificate of discharge from service of the parent/spouse and certificate of dependence
on parent/spouse from the competent authority.
• The candidates claiming admission under category 2.2.5.7 are required to submit the
certificate of dependence from the unit in which parent/spouse is serving.

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FREE EDUCATION FOR MERITORIOUS SC STUDENTS
(Applicable only to PEC/CCET/CCA Chandigarh)

(Notification No. RA/SW/98/2766 dated 11th December, 1998 issued by the Social Welfare
Department, Chandigarh Administration as amended by the same department vide subsequent
notification No. RA/SW/2001/2049 dated 09.08.2001.)

For enabling the students belonging to Scheduled Castes and other Backward Classes, with
unfavorable economic conditions to pursue higher studies and for their better academic
performance, the Administrator, Union Territory, Chandigarh hereby makes the following scheme,
namely:-
1. This scheme shall be called the “Free Education for Meritorious Scheduled Castes and
Other Backward Classes Students Scheme, 1998”.
2. This shall come into force with immediate effect.
3. This scheme is open for those students passing +2 level and seeking admission to the
following courses of study, namely:-
MBBS, BDS, BVSc, BAMS, B.E., B.Architechture, Bachelor of Fine Arts, B.Pharmacy, B.Sc.
(Nursing), Degree/Diploma in Hotel Management, Degree/Diploma in Laboratory
Technology and any other course decided by the Committee given in para 6 below.
4. All those students having passed +2 examinations from any college/school in the U.T.
Chandigarh, in the first attempt, with a minimum of 50% marks and having studied in U.T.
Chandigarh for a minimum of two years and whose parents are bonafide residents of
Chandigarh for the last three years, shall be eligible for the benefits under this scheme.
5. Applications under the scheme shall be invited by the Director Social Welfare, Union
Territory, Chandigarh, by giving publicity through press, every year by 10th of August.
6. Selection of beneficiaries shall be done by a Committee headed by the Secretary Education,
Union Territory, Chandigarh and DPI(C), Union Territory, Chandigarh as its members.
7. The Director Social Welfare, Union Territory, Chandigarh shall be the Drawing & Disbursing
Officer, for the purpose.
8. Assistance as under shall be given to the students so selected under this scheme:

(i) A lumpsum annual allowance of Rs. 25000/- payable in one installment in the start of
the academic session.
(ii) Full reimbursement of tuition fees upto a maximum of Rs. 20,000/- and other non-
refundable charges payable to the institution.
(iii) A monthly pocket allowance of Rs. 250/- for day students.
(iv) A monthly allowance of Rs. 500/- for hostellers.
(v) For students taking admission in cities other than Chandigarh, reimbursement of
actual journey fare will be admissible thrice in one academic year provided fare for to
and fro journey by ordinary bus or ordinary class rail does not exceed Rs. 150/-.
(vi) Minimum essential books and stationary.
(vii) Any other allowance considered necessary by Administration from time to time.

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9. Eligibility Criteria:
Students fulfilling the following criteria shall be eligible under the Scheme, namely:-
(i) He/She should belong to any caste declared as Scheduled Caste or other Backward
Class for the Union Territory of Chandigarh.
(ii) The total annual family income of parents shall not exceed Rs. 1,00,000/-.
(iii) He/She should have passed +2 examinations in first attempt from any school/college
in UT Chandigarh with minimum of 50% marks and he/she should have studied in
UT Chandigarh for at least two academic sessions.
(iv) Parents of the students should be bonafide residents of UT, Chandigarh for the past
three years.
10. Procedure for Applying:
The candidates should apply in the prescribed format with supporting documents.
Applications complete in all respects should be submitted in the office of the Director Social
Welfare, UT, Chandigarh, on or before the prescribed date. Applications which are received
after due date or are incomplete, shall ordinarily be rejected.
11. Mode of Payment:
The payment of fees shall be made direct to the institution. If the students makes the
payment, the same shall be reimbursed on the submission of a valid receipt. All payments
shall be made by demand draft or cheque.
12. Withdrawal of benefit:
If at any time after the payment is made to the student, it is proved, after enquiry that the
students has got the benefit by misrepresentation of facts or submitting false documents, the
benefit shall be discontinued forthwith and the entire amount paid shall be recovered.
13. Benefit shall also be discontinued if the student fails in a particular year or his/her
performance is not found upto the mark by the Committee and the students discontinues
course of study.
14. Change of Address:
It shall be obligatory for the student to intimate any change of address to the Director Social
Welfare, Union Territory, Chandigarh.
15. The Chandigarh Administration can, at any time, relax or change any of the above
conditions from time to time. Any interpretation or clarification subsequently required can
only be issued by the Secretary Social Welfare, Chandigarh Administration.

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Guidelines regarding various Proforma and Annexures

1. In case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes a certificate to this


effect, issued by the Tehsildar/Magistrate/SDO (civil) 1st Class/Deputy Commissioner of the
area to which an applicant actually belongs. Certificate, if issued by other than authority
mentioned, notification of Government must be included. A certificate not bearing the
seal/stamp of the competent authority will not be accepted. (Two copies of the same may be
submitted – one photocopy is required for the subsequent verification by the issuing authority)
2. In case of candidates applying against the seats reserved for the sports persons:
(a) For UIET/UICET/SSGPURC/PEC/CCET/CCA applicants, an affidavit (Annexure II, page
55) duly attested by a Magistrate class I/II regarding his/her achievement in sports on stamp
paper of Rs 3. Besides the affidavit and sports certificates the candidates should also submit
photocopies of class X and XII certificates.
(b) Gradation certificate from the Sports department of Chandigarh administration (to be
considered for PEC/CCET/CCA)
(c) An undertaking (for PEC/CCET/CCA Annexure VI and UIET/UICET/SSGPURC Annexure
VI-A, page 61) duly attested by the Magistrate Class-I regarding his/her achievements in
sports on a stamp paper of Rs. 3/-. In case of minor, the affidavit may be given by the
parents/guardians in respect of their ward(s)/children achievements in sports.
3. Certificate from the competent military authority for those applying against the reserved seats
for the sons/daughters/wives of/and military personnel. DISCHARGE BOOK AND PENSION
BOOK MUST ALSO BE PRODUCED IN CASE OF EX-SERVICE MAN.
4. Candidates applying for admission under Freedom Fighter Category must produce the proof of
their father/grand father being a freedom fighter and proof of their relationship with the Freedom
Fighter.
5. Certificate of being Physically Challenged for reservation against this category.
6. Migration certificate from the Board/Council conducting (10+2) or equivalent exam. (as
applicable vide para 1.3.8 on page 10)
7. Eligibility Certificate from the Panjab University, wherever applicable
8. Candidates applying against the seats reserved for dependents of persons killed/incapacitated
in November, 1984 riots or in Terrorists violence in Punjab and Chandigarh must obtain a
certificate from the Deputy Commissioner of the District of their domicile stating the relevant
facts regarding the person killed/incapacitated in November 1984 riots or from the Deputy
Commissioner of the District where the person had been killed/incapacitated by terrorists,
stating the relevant facts about the name and address of the person killed/incapacitated and
date when the incident occurred, as the case may be. (applicable and required for UIET/
UICET/SSGPURC, PU Chandigarh)
9. Kashmiri Migrants certificate issued by Relief Commissioner/ deputy commissioner of the
concerned district/ area.
10. Kargil martyrs certificates will be notified on the website www.enggadmission.puchd.ac.in on or
before 10/06/2010.
11. Candidates applying for admission under Cancer and Aids patient (for UIET/UICET/SSGPURC
only) Category must produce the certificate with proof from the National Medical Institute like
PGI, AIIMS.

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PROFORMA FOR CERTIFICATES

1. CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND CHARACTER


(to be submitted by all applicants)
(Common to all participating institutes
(The certificate must be signed by the Head of the Institution where the candidate has studied for
12th Class, or Institution last attended)

Certified that Mr./Ms. __________________________________________________


son/daughter of Shri ___________________________________ passed his/her 10+2 examination
from this college/school as a regular student in the year __________________.

He/She bears a good moral character and has not been disqualified by any Board/University or
convicted on any account.

Date Seal Signature of Principal

_________________________________________________________________________________

2. CERTIFICATE OF CASTE
(to be submitted by Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes candidates only)
(Common to all participating institutes)

Certified that Mr./Ms. _________________________________________________,


son/daughter of Shri _________________________________________, resident
of_______________________, District ___________________, is a member of the Scheduled
Castes/Tribes and belongs to ______________________________ caste/tribe which has been
recognized as a Scheduled Caste/Tribe vide notification
No._________________________________ dated ______________________ issued by
Government of _______________________ (State).

Date Seal Signature of the Revenue Officer of the


District concerned, not below the rank of
Tehsildar.
Note: Certificate, if issued by other than authority mentioned, notification of Government must be
included.
_________________________________________________________________________

3. (a) CERTIFICATE OF DEATH/DISABLEMENT OF MILITARY/PARAMILITARY PERSONNEL


(For PEC/CCET/CCA only)
Certified that Mr./Ms._______________________________________, is the
son/daughter/spouse of Shri ______________________________________________ rank
______________________________.
Shri _____________________________ was killed/disabled to the extent of 50% or more,
in action/not-in- action but otherwise, while being in service, on _________________(date). His
death/disability is entirely attributable to military service.

Date Seal Signature of Authorized Officer

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3. (b) CERTIFICATE OF DEATH/INCAPACITATION OF MILITARY/PARA MILITARY
PERSONNEL
(For UIET/ UICET/ SSGPURC only)
Certified that Mr./Ms.___________________________________________, is the
son/daughter/spouse of Shri _______________________________________________ rank
______________________.
Shri___________________________________ was killed/hundred per cent incapacitated
in action/otherwise in service on date __________________________________________.

Date Seal Signature of Authorised Military Officer

__________________________________________________________________________________

4. CERTIFICATE OF GALLANTARY AWARD TO MILITARY/PARAMILITARY PERSONNEL


(For PEC/CCET/CCA only)

Certified that Mr./Ms. _____________________________________________, is the


son/daughter/spouse of Shri ______________________________________________ rank
______________________________ who was awarded
_____________________________________in the year _______________.
(Name of the award*)

Date Seal Signature of Authorized Officer

*Param Vir Chakra (PVC), Ashok Chakra (AC), Sarvottam Yudh Seva Medal (SYSM), Maha Vir
Chakra (MVC), Kirti Chakra (KC), Uttam Yudh Seva Medal (UYSM), Vir Chakra (VrC), Shaurya
Chakra (SC), Yudh Seva Medal (YSM), Sena/ Nausena/ Vayusena Medal.

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5. CERTIFICATE OF DEPENDENCE ON MILITARY/DEFENCE/PARAMILITARY PERSONNEL
(Common to all participating institutes)

Certified that Mr./Ms._____________________________________ is the dependent


son/daughter/spouse of Shri_____________________ rank ________________________.

Shri _________________________________ is
(i) *an ex-serviceman and he retired on ________________________________
(ii) *currently employed in Unit ________________________________________

Date Seal Signature of Authorised Officer


Note: (i) The certificate in case of ex-servicemen is to be signed by the Competent Authority.
(ii) The certificate in case of serving personnel is to be signed by the Commandant of the Unit.
*Strike out whichever is not applicable

6. CERTIFICATE FOR CHILDREN/GRANDCHILDREN OF FREEDOM FIGHTERS


(Common to all participating institutes)

Certified that Mr./Ms. _________________________________________________


son/daughter of Shri/Mrs. __________________________, is a child/grandchild of
Shri_____________________________, who is a Tamrapatra Holder/Freedom-Fighter-Pensioner
drawing his pension from________________ Treasury.

Date Seal Signature of Deputy Commissioner


of the concerned district

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CERTIFICATE FOR PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED CANDIDATE
to be issued by
MEDICAL BOARD, GENERAL HOSPITAL, SECTOR 16, CHANDIGARH
(Only for CCET/CCA)

1. Name of the candidate: Mr./Ms. ____________________

2. Father’s Name: _________________________________ Affix recent


passport size
3. Permanent Address:______________________________ photograph duly
attested by the
______________________________________________ P.M.O.
______________________________________________

4. Percentage loss of earning capacity (in words):


__________________________________________________

5. Whether the candidate is otherwise able to carry on the studies and perform the duties of an
engineer/architect satisfactorily: _________________
6. Name of the disease causing handicap: _____________________

7. Whether handicap is temporary or permanent: ________________

8. Whether handicap is progressive or non-progressive : ____________________

9. The candidate is FIT / UNFIT to pursue the engineering/architecture studies.


(Strike out whichever is not applicable)

_________________________ _________________________ __________________________

Member Member Principal Medical Officer


(Orthopaedic Specialist) General Hospital, Sector 16,
Chandigarh

Date: Seal of Office

NOTE:
1. The medical board must have one orthopaedic specialist as its member.
2. Candidate having temporary or progressive handicap will not be considered against these seats.

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SPECIMEN OF AFFIDAVIT FOR SINGLE GIRL CHILD CATEGORY
(on non-judicial paper of Rs.20/- duly attested by 1st Class Magistrate)
(only for UIET/UICET/SSGPURC)

I ______________________________________________________________ (name)

Father/Mother of Ms.___________________________________________, (full address to be

given) resident

of_____________________________________________________________________________

do hereby, solemnly declare and affirm as under :-

1. That I am a citizen of India.

2. That Ms.__________________________________ born

on______________________ is girl child of the deponent.

3. That the deponent has no male child.

4. That the deponent has the following children and none else:

i) Name

ii) Sex

iii) Date of Birth

5. That neither the deponent nor the aforenamed girl child of the deponent have

obtained/availed the benefit granted under this category, in this University/Institute

including its affiliated colleges.

Place:

Dated: DEPONENT

VERIFICATION

Verified that the contents of the above affidavit are true and correct to the best of my

knowledge and belief and nothing has been concealed therein.

Place

Date: DEPONENT

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ANNEXURE-I
List of Codes for serial number 2 of the application forms
Category Code
Open Category……..………………………………………………...…………………………. 01
S.C………………………………………………………………………………………………... 02
S.T. (for All India Quota only)………………………………………………………………….. 03
Children/grandchildren of Freedom Fighters………………………………………………… 04
Physically Challanged………………………………………………………………………….. 05
Sportspersons……………………………………………………………………..................... 06
Kashmiri Migrant………………………………………………………………………………… 07
Wholly dependent sons/daughters/spouses of military personnel and
paramilitary personnel, who
a) were killed in action while in service…………………………………………………….. 08
b) were disabled in action while in service and boarded out from service……………... 09
c) *died while in service and whose death was attributable to military 10
services………………………………………………………………….………………….
d) *were disabled while in service and boarded out with disability attributable to 11
military services……………………………………………………………………………
e) *are awardees of gallantry decorations (in person or posthumously) as given
below:
I. Param Vir Chakra (PVC)…………………………………………………………. 12
II. Ashok Chakra (AC)……………………………………………………………….. 13
III. Sarvottam Yudh Seva Medal (SYSM)………………………………………….. 14
IV. Maha Vir Chakra (MVC)………………………………………………………….. 15
V. Kirti Chakra (KC)…………………………………………………………………... 16
VI. Uttam Yudh Seva Medal (UYSM)……………………………………………….. 17
VII. Vir Chakra (VrC)…………………………………………………………………… 18
VIII. Shaurya Chakra (SC)………………………………………………………......... 19
IX. Yudh Seva Medal (YSM)…………………………………………………………. 20
X. Sena/ Nausena/ Vayusena Medal……………………………………………….. 21
XI. #Mention-in-Despatches………………………………………………………….. 22
XII. #Other award winners (does not include service medals) …………………… 23
(f) ex-servicemen……………………………………………………………………… 24
(g) serving military/defence personnel and paramilitary personnel………………. 25
**Defence Personnel Incapacitated while in service (for self admission)………………. 26
**Terrorist Victim………………………………………………………………………………… 27
**Foregin/PIO/NRI ……………………………….…….…….…….…….…….……............... 28
**Single Girl Child...…………………………………………………………………………….. 29
**Cancer/AIDS patient…………………………….…….…….…….…….…….……............. 30
*Kargil Martyrs............…………………………….…….…….…….…….…….……............. 31
Economically weaker section (EWS) ............................................................................. 32

Note:
(1) *Categories available only in PEC/CCET/CCA
(2) **Categories available only in UIET/UICET/SSGPURC
(3) #Categories available only in CCET/CCA

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ANNEXURE-II
PROFORMA OF AFFIDAVIT FOR SPORTSPERSON CATEGORY
On Non-Judicial Stamp Paper of the value of Rs. 5, duly attested
by 1st Class Magistrate
(Common to all participating institutes)

AFFIDAVIT
I,____________________________________(name), born on _____________(date of
birth), son/daughter of Shri____________________________(father’s name), and a resident
of________________________________________________________________
___________________________(address)do hereby solemnly declare and affirm as under :

1. That as a sportsperson in __________________________________ (name of game/sport), I


have represented the team(s) in the competition(s) on date(s) and obtained the position(s) as
indicated in the table below:
S. Sports Team Name of the Venue Date Position
No. Discipline represented competition & secured
Year

2. That the certificates mentioned below, produced by me in support of the above, are authentic:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
3. I understand that in case the information/documents supplied by me are found to be false,
incorrect or forged, I shall be liable for criminal action in terms of the provisions contained in
the Indian Penal Code.

DEPONENT
VERIFICATION

I, the above mentioned deponent, do hereby solemnly declare and affirm that the above
contents are true to the best of my knowledge and belief and nothing has been concealed therein.

DEPONENT

NOTE :
In case of a candidate being minor, the affidavit shall be filled in by his/her
parents/guardians with suitable amendments.

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ANNEXURE –III
(Applicable only to UICET, UIET and SSGPURC)
Games Disciplines on the basis of achievement in which claims to admission in the
category of Reserved Seats for sports can be considered. The new games can be added if
the Panjab University sends its teams for Inter-University Competitions.
SCHEDULE FOR THE SPORTS TRIALS
Sr.No Game Section Date Reporting Venue & Time

1 Athletics (Men & Women)


2. Archery (Men & Women)
3. Cross-country (Men & Women)
4 Cycling (Road & Track) (Men & Women)
5 Cricket (Men & Women)
6 Korfball (Men & Women)
7 Netball (Men & Women)
8 Tennis (Men & Women)
9 Volleyball (Men & Women)
10 Badminton (Men & Women)
11 Best Physique (Men)
12 Boxing (Men)
13 Gymnastics (Men & Women)
14 Rhythmic Gymnastic (Women)
15 Judo (Men & Women)
16 Power-Lifting (Men & Women)
17 Weight Lifting (Men & Women)
18 Wrestling (Men & Women)
19 Ball Badminton (Men & Women)
20 Baseball (Men & Women)
21 Basketball (Men & Women)
22 Football (Men & Women)
23 Handball (Men & Women)
24 Hockey (Men & Women)
25 Kabadi (NS) (Men & Women)
26 Kho-Kho (Men & Women)
27 Softball (Men & Women)
28 Chess (Men & Women)
29 Canoeing & Kayaking (Men & Women)
30 Rowing (Men & Women)
31 Shooting (Men & Women)
(Air Pistol & 177 Air Rifle
Peep Sight) as per ISSF
Rules)
32 Squash (Men)
33 Swimming (Men & Women)
34 Table-Tennis (Men & Women)
35 Water Polo (Men)
36 Yachting (Men & Women)
37. Fencing Men & Women
The date, reporting venue & time will be available on website by 10.06.2010. No
separate intimation will be sent.
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ANNEXURE –IV

ELIGIBLITY RULES FOR INTER-COLLEGE TOURNAMENTS

A. Eligibility Rules:-

1. Only a bonafide, full-time student, who is enrolled for a course of the University College, which
is of a minimum duration of one academic year and whose examination is conducted by the
University shall be eligible to participate in the Inter-University Tournament (s). The eligibility
period of the student (s) shall commence from the date and year of his/ her passing the
10+2 examination for the first admission in the College or University.
1.1 Student of Open University shall be considered to be bonafide student and shall be eligible to
participate provided they fulfill other conditions. However, students enrolled in
Correspondence Course institutes of Universities, casual students, external students and
students pursuing Bridge Courses shall not be eligible to participate.
1.2 Ph.D, M.Phill and students of Compartment Cases will be eligible to participate only if in terms
of the concerned University ‘s rules they are regarded to be bonafide students and fulfill
other conditions laid down in this behalf.

2. All eligible students while participating in the Inter-University Tournaments shall fulfill the
following conditions:-
a. Not more than 7 years have elapsed since a student passed the examination qualifying
him/her for first admission to a degree or diploma course of a University or College affiliated
to a University.
b. The seven year eligibility period mentioned above shall be distributed as mentioned below.
i. not more than 4 years while pursuing graduate courses. However, in case of Universities
where students are admitted to the Graduate Courses after passing 10+2 examination or
equivalent examination, the period of 3 years shall be extended by one or more year than
the actual length /duration of the course.
ii. not more than 3 years while pursuing Post Graduation Studies, the period of two years
shall be extended by one more year than the actual length /duration of the course.
Irrespective of any other conditions like change of class/course faculty, joining lower class
from higher , changing academic to professional courses or vice versa, provided that:-
Students admitted after passing 10+2 examination, to graduate courses of more than 3
years duration like Medical, Engineering, Agriculture, Pharmacy and Physical Education
etc. shall be eligible to participate in the Inter-University Tournament(s) for one year more
than the actual length of such graduate courses.

For the purpose of determining the number of years under the present rules:-
a. graduate courses shall be treated to be those where the admission is sought after
passing 10+2 or equivalent examination, as the case may be.
b. all other courses where admission is obtained after passing graduate degree
examinations, e.g. LLB, MBBS, B.Ed., & B.Lib. etc.will be clubbed with other
postgraduate courses like M.A., M.Sc., M.Com, M.Lib., M.Ed. & B.P.Ed. etc.

3. Only students who are less than 25 years of age as on 1st July of the academic year in which
the tournament is held, can participate.
4. A student employed on full time basis shall not be eligible to participate. However, the student(s)
receiving stipends from Public and Private Sector with a view to arrange financial support for
his/her studies can also participate in Inter University Tournaments.

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5. A student shall not be allowed to represent more than one University in Inter University
Tournaments during a single or same academic year.
6. Provisional admission to a course of a University or College shall not make the student(s)
eligible to represent the University in Inter University Tournaments.
7. In case of a student migrating from one University to another, his/her migration case will be
considered only after his/her admission in the new University is regularized and he/she is
admitted as a bonafide and eligible student by the new University.

B. Explanation:-

(i). In case of students changing from one course to another the period spend in the previous
course before joining the new course shall be counted towards total period of eligibility
for participation in Inter University Tournaments.
(ii). One year means the academic year in which the tournament is held irrespective of wheather
the student’s result is declared or not. It will normally extend from June/July of one
year to 12 calender months to the next year.
(iii) A bonafide and eligible University College student shall be allowed to participate in Inter
University Tournaments not more than two years in a particular class maintaining the same
restriction of participation to a period of one year more than the actual length/duration of a
degree/ course both at Graduate and Post Graduation levels. For example, not more than
four years while students are pursuing Graduate Course Degree and not more than three
years while they are pursuing post Graduate Course/Degree shall be allowed to participate,
as the case may be.
(iv) Interchange of faculty is allowed, provided the student passes his/her first year of the
class/course. If the candidate participates for two years in one particular class and if he/she
changes course for the identical year, he/she shall not be eligible to participate in Inter-
University Tournaments unless he/she clears/passes 1st year of new course.
(v) Students joining lower class/course from higher professional course degree, merely for the
sake of participation or winning Inter-University Competition(s) at the cost of their studies,
shall not be encouraged to ensure holistic development of personality of the University
Youths-future leaders of India.

Disqualification for violation of rules:-

1. Any disqualification of an athlete on the grounds of ineligibility will result in the automatic
scratching of his/her team, for that academic year. The team may be debarred from
participating in the tournament in that game/event) to be held in the following year, if
necessary.
2. A player/athlete disqualified on the basis of ineligibility shall not be permitted to participate
in University tournaments the next year, if necessary.
3. Those players who are selected for representing Indian University Team(s) to participate in
Sr. National level Tournaments if they represent some other organizations/state teams
without the permission of AIU, they shall be debarred from participation in the Inter-
University Tournaments and Senior National Championship as the case may be.
4. It shall be mandatory for those students who are sponsored by the Private and Public
Sector on stipend basis while studying in Universities and colleges to represent College /
University Indian Universities team(s) for participating in the corresponding competitions
such as Inter College, Inter-University and Sr. National Championships respectively because
of the fact that their admission is based on the sports quota in various colleges and
Universities.
5. In case of violation of these rules, the College or University authorities shall have the power
to cancel the admission of candidature of the defaulting sportsperson(s). Further, these
institutions may disallow them from appearing in the Annual Examinations, as the case may
be if necessary.
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ANNEXURE – V
(Applicable only to UICET, UIET and SSGPURC)

GRADING FOR SPORTSPERSONS

Note:- Tournaments/Championships other than Inter-University/Inter-College/Inter-School will be


considered for Gradation provided they are recognized and organized by the International Olympic
Committee, Indian Olympic Association/International Federations and respective National
Federations.

CATEGORY ‘A’

1. A person getting any of the first three positions in the Olympic Games/World Cup
Tournaments/Commonwealth Games/Afro-Asian Games/ Asian Games/ Asian
Championships/World Universities Games (FISU)/Davis Cup/Grand Slam in Tennis.
2. A person getting any of the first three positions in the SAF Games.
3. A person representing India in the Olympic Games/World Cup tournaments/Commonwealth
Games/ Afro -Asian Games/Asian Games/ Asian Championships/ World University Games
(FISU)/ Davis Cup/Grand Slam/SAF Games.
4. A person getting any first three positions while representing National team of juniors in the
International tournaments abroad and within the country.

CATEGORY ‘B’
1. A person representing India in international tournament or official test for seniors abroad and
within the country.
2. A person included in the All Indian Combined Universities team for seniors abroad and within
the country.
3. A person getting any of the first three positions in the Senior National Championships/Inter-
state Tournament for seniors.
4. A person getting any of the first three positions in the National Games.
5. A person getting any of the first three positions in the All India Inter-University Tournaments.
6. A person representing India in International tournament or official test for junior abroad and
within the country.
7. A person included in the All India Combined Universities teams for juniors* abroad and within
the country.
8. A person representing National teams for Schools in the International Tournaments or official
test within the country and abroad.
9. A person getting any of the first three positions in the National Zonal/Zonal Inter-University
meet or Championship/ Vizzy trophy for seniors.
10. A person getting any of the first three positions in the National Championship for Juniors*.
11. A person getting any of the first three positions in the National Championship for Youth**.
12. A person getting any of the first three positions in the National Championship for Schools.
13. A person getting any of the first three positions in the Federation Cup for Seniors.
14. A person getting any of the first three positions in the National Women Sports Festival.

CATEGORY ‘C’
1. A person included in the Panjab University team in the Inter-University Tournaments.
2. A person included in the State/Union-Territory teams in the Senior National
Championships/Inter-State for seniors.
3. A person included in the State/Union-Territory teams in the National Games for seniors.
4. A person included in the University Team other than the Panjab University in the Inter-
University Tournaments.
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5. A person included in the State/Union Territory teams in the Federation Cup for Seniors.
6. A person included in the State/Union Territory teams in the National Women Sports Festival.
7. A person getting any of the first three positions in All India Inter-Professional University Sports
Meet of Agriculture, Law, Medicine, Technical and Management Universities
8. A person included in the professional University team in Inter-Professional University
tournaments.
9. A person getting any of the first three positions in the Inter-College tournaments other than
Professional Universities.
10. A person getting any of the first three positions in the Inter-College tournaments of
Professional Universities.
11. A person getting any of the first three positions in the Inter-Distt./Union Territory
Championships for seniors.
12. A person included in the State/Union Territory Junior teams in the National Championships.
13. A person included in the State/Union Territory Youth team in the National Championships.
14. A person included in the State School/Union Territory Schools CBSE/ Kendriya Vidyalaya
Sangathan teams in the National School Games.
15. A person getting any of the first three positions in the State Junior /Union Territory
Championships for Junior.
16. A person getting any of the first three positions in the State School/Union Territory School
Games.
17. A person getting any of the first three positions in the State Youth/Union Territory Youth
Championships/tournaments.

CATEGORY ‘D’
1. A person getting any of the first three positions in the University ‘B’ Division Evening and
Education Inter-College tournaments.
2. A person getting any of the first three positions in the residential University/ PU Campus
Championships or tournaments.

* Junior means above 16 and upto 22 years of age.


** Youth means above 14 and upto 16 years of age.

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ANNEXURE-VI
(To be submitted on non-judicial stamp paper of the value of Rs. 5/-, duly attested by
Notary Public/1st ClassMagistrate)
(For PEC/CCET/CCA only)
AFFIDAVIT
I,………………………………………….son/daughter of Shri………………………………………, resident of
………………………………………………………………………………………………, and admitted to 1st year
B.E. Class of Punjab Engineering College/ Chandigarh College of Engineering & Technology,/Chandigarh
College of Architecture, Chandigarh against a seat reserved for sportspersons, do hereby declare and affirm
as under
That I will attend the play ground regularly and will also participate in inter-college and inter-university
tournaments whenever required. I understand that my admission will be cancelled if the terms of undertaking
thus given in para 2.2.4.13 on page 44 of the Joint Admission Brochure for admission to 1st Year of B.E.
Courses, 2010-2011 are not adhered to by me.
DEPONENT
VERIFICATION
I,.……………………………………, son/daughter of Shri………………………………….……., hereby
solemnly declare that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and nothing has
been concealed therein.
DEPONENT
NOTE: In case of a candidate being minor, the affidavit shall be filled in by his/her parents/guardians with
suitable amendments.

ANNEXURE VI-A
(To be submitted on non-judicial stamp paper of the value of Rs. 5/-, duly attested by
Notary Public/1st Class Magistrate)
(For UIET/UICET/SSGPURC only)
AFFIDAVIT

I ________________________son/daughter of__________________________________ Resident of


______________________________________________________________ do hereby declare as under-

i) That I am seeking admission to the Department of ____________________under the sports


Category.
ii) That in case I am admitted to the above said department I shall regularly attend the grounds for
practice and I shall also participate in P.U. Campus Sports Activities including P.U. Campus Annual
Athletic Meet/Inter-College/Inter University/National/ International Sports Tournament on behalf of the
P.U. Campus and the Panjab University , if selected.
iii) That in case, I fail to regularly attend the Grounds for practice or fail to participate in the Tournaments
as and when required, my admission to the Department of ___________________ shall be liable to
be cancelled.
iv) That in case my admission to the Deptt.of _________________ is cancelled due to my failure to
regularly attend the grounds for practice or to participate in the P.U. Campus Sports Activities
(including Annual Athletic Meet) /Inter-College/ Inter-University/National /International Sports
Tournament as may be required by the Deputy Director Physical Education, Campus Sports or the
Director Sports, Panjab University. I shall be have no claim on any account whatsoever against the
Department or against the University.

Deponent
VERIFICATION

I solemnly declare that the above statement is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief and that
nothing has been concealed there in

Deponent

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ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS REQUIRED AND COUNSELING PROCEDURE

1. On the scheduled date of counseling bring the application form (confirmation slip)
generated during the on-line submission of application, original challan receipt and
three extra recent photographs of passport size (5 cm x 4 cm).

2. Bring the original documents and one set of self attested photocopies of all the
documents.

3. Arrange original documents and their photocopies in the following order:

a) Duly filled-in scrutiny form


b) AIEEE-2010 Result Card
c) Original challan receipt
d) Application form (confirmation slip) Required for All
e) 10+2 detailed marks sheet
f) Class X certificate for Date of birth
g) Character Certificate

h) Freedom Fighter and Pension Certificate


i) S.C./S.T. certificate (Two copies)
j) Migration & Eligibility certificate
k) Kashmiri Migrant certificate
l) Certificate from institution where student has already taken
admission (Original Certificate)
m) Dependence on Military Personnel certificate
n) Gallantry award certificate(specify the award)
o) Death/Incapacitated in military action Required wherever
p) Sports Gradation certificate ( P.U.and/or U.T) applicable
q) Undertaking to attend the sport ground regularly
r) Physically Challenged certificate
s) Foreign National/PIO/NRI
t) Dependents on Terrorists Victims
u) Defence Personnel incapacitated while in service (for self
admission).
v) Serving defence personnel (for self admission)
w) Single Girl Child
x) Cancer/AIDS patient
y) Kargil Martyrs

4. The photocopies must be attached securely to the application form (confirmation slip) in
the above order.
5. At the counseling venue, the attendance of the candidates will be taken.
6. When called upon, go to the scrutiny desk and get your documents scrutinized.
7. After getting your document scrutinized, proceed to the guiding desk.
8. The guiding desk will guide the candidates rank wise to the allotment desk where the
candidate will be allotted the available engineering branch and the institute/college.
9. Report to the respective institute/college desk (where you have been allotted a seat).
10. If you are interested in taking a hostel seat, go to the desk for hostel allotment of that
college.

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SCRUTINY FORM
(The filled form must be brought at the time of counseling)

1. Place of passing 10+2 Examination: Chandigarh Outside Chandigarh


2. Category:……………………………….........….
3. Name: ……………………………………………
4. AIEEE Roll No.………………… Rank (BE)………………… Paste recent
passport size
5. Detail of Bank draft(s) photograph
No. ....................Dated ...................Amount ………… Drawn on (Bank) .……………….
Tick (√) in the boxes of column 3, if documents attached
CERTIFICATES ATTACHED (Original and one set of photocopies)
(Original Documents And Their Photocopies Must Be Arranged In The Following Order)
1 2 3 Verification
(Not to be filled by candidate)
S. LIST OF CERTIFICATES Tick √ if Common PEC/CCET UIET/
UICET/SSGPURC
No. attached
1. AIEEE-2009 Result Card
2. 10+2 detailed marks sheet
3. Date of birth certificate
4. Character Certificate
5. Freedom Fighter and Pension Certificate
6. S.C./S.T. certificate (Two copies)
7. Migration & Eligibility certificate
8. Kashmiri Migrant certificate
9. Certificate from institution where student has already
taken admission (Original Certificate)
10. Dependence on Military Personnel certificate
11. Gallantry award certificate(specify the award)
12. Death/Incapacitated in military action
13. Sports Gradation certificate ( P.U. and/or U.T)
14. Undertaking to attend the sport ground regularly
15. Physically Challenged certificate
16. Foreign National/PIO/NRI
17. Dependents on Terrorists Victims
18. Defence Personnel incapacitated while in service (for
self admission).
19. Serving defence personnel (for self admission)
20. Single Girl Child
21. Cancer/AIDS patient
22. Kargil Martyrs

Dated : Signature of the candidate


To be filled by the Scrutiny Officer
Specific Remarks by the Scrutiny Officer:
(i) Identity verified and found correct.
(ii) Eligible / ineligible Specific reason for being ineligible ………………………

(iii) Deficient Document: (a)……………………………(b)………………………….


(c)……………………………(d)………………………….
Date : Signature of Scrutiny Officer
“Ragging of any sort is banned and is a cognizable offence”

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TIME SCHEDULE FOR 1st COUNSELING
(10th July, 2010 – 15th July, 2010)
Venue : PEC University of Technology, Sector-12, Chandigarh.
Note: If the Dates for Ist counseling clash with the counseling dates of the central counseling board,
New Delhi then the below stated counseling dates will be modified and the new schedule will
be available on www.pec.ac.in and www.chdenggadmissions.nic.in.

S.No. Category AIEEE Rank Date Reporting Time


B.E. COURSES
1. Open Category 1-3000 10.07.2010 08.00 a.m.
3001-5000 10.07.2010 10.00 a.m.
5001-7000 10.07.2010 12.00 noon
7001-10000 10.07.2010 03.00 p.m.
10001-12000 11.07.2010 08.00 a.m.
12001-14500 11.07.2010 10.00 a.m.
14501-17000 11.07.2010 12.00 noon
17001-20000 11.07.2010 03.00 p.m.
20001-22500 12.07.2010 08.00 a.m.
22501-25000 12.07.2010 10.00 a.m.
25001-27500 12.07.2010 12.00 noon
27501-30000 12.07.2010 03.00 p.m.
30001-35000 13.07.2010 08.00 a.m.
35001-40000 13.07.2010 10.00 a.m.
40001-45000 13.07.2010 12.00 noon
45001-70000 13.07.2010 03.00 p.m.
All other eligible candidates 14.07.2010 03.00 p.m.
upto 15% marks in AIEEE-
2010
2. ST All candidates upto 10% 14.07.2010 10.00 a.m.
marks in AIEEE-2010
3. SC All candidates upto 10% 14.07.2010 11.00 a.m.
marks in AIEEE – 2010
4. Single Girl Child and All eligible candidates 14.07.2010 2.00 p.m.
Cancer / Aids patients
5. Physically Challenged All candidates upto 10% 14.07.2010 3.00 p.m.
marks in AIEEE-2010
6. Terrorist / Riots Victim, All eligible candidates 14.07.2010 4.00 p.m.
Kashmiri Migrant, Kargil
Martyrs
7. Sports All eligible candidates 15.07.2010 8.00 a.m.
8. Defence All eligible candidates 15.07.2010 12.00 noon
9. Freedom Fighter All eligible candidates 15.07.2010 3.00 p.m.
10. Foreign National / PIO / All eligible candidates 15.07.2010 4.00 p.m.
NRI

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B. Arch. Courses
1. All Categories including All eligible 15.07.2010 8.00 a.m.
reserved categories candidates
2. SC/ST/Physically All candidates upto 15.07.2010 12.00 noon
challenged 10% marks in AIEEE-
2010

Important Note :
1. All candidates are advised to check the updated counseling schedule
on www.chdenggadmissions.nic.in or www.pec.ac.in.
2. No Separate Interview / Counseling letter will be issued.
3. No Waiting list shall be prepared.

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TIME SCHEDULE FOR 2nd COUNSELING
(28th July, 2010 – 31st July, 2010)
Venue: PEC University of Technology, Sector-12, Chandigarh.
S.No. Category AIEEE Rank Date Reporting Time
B.E. COCURSES
1. Open Category 1-5000 28.07.2010 08.00 a.m.
5001-8000 28.07.2010 10.00 a.m.
8001-12000 28.07.2010 12.00 noon
12001-18000 28.07.2010 03.00 p.m.
18001-21000 29.07.2010 08.00 a.m.
21001-25000 29.07.2010 10.00 a.m.
25001-28000 29.07.2010 12.00 noon
28001-32000 29.07.2010 03.00 p.m.
32001-37000 30.07.2010 08.00 a.m.
37001-42000 30.07.2010 10.00 a.m.
42001-70000 30.07.2010 12.00 noon
All other eligible 30.07.2010 03.00 p.m.
candidates upto 15%
marks in AIEEE-2010
2. Terrorist / Riots Victim, All eligible candidates 30.07.2010 4.00 p.m.
Kashmiri Migrant, Kargil
Martyrs
3. ST All candidates upto 10% 31.07.2010 8.00 a.m.
marks in AIEEE-2010
4. SC All candidates upto 10% 31.07.2010 8.30 a.m.
marks in AIEEE – 2010
5. Physically Challenged All candidates upto 10% 31.07.2010 11.00 a.m.
marks in AIEEE-2010
6. Single Girl Child and All eligible candidates 31.07.2010 11.30 a.m.
Cancer / Aids patients
7. Sports All eligible candidates 31.07.2010 12.00 noon
8. Defence All eligible candidates 31.07.2010 2.00 p.m.
9. Freedom Fighter All eligible candidates 31.07.2010 3.30 p.m.
10. Foreign National / PIO / All eligible candidates 31.07.2010 4.00 p.m.
NRI
B. Arch. Courses

1. All Categories including All eligible 31.07.2010 2.00 p.m.


reserved categories candidates
2. SC/ST/Physically All candidates upto 31.07.2010 4.00 p.m.
challenged 10% marks in AIEEE-
2010

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3rd Counseling (17th August – 19th August, 2010) B.E. COURSE
1. All reserved categories All eligible candidates 17.08.2010 8.00 a.m.
(SC/ST, Sports, Military /
Defence Quota, Physically
Challenged, Freedom
fighter, Cancer / aids
Patients, Kashmiri Migrant,
Single Girl Child, Terrorist
/ Riot Victims, Kargil
Martyrs.
2. Open Category 1-70000 18.08.2010 8.00 a.m.
All eligible candidates 19.08.2010 8.00 a.m.
upto 15% marks in
AIEEE – 2010
B. Arch. Courses
All categories including All Eligible 18.08.2010 2.00 p.m.
reserved categories Candidates
9SC/ST/Physically
Challenged)

Important Note :
1. All candidates are advised to check the updated counseling schedule on
www.chdenggadmissions.nic.in or www.pec.ac.in.
2. No Separate Interview / Counseling letter will be issued.
3. No Waiting list shall be prepared.

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PANJAB UNIVERSITY,CHANDIGARH

APPLICATION FOR REFUND OF (i) LIBRARY SECURITY (ii) TUITUION FEE/EXCESS FEE
[The time limit for claiming security is six months]
To
the student (in block letters The Registrar,
Panjab Universty,
Chandigarh.
Dear Sir,
Kindly refund the sum of Rs ………………….(Rupees ……………………………………………only) paid by me to
your office, as per particulars given below:
1. Name of)………………………………………………………………………………………..
2. Father’s name …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
3. Name of the Department ……………………………………………………………………………………………………..
4. Class…………………………………………………………… 5. Class/Roll No……………………………………
6. Reasons for claiming refund …………………………………………………………………………………………...
7. Date of joining the Department ………………………………………………………………….(year in which you
sought the admission for the 1st time)
8. Date of leaving the department …………………………………………………………………………………
9. I willingly donate the sum of Rs ………………………..(……………………………………..)
deposited by me as Security, to a fund, for building an Auditorium in the University.

Name & signature of the donor.

Counter Signature
Chairman/Head of the Deptt.
Yours faithfully,

Dated………………………..20

(Signature of the student)

Address at which the


Cheque is to be sent … …………………………………………………………………………………………...
TO BE FILLED IN BY THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT

Endorsement No…………………………………………………………….Dated………………..20
Forwarded to the Registrar, Panjab University, Chandigarh, with the remarks:
(1) That the above particulars have been verified and found correct.
(2) That the student has returned all the books and apparatus to the Department and nothing is due from him/he.
(3) That he/she did not overstay in the department in connection with the completion of his/her research work(
this is applicable in the case of M.Sc./M.Pharm. students only).
(4) That the student owes nothing to the Panjab University Library and the clearance certificate from the
Librarian is given below.
It is further certified that student has worked as a Student Demonstrator, with effect from………………20 to 31st March,
20
(5) That the claim has been made within the time limit of 6 months.

Head of the Department


Certified that Mr./Miss/Mrs…………………………………………………Roll No………………………..
Class ………………….. deptt…………………………… Session ………………………….. has returned all the books
and nothing is due from him/her.
Librarian
Panjab University Library, Chandigarh

P.T.O

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TO BE FILLED IN BY N.C.C. OFFICE

Certified that Mr…………………………………………………….Cadet No………………………..…..


of ……………………….…. Department ……..…………………..…….. Class, owes nothing to the N.C.C
Office.

O.C.
Panjab University N.C.C. Office.
TO BE FILLED IN BY THE ACCOUNTS BRANCH

University Receipt No. and Date………………………………………………….


D & C No……………...…………. Year…………………………………………
A sum of Rs. …………………………….. may kindly be refunded and cheque be prepared in the name
of ………………………………………………………………………………………………………..….

A.R.A. O.S.A. Assistant Accounts Clerk

OFFICE PAY ORDER AUDIT PAY ORDER

Pay Rs………………………

Rupees……………………..
Budget Provision : exists

Refund
Budget Head Refund of Student
Security

Examined by : Prepared by :

Cheque No.

Date A.R.A.

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