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  • Admissions are made on the basis of Academic Merit, Written Objective test and Personal Interview, as specified.
  • Candidates will be called for interview on the basis of marks obtained in various pre-qualifying and/or qualifying examinations as well as marks obtained in the written test. A candidate must obtain at least 30% marks in the written test of the concerned programme to be eligible to be called for interview. However, all Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates who satisfy the eligibility criteria and appear in the concerned Written Test Shall be called for personal interview.
  • Final selection is made from the merit list prepared on the basis of Academic Merit, performance in the written objective test as applicable and personal interview. Further details are given in the subsequent paragraphs.


As a part of selection process, all candidates will be called for written and/or practical test whereas, for admission to BTech (Full-Time), no written test will be conducted as their JEE (Mains) score will be considered:

Normally, such lists are ready at least 4-5 days  before the scheduled date of the written entrance test  and uploaded on the website of the Institute. Call letters/Admit Cards for written objective test and interview are posted on the website and these shall be available on admission portal http://www.dei.ac.in. The Institute will not be responsible if the admit cards posted on the website are not watched and downloaded by the candidates.


Appearance in written objective test is mandatory for admission and the applicant will appear in it at his/her own expense. Questions will be of objective type with each question having four possible answers (only one correct). The scope of the written test would span over the level of the qualifying examination along with questions on General Knowledge. There will be no negative marking.


Candidates, who satisfy all eligibility conditions for the courses they have applied for and have also appeared in the relevant written test and obtained at least 30% marks, will be called for Personal Interview subject to a maximum of approximately five times the number of available seats in each course. However, all Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates who satisfy the eligibility conditions and have appeared in the concerned written test shall be called for personal interview. Candidates will be required to produce their original certificates along with a set of self-attested photocopies at the time of the interview, failing which their candidature will be rejected forthwith. The set of photocopies will be retained for institute record. A candidate eligible for interview in more than one course will appear for interview only once and the marks he/she scores in that interview, will be considered while preparing the merit lists of all courses for which he/she  is eligible.


Final selection for admission will be made on the basis of the merit including marks allotted for extra-curricular activities on the following parameters.

•     Academic Merit computed from the marks in various pre-qualifying and/or qualifying examinations.*

•     Marks obtained in the Written Objective Test or Practical Test

•     Interview

*   For selection to MBA (Business Management), Group Discussion will be considered instead of marks obtained in pre-qualifying and qualifying examination. In the Group Discussion, applicants will be required to discuss a case study in groups.

      However, for BTech (Full-Time) admissions, JEE (Mains) score will be considered in lieu of written test marks.


All information regarding the admission process, including the points obtained by the candidates in the various components (prior merit, written test, interview, group discussion and points awarded on the basis of certificates for participation in games, sports, cultural and co-curricular activities and social service, etc.) will be available on the admission portal of the Institute from time to time:


Candidates must refer to and check the admission portal regularly for the list of candidates shortlisted for written tests and interviews, admit cards and the order of merit after the final selection, based on which the admissions to the Institute will be made in the various programmes of the Institute.

In any case the Institute does not own any responsibility for non-delivery or late delivery of the communications. Candidates, who fail to appear at the test/interview on the date and time fixed for the purpose, shall not be given another opportunity and their candidature shall stand rejected. No further correspondence will be entertained in this connection.


Candidates selected for admission to BTech course will be examined by the Medical Officer of the Institute (Saran Ashram Hospital, Dayalbagh) for due physical fitness for the academic programme. Candidates will themselves bear the expenditure in this connection. Candidates who fail to appear before the Medical Officer on the date fixed for the purpose or found medically unfit, shall be rejected and their selection shall be cancelled.


·         Selected candidates will be considered admitted to the Institute only when they have paid the first installment of the required fee as indicated in the enclosed Fee Schedule, by the prescribed date. Failure to pay the fees in time will result in automatic cancellation of their selection.  At any given time, fee for an integrated course would be that of lower degree if both are running concurrently.

·         Candidates are required to bring their fees at the time of admission in cash or by Bank Draft. During the entire course of study, the fees, as indicated in the fee schedule, must be paid on the dates notified from time to time.

·         In the event of a newly admitted candidate surrendering his/her seat before the commencement of the course, the entire fee collected from the student shall be refunded (after a deduction of the processing fee of not more than Rs.1000/-) along with the original certificates/documents (if deposited) provided the seat falling vacant has been filled by another candidate by the last date of admission. Claim for refund of fee after forfeiting admission in a programme of study is admissible only up to 2 months from the prescribed day of registration in that programme.

·         All students, after the completion of their course and the clearing of all Institute dues, can make claim for refund of deposited caution money within 2 years from the date of completion of the course. Thereafter no claim would be entertained and the caution money shall stand forfeited.


·         A candidate shall be considered to be admitted as a student in the Institute as soon as he/she is admitted by the Dean/Principal concerned, registered for admission on the prescribed registration day or the next working day following and has paid the prescribed fees in cash on the scheduled fee collection day or through bank draft by the next working day, otherwise he/she shall forfeit his/her claim for admission.

·         After their admission, the candidates are required to enroll themselves in the Institute. Those coming from outside Institutions and seeking admission in the Institute, shall submit their complete enrolment forms along with their transfer/migration certificates to the respective Dean/Principal on the prescribed registration day, i.e., the first day of scheduled opening of classes.  However, transfer/migration certificates can be submitted up to two more weeks. A student shall be considered as enrolled if, after admission as per clause mentioned in the above paragraph; he/she has submitted the completed enrolment form and transfer/migration certificate.

·         Students taking admission for the first time in a degree course of the Institute are required to submit the transfer/migration certificate issued from the last institution attended by them. Students taking admission in BEd or other Post Graduate courses of the Institute are required to submit the migration certificate issued from the last Institution/University attended by them. Those students, who have passed their Intermediate examination as private candidates, should submit the transfer certificate from the Institution last attended by them and also submit a photocopy of the mark sheet of their Intermediate examination duly attested by themselves and their respective Deans/Principals along with their enrolment forms.

·         A student admitted within the first two weeks from the prescribed day of registration after commencement of the session, shall be required to pay the prescribed fee from the beginning of the session. However, due to non-payment of fee in time, if a candidate’s admission is forfeited, he/she may claim it again by paying an additional late fee of Rs. 100 each for registration and fee submission, provided there still exists a vacancy in the said program.

·         Students failing to submit their enrolment forms by the prescribed registration day, shall be allowed to submit thesis within two more weeks by paying a late fee of Rs.100/-.

·         Students failing to submit their transfer/migration certificates within two weeks from the prescribed registration day, shall be allowed to  submit these within two more weeks by paying a late fee of Rs.100/-.

·         Students who have submitted their enrolment forms within two weeks from the prescribed registration day but have failed to submit their valid transfer/migration certificates within four weeks from the prescribed registration day, may be allowed to submit these with late fee of Rs.100/-, on furnishing a written undertaking seeking further time for submission of their transfer/migration certificates at the latest up to the 31st August of their first semester. Names of students failing to submit their transfer/migration certificates by 31st August of the first semester shall be struck-off the rolls of the Institute.

·         Provided further that the Director may, for special reason(s) to be recorded, allow further time for submission of enrolment forms and/or transfer/migration certificates up to the 30th September of the first semester on payment of a late fee each of Rs.200/- .

·         The schedule of starting of classes will be notified through a notification issued by the concerned Dean/Principal.

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