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Does the college have a hostel?

What are the facilities provided by the hostel?

Asked By Nikita,
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Hostel Facility For Boys and Girls at University of Kashmir:

Fully furnished hostel facility for boys and girls is provided on the campus. The campus is Wi-Fi connected including hostel rooms, corridor, Canteen, and cafeteria. The room has incoming telephone call facility. Medical facilities and Laundry facilities are also provided in Hostels. 

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Asked By Trisha,
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The University established the Centre for Career Planning and Counselling in 2008. The mission of the Centre is to provide services and resources for students in career and educational planning as well as help them in their job search and provides a constructive professional environment to deal with any issue affecting the students’ studies.

Some of leading companies that visited the University recently include:-

  • HDFC Bank Ltd.,

  • Standard Chartered Bank;

  • Infosys Technologies,

  • Hindustan Unilever Ltd.,

  • IYogi (India)

  • Yes Bank,

  • Tata Consultancy Services,

  • Ligare

  • Axis Bank

  • Saint-Gobain,

  • HCL Technologies

  • Godrej and Boyce India Ltd.

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Asked By Rachel,
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The fee for BBA+MBA course at University of Kashmir is 50,000 INR. 

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Merit Scholarships:

The meritorious students in each program are eligible to receive merit scholarships which are paid to the first two top merit holders. Merit scholarship in favor of 1st & 2 nd semester students is granted on the basis of merit obtained in the Entrance Examination, while in the 3rd + 4th/5th +6th semesters, it is granted on the basis of merit obtained in the 1st + 2nd / 3rd + 4th semesters. The scholarship is granted from the date of admission to the program up to the last date of the examination, subject to a maximum period of 12 calendar months in a year.

Research Scholarships:

There are four research scholarships in each Department/Research Centre for carrying out research leading to the award of Ph.D./M Phil degrees in addition to the contingency grant payable annually for meeting miscellaneous expenses.

Student-aid Fund:

The University has also adopted a scheme called Student aid Fund under which financial assistance is extended to meritorious students who come from low-income group families. The candidates have to apply for the scholarship through their Departments. The Kashmir University Alumni Association also provides financial assistance to students with poor economic background. Preference, however, is given to orphans.

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Asked By Numan,
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Hi Numan!

Here are the details:

ELIGIBILITY:

1. Candidates having passed the qualifying examination with the required minimum percentage of marks in aggregate as given below are eligible to apply for admission to the respective programme/s.

(a) M. Sc. Bio-Technology, M. Pharm, LL. M, M. Ed and Diploma in BioInformatics - Open Merit (55%) Reserved Categories (50%)

(b) MBA, IMBA, B.Tech., MBA (Financial Management) - Open Merit (50%) Reserved Categories (45%)

(c) Other programmes - Open Merit (45%) Reserved Categories (40%)

2. Candidates having appeared in the qualifying examination can also apply provisionally, subject to acquiring required minimum percentage by or before the day of issuance of 1st selection list.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION:

  1. The eligible candidates shall be required to appear in Entrance Test comprising of 60 multiple choice questions (MCQ) carrying a total of sixty marks covering the syllabus prescribed for the concerned subject/programme. The detailed syllabi and previous year’s entrance papers of all PG and other programmes “to which University is offering admission” are available on the official website of the University www.kashmiruniversity.net 
  2. 2. Entrance Test may not be conducted for admission to a programme/ course where intake capacity is equal to or more than the number of eligible applicants.
  3. 3. Negative marking shall be @25% i.e. for each wrong answer 0.25 marks shall be deducted.

 

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