UG Forms Needs No Physical Verification: Department of Higher Education
There will be no physical validation of UG application forms this year in view of the Covid-19 situation. Read for more details.
UG Application Form: Due to the Covid-19 situation, there will not be any physical verification of UG application forms this year. Students are instructed not to visit any location to verify their Common Application Form (CAF) until admission, the Higher Education department stated in a statement announcing the procedures for admission to degree colleges on Wednesday, August 10, 2022.
CAF will be auto-validated if a student’s marks are verified online. Such CAFs will be verified at the destination degree college during admission. Students are not required to visit colleges even if a CAF is not approved in the Student’s Academic Management System (SAMS).
Unlike in previous years, no admission fees will be collected online through the SAMS portal. Students won’t be required to pay entrance fees to the college where they are accepted until e-admission is complete. To stop ragging, students must sign an agreement promising not to participate and acknowledge that they could face a penalty if found guilty of ragging or supporting it.
The department also announced the computation of final marks during UG admission to clear up any confusion regarding mark computation in cases when students pass from ICSE, CBSE, and other boards. During the final admission, the students must have all of their original certificates with them.
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