Sunday, July 29, 2007

Admission Brochure
for
ONLINE ENTRANCE TEST-OLET(LEET)-2007
&
COUNSELLING
for Admission to
2nd Year ( 3rd Semester)
B.E./B.Tech. and B.Pharmacy
for the Session 2007-08
in
the University Departments, Govt./Govt. Aided/Private
institutions located in State of Haryana
Also can be seen at :
http://techeduhry.nic.in
Issued under the authority of
Haryana State Counselling Society,
Panchkula
Price : For General Category at counter Rs. 600/- (Rs. Six hundred only)
For SC/ BC Category of Haryana Rs. 200/- (Rs. Two hundred only)
Rs. 50/- Extra by Registered post.
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“To reorient Technical Education which shall be relevant to
the real world-of-work, attractive to the students,
responsive to the industry and connected to the
community at large.”
- Vision -
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CONTENTS
Sr.
No.
Description Page
1. Important Procedural changes for the session 2007-08 5-7
2. Key dates Last
Page
3. Contact persons 8
4. Chapter -1 Definitions 9
5. Chapter -2 General Information 10-12
6. Chapter -3 Eligibility for Admission 13-15
7. Chapter -4 Seats Detail 16-22
8. Chapter -5 Reservation of Seats 23-25
9. Chapter -6 Admit Card 27
10. Chapter -7 Scheme & Syllabi 27-39
11. Chapter -8 Instructions and procedure for Entrance Test 40-41
12. Chapter -9 Evalulation of Result 42
13. Chapter -10 Counseling procedure. 43-46
Registration Form for admission to LEET Course for the session 2007-08 47-48
14. Chapter -11 Fee Structure 49-52
15. Chapter -12 Institute-wise 1st and last ranking of admission status for the session
2006-07
53-60
16. Chapter -13 Haryana State Counselling Society 61-64
17. Chapter -14 List of documents to be brought at the time of reporting 65
18. Chapter -15 NRI Quota Seats 66
19. Annexure -I Character Certificate 67
20. Annexure -II Haryana Resident Certificate 68
21. Annexure -III Certificate of Employer 69
22. Annexure -IV Scheduled Caste Certificate 70
23. Annexure -V Backward Class Certificate 71
24. Annexure -VI Affidavit by parents of BC candidates 72
25. Annexure -VII Medical Certificate for physically handicapped candidates 73
26. Annexure -VIII Freedom Fighter’s Certificate 74
27. Annexure -IX Certificate for deceased or disabled or discharged Military/Para-
Military personnel and ESM
75
28. Annexure -X ESM Certificate 76
29. Annexure -XI Medical Fitness Certificate 77-78
30. Annexure -XII Receipt of deposition of counselling participation fee of Rs.500/- and
Admission Fee of Rs. 10000/- or Rs.15000/- as the case may be.
79
31. Appendix -A Reservation of seats of various categories 80-81
32. Appendix -B List of Backward Classes in Haryana 82
33. Appendix -C List of Scheduled Castes in Haryana 83
34. Appendix -D Bonafide Residents of Haryana- guidelines regarding 84-85
35. Appendix -D1 to
D4
Bonafide Resident of Haryana- guidelines regarding 86-91
36. Appendix -E List of self-styled Institutions/Universities which have been declared fake by
the University Grants Commission and other Government bodies
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37. Appendix -F Seat Matrix 93-95
38. Appendix -G List of participating institutes and their designated institute for the
purpose of reporting by the candidate.
96-104
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Important Procedural instructions for the Session 2007-08 :
1. Admissions shall be made through On-line Off-Campus counselling by NIC.
2. The State of Haryana has decided to conduct Online Entrance Test-OLETLEET(
Engg.)-2007 for admissions to AICTE approved B.E./B.Tech. courses and
Online Entrance Test-OLET-LEET(Pharmacy) for B. Pharmacy course offered by
Universities through their designated departments, Govt. /Govt. Aided/Private
unaided minority & non-minority institutions located in the State.
3. Pre-requisite registration fee for counselling for LEET-2007 is Rs. 500/- only & shall
be deposited by the candidate through cash/cheque/draft/ cash transfer, in the account
of Haryana State Counselling Society in any of the Centralized Banking Solution
(CBS) branch of Punjab National Bank on the prescribed format which is available in
the Admission Brochure (Annexure-XII)/PNB & can be downloaded from the
website www.techeduhry.nic.in, in Account No.
Candidates without depositing Rs. 500/- shall not be considered for admission for
allotment of seat. Candidates are advised in their own interest to deposit counselling
participation fee of Rs. 500/-before the Registration and to check display of their fee
deposited entry on counselling website. In case, fee entry is not displayed on the
counselling website the concerned PNB Branch may be contacted immediately.
4. A candidate shall be allowed for change of his/her registration details on the
counselling websites as and when required before submission of choices during
counselling period. In case any candidate changes registration details after submission
of choices, all choices filled earlier will be initialized and all choices will be required
to be filled in again.
5. Locking of submitted choices is essentially required.
6. After the result of 1st counselling, the candidate is required to deposit Rs. 10,000/- in
case a seat is allotted, in University Department/ Aided Institution Rs. 25,000/- in
case a seat is allotted in any other institute, in the account of Haryana State
Counselling Society. The deposition of this admission fee will entail the candidate,
(subject to conformity through interface with Punjab National Bank), to confirm the
admission in the allotted institute besides other formalities of joining/reporting in
designated institute by the candidates and verification of credentials.
7. Candidates after depositing the admission fee as mentioned in para-6 above, shall
report in the designated institute for joining, verifications of documents and for
further directions regarding reporting at allotted Institute. The candidate shall report
in the designated centre with the allotment letter generated from the website alongwith
all requisite documents/certificates/testimonials and password. The Joining shall
be deemed to be confirmed only after signing the joining jointly by Institute &
candidate. The list of designated institutes for various participating institutes is
available at Appendix-G.
8. After joining by a candidate at the designated institute, such institute will update the
status of joining/non-joining by a candidate by simply tick marking the checklist
online only by checking all the parameters of the check list.
9. i) The candidates, who would like to upgrade their earlier allotted Institute, will
also be permitted to participate in the subsequent counselling provided a sum of
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Rs. 2,500/- (Rs. Two thousand five hundred only) as a sliding fee in the event of
upgrading institute in the 2nd & 3rd Counselling, shall be deducted/forfeited by
the HSCS from the admission fee deposited by the candidate in the A/c of
HSCS (after first counselling). If the status of the 1st or 2nd counselling of the
candidate remains unchanged in the subsequent counselling by NIC due to nonavailability
of Institute of the choice of the candidate, only Rs. 500/- shall be
deducted by HSCS.
ii) In the event of a student/candidate withdrawing before the starting of the
session, the wait-listed candidates should be given admissions against the vacant
seat. The entire fee collected from the student, after a deduction of the
processing fee of not more than Rs. 1,000/- (Rs. One thousand only) shall be
refunded and returned by the Institution and University to the student/candidate
withdrawing from the programme. It would not be permissible for Institutions
and Universities to retain the School/Institution Leaving Certificates in original.
Should a student leave after joining the course and if the seat consequently
falling vacant has been filled by another candidate by the last date of admission,
the institution must return the fee collected with proportionate deductions of
monthly fee and proportionate hostel rent, where applicable.
Any violation of instructions issued by the AICTE, shall call the punitive action
including withdrawal of approval and recognition of erring institutions and
Universities. AICTE shall on its own or on receipt of specific complaints from
those affected take all such steps as may be necessary to enforce these
directions.
iii) In the event of withdrawal of admission/surrendering the seat/leaving the
institution from the date of start of the session to the date of authentication of
admission list by HSCS, seats of the Institute thus remaining vacant, the entire
admission fee deposited by the candidate in account of HSCS or the Institute
concerned, as the case may be, shall be forfeited. Anyhow, the institution
concerned shall return back, caution money and pro rata charges deposited by
him for hostel, mess and other add on facilities.
iv) Anyhow, after the submission of final admission list by the Institute to the
affiliating university after authentication by the HSCS, seats of the Institute thus
remaining vacant, the entire amount of admission fee/other dues deposited by a
candidate may be forfeited by the institute.
10. Fulfilling of eligibility for LEET-2007 for admission to 2nd year B.E./B.Tech. &
B.Phrmacy Course w.r.t. qualification and percentage of qualifying exam. shall be
proved by the candidate not at the time of seat allotment but one week prior to final
cut off date for admissions. A candidate may not be eligible on the 1st day of
counselling but may be eligible on subsequent days of counselling due to the reasons,
whatsoever. The candidate may seek admission at his/her own risk and cost and if
he/she is found ineligible, his/her entire dues shall be forfeited and his/her admission
shall be cancelled for which he/she shall have no claim, whatsoever.
11. Under no circumstances the original certificates of the candidate should be retained
by the institute. The candidate seeking admission will submit 3 sets of his
documents/ certificates/ testimonials duly attested by the Principal/ Headmaster of the
school/college last attended/any gazetted officer, at the time of reporting in the
institute. The Director-Principal/Registrar of the Institute will authenticate these
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documents/certificates/testimonials after comparing these from the originals and the
originals will be returned to the candidate. One set of these documents/certificates/
testimonials thus authenticated by the institute shall be deposited in the affiliating
University, for the purpose of registration, for which no original certificate shall be
demanded. Anyhow, if the affiliating University, so desires, the original certificates
from the candidate can be demanded through the institute of his admission for any
purpose whatsoever these may be.
12. For the guidance of candidates, Institute-wise 1st & last ranking of admission status
of the session 2006-07 is available on www.techeduhry.nic.in the link on home page
& also at Chapter-12.
13. For availability of seats, Eligibility, Fee Structure, Procedure etc. for admission
against NRI Quota seats, Chapter-15 may be referred. Eligibility for such seats shall
remain the same as mentioned in Chapter-3. Anyhow, the candidates passing
qualifying exam. from foreign countries shall produce the equivalency certificate
from the Association of Indian University, New Delhi.
14. After 2nd or 3rd Counselling, as the case may be, all the resultant net vacant seats shall
be filled by the institutes as spelt out in Chapter 10(B).
15. A control room at Directorate of Technical Education, Haryana, SCO 38-39, Sector-
17-A, Chandigarh has been set up to reply any query from the candidates round the
clock during the counselling period. Queries, if any, may be mailed to
hscs.dte@hry.nic.in by giving complete details.
16. Always quote your Registration No./OLET(LEET)-2007 Roll No. while making
correspondence regarding admission to 2nd year B.E./ B.Tech. & B. Pharmacy course.
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Contact Persons
Haryana State Counselling Society (HSCS) Camp Office:
SCO 38-39, Sector 17A, Chandigarh-160017.
Phone No. 0172-2702667
Fax. 0172-2540338
E-mail: hscs.dte@hry.nic.in
Sr. No. Name of the Officer & Designation Telephone No.
1. Sh. D.K. Gupta, Additional Director, Technical Education, Haryana. 0172-2727094,
5036064
2 Sh. K.K. Kataria, Additional Director (Exam.), Technical Education,
Haryana.
0172-2540812
3 Sh. Sunil Seth, Joint Director, Technical Education, Haryana. 0172-2702667
Ext. 37
4 Smt. Anita, Sr. Lecturer, Technical Education, Haryana. 0172-2702667
Ext. 51
5 Smt. Amita, Programmer, Technical Education, Haryana. 0172-2540338
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CHAPTER : 1
DEFINITIONS
i) “AIC” means “All India Category”.
ii) “AICTE” means “All India Council for Technical Education.”
iii) “OLET(LEET)-2007” means “Online Entrance Test-2007 for admission to 2nd year
B.E./B.Tech. & B.Pharmacy.”
iv) “LEET(Engg.)” means ‘Lateral Entry Entrance Test for Engg. -2007’
v) “LEET(P)” means ‘Lateral Entry Entrance Test for B. Pharmacy -2007’
vi) “BC-A” means “Backward Class Block ‘A’ ” of Haryana.
vii) “BC-B” means “Backward Class Block ‘B’ ” of Haryana.
viii) “CCS HAU” means “Ch. Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar.”
ix) “CDLU” means “Ch. Devi Lal University, Sirsa.”
x) “CFF” means “Children of Freedom Fighters” of Haryana.
xi) “Department” means “Department of Technical Education, Haryana.”
xii) “ESM” means “Ex-Servicemen and their Wards” of Haryana.
xiii) “GJU” means “Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar.”
xiv) “Haryana Resident” means “a person eligible for grant of Resident Certificate as per
instructions of Chief Secretary, Haryana, vide memo No. 62/17/95 – 6 GSI dated 3.10.96,
No. 62/27/2003-6GSI Dated 29-7-2003, No. 62/32/2000-6GSI Dated 23-5-2003 and No.
22/28/2003-3G.S.III dated 30-1-04.
xv) “HOGC” means “Haryana Open General Category”.
xvi) “Intake” means “Sanctioned Intake”
xvii) “KU” means “Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra”.
xviii) “MDU” means “Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak.”
xix) “HSCS” means “Haryana State Counselling Society, Panchkula” Camp Office at
Chandigarh.
xx) “MHRD” means “Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of
India.”
xxi) “PH” means “Physically Handicapped” of Haryana.
xxii) “Qualifying Examination” : For Qualifying Examination, refer to Chapter 3.
xxiii) “SC-A” means “Scheduled Caste Block ‘A’ of Haryana.”
xxiv) “SC-B” means “Scheduled Caste Block ‘B’ ” of Haryana.
xxv) “NIC” means National Informatics Centre, New Delhi and State Unit, Chandigarh.
xxvi) “State Government” means “Government of Haryana.”
xxvii) “UGC” means “University Grants Commission”.
xxviii) “University” means “Affiliating University”.
xxix) “State Quota” means “the seats meant for Haryana resident candidates in terms of
Appendix “A”.
xxx) “K.M.” means “Kashmiri Migrants”.
xxxi) “M.Q.” means “Minority Quota or the seats available for the candidates of
concerned Minority Community of the Institutes”.
xxxii) “NRI’s Seats” means “the seats meant for non-resident Indians & their children or
wards” in true spirit of PA Inamdar’s case.
xxxiii) “SFC” means “State Fee Committee”.
xxxiv) “PI” means the “Participating Institutes”.
xxxv) “AI” means the “Allotted Institute” for the purpose of admission.
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CHAPTER: 2
GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Admission Brochure is available by sale at the sale counters of all Govt./Govt.
Aided/University Departments/Private Institutes offering B.E./B.Tech. & B.
Pharmacy course (Details available at Chapter-4) and also in the camp office of
Haryana State Counselling Society/Directorate of Technical Education, Haryana,
SCO 38-39, Sector 17A, Chandigarh & can be seen from the websites as mentioned
on the cover page.
2. This Admission Brochure is for online admission test OLET(LEET)-2007 & for
admission to 2nd year B.E./B. Tech. & 2nd year B. Pharmacy course for the Academic
Year 2007-08 only. Its contents are subject to change without prior notice.
3. Haryana residents are also entitled for admission against All India Category seats.
4. Nothing contained in this Admission Brochure should be construed to convey
sanction or cited as an authority for which University regulations alone are
applicable.
5. The private unaided institutions shall make admission against 25% of the sanctioned
seats at their own level, on merit with transparency strictly as per Hon’ble Supreme
Court directions during the schedule mentioned in key dates. The vacant/ leftover/
unfilled seats, if any, as notified by HSCS on website after 2nd / 3rd counselling, as the
case may be, shall also be filled by the institutes.
6. 3 Counsellings will be conducted for admission to AICTE approved 2nd year B.E./B.
Tech. & 2nd year B. Pharmacy Course for all the seats of Govt. / Aided/ University
Departments & 75% seats of Private Institutes only as follows :
1st Counselling - By the NIC for these seats.
2nd Counselling - By the NIC for General & Reserved Category
Candidates, after inter conversion of reserved category
seats.
3rd Counselling - By NIC or Physical Counselling required, if any.
7. Private institutes shall make admission for 25% seats including 15% seats for
Children/ Wards of NRI’s at their own level on merit with transparency in true spirit
of relevant decision(s) of Hon’ble Supreme Court.
8. The admissions made by private institutes at their own level are open for supervision
and monitoring of Directorate of Technical Education, Haryana, Haryana State
Counselling Society and State Admission Committee constituted by the State Govt. in
pursuance of the judgment dated 14.08.2003 of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in
Writ Petition (Civil) No. 350 of 1993 (Islamic Academy & Anr. vs. State of
Karnataka & Ors.).
9. The decision of the Haryana State Counselling Society (HSCS) in all matters relating
to the admissions shall be final.
10. If a candidate is admitted on the basis of the information submitted by him/her, which
is found to be incorrect or false later on, his/her admission shall be cancelled and all
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fees and other dues paid by him/her shall be forfeited. The HSCS/University/Institute
may also take further action, as deemed fit, against the candidate and his/her guardian
in accordance with law.
11. If the University authorities are not satisfied with the character, past behaviour and
antecedents of a candidate, they may refuse to admit him/her in the University/
Institute. In order to ensure academic standards, discipline and peaceful atmosphere
in the University/Institute, the Vice-Chancellor of the University concerned may
cancel the admission of any student for a specified period.
12. If a candidate takes admission against one category and later on wants admission
against another category, then the admission made earlier would be cancelled and the
seat so vacated would be offered to the next candidate. The fee would be deducted in
accordance with the relevant clauses mentioned in Chapter 11.
13. Canvassing in any form is strictly prohibited. Further, if any candidate, person or
official engages himself/herself in any act that results in the use of unfair means in
this counselling, he/she shall be liable to prosecution under relevant law, including
the Indian Penal Code. Candidates indulging in any such activity and/or canvassing
may also be denied admission.
14. Candidates seeking admission in private unaided institutions are advised to ensure
that they are lawfully admitted failing which, they shall not be authenticated by the
HSCS and shall not be registered by the affiliating Universities and they themselves
shall be responsible for any such lapse.
15. All disputes pertaining to counselling for making admissions to 2nd year B.E./B. Tech.
& 2nd year B. Pharmacy course for the session 2007-08 are subject to the jurisdiction
of Chandigarh only. The Haryana State Counselling Society (HSCS) shall be the legal
authority in whose name the State may sue or may be sued for this purpose. No suit,
prosecution or other legal proceedings shall lie against the State of Haryana or any
officer of the State Govt. or the NIC or Haryana State Counselling Society, for
anything which is in good faith done or intended to be done for the purpose of Online
Off-campus Counselling.
16. All the rules and regulations for submission of migration certificate by the candidates
who have passed the qualifying examinations from other Universities/Boards will be
applicable as per the rules of the concerned university.
17. Ragging in educational institutions is banned and any one indulging in ragging is
likely to be punished appropriately, which may include expulsion from the institution,
suspension from the institution or classes for a limited period or fine with a public
apology. The punishment may also take the shape of (i) withholding scholarships or
other benefits, (ii) debarring from representation in events, (iii) withholding results,
(iv) suspension or expulsion from hostel or mess, and the like. If the individuals
committing or abetting ragging are not/cannot be identified, collective punishment
can be awarded to act as a deterrent.
The following will be termed as the act of ragging : any disorderly conduct whether by
words spoken or written or by an act, which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling
with rudeness any other student(s), indulging in rowdy or indisciplined activities which
causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or
apprehension thereof in fresher or junior student(s) or asking the student(s) to do any act
or perform something, which such student(s) will not do in the ordinary course and
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which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as
to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student.
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CHAPTER : 3
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION
3.1 Minimum Academic Qualifications for Admission to 2nd year (3rd Semester) of
B.E. / B. Tech. Courses :
3.1.1 Candidates must have passed Diploma in Engineering / Technology course of a
duration of 3 years or more from Haryana Board of Technical Education or its
equivalent with at least 60% marks in the aggregate of all semesters in any of the
following branches :-
1. COMPUTER ENGINEERING /COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
2. COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING
3. COMPUTER SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE
4. COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
5. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
6. ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
7. ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICAL COMMUNICATION
8. ELECTRONICS & TELEVISION ENGINEERING
9. ELECTRONICS (MICROPROCESSOR)
10. ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
11. ELECTRONICS(VIDEO ENGINEERING)
12. INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS
13. INFORMATION SYSTEM & MANAGEMENT.
14. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
15. INSTRUMENTATION & PROCESS CONTROL
16. INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL ENGINEERING
17. INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING / TECHNOLOGY
18. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WITH SPECIALIZATION IN TOOL
AND DIE ENGINEERING
19. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WITH SPECIALIZATION IN
METTALLURGY & PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
20. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WITH SPECIALIZATION IN PLANT
MAINTENANCE
21. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
22. FOUNDARY TECHNOLOGY
23. AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
24. PLASTIC TECHNOLOGY/PLASTIC ENGINEERING
25. PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
26. PRODUCTION ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT
27. TOOL AND DIE MAKING
28. AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
29. ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING
30. CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING
31. PUBLIC HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
32. CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING
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33. FOOD TECHNOLOGY
34. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY
35. TEXTILE DESIGN
36. TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY (SPINNING & WEAVING)
37. TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY (TEXTILE PROCESSING)
38. TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY
39. HANDLOOM TECHNOLOGY
40. FASHION TECHNOLOGY
41. FASHION DESIGN
42. CERAMIC ENGINEERING
43. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
44. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (PAPER & PULP TECH.)
45. PRINTING TECHNOLOGY
46. MEDICAL ELECTRONICS
Note:
1. Candidates with Diploma in Architecture are eligible to seek
admission under Lateral Entry Program only for B.E. / B.Tech.
Civil Engineering.
3.1.2. Candidate with any other recognized Diploma of 3 years in any branch of Engineering
/ Technology, awarded by the Institution / University / State Board of Technical
Education approved by AICTE would also be eligible provided, he has obtained 60%
marks in the aggregate of all semesters. As per MHRD’s Instructions, the Diploma of
2 years’ duration after 10+2 would be considered equivalent to Diploma of 3 years’
duration for the purpose of admission under Lateral Entry Scheme provided candidate
obtains 60% marks in the aggregate of all semesters. Similarly, the candidates
possessing Diploma with at least 60% marks in the aggregate of all semesters after
certificate awarded by Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology are
eligible to appear in the LEET-2007.
3.1.3 should be a pass in BSc. Degree of minimum three year duration from a recognized
university with mathematics as a subject, with 60% marks in aggregate.
3.2 Minimum Academic Qualifications for admission to 2nd year of B.Pharma Course.
Candidate must have passed Diploma in Pharmacy course of a minimum duration of
2 years or more from Haryana Board of Technical Education or its equivalent with at
least 60% marks in the aggregate of all semesters / years.
Note:
1. D. Pharma holders admitted directly to B.Pharma 2nd year shall pass those
subjects of B.Pharma first year which are not covered under D.Pharma. Same
is in reference to Pharmacy Council of India letter No.14-11/2002/PCI/13762-
14498 dated 13.12.2004.
2. Mere possession of the prescribed minimum academic qualifications does not
entitle a candidate for admission to B.E./B.Tech & B.Pharmacy courses.
Candidates would be required to fulfill other conditions as spelt out in the
Admission Brochure.
3. Candidates, who are appearing in the qualifying examination this year and are
expecting to pass the same, can also compete for counselling for B.E./B.Tech
& B. Pharmacy course.
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4. Fulfilling of eligibility for LEET (E) & LEET(P) for admission to 2nd year
B.E./B.Tech. & 2nd year B. Pharmacy w.r.t. qualification and percentage of
qualifying exam. shall be proved by the candidate not at the time of seat
allotment but one week prior to final cut off date for admissions. A candidate
may not be eligible on the 1st day of counselling but may be eligible on
subsequent days of counselling due to the reasons, whatsoever. The candidate
may seek admission at his/her own risk and cost and if he/she is found ineligible,
his/her entire dues shall be forfeited and his/her admission shall be
cancelled for which he/she shall have no claim, whatsoever.
5. 75% of total sanctioned intake branch wise/ Institute wise is reserved for
diploma holders where as 25% is reserved for BSc. Degree holders for
admission to B.E./ B.Tech. courses.
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CHAPTER : 4
SEATS DETAIL
(EA-I) University Departments
S.
N.
Name of the University Name of course Intake
LEET
Total intake
1. CCSHAU, Hisar Agricultural Engg. 4 4
2. Guru Jambheshwar
University, Hisar
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Biomedical Engg.
Printing Technology
Mechanical Engg.
6
6
6
6
6
6
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University Instititute of
Engg. & Tech.,
Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Biotechnology .
6
6
4
3. 16
Institute of
Instrumentation Engg.,
Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra
Instrumentation Engg.
4 4
4. Maharishi Dayanand
University, Rohtak
Mechanical Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Biotechnology .
6
6
6
6
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Sub Total 84
(EA-II) ) Affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
EA-II-a Government
1. Ch. Devilal Memorial
Engg. College,
Paniwala Motta(Sirsa)
Elx. & Comm. Engg.
Electrical Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Food Tech.
Mechanical Engg
Civil Engg.
6
6
6
3
6
3
30
Sub Total 30
EA-II-b Private Institutions
1. Ambala College of Engg.
& Applied Research
Devasthali, Mithapur
(Ambala)
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Biotechnology
Mechanical Engg.
6
6
6
6
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2. Doon Valley Inst. of Engg.
& Tech., Jundla Gate,
Karnal
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Mechanical Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Food Tech.
Electrical &Eltx. Engg.
12
6
6
6
5
6
41
3. Haryana College of Tech.
& Mgt., Kaithal
Electrical &Eltx. Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Computer Sc. & Engg.
6
12
12
6
6
42
4. Haryana Engg. College,
Chhachharauli Road,
Jagadhri
Eltx. Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Instru. and Control Eng
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
9
12
6
9
6
42
5. Jananyak Ch. Devilal
Memorial College of
Engg., Sirsa
Information Technology
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Electrical &Eltx. Engg.
3
6
6
6
3
24
6. Jind Instt. of Engg. &
Tech., Jind
Electrical & Eltx. Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Computer Sc. & Engg.
6
9
12
6
9
42
7. MM Engg. College,
Mullana (Ambala)
Electrical Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Eltx. & Instru. Engg.
Information Technology
Civil Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
6
6
9
6
9
6
12
54
8 NC College of Engg.,
Israna, Panipat
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Biotechnology
Computer Sc.& Engg.
9
12
9
3
12
45
9 Seth Jayprakash Mukund
Lal Inst. of Engg & Tech.,
Radaur (JMIT)
Yamuna Nagar
Electrical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Applied Eltx. & Instr. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Chemical Engg.
Information Technology
Mechanical Engg.
Bio Technology
6
12
6
12
6
6
12
6
66
10 Shri Krishna Inst. of Engg.
& Tech., Rattan dera,
Kurukshetra
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Computer Sc. & Engg.
6
9
6
9
30
18
11 Swami Devi Dayal Inst. of
Engg. & Tech.,Village –
Golpura Teh. Barwala
(Panchkula)
Electrical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
6
12
6
9
9
42
12 Panipat Institute of Textile
& Engg., 70KM Stone,
Pattikalana, Samalkha
Panipat
Textile Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
6
6
6
6
24
Sub Total 476
(EA-III) Affiliated to Maharshi Dayananad University, Rohtak
EA-III-a Government
1 DCR University of Sc. &
Technology, Murthal (
earlier known as
C.R.State College of
Engg., Murthal, Sonipat)
Electrical Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Elx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Chemical Engg.
Biotechnology
Biomedical Engg.
6
6
6
6
4
3
3
34
Sub Total 34
EA-III-b Government Aided
2. YMCA
Institute of Engg.,
Sector-6, Faridabad
Electrical Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Elx. Control & Instru.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
Elx. & Comm. Engg.
6
9
6
6
6
6
39
Sub Total 39
EA-III-c Private Institutions
1. Anupama College of
Engg., Bhora Kuan,
Gurgaon
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Instru. and Control
4
4
4
12
2. Apeejay College of Engg.,
Sohna (Gurgaon)
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Eltx. & Instru. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
Electrical Engg.
12
6
12
6
6
42
3. Bhagwan Parshuram
College of Engg, Bali
Barahamana, Gohana
(Rohtak)
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Electrical Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
6
6
6
6
24
4. Bhiwani Inst. of Tech &
Sciences, Bhiwani
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
9
9
6
29
19
Electrical & Eltx. Engg. 5
5. BRCM College of Tech.,
Bahal (Bhiwani)
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc & Engg.
Information Technology
Electrical & Eltx. Engg.
6
6
6
6
6
30
6. BS Anangpuria Inst. of
Tech & Mgt, Alampur,
Faridabad
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
12
6
12
12
42
7. Career Inst. of Tech. &
Mgt, Faridabad
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
Biotechnology
Biomedical Engg.
12
12
12
6
6
6
54
8. Dronacharya College of
Engg., Farukh Nagar,
Gurgaon
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
Bio-Medical
6
12
9
6
6
39
9. DAV College of Engg. &
Tech, Kanina
(Mahendra Garh)
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
6
6
6
6
24
10. Goldfield Institute of Engg.
& Mgmt., Ballabhgarh
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Electrical & Eltx. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
6
6
6
6
24
11. Gurgaon Institute of Engg.
& Mgmt. , Gurgaon
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Applied Eltx. & Instru.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Information Tech.
6
6
6
6
6
30
12. Hindu College of Engg,
Sonipat
Electrical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
6
6
6
3
21
13. Inst. of Tech & Mgt,
Sector-23A, HUDA,
Gurgaon
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Eltx. & Instru. Engg.
Information Technology
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Automobile Engg.
12
12
6
6
12
3
51
14. Lingaya’s Inst. of Mgt. &
Tech, Nachhauli-Jasana
Road, Faridabad
Electrical Engg.
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Computer Sc. & Engg.
6
9
12
6
12
60
20
Electrical & Eltx. Engg.
Automobile Engg.
9
6
15 Manav Rachna College of
Engg., Faridabad
Mechanical Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Applied Eltx. & Instr.
Information Tech.
6
6
12
6
6
36
16. PDM College of Engg.,
Sarai Aurangabad,
Bahadurgarh (Jhajjar)
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Instru. and Controls
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
Biomedical Engg.
6
12
6
6
6
6
42
17. Somany Inst. of Tech &
Mgt., Rewari
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Information Technology
Mechanical Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Printing Technology
9
6
12
6
6
39
18. Technological Inst. of
Textile & Sciences,
Bhiwani
Eltx. & Instru. Engg.
Textile Tech.
Textile Chemistry
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
Fashion & Apparel Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
3
7
1
6
6
3
6
32
19. Vaish College of Engg,
Rohtak
Electrical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
Mechanical Engg.
6
12
12
6
6
42
20 Shri Balwant Institute of
Tech. Meerut Road, Pallri,
Sonepat
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
Mechanical Engg.
6
6
6
6
24
21 KIIT College of Engg.,
Sohna Road, Bondsi
Gurgaon
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
Elect. & Eltx. Engg.
6
6
6
6
24
22 Advance Inst.of Tech. &
Management, Palwal,
Faridabad
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Information Technology
Mech. Engg.
6
6
6
6
24
(EA-IV) Minority Institutions Affiliated To M.D.U., Rohtak
1. Al-Falah School of Engg
& Technology, Dhauj,
Faridabad
Mechanical Engg.
Elx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Electrical & Elx. Engg.
Mech. & Automation
12
12
6
6
6
42
2 Bhagwan Mahabir Jain Elx. & Comm. Engg. 12 36
21
Institute of Engineering
& Tech., Sonipat
Instru. and Controls
Information Technology
Computer Sc. & Engg.
6
6
12
3 Shri Baba Mast Nath
Institute of Engg.,
Asthal Bohar, Rohtak
Mechanical Engg.
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
6
6
6
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TENTATIVE SEATS Detail for B.Pharmacy
(A-I) University Departments
S.N. Name of the University/ Status/
year of start
Address Intake
1 Dept. of Pharm. Sci., MDU, Rohtak/
1995
mdurtk@hry.nic.in
www.mdurohtak.com
01262-294327, 294640
5
2 Dept. of Pharm. Sci., KU, Kurushetra/
2003
kuk@hry.nic.in
www.kuk.ernet.in
01744-238410, Ext.2664
6
3. Dept. of Pharm. Sci., GJU, Hisar/
1997
gjuhisar@hry.nic.in
www.gju.ernet.in
01662-263187,263167-68
6
Sub Total 17
(A-II) Affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
Private Instituitons
1. Doon Valley Institute of Pharmacy &
Medicines, Karnal/ 2004
dvipmknl@hry.nic.in
www.doonvalleygroup.c
om
0184-260800-01-02
6
2. Guru Gobind Singh College
of Pharmacy, Yamunanagar/ 2002
ggcpynr@hry.nic.in
www.gnkc.in
01732-222575, 221675
6
3 Jan Nayak Ch. Devi Lal Memorial
College of Pharmacy, Sirsa/
2003
jnmcpsrs@hry.nic.in
www.jcdv.org
01666-248800, 248804
6
4 Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy,
Sirsa/ 2001
lscpsrs@hry.nic.in
www.lscp.ac.in
01666-240057, 240795
6
5 R.K.S.D. College of Pharmacy,
Kaithal/ 2004
rksdcpktl@hry.nic.in
www.rksdpharmacy.co
m
01746-229409
6
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6 Rajendra Institute of Technology
and Sciences, Sirsa/ 2002
www.ritspharma.com
ritssrs@hry.nic.in
01666-250837, 250838
6
7
Swami Devi Dayal Instt. of
Pharmacy, Barwala/ 2004
sdibarwala@hry.nic.in
www.sddhitech.com
01734-258298, 258196, 258266
6
8 M M Institute of Pharmacy, Mullana/
2005
mmcpmullana@hry.nic.in
www.mmetmullana.com
01731-275935
6
9 Sawitri Devi College of Pharmacy,
Pundri Road, Rajond
09416003114
6
10 PDM School of Pharmay, Karsandhu
Teh. Safidon, Jind
09896669105
6
(A-III) Affiliated to Maharishi Dayananad University, Rohtak
Private Instituitons
1 B.S. Anangpuria Institute of
Pharmacy, Faridabad / 2003
bsaipfbd@hry.nic.in
www.bsaitm.org
0129-2206749-753
6
2 Hindu College of Pharmacy,
Sonepat/ 1995
www.hcpsonepat.com
hcpsnp@hry.nic.in
0130-2246272
6
3 G.V.M. College of Pharamcy,
Sonepat/ 2004
gvmpsnp@hry.nic.in
www.gvmpharmacy.org
0130-2237468
6
4 PDM College of Pharmacy,
Bahadurgarh/ 2004
pdmcpbdgh@hry.nic.in
www.pdmcop.com
01276-215391
6
5 Ram Gopal College of Pharmacy,
Gurgaon/2005
rgcpggn@hry.nic.in
0124-27566664, 09312263447
6
(A-IV) Minority Institution Affiliated To M.D.U., Rohtak
1. Sh. Baba Mast Nath Inst. of
Pharm. Sci. & Research., Asthal
Bohar, Rohtak/ 1996
bmiprtk@hry.nic.in
01262-272319
6
Note :
1 Number of seats in the Universities’ Departments and the existing affiliated institutions is subject to
change by the competent authority. The exact distribution shall be displayed at the time of counseling.
2 The left over/ vacant/ unfilled seats of first year in various institutions can be permitted to be filled
after internal sliding of Branch and the net vacancy subject to authentication by the affiliating
universities. So, the exact availability of seats for B.E./ B.Tech. & B. Pharmacy are subject to change
by the competent authority. The exact distribution shall be displayed at the time of counseling.
3 One seat each in all University / Institute is reserved for Kashmiri Migrants as per guidelines of AICTE
and as per previous practice for the session 2007-2008. Such seats for B. Pharmacy course. will be
supernumerary seats and will be filled on the academic merit in the qualifying exam as per choice of
the discipline of the candidate.
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CHAPTER: 5
Distribution of Seats :-
(i) For Govt. / Govt. Aided Institutions / University Departments:-
(a) All India Category Seats = 15% of intake
(b) State Quota = 85% of intake
(b-1) Haryana Open (General) = 50% of State Quota i.e. 42.5% of intake
(b-2) Reserved Categories of Haryana= 50% of State Quota i.e. 42.5% of intake
Scheduled Castes = 20% of SQ (17% of intake)
Backward Classes of Haryana (A) = 16% of SQ (13.6% of intake)
Backward Classes of Haryana (B) = 11% of SQ (9.3% of intake)
Physically Handicapped = 3% of SQ (2.55% of intake)
ESM & their wards & = 3% Horizontal (1% each out of Haryana Open
Dependents of Freedom Fighters General Category, Scheduled Caste/Backward Class)
3% horizontal reservation is provided to Ex. Serviceman / Freedom Fighters and their
dependents by providing reservation within reservation of 1% of General Category,
1% out of Scheduled Castes and 1% from Backward Classes for admissions to
various educational institutions of Government and Government Aided. This
reservation will be in rotation for Block ‘A’ and Block ‘B’.(As per Chief Secretary
order no.22/27/2004-2GSIII dated Oct. 20, 2005)
25% horizontal reservation in all above categories shall be provided for girl
candidates.
(ii) For private unaided non-minority institutions
The private institutes have voluntarily opted admissions of 75% of total
sanctioned intake in their institutes for filling by the candidates belonging to
residents of Haryana. These shall be distributed as under :-
i) 25% of total sanctioned intake shall be filled by Private Engineering
Colleges.
ii) Balance 75% seats shall be filled by NIC.
ii. 15% of total sanctioned seats for All India Category (11.25%
of sanctioned intake)
iii. Half of the balance 63.75% seats for Haryana residents
categories as spelt out in Admission Brochure (31.87% of
sanctioned intake)
iv. Half of these balance 63.75% seats shall be made available for
reserved categories of Haryana in the ratio as specified by
Govt. of Haryana in case of Govt./Aided.
a. 20% for SC (i.e. 12.74% of sanctioned intake)
b. 16% for BCA (i.e. 10.18% of sanctioned intake).
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c. 11% for BCB (i.e. 7% of sanctioned intake)
d. 3% for PH (i.e. 1.9 % of sanctioned intake)
ESM/ FF/their wards
v. 1% horizontal from General Candidates of Haryana.
(i.e. 0.30% of sanctioned intake)
vi. 1% horizontal from SC (i.e. 0.12% of sanctioned
intake)
vii. 1% horizontal from BC(i.e. 0.17 % of sanctioned
intake)
25% horizontal reservation in all above categories shall be
provided for girl candidates.
Seat Matrix shall be displayed before the start of counseling.
(iii) For private unaided Minority institutions –
i. All India category including NRI seats not exceeding upto 15% (at the discretion of the
management as above).
ii. Minority Quota - 42.5% of sanctioned intake fixed by the State Govt. vide
notification No. 20/5/2004-4TE, dated 25.06.2004.
iii. Balance- 42.5% (half for Haryana Open General and half for reserved categories of Haryana
in the ratio as specified above.
Note:
1. Change, if any, shall be applicable at the time of counselling.
2. Only the candidates having the permanent disability of not less than 40% (being otherwise fit
for admission to the course) will be considered for admission as Physically Handicapped.
Disability certificate must be issued from Chief Medical Officer of the concerned District.
However, the certificate shall be subject to verification by a Medical Board constituted by the
affiliating university for the purpose. The decision of the Board shall be final. Physically
Handicapped candidates belonging to Haryana are required to submit the handicap certificate
as per Annexure-VII at the time of Joining/Reporting.
3. The reserved seat(s) of SC, shall be filled in accordance with relevant decision(s) of Hon’ble
Court(s).
4. If, the reserved seat(s) of Backward Class ‘A’ remains vacant, these shall be filled up from
Backward Class ‘B’ & similarly other sub-category within reserve category of Haryana shall
be inter converted.
5. Inter conversion of sub-categories in the reserved categories of Haryana shall be made before
2nd counselling. The vacant seats of reserved categories of Haryana shall be converted and
offered to General Category candidates alongwith other net resultant vacancies in the 3rd
counselling.
6. Candidates claiming reservation under Scheduled Caste will submit the certificate as per
Annexure-IV and Backward Class (Block ‘A’ & ‘B’) will submit the Certificate on the
prescribed Proforma as per Annexure-V.
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The parents of BC candidates (Block A & B) for benefit of reservation for their ward shall
also have to furnish an affidavit to the effect that they are not covered under the criteria of
creamy layer, as per Annexure-VI at the time of counselling. The said affidavit shall be
furnished by both father and mother of the candidate.
7. Children & Grand-children of Freedom Fighters of Haryana are required to submit a
certificate from the Deputy Commissioner of the concerned District as per Annexure-VIII at
the time of counselling.
8. The seats reserved for ESM category shall be offered in order of following priorities :
a) Wards of Ex-servicemen died in action while in active service.
b) Ex-serviceman himself.
c) Wards of Ex-servicemen.
d) Wards of Paramilitary Forces.
So, the candidates claiming reservation for these categories of Haryana are required to
submit the certificate as per Annexure-IX in case of deceased/disabled and Annexure-X
in case of discharged or serving personnel, whichever is applicable, at the time of
counselling.
9. If the number of seats in any particular category is not a round figure, 0.5 or above will be
taken as one and less than 0.5 shall be ignored, except that in Physically Handicapped,
Children & Grand-children of Freedom Fighters and Ex-Servicemen and their Wards
Categories, at least one candidate will be admitted from all the three categories in total,
even if the share is less than 0.5 seats provided the number of sanctioned intake in the
particular course is 30 or above.
10. Number of reserved seats shall not exceed more than 50% of the State Quota Seats. For that,
even a fraction of more than 0.5 is to be ignored under 9 above.
11. A candidate, who applies for reserved category will be considered first in general category. In
case, he/she does not get a seat of his/her choice in general category, then he/she will be
considered for reserved category as applicable.
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CHAPTER : 6
Admit Card for Online Entrance Test-OLET(LEET)-2007
1. The admit card will be downloaded and printed online by using the Registration No.
& Password allotted during registration, by the individual candidate from the same
website where online registration for online entrance test was done.
2. No Roll Number slips/Entrance Exam. Admit Cards shall be sent/dispatched/posted
separately.
3. After expiry of registration date, the provisional Roll Number slips/Online Entrance
Test Admit Cards will be processed only for those candidates who have deposited the
Online Entrance Test fee of Rs. 600/- in the CBS branches of PNB, in the event of
admission brochure downloaded from the website. The candidates who have
purchased the admission brochure need not to deposit this fee. The processed admit
cards shall be made available on the website for downloading and printing.
4. Candidates must not write or change any entry made therein on the Admit Card. They
are advised to keep their Admit Card in safe custody. The candidates are advised
to paste their latest passport size photograph on the Admit Card of which they have
taken the print from the website.
5. Candidates must bring the Admit Card for appearing in the Entrance Test in the same
shift/centres of Entrance Test allotted to him, failing which they will not be admitted
to the Examination Hall for Online Entrance Test.
6. Online Entrance Test OLET(LEET)-2007
i) For the convenience of candidate the following centres for Entrance Test has
been created.
Sr No. Name of centre with complete address Centre code
1 Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra 01
2 Guru Jambheshwer University of Sc. & Tech. Hissar 02
3 YMCA Institute of Engg. , Faridabad 03
4 Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak 04
5 Ch. Devi Lal University, Sirsa 05
6 Govt. Polytechnic, Nilokheri 06
7 Govt. Polytechnic, Sonepat 07
ii) The entrance test shall be conducted in the following 4 shifts
1 1st Shift 9.00 AM to 10.45 AM
2 2nd Shift 11.15 AM to 1.00 PM
3 3rd Shift 1.30 PM to 3.15 PM
4 4th Shift 3.45 PM to 5.30 PM
iii) The shifts centres for entrance can be decreased/ increased depending upon
the No. of candidate.
iv) Candidates are advised to fill up two centres and two shifts. Anyhow
candidates will be allotted center and shifts of his choice if it is available.
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CHAPTER : 7
SCHEME, SYLLABI AND
INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING ONLINE ENTRANCE TEST
OLET(LEET)-2007
LEET
There will be two separate Common Entrance Tests i.e. one for students of all streams of
Engineering / Technology Diploma holders seeking admission to 2nd year (3rd Semester)
of B.E. / B.Tech. courses and another for Pharmacy Diploma holders seeking admission
to 2nd year of B.Pharma under Lateral Entry Scheme. Each Test would have 90 objective
type multiple choice of questions. Each question will carry one mark. Separate rank-wise
merit list for above two tests will be prepared and the admission will be made on the
basis of inter-se rank obtained in the Entrance Test and as per the choice of Branch /
Institution filled by the candidate at the time of locking of Choices (counseling). For
example, a candidate having diploma in Mech. Engineering or in any other branch of
Engineering or Technology can take admission in Computer Engineering and vice-versa,
depending upon his / her rank, choice and availability of seats at the time of his / her
admission.
(A) SCHEME OF ENTRANCE TEST FOR LEET( Engg.)
(i) Maximum Marks : 90
(ii) There will be one Question Paper of three hours duration in following parts :-
Section a ( 1 to 25) Basic Sciences –25 marks
I Mathematics 8 Questions 8 Marks
II Physics 8 Questions 8 Marks
III Communication Skill 3 Questions 3 Marks
IV General Awareness 3 Questions 3 Marks
V Chemistry 3Questions 3 Marks
Section b (26 to 50) Electronics stream courses –25 marks
b-1 Elements of Electrical Engg. 9 Questions 9 Marks
b-2 Elements of
Electronics Engg. 8 Questions 8 Marks
b-3 Elements of
Computer Engg. 8 Questions 8 Marks
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Section c (51 to 70) Mechanical stream courses-20 marks
c-1 Elements of
Mechanical Engg. 8 Questions 8 Marks
c-2 Elements of Production Engg./
Manufacturing Processes 6 Questions 6 Marks
c-3 Auto Engg. 6 Questions 6 Marks
Sectiond (71 to 90) Other Engg. Streams-20 marks
d-1 Civil Engg. Courses 5 Questions 5 Marks
d-2 Textile Engg. courses 5 Questions 5 Marks
d-3 Chemical / Printing Engg. 2 Questions 2 Marks
d-4 Ceramic Engg. 2 Questions 2 Marks
d-5 Food Technology 2 Questions 2 Marks
d-6 Others 4 Questions 4 Marks
*Note
(i) Only objective type multiple-choice questions with one correct answer will be asked
in the Entrance Test.
(ii) There will “NOT” be any Negative Marking.
(B) SYLLABUS OF ENTRANCE TEST FOR B.E / B.TECH.
Section a
i) MATHEMATICS
Arithmetic, Geometric and Harmonic Progressions, Binomial expansion,
Matrices, Elementary operations, Rank of a matrix, Parabola, Ellipse and
Hyperbola, Differentiation of a function, implicit function, parametric function.
Successive differentiation. Maxima and Minima, Partial Differentiation,
Definite and indefinite Integration. First order and first degree ordinary
differential equations.
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ii) PHYSICS
• Units and Dimensions with Dimensional analysis and their Limitations.
• Motion in one and two dimensions and Newton's Laws of Motion.
• Work and Energy and Conservation Laws of Energy
• Properties of matter i.e. Elasticity, surface tension and viscosity in fluid
motion.
• Waves and vibration, Characteristics of waves and simple Harmonic motion.
• Rotational motion, Conservation of angular momentum.
• Gravitation, Newton's law of gravitation, Kepler's law and Satellite.
• Heat and temperature, measurement of temperature and mode of transfer of
heat and their laws.
• Geometric optics and simple optical instruments.
• Simple laws of electrostatics and their use to find the E and Potential,
Capacitors and dielectric constant.
• Laser, its principle and use, superconductivity, Conventional and nonconventional
energy sources.
iii) CHEMISTRY
Hard and soft water, types of hardness, disadvantages of hardness of water, its
causes and its remedies
Brief introduction of the term
• Acidity
• Basicity
• Ionization
• Equivalent weight
• PH value
Definition of symbol, formula, volency & chemical equation.
iv) COMMUNICATION SKILL
Words, antonyms and synonyms, communication technique
Grammatical ability
• Preposition
• correction
• voice
• narration
• punctuation
• tenses
• correction incorrect sentences
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v) GENERAL AWARENESS
General awareness about Technical Education in Haryana such as:
• Name of Polytechnic, Number of Polytechnics and sanctioned intake
• Eligibility for admission to LEET-2006
• Number of Instituions offering BE/B.Tech. & B.Pharmacy.
• Name the Processes involved in on-line off campus counseling.
General awareness about Haryana
• Name of Ministers/Chief Minister/Governor
• No. of Districts/Tehsils/Blocks/villages
• Total population of State/Area of state/Boundary states of Haryana,
History of Haryana
General awareness about country
General awareness about Polytechnics
Section b Electronics stream courses
b-1 ELEMENTS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
• Electrical and Magnetic Circuits, EMF, Kirchhoff's laws and
Faraday's Laws, Network theorems.
• AC Circuits, RMS value, behaviour of RLC elements, series and
parallel circuits, series and parallel resonance circuits.
• Transformers, Introductions to single phase and three phase
transformers.
• DC Machines, Theory, constructions and operation of DC generator
and motor.
• Induction Motor, Principle, construction and operation of three phase
induction motors.
• Transmission and Distribution, Advantage of high voltage for
transmission, comparison of 3 phase, single phase, 2 phase and three
wire D.C.Systems
b-2 ELEMENTS OF ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
• Measurements & Instrumentation, Errors, standards, accuracy precision
resolution, Ammeters, voltmeters, wattmeters and energy meters, insulation
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tester, earth tester, multimeter, CRO, measurement of V, I & F on CRO low,
medium & high resistance measurment, AC Bridges, Transducers for
measurement of temperature, displacement, Communication System, Types
of modulation, demodulation.
• Analog Electronics, Semiconductor diode circuits, zener diode and zener
diode circuits, LED, Photo diode, BJT, FET & their configurations and
characteristics, Biasing, small signal & large signal amplifiers, OPAMPS,
oscillators, regulated power supply.
• Digital Electronics, Number System, conversion from one to another system,
Binary arithmetic, codes conversion & parity; Logic gates; Boolean algebra,
Flip, Flop.
• Industrial Electronics and Control, SCR, DIAC, TRIAC.
b-3 ELEMENTS OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING
• Fundamentals of Computers, Organization of Digital Computers, Data
Processing, High Level Languages, Translators, Compilers, Interpreters,
algorithms, Flow Charting, Instructions, assembly language Programming.
• Computer Organization, Overview of registers, bus organized computers,
instruction set, Instruction execution, Hard-wired and micro programmed
control units, Processor Organization. Memory Organization : Cache and
virtual memory, I/O organization.
• Operating Systems, Overview of Operating Systems, Basic functions,
concept of process, scheduling, memory management, critical section,
synchronization, monitors.
• Programming in C, Steps in Program development, flowcharting, algorithm,
C Language : Data types, Console I/O program control statements, arrays ,
structures, unions functions, pointers, enumerated data types and type
statement, File handling, C standard library and header files.
• Basic of Computer networking, LAN, WAN, Internet & Application.
Section c Mechanical stream courses
c-1 ELEMENTS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (20 Marks)
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• Applied Mechanics, Friction, laws of friction, friction applications, centroid
of a plane area, simple machines, screw jack, wheel & axles, system of
pulleys, projectile, work, power, energy.
• Strength of materials, Stress, Strain, Hooks law, stress-strain diagram,
temperature stresses, composite section, Relation between elastic constants, (
E.C.G.) Resilience, Principal stresses, principal planes, B.M. & S.F. diagram
for simply supported and cantilevers, beams, columns & structs.
• Thermodynamics, First law of thermodynamics, second law of
thermodynamics, zeroth law, steam properties, Diesel cycle, otto cycle.
• Modes of Heat Transfer ( Conduction, Convection, Radiation).
• Fluid Mechanics, Properties of fluid, Viscosity, Newtonian and Non-
Newtonian fluids, Bernoulli’s Theorem, Types of Fluid flows, Dimension
less numbers, Measurement of fluid flow by the pilot tube, Venturimeter,
Darcy equation.
c-2 ELEMENTS OF PRODUCTION ENGINEERING/
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
Workshop Technology, Lathe- operations, turning machining Time, cutting
speed, feed, Depth of cut, Drilling, Type of drilling machines, Drilling
operation, Drilling time, Milling, up milling, down milling, milling operations,
milling cutters, milling time, Shaper & Planer Working Principle, Measuring
Instruments and Gauges, Vernier Caliper, Micrometer, Sine Bar, Plug gauges,
snap gauges, ring gauges welding, Soldering, Brazing.
• Material Science, Engg. Materials, Mechanical properties of materials,
hardness testing methods, heat treatment, hardening annealing, tempering,
carburzing, Normalizing.
• Engineering Graphics & Drawing, First angle and third angle projection
methods, orthographic views, Isometric views, conventions for lines and
materials, Projections of lines and solids (only conceptual questions).
• Foundry, Pattern and their types, molds and molding materials.
• Plastic & their properties, various molding processes of plastic.
• Industrial management, types of organizational structure, qualities &
responsibilities of good leader, methods of quality control, productivity.
c-3 AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
Power flow in an Automobile
• Gear box & its types,
• use and types of breaks,
• types of clutches,
• basic knowledge of differential,
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• cooling
• lubrication of Engine,
• types of wheels and tyres used in Automobile,
• major automobile industries.
Section d Other Engg. Streams
d-1 CIVIL ENGG. COURSES
Introduction to brick, raw materials for bricks, manufacturing of bricks, brick
work in foundation.
Index properties of soil, seepage of soil
Water demand for industrial/Commercial & domestic purposes, per capita
demand, various sources of water, Treatment & Disposal of sludge
Types of foundation (Design not included), Repair & Maintenance of
Buildings, Basic principles of surveying chain surveying, Bench Mark, compass
surveying, Basics of RCC (elementary knowledge) different grades of concrete,
workability, mixing of concrete, compaction of concrete
Classification & suitability of various types of doors, roofs.
Name of earth moving machinery, different types of road material, flexible &
rigid pavements, classification of bridges
Water requirement of crops, methods of irrigations
Concept/meaning/need/competencies/qualities of Entrepreneur
classifications of dams & site selection for resovire
classifications of rocks
various types of cement & their uses
Basis of Ecology, Pollution of water its causes & remedial near, Role of nonconventional
sources of energy.
d-2 TEXTILE ENGG. COURSES
Different types of fibers, Fabrics & yarn manufacturing & performance,
Weaving Technology
Textile testing & quality control
Modern methods in yarn products
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Bleaching , Dying & Printing.
d-3 CHEMICAL / PRINTING ENGG.
Elementary knowledge of ; Fluid Flow, Chemical process industry, Agro based
industries, Petro chemicals
Introduction of printing machines/presses, types of printing
d-4 CEREMIC ENGG.
Classification of various pottery productions, ceremic material & their
properties
d-5 FOOD TECHNOLOGY
Vitamins, cereals & Pulses milk & milk powder preservation of food
process
d-6 OTHERS ENGG. COURSES
D-6 (I) AGRICULTURE
• Introduction to Farm equipment
D-6(II) ARCHITECTURE
• History of Indian Architecture, building topologies.
D-6(III) FASHION DESIGN & FASHION TECHNOLOGY
• Knowledge of Fashion Technology, History & culture, Introduction to
garment manufacturing machines & tools.
(B) SCHEME OF ENTRANCE TEST FOR LEET (PHARMA.)
i) Maximum Marks 90
ii) There will be one Question Paper of three hours duration in following parts:-
Part-A ( 1 to 15 )
Pharmaceutical Chemistry 15 Questions 15 Marks
Part-B ( 16 to 30)
Pharmaceutics 15 Questions 15 Marks
Part-C – OTHER PHARMACY SUBJECTS ( 31 to 90)
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D-1 Pharmacognosy 10 Questions 10 Marks
D-2 Bio-Chemistry and Clinical
Pathology 8 Questions 8 Marks
D-3 Human Anatomy and
Physiology 10 Questions 10 Marks
D-4 Health Education and
Community Pharmacy 5 Questions 5 Marks
D-5 Pharmacology & Toxicology 10 Questions 10 Marks
D-6 Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 7 Questions 7 Marks
D-7 Drug Store and Business
Management 5 Questions 5 Marks
D-8 Hospital and Clinical
Pharmacy 5 Questions 5 Marks
(i) Only objective type multiple-choice questions with one correct answer will be
asked in the Entrance Test.
(ii) There will “NOT” be any Negative Marking.
(D) SYLLABUS OF ENTRANCE TEST FOR B.PHARMA
PART – A PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
1. General discussion on the following inorganic compounds including physical and
chemical properties, medicinal and Pharmaceutical uses, storage conditions and
chemical incompatibility.
Acids, bases and buffers, Antioxidants, sodium bisulphite, Sodium metabisulphite,
Sodium Nitrite.
(A) GASTROINTESTINAL AGENTS
(i)Acidifying agents (ii) antacid & Sodium bicarbonate, Aluminum hydroxide gel
(iii) Protective and Absorbents-Bismuth subcarbonate (iv) Saline cathartics-Sodium
Potassium tartrate.
(B) TOPICAL AGENTS – (I) Talc, Zinc Oxide, Calamine (ii) Antimicrobials and
Astringents-Hydrogen peroxide, Chlorinated lime, Iodine, Solutions of Iodine (iii)
Sublimed sulphur (iv) Astringents- Alum
Dental Products – Calcium, Zinc chloride, Ammonium Carbonate, Expectorants and
Emetics, Potassium iodide, Sodium nitrate.
(C ) MAJOR INTRA AND EXTRACELLULAR ELECTROLYTES AND OTHER
TOPICS
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1. Electrolytes used for replacement therapy. Physiological acid base balance and
electrolytes. Combination of oral electrolyte powders and solutions.
2. Inorganic Official compounds of Iron, Iodine and ferrous, Calcium gluconate.
3. Radio pharmaceuticals , Radio isotopes-their uses, storage and precautions with
special reference to the official preparations.
4. Radio Opaque Contrast Media-Barium Sulphate – sources of impurities in
Pharmaceuticals, Limit test for Arsenic, chloride sulphate , iron and heavy metals
5. Introduction to the nomenclature of organic chemical systems with particular
reference to heterocyclic system containing upto 3 rings.
6. Benzal-koniumchloride, Centrimide, Chlorocresol, Sulfacetamide, Dapsone.
7. Isoniazid, PAS, Ethambutol, Pyrazinamide, Emetine, Metronidazole Paramomycin
Piperazine.
8. Benzyl Penicillin, Phenoxy methyl Pencillin, Ampicillin, Chloramphenicol. ,
Tolnaftate, Chloroquine, Pyrimethamine, Quinine, Chlorpromazine, Haloperidol,
Diazepam, Phenobarbitone, Glutethimide.
9. Halothane, Cyclopropane,Diethyl ehter, Imipramine, caffeine, Coramine, Adrenaline,
Terbutaline, Ephedrine, Propranolol, Neostigmine, Physostigmine Atropine, Urea,
10. Insulin, Chlorpropamide, Tolbutamide, glibenclamide, Metformin. Menadione,
Lignocaine, Diphenhydramine, Chlorphemiramine, Paracetamol.
11. Indomethacin, Phenylbutazone
12. Iopanoic Acid, Propyliodone, Sulfobromophthalein,Cardiac glycosides.
Betamethazoe, Fluorouracil, Mercaptopurine, Methotrexate.
PART-B PHARMACEUTICS
1. Introduction of different dosage forms & Pharmacopoeia.
2. Metrology-Systems of weights and measures. Packing of Pharmaceuticals, containers.
Study of glass and plastics as materials for containers and rubber as a material for
closures.
3. Size reduction Objectives, Ball mill, Disintegrator. Size separation by sifting. Official
Standard for powders.
4. Mixing and Homogenisation – Hand Homogeniser. Clarification and Filtration-Filter
media; Filter aids
5. Extraction and Galenicals – Study of percolation and maceration. Applications in the
preparation of tinctures and extracts.
6. Heat processes Evaporation. Simple distillation and Fractional distillation; Steam
distillation and vacuum distillation. Preparation of purified water I.P and water for
injection.
7. Drying processes, Tray dryers, Vacuum Dryer and Freeze Dryer.
8. Sterilization-Concept of sterilization with moist heat, dry heat, radiation, filtration
and gaseous. Aseptic techniques.
9. Processing of Tablets. Tablets excipients, Evaluation of Tablets, Physical standards
including Disintegration and Dissolution, film coating, microencapsulation, handling
and storage of capsules, special applications of capsules.
10. Study of immunological products like sera vaccines, toxoids.
11. Dispensing Pharmacy; Latin terms commonly used, Incompatibilities in Prescription.
12. Dispensed Medications – Methods of preparation with theoretical and practical
aspects, use of appropriate containers and closures, storage conditions.
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13. Powders –Granules.
14. Liquid Oral dosage Forms – Monophasic, essential adjuvants like stabilizers,
colourants and flavours.
15. Biphasic Liquid Dosage Forms – Suspensions, Emulsion, Semi-solid dosage forms –
Ointments, Suppositories and pessaries,
16. Dental and Cosmetic Preparations.
17. Parenteral dosage forms, Sterility testing, Ophthalmic Products.
PART –C
C-1 PHARMACOGNOSY
Various systems of classification of drugs of natural origin. Adulteration and drug evaluation.
Brief outline of occurrence, distribution, outline of isolation, identification tests,
therapeutic effects and pharmaceutical applications of alkaloids, terpenoids,
glycosides, volatile oils, tannins and resins.
Occurrence , distribution, organoleptic evaluation, chemical constituents including
tests and therapeutic efficacy of the following categories of drugs- Aloes, Castor oil,
Ispaghula, Senna, Digitalis, Umbelliferous fruits, Cardamom, ginger, Asafoetida,
Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Clove, Hyoscyamus, Belladonna, Ashwagandha, Ephedra,
Opium, Cannabis, Rauwolfia, Vasaka, Guggul, Colchicum, Vinca, Gymnema,
Sylvestre, Ipecacuanaha, Benzoin, curcuma, Cinchona, Ergot, Shark liver Oil and
Amla, Papaya, Peppermint Oil, Orange oil, Lemon grass Oil. Honey, Kaolin, Pectin,
Olive Oil, Acacia, Tragacanth, Agar, Guar-gum, Gelatin, Liquorice, Picrrorhiza,
Dioscorea, Linseed, Pyrethrum.
Identification of fibres used in sutures and surgical dressings, cotton, silk, wool &
regenerated fiber.
C-2 BIOCHEMISTRY AND CLINICAL PATHOLOGY
1. Brief chemistry and role of proteins, polypeptides and amino acids, Carbohydrates,
Lipids, Vitamins and Coenzymes.
2. Role of minerals and water in life processes.
3. Enzymes; Brief concept of enzymes action, abnormal metabolism of proteins
carbohydrates and lipids.
4. Introduction to pathology of blood and urine, Lymphocytes and Platelets,
Erythrocytes, Abnormal constituents of urine and their significance in diseases.
C-3 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
1. Definition of various terms used in Anatomy.
2. Structure of cell, mitochondria and microsomes. Elementary tissues of the body.
Structure and function of skeleton.
3. Composition of blood, functions of blood elements. Blood group and coagulation of
blood, lymph glands.
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4. Structure and functions of various parts of the heart. Arterial and blood pressure,
cardiovascular disorders. Physiology of respiration.
5. Structure and functions of kidney. Physiology of Urine formation. Pathophysiology of
renal diseases and oedema.
6. Structure of skeletal muscle , physiology of neuromuscular junction. Functions and
reflex action. Anatomy and Physiology of autonomic nervous system.
7. Digestive system. Structure and functions of liver, physiology of digestion and
absorption.
8. Endocrine glands and Hormones. Reproductive System.
C-4 HEALTH EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY PHARMACY
Concept of health , Nutrition and health, Demography and family planning.
Communicable diseases – Chicken pox, measles, Influenza, Diphtheria, whooping cough
and tuberculosis, hepatitis, Malaria, Rabies, Tetanus, AIDS
Epidemiology. Immunity and immunisation; immunological products and their dose
schedule.
C-5 PHARMACOLOGY & TOXICOLOGY
1. Routes of administration of drugs.
2. Various processes of absorption of drugs and the factors affecting them, distribution
and excretion of drugs.
3. Drugs acting on the Central Nervous system, Analgesic antipyretics and non-steroidal
anti-inflammatory drugs. Sedatives and Hypnotics. Centrally acting muscle relaxants.
4. Local anaesthetics
5. Cholinergic drug, Anticholinergic drugs.
6. Drugs acting on eye, respiratory system
7. Cardio Vascular drugs, Cardiotonics, Anti-arrhythmic agents. Anti-hypertensive
agents, Peripheral Vasodilators and drugs used in arteriosclerosis.
8. Drugs acting on the blood and blood forming organs, Diuretics, hypoglycemic agents,
Antithyroid drugs, oral contraceptives, Carminatives, Antacids and drugs used in
Peptic ulcer, purgatives and laxatives, Antidiarrhoeals, Anti-spasmodics,
9. Anthelminitic drugs
10. Chemotherapy of cancer
C-6 PHARMACEUTICAL JURISPRUDENCE
1. Pharmacy Act, 1948, functions, Registration procedures under the Act.
2. The drugs and cosmetics Act, 1940. The powers of inspectors, the sampling
procedures and the procedures and formalities in obtaining licences under the rule.
General study of the schedules.
3. The drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisement) Act. Disease which
can not be claimed to be cured.
4. Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985.
5. Latest Drugs (Price Control) Order in force.
6. Poisons Act, 1919 (as amended to date)
7. Medicinal and Toilet Preparations (Excise Duties )Act, 1971
C-7 DRUG STORE AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
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1. Inventory Control
2. Qualities of a salesman, Advertising and Window Display.
3. Profit and loss account
4. Introduction to budgeting.
C-8 HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACY
1. Hospital Pharmacy, Definition, functions and objectives of Hospital Pharmaceutical
services.
2. Drugs Distribution system in Hospitals, Out-patient services, In-patient services.
3. Nomenclature and uses of surgical instruments and Hospital Equipments and health
accessories.
4. Surgical dressing like cotton, gauze, bandages and adhesive tapes.
5. Application of computer in maintenance of records.
Clinical Pharmacy
Introduction to Clinical Pharmacy - Definition scope.
Pharmacists and Patient counselling
Drugs Interactions: Mechanism of drug interaction. Drug-drug interaction with reference to
analgesics, diuretics, cardiovascular drugs, Gastro-intestinal agents, Vitamins
Adverse Drug Reactions, Drug-induced diseases and Teratogenicity
Drug in Clinical Toxicity - treatment of poisoning, systematic antidotes, treatment of
insecticide poisoning, heavy matal poison, Narcotic drugs, Barbiturate Organoposphorus
poisons.
Drug abuse
Bio-availability of drugs, including factors affecting it.
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CHAPTER : 8
INSTRUCTIONS AND PROCEDURE FOR OLET(LEET)-2007
All candidates are advised to strictly read following Instructions carefully for successful
registration & for appearing in the online test.
1. Registration is purely online and Internet based.
2. All candidates are advised to be conversant with the handling of keyboard and mouse
3. First of all candidate has to select the course name and subsequently required valid registration details
with respect to himself/herself
4. Since all information is being filled in online, therefore, candidates are strictly required to fill in the
CORRECT information because there is no human interference to check it.
5. Candidate will be responsible himself/herself for the information filled in the online registration form.
The wrong information filled by a candidate may lead to incorrect result/rank generation/Debarring
from the entrance test.
6. During registration every candidate has to submit his/her choices in respect of date/Centre and shift of
entrance test out of dates/ cantres/shift mentioned in key dates in order of his/her priority or liking.
7. It will be tried to adjust all candidates according to their choice of dates/choice of examination centres,
shift etc. depending upon the availabiliy of seats in a particular date/centre/shift.
8. On successful submission of registration details, the system will display a printable registration slip
consisting of unique registration ID, Password with other registration details as filled and submitted by
the candidate.
9. The candidate should keep with him/her the counterfoil of fee deposited voucher as record of fee
deposited.
10. Candidates are required to bring along with them the proof in respect of their date of birth, fee
deposited for verification before appearing in the entrance test. (Copy/attested copy of Matriculation
Certificate)
11. Candidates are required to report at the allotted centre of Online Entrance Test 30 minutes before the
start of test on the same date/shift.
12. Test will be of 90 minutes duration, at the end of the test every candidate will come to know the
number of questions attempted and scored marks on-line after the completion of Entrance Test.
13. After the completion of Online Entrance Test, the proper inter se merit and ranks shall be displayed on
the same website on 12.7.07.
14. The result shall not be sent to the candidates by post. Candidates are, therefore, advised to ascertain the
result at their own from the website and take a print of same.
15. There will be no re-evaluation/re-checking of answer of the Entrance Test and no request in this
regard will be entertained.
16. 15 Minutes will be given to the candidates for filling up the data during Entrance Test.
17. The candidate will be displayed with the questions on the computer (screen) allotted to him during test.
18. The candidate may take help of invigilator in case of any problem regarding acquaintance of
system/computer allotted to him.
19. Use of books, papers, slide rules, log tables, cellular phones, calculators, pagers, digital diaries etc. will
not be allowed in the Examination Hall.
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20. If any candidate is found guilty of breach of any rules mentioned in the Admission Brochure or guilty
of using unfair means, he/she will be liable to be punished by the competent authority including
cancellation of his/her candidature.
21. The candidate will be allowed to appear in the Entrance Examination provisionally, subject to fulfilling
the prescribed eligibility conditions/criteria given in the Admission Brochure.
22. NIC shall conduct Mock Test pertaining to this OLET(LEET)-2007 on 1.7.07. The perspective
candidate seeking admission in LEET are advised in their own interest to attempt this Mock Test.
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CHAPTER : 9
EVALUATION AND RESULT
i) The result of OLET(LEET)-2007 is likely to be declared on or before 12.7.07 at 6 PM on
the following websites :
http://onlinetesthry.nic.in
http://techeduhry.nic.in
and shall also be pasted on the notice boards at the Test Centres, at which the candidate has
appeared for the Test.
ii) The result shall not be sent to the candidates by post. Candidates are, therefore, advised to
ascertain the result at their own from above websites.
iii) There will be no re-evaluation/re-checking of answers of the Entrance Test and no request in
this regard will be entertained.
iv) The rank will be assigned on the basis of total marks secured in the OLET(LEET)-
2007.
In case, two or more candidates obtain equal marks, inter se merit of such
candidates shall be determined as follows :
a. Candidates getting higher marks in Mathematics in OLET(LEET
(Engg))-2007/Pharmaceutical Chemistry in OLET(LEET (P))-2007 shall
rank higher in order of merit.
b. If tie still persists, candidates getting higher marks in Physics in
OLET(LEET (Engg))-2007/Pharmaceutics in OLET(LEET (P))-2007
shall rank higher in order of merit.
c. If tie still persists, candidates getting higher marks in the aggregate of
Engg. subjects of OLET(LEET (Engg))-2007/ aggregate of Pharmacy
subjects in OLET(LEET (P))-2007 shall rank higher in order of merit.
d. If tie still persists, then by date of birth i.e. senior in age will be given
preference.
e. If there is a tie even after that, all such candidates would be given the
same rank. However, if they all wish to take admission in same
institution and there is only one seat left, then additional seats would be
created for that year only to provide admission to the same rank holders.
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CHAPTER : 10
(A) Counselling Procedure for all the seats of Govt./ Aided/ University
Department and 75% Seats of private Institutions to be filled by
NIC.
(1). To participate in the counselling, it is mandatory for every candidate to register
himself/herself through counselling website. http://tehadmissions.gov.in
Candidates could register themselves from the premises of any of the Participating
Institutions (PIs) and also from any Internet point of their choice. The list of PIs, seat
matrices with contact addresses is available in Chapter-4 and the specimen of
Registration Form is available at the end of this Chapter.
(2) Before registration, every candidate, irrespective to his category, will have to deposit
counselling participation fee of Rs. 500/- only in cash/cheque/draft, cash transfer, in the
account of Haryana State Counselling Society in any of the CBS branch of PNB. This fee
must be deposited on the prescribed format which is available in the information
brochure/PNB and can be downloaded from the website
www.techeduhry.nic.in.The complete particulars are to be filled at the required
place about the fee deposited in the bank. The counter-foil of this receipt duly signed and
stamped by the concerned Bank shall be kept in safe custody by the candidate for
production in the designated institute at the time of reporting.
(3) For successful registration, the candidates shall have to provide the information correctly
at the required place. Incomplete form whatsoever it may be, shall be out-rightly rejected.
(4) On registration, Password has to be created by the candidate, for use in future logins,
candidates are advised to keep records of this password a secret. In the event of
total forget/loss of password, the same can be retrieved by the candidate on replying the
queries by the system.
(5) Procedure for submission of choices or seeking other information is through a menudriven
interface. It guides the candidates through appropriate online messages to have
smooth operations.
(6) Information relating to institutions offering technical courses and other conditions of
eligibility will be accessible through corresponding dropdown menu for the purpose of
exercising choices as well as for knowing their competitive standing for their preferred
choices amongst the logged-in candidates.
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(7) Registration on line, mock counselling, filling of choices & locking of choices by
Candidates will be allowed, as mentioned in the counselling schedule. During this,
choices could be changed, added, deleted, reordered, any number of times. However,
the choices filled by a candidate & locked shall be considered as a choice locked by
him. Candidates are advised in their own interest to take a print of their filled & locked
choices from the system.
(8) Allotment of seats will be published on the website (as per counselling schedule). The
Admission of candidate within the sanctioned intake shall be subject to fulfillment of
eligibilities one week prior to final cut off date for admissions.
(9) Candidate will be allowed to generate/print the provisional seat allotment letter from the
website.
(10) After the result of 1st counselling, the candidate is required to deposit Admission
fee @ Rs. 10,000/- in case a seat is allotted in University Department/ Aided institution
Rs. 20,000/- in case a seat is allotted in any other institute, in the account of Haryana
State Counselling Society. The concerned Bank shall give a signed & stamped counterfoil
of the receipt (specially designed for the purpose & is available at Annexure XII)
to the candidates which shall be produced by the candidate in the designated institute at
the time of joining. The deposition of fee will entail the candidate confirmation of
allotment of seat (subject to conformity through interface with Punjab National Bank).
The candidate shall now report his joining in the concerned designated institute
alongwith the documents/ testimonials/certificates as mentioned in Chaptor-14 to
confirm the admission and the candidate is not required to deposit any original
certificate anywhere.
(11) To participate in subsequent counselling, candidates will have to register again on the
website without depositing the amount of Rs. 500/- in the bank again. Admission
procedure i.e. filling of choices of Branch/Institute shall remain the same.
(12) While displaying the status of availability of seats, the number of seats available in a
specific branch of an institution will be displayed as per calendar.
(13) The non-availability of the seats in a branch of an institution & the seats/institution
for which a candidate is not eligible will not be shown to him.
(14) The number of tentative seats, thus, likely to become vacant, by the earlier allotted
candidates, will be displayed, indicating the tentative seats available for allotment in
case they are vacated by previously allotted candidates by the iterative method.
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(15) The tentative seats are also now available for exercising choices by interested
candidates. An indication for these seats will be given to candidates that these seats are
available for allotment only if the seat is vacated by previously allotted candidate, in
case, he could get his choice in the subsequent allotment.
(16) After the end of the counselling period and filling of their choices, the candidates will be
allotted seats in subsequent counselling, as per the process indicated earlier as per
counselling schedule.
(17) The candidates are required to report to the designated institution for completion of
admission formalities as mentioned above.
(18) The participating institutes, through an exclusive IP enabled interface (secured &
controlled) will make the admissions.
(19) Verification of the credentials of the candidate will be done by the respective designated
Institute at the time of reporting/joining/taking admission by a candidate by comparing
the original certificates with the online accessible database entries of the candidate. Any
entry or information filled/made by the candidate, if found to be false, shall entail
automatic cancellation of admission beside rendering him liable to such action as
university/ Haryana State Counselling Society may deem proper
(20) In case, the candidate is found eligible for admission, the candidate will be required to
complete other admission formalities. Only three sets of copies of
certificates/testimonials/documents duly attested by a Gazetted Officer/Head
Master/Principal of the school/institution last attended, shall be submitted by the
candidate and in any case no original document/certificate/testimonial shall be
demanded by the institute at the time of admission. Proof of depositing Rs. 500/- as
counselling participation fee, and proof of depositing the amount of admission fee as
per point 10 above in the account of HSCS.
(21) On the day of completion of formalities in the designated institution, on joining of
candidates/getting admission thereto, the designated Institution will update the status of
Joining/vacancy position online on the prescribed format on their website, to enable the
NIC, to update the total seats thus available to the candidates in the subsequent
counselling, if any.
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(B) Counseling procedure for 25% seats (including15% seats if any for
children/wards of NRIs) to be filled by the private institutions at their own level.
1. Private institutions shall fill 25% seats (including 15% seats for children/wards of
NRIs) at their own level in a just and transparent manner for which they shall invite
the applications, prepare and display the merit list. Application could be made to the
Directorate also. The procedure shall be displayed by the Institute concerned on its
website before 15.7.07.
2. The private institutions shall make these admissions after 1-8-07 and till 14-8-07.
3. The minimum eligibility condition for these seats shall remain the same as that for
75% seats to be filled by the Haryana State Counseling Society.
4. In the event of seats remaining vacant, if any, either out of these 25% seats or out of
75% seats to be filled up by the Haryana State Counseling Society, the vacant seats
may be filled up between 16-8-07 to 20-8-07 on first cum first served basis firstly on
the basis of AIEEE merit and only thereafter on the basis of marks of qualifying
examination.
5. In any case the cut off date for all kind of admissions shall be 20-8-07 and the fee
fixed by the State Fee Committee shall be charged as per the laid down procedure. In
any case higher fee shall not be charged.
6. The list of admitted candidates shall be submitted to the Haryana State Counseling
Society for authentication upto 28-8-07 positively. The wrong admissions,
whatsoever, shall not be permitted.
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CHAPTER : 11
Fee Structure
In pursuance of the judgment dated 14-08-2003 of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in Writ
Petition (Civil) No. 350 etc. (Islamic Academy of Education and others etc. versus State of Karnataka and
others), the State Fee Committee was constituted, under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble Mr. Justice R. K.
Nehru (Retd.) to determine the fee structure. The annual fee structure per student for the session 2005-06
was as under. Vide decision dated 12.08.2005 of Hon’ble Supreme Court in Civil Appeal No. 5041 of 2005
in SLP 9932 of 2004 in P.A. Inamdar and others versus State of Maharashtra,“Every institution is free to
devise its own fee structure but the same can be regulated in the interest of preventing profiteering. No
capitation fee can be charged.”
Keeping in view the above judgment, the fee structure devised by the self-financing
institutions is notified by the State Fee Committee and implemented for the session 2007-08 which is as
under :
B.E./B.Tech./B.Arch.
Govt./Govt. Aided Institutions:
Sr. No. Institute Name Fee in Rs. for Session 2007-08
1. Ch. Devilal Memorial Engg. College,
Panniwala Mota
9000
Govt. Aided Institutions:
Sr.No. Institute Name Fee in Rs. for Session 2007-08
1. YMCA Instt. of Engg., Faridabad 40000
University Departments :
Sr. No. Institute Name Fee in Rs. for Session 2007-08
1. Guru Jambheshwar University of Sc. &
Technology, Hisar
43500
2 University Institute of Engg. & Technology,
Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
38176
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Institute of Instrumentation Engg. Kurukshetra
University, Kurukshetra
3. College of Agriculture Engg. & Technology,
CCSHAU, Hisar
9000
4. Department of Engg. & Technology, MDU
Rohtak
40000
5. DB CR University of Sc. & Technology,
Murthal
9000
Self-Financing Institutions
Student fund Rs.1500/-, Caution Money-College (One time refundable) Rs. 2000/-,
Caution Money-Hostel/Mess (One time from Boarders/Hostellers only, refundable Rs.
2000/- is common for all institutions.
Fee for the session 2007-2008
Sr.
No.
Institute Name Tuition
Fee
Development
Fund
1 Apeejay College of Engg., Sohna 38000 8000
2 Career Institute of Tech. & Mgt., Faridabad-121001 49000 12000
3 Lingaya's Institute of Engg. & Technology, Faridabad 50000 10000
4 M.M. Engg. College, Mullana 48000 10000
5 N.C. College of Engg. Israna 41500 10000
6 T.I.T.S, Bhiwani (Haryana)- 127021 38000 10000
7 B.R.C.M. College of Engg. & Tech, Village Behal. 39000 10000
8 Dronacharya College of Engg. Gurgaon. 46000 8000
9 Haryana College of Tech. & Mgt., Kaithal 36500 10000
10 Haryana Engg.College, Old Chhachrauli Road, Jagadhari 42000 8000
11 Hindu College of Engineering, Sonepat. 34500 8000
12 P.D.Memorial College of Engineering, Village Sarai
Aurangabad
44000 12000
13 SJPML Instt. of Engg. & Tech., Radaur (Yamuna Nagar) 39000 10000
14 Vaish College of Engg., Rohtak 38000 8000
15 Al-Falah School of Engg. & Tech., Faridabad 41000 8000
16 Bhagwan Mahavir Instiute of Engg. & Tech., Sonepat 40000 8000
17 Jind Institute of Engg. & Tech., Jind 39000 10000
18 Sh. Krishna Instt.of Engg. & Tech., Kuk 32000 8000
19 Sh. Baba Mast Nath College, Asthal Bohar (Rohtak) 34000 8000
20. Ambala College of Engg. & Applied Research,Vill Devsthali, near
Mithapur, Ambala
38000 10000
21 B.S. Anangpuria Institute of Tech. & Mgt, Alampur, Faridabad 34500 8000
22 DAV College of Engg. & Technology, Kanina, 38000 8000
23 Jan Nayak Ch. Devi Lal Memorial College of Engg., Sirsa. 38000 8000
24 Swami Devi Dayal Institute of Engg. & Technology,Village
Golpura, Tehsil Barwala
39000 10000
25 Bhiwani Institute of Technology & Sciences, Bhiwani 32000 8000
26 Doon Valley Institute of Engg. & Tech., Outside Jundla Gate,
Karnal
38000 8000
27 Somany Institute of Technology. & Management, Rewari 32000 8000
28 Gurgaon Instt. of Technology and Management, Gurgaon 44000 16000
(including AC)
29 Manav Rachna College of Engg., Faridabad. 53000 12000
30 Anupama College of Engg., Gurgaon. 30000 7000
31 Institute of Technology & Management, H.U.D.A, Sector 23- A, 61500 10500
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Gurgaon
32 Gold Field Instt. of Tech. & Mgt., Faridabad 32000 10000
33 Bhagwan Parsuram College of Engg., Gohana 32000 8000
34 Balwant Instt. of Technology, Pallri Road, Sonepat 32000 13000
35 KIIT College of Engg., Sohna-Bhondsi Road, Gurgaon 32000 10000
36 Panipat Instt. of Textile & Engg., Samalkha, Panipat 32000 10000
37 Advanced Instt. of Technology & Mgt., Palwal, Faridabad 32000 10000
University Departments ( Pharmacy) :
Sr.No. Name Fee in Rs. for Session 2007-08
1. Guru Jambheshwar University, Hisar 19,673/-
2. Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra 50,000/-
3. Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak 15,000/-
Self-Financing Institutions
Student fund Rs.1500/-, Caution Money-College (One time refundable) Rs. 2000/-, Caution
Money-Hostel/Mess (One time from Boarders/Hostellers only, refundable Rs. 2000/- is common
for all institutions.
Fee for the session 2007-2008
Sr.
No.
Institute Name Tuition
Fee
Development
Fund
1 Guru Gobind Singh College of Pharmacy, Yamunanagar/2002 30,000 5,000
2 G.V.M. College of Pharmacy, Sonepat/2004 30,000 5,000
3
Ram Gopal College of Pharmacy/ Village Sultanpur, Tehsil
Faruque Nagar, Gurgaon/2005*
29,000
4,000
4 PDM College of Engineering, Sarai Aurangabad 35,000 5,000
5
Doon Valley Institute of Engineering & Technology, Outside
Jundla Gate, Karnal
30,000
5,000
6 Baba Mast Nath College of Engg., Asthal Bohar (Rohtak), 25,000 5,000
7 Jan Nayak Ch. Devi Lal Mem. College of Pharmacy/Sirsa/2003 30,000 5,000
8 Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy, Sirsa/2001 30,000 5,000
9 M. M. Engineering College, Mullana 36,000 4,000
10 Rajendra Institute of Tech. & Studies, Sirsa 30,000 5,000
11 Swami Devi Dayal Institute of Pharmacy Barwala 30,000 5,000
12 BS Anangpuria Institute of Pharmacy, Faridabad 28,000 5000
13 Hindu College of Pharmacy, Sonepat 30,000 5000
14 RKSD College of Pharmacy, Kaithal 30,000 5000
15 Savitri Memorial College of Pharmacy, Rajound 26,000 4000
16 PDM School of Pharmacy, Karsindhu, Saffidon 31,000 4000
Note :
1. Other charges like transportation/Hostel & Mess charges/University charges/
Internet/Edusat/other Add-On facilities etc. shall be chargeable on actual basis i.e.
without any profit & loss. These charges/caution money etc. shall have to be
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published by the concerned institutes on their institutional website and also be
informed to Department/State Fee Committee.
2. Mandatory disclosures on the format described by AICTE are available on the
institutional websites (website addresses are available at Chapter-4). Candidates are
advised to go through the facilities available in the institute, fee structure of the
Institute etc. before the admission.
3. The Accreditation fee per course per student per year @ Rs. 1000/- only shall be
extra.
4. The Freeships/Scholarships, if any, shall be provided by the Institute.
5. If any institution charges any amount in excess as notified by the Fee Committee, the
candidates are advised to bring it in writing into the notice of Hon’ble Chairman,
State Fee Committee, Room No. 111, New Civil Sectt., Haryana, Sector-17,
Chandigarh or Director, Technical Education, Haryana, SCO 38-39, Sector-17A,
Chandigarh.
6. The higher amount of money, collected from NRI students, shall be utilized for
benefiting students such as from economically weaker section of the society, as per
the spirit of P.A. Inamdar case.
7. After the start of session, the candidates are required to deposit the full semester/year
fee of the Institution, as the institute may decide, after deducting the amount equal to
that of the amount deposited by the candidate in the A/c of Haryana State Counselling
Society as Admission fee duly taking into account the amount on account of sliding
done by the candidate for the upgradation of Institution/ Branch.
8. The institutes are free to charge from the date of start of session onwards the specified
fee for Hostel, transportation and other add-on facilities duly hosted on website of the
institute and under intimation to the Department/State Fee Committee.
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CHAPTER : 12
Institute-wise 1st and last ranking of admission status for the
session 2006-07
LEET(Engg)
Name of the Instt.
Min.
Rank
Max.
Rank
(i) Mechanical Engg. 1 Al- Falah School of Engg & gg. 1665 1665
Tech.,Dhauj, Fbd.(1997) (ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 1456 1456
(i) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 471 1316
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 236 873
(iii) Biotechnology
2 Ambala College of Engg. &
App.Research Devasthali, Vill.
Mithapur, Ambala(2002)
(iv) Mechanical Engg. 239 624
3 Anupam College of Engg., Delhi Jaipur (i) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 4191 8027
National Highway-8, Bilaspur Chowk,
Pataudi Road, Bhora Kalan- Gurgaon
Pin-122413 (1996)
(ii) Elx. & Comm. Engg.
8197 8197
(i) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 224 888
(ii) Eltx. & Instru. Engg. 1090 1805
(iii) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 101 977
(iv) Information Tech. 118 1233
4 Apeejay College of Engg., Sohna,
Gurgaon (1996)
(v) Electrical Engg. 1304 1815
(i) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 39 1755
(ii) Instru. and Controls 1250 1951
(iii) Information
Technology 694 1011
5 Bhagwan Mahavir Jain Instt. of Engg &
Tech, Fazilpur, Sonipat (1999)
(iv) Computer Sc. & Engg. 263 1588
(i) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 854 1881
(iii) Mechanical Engg. 1524 1952
6 Bhagwan Parshu Ram, College of Engg,
Bali Barah amana Gohana Rohtak
(2004)
(iv) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 1082 1979
(i) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 1038 1871
(ii) Mechanical Engg. 1173 1818
7 Bhiwani Inst. Of Tech & Sc.,Bhiwani-
2003
(iii) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 3255 8231
(i) Mechanical Engg. 107 1217
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 495 1211
(iii) Comp. Sc & Engg. 647 1504
(iv) Information Tech. 962 1152
8 BRCM College of Tech., Vill.-Bahal,
Bhiwani(1999)
(v) Elect.& Eltx. Engg. 730 1517
(i) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 235 1949
(ii) Information Tech. 1030 1937
(iii) Comp.Sc. & Engg. 616 1290
9 BSA Inst. of Tech & Mgt, Faridabad-
2001
(iv) Mechanical Engg. 847 1672
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Electrical Engg.
HR-General 47 108
BCB 287 287
(i)
SCB 42 42
Mechanical Engg.
HR-General 6 32
BCB 402 402
SCB 1412 1412
(ii)
BCA 1624 1624
Elx. & Comm. Engg.
HR-General 13 14
SCA 642 642
SCB 413 413
(iii)
BCA 10 10
Comp. Sc. & Engg.
HR-General 1 55
(iv)
BCB 79 79
Chemical Engg.
HR-General 112 123
SCA 1835 1835
(v)
SCB 445 445
Biotechnology
HR-General 152 152
(vi)
SCA 731 731
Biomedical Engg.
HR-General 379 379
10 DBCRC.R.University of Science and
Technology, Murthal, Sonepat
(vii)
BCA 731 731
(i) Mechanical Engg. 103 1541
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 37 1608
(iii) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 90 1134
(iv) Information Tech. 114 1942
11 Career Inst. of Tech. & Mgt,Faridabad-
1997
(v) Biotechnology 1627 1627
12 CCSHAU, Hisar (i) Agricultural Engg. 1303 1921
(i) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 4 452
(ii) Electrical Engg. 110 1076
(iii) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 28 1649
(iv) Food Tech. 412 1047
13 Ch. Devi Lal Memorial Engg.
College,Paniwala Motta (2003)
(v) Mechanical Engg 89 461
(i) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 1278 1867
(ii) Information Tech. 1922 1922
14 DAV College of Engg. & Tech,
Kanina(2001)
(iii) Comp.Sc. & Engg. 367 1884
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(iv) Mechanical Engg. 1829 1829
(i) Elx. & Comm. Engg. 357 1820
(ii) Information Tech. 711 1529
(iii) Mechanical Engg. 321 1421
(iv) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 399 1411
(v) Food Tech. 1807 1807
15 Doon Valley Inst. of Engg. &
Tech.Karnal(2001),
(vi) Elect. & Eltx. Engg. 1000 1604
(i) Mechanical Engg. 155 467
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 351 1716
(iii) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 306 1544
16 Dronacharya College of Engg., Farukh
Nagar, Gurgaon-2004
(iv) Information Tech. 1091 1905
(i) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 1055 1745
(iii) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 797 1838
17 Goldfield Instt. of Tech & Mgt., VChhainsa,
Ballabhgarh, Faridabad(2005)
(iv) Mechanical Engg. 462 1948
(i) Elx. & Comm. Engg. 430 1175
(ii) App. Eltx. & Instru. 1120 1120
(iii) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 958 1889
18 Gurgaon Instt. of Tech.& Mgt.,
Bilaspur-Tauru Road, Gurgaon-2005
(iv) Mechanical Engg. 878 1915
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
HR-General(F) 111 207
BCA(M) 162 162
BCB(M) 266 266
(i)
SCA(M) 961 961
Information Tech.
AIC(F) 229 229
HR-General(M) 335 384
BCA(M) 719 719
BCB(F) 1296 1296
(ii)
SCB(M) 729 729
Comp. Sc.& Engg.
HR-General(M) 257 327
BCB(M) 620 620
BCB(F) 915 915
SCA(F) 1814 1814
(iii)
SCB(F) 1613 1613
Biomedical Engg.
HR-General(F) 1846 1846
BCA(M) 1154 1708
BCA(F) 1555 1555
(iv)
BCB(F) 1477 1477
19 Guru Jambeshwar University,
Hisar(2002)
(v) Printing Technology
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HR-General(M) 205 432
BCB(F) 852 852
BCB(M) 734 1441
Mechanical Engg.
HR-General(F) 1492 1492
HR-General(M) 128 261
BCB(M) 530 530
(vi)
SCB(M) 785 785
(i) Elect. & Eltx. Engg. 811 1897
(ii) Mechanical Engg. 670 1923
(iii) Elx. & Comm. Engg. 250 1103
(iv) Information Tech. 678 1455
20 Haryana College of Tech. &
Mgt.Kaithal (1998)
(v) Comp.Sc. & Engg. 504 1408
(i) Eltx. Engg. 1162 1470
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 336 1683
(iii) Instr.& Control Engg. 692 1984
(iv) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 187 1071
21 Haryana Engg. College,Jagadhri (1998)
(v) Mechanical Engg. 549 1827
(i) Electrical Engg. 844 1945
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 725 771
(iii) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 522 1056
22 Hindu College of Engg,Sonipat (1999)
(iv) Information Tech. 809 1100
(i) Mechanical Engg. 96 237
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 75 602
(iii) Eltx. & Instru. Engg. 264 532
(iv) Information Tech. 221 900
23 Inst. of Tech & Mgt,Sector-23A
HUDA,Gurgaon (ITM)/Pvt. (1996)
(v) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 17 216
(i) Information Tech. 319 1539
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 61 733
(iii) Mechanical Engg. 572 1914
(iv) Com. Sc. & Engg. 570 1516
24 Jan Nayak Ch. Devilal Memorial
College of Engg., Sirsa (2003)
(v) Elect. &Eltx. Engg. 405 1866
(i) Elect. & Eltx. Engg. 288 1845
(ii) Mechanical Engg. 1013 1532
(iii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 443 1460
25 Jind Instt. of Engg. & Tech., Jind (1998)
(v) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 636 1791
26 Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra (i) Inst. & Control Engg.
(SCA)953 953 1431
HR-General 1171 1171
27 Lingaya’s Inst. of Mgt. & Tech,Vill- (i) Electrical Engg. 667 1252
Nachauli, Nachauli -Jasana Road, (ii) Mechanical Engg. 267 1215
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(iii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 154 482
(iv) Information Tech. 483 665
(v) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 256 531
(vi) Elect. & Eltx. Engg. 840 1464
Faridabad -1998
(vii) Automobile Engg. 536 1930
(i) Electrical Engg. 396 1978
(ii) Mechanical Engg. 86 356
(iii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 35 185
(iv) Eltx. & Instru. Engg. 293 1707
(v) Information Tech. 212 518
(vi) Civil Engg. 48 184
28 M M Engg. College,Mullana (1994)
(vii) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 45 346
Mechanical Engg.
HR-General(M) 273 507
SCA 17 1023
SCB 713 713
BCA 11 13
(i)
BCB 180 537
Comp. Sc. & Engg.
HR-General(F) 117 862
HR-General(M) 234 234
BCA 401 401
BCB 1605 1605
(ii)
SCB 719 893
Eltx. & Comm. Engg.
AIC 119 119
HR-General(F) 466 466
HR-General(M) 141 340
BCA 328 328
BCB 1825 1825
SCA 608 608
(iii)
SCB 976 976
Bio Technology .
HR-General(F) 1052 1052
HR-General(M) 1438 1494
29 Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak
(iv)
SCB 1462 1462
(i) Mechanical Engg. 431 800
(ii) Computer Sc &Engg. 553 1888
(iii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 407 941
(iv) App.Eltx. & Instr. 916 1676
30 Manav Rachna College of Eng.
Faridabad(2004)
(v) Information
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Technology
(i) Mechanical Engg. 276 1323
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 193 856
(iii) Information Tech. 632 1382
(iv) Biotechnology 1614 1614
31 NC College of Engg., Israna,Panipat
(1998)
(v) Comp. Sc.& Engg. 83 1650
(i) Mechanical Engg. 38 1749
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 208 1536
(iii) Instru. and Controls 455 1813
(iv) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 225 1172
(v) Information Tech. 442 1443
32 PDM College of Engg., Sarai
Aurangabad,Bahadurgarh(Jhajjar)(1999)
(vi) Biomedical Engg. 1535 1535
(i) Electrical Engg. 364 1357
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 72 1148
(iii) Instrumentation &
Control 533 1969
(iv) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 173 551
(v) Chemical Engg. 513 1662
(vi) Information Tech. 269 950
33 Seth Jaiprakash Mukund Lal Inst. of
Engg & Tech., Radaur, Yamuna Nagar
(JMIT) (1995)
(vii) Mechanical Engg. 91 936
(i) Mechanical Engg. 339 1768
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 656 1386
34 Shri Baba Mast Nath Instt. of Engg.,
Asthal Bohar, Rohtak(1997)
(iii) Computer Sc. & Engg. 871 1505
(i) Mechanical Engg. 242 1891
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 738 1807
(iii) Information Tech. 565 1962
35 Shri Krishna Inst. of Engg. & Tech,
Kurukshe tra (1997)
(iv) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 353 1698
(i) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 345 1561
(ii) Information Tech. 1230 1453
36 Somany Inst. of Tech & Mgt.Rewari
(2001)
(iii) Mechanical Engg. 630 3404
(i) Electrical Engg. 1240 1982
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 82 1060
(iii) Information Tech. 257 1127
(iv) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 848 1095
37 Swami Devi Dayal Inst. of E & T, VGolpura
Barwala, PanchKula (2001)
(v) Mechanical Engg. 821 2026
(i) Eltx. & Instru. Engg. 326 1436
(ii) Textile Tech. 163 693
(iii) Textile Chemistry 19 19
(iv) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 67 643
(v) Information Tech. 545 913
38 Technological Inst. of Textile &
Sciences, Bhiwani (1943)
(vi) Fashion & App.Engg. 1166 1828
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(vii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 133 600
(i) Electrical Engg. 927 1907
(ii) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 41 427
(iii) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 265 1018
(iv) Information Tech. 477 933
39 Vaish College of Engg,Rohtak (1995)
(v) Mechanical Engg. 99 894
(i) Electrical Engg. 53 1960
(ii) Mechanical Engg. 7 201
(iii) Eltx.Control & Instru. 20 1284
(iv) Comp. Sc. & Engg. 15 765
(v) Information Tech. 51 611
40 YMCA Institute of Engg., Faridabad
(1969)
(vi) Eltx. & Comm. Engg. 8 1189
LEET(Pharmacy)
Name of the Instt. Min. Rank
Max.
Rank
Dept. of Pharm. Sci., MDU, Rohtak
AIC(M) 1 1
HR-General(F) 39 39
HR-General(M) 73 73
BCA(M) 30 30
BCB(M) 10 10
SCB(M) 218 218
Dept. of Pharm. Sci., KU, Kurushetra
HR(M) 17 21
BCB(M) 171 171
SCA 450 450
Dept. of Pharm. Sci., GJU, Hisar
HR-General(F) 2 23
HR-General(M) 8 53
BCA(M) 11 34
BCB(M) 31 31
HR-PH(M) 267 267
SCB(F) 218 218
Doon Valley Institute of Pharmacy & Medicines, Karnal/ 2004
57 454
Guru Gobind Singh College of Pharmacy, Yamunanagar
9 74
Jan Nayak Ch. Devi Lal Memorial College of Pharmacy, Sirsa/
22 456
R.K.S.D. College of Pharmacy, Kaithal/ 2004 86 439
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Rajendra Institute of Technology and Sciences, Sirsa/ 2002
16 179
Swami Devi Dayal Instt. of Pharmacy, Barwala 79 95
M M Institute of Pharmacy, Mullana/ 2005 38 78
B.S. Anangpuria Institute of Pharmacy, Faridabad / 2003
Hindu College of Pharmacy, Sonepat/ 1995 3 119
G.V.M. College of Pharamcy, Sonepat (For Girls only)
51 433
PDM College of Pharmacy, Sarai Aurangabad, Bahadurgarh/
2004 27 449
Ram Gopal College of Pharmacy, Gurgaon 68 441
Sh. Baba Mast Nath Inst. of Pharm. Sci. & Research., Asthal
Bohar, Rohtak/ 1996 32 260
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CHAPTER : 13
Haryana State Counselling Society, Panchkula
HARYANA GOVERNMENT
TECHNICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
SOCIETY CONSTITUTION
1. Sh. Ajit. M. Sharan, IAS, Financial Commissioner & Principal Secy.,
Technical Education Department, Haryana
Chairman
2. Nominees of Universities :-
I. Nominee of Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
Prof. O.P. Bajpai, 09896338190,01744-238410 (O)
R/o Old Guest House, University Campus, Kurukshetra,
Pin -136119.
Ph. No. 01744-238383 (R)
II. Nominee of MDU, Rohtak
Dr. S.K. Bedi, Professor and Head, Department of Business
Economics, M. No. 9896001496,
R/o H. No. 949, Sector-1, Rohtak-124001,Tel. No. 01262-273540 (R)
III. Nominee of GJU of Sc. & Tech., Hisar
Dr. J.K. Sharma, Professor, Chemistry Department.
Ph. 01662-163120 (O), M. No. 094161-07012
R/o H. No. E-5, GJU Campus, Hisar. Ph. 263252 (R)
IV. Nominee of CCS HAU, Hissar
Dr. R.S. Dalal, Ph. 01662-234613(O)
R/o 6/6 Old Campus, CCS HAU, Hisar, 270289 (R)
E-mail: rcgi@hau.ernet.in
V. Nominee of CDLU, Sirsa
Dr. Ramesh Chander, Department of Business Administration,
M. No. 9416029215, R/o H. No. D-4, University Campus, Sirsa
E-mail: rameshchandra2005@rediffmail.com
VI. Nominee of DCRU of Sc. & Tech., Murthal, Sonepat.
Dr. Devender Singh, System Manager,
Ph. No. 0130-2484011(O)
R/o H. No. B-10, University Campus.
Phone No. 0130-2484001 (R)
Members
3. Representatives of Self-Financed Institutions
1. Dr. K.L. Johar, Vice-Chairman, JMIT, Radaur.
Mobile: 9416029209
R/o H. No. 521-L, Model Town, Yamunanagar135001 (Haryana),
Ph No. 01732-235244, 234500,
E-mail: drkljohar@rediffmail.com
Member
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2. Sh. Picheswar Gadde, Secretary, LIMAT,
Faridabad, Ph. No. 011-41829294-95 (O),
M. No. 09811070098
R/o D-139, Freedom Fighters Enclave,
Neb Sarai, New Delhi-110068.
Ph. 011-29535200 (R)
Member
4.
Sh. M.P. Gupta, Director, Technical Education Department,
Haryana, SCO 38-39, Sector-17A, Chandigarh.
Ph. No. 2703230 (O) Fax 0172-2703829
Member
Secretary
Sd/-
Ajit M. Sharan
Chandigarh Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary,
Dated :19th March, 2007 Govt. of Haryana, Technical Education Deptt.
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Haryana State Counselling Society, Panchkula
HARYANA GOVERNMENT
TECHNICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
(CONSTITUTION OF BOARD OF GOVERNORS)
1. Sh. Ajit. M. Sharan, IAS, Financial Commissioner & Principal Secy.,
Technical Education Department, Haryana
Chairman
2 Sh. M.P. Gupta, Director, Technical Education Department,
Haryana, SCO 38-39, Sector-17A, Chandigarh.
Ph. No. 2703230 (O) Fax 0172-2703829
Vice-Chairman
3. Nominees of Universities :-
I Nominee of Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
Prof. O.P. Bajpai, 09896338190,01744-238410 (O)
R/o Old Guest House, University Campus, Kurukshetra.
Pin-136119.
Ph. No. 01744-238383 (R)
II Nominee of MDU, Rohtak
Dr. S.K. Bedi, Professor and Head, Department of Business
Economics, M. No. 9896001496,
R/o H. No. 949, Sector-1, Rohtak-124001,Tel. No. 01262-273540 (R)
III Nominee of GJU of Sc. & Tech., Hisar
Dr. J.K. Sharma, Professor, Chemistry Department.
Ph. 01662-163120 (O), M. No. 094161-07012
R/o H. No. E-5, GJU Campus, Hisar. Ph. 263252 (R)
IV Nominee of CCS HAU, Hissar
Dr. R.S. Dalal, Ph. 01662-234613(O)
R/o 6/6 Old Campus, CCS HAU, Hisar, 270289 (R)
E-mail: rcgi@hau.ernet.in
V Nominee of CDLU, Sirsa
Dr. Ramesh Chander, Department of Business Administration,
M. No. 9416029215, R/o H. No. D-4, University Campus, Sirsa
E-mail: rameshchandra2005@rediffmail.com
VI Nominee of DCRU of Sc. & Tech., Murthal, Sonepat.
Dr. V.K.Gupta, Prof. & Head, Mech. Engg. Department,
Ph. No. 0130-2484002(O)
R/o H. No. B-5, University Campus.
Phone No. 0130-2484057 (R)
e-mail : vkdcrust@yahoo.co.in
Members
4. Representatives of Self-Financed Institutions
1. Dr. K.L. Johar, Vice-Chairman, JMIT, Radaur.
Mobile: 9416029209
R/o H.No. 521-L, Model Town, Yamunanagar-135001 (Haryana),
Ph No. 01732-235244, 234500,
E-mail: drkljohar@rediffmail.com
Member
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2. Sh. Picheswar Gadde, Secretary, LIMAT,
Faridabad, Ph. No. 011-41829294-95 (O),
M. No. 09811070098
R/o D-139, Freedom Fighters Enclave,
Neb Sarai, New Delhi-110068.
Ph. 011-29535200 (R)
Member
5. Sh. D.K. Gupta, Additional Director, Technical Education Department,
Haryana, SCO 38-39, Sector-17A, Chandigarh.
Ph. No. 2727094 (O) Fax 0172-2727094.
Member-
Secretary
Sd/-
Ajit M. Sharan
Chandigarh Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary,
Dated : 19th March, 2007 Govt. of Haryana, Technical Education Deptt.
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CHAPTER : 14
LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE BROUGHT AT THE TIME OF REPORTING IN
THE ALLOTTED INSTITUTE
The candidates, at the time of reporting must bring the following Original
Certificates/Documents/Testimonials alongwith three sets of duly attested photocopies of these with them. Any
candidate, who fails to produce any of the required Certificate / Document / Testimonial at the time of reporting
the institution, will forfeit his/her claim to admission.
i) Qualifying Examination.
ii) 10+2/Intermediate/Senior Secondary School Examination
iii) Matriculation/High School Certificate.
iv) OLET(LEET)–2007 Print taken by the candidate from website.
v) Character Certificate :
(a) Regular Candidates : The candidates who have passed their qualifying exam. from
School/College as regular students are required to submit the Character Certificate as per
Annexure-I.
(b) Private Candidates : Candidates, who have passed the qualifying examination as private
candidates should submit their Character Certificate, duly signed by a First Class
Magistrate.
v. Resident Certificate as per Annexure-II, if applicable : Candidates, who have passed their
qualifying examination from a Board/Recognized School located in the State of Haryana will be
deemed to be Haryana residents and will not be required to submit certificates of bonafide residents of
Haryana.
vi. Certificate from the Employer in the case of Employees of Govt. of Haryana, members of All India
Services borne on Haryana Cadre, Employees of Statutory Bodies/Corporations as per Annexure-III, if
applicable.
vii. Scheduled Caste Certificate as per Annexure-IV, if applicable.
viii. Backward Class Certificate as per Annexure-V, if applicable and affidavit as per Annexure-VI.
ix. Certificate in respect of Physically Handicapped Candidates as per Annexure-VII, if applicable.
x. Certificate required to be furnished by the Children & Grand-children of Freedom Fighters as per
Annexure-VIII, if applicable.
xi. Certificate from wards of Deceased/Disabled/Discharged Military/Para-Military personnel/
Ex-servicemen or Ex-Personnel of Para-Military Forces – Annexure-IX.
xii. Certificate from wards of ex-employees of Indian Defence Services/ Para-Military Forces- Annexure-
X.
xiii. Certificate of Medical Fitness- Annexure-XI.
xiv. OLET(LEET)–2007 Print taken by the candidate from website.
xv. Counterfoil/ Receipt of deposit of Rs. 500/- as counselling participation fee duly signed & stamped by
concerned Bank in the A/c of Haryana State Counselling Society, Panchkula. Annexure-XII.
xvi. Counterfoil/ Receipt of deposit of Rs. 10,000/- or Rs. 20,000/- as the case may be, as Admission fee
in the A/c of Haryana State Counselling Society duly signed and stamped by the concerned Bank. –
Annexure-XII.
Note: (i) All Originals and 3 sets of attested photo-copies of all applicable
documents/testimonials/certificates must be brought at the time of reporting.
(ii) The original certificates shall be returned back after verification.
(iii) The 3 sets of attested copies of certificates/documents/testimonials will be verified & signed
by the Director-Principal or his authorized representative & will be retained for registration
purposes with the HSCS and subsequently in the University.
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CHAPTER : 15
NRI Quota Seats
In compliance of the judgment dated 12.8.2005 of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in
P.A. Inamdar case, a limited reservation of NRI Seats, not exceeding 15%, may be made
available to NRIs depending on the discretion of the Management subject to two conditions:
1. Such seats should be utilized Bonafide by the NRIs only and for their children or
wards.
2. Secondly, within the quota, the merit should not be given a complete go-by.
(a) The amount of money, in whatever form collected from such NRIs, should be
utilized for benefiting students such as from economically weaker sections of
the society, whom, on well-defined criteria, the educational institutions may
admit on subsidized payment of their fee.
(b) To prevent misutilization of such quota or any malpractice referable to NRI
quota seats, it will be for the committees constituted pursuant to Islamic
Academy’s direction i.e. under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble Mr. Justice R.K.
Nehru (Retd.) to regulate till suitable legislation or regulations are framed by
the State.
(c) List of Institutions offering NRI seats & their fee structure shall be made
available in due course of time.
Note :
i) Students in their own interest, are advised to seek admission against NRI seats
only, if they fulfil the eligibility and other conditions prescribed in Hon’ble
Supreme Court decision in P.A. Inamdar case, failing which, it is most likely that
their admission may be cancelled at any later stage, whenever, comes to the notice
of the competent authority.
ii) Counselling for NRI seats, if any, shall be strictly done by the concerned institute
at their own level as per the counselling schedule mentioned in key dates and
strictly as per guidelines of Hon’ble Supreme Court Decision in P.A. Inamdar
case.
iii) Eligibility for such seats shall remain the same as mentioned in Chapter-3.
Anyhow, the candidates passing qualifying exam. from foreign countries shall
produce the equivalency certificate from the association of Indian University.
Such seats shall be filled on the basis of inter se merit of qualifying exam.
iv) The fee shall be charged, as devised by the concerned institute and determined by
State Fee Committee. However, it is made clear that no institute shall charge
more or less fee than determined by the State Fee Committee.
v) Applications shall be invited by the concerned institute for NRI Quota seats at
their own level and the merit list of such candidates admitted by the Institute shall
be displayed on the institute’s website by the institute on the last day of this
counselling at 5.00 PM with copy to affiliating University, Haryana State
Counselling Society and Chairman, State Fee Committee in the following format :
Sr.
No.
Name of
Candidate
with
complete
address
Father’s Name Mother’s
Name
Name of
Board/ Univ.
from which
qualifying
exam. passed
%age of
aggregate
marks
Name & complete
address of NRI of
which candidate is
children or ward
Amount of
fee
charged &
Name of
Currency
Branch
Allotted
Remarks,
if any
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ANNEXURE-I
Name of the School/College ____________________________________Session _______________
CHARACTER CERTIFICATE
Certified that Sh./Km./Smt ____________________________________________________
son/daughter of Sh. ___________________________________ has been a Bonafide student of this
School/College during the period ___________________________________________________.
He/She appeared in the _____________________ Examination of
the__________________________ (University/Board) held in _________________________ under
Roll No. _________________________ and *passed obtaining ____________________ marks out of
___________________________ marks or *failed/*placed under compartment in the subject of
_________________________________.
1. Academic Distinction, if any______________________________
2. Co-curricular activities, if any_____________________________
3. Brief particulars of disciplinary action by School / Board / University (including punishments
such as expulsion, warning, fined for violation of School / Board / University / Hostel Rules,
UMC/disqualification etc., if any _________________________________________________.
4. General Conduct during stay in the Institution : Good/Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
5. He/she bears good/bad character.
No._____________ Signature
Principal
Date : ____________ (with office seal)
_________________________________________________________________________________
*Strike out whichever is not applicable.
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ANNEXURE-II
HARYANA RESIDENT CERTIFICATE
(For bonafide Residents of Haryana only)
Certified that Sh./Km./Smt._________________________________________son/daughter
of Sh.________________________________R/o________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________(complete
address) since ________________________________ and applicant for admission to various
Engineering/Technical Courses in Haryana, is a bonafide resident of Haryana State in terms of
Chief Secretary, Haryana letter No. 62/17/95-6 GS1 dated 3.10.96, letter No. 62/32/2000-6GSI dated
23-5-2003, letter No. 62/27/2003/6 GS1 dated 29.7.2003, letter No. 22/28/2003-3GS-III dated 30-1-
2004 under clause ____________________.
No._____________ (Signature of the attesting authority)
Date : _________________ Name
__________________
Place : _________________ Designation
_________________
(With legible office seal)
NOTE :
i) The competent authorities to issue Haryana Resident Certificate will be as per
State Govt. letter No. 22/28/2003-3 GS III dated 30.01.2004.
ii) The candidates, who have passed their qualifying examinations from the
Universities/Board/Institutes located in Haryana are not required to produce
Certificate of Haryana Resident.
iii) The certificate must have been issued on or after 31-1-2005.
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ANNEXURE-III
CERTIFICATE FROM THE EMPLOYER IN THE CASE OF EMPLOYEES
OF
GOVT. OF HARYANA, MEMBERS OF ALL INDIA SERVICES BORNE ON
HARYANA CADRE, EMPLOYEES OF STATUTORY BODIES /
CORPORATIONS
Certified that Sh./Km./Smt. ___________________________________________
son/daughter/wife of Sh. ____________________________ is serving as a Regular employee of
Govt. of Haryana / Members of All India Services borne on Haryana Cadre/Regular Employees
of Statutory Body/Corporation established by or under an Act of State of Haryana.
Presently, he/she is posted as _______________________________________ in the
Department of ______________________________ at _________________________________
(place of posting). Sh./Km./Smt. ___________________________________________________ is
his/her son/ daughter/dependent (if parents are not living), seeking admission in various technical
courses in Haryana for the session 2007-08.
No.____________ Signature of Employer
Date : ________________ Designation___________
Place : ________________ (legible Seal)
_________________________________________________________________________________
*Strike out whichever is not applicable.
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ANNEXURE-IV
SCHEDULED CASTE CERTIFICATE
BLOCK ‘A’ OR ‘B’
Certified that Sh./Km./Smt. ______________________________________________son/
daughter of Sh. ______________________________________________________________ resident
of _______________________________________________________________________________
(Complete Address) belongs to _____________________________Caste which has been notified as
Scheduled Caste by the Haryana Government and is placed in Block
___________________________ (mention Block ‘A’ or ‘B’).
This certificate is being issued to him/her according to the Haryana Govt. circular Letter No.
333(1)-97, dated 25-2-97, No. 22/28/2003-3 GS III dated 30.01.2004 and letter dated 21-6-2004.
No._____________________ Signature of the issuing authority
Date: ____________________ Name
Place : ____________________ Designation
(with legible Seal)
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ANNEXURE-V
BACKWARD CLASS CERTIFICATE
BLOCK ‘A’ OR ‘B’
Certified that Sh./Km./Smt _____________________________________________
son/daughter of Shri ___________________________________________________________
resident of ________________________________________________________________________
(Complete Address) belongs to _________________________________________ caste, which has
been notified as Backward Class by the Haryana Govt. and is placed in Block
__________________________ (mention Block ‘A’ or ‘B’).
Further certified that he/she is not covered in Creamy Layer (Reference from the Chief
Secretary, Haryana letter No. 1170-SWL1-95 dated 07.06.95 & No. 62/17/95-6 GSI dated 3rd
October, 1996 and No.22/36/2000 3GSIII dated 9.8.2000).
This Certificate is being issued to him/her in terms of notification issued by Chief Secretary,
Haryana vide memo No. 22/28/2003-3 GS III dated 30.01.2004.
No. :_________________ Signature of the issuing authority
Date :_________________ Name
Place :_________________ Designation
(with legible Seal)
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ANNEXURE-VI
AFFIDAVIT
(BY THE PARENTS OF THE BACKWARD CLASS CATEGORY CANDIDATES)
I, _____________________________ Father/Mother of ________________________
Resident of ______________________________________ Tehsil
___________________________________ District ___________________________ seeking
admission to Engineering degree course in Haryana do hereby solemnly affirm & declare that I
belong to ___________________ Caste, which is included in the list of Backward Classes Block ‘A’/
‘B’ approved by the Haryana Govt. I further declare and affirm that, I and my wife / husband are
not covered under the criteria fixed by Haryana Govt. (Refer Chief Secretary, Haryana letter No.
1170-SWL1-95 dated 07.06.95 & No. 62/17/95-6 GSI dated 3rd October, 1996 and No.22/36/2000
3GSIII dated 9.8.2000) for excluding socially advanced persons/sections (Creamy Layer) from
Backward Classes.
I further undertake that in case the information contained in the above para is found false at
any stage, the Competent Authority will be entitled to cancel the admission.
Date : _____________ DEPONENT
Place : _____________
VERIFICATION
Verified that the above statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief and
nothing has been concealed therein.
Date : _____________ DEPONENT
Place : _____________
_________________________________________________________________________________
* The affidavit should be of the month of April, 2005 or later.
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ANNEXURE-VII
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER____________
No. ____________________ Dated ______________
Certified that Sh./Km./Smt. __________________________________________
son/daughter/wife of Sh. ____________________________________________________________
resident of ___________________________________ District __________________________
appeared before the Medical Board for medical check-up. On his/her Medical Examination, it is
found that the nature of handicap/disability is______________% and (as applicable), is as under :
1. Blind or Low vision__________________________________________________
2. Hearing impairment__________________________________________________
3. Locomotor disability/cerebral palsy______________________________________
Thus, the candidate is physically handicapped as per standard norms of Haryana.
(Signature of the Applicant)
Chief Medical Officer
Date : ____________
________________
Place : ____________
(Seal of the above authority)
*The handicap disability should not be less than 40% and should not interfere with the
requirement of professional career such as Engineering/Architecture/Technician etc.
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ANNEXURE-VIII
CERTIFICATE REQUIRED TO BE FURNISHED BY
CHILDREN/GRANDCHILDREN OF FREEDOM FIGHTERS
Certified that Sh./Km./Smt. _________________________________________________
son/daughter of Sh. _________________________________________________________, resident
of ________________________________________________________________________
(complete address), Freedom Fighter of Haryana (Identity No. _____________________________) is
father/grandfather of Sh./Km./Smt. _________________________________________________
(Name of candidate) of Village/Town __________________ Police Station _________________
Tehsil _________________________ District _________________________,
State______________________ .
No.__________________
Date :_________________ Deputy Commissioner of
District concerned of Haryana
Place :_________________ (SEAL OF OFFICE)
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ANNEXURE-IX
CERTIFICATE FOR DECEASED OR DISABLED OR DISCHARGED
MILITARY/PARA-MILITARY PERSONNEL, EX-SERVICEMEN OR
EX-PERSONNEL OF PARA-MILITARY FORCES
Certified that Number___________________________ Rank ________________________
Name_________________________________________Son of ______________________________
Father of___________________________________Resident of Village_______________________
Post Office____________________________________Tehsil _______________________________
Distt. ___________________________ belonging to the State of Haryana, has served in the Army /
Air-Force/Navy/_____________________Name of the Para-Military Force) from
__________________ to ______________________ and subsequently invalidated out of service as
under :
1) Medical Category
i) for JCO’s __________________________________________________________________
ii) for ORS : Shape-I, II, III etc. ______________________________________________
iii) for Rank/Designation (in case of Para-Military Forces) _____________________________
2) Reason of discharge/retirement _________________________________________________
3) Death
whether killed in action _______________________________________________________
or any other reason ________________________________________________________
4) If killed in action_____________________________________________________________
name of the war/operation _____________________________________________________
5) Disabled : Whether disabled during the war/operation(name) __________________________
6) Nature of disability
i) whether permanent i.e. for life _______________________________________________
ii) whether temporary up to what extent) ____________________________________________
Next RSMB IS DUE _________________________________________________________
Name of Records __________________________________________________________
Signature of the issuing authority
Case No. ________________________ with designation and official
seal and stamp
Date __________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________
Note : Only the certificate issued by the Officer duly authorized by the Army/Navy/Air-Force /
Concerned Para-Military Force Headquarters, as the case may be, shall be entertained.
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ANNEXURE-X
CERTIFICATE FOR THE EX-EMPLOYEES OF
INDIAN DEFENCE SERVICES/PARA-MILITARY FORCES
Certified that Number__________________________ Rank __________________________
Name _____________________________________ S/o or D/o _________________________
Father/Mother of ________________________Resident of Village ___________________________
Post Office_________________________________ Tehsil _________________________________
Distt. _________________________ belonging to the State of Haryana, as per his/her service record
at the time of entry into service, had served in the Army /Air-Force/Navy/________________ (Name
of the Para-Military Force) from ___________________ to ___________________ and subsequently
discharged/retired from the service on ____________________ as per his/her service record. At the
time of entry into service the home address given is _____________________________ (Distt.
________________) Haryana.
Signature
Place : ________________________ Officer Commanding/
Zila Sainik Board/
Competent Authority
Date : ________________________ (with Official Seal)
________________________________________________________________________________
*(Strike out whichever is not applicable)
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ANNEXURE-XI
CERTIFICATE OF MEDICAL FITNESS
(For admission to B-Pharmacy Course in Haryana)
To be obtained only from gazetted Government Medical Officer/Medical Officer of a
Government Undertaking. Please note that this certificate in no other form will be accepted.
Medical Certificates issued by private medical practitioners will not be accepted.
(Please refer to prescribed standards given overleaf)
Name ..............................................................................................................................
(in Block Letters)
Father’s Name : Sh. ..............................................................................................................
Height : .......................................................... Weight .......................................................
Chest : .............................................................................................................................
Heart & Lungs : ..................................................................................................................
Vision : L : .......................................................... R : ........................................................
Colour Vision : ...................................................................................................................
Hearing : ..........................................................................................................................
Hernia/Hydrocele/Piles : .......................................................................................................
Remarks : ..........................................................................................................................
I certify that I have carefully examined Sh./Km./Smt. ........................................................
son/daughter of Shri ............................................................................. who has signed in my presence.
He/she has no mental and physical disease and is FIT.
Signature of the candidate
Station : .................................... Signature of the Medical Officer
with legible Seal.
Date : ....................................
(FOR PRESCRIBED MEDICAL STANDARDS FOR ADMISSION SEE NEXT PAGE)
PRESCRIBED MEDICAL STANDARDS FOR ADMISSION
An Engineering profession demands good physique and stamina. An applicant who suffers
from any organic defect or does not have sound health so as to bear the strain of the course which
must be heightened in his/her professional life would be well advised not to take up the Engineering/
B-Pharmacy Profession. He/she must fulfil the following medical standards :
HEIGHT : Not less than 1.5 metre for male candidates, and not less than 1.2
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metre for female candidates.
WEIGHT : 41 kg. approximately for male candidates and 37 kg.
approximately for female candidates.
CHEST MEASUREMENT : Not less than 69 cms. with satisfactory limit of expansion and
contraction for male candidates only.
HEART & LUNGS : No abnormality.
HERNIA, HYDROCELE : Presence of these is a temporary disqualification & to be
rectified before joining the course of study.
VISION : Normal, where defective, it must be corrected to 6/9 in the better
eye and 6/12 in the worse eye. Eye should be free from
congenital and other disease.
HEARING : Normal, where defective, it must be corrected.
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APPENDIX – A
NO. 22/2/27/2004-2GSIII
From
The Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana.
To
1 All Heads of Departments in the Haryana State.
2 The Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh.
3 All Deputy Commissioners and Sub-Divisional Officers (Civil ) in Haryana
State.
Dated Chandigarh, the October 20, 2005.
Subject: Reservation for admission in educational/professional and colleges/
institutions.
Sir/Madam,
I am directed to invite your attention to Govt. Haryana institutions issued vide
letter No. 22/34/98-3GSIII, dated 19.3.99, followed by letters of even number dated 5.5.99
and letter No. 22/89/97-3GSIII, dated 7.8.2000 on the subject noted above, wherein provision
for reservation of seats in the educational, technical and professional institutions for the
candidates of various categories was made as under :-
1 Scheduled Castes 20% *
2 Backward Classes 16% A Block
11% B Block
3 Physically-Handicapped 3% In the event of quota reserved for
physically-handicapped remain unutilized
due to non-availability for suitable
category of handicapped candidates, it
may be offered to the Ex-servicemen and
their wards (1%) and the dependents of
Freedom Fighters (1%)
On further consideration of the matter, it has been decided to allow 3% horizontal
reservation to Ex-servicemen/Freedom Fighters and their dependents by providing
reservation within reservation of 1% of general category, 1% out of Scheduled Castes and
1% from Backward Classes category for admission to the various educational institutions of
the Govt. and Govt. aided/self-financing colleges/institutes located in Haryana. As far as
block allocation in Block-A and Block-B of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes
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categories is concerned, year-wise rotational system will be adopted. For example, if Block-
A of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes are given seats in the academic year 2006, the
next block i.e. B Block of categories of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes will be
given seats in the next academic year i.e. 2007 and so on.
These instructions should be brought to the notice of all concerned working under
your control for strict compliance.
Yours faithfully,
Sd/-
Deputy Secretary, General Administration
For Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana,
A copy is forwarded to all the Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretaries/
Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana for information and necessary action.
Sd/-
Deputy Secretary, General Administration
For Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana.
To
All the Financial Commissioners & Principal Secretaries/
Commissioners and Secretary to Govt. Haryana.
U.O. No. 22/27/2004-2GSIII Dated, Chandigarh, the October 20, 2005
* The Block A & B in Schedule Caste Category has been done away by the Hon’ble
Punjab & Haryana High Court.
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APPENDIX-B
LIST OF BACKWARD CLASSES IN HARYANA STATE
BLOCK-A
1. Aheria, Aheri, Heri, Naik, Thori or Turi, Hari 2. Barra
3. Beta, Hensi or Hesi 4. Bagria
5. Barwar 6. Barai, Tamboli
7. Baragi, Bairagi, Swami Sadh 8. Battera/ Battora
9. Bharbhunja, Bharbhuja 10. Bhat, Bhatra, Darpi, Ramiya
11. Bhuhalia Lohar 12. Changar
13. Chirimar 14. Chang
15. Chimba, Chhipi, Chimpa, Darzi, Rohilla 16. Daiya
17. Dhobis 18. Dakaut
19. Dhimar, Mallah, Kashyap- Rajpoot, Kahar, 20. Dhosali, Dosali
Jhiwar, Dhinwar, Khewat, Mehra, Nishad,
Sakka, Bhisti, Sheikh-Abbasi
21. Faquir 22. Gwaria, Gauria or Gwar
23. Ghirath 24. Ghasi, Ghasiara or Ghosi
25. Gorkhas 26. Gawala, Gowala
27. Gadaria, Pal 28. Garhi Lohar
29. Hajjam, Nai, Nais, Sain 30. Jhangra- Brahman, Khati, Suthar,
Dhiman, Tarkhan, Barhai, Baddi
31. Joginath, Jogi, Nath, Jangam-Jogi, Yogi 32. Kanjar or Kanchan
33. Kurmi 34. Kumhars, Prajapati
35. Kamboj 36. Khanghera
37. Kuchband 38. Labana
39. Lakhera, Manihar, Kachera 40. Lohar, Panchal
41. Madari 42. Mochi
43. Mirasi 44. Nar
45. Noongar 46. Nalband
47. Pinja, Penja 48. Rehar, Rehara or Re
49. Raigar 50. Rai Sikhs
51. Rechband 52. Shorgir, Shergir
53. Soi 54. Singhikant, Singiwala
55. Sunar, Zargar, Soni 56. Thathera, Tamera
57. Teli 58. Banzara, Banjara
59. Weaver (Jullaha) 60. Badi/Baddon
61. Bhattu/ Chattu 62. Mina
63. Rahbari 64. Charan
65. Chaaraj (Mahabrahman) 66. Udasin
67. Ramgarhia 68. Rangrez, Lilgar, Nilgar, Lallari
69. Dawala, Soni-Dawala, Nyaaria 70. Bhar, Rajbhar
71. Nat (Muslim)
BLOCK-B
1. Ahir/Yadav 2. Gujjar 3. Lodh/Lodha 4. Saini 5. Meo
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APPENDIX-C
LIST OF SCHEDULED CASTES IN HARYANA STATE
BLOCK-A
S. No. NAME OF THE CASTE S .No. NAME OF THE CASTE
1. Ad Dharmi 19. Khatik
2. Balmiki, Chura, Bhangi 20. Kori, Koli
3. Bangali 21. Marija, Marecha
4. Barar, Burar, Berar 22. Mazhabi, Mazhibi Sikh
5. Batwal 23. Megh
6. Bauria, Bawaria 24. Nat, Badi
7. Bazigar 25. Od
8. Bhanjra 26. Pasi
9. Chanal 27. Perna
10. Dagi 28. Pherera
11. Darain 29. Sanhai
12. Deha, Dhea, Dhaya 30. Sanhal
13. Dhanak 31. Sansi, Bhedkut Manesh
14. Dhogri, Dhangri, Siggi 32. Sansoi
15. Dumna, Mahasha, Doom 33. Sapela, Spera
16. Gagra 34. Sarera
17. Gandhila, Gandil, Gondola 35. Sikligar, Bariya
18. Kabirpanthi, Julaha 36. Sirikiband
BLOCK-B
1. Chamar 2. Jatia Chamar 3. Rehgar 4. Raigar 5. Ramdasi 6. Ravidasi.
7. Balahi 8. Batoi 9. Bhatoi 10. Bhambi 11. Chamar-Rohidas
12. Jatav 13. Jatava 14. Mochi 15. Ramdasia
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APPENDIX-D
Copy of letter No. 62/17/95-6 GSI Dated, Chandigarh, the 3rd October, 1996
From
The Chief Secretary to Government Haryana
To
i) All Heads of Departments, Commissioners
Ambala, Rohtak, Gurgaon and Hisar Divisions.
ii) All Deputy Commissioners and all Sub-Divisional
Officers (Civil) in Haryana.
iii) The Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court and
all District and Session Judges in Haryana.
Subject : “Bonafide residents of Haryana - Guidelines regarding”.
I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Govt. letters noted in the margin on the
subject noted above vide which the instructions were issued regarding simplification of procedure
for obtaining the certificate of Domicile for the purpose of admission to educational institution
(including technical/medical institution). The matter has been reconsidered in the light of judgment
delivered by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the case of Dr. Pradeep Jain vs. Union of India
and others reported as AIR 1984-SC-1421, wherein it has been held that instead of the word
‘Domicile’ the word ‘Resident’ be used in the instructions issued by the State Government and
it has been decided to revise the Government instructions. Henceforth, the following categories of
persons would be eligible for the grant of Resident Certificate : -
i) Candidates, who have passed the examination qualifying them for selection in an institution
from a school/college in Haryana.
ii) Children / Wards (if parents are not living) / Dependents : -
(a) of the employees of Haryana State posted in or outside Haryana State or
working on deputation;
(b) of the employees of the statutory bodies/corporations established by or
under an Act of the State of Haryana who are posted in Chandigarh or in
Haryana or outside Haryana;
(c) of the employees of the Government of India posted in Chandigarh or in
Haryana in connection with the affairs of the Haryana Government.
iii) Children/Wards (if parents not living)/dependents of persons who after retirement have
permanently settled in Haryana and draw their pensions from the treasuries situated in the
State of Haryana.
iv) Children/wards (if parents are not living)/dependents of pensioners of Haryana Government
irrespective of the fact that the original home of the retiree is in a State other than Haryana or
he has settled after retirement in or outside Haryana.
v) Children/Wards (if parents are not living)/dependents of persons, who have permanent home
in Haryana and include persons who have been residing in Haryana for a period of not less
than 15 years or who have permanent home in Haryana but on account of their occupation
they are living outside Haryana.
vi) The wives of such persons who are bonafide residents of Haryana irrespective of the fact that
they had belonged to any other State before marriage.
vii) Persons who were born in Haryana and produce a certificate to that effect; provided that the
parents/guardians (if parents are not living) of persons belonging to any one of the above
mentioned categories are :
a) Citizens of India;
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b) Produce an affidavit to the effect that they or their children/wards (if
parents are not living)/dependents have not obtained the benefit of Resident
in any other State.
2. All candidates claiming to be bonafide residents of Haryana should produce a Haryana
Resident Certificate signed by the District Magistrate/General Assistant to Deputy
Commissioner or Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil) of the District/Sub-Divisions to which the
candidates belong. Resident Certificates in respect of elsewhere or in respect of the
Children/Wards/Dependents of Haryana Govt. employees who are posted at Chandigarh,
Delhi or elsewhere or in respect of Children /Wards/Dependents of pensioners of Haryana
Govt. or in respect of the Children/Wards/Dependents of the employees of the Government of
India posted at Chandigarh or in Haryana in connection with the affairs of Haryana
Government, or in respect of Children/Wards/Dependents of the employees and retirees of
the Statutory Bodies/Corporations of Haryana established by or under an Act of the State
of Haryana or a Central Act and located at Chandigarh, Haryana or outside Haryana,
should be by their respective Heads of Departments.
3. Candidates seeking admission in educational institutions (including medical and technical
institutions) located in Haryana, may not be required to produce Resident Certificate, if they
have passed the examination from a school/college situated in Haryana. For this purpose, a
certificate of the Principal/Headmaster from concerned institution where the children/wards
studied last should be considered sufficient. The Principal/Headmaster of the institution shall
be competent to issue such certificate, which should be sufficient.
4. If a candidate is admitted on the basis of claim that he belongs to the State of Haryana but at
any subsequent time is discovered that his claim was false, the student shall be removed from
the institution, all fees and other dues paid up to the date of such removal shall be
confiscated. The Principal/Headmaster may take such other action against the student and
his/her parents/guardians as he may deem proper in the circumstances of any particular case.
5. For the purpose of uniformity for issuing certificate of Residence in the case of various
categories to be issued by the competent Authorities, proformas have been prescribed which
are enclosed herewith.
6. These instructions may kindly be noted carefully for compliance and the receipt of this letter
may please be acknowledged.
Yours faithfully,
Sd/-
Under Secretary, General Administration,
for Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana.
A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to : -
i) All Financial Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
ii) All Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
Sd/-
Under Secretary, General Administration,
for Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana,
To
i) All Financial Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
ii) All Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
U.O. No. 62/17/95-6GSI Dated Chandigarh, the 31.10.96
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APPENDIX-D-1
No. 62/32/2000 – 6GSI
From
The Chief Secretary to Government Haryana
To
1. All the Heads of Departments in Haryana
2. The Commissioners Rohtak, Gurgaon, Hissar and Ambala Divisions
3. The Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court
4. All the Deputy Commissioners in Haryana
5. The Managing Directors of all Boards and Corporations in Haryana
6. The Registrars, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra, Ch. Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University, Hissar, Guru
Jambheshwar University, Hissar and Ch. Devi Lal University, Sirsa
Dated, Chandigarh the 23.05.2003
Sub : Bonafide residents of Haryana – Guidelines regarding.
Sir,
I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Government circular letter No. 62/17/95-
6GSI, dated 3.10.1996 on the subject noted above vide which the powers of issuing Haryana Resident
Certificate was vested with District Magistrate/General Assistant to Deputy Commissioner or Sub
Divisional Officer (Civil) of the District/Sub-Divisions.
The matter has been reconsidered by the State Government in view of the problems being
faced by the public in general and the students’ community in particular in obtaining a Resident
Certificate from the concerned authorities. With a view to improve the existing system in public
interest, it has been decided by the Government to delegate powers of District Magistrates/City
Magistrates/Sub-Divisional Officers (Civil) to Tehsildars to issue Haryana Resident Certificate to the
claimant(s). Henceforth, the Tehsildars of Revenue Department are authorized to issue Resident
Certificates besides the aforesaid functionaries.
These instructions may be observed by all concerned meticulously.
Yours faithfully,
Sd/-
Under Secretary General
Administration
for Chief Secretary to Government
Haryana
To
All the Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretary/Commissioners and Secretaries to
Government Haryana.
U.O. No. 62/32/2000- 6 GSI Dated, Chandigarh the 23.05.2003
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APPENDIX - D-2
No. 62/27/2003 – 6GSI
From
The Chief Secretary to Government Haryana
To
1. All the Heads of Departments in Haryana
2. The Commissioners Rohtak, Gurgaon, Hissar and Ambala Divisions
3. The Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court
4. All the Deputy Commissioners in Haryana
5. The Managing Directors of all Boards and Corporations in Haryana
6. The Registrars, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra, Ch. Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University, Hissar, Guru
Jambheshwar University, Hissar and Ch. Devi Lal University, Sirsa
Dated, Chandigarh the
Sub : Bonafide residents of Haryana – Guidelines regarding.
Sir,
I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Government circular letter No. 62/17/95-6GSI,
dated 3.10.96 and No. 62/32/2000 - GSI, dated 23.5.2003 on the subject noted above vide which
the instructions were issued regarding simplification of procedure for obtaining the certificate of
resident for purpose of admission to educational institutions (including technical/medical
institutions)
2. The matter has been reconsidered by the State Government in view of the problems faced by the
children and wards of accredited journalists recognized by Government of Haryana and it has
been decided that the children and wards of the accredited journalists residing at Chandigarh and
recognized by Government of Haryana would also be eligible for the grant of Residence
Certificate only for the purpose of admission in the academic institutions of Haryana State.
3. These instructions may kindly be noted carefully for compliance and the receipt of this letter may
please be acknowledged.
Yours faithfully,
Under Secretary General
Administration
for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana
A copy is forwarded to all the Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretaries/
Commissioners and Secretaries to Government of Haryana for information and necessary action.
Under Secretary General
Administration
for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana
To
All the Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretary/Commissioners and Secretaries to
Government Haryana
U.O. No. 62/27/2003- 6 GSI Dated, Chandigarh the July 29, 2003
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APPENDIX-D-3
Copy of letter No. 22/28/2003 – 3GS III Dated, the 30th January, 2004.
From
The Chief Secretary to Government Haryana
To
1. All the Heads of Departments in Haryana
2. The Commissioners Rohtak, Gurgaon, Hissar and Ambala Divisions
3. The Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court
4. All the Deputy Commissioners in Haryana
5. The Registrars, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra, Ch. Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University, Hissar, Guru
Jambheshwar University, Hissar and Ch. Devi Lal University, Sirsa
Dated, Chandigarh the 30th January, 2004.
Sub : “Streamlining the procedure in the offices regarding issuing of Resident/Income
Certificates and the Caste Certificate to Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes”.
Sir,
I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Government letter Nos. 62/17/95-2GS III,
dated 03.10.1996, No. 22/51/93-3GS III, dated 12.08.93 and even No. dated 14.10.97 on the subject
noted above wherein instructions regarding the Caste Certificates (SC/BC/OBC), and Resident
Certificates have been issued.
The policy has been reviewed keeping in view the various courts judgements and the
hardships caused to the individuals in obtaining above quoted certificates. Government is of the view
that the procedure be institutionalized by delegating powers at proper level for ensuring speedy
disposal of work without any harassment or exploitation. The present modification of the policy also
aims at simplifying the procedure for obtaining certificate by an individual falling under the reserved
categories.
2. The matter has been reconsidered in depth by the State Government in view of the problems
being faced by the Government employees in obtaining these certificates. With a view to improve the
existing system in issuing various certificates, it has been decided by the Government that henceforth
Circle Revenue Officers (Tehsildar/Naib Tehsildar-cum-Executive Magistrate) concerned will be
authorized to issue Resident as well as Caste Certificates (SC/BC/OBC) after getting the verification
done through the subordinate revenue staff in case of applicants residing in the rural area and through
the Executive Officer/Secretary of the concerned Municipal Committee/Municipal Council/Municipal
Corporation concerned in case of applicants residing in urban areas. It has further been decided that in
case of Haryana Government employees serving in the offices located at Chandigarh/Panchkula and
residing at Chandigarh/Panchkula, the Resident Certificates and Caste Certificates to SC/BC
employees and for their children, may be issued by their respective Heads of Departments also.
3. The validity of Resident Certificate issued by the competent authority shall be as long as the
holder of this certificate maintains his residential address in Haryana State.
4. SC certificate once issued be valid as long as the caste is not removed from the Schedule of
the Constitution and BC certificate shall be valid for life from the date of issue of the certificate or till
the applicant does not fall into creamy layer category as defined from time to time. The applicant
applying for BC certificate would also submit a self declaration on simple paper that he does not fall
under creamy layer category. However, if the certificate has been obtained by fraud or
misrepresentation or concealment of facts or by some other means, the said certificate shall be
declared as invalid/non-est and benefit taken by the applicant will be withdrawn and a criminal case
shall be registered against the applicant misrepresenting the facts as well as against the guilty
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officers/officials, if any. In addition, Social Justice & Empowerment Department, Haryana is being
directed to finalize the modalities and procedure to constitute the Scrutiny Committee.
The files relating to Caste and Resident certificate shall be retained for 10 years and Register
shall be retained permanently. The proformae of the application form, Register and SC/BC
certificates prescribed by the Government shall be followed by all the Departments/Institutions in
letter and spirit as it has come to the notice of the Govt. that some Departments/Institutions demand
such certificates in proformae which are at variance with the proformae in which these certificates are
being issued by the competent authorities (Tehsildar/Naib Tehsildar/HODs). It is, therefore, decided
that the Departments/Institutions shall accept these certificates only in the proformae in which these
are being issued by the competent authorities which have been prescribed by the Govt. itself.
5. To make institutional arrangements, it has also been decided that in future the Resident and
Caste certificates will be issued to all the students studying in class 8th every year as per the time
schedule given below :-
i. Filling of application form by the
parents/students.
1st Nov. to 10th Nov. every
year.
ii. Verification by
(a) Sarpanch/ Nambardar in case of rural areas
and Municipal Councillors in case of Urban
areas.
(b) Verification by Patwari in case of rural
areas /EO/Secy.(MC) any other officer/official
authorized by the local body for the purpose in
case of urban areas.
Upto 15th November every
year.
30th November
(c) Head Teacher/Head-master Upto 15th Dec.
iii. Forwarding of application to CRO by Head
Teacher/Head Master
31st Dec.
iv. Verification & issue of certificate by CRO Upto 31st January every
year.
6. All application forms of a particular School may be sent to the Tehsildar/Naib Tehsildar
concerned preferably at one go so that the certificates are issued and sent back to the Headmasters of
Government Schools/Private Schools for distribution to the concerned students. The Head
Teacher/Headmaster shall be responsible for getting the application forms filled and files prepared of
all the students presently studying in Class-VIII to XII will be issued these certificates during the
months of January, 2004 to March, 2004. The schedule will be finalized by the concerned Deputy
Commissioner in this regard.
7. It has been further decided that in case of SC/BC students claiming benefit under various
welfare schemes upto Class IX, the benefits will be given by the Head -aster/Head Teacher after
getting the verification done from Sarpanch/Nambardar/MC and a caste certificate issued by the CRO
(Tehsildar/Naib Tehsildar) may not be demanded for this purpose by the School authorities.
8. The matter regarding issue of income certificate to the students for claiming various benefits
in educational institutions has been considered and it has been decided that in future the income
certificate for educational purpose will be issued by the CRO (Tehsildar/Naib Tehsildar concerned)
and income certificate for other purposes by the SDO (C) concerned taking into account income of
the applicant from various sources including agriculture, trade, profession, salary etc. The verification
will be got done through the subordinate revenue staff in case of applicants residing in rural areas and
through the Executive Officers/Secretary of the concerned Municipal Committee/Council/Municipal
Corporation in case of applicants residing in urban areas.
9. It has also been brought to the notice of the Government that when posts are advertised, fairly
large number of candidates apply for such posts and Haryana Public Service Commission/Haryana
Staff Selection Commission/Department demand attested copies of Resident/Caste certificates and
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other documents from the candidates. This creates not only financial problems for the unemployed
youths but also increases the workload in the offices. Similar is the position in case of admission to
educational/professional Engineering institutions. To give relief to the public, it has been decided that
at the time of applying for job or for admission in educational institutions including
technical/professional institutions etc. self-attested photo-copy of the certificate about the residence
and caste status shall be sufficient and at the time of final interview/selection, original papers
including Castes and Resident Certificate issued by the competent authorities may be
obtained/examined/inspected by the concerned departments/institutions and attested copies thereof be
kept in record. The fact may also be cross-checked/verified at the time of verification of the
antecedents of the applicants before he/she joins the Government service. Similar practice will be
followed for degrees/mark-sheets/other certificates of academic qualifications. Necessary action to
amend/revise the application form in this regard shall be taken by Haryana Public Service
Commission/Haryana Staff Selection Commission/Head of the Departments/Universities etc. at their
own level under intimation to the Government.
These instructions may be brought to the knowledge of all for strict compliance.
Yours faithfully,
Sd/-
Under Secretary General
Administration
for Chief Secretary to Government
Haryana
To
All the Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretary/ Commissioners and Secretaries to
Government Haryana.
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APPENDIX-D-4
Copy of letter No. 62/17/95-6GSIdated 17.7.98 from the Chief Secretary
to Govt. Haryana addressed to all the Heads of Deptt. & Org.
Subject: Bonafide residents of Haryana- guidelines regarding.
Sir,
I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Government circular letter No. 62/17/95-
6GSI, dated 3.10.96 regarding the subject mentioned above vide which the instructions were issued
regarding simplification of procedure for obtaining the certificate of Bonafide residents of Haryana
for the purpose of admission to educational institutions (Including technical/ medical institutions).
2 Several departments have sought clarification from the State Govt. whether ad hoc/contract/
daily-waged employees are also covered under these instructions.
3 The matter has been examined by the Government. It is clarified that only regular employees
of the State Govt./Statutory bodies/corporations and Govt. of India mentioned in the above
instructions and not ad hoc/contract/daily-waged of these State Govt. / Statutory bodies/ corporations
fall within the ambit of these instructions. Accordingly, in the sub-Clause (a), (b) and (c) of Clause
(ii) in para 1 of the instructions in question, for the word “employee” the word ‘regular employee’ is
substituted and should be read as such.
These instructions may be noted carefully for compliance.
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APPENDIX-E
List of self-styled Institutions/ Universities which have been declared fake by the University
Grants Commission and other Government bodies
1. All India Board of Secondary Education, Delhi, Bhawan No. 700, Gali No. 17, Gopalpur Village
(Timarpur) P.O Azadpur, Delhi- 110009
2. Board of Adult Education and Training Office, 1 Aliganj (Kasturba Nagar) Kotla Mubarakpur,
New Delhi – 110003
3. Central Board of Higher Education, East Patel Nagar, New Delhi
4. Central Board of Higher Education, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi
5. Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, Prayag (Allahabad) U.P.
6. Bombay Hindi Vidyapeeth, Bombay
7. Maharshi Valmiki National University, Delhi
8. Maithill University/ Vishwavidyalaya Darbhanga, Bihar
9. Takshila Kendriya Vishwavidyalaya, Uttam Nagar (New Delhi)
10. Mahila Gram Vidyapith/Vishwavidyalaya (Women’s University) Prayag, Allahabad (U.P.)
11. Varanaseya Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh)
12. Commercial University Ltd. Darya Ganj, Delhi
13. Testator Research University Bodihaya Ranur (Tamil Nadu)
14. Sree Narayan Open University Quilon (Kerala)
15. Gandhi Hindi Vidyapeeth Prayag, Allahabad (U.P.)
16. National University of Electro Complex Homeopathy Kanpur (U.P.)
17. University New Jerusalem Kathuparamba Cannore (Kerala)
18. World Social Work University Perunguzhi (Kerala)
19. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose University (Open University) Aligarh (U.P.)
20. Shrimati Mahadevi Verma Open University Mughal Sarai (U.P.)
21. D.D.S. Sanskrit University Putur, Trichi, Tamil Nadu
22. Amritsar University, Amritsar (Punjab)
23. Arya University Srinagar (Jammu Kashmir)
24. Bible University Ambur (North Arcot)
25. Estern Orthodox University Ambur (North Arcot)
26. Blobe University of Science, Kumbaronam
27. St. John’s University Kizhanattam, Kerala
28. National University, Nagpur
29. Self Culture University, Kizhanattam
30. United Nations University, Delhi
31. Vocational University, Delhi
32. Western University of Kapurthala
33. Uttar Pradesh Vishwavidyalya, Rosi Kalan, Mathura (U.P.)
34. Maharana Pratap Shiksha Niketan Vishwavidyalaya Pratapgarh (U.P.)
35. India Education Council of U.P. Lucknow (U.P.)
36. *Bhartiya Shiksha Parishad (U.P.) Open Vishwavidyalaya Lucknow (U.P.)
37. Raja Arabia University, Nagpur
38. Urdu University, Moti Park, Bhopal
39. Vocational University Amritsar and DE
40. Uttar Pradesh Vishwavidyapeeth, Kushikalan
41. Kesarwani Vidyapith, Jabalpur (MP)
42. Delhi Vishwa Vidyapeeth, 233, Tagore Park, Model Town, Delhi
43. Badaganvi Sarkar World Open University Education Society, Gokak, Belgaum
44. ADR-Centric Juridical University, ADR House, 8J, Gopala Tower, 25 Rajendra Place, Delhi
* (It is not recognized by the U.G.C. However, stay has been granted by Civil Judge Hawalee (J.D.), Lucknow.
The issue regarding Fake University is in Court).
Note: The names of fake Universities/ Boards will be considered as published by the concerned apex bodies on
the day of counselling.
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LEET(Pharmacy) for admission to 2nd
year B.E./B.Tech. & B. Pharmacy.
Date of
Entrance
Test
9.7.07 &
10.7.07 to
be
conducted
by HSCS
through
NIC
4 Shifts:
1st 9.00 AM to 10.45 AM
2nd 11.15 AM to 1.00PM
3rd 1.30 PM to 3.15 PM
4th 3.45 PM to 5.30 PM
(Duration of test will be 90
minutes. 15 minutes are for
reading of instructions etc)
7 GP, Sonepat 07
Display of inter-se Merit/Unique ranks
of OLET(LEET)-2007 on the website
http://onlinetesthry.nic.in
12.7.07
Counselling details for all the seats of Govt. / Aided/ University Departments & 75% seats of Private Engg. Institutes.
Deposition of Counselling fee of Rs.
500/- in A/c of HSCS in CBS Branches
of PNB.
15.06.2007 to 16.07.2007
Details on-line
Registration, mock
counselling and
filling & locking of
choices
Result
declaration
Deposition of
Admission fee in
A/c of HSCS and
Reporting in the
designated Instt.
Vacancy
updation by
designated
Institute
upto
Availability of seats after
counselling/ seats display &
reporting status by designated
Institutes
1st counselling by NIC 20.7 to 23.7 24.7 25.7 to 27.7 28.7 30.7
2nd counselling by
NIC (after inter
conversion of reserved
categories of seats)
31.7 to 1.8 2.8 3.8 to 4.8 6.8 7.8
3rd counselling by
NIC or Physical
counselling required,
if any
8.8 to 14.8
Final cut off dates of all admissions. 20.8
Submission & Authentication of admission list of Institutes by
HSCS.
20.8 to 28.8
Registration/ submission of final admission list in University by
Institutes after authentication by HSCS.
20.8 to 28.8
Start of Session 20.8.07
Note: i) NIC shall conduct online mock entrance test demo pertaining to this OLET(LEET)-2007
during registration period. The perspective candidates desirous of seeking admission in LEET
are advised in their own interest to attempt this online mock entrance test.
i) Time of closing of all types of counseling is 5.00 p.m.