COLLEGE ADMISSION PROCESS IN INDIA

India is been noticing the migration of students to foreign countries due to higher studies for a long time but with the recent developments and technological expansion, the foreign students immigrate to India for Higher education in technical, business and management, medical, fashion, arts, literature and law, respectively. The complex and bilateral educational system of India is preparing students for global platforms with the help of diversely available resources and rigorous practical training. The Indian Higher Education System is tend to meet the higher standards of transparency, strengthening of the professional and doctoral educational profiles whereas the complexities have been surpassed by the strong institutional responsibilities helping in the building of experts. The multidimensional discoveries in technical and management sector have increased the foot count of students in Indian colleges.

 

Why to Study in India

India has approximately 342 Universities and 17625 colleges offering wide spectrum of courses, providing the students with varied options based on their interest and qualifications to choose a course of interest.  Also, the Indian Higher Education System is the third largest educational system of the world after United States and China. At the tertiary level, the main governing body is University Grants Commission (UGC), which regulates, transforms and maintains its standards, advises the government for further developments, and balances the states and central education system. It has established 12 autonomous institutions to grant accreditation to the institutions for higher learning.

  1. All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
  2. National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
  3. Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)
  4. Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI)
  5. Distance Education Council (DEC)
  6. National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE)
  7. Bar Council of India (BCI)
  8. Medical Council of India (MCI)
  9. Dental Council of India (DCI)
  10. Indian Nursing Council (INC)
  11. Pharmacy Council of India (PCI)
  12. Central Council of Homeopathy (CCH)

 

Eligibility Criterion for Admissions in Higher Education

The eligibility of students is considered to be noted on priority during the admission process and differs from college to college. This is verified with the help of documents, certificates, and id proofs of students. The students are said to be eligible for the admissions if,

  • They have passed their 10+2 examinations with 60- 65 percent (different in different colleges)
  • They make through the merit list of colleges (mostly in government colleges)
  • They meet the age limit (depends on college and course)

 

Application Process

Due to the extension of technology in India, colleges have adopted the Online Application process for admission over the traditional offline process. This mode is more convenient and accessible among students as internet is faster, cheaper and universal with multidisciplinary approaches. Students with different domains get all kinds of information at single platform.

 

Procedure of Admission in Colleges

The students have to go through an entry level entrance exam after intermediate education to secure their seats in desired colleges. The aspirants get the colleges as per their rankings in entrance exams for government and private colleges separately.

  • The colleges/universities conduct central or state- wise entrance exams for the candidates who have passed 10+2 examination with aggregate 65 percentile.
  • After the declaration of results, a counseling session is conducted for the candidates to choose the colleges according to their ranks in entrance examinations.
  • The verification of documents takes place for the admission process and to check the fair conduct of student’s declarations.
  • After the above process, a prescribed fee is deposited to confirm the admission from the students.

 

Government Institutes with A- grade Qualification:

  1. Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs)
  2. National Institute of Technology (NITs),
  3. Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs),
  4. Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs),
  5. International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT),
  6. University of Mumbai
  7. Jawaharlal Nehru University
  8. University of Delhi

In India, the entrance examination for the admission of Engineering and Architecture is JEE Mains Advanced; NEET for medical course, CLAT for Law course, CAT for MBA, etc. It is mandatory for students to clear the above mentioned examinations for the successful admissions in government universities and colleges.

Reservation Policy for Students

University Grants Commission under the Government of India has set up several guidelines for the reservation processes of students belonging to minority classes like Scheduled castes, Scheduled Tribes, OBCs (Other Backward Classes) and in some states for Muslim communities BC(M). This provides a relaxation to financially weak students.

Points to consider while choosing the Institute

Apart from already established norms and conditions of institutes, students are free choose their colleges for higher education. And while choosing the institute, students must consider some points from their side to satisfy their requirements from the courses/colleges. Students should consider some important points before taking admission in colleges of their choice.

The key considerations to think over include

  1. Academic excellence and superiority: Before choosing a college and before the admission process, students should overlook the ranking and education quality of the colleges. The students are believed to choose wisely for the degree meeting the global standards of education. Students should make sure
  • The colleges should provide them with industrial exposure with hands - on experiences in the course curriculum.
  • The colleges should be attuned to the latest global trends and developments of the industry.
  1. Standardized accreditation: The colleges and universities should have proper accreditations by governmental agencies matching national and international standards of education. The students are advised to do a research about university/college before taking admission in any course.
  2. Provision of Basic Amenities: As per their requirements, students should have a watch on the facilities provided by colleges before the admission. It is necessary for students to have a value of their efforts and money in any college or university.

India is a land of innovation and development having a structured pedagogical curriculum and practical training procedures for students. The talent and knowledge of students is tested with various entrance examinations before the admissions and the institutes offering quality education welcomes the talent within the territory and abroad.

 


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