General Rules

General Rules

1. Admission of a student to a course shall be subject to the conditions prescribed by the relevant University Ordinances/Rules as applicable to the course in which admission is sought.
2. Students shall not be eligible for admission to a course unless they have passed the qualifying examination or any other examination recognized for the purpose and possess such other qualifications (if any) as may be prescribed by the Ordinances.
3. Admission to post-graduate programmes ( M.A. / M. Com. / M. Sc. / M. Tech. / MSW / MFC / MCCA / M.P.Ed. / M. Lib. / MCA / L.L.M. / ALL PG Diploma) in the University shall be based on objective type test (70% weightage) and academic record of qualifying examination (30% weightage).
a) Applications for admission to various post-graduate programmes of study in the teaching departments /Constituent colleges of the University shall be submitted online as per notification of admission by the University.
The hard copy of the application complete in all respects shall be submitted as follows
(I) Programmes for which entrance test is not conducted, the hard copy will be submitted to the respective Department/Constituent College.
(II) Programmes for which entrance test is conducted the hard copy should be submitted at any place out of the following-
1. Director, PG School of Humanities
2. Director PG School of Social Science
3. Director PG School of Commerce
AFTER LAST DATE GIVEN IN UNIVERSITY NOTIFICATION NO APPLICATION WILL BE ENTERTAINED.
b) The Schedule and other details of admission for the programmes namely M. Phil, Ph. D MBA, B. Tech.-M Tech. in CCT, M. Ed. ,B. A. LLB (Hons.) shall be notified by University separately.
4. Acceptance of application form does not guarantee admission.
5. Jurisdiction of Court Cases: All court cases shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Rajasthan University headquarters at Jaipur and not any other place.
6. Seats will be reserved for S.C., S.T., OBC (except creamy layer), SBC, Kashmiri Migrants and Differently abled applicants as per Government of Rajasthan policy/as per directions of Hon'ble High Court of Rajasthan.
7. Concession/Weightage in the aggregate of marks at the academic record only is admissible for purposes of admission to the various courses of study as per provisions of O.81 III
8. Admissions will be made on the basis of merit (in case of PG Programmes Test Marks + Academic Record + Concession / Weightage Marks (if applicable) ) subject to the availability of seats in each category and fulfilment of the conditions laid down by the University for the purpose from time to time.
9. A student who has secured his/her percentage of marks without the addition of concession / weightage marks shall rank higher in order of merit than the one who has secured the same percentage of marks with the addition of the concession/weightage marks allowed to him/her under the rules.
10. All admissions will be provisional till the applicant completes all the formalities required.
11. Payment of Fee: No student shall be treated as admitted to a course till he/she has deposited the necessary fees (admission, tuition and others). All fees will be charged for 12 months irrespective of the date of admission. Fees once paid shall not be refunded except the caution money.
12. The deposited caution money will be refundable only after clearance of dues, if any, when claimed within three sessions of leaving the College/ Department.
13. N.T.S. Applicants: National Talent Scholars (selected by the N.C.E.R.T.) may be admitted outright provided they fulfill the minimum eligibility conditions. Only such NTS candidates shall get admission who are eligible to draw the scholarship.However NTS applicants are required to appear in entrance test.
14. Non-Rajasthan Applicants: Not more than 10% students shall be admitted from institutions outside Rajasthan. Such candidates should have secured a First Division (60%) and should be otherwise eligible. However, the condition of obtaining a First Division may be relaxed in the case of:
(i) Female candidates migrating to Rajasthan on account of their marriage to a resident of Rajasthan.
(ii) Male candidates, who after passing the qualifying examination from any other University, have passed a three-year course from this University, and
(iii) Son/ Daughter of a serving employee of the Central Government or a Public Sector Organization posted in Rajasthan. They will be considered for admission on the basis of merit at par with candidates from Rajasthan.
15. Non-Rajasthan students securing a second division from other states may also be considered subject to the availability of seats after all the eligible students from Rajasthan and First Division holders from other States have been accommodated. The rule of minimum percentage wherever applicable, will however, be followed.
16. Admission of Candidates with a Supplementary:
(i) An applicant who is declared eligible to appear at the Supplementary Examination have to appear in the entrance test for seeking admission to next higher class.
(ii) The applicant will be provisionally admitted, at his/her own risk, to the next higher class in the beginning of the session by the last day fixed for admission subject to the conditions mentioned in the clause given below. He/she will be assumed to have secured minimum pass marks in the subject of supplementary examination for the purpose of preparation of merit list for admission.
(iii) A candidate who fails or absents him/her self at the Supplementary Examination shall have no right to continue in the next higher class and his/her provisional admission to the next higher class shall stand cancelled automatically.
17. Admission of candidates on declaration of Revaluation Results and disposal of cases of Unfair Means: Admission of candidates who become eligible for admission to join the next higher class as a result of revaluation shall be governed by the provisions of Ordinance 157-A and of those who become eligible for admission to join the same class or next higher class on disposal of their cases of the use of unfair means by the provisions of O.152. Applicants seeking admission in PG programmes have to submit their revised result before the last day fixed for the admission.
18. Students who, even though, they had the required attendance could not appear at the examination owing to their hospitalization / illness may be admitted on production of medical certificate of their sickness and hospitalization. Such a certificate must have been submitted before the end of the examination.
19. Admission of in-service Candidates: In-service candidates may be allowed admission to the various courses under the Faculties of Arts, Law, Science and Commerce on production of a 'No Objection-Cum-Character Certificate' from their employers, without which their applications will not be considered. 'In-service candidates' refers to employees of Central or State Government, Statutory bodies, Govt. Controlled Undertakings, Banks and employees of Govt. recognised and aided colleges, institutions and registered firms. But such students are also required to appear in entrance test.
20. Admission of Candidates from other Universities: A student migrating from a University shall not be admitted to any year of the course other than the first except as otherwise provided for in the University Ordinances and such a student shall be required, by the concerned Head, to obtain an 'Eligibility Certificate' from the University. Application for such a certificate accompanied by a fee of Rs.75/- and necessary qualifying certificate shall be made to the Registrar through the Head of the concerned department to which he/she is seeking admission on the printed form (obtainable from the concerned Department) by the last date fixed for admission (Ordinance 86).
21. Special rules for admission of International Students are given separately in this prospectus.
22. Non-eligibility: The following categories of students shall not be eligible for admission:
(a) `Candidates who are declared failed;
(b) Candidates who are bvdetained from appearing at an examination on account of shortage of attendance;
(c) Candidates who did not appear in an examination after filling the examination form and thereby could not pass a class;
(d) `Candidates who were notified as unauthorized occupants of any accommodation in any of the University Hostel by the Chief Warden/Warden concerned in the immediately preceding year. However, a candidate belonging to categories (a) or (b) or (c) above may be admitted to the same class once again if he/she has participated in the Inter-Collegiate Tournaments of the University or Inter-University/ Inter-State/ International Tournaments/ championships during the immediately preceding year and in the case of Inter-Collegiate Tournaments the candidate himself or his/her team should have figured in the first three positions in the tournament. Such a candidate will not be re-admitted to the same class more than once.
(e) (i) Any candidate against whom an F.I.R. has been lodged by the University or any of the Constituent Colleges or any Affiliated College or by any other competent Authority/ Officer of the University/ College shall not be eligible for admission as a regular candidate in any of the Departments of the University/Constituent Colleges/ Affiliated Colleges/ Institutions;
(ii) Any person who has been convicted of criminal offence involving moral turpitude shall not be eligible for admission as a regular student in any of the Departments of the University/ Constituent Colleges/ Affiliated Colleges/ Institutions; and
(iii) Any candidate who has been found guilty in any misbehaviour with any teacher or with any authority/official of the University shall be debarred from seeking admission in any of the Departments of the University/ Constituent Colleges/ Affiliated Colleges/ Institutions.