FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Ques. How can I apply for admission to the academic session 2021-22?
Ans. Any candidate who desires to seek admission to UG courses in the colleges affiliated to state universities of Haryana can click on dheadmissions.nic.in to access the portal for registration and login to fill the admission form. The online portal shall direct the candidate to an integrated admission form.

Ques. What is significance of PPP?
Ans: Parivar Pehchaan Patra (PPP) shall be required for registration towards admission for Haryana residents.

Ques. What are the documents required?
Ans. List of Documents to be uploaded online by the applicant:
• Scanned copy of Passport size photograph
• Scanned copy of signature
• 10th Marksheet
• 12th Marksheet, wherever applicable
• Migration Certificate (required in case of other than Haryana School Education Board)
• Character Certificate
• NCC ‘B’ Certificate, if applicable
• Bharat Scouts & Guides Certificate awarded by the President of India, if applicable
• Sports Certificate for weightage, if applicable, will only be considered, if the candidate produces the State/National position holder certificate from the respective State Government/Sports Department. In case, any state does not issue the Gradation Certificate, the following criteria will be adopted:
a) In case of International/National participation or State Position Holder, a certificate of authenticity will be required from the concerned National Federation/State Association.
b) The game/event must be in the scheduled list of the Association of Indian University Sports Calendar.
c) The tournament must be organised by a recognised Federation/Association duly affiliated with State Olympic Association/ Indian Olympic Association and Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports.
No weightage will be given for participating/winning positions in the sports and games organised by Nehru Yuva Kendra,/CBSE National, Vidya Bharti Nationals/ Rural Tournaments/ PanchayatTournaments/ Navodaya Nationals and participation in non-recognised tournaments/ sports festivals.
• Bonafide Resident of Haryana Certificate, if applicable
• Reserved Category Certificate, if applicable
• Income Certificate required for claiming benefits under various categories viz. EWS/SC/BC etc., if applicable
• Gap Year Undertaking/Affidavit, if applicable

Ques. What is the minimum age required as on 1st January of the academic year? 
Ans. There is no age limit for eligible students.

Ques. Are students from outside Haryana eligible to register?
Ans. Yes, students from outside Haryana are also eligible to apply for admission in various courses running at different colleges as per affiliating university/state government norms.

Ques. Outside Haryana students can compete in how many seats?
Ans. Outside students can compete within 15% seats under All India Quota.

Ques. Are Non-Indian students allowed?
Ans. Yes, they are allowed subject to fulfilment of norms of college/affiliating university/state government norms. Students can contact with the college where they are seeking admission.

Ques: If a candidate applies within reserved category, then under which category he shall be considered first during generation of merit lists?
Ans. A candidate who applies within reserved, he will be considered first in the general category. In case, he is not selected in the general category, then he will be considered for the reserved category for which he has applied.

Ques: What if a candidate is covered under more than one reserved category/subcategory?
Ans. If a candidate is covered under more than one reserved category/subcategory, he will be considered first in the general category. In case, he is not selected in the general category, then he will be considered for the reserved category/subcategory as per State Reservation Policy.

Ques. What if the student fails to register before the deadline?
Ans. A student may register / apply for online admission even after the deadline during open counselling only for the leftover seats.

Ques. I have made an error in my application. Whom should I contact to get it changed?
Ans. You can edit your application only once before last date using one time OTP option within your login.

Ques. Is it important to have a Caste certificate?
Ans: Yes, if the candidate wants to take benefits of reservation & other financial benefits, if any, then he must have valid certificate issued by the competent authority.

Ques. What to do if any document is rejected/gets objected during Online Verification?
Ans. If a document is rejected due to some reasons during Online Verification by the colleges, the applicant will receive an SMS to make necessary corrections from the students login.

Ques. What is the basis for admission in the college?
Ans. Application submitted by the candidates will be verified first followed by generation of merit list. Admissions will be on the basis of merit.

Ques. How long will it take to fill the application form?
Ans. The candidate should plan on spending approximately 20-30 minutes to finish and review the form. He must have the scanned copies of all the required documents available to him at the time of filling of the form.

Ques. My result has been declared, but I do not have my mark sheet. What document should I upload?
Ans. At the time of filling the form, the candidate can upload the online result declared by the concerned board.

Ques. Whom do I contact if I am having technical issues with the online application system?
Ans. The Help Desk is available. You can email your issue at admissions2021@highereduhry.com

Ques. My school used CGPA scale. How do I fill in the CGPA section in the online application?
Ans. The provision of entering CGPA has been provided in the online registration form.

Ques. How can I check the status of my application?
Ans. Once you successfully register yourself on the online portal, you will be allotted a registration number/password. You can check your application status by login at online admission portal using your registration ID and password.

Ques. Can I apply in several courses at a time?
Ans. Yes, a candidate can apply for multiple courses at a time. One can choose up to five colleges and up to five courses in each college. The candidate can further select a minimum of one and up to as many Subject Combinations as he/she wants. But the candidate should choose maximum number of subject combinations in order to maximize the chances of their admission.

Ques. Why should an applicant choose maximum number of courses/subject combinations whiling filling up online application form for UG admission.
Ans. In order to maximize the chances of getting admission, the applicant should choose maximum number of courses/subject combinations. Sometimes, in-spite of having high percentage in qualifying examination, the applicant is not offered a seat in merit lists on account of high cut-off percentage w.r.t the subject combinations chosen by the applicant. The reason is that the applicant might have filled up less number of subject combinations and his/her percentage stands low in comparison to cut-off percentage of the subject combination desired by the applicant.

Ques. What is the general process of generation of merit list.
Ans: Merit lists shall be prepared after considering marks of best five subjects in the qualifying examination including weightage and as per State Reservation Policy.

Ques. How First Merit List is Generated?
Ans. First Merit List will be generated course wise in the system based on the seat matrix (i.e. reservation breakup of the course seats) for the applicants who have applied online before the deadline and whose online document verification is completed. The various scenarios under First Merit List may be as follows:
In case of courses having subject combinations (S1, S2, S3, S4, etc.), and if an applicant has applied for different combinations under the same course and suppose his preference is according to order S2, S1, S3. Subsequently, depending upon the seats availability, he will be allocated seat in only one subject combination depending on his rank and order of subject combination seat availability. For example, first check seat availability in S2, then in S1 and then in S3.
If an applicant has applied for the same course in three colleges (A, B, C) and suppose his preference is according to order B, C, A. Subsequently, depending upon the seats availability, he will be allocated seat in only one of the colleges in the same order B, C, A depending on his rank.
If an applicant has applied for the different courses (C1, C2, C3) in the same college and suppose his preference is according to order C2, C1, C3. Subsequently, depending upon the seats availability, he will be offered seats in all the courses subject to the availability of seats in the courses and his rank in the merit.
If an applicant has applied for the different courses (C1, C2, C3) in different colleges (A, B, C) and suppose his preference is according to order C2-C, C1-A, C2-B, C3-B, C3-A. Subsequently, depending upon the seats availability, he will be offered seats in all distinct courses subject to the availability of seats in the courses and his rank in the merit.
If any situation having mixing of above scenario’s pop up, the situation will be handled accordingly.
In addition, provision of "Defer" the allotted seat by the applicant in the 1st Merit List for reconsideration in 2nd Merit List will be provided subject to the condition that the applicant did not get his first choice in 1st merit list.

Ques. Few applicants claim that they are having high percentage in qualifying examination but still they did not get seat in a course having subject combinations. Comment.
Ans. Sometimes, in-spite of having high percentage in qualifying examination, the applicant is not offered a seat in merit lists on account of high cut-off percentage w.r.t the subject combinations chosen by the applicant. The reason is that the applicant might have filled up less number of subject combinations and his/her percentage stands low in comparison to cut-off percentage of the subject combination desired by the applicant. Therefore, all the applicants are advised to fill-up maximum number of courses/subject combinations while filling-up the application form in order to maximize the chances of getting admission.

Ques. What is the purpose of ‘Defer Seat’.
Ans. Provision of defer seat is available to those applicants who did not get seat of his first choice/preference in the First Merit List. If a student defers seat, he/she will compete towards second merit list subject to his/her eligibility.

Ques. Is there any provision of financial assistance for the needy students?
Ans. For the purpose of financial assistance, various programs and scholarship schemes are available and desiring/needy students can go through these schemes on highereduhry.ac.in or contact with college.

Ques. How Second Merit List is Generated?
Ans. Second merit list will be generated on the same pattern of first merit list for the applicants who have not been offered any course in the first merit list and for the applicants who used the DEFER option during the First Merit list.

Ques. Whether the initial percentage of second merit list shall be less than the cut-off percentage of first merit list for UG admissions.
Ans. Not necessary as such candidates shall also compete in second merit list who have deferred seat in first merit list or who are having high percentage but not got seat in first merit list on account of filling-up of less number of courses/subject combinations or who are having some other genuine reasons.

Ques. I missed my deadline to pay and my acceptance is expired. Can I still be placed back in the course?
Ans. Sorry, you missed the chance of getting that seat but you can try for admission during open counselling only subject to availability of seats.

Ques. Can I migrate from one college/university to the other?
Ans. Migration shall be as per affiliating university norms. Please contact with affiliating university.

Ques. Can I edit my application form after I submit it?
Ans. You can edit your application only once before last date using one time OTP option within your login.

Ques. I have submitted my application. When can I expect to obtain an admission?
Ans. Admission is on the basis of merit. Please refer to admission schedule displayed on the online admission portal to know exact dates.

Ques. How does the waiting process work?
Ans. After the First and the Second Merit list, if seats still remain vacant, the admissions will be allowed through Open/Physical counselling on merit basis.

Ques. During the online payment, the amount has been deducted from my account but the status is still showing 'pending' on the UG admission portal.
Ans: Please contact with helpdesk.

Ques. How much is the maximum weightage.
Ans: 10 Marks

Ques. What is fees structure of a particular course in a particular college.
Ans: The facility to check fee structure of a particular course in a particular college is available under the menus available on online admission portal i.e. Search College/Course tab.

Ques. What is the process of admission fee payment w r.t students whose name appears in merit list.
Ans: Two payment options are there for submission of fee w r.t students whose name appears in merit list:
a) Online Mode
 For Government colleges, student has to make full payment through any credit/debit card or Internet Banking through student login.
 For Aided/Self-Financing colleges, student has to make full payment/part payment through any credit, debit card or Internet Banking through student login. Part payment can be made in two or three instalments (40:60, 30:30:40).
Provision of DEFER SEAT is available for those students who did not get seat of his first choice/preference in first merit list. If student defers seat, he/she will be considered towards second merit list.
b) Offline/Cash Mode
 For Government colleges, student has to make full payment in cash at college counter.
 For Aided/Self-Financing colleges, student has to make full payment/part payment in cash at college counter.

Ques. How reservation policy is applied during admissions.
Ans: State reservation policy is implemented in letter and spirit. However, it is clarified that reservation policy shall be applied on total number of seats within a course, not on the subject combinations seats within a course.

Ques. What is the process to fill sports seats.
Ans: The process of filling Sports Seats, if applicable, shall be ensured by the Colleges only during open counselling as per affiliating University/State Government norms.

Ques. What is the process of refund to students.
Ans: Refund, if any, to the students shall be ensured by the Colleges as per affiliating University/State Government norms. The college is also authorized to take the short payment, if any, from the student at later stage as per norms.

Ques. Is there any late fee during open counselling.
Ans: No late fee will be charged from the applicants admitted through Open Counselling during the session 2021-22 due to Covid-19 pandemic situation.

Ques. Is registration on online admission portal is mandatory.
Ans: Registration on Online Admission Portal is mandatory for admission seekers except for minority colleges. In no circumstances, admission without registration on portal shall be allowed except for minority colleges.

Ques. Whether my admission is provisional or permanent?
Ans: The students will be initially given provisional admission only, subject to the verification of their documents by the College/Affiliating University. In case of any discrepancy, the college is authorized to cancel the provisional admission of the student or change his/her stream/subjects subject to availability of seats & his/her willingness.

Ques. Which type of sports certificate is valid for claim of weightage.
Ans: Sports Certificate for weightage, if applicable, will only be considered, if the candidate produces the State/National position holder certificate from the respective State Government/Sports Department. In case, any state does not issue the Gradation Certificate, the following criteria will be adopted:
a) In case of International/National participation or State Position Holder, a certificate of authenticity will be required from the concerned National Federation/State Association.
b) The game/event must be in the scheduled list of the Association of Indian University Sports Calendar.
c) The tournament must be organised by a recognised Federation/Association duly affiliated with State Olympic Association/ Indian Olympic Association and Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports.
No weightage will be given for participating/winning positions in the sports and games organised by Nehru Yuva Kendra,/CBSE National, Vidya Bharti Nationals/ Rural Tournaments/ Panchayat Tournaments/ Navodaya Nationals and participation in non-recognised tournaments/ sports festivals.

Ques. Where can you raise the queries regarding admissions.
Ans: Queries regarding admissions, if any, be raised at e-mail id: admissions2021@highereduhry.com (Helpdesk)
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