FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Ques 1. How can I apply for admission to the academic session 2020-21?
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 2. What are the documents required?
Ans. The scanned copies of the following original documents should be ready with
1. Latest Passport Size photograph.
2. Signature on white paper.
3. Class X Detailed Marks Certificate (for boards other than CBSE and Haryana
4. Class XII Detailed Marks Certificate (for boards other than CBSE and Haryana
5. Undergraduate Course Final Year Detailed Marks Certificate if applicable
6. Migration Certificate
7. Caste/Category Certificate (if applicable)
8. BPL Certificate (if applicable)
9. Weightage Certificate (If applicable, such as NCC, NSS, Rural area)
10.Domicile / Bonafide Resident Certificate (if applicable)
11.Gap Year Affidavit (if applicable)
12.Front Page of Bank Account Passbook mentioning the bank details of the
candidate (For scholarship seeking candidates)
Ques 3. What is the minimum age required as on 1st January of the academic year?
Ans. There is no age limit for eligible students.
Ques 4. Are students from outside Haryana eligible to register?
Ans . Yes, students from outside Haryana are also eligible to apply for admission in UG
classes/courses in College affiliated with State Universities. .
Ques 5. How many seats are reserved for outside students?
Ans. Outside students can apply in All India Open Category & 15% of the total seats
are reserved for All India Open Category.
Ques 6. Are Non-Indian students allowed?
Ans. Yes they are allowed. However, a foreign candidate must obtain an Eligibility
Certificate from the concerned State University prior to consideration of his case for
admission. In no case shall the College admit any foreign candidate without Eligibility
Certificate issued by a concerned university , which will be issued by the Registration
Branch of the concerned university.
Ques 7. How are the seats allocated to International students?
Ans. 5% of the seats for all courses are reserved for International students.
Ques 8 : If a candidate applies for both reserved and general categories, which
category shall be considered first?
Ans. A candidate who applies for both reserved and general category will be
considered first in the general category. In case he is not selected in the general
category, he will be considered for the reserved category for which he has applied.
Ques 9: What if a candidate is covered under more than one reserved category?
Ans. If a candidate is covered under more than one reserved category, he/she shall be
required to give his/her preference in respect of categories applied at the time of filling
of the admission form. Preference once given cannot be changed.
Ques 10. What if the student fails to register before the deadline?
Ans. A student may register / apply for online admission even after the deadline. But,
he / she will not be given a place in the merit lists and shall have to compete in the
open online counselling for admissions if seats are available. The student may call on
the Helpdesk toll-free number 1800-137-3735 (9:00AM to 6:00PM - all working days)
or send an email on email@example.com for further information.
Ques 11. I have made an error in my application. Whom should I contact to get it
Ans. Information filled once cannot be changed thereafter.
Ques 12. What to do if any document is rejected / gets objected during verification?
Ans. If a document is rejected due to some reasons during online verification, the
applicant will receive an SMS to re-upload the correct document on the application form
within 48 hours of receiving the SMS. No physical presence of the applicant shall be
required to revise the document.
Ques 13. What is the basis for an admission decision?
Ans. The scanned copies of the original documents submitted by the candidates will be
verified first and then merit lists will be generated. Admissions will be purely based on
Ques 14. 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 as
mentioned in the Online Joint Prospectus.
Ques 15. Can I apply to 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 combinations as he/she wants.
Ques 16. How long will it take to fill the application form?
Ans. The candidate should plan on spending approximately 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. Be careful, no option to make changes
in the form will be available once the application form is submitted successfully.
Ques 17. Is the whole admission process online?
Ans. Yes. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the complete admission process will be
Ques 18. Do I need to submit my documents/mark sheets physically?
Ans. No.Only the scanned copies of the documents will be uploaded along with
admission form. Physical presence of candidate is not required during whole admission
Ques 19. 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 20. Whom do I contact if I am having technical issues with the online
Ans. The Help Desk is available to help applicants troubleshoot any problems with
the online application system. It can be reached via a phone call on the toll- free
number 1800-137-3735 (9:00AM to 6:00PM - all working days) or via email at
Ques 21. My school used CGPA scale. How do I fill in the CGPA section in the
Ans. While filling the online form, the candidate will have to check the box of CGPA in
the qualification tab. This will automatically convert the CGPA scores into percentage.
Ques 22. 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. You can check your application status through the admission portal
using the same or by logging in with the registration ID and password.
Ques 23. Can I migrate from one college/university to the other?
Ans. A student can migrate only from one college to another college if both the
colleges fall under the same university. Migration from one university to another
university is not allowed.
Ques 24. What is the migration process?
Ans. Please refer to the prospectus of concerned university for migration process.
Ques 25. Do I have to submit the photocopies of my original documents to the
college also where I get admission?
Ans. No, as the whole admission process is online for the current session, the
candidate just has to upload the scanned copies of the original documents. No physical
submission of documents at college is required.
Ques 26. Can I edit my application form after I submit it?
Ans. No, you cannot edit your application once you submit it. In case of any objection
on the documents during verification, the student will receive an SMS regarding the
objection and shall be given a time frame of 48 hours to re-upload the scanned copy of
the correct original document.
Ques 27. I have submitted my application. When can I expect to obtain an
Ans. After the online form registration process is complete, the document verification
process will be done post which the First Merit list and thereafter Second Merit list will
be displayed online as per schedule notified.
Ques 28. How does the waiting process work?
Ans. After the First and the Second Merit list, if seats are still vacant, late admission
will be allowed through online open counselling on merit basis with late fee.
Ques 29. I missed my deadline to pay and my acceptance is expired. Can I still be
placed back in the course?
Ans. If you have missed the deadline to pay, and you still wish to pay and enroll,
please call on the toll free numbers 1800-137-3735 (9:00AM to 6:00PM, all working
days). Offers are reinstated and late payments may be accepted in case if there is any
vacant seat in the concerned courses.
Ques 30. Is it important to have a Caste or Tribe certificate in the name of a
Ans: Yes, if the candidate is applying under any reserved category (SC/ST/OBC/PH),
then, he/she must upload the scanned copy of Caste/Tribe/PwD certificate. The
certificate must be signed by any competent authority. Moreover, the certificates should
be in the name of the candidate only. The OBC certificate must also specify that the
candidate belongs to the non- creamy layer (NCL) and that the caste is listed in the
Central Government list.
Ques 31. 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: Sometimes, it takes time for the amount to be transferred to the University's
account (i.e. realization of fee payment). If the candidate’s payment is not realized for
more than two days, then he/she may send an email to the technical query mail-desk
mentioning all the details of the transaction. Such types of queries will be taken up for
resolving after the closing date of online registration process.