|Admission will be granted
to individual candidate against application submitted through the
The Candidate will ensure
- Authorized study centre (Permission to counsel for new admissions)
- The study centre is authorized for the stream(s) in which admission is sought
- The prescribed original application form has been used.
- The form has been filled
up legibly in CAPITAL letters.
- Only black and blue ink
has been used to fill up the form.
- No overwriting has been
- No column has been left
- Photocopy of the form
has not been used.
- In case the form has
been downloaded from the university's website the Candidate should ensure that
additional sum of Rs.150 has been added to the total fees being submitted.
- The required eligibility
documents have been attached (Refer the 'Eligibility' section). The University
will issue the Enrolment Number and the Admit card only if the Candidate has
fulfilled the eligibility conditions as per the University's norms.
- If the form has been
submitted without fulfilling the eligibility conditions, apart from rejecting
the form out rightly, the processing fee of Rs.500 will be deducted from the
total amount submitted to the University.
- In case the same form is
re-submitted after the necessary corrections for eligibility then
- A late fee will be charged, as applicable, even if the form is being submitted
before the last date. The Candidate should ensure to add the late fee.
- The Candidate will automatically be considered for admission in the next semester in case the application is received after the last date.
- In case the candidate has sought lateral entry in 3rd semester and found not eligible, he/she would be granted admission in 1st semester (conditions apply) on his/her request.
The form, complete in all respects, may be submitted at the authorized study centre where the admission is sought.
The candidate should
ensure, before submitting the application for admission that the course is
offered by the IASE (the details are available in the prospectus and Website).
The candidate should fulfill the eligibility conditions as laid down in the
prospectus for the said course. Once the form is accepted by the IASE and the
candidate is found eligible, the candidate will receive Enrolment number
and Admit Card. He/she will collect the same from the study centre where he /
she had submitted the application form. Candidate will refer his unique
Enrollment Number and Study Centre Code in all correspondence with the
In case of any discrepancy or any correction required in
any of the documents, candidates / Centre Head should inform the IASE within 7
days from the date of its dispatch for necessary rectification. Request for
change or correction made thereafter will be entertained only on payment of fee
of Rs. 300/- in either case.
Whenever a correction is requested, the application for the same should be forwarded with the photocopy of the document duly corrected in red ink along with the original document un-tampered.
The University is not liable
to refund the fees once the admission-cum-examination form is accepted. No refund is permissble against withdrawal of any application.
In case an application form is rejected on the ground of incomplete information/fee/ineligibility, the fee deposit by the candidate shall be refunded after the deducting processing charges of Rs 500 in each case.
The University does not take any responsibility for postal delays or loss of documents in transit.
To meet the eligibility criteria, the degrees / diplomas / certificates issued by a recognized University / Board / Institution, or concerned Statutory Authority only are accepted.
Photocopies of the documents establishing the eligibility of candidate are required to be submitted duly self attested by the candidate and notarized / attested by a gazetted officer.
The same should be verified, stamped and signed by the Centre Head otherwise university will not be responsible for any error. If a candidate appears in any examination without having proper eligibility at any point of time or without paying the requisite fee, the admission, and the examination(s)
passed by the candidate is / are liable to be cancelled without any liability on the part of IASE and the entire fee paid will be forfeited.
During the process of eligibility verification, if a candidate is found having submitted a forged certificate, not only his / her admission will be cancelled, but the candidate will also be debarred from appearing at any examination of the University. Legal action will also be initiated against such candidates and / or the Head of Centre, as the case may be.
- If any deficiency is found in eligibility or in the information provided in the application form, the University reserves the right to accept or reject any admission.
- If some of the eligibility documents as required by the University are not furnished before the last date but the student is eligible then the form will be automatically processed for the next session.
- If the candidate is found not eligible then the fee will be returned to the study centre after deducting Rs 500 towards processing charges.
The University may call for original documents for verification at any point of time.
LATERAL ENTRY AND CREDIT TRANSFER
Lateral entry shall be allowed only in the programmes where the same is specifically mentioned and original mark
card(s) of previous university or board is/are submitted.
Candidates pursuing programmes from other universities can continue their remaining part of the programme through the study centres of IASE for the next years/semesters as per University rules. The period of study in this University shall not be less than 50% of the total duration of the course.
A candidate, otherwise eligible for the course and interested to take transfer from the other university under this provision, will have to fill up a common application from along with a transfer fee of Rs. 1,000 and other fees as
applicable at the time of submission of application. The candidate will also have to clear a remedial examination, if any, of the paper(s) which is/are not equivalent or covered in the course/syllabus of IASE.
For appearing in unmatched papers, the candidate must fill in and submit a separate/due paper form available on the
IASE website, along with the main application form. He will have to appear for the unmatched paper(s) at remedial
examination, if any, along with the main examination. He will have to pay Rs. 300 per unmatched paper (maximum two papers). He will have to appear for the unmatched paper(s) at remedial examination along with the main
For registration and examination purposes, for the entire course, migration certificates will not be required. In case of credit transfer, migration certificate issued by the concerned university/board with the original mark card(s) is essential.
FEES & MODE OF PAYMENT
A candidate must deposit the form along with complete 100% fee within the last date announced in the University
through study centre.
The candidate shall submit a single demand draft for the total amount shown in the fee statement for the required course as specified in this prospectus.
All payments are to be made only by A/C payee demand drafts in favour of the “Registrar, IASE Deemed University, A/C SC (Study Centre) Code ………….” payable at Sardarshahar.
Demand drafts payable at locations other than Delhi/Sardarshahr shall be charged Rs.1,000 per D.D. Application
form(s) for which payment(s) is/are made by any other mode is liable to be rejected. The University does not accept
cash and will not be responsible for any payment made in cash through any agency.
A candidate’s name, father’s name, course, semester/year should be clearly written at the back of each draft forwarded to the IASE. The purpose of the draft should also be mentioned, for example, ‘Admission fee’/‘Provisional
certificate fee’/‘Due paper fee’/‘Reevaluation fee’/‘Re-registration fee’ or any other fee as applicable.
The fee prescribed is for the current session. The fee may be revised from time to time and the same will be applicable to new and existing candidates.
In such cases, the candidate should submit an application for transfer along with the No Objection Certificate and a
transfer fee of Rs. 500 to the University.
CHANGE OF STUDY CENTRES BY CANDIDATES
Change of study centre is not permissible within the same city/town within a radius of 10 km. However, in exceptional
cases in the beginning of the session, transfer can be considered on merit for which a No Objection Certificate (NOC)
should be obtained from the previous centre. The final decision, in such matters, will be that of the University.
In case the transfer is not permitted, the fee will be refunded. In case the University does not permit the transfer of centre, and the candidate appears for the examination as a candidate of the changed centre, it will be treated as misconduct on the part of the candidate and malpractice on the part of the accepting centre. The result of such a candidate will be withheld and the candidate will not be permitted to appear for the subsequent examination
until a satisfactory explanation is received and the change is regularised.
The medium of the examination will be English/Hindi.
Candidates shall be examined according to the scheme of examinations and syllabus as approved by the University. The University reserves the right to change the course/curriculum whenever deemed necessary.
Examination will be conducted as per the academic calendar. Examination centres are to be established and names of cities of the exam centres will be intimated at appropriated times. The University reserves the right to amend the above.
The examination schedule will be displayed on the University’s website well in advance. The examination schedule and admit cards are dispatched directly to the study centres before the commencement of examination. If a candidate does not receive any information relating to his/her examination, he/she should immediately contact the examination section of the University. In some cases, candidate(s) is/are given provisional roll number(s) as the eligibility documents are either not submitted or are under verification. For candidates appearing for examinations under provisional roll number(s) in such cases, provisional admission will be annulled or cancelled in case of any deficiency found at any stage.
Candidates must carry their admit card to the examination centre without which they shall not be permitted to enter the examination hall.
Examination centres are normally established in places/areas within a radius of 200 km of the study centres.
However, in exceptional circumstances, the University reserves the right to create/change/discontinue the
A student should mention place of examination of his/her choice in the appropriate block at the
However, in genuine cases, request for change of examination city/centre can be considered if the same is submitted at least 20 days before the commencement of the examination along with a processing fee of Rs. 500 by D.D. per candidate. In case the change is not permitted, the fee will be refunded.
time of submission of form. The University will try to create and facilitate students to appear at the examination at
the place of their choice as for as practicable. The University reserves the right to change place of examination
even on a short notice or even during the examination under exceptional or compiling circumstances or to ensure fair
examination. The place of examination once opted will not be changed.
The evaluation system is as follows: a) Internal assessment (continuous evaluation 20%)
b) Practical examination, as prescribed in the syllabus
c) Term end examination (80%)
Continuous evaluation is done through assignments, practical and viva voce with the help of study centres.
INTERNAL & PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT
The performance of the candidate is evaluated based on internal assessment and final examination, independent of
20% of the total performance of the candidate shall be evaluated through internal assessment within a stipulated
period as specified by the University.
The candidate must submit regular assignments for each course, every semester/year to the study centre.
The practical examination (wherever applicable) will be held with the help of respective study centres.
INTERNAL ASSESSMENT FOR PROJECT
Candidates should submit their project/dissertation to the Centre Head along with their full name, programme
title, centre code and enrolment number, latest by the date notified for the purpose.
The Centre Head will decide the date for submission of the project report and project presentation/demonstration.
The project report should be submitted both in hard and soft copies to the University.
The project/dissertation undertaken by a candidate must be his/her original work.
Final examinations are conducted by the University at the end of the semester/year.
Results will be displayed on the website as soon as they are declared (in usual course within two months from last date of examination).
The University reserves the right to withhold result(s) for making an enquiry, as it may deem fit; and to take
appropriate action against the candidate(s) and/or the centre; in case the information furnished by the
candidate and verified by the centre is found to be incorrect/false beyond any reasonable doubt, the university will take appropriate action against one or both.
The University will generally dispatch the mark cards through the respective study centres.
Whenever a correction is requested, the application for the same should be forwarded along with a photocopy of
the document duly corrected in red ink along with the original document, untampered, without which the request
will not be entertained.
Any correction in the mark card should be applied within 15 days of dispatch of the documents, or else a fee Rs. 300
shall be charged for correction per mark card.
A candidate can apply for re-evaluation of his/her answer book(s) in maximum 50% of papers appeared through an
application (available on the website), along with a prescribed fee or Rs. 300 per paper, within 30 days from the date
of declaration of results. The request for re-evaluation of answer book(s) of due paper(s) or backlog paper(s) will not be accepted.
A candidate, who has successfully completed all semesters/years of a course, can apply for the provisional
certificate by submitting the following:
- A prescribed format filled and forwarded to the University (available on the website).
- Photocopies of all mark cards issued by the University.
- In case of lateral entry or credit transfer, the mark cards of the respective university should also be submitted.
- All mark cards forwarded to the University should be self-attested, notarised or attested by the gazetted
officer and verified by the head of the concerned study centre.
- A demand draft of Rs. 300 as fee to be enclosed along with the application.
With an application for issue of duplicate copy of any lost document, a copy of FIR with the concerned Police station or Affidavit duly notarised and a D.D. of Rs. 300 as fee should be submitted.
AWARD OF DEGREES / DIPLOMAS / CERTIFICATES
All degrees, diplomas and certificates will be awarded by the IASE Deemed University.
- In the event of any dispute, the decision of the Vice Chancellor shall be final.
- Candidates are advised to visit the website of the IASE Deemed University from time to time, to keep themselves aware of the latest developments. Information posted on the website will be considered communicated to each of the
- Candidates will strictly abide by the rules and regulations as laid down by the University from time to time.
- Disputes, if any, will be subject to the jurisdiction of the court at Sardarshahr, District Churu, Rajasthan.
- This prospectus is effective from January 1st, 2011, and may be amended from time to time.
- Reproduction/printing of this prospectus is illegal and a cognizable offence.
- The fee prescribed in the prospectus is for the current session from 1st January 2011, which may be revised
from time to time and the same will be applicable to all new and existing students as well.