GNDU Admission 2019
Vishwas Garia, 17 Jul 2019, #GNDU

GNDU Admission 2019 - Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar has started declaring the result of GNDU 2019 admission for UG and PG courses from June 28, 2019 in the online mode. GNDU result 2019 is released in the form of a merit list along with the counselling schedule. The counselling of GNDU 2019 has started from July 9. GNDU 2019 admission process for various undergraduate, postgraduate, diploma and certificate courses started from June 26, 2019 onwards. The application process of GNDU 2019 admission will continue until July 22, 2019. However, the closing and ending dates of application will vary as per different courses. To fill the application form, candidates will have to click on the official link and sign up, following which their login credentials will be generated. Using these credentials, candidates will have to fill the application form. The mode of application fee payment will be both offline and online and applicants can choose any of the available options to remit the fees. GNDU 2019 admission will take place with the help of an entrance test which will take place from June 28 to July 23.The dates for the entrance test will vary as per different courses.The university has started publishing results in the online mode after the end of examinations mentioning the marks and ranks secured by each of the candidate in the entrance test. Based on these scores and ranks, the university will invite qualified students for counselling which they will have to compulsorily attend to secure their admission in GNDU 2019. Every year Guru Nanak Dev University conducts admission processes for candidates who seek admissions into its courses.

For more information related to admission to GNDU 2019 like important dates, application process, admit card, exam pattern and syllabus, counselling, answers to frequently asked questions, etc., candidates can read further.

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GNDU Admission 2019 - A Brief Overview

Name of the university

Guru Nanak Dev University

Name of the admission process

GNDU Admission 2019

Mode of admission

Entrance examination and interview

Mode of application

Online

Courses covered

Undergraduate

Mode of entrance examination

Offline

Mode of study

Regular

GNDU Result 2019 - Declared!

Courses

ResultsCut Offs and First Counselling Schedule

MCA/ M.Com (FYIC)/ B.Com Hons./ B.Sc Hons. Economics

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M.Com

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MPT (Sports Physiotherapy)

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M.Sc Physics

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M.Sc Mathematics

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B.Sc Hons Botany, M.Sc Chemistry, B.Sc Agriculture Hons, M.Sc Human Genetics, B.Sc Medical Lab Technology, M.Sc Physics, M.Sc Zoology

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M.Sc Mathematics (FYIC)


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M.Sc Food and TechnologyClick here
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BA Hons Journalism and Mass Communication.Click here
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M.Sc ChemistryClick here
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MCA (TYC)Click here
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M.A HistoryClick here

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M.A SociologyClick here
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M.Sc Molecular Biology and BiochemistryClick here
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B.A Hons. Social SciencesClick here
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M.Sc BotanyClick here
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M.A Political ScienceClick here
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M.Sc Human GeneticsClick here
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M.Sc BiotechnologyClick here
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M.A Religious StudiesClick here
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M.Sc MicrobiologyClick here
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M.A English
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M.Sc Environmental Science
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M.A Hindi
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M.Plan(Urban, Infrastructure and Transport)Click here
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MA PunjabiClick here
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BA Hons PunjabiClick here
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M.Sc ZoologyClick here

MA PsychologyClick here

M.A South AsiaClick here
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M.Sc Molecular Biology and BiochemistryClick here
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M.Sc MicrobiologyClick here

Important Dates of GNDU 2019 Admission

Candidates can refer to the given table to know the important events related to admission to GNDU 2019 and their respective dates. It is necessary for candidates to know application, exam, counselling, etc. dates, as skipping out on these dates will cost candidates’ admissions into the university.


GNDU Admission 2019 - Important Dates


S.no.

Events

Dates

1.

Application starts

June 3, 2019 - B.Sc Hons. Economics

June 4, 2019 - B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Hons. Botany, B.A Hons. Journalism and Mass Communication, B.Sc Medical Lab Technology, B.A Hons. Social Sciences

June 5, 2019 - M.A Education, M.Ed, M.A English, M.Sc Food Technology, M.A Russian, M.A Philosophy, M.A Hindi, M.A History, B. Library and Information Science, M. Library and Information Science, MPA (Music Vocal), MPA(Music Instrumental, M.Sc Sports Nutrition, M.A Political Science, M.A Psychology, M.A Sanskrit, M.A Sociology, M.A Persian, M.Com


June 6, 2019

PG Courses - M.Sc Biotechnology, M.Sc Botany, M.Sc Environmental Science, M.Sc Chemistry, M.Sc Applied Chemistry, M.Sc Zoology, M.Sc Physics, M.Sc Human Genetics, M.Sc Mathematics, M.Sc Microbiology, M.Sc Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, M.SC Economics, Master of Physiotherapy (Orthopaedic), MBA, MBA (Five Year Integrated), M.Arch Urban Design


UG Courses - Bachelor of Physiotherapy, B.Pharma, B.Arch, B.Tech, BHMCT, BA LLB, B.Tech Lateral Entry

2

Application ends

June 21, 2019 - B.Sc Hons. Economics

June 25, 2019 - B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Hons. Botany, B.A Hons. Journalism and Mass Communication, B.Sc Medical Lab Technology, B.A Hons. Social Sciences

July 1, 2019 - M.Sc Biotechnology, M.Sc Botany, M.Sc Environmental Science, M.Sc Chemistry, M.Sc Applied Chemistry, M.A English, M.Sc Food Technology, M.A Russian, M.A Philosophy, M.A Hindi, M.A History, M.Sc Human Genetics, B. Library and Information Science, M. Library and Information Science, M.Sc Mathematics,M.Sc Microbiology, M.Sc Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, MPA (Music Vocal), MPA(Music Instrumental), M.Sc Sports Nutrition, M.Sc Physics, M.A Political Science, M.A Psychology,M.A Sanskrit, M.A Sociology, M.A Persian, M.Com,M.Sc Zoology

July 22, 2019 - M.A Education, M.Ed

July 4, 2019 - M.Sc Mathematics(11am - 12:30pm)

3


Entrance examination

June 26, 2019 - B.Sc Hons. Economics(10am - 12pm)

July 4, 2019 - M.Sc Sports Nutrition(1:30pm - 2;30pm), M.Sc Physics(2pm - 3:30pm), M.Com(10am - 11:30am)

July 5, 2019 - B.Sc Agriculture(10 AM onwards), B.Sc Hons. Botany(10am onwards), B.Sc Medical Lab Technology(10am onwards)

July 11, 2019 - M.Sc Biotechnology(12:45 pm - 1:45 pm), M.Sc Botany(9am - 10am), M.Sc Environmental Science(4:30pm - 5:30pm), M.A Philosophy(2:30pm - 4pm), M.Sc Human Genetics(11:30am - 12:30pm), M.Sc Microbiology(2pm - 3pm), M.Sc Molecular Biology and Biochemistry(10:15am - 11:15am)M.Sc Microbiology, M.Sc Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, M.A Psychology(12pm - 2pm), M.A Sanskrit(12pm - 1:30pm), M.A Persian(12pm - 1:30pm), M.Sc Zoology(3:15pm - 4:15pm)

July 8, 2019 - M.Sc Chemistry (10am - 11:30am), M.Sc Applied Chemistry(10am - 11:30am), M.Sc Food Technology(10am - 11:30am), M.A History(10am - 11am), B. Library and Information Science(10am - 11am), M. Library and Information Science(12pm - 1pm)

July 9, 2019 - B.A Hons. Journalism and Mass Communication(10am - 12pm), MPA (Music Vocal)(10am - 1pm), MPA(Music Instrumental)(10am - 1pm), M.A Political Science(12:30pm - 2:30pm), B.A Hons. Social Sciences(10am - 12pm)

July 23, 2019 - M.A Education (10am - 11am)

To Be Notified soon - M.Ed

July 10, 2019 - M.A English(11am - 1pm), M.A Russian(10 am - 11:30am), M.A Hindi(11am - 12:30pm), M.A Sociology(10am - 12pm)

July 5, 2019 - M.Sc Sports Nutrition

July 9, 2019 - B.A Hons. Social Sciences

4.ResultsJune 28 - MCA/ MBA, B.Com Hons., B.Sc Hons. Economics, BHMCT, BTTM
July 4 - M.Com
July 5 - MPT (Sports Physiotherapy), M.Sc (Physics, Mathematics)
July 6 - B.Sc Hons Botany, M.Sc Chemistry, B.Sc Agriculture Hons, M.Sc Human Genetics, B.Sc Medical Lab Technology, M.Sc Physics, M.Sc Zoology, M.Sc Mathematics (FYIC)
July 9 -M.Lib, B.Lib, M.Sc (Food Technology, Chemistry
July 10 - MCA (TYC), BPT, B.A Hons. Journalism and Mass Communication, M.A History, MPA Vocal, MPA Musical Instrumental
July 11 - M.A Sociology, LLM. M.Sc Botany, BA Hons. Social Sciences, M.Sc Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
July 12 - M.A Hindi, M.A English, M.Sc Environmental Science, M.A Religious Studies, M.Sc Microbiology, M.Sc Biotechnology, MA Political Science, M.Sc Human Genetics, MA South Asia, M.Sc Zoology, MA Psychology, BA Hons School Punjabi, MA Punjabi, B Pan (Urban and Regional), M.Plan
July 16 - M.Sc Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, M.Sc Microbiology

5.

Counselling

July 9 to July 12, 2019 - B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Hons. Botany, B.Sc Medical Lab Technology

July 9 to July 13, 2019 - B.Sc Hons. Economics

July 12, 2019 - B. Library and Information Science, M. Library and Information Science, MPA (Music Vocal), MPA(Music Instrumental), M.A Sociology

July 13, 2019 - M.Sc Biotechnology, M.Sc Botany, M.Sc Environmental Science,M.Sc Chemistry

July 15, 2019 - M.Sc Applied Chemistry, M.A Russian, M.A Philosophy, M.A Hindi, M.A History, M.Sc Human Genetics, B.A Hons. Journalism and Mass Communication, M.Sc Microbiology, M.Sc Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, M.A Political Science, M.A Psychology, M.A Sanskrit, M.A Persian, M.Sc Zoology

July 16 to July 17, 2019 - M.Com

July 17, 2019 - M.Sc Physics, M.Sc Chemistry

July 18, 2019 - M.Sc Mathematics

July 23, 2019 - M.A Education

July 26, 2019 - M.Ed

July 16, 2019 - M.A English

July 13 to July 15, 2019 - M.Sc Food Technology


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GNDU 2019 Admission - Courses offered

Following is the list of undergraduate courses offered by the university. Candidates can apply for any of these courses for admission to GNDU 2019.


GNDU Admission 2019 - Undergraduate Courses

S.No.

Courses

1

B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics/Botany

2

B.Sc. in Medical Lab Technology (MLT)

3

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)

4

Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm.)

5

Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.)

6

Bachelor of Planning (B.Plan.) (Urban & Regional)

7

Bachelor of Hotel Management & Catering Technology (BHMCT)

8

B.Sc. (Hons. School) in Chemistry/Human
Genetics/Physics/Economics

9

Bachelor of Library & Information Sciences
(B.Lib.I.Sc.)

10

Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd).

11

Bachelor of Physical Education & Sports (BPES)

12

B.A. (Hons.) in Social Sciences

13

B.A. (Hons. School) in Punjabi

GNDU 2019 Admission - Eligibility Criteria

Given below are the eligibility criteria for undergraduate courses which candidates need to fulfil to be considered for admission to GNDU 2019. Before proceeding with the application form of the university, candidates should go through GNDU eligibility criteria and ensure that they fulfil them. Non-compliance with the eligibility requirements will lead to cancellation of applicant’s candidature.


B.Lib. & Inf. Sc

To be eligible, candidates require a bachelor's /master's degree in any subject with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks for the General category and 45% for SC/ST in aggregate. OR any other equivalent examination.


B.A.(Hons.) Social Sciences

Candidates need to have cleared their senior secondary examination (12th Grade with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks for the general category and 45% for SC/ST at the time of application. OR any other equivalent examination.


B.Sc. (Hons.School)

Candidates need to have cleared senior secondary examination (12th grade) with at minimum aggregate of 50% for the General category candidate and 45% for SC/ST category candidates. OR any other equivalent examination.


BHMCT/BTTM

To be eligible, candidates need to have cleared senior secondary examination (12th grade) with a minimum aggregate of 50% for the General category candidates and 45% for SC/ST candidates. OR any other equivalent examination.


B.A. in Punjabi

Candidates should have passed their Senior Secondary Examination (12th Grade) with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks(45% for SC/ST) and 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) separately in Punjabi as a subject. OR any equivalent examination.


B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany

To be eligible, candidates should have cleared the Senior Secondary Examination (12th grade) in medical stream with a minimum aggregate of 50% for the General category and 45% for the SC/ST categories. OR any other equivalent examination.


B.Sc. (Hons. School)

Candidates need to have cleared their Senior Secondary Examination (12th grade) in Medical Stream with a minimum aggregate of 50% for the General category and 45% for the SC/ST categories Or any other equivalent examination.

B.Sc. Medical Lab Technology

Senior Secondary Examination (12th grade) with Biology at least 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in aggregate. OR Any other examination recognized equivalent thereto


B. Pharm Pharmacy

To be eligible, applicants need to have cleared their 10+2 examination with a minimum of 50% Marks for General category candidates and 45% for SC/ST category candidates conducted by the respective state/central government authorities recognized equivalent to 10+2 examination by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with English as one of the subjects and Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (P.C.M) and/or Biology (P.C.B /P.C.M.B.) as optional subjects individually. OR candidates with any other qualification recognised by the Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to the above will also be eligible to apply.


Bachelor of Physical Education and Sports (B.P.E.S.)

Candidates need a minimum of 50% marks in senior secondary examination (10+2) or its equivalent (recognized by the university) are eligible for admission. Position holders (1st, 2nd& 3rd) in State Level Sports/Games and those who have participated in the National level Sports/Games competitions recognized by the Indian Olympic Association should have scored a minimum aggregate of 45% in the senior secondary level examination. Every candidate will have to appear for a physical fitness test. Candidate failing in physical fitness test will not be considered for admissions into the university. The qualifying marks for physical fitness test is 50%.


Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed)

Candidates need to have a Bachelor's degree in any discipline with 50% marks and should have participated in the Inter-College/ Inter-Zonal/ District School Competition in Sports and games as recognized by AIU/IOA/SGFI/Govt. of INDIA. Or

Candidates with a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education with at least 45% marks will also be eligible. OR

Candidates with a Bachelor's Degree with 45% marks and having studied physical education as compulsory/elective subject will be eligible. Or

Candidates need a Bachelor's degree with 45% marks and should have participated in National/Inter University/State Competitions or Secured 1st, 2nd or 3rd Position in Inter College/Inter Zonal/ District/ School Competition in Sports and games as recognized by AIU/IOA/SGFI/Govt. of INDIA. OR

Candidates with a Bachelor's Degree with participation in international competitions or secured 1st, 2nd or 3rd position in national/Inter University competition in sports and games recognized by respective federations/ AIU/IOA/SGFI/Govt. of INDIA will be considered eligible.

Or Candidates who have graduated with 45% marks and have at least 3 years of teaching experience(for deputed in service candidates i.e. trained physical education teachers/coaches) will be eligible. Each candidate will have to qualify a compulsory Physical Fitness Test.


B.Planning (Urban and Regional)

To be eligible, candidates should have cleared the Senior Secondary Examination (12th grade) with Mathematics and English as subjects with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in aggregate and 45% for SC/ST category OR Candidates with a 10+3 Diploma in any stream which includes Mathematics and English and that is recognized by Central/State Government with a minimum aggregate of 50% for General category and 45% for SC/ST categories marks in aggregate. OR any other equivalent examination.


B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry

Candidates need to clear senior secondary examination (12th grade) in any science subject with a minimum aggregate of 50% for General candidates and 45% for SC/ST candidates or any equivalent examination.


B.Sc. Mathematics

To be eligible, candidates who have passed Senior Secondary Certificate (10+2) examination with a minimum aggregate of 50% for the General category and 45% for SC/ST categories from Punjab School Education Board with Mathematics as one of the Elective Subjects. or Any other examination with a minimum aggregate of 50% for the General category candidate and (45% for SC/ST recognized equivalent to the aforementioned examination by Guru Nanak Dev University with Mathematics as one of the elective subjects.

B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics

Candidates should have cleared a Senior Secondary Examination (12th grade) in any science subject with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks for the General category candidates and 45% for SC/ST Or any other equivalent examination.

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)

Candidates should have finished their Senior Secondary Examination (12th grade) with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks for the General category candidates 45% for SC/ST category candidates OR any other equivalent examination.


GNDU Admission 2019 - Application Form

Candidates seeking admission into GNDU have to fill the application form. The application form of GNDU 2019 has been released in online mode from June 3, 2019. The application process will end in July 22, 2019. The mode of application fee will be both online and offline.

To fill the application form for GNDU 2019 admission, candidates need to follow the given steps.

  • Firstly, candidates will have to click on the official link to fill the application form.

  • To register, candidates will be required to fill basic details like name of the candidate, mobile number, parents’ names, parents’ contact numbers, etc. After submitting these details, candidates will be provided with login credentials - login ID and password. Candidates must retain these credentials until admission.

  • After the sign up process is complete, candidates will be sent an email from the university consisting of the link using which they can sign in.

  • Candidates will have to login after clicking on the link with the help of login ID and password.

  • After signing in, candidates will have to register themselves to apply for the course of their choice.

  • In the registration page, they will have to enter their category. If candidates wish to apply through multiple categories, they can do so by filling multiple application forms for the same course. One should be careful while filling the category in the application form, since it cannot be edited after the form is submitted for final.

  • Now comes the fee remittance step. Candidates will have the option of filling the form either through online or offline mode. In offline mode, candidates can remit the application fees with the help of any branch of HDFC Bank or through cash at university counters. Candidates can also make the payment of application fee in online mode either by credit card, debit card or net banking.Following is the application fee breakup -

GNDU Application Form 2019 - Fee Structure

Categories

Single Course

Two CoursesMore than Two Courses

General

Rs. 1200

Rs. 1400


Rs. 1500

SC/ST

Rs. 600

Rs. 700


Rs. 750



GNDU Application Fee 2019 - B.Tech/ B.Arch

B.Tech(Through JEE Main)Rs. 2000
B.Arch (Through NATA)Rs. 2000
  • It will take two to three days to confirm the registration fees. Upon confirmation of the payment fees, the registration process will be complete. Now candidates can start filling the application form and provide all correct details.

  • After filling the application form, candidates should download the completely filled application form, take its print out, and retain it till the time of admission. Candidates who will be selected for admission to GNDU 2019 will have to furnish the hard copy of the application form to the university on the day of counselling.

GNDU Admission 2019 - Preparation Tips

Given below are a few preparation tips which will help candidates to prepare for the entrance examination. By following these steps, candidates are sure to get a decent score in entrance tests and heighten their chances of securing GNDU 2019 admission.

  • Firstly, candidates are advised to check the exam pattern for the subject they are appearing, They should familiarize themselves with the structure and contents of the question paper, so that they have an idea as to what exactly they have to tackle in the exam.

  • After analyzing the exam pattern, candidates should now go through the syllabus. Candidates should start collecting relevant material on each of the topics mentioned in the syllabus and start preparing early.

  • In the aforementioned exam pattern, candidates can also find some sample questions. In order to execute practically whatever they have learnt, it is important that they go through these questions. In this way, they will also get an idea of the type of questions which will be asked in the entrance examination.

  • To pin down the vast syllabus in a limited period of time, candidates can make a time-table and assign time slots for specific topics. If one sticks to the time table and manages to finish the topics assigned for each day on a consistent basis, one will be able to finish the syllabus for admission to GNDU 2019 within no time!

GNDU Admission 2019 - Admit Card

Candidates who have successfully submitted the application form and paid the registration fees will be able to download the admit card. The university will release admit cards in online mode for entrance examination for undergraduate courses. It is important for candidates to carry their admit cards along with a valid identity proof to the examination hall, else they will be barred from writing the examination. Candidates need to bring their admit cards on the day of counselling too.

Following are the steps on how candidates can download GNDU admit card.

  • Firstly, candidates will have to click on the official link.

  • Upon clicking on the official link, candidates will be required to sign in using the login credentials which were generated after the sign up process - login ID and password.

  • Candidates’ admit cards will appear on their screens.

  • Candidates should now download the admit card and take a few printouts of it.

  • It is advised that candidates retain the admit cards till the time of admission.

Details mentioned on GNDU Admit Card

  • Name of the candidate

  • Date, time, and venue of the examination

GNDU 2019 Admission - Exam Centres

The examinations for admission to GNDU 2019 will be held in different exam centres. Candidates will have to report to the below mentioned exam centres for their respective courses they are appearing for.


GNDU Admission 2019 - Exam Centres

Courses

Exam Centres

B.Sc. (Hons. School) Chemistry

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Bhawan

B.Sc. (Hons. School) Economics

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Bhawan

B.Sc. (Hons. School) Human Genetics

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Bhawan

B.Lib. & Information Science

Department of Library Science

B.Sc.(Hons.) Mathematics

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Bhawan

B.Sc.(Medical Lab. Technology) (MLT)

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Bhawan

B. Pharmacy

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Bhawan

B.P.E.S.

University Main Sports Complex

B.P.E.D

University Mains Sports Complex

B.Sc.(Hons. School) Physics

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Bhawan

Bachelor of Planning (Urban & Regional)

Guru Ramdas School of Planning

B.A. (Hons. School) Punjabi

Sangat Hall, Guru Nanak Bhawan

B.A. (Hons.) Social Sciences

School of Social Sciences

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT )

Department of Physiotherapy

GNDU 2019 Admission - Exam Pattern

Candidates who are taking the test for admission to GNDU 2019 should take a look into the exam pattern for the undergraduate course they are appearing for. Familiarizing themselves with the exam pattern will allow candidates to attempt the exam more steadily, since they will be already used to the question paper structure. Also in the tables given below, candidates will find syllabus and sample questions which will give a fair idea of what they should prepare for the entrance examination.

B.Lib.Info.Sc. Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Details

Total number of questions

100

Types of questions

MCQs

Duration of the exam

One hour

Marking scheme

No negative marking

Topics

General knowledge (History and geography of India and Punjab, International issues, Scientific observations, Indian Culture, Political Science, etc.) of the applicant and their aptitude for Library & Information Science, Economic issues in India, National news (current)

Sample Questions

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Common Test for B.Sc. (Hons. School) Economics, Bachelor of Tourism & Travel Management (BTTM), Bachelor of Hotel Management and Catering Technology (BHMCT) - Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Details

Total number of questions

150

Types of questions

MCQs

Duration of the exam

Two hours

Marking scheme

No negative marking

Topics

General knowledge (History and geography of India and Punjab, International issues, Scientific observations, Indian Culture, Political Science, etc.) of the applicant and their aptitude for Library & Information Science, Economic issues in India, National news (current)

Sample Questions

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B.A. Hons. Social Sciences Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Details

Maximum marks

100 marks

Types of questions

MCQs

Duration of the exam

Two hours

Marking scheme

No negative marking

Topics

Section A - Glossary of concepts pertaining to Social Sciences (10 questions each of two marks)

Section B - General Awareness on Social, Economic, Political, History, happenings all over India and the world - (8 questions each of 5 marks)

Section C - Letter or application writing in English of 15 marks

Section D - Essay writing on any important issue in English of 25 marks

Sample Questions

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Note - Students who manage to secure 50 marks (for the General category) and 45 marks (for SC/ST) category will be qualifying the entrance test and called for counselling.

Bachelor of Planning (Urban and Regional)

Exam Pattern

Details

Maximum number of questions

50

Duration of the exam

One hour

Types of questions

MCQs

Marking Scheme

Each correct question for one mark

Topics

General Math

General English

Mental Ability

General Awareness

Sample questions

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B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany, B.Sc. (hons. school) Chemistry, B.Sc. (Honours School) Human Genetics,

B.Sc. (Medical Lab. Technology), B.Sc. (Honours School) Physics Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Details

Maximum number of questions

150

Duration of the exam

One hour fifteen minutes

Types of questions

MCQs

Marking Scheme

Each correct question for one mark, no negative marking

Topics

50 questions each from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology

Syllabus and sample questions

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Important notes:

  • Candidates will have to opt for any of the following combinations and answer 150 questions for that combination - PCB or PCM.

  • Those who want to appear for both Mathematics and Biology will have to mention so in the application form.

  • Candidates appearing for both the combinations will be given extra 45 minutes to complete the test.

  • Candidates will have to answer the questions in an OMR sheet with a black pen.

B.Sc. (Hons.) Mathematics Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Details

Maximum number of questions

60

Duration of the exam

One hour thirty minutes

Types of questions

MCQs

Syllabus and sample questions

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Bachelor of Physiotherapy Exam Pattern

Exam Pattern

Details

Maximum number of questions

100

Duration of the exam

One hour

Types of questions

MCQs

Level of questions

Undergraduate level

Sample questions

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B.A. Punjabi Exam Pattern - Click here

GNDU Admission 2019 - Result

Guru Nanak Dev University will announce the result of GNDU 2019 admission for undergraduate courses after the commencement of the entrance examination.. Candidates who appeared for the entrance test will be able to check their results in the online mode. However, for some courses, the university may publish a merit list directly in the form of results mentioning the names of candidates selected for counselling. After the announcement of results, the university will publish merit lists mentioning the list of candidates who will qualify for counselling.

To check the result/merit list for GNDU admission, candidates can check the steps given below.

  • Candidates will have to click on the official link for results.

  • After clicking on the link, they will have to look for the subject for which they want the merit list or results for.

  • Corresponding to the subject, candidates will find links to results, merit list, and counselling schedule. They will have to click on these relevant links to know if they have qualified or been selected for the counselling round for admission to GNDU 2019.

Important Points - In case two or more students score the same entrance marks, their inter-se merit will be decided in the order of preference as follows -

  • Candidates scoring higher marks in the qualifying examination will be given preference.

  • Candidates older in age will be given preference.

  • For B.P.Ed. and B.P.E.S, the university will calculate the merit of the students in the following way:

Written test - 60 marks

Sports Achievements - 40 marks

For B.P.E.S and B.P.Ed., the qualifying percentage for entrance examination is 50%.

Details mentioned on the result/merit list of GNDU Admission 2019

  • Name of the candidate

  • Parents’ names

  • Category

  • Roll number

  • Application number

  • Date of birth

  • Rank

  • Qualifying status

  • Entrance marks

  • Candidates’ ranks

The following details will vary as per different courses and will depend on if the university announces results or publishes merit list directly.

GNDU 2019 admission - Counselling

The university has started the counselling round for students who have qualified the entrance test from July 9, 2019. The university has also published counselling schedules and venue of specific subjects. It is compulsory for candidates to physically attend the counselling round on the stipulated date at the mentioned venue to secure their admission to GNDU 2019. Failing to do so will lead to candidate’s admissions. On the counselling day, candidates will be required to furnish the following documents

  • Matriculation or any equivalent exam certificate which stands as a proof of candidate’s date of birth.

  • Detailed mark sheet of the qualifying examination

  • Character certificate from the principal of the college or school last attended

  • Two recent passport size photographs attested by the Principal of the college or school last attended/gazetted officer. Photographs must be pasted on the form with a glue and not staple or pint it.

  • Reservation certificates for the reserved categories

  • Residence certificate wherever applicable

Candidates need to bring the original copies of the aforementioned documents along with their photocopies self-attested by the candidates. In addition, they will also have to carry a hardcopy of the online application form on the day of counselling for GNDU admission 2019.

Important note

  • Candidates should remember that if the number of qualifying students are more than the number of seats in available in the university, then only limited number of candidates will be called for the counselling round in the order of their entrance merit.

GNDU 2019 Admission - Reservations

Candidates can refer to the reservations offered by the university for admission to GNDU 2019. They may check the reservations for their respective categories and assess their chances of getting into the university.

GNDU Reservations

Categories

Seats Reserved

SC/ST

25%

OBC

10%

Border Area/Rural Area

1% each

Sports persons

1%

Children/Grand Children of Freedom Fighter of Punjab

1%

Physically Handicapped (Specially/Differently abled)

5%

Children/widows of Defence Personnel

1%

Children/widows of Para-Military forces Personnel

1%

Children/Grandchildren of Terrorist Affected Persons/Army Deserters Killed

1%

Children/Grandchildren of Sikh Riot Affected Persons

1%

Courses where seats are more than 30

Border Area/Rural Area (category iii)

2%

Children/Widows of Defence personnel/Para-Military Personnel

2%

Children/Grand Children of Freedom Fighter, Terrorist Affected, Sikh Riot Affected

3%

Courses where seats are less than 30

Border Area/Rural Area/Sports Person

3%

Grand Children of Freedom Fighter/Children/Widows of Defence Personnel/Para-Military Forces Personnel/Terrorist Affected, Sikh Riot Affected

5%

GNDU Admission 2019 - FAQS

Q. When is GNDU 2019 admission starting from?

A. The Guru Nanak Dev University admissions 2019 started from June 3, 2019.

Q. What is the mode of application for admission to GNDU 2019?

A. The mode of GNDU application process was online.

Q. What is the last date for submitting application form for GNDU admission 2019?

A. The last date to submit the application form will be July 23,2019.

Q. What is the mode of application fee for GNDU 2019 admission?

A. The application fee could be paid in both online and offline mode.

Q. What is the basis of admission to GNDU 2019 for aspirants?

A. The university conducts an entrance examination for admissions to all undergraduate courses which candidates will have to qualify. The university are then call students for counselling on the basis of the marks and ranks secured by them in the entrance examination.

Q. Does Guru Nanak Dev University offer undergraduate courses through GNDU admission 2019?

A. Yes. Candidates will be able to apply for undergraduate courses through Guru Nanak Dev University admission 2019.

Q. What is the mode of entrance test for GNDU 2019 admission?

A. The mode of entrance test for admissions into the university is conducted in the offline mode.

Q. What if candidates do not fulfil the eligibility requirements for the course they are applying for?

A. If candidates are found to be not complying with the eligibility requirements, their admission to GNDU 2019 will be cancelled even if they qualify the entrance examination.

Q. When will the result of GNDU admission 2019 be released?

A. The GNDU 2019 results has been released in online mode after the commencement of the entrance examinations.

Q. On what basis will the students be called for counselling for GNDU 2019 admission?

A. Candidates will be called for counselling on the basis of the marks and ranks secured in the entrance examination.

Q. What happens if candidates do not attend the GNDU 2019 counselling round?

A. If students do not attend the counselling round, their admission to GNDU 2019 will be cancelled.

Q. How will the university resolve the tie if two students score the same entrance marks?

A. The university adopts the following mechanism for GNDU admission 2019 if two or more candidates happen to score the same marks in the entrance examination -

Firstly, candidates with a higher mark in the qualifying examination will be given preference.

Secondly, candidates older in age will be given preference by the university while preparing the merit list.

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from where can i find sample paper for MBA ENTRANCE EXAM of GNDU

Ronak Gala Student Expert 12th Oct, 2019

Hey, you can get the sample papers from JNU website or official website of GNDU from the Google. Due to careers360 restrictions, I can't help you with the link. At the same time I can help you by recommending you a book Which will have this past year as well as sample papers. You can get it of Arihant Publications.

Best wishes. Thank-you.

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Sir Is it worth to do MBA from Guru Nanak Dev university Amritsar after doing bachelors in Agriculture or should opt for CAT to get admission in big colleges i want your prospective on it??

Shareef 9th Oct, 2019
Hello,
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You can go with any of them as you wanted to go either directly in guru Nanak or with CAT exam.
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If you don't want to attempt any of the examination and get direct admission in the college then go for GNDU.
The college is on of the top rated colleges and has good facilities and education for students.
But here you should be cooperative as it is not a well cooperating college.
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But if you have a confidence and a trust that you can score best you can do hardwork then it will be 1000 times better to attempt CAT examination and get admission in colleges.
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CAT is a national level entrance exams which only entertain students who are serious about there career. Once you score best rank in cat you will be selected for IIMs.
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If you are comparing taking Admission directly and via CAT exam then obviously cat exam gives you more career opportunities and provides you quality education.
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Get cleared by yourself by noting the above mentioned points.
Thank you
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what criteria is required for admission for bba in gndu?

Diksha gupta 26th Sep, 2019

Hi,

Admission in Guru Nanak Dev university admission in BBA course is based on intermediate score. Admission is based on merit of candidate based on first come first serve. The candidate should score 10+2 with atleast 40% marks (35% for SC/ST) in aggregate or equivalent examination.

I hope this helps.

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How much marks in jee mains i have to score for getting admission in CSE from Guru Nanak Dev University?

Shivam Gautam 31st Aug, 2019
Hello Dear

Inorder to take the CSE in the Guru Nanak Dev University it depends upon the various parameters as well usually vary year by year but as per the analysis made based upon the last year cuttoff the candidates having a AIR under  1,20,000 will be under the safe zone. So just go for it and try to plan accordingly.

All the best
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What is the admission criteria for Guru Nanak Dev University for btech?

Priyanshu roy 21st Aug, 2019

Hello Pritam,

The admission criteria for Guru Nanak Dev university is as follows:

Senior Secondary Examination (12th grade) with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English with at least 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in aggregate.

Hope it will help

Thank you

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