Monday, 26 September 2016

GBPUAT 2016 for UG, PG Courses – GB Pant University Notification for Admission

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The task of assisting Uttar Pradesh in establishing an agricultural university was assigned to the University of Illinois which signed a contract in 1959 to establish an agricultural University in the State. Dean, H.W. Hannah, of the University of Illinois prepared a blueprint for a Rural University to be set up at the Tarai State Farm in the district Nainital, UP. In the initial stage the University of Illinois also offered the services of its scientists and teachers. Thus, in 1960, the first agricultural university of India, UP Agricultural University, came into being by an Act of legislation, UP Act XI-V of 1958. The Act was later amended under UP Universities Re-enactment and Amendment Act 1972 and the University was rechristened as Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology keeping in view the contributions of Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant, the then Chief Minister of UP. The G.B. Pant University is a symbol of successful partnership between India and the United States. The establishment of this university brought about a revolution in agricultural education, research and extension. It paved the way for setting up of 31 other agricultural universities in the country.

GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology has released notification to admission in Under Graduate and Post Graduate courses on the basis of entrance exam for the academic year 2016-17. The University has conducted the entrance exam as per schedule date. Candidates can check the details of GBPUAT 2016 application process, eligibility criteria, selection process and other information on this page below.

Important Schedule

EventDates
Onlie Application starts
For UG, Master, MCA and Ph.D 16 Feb to 31 March 2016
For M.Tech & Sponsored candidates for Master, M.Tech & Ph.d 16 Feb 2016 to 30 April 2016
Last date of registration/Print Confirmation page
UG, Master’s, MCA  05 April 2016
M.Tech. & Sponsored candidates for Masters’, M.Tech. and Ph.D. 05 May 2016
Last date for receipt of print out of application form
UG, Master’s, MCA and Ph.D09 April 2016
M.Tech. & Sponsored candidates for Masters’, M.Tech. and Ph.D. 09 May 2016
Date of Download Admit card 20 May 2016 Onwards
Date of Entrance Examination
for Postgraduate programmes 04 June 2016
for Undergraduate programmes 05 June 2016
Declaration of Result 10 June 2016
Date of Counselling 13 June 2016 Onwards

Application Form

Candidates can apply for GBPUAT Entrance Examination 2016 ‘ON-LINE’ through G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar website www.gbpuat.ac.in. on Link “Registration for UG, Masters, M.Tech and Ph.D entrance examination 2016.

Application process is over…

Candidates will need to download the Prospectus and read it carefully to ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility criteria. Candidates can also check the step by step instruction to filling online application below.

Step by Step Instruction to filling Online Application

1. The candidates are requested to apply via one mode only online.

2. Examination appearing for – Select any one option.

3. The candidate is required to write his/her name in the same order as entered in his/her qualifying examination Marks-sheet /Certificate.

4. Write Father’s Name (do not use any prefix such as Shri/Dr./Mr.).

5. Write Mother’s Name (do not use any prefix such as Smt./Dr./Mrs.).

6. Date of Birth must be entered in Christian era as recorded in High School Certificate.
Gender – Select any one option.

7. Place Option(s) – Select two options for UG. any one option for Masters’.

8. Bonafide Resident of Uttarakhand – Select: Yes/No.

9. Blood Group – Select any one option; RH Factor – Select: RH+/RH-.

10. Son/Daughter/Spouse of regular employee of this University – Select: Yes /No.

11. Group of Paper/Subject group – Select any one option.

12. Qualifying Examination – Select: Passed/Appearing.

13. Have you ever been student of GBPUA&T – Select: Yes/No.

14. Category Code – Select any one option; Sub Category – Select: PH/Not PH.

15. Nationality – Select: Indian/ Other.

16. Mobile Number – Fill the mobile No. (10 digits), Landline Number – Fill the STD Code (e.g. 05944) Landline No.

17. Email address/Confirm Email Address: – Fill the Email address.

18. Password/Confirm EPassword: – Fill the Password.

19. Submit Fee.

20. Fill up the Qualification Details.

21. Fill up the Correspondence Address Details.

22. Fill up the Permanent Address Details.

23. Print Confirmation Page.

Document to be sent along with Application form

Please ensure to dispatch the Confirmation Page after online filling of application form alongwith the documents.

1. Confirmation page print out.

2. Copy of Fee Receipt.

3. Self attested copy of Category and Weight-age Certificate, if eligible.

4. Self attested copy of Certificate/Mark-sheet of qualifying examination.

5. Self attested copy of High School Certificate.

6. Documents to be put in an Envelope of size 12” x 9” and superscribing “Application for Undergraduate/Masters’/ MCA/ M.Tech/ Ph.D” Address for sending complete Confirmation Page by Speed post/Registered Post:

To, The Coordinator Admissions
G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology,
Pantnagar – 263145, Distt.- U.S. Nagar (Uttarakhand)

Note: The candidate must retain a photocopy of his/her filled in Confirmation Page, Fee receipt for future correspondence.

Application Fee

General and OBC – Rs 1200/-
SC/ST/PH – Rs 600/-

 Important Instruction for  Online Application Form

1. The candidates are requested to apply via one mode only online.

2. If Candidates have a valid e-mail ID, The candidates are requested to Enter it in the Application Form. The Registration number, password, admit card for written test and call letter for counseling or any other important communication will be sent on the same registered e-mail ID of candidate (also check mail in spam box). The candidates are requested to check regularly their e-mail for any communication from GBPUA&T. The candidate should not disclose password to any other candidate / person.

3. Please note that the Admit Card for written test will not be sent by post. Admit card has to be downloaded by the candidate himself/herself.

4. Candidates should take utmost care to furnish the correct details while filling in on-line application. Any mistake committed by the candidate shall be his/her sole responsibility.

5. The candidates should ensure the completion of all Steps of the registration process and deposition of examination fee as mentioned in the instructions by stipulated date.

6. Application once submitted will not be allowed to be withdrawn and fee once paid will not be refunded in any case neither it shall be held reserved for any other examination or selection process in future.

Instructions to upload photograph, signature, left hand thumb impression in the application form

Photograph Image.

1. Photograph must be a recent passport style colour picture.

2. Make sure that the picture is in colour, taken against a light-coloured, preferably white, background.

3. Look straight at the camera with a relaxed face.

4. If the picture is taken on a sunny day, have the sun behind you, or place yourself in the shade, so that you are not squinting and there are no harsh shadows.

5.If you have to use flash, ensure there’s no “red-eye”.

6. If you wear glasses make sure that there are no reflections and your eyes can be clearly seen.

7. Caps, hats and dark glasses are not acceptable. Religious headwear is allowed but it must not cover your face.

8. Dimensions 200X230 pixels (preferred).

9. Size of file should be between 20kb-50kb.

10. Ensure that the size of the scanned image is not more than 50kb. If the size of the file is more than 50kb, then adjust the settings of the scanner OR adjust the size of PHOTO in Paint or any other Picture Tools.

Signature image

1. The applicant has to put signature on white paper with Black/Blue ink pen.

2. The signature must be signed only by the applicant and not by any other person.

3. The signature will be used to put on admit card and wherever necessary.

4. If the Applicant’s signature on the answer script, at the time of the examination does not match the signature on the admit card, the applicant will be disqualified.

5. Please scan the signature area only and not the entire page.

6. Dimensions 140 x 60 pixels (preferred).

7. Size of file should be between 10kb – 20kb.

8. Ensure that the size of the scanned image is not more than 20kb.

Left Hand Thumb Impression Image

1. The applicant has to put left hand thumb impression on white paper.

2. After Scanning Ensure that the size of the scanned image is not more than 20kb.

3. Dimensions 140X60 pixels (preferred).

4. Size of file should be between 10kb – 20kb.

Eligibility Criteria

For Undergraduate Programmes

1. B.Sc. Agriculture – Intermediate Agriculture/Science with Mathematics or Biology.

2. B. V. Sc. & A.H. – Intermediate Science with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English or equivalent examination and should have obtained a minimum of 50% marks for General Category and 40% for reserved categories (OBC, SC & ST) in aggregate in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English.

3. For B.Tech Programme – Pass in 10+2 examination or its equivalent with Physics and Mathematics and any one of the optional subjects Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Computer Science/ Biology.

For Master’s Programmes

1. Agricultural Economics – B.Sc. in Agriculture/ Fisheries/Forestry/ Horticulture/ Home Sc./Agril. Marketing.

2. Agrometeorology – B.Sc. in Agriculture/Forestry/ Horticulture or B.Sc. with Physics as one of the major subject.

3. Agril. Engineering (Farm Machinery & Power Engg.) – Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering from a recognized University/Institute.

4. Clothing & Textiles – B.Sc. Home Science/Home Economics/Family & Community Sciences with Intermediate Science.

5. Plant Physiology – B.Sc. in Agriculture/ Zoology, Botany and Chemistry/ Horticulture/ Microbiology with Chemistry/B.Sc. Forestry.

For Ph.D Programmes

1. Agricultural Economics – M.Sc.Ag. Agril. Economics/Rural Banking & Agril. Eco. or M.Sc. Dairy Economics/Livestock Economics/ Forest Economics.

2. Electrical Engineering – Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engg./Electrical & Electronics Engg. from a recognized University/Institute and Masters’ degree in the field of Electrical Engg. from a recognized University/ Institute.

3. Human Nutrition – M.Sc. in Foods & Nutrition/Food Science & Tech./ Nutrition/Nutrition & Dietetics/ Food Science & Nutrition.

4. Biochemistry – M.Sc. Ag./M.Sc. in Biochemistry/ Microbiology/ Molecular Biology & Biotech./Chemistry/Agril. Chemicals /Foods & Nutrition/ Biophysics/ Biotechnology.

5. For complete details of Eligibility criteria for other courses candidates refer to the Information Brochure on the bottom on this page.

Reservations

Vertical Reservations

The vertical reservation for the academic year 2016-2017 will be as under

OBC – 14%
Scheduled Caste – 19%
Scheduled Tribes – 04%

The seats not filled through candidates of reserved categories in Ph.D. programmes only shall be converted to General Category seats and filled up accordingly. The conversion of seats in Ph.D. programmes only shall be made during the counselling in the II Semester 2016-2017 upon vacancy.

Horizontal Reservations

Out of reservation applicable to different categories, the horizontal reservation in Undergraduate programmes only in these categories shall be as under

1. Children of retired/killed or disabled Defence Personnel of Uttarakhand 2 %.

2. Children of Freedom Fighters of Uttarakhand 2 %.

3. Physically Handicapped of Uttarakhand having disability 40% or above 3 %.

4. Women Candidates of Uttarakhand 30 %.

Admit Card 

Admit cards for the GBPUAT entrance examination will not be dispatched by post. Candidates are required to download the hall tickets after filling up the GBPUAT application form, as per schedule announced by the University from the official website. The admit card shall contain signature and other details as uploaded in form. Direct link to download Admit card is also provided below for the candidates.

Downloading of Admit Card is over…

In case a candidate fails to download the Admit Card due to any reason or has lost, a duplicate Admit Card can be obtained from the Superintendent of the Entrance Examination at the Centre of his/her examination after depositing a sum of Rs. 20.00, a copy of passport size photograph similar to that pasted on the verification form and a copy of online application form.

How to download Admit Card 

1. Visit www.gbpuat.ac.in, the official website of the University.

2. Navigate to the download admit card link.

3. Log in using candidate log in credentials.

4. Download and print the hall ticket.

Exam Pattern

1. All candidates seeking admission to Ph.D. Programmes shall take subject matter test comprising 600 marks, which shall be administered programme wise as given in para 12 A. The question paper shall consist of objective type questions with 4 multiple choices and shall be of 3 hours duration.

2. All candidates seeking admission to Masters’ programmes (except MCA) shall take (i) Aptitude Test and (ii) Subject Matter Test without any break from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. while for MCA programme the candidate shall take (i) Aptitude Test and (ii) Subject Matter Test without any break from 3.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. The examination shall start with Aptitude Test and after 45 minutes the question booklet of Aptitude Test shall be taken back and question booklet for group wise Subject Matter Test paper will be distributed as per the option of the candidates (based on their qualifying examination) and major-wise.

3. The Aptitude Test and Subject Matter Test shall consist of 50 and 150 questions for all groups (except Physical & Life Sciences) respectively. The Subject Matter Test for these groups shall consist of 200 questions and candidates have to attempt 150 questions. The question paper will be objective type with multiple choices for each question in English language only.

4. There shall be one common Entrance Examination for admission to all Undergraduate Programmes. It shall be of three hours duration and shall consists of one question paper carrying 600 marks and would be of objective type with multiple choice. The bilingual question paper in English and Hindi will be supplied. There will be three groups of papers as detailed below.

5. PCB paper (Code 1): The candidate who has passed/ appeared in 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology stream shall have question paper consisting of questions of Mental Agility (30 questions), Physics (50 questions), Chemistry (50 questions) and Biology (70 questions). The candidate opting for this group can seek admission for degree course in Agriculture, Food Technology, Fisheries, Home Science and Veterinary Sciences.

6. PCM paper (Code 2): The candidate who has passed/ appeared in 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics stream shall have question paper consisting of questions of Mental Agility (30 questions), Physics (50 questions), Chemistry (50 questions) and Mathematics (70 questions). The candidate opting for this group can seek admission for degree course in Agriculture, Food Technology, Home Science and Fisheries.

7. PCA paper (Code 3): The candidate who has passed/ appeared in 10+2 examination with Agriculture stream shall have question paper consisting of questions of Mental Agility (30 questions), Physics (50 questions), Chemistry (50 questions) and Agriculture (70 questions). The candidate opting for this group can seek admission for degree course in Agriculture, Food Technology and Fisheries.

8. The candidate having Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology subjects at his/her 10+2 level will have to indicate his/her choice of the group of paper for Entrance Examination in the Application Form. These candidates can either opt for PCB paper (Code 1) or PCM paper (Code 2). They can seek admission for degree programme as per their qualification and group of paper in the entrance examination.

Note: For all the programmes viz. Ph.D, Masters’ and Undergraduates 3.0 Marks will be awarded for each correct answer and 1.0 Mark will be deducted for each wrong answer attempted by the candidate. Use of Electronic equipment such as calculator, log table, mobile phone etc. in the examination hall is strictly prohibited.

Exam Centers

The Entrance Examination shall be conducted at following places


Note:

Every effort will be made to assign the place of choice of the candidate. However, the University reserves the right to assign the candidate to any one of the above places without assigning any reason.

The place once assigned shall not be changed.

Any of the above places can be changed at the discretion of the University.

Result 2016

On the basis of the Entrance Examination conducted by the University held as per schedule for admission to various programs, the Roll Numbers of candidates in the composite list are given in order of their merit. In the event of two or more candidates securing equal marks the merit has been decided on the basis of marks secured in the Aptitude Test. The direct link to check the list of selected candidates has been provided below

Get GBPUAT Result 2016 here


The candidates shall be called to appear before the Admission/Counselling Committee in order of merit subject to cutoff marks, and offered the programme as per number of seats available on the date and time. The result has been posted on the official site by the University. On the basis of the result of the entrance test, the candidates are selected for counselling for admission. 

How to Check result

1. Go the official website http://www.gbpuat.ac.in/or click on direct link which is provided above after officially announcement.

2. Enter the roll number / registration and other details as per requirement.

3. Submit the details to check the result.

Counselling Procedure

1. The allocation of seats in each programme is strictly in order of merit and the number of candidates eligible for counselling is far more than the available seats. Therefore, in case a seat is not available by the time your turn comes, the University shall not bear any responsibility for the same.

2. The admission against the reserved seat (s) is subject to the submission of respective certificate(s) in the prescribed format.

3. Please note that the seats for admission for UG and Master’s programmes was available for the candidates’ domicile of Uttarakhand State only. The candidates had to submit the domicile certificate of the Uttarakhand State issued after 20-11-2001 as per G.O. dated 20-11-2001 failing which his/her candidature shall not be considered for admission.

Please bring the following documents with you for checking and submission at the counselling place

1. Self Attested photocopies of High School Certificate and Marks-Sheet along with the originals.

2. Self Attested photocopies of Intermediate Certificate and Marks-Sheet along with the originals.

3. Self Attested photocopies of Marks-Sheet and Certificate of any other higher degree qualifications that he/she may possess along with the originals.

4. Domicile Certificate of Uttarakhand State issued by the competent authority after 20 Nov. 2001.

5. Rural/Sports/Agriculturists Weight age Certificate, in original, as given in Prospectus 2016-2017, if applicable.

6. Character and Conduct Certificate in original from the Head of the Institution last attended.

7. Five-passport size photographs with name and Roll Number written on the back.

8. Original copy of Category Certificate issued after 20 Nov. 2001. In case of OBC category, the OBC Certificate issued after 31.03.2016 must be submitted in original on the prescribed proforma given in the Prospectus 2016-17.

9. Solemn Voluntary declaration form.

10. A Gap Certificate accounting for discontinuity of more than three months after leaving the Institution last attended. (Those employed should bring certificate from employer, others should produce a sworn affidavit duly notarized on stamp paper of Rs.10/- + Notary stamps Rs.10/- (total value Rs.20/-).

11. The Migration/Transfer Certificate in original to be submitted within three months of the admission.

12. On the directives of the Honorable Supreme Court an affidavit duly signed by the candidate and his/her parents/guardian for non-participation in ragging on a non-judicial stamp paper of Rs. 10.00 duly notarized.

13. Medical fitness certificate in the prescribed format.

14. Candidate not fulfilling the eligibility condition(s) at the time of Counselling and not declared medically fit will not be granted admission.

15. If any candidate fails to deposit counselling & an Advance fee and original certificates, the admission would not be granted and he/she would forfeit his/her claim for admission.

16. The candidate once admitted in a programme as per his/her merit on availability of seat at the time of counselling will not stake any claim for change of programme after counselling is over.

3rd Counselling Schedule B. Tech. Admissions 2016



Click here to check complete details of the GBPUAT B.Tech Third Counselling.

Selection Criteria

1. All admissions shall be made strictly on merit as determined on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the Entrance Examination to be conducted by University, except the following:

2. Admissions to B.Tech. Programmes shall be made by the University on the basis of merit of Joint Entrance Examination conducted by CBSE, New Delhi.

3. Admissions to Master’s programme in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology shall be made through the entrance examination conducted by J.N.U., New Delhi. For application forms and other details candidates may contact J.N.U., New Delhi.

4. Admission to Masters’ programmes in MBA/ MBA (Agribusiness) shall be made through CMAT score and Group Discussion and an Interview conducted by the University.

4. In M.Tech. programmes, admission shall be made first based on the GATE qualifying marks in the subject (Major) in which admission is sought. Vacant seats shall be filled based on OGPA/percentage (%) of marks of B.Tech. The candidate should have secured at least an OGPA of not less than 6.000/10.000 or 3.000/5.000 or 55% marks in aggregate in case of the Institutions/ Universities where these scales are not applicable in the Bachelor’s degree. However, admission towards seats for Other State candidates in M.Tech. Agricultural Engineering majors shall be made through Entrance Examination conducted by ICAR. In case, domicile candidates of Uttarakhand are not available for the sanctioned seats, the same shall be filled from amongst candidates of Other States.

5. Admissions to MCA programme shall be made on the basis of separate Entrance Examination to be conducted by the University. In case a candidate wants to appear for other Masters’ programmes in addition to MCA, he/she has to fill separate application form.

6. Candidates other than Bonafide residents of Uttarakhand are not eligible to seek admission directly to the Undergraduate and Masters’ degree programmes in the University. However, they can apply to the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi/Veterinary Council of India, New Delhi. They will have to submit a separate application as and when called by ICAR/VCI, New Delhi and take All India Competitive Examinations and attend counselling at New Delhi for seat allotment. For details the candidates may contact; The Assistant Director General (HRD), Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Krishi Anusandhana Bhavan, Pusa, New Delhi-110 012 and The Controller of Examination, Veterinary Council of India, ‘A’ Wing, 2nd Floor, August Kranti Bhawan, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi-110 066.

7. The Admissions Committee will decide the cutoff marks for the academic year for qualifying the entrance examination after declaration of Rank-wise list of the candidates appeared in the Entrance Examination conducted by the University.

8. For Ph.D. Programmes if the marks secured by two or more candidates are the same, the merit shall be decided on the basis of marks secured in the qualifying examination. For Masters’ programmes in the event of two or more candidates securing equal marks the merit shall be decided on the basis of marks secured in the Aptitude Test and then qualifying examination. For Undergraduate programmes in the event of two or more candidates securing equal marks, the merit shall be decided on the basis of marks secured in Mental Agility then Physics, Chemistry and thereafter in the qualifying examination. In the event of tie again, a candidate with higher in age would be rated higher in merit.


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