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Admission rules and criteria generally differ from one college to another. But provided here is a synopsis of general rules and regulations that you need to keep in mind while seeking admission to any of the following courses. Engineering, Medicine, Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) Course, General Studies, Agricultural Courses.

ENGINEERING

Undergraduate Courses in Engineering or Technology

• Candidates having 10+2 qualifications with physics and mathematics as compulsory subjects along with chemistry /biotechnology / computer science / biology are eligible to seek admission to Bachelor of Engineering courses in civil, mechanical, electrical, electronics, computer, aeronautics, agriculture, industrial engineering, etc.

• Minimum age generally is 17 years but may vary slightly from institution to institution.

• Admission to various engineering colleges like IITs, is generally based on the merit obtained in the entrance test.

• Self financing international students can contact RET INDIA for admission to private engineering institutes.

Admission to Premier Technical Institutes like National Institutes of Technology (NIT's) under Direct Admission of Students Abroad (DASA) Scheme. Students wishing to study for a diploma in engineering courses should have completed 10 years of schooling.

Postgraduate Engineering Courses

Candidates interested in pursuing studies towards Master's and PhD degrees in Engineering and Technology should have Bachelors and Masters in their respective disciplines. Most of the Institutes give admission in post-graduate programmes in Engineering and Technology on the basis of Bachelors degree. The Indian Institute of Technology conducts the GATE examination annually at different centres in India. However some institutions like IIT's essentially require GATE score for admission to PG course.

MEDICINE

Undergraduate Courses in Medicine

• For MBBS course, applicants should have secured a minimum of 50 per cent of the aggregate of marks with at least 60 per cent in physics, chemistry and biology and English in the qualifying examination (equivalent to 10 + 2 in India).

• A No Objection Certificate from the Department of Health, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, is also required.

• Direct admission of international students to MBBS, BDS or any other undergraduate medical courses offered by government medical institutions is not possible. Admission to these courses is possible only against nominations made by different Ministries or Departments of the Government of India such as Health & Family Welfare (Department of Health), under the Self-Financing Foreign Students' Scheme or various other scholarship schemes.

• However, in private medical colleges recognized by the Medical Council of India, International students can seek admission to undergraduate courses in medicine (MBBS) through RET INDIA.

Post-graduate courses in Medicine

For postgraduate courses, self-financing international students can apply to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi and the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh. Both these institutes conduct a written competitive examination twice a year during the January and July sessions. The students are required to appear for their examination and pay the examination fees themselves.

Bachelor of Pharmacy (B Pharmacy) Course

Admission to the B Pharmacy course for International students offered by public and government institutions is not possible. Admission to these courses is possible only against nominations made by different Ministries or Departments of the Government of India such as Health & Family Welfare (Department of Health), under the Self-Financing Foreign Students' Scheme or various other scholarship schemes. International students can seek admission to private colleges through RET INDIA Applicants should have passed 10+2 Senior School level examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Mathematics.

MANAGEMENT COURSE

Management studies are normally postgraduate courses though there are some institutes that offer three-year undergraduate courses in management such as Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Bachelor of Business Management (BBM) Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS).

For admission to undergraduate programmes in management, the applicants should have passed the qualifying examination (Equivalent to 10+2 in India). Admissions to postgraduate programmes require the candidate to posses a Bachelor Degree.

The postgraduate courses open to international students include

Master of Business Administration (MBA),

Post-graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) or

Master of Management Studies (MMS),

Which are offered in many prestigious institutions around the country.

These courses are of two-year duration on a full time basis. Many institutions offer a part time three-year course for employed personnel.

Some management institutes also offer a one-year diploma course in specializations like marketing, sales, industrial relations, personnel management, social welfare, material management, office and systems management, production management, etc. Admission to prestigious institutes like Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) is on the basis of a Common Admission Test (CAT) followed by interviews. Foreign candidates seeking admission, to various private institutes can contact RET INDIA.

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