India’s unique form of merit analysis through educational institutions and courses renders every student competent of shouldering immense work pressure in every aspect of life. These courses transcend the literal idea of education transfer and present a way to absorb the gist of knowledge in every subject.

Indian government has created a foolproof admission process, which is different for every academic program. However, a few similarities remain.

Announcement Of Admission

Every school, college and university under the Indian government is bound to follow the rules and regulations set by national and state authorities. The first step of preparing an admission process is to notify the students about the date of enrolment for certain academic session. This notice also consists of the detailed information about obtaining application forms and other important queries.

This notice can also be displayed in the virtual world of internet. Admission in Delhi University and other popular establishments follow this procedure. Students can access all the information through internet and pay the amount for the application form without standing in a long line of applicants.

Disclosing Information Of Examination Centre

According to the education legislation of India, the second step of admission in school, college and universities disclosure of the location of examination centre. MBA admission process follows this rule too. Different academic institutions like medical, law, engineering, management and architecture arrange the examination centre according to the student strength and importance of the course.

Process Of Selecting A Candidate
Indian education system has a unique and simplified procedure of student selection. According to this rule, every student must obtain a percentage of marks to appear in the list of selection. The list is prepared by registering the highest mark on the top and descending to the lowest. After they have appeared on the list, educational institutions will call them for joining various courses. After deciding where to join, they need to go to that establishment at the appointed hour with proper documentations such as attested photocopies of testimonials, mark sheets, quota reservation files, etc. The institutional authorities will look into the documents and select students as per their criteria.

Admission Process for Different Academic Programs
Given below is a table that provides information about colleges and their admission details for the session 2012 in different fields of study.

MBA Admission

Name of the Institute Admission Details
School of Petroleum Management – Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University Type of program – Residential full time
Course offered – MBA
Duration of the course – 2 years
Admission starts – October 10th 2011
Session commences on – June 25th 2012
Eligibility – CAT score, Bachelor’s degree with 50% ,45% for ST/SC students
Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Type of program – Post Graduate Program in Management (PGP)
Course offered – MBA
Duration of the course – 2 years
Eligibility – CAT score, Bachelor’s degree with 50% ,45% for ST/SC students

M.Sc Admission

Name of the Institute Admission Details
National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology Type of program – M.Sc Hospitality
Seats available – 25
Bangalore University Type of program – M.A, M.Sc, M.Ed, M.Sc Finance and Accounting, International Business, Tourism Administration, LLM, Bachelor of Physical Education

Medical Admission

Name of the Institute Admission Details
University of Delhi Type of program – Bachelor of Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery
Duration of the course – 5 and a half years
Eligibility – Age not less than 17 years, pass in class XII with 60% and Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and English as compulsory subjects,
Seats available – 15% for all India students, 85% for Delhi students
PGI Chandigarh Type of program – B.Sc Para Medical, B.Sc Med Tech Laboratory, B.Sc Med Tech Operation Theatre, Bachelor of Physical Therapies
Eligibility – Age not less than 17 years and not above 25 years