TEZPUR UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS, 2014
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
21. What is CGPA ?
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1. There are two ways -
(a) You can buy the Form and Prospectus from some designated Post Offices. The list of such Post Offices is available in our website.
(b) You can fill the form online in the current link.
Prospectus can be downloaded here --> http://www.tezu.ernet.in/TUEE2014/Autumn_Prospectus_2014.pdf
2. Is it necessary to read the Prospectus before filling up the form?
It is not only necessary, but essential to read the Prospectus very carefully before starting to fill-up the form. You shall have answers to many questions in the Prospectus itself.
3. How do I download the Prospectus online?
There are links to the Prospectus in our website. In case of online application, you can see a "Download" link at the top left panel. There you shall see the links to the prospectus as well as to the "Model Questions"
For B.Tech. Programme you send the form to the "Controller of Examinations";
for any other programme send it to the Head of the respective Department. For example, if you are applying for Integrated M.Sc. in Bioscience and Bioinformatics, send the form to the Head of the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Tezpur University, Napaam, 784028 (Assam).
You can send the form to the University using any means- Speed Post, normal post, courier, and even hand delivery. But make sure that the private couriers deliver the documents in the Campus; and the form, in any case, received before or on the Last date.
7. What happens if the form is not received within the last date?
Your form may not be processed.
8. How do I know if my form is received OK?
On approval and despatch of the Admit Card (only in case of Non-B.Tech, Non-Ph.D. candidates) you shall receive a SMS in your mobile number (the number you have written during form fill-up) and email id (if provided) with details like Roll no., programme and centre. A search mechanism is also to be activated in our webpage after April 22, 2014 on the status of your application.
A separate list will be uploaded for B.Tech students eligible for admission/chance admission after a reasonable time from the declaration of JEE (Main) results.
For Ph.D. shortlisted candidates' names shall be uploaded after a reasonable time from the last date of application.
9. Is Permanent Residence Certificate (PRC) necessary to enclose with the Form?
If you are applying for seats reserved for permanent residents of North-eastern states of India (B.Tech., and M.Sc. in MBBT), then it is mandatory to enclose a copy of the PRC certificate along with the Form.
If you have problem in getting the PRC within the last date please read our Notification here.
10. Do I need to attach photocopies of my mark sheets and certificates?
That is needed only for Ph.D. applicants.
If you are applying online, you must enclose the University copies (two portions) of the Challan. All (non-Ph.D., non-B.Tech.) applicants need to send the filled in Admit Card (both copies) and a self-addressed stamped (Rs.5/-) envelop along with the form for enabling us to send you back the Admit Card.style="width:44%; height:45%;
Ph.D. candidates are to send copies of mark sheets and certificates of all educational qualifications.
B. Tech. students are to send the copy of the JEE (Main) Admit Card.
Apart from these mandatory attachments see at the bottom of the last page of the form (printed form in case of online applicants) for other attachments relevant for special nature of the candidature.
You write N/A in the Area of Interest boxes. And there is ONLY full time M. Tech. Programme in the University.
Write the JEE(Main) application number in this box..
It is given in the Annexure VII of the Prospectus in pdf format (page no. 118).
15. How can I apply for SSS (Self Supported Scheme)?
All waitlisted candidates are eligible for SSS, and the decision of awarding a SSS seat will be based on merit (position in the waiting list).
The abridged fee structure (Semester-wise and programme-wise) is given in Annexure IV (all PG/UG programmes), Annexure V (SSS category), and Annexure VI (Ph.D. programmes) in the Prospectus (page numbers 115, 116 and 117).
You cannot go back to the previous step. in this case you click the " Save" button at the bottom of the page and logout. Login again using your Username and Password and click " continue online submission" by which you can start with step 1.
You can apply for both the Integrated programme of the same department through one form. But you shall have to provide your option in Item 2(b) in the form.
The University offers a number of integrated programmes in different Departments. Four Departments offer a couple of integrated programmes together. For example, the Department of Physics offers Integrated B.Sc.B.Ed (Major in Physics) and Integrated M.Sc. in Physics. Both the programmes have identical eligibility criteria, and students will be selected through ONE entrance examination to both the programmes. Therefore, if you are applying in Integrated M.Sc. in Physics, you can opt for the other programme. If you do not opt, your name shall not be considered while preparing the merit list for the other programme (i.e., B.Sc.B.Ed. (Physics)). Likewise the Departments of Chemical Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, and English and Foreign Languages offer Integrated Masters programmes as well as B.Sc.B.Ed/B.A.B.Ed. For further detail please go through the relevant Sections of the Prospectus.
The list of Progarmmes against the offering Departments along with the intake, and eligibility is available in Section Three of the Prospectus