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Commissionerate of Technical Education,

Gujarat State
Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC)
(Constituted under Section 4 of the Gujarat Professional Technical Educational Colleges
or Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Fixation of Fees) Act. 2007
(Guj.2 of 2008))

ADMISSION BROCHURE
2015-16
for
Master of Engineering and Technology / Master of Pharmacy Courses
for the Academic year 2015-16
in
Government, Grant-In-Aid and Self Financed Institutions
Located in State of Gujarat

Admission Committee for Professional Courses


(Gujarat State)
2nd Floor, ACPC Building, L. D. College of Engineering Campus, Ahmedabad - 380015
Fax : (079) 26304118
Visit us: www.jacpcldce.ac.in

HELP LINE NUMBER : 079-26566000 (24x7)

1. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE FOR M.E./ M.TECH / M.PHARM


FOR LATEST UPDATES SEE WEBSITE www.jacpcldce.ac.in

Sr.
No.
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Activities
Distribution of PIN Cover from designated branches of Bank

4
5

Online registration & Submission of filled registration form


with necessary documents at HC
Conducting PGCET 2015 for different disciplines for
Non GATE/ Non GPAT candidates
Declaration of Provisional Merit List
Display of Final list of institutes

Choice Filling for Mock (Trial) Round

Display Result of Mock (Trial)Round


Filling, alteration and locking of choices by the candidates for
Actual Admission Round-1
Declaration of First Allotment List Round-1

10

Deposition of Tuition Fees in the Bank

11

Display of Vacant Seats after Round- 1

12

Online Cancellation of Admission

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3

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17

Consent for Reshuffling/ Up gradation and Choice Filling for


Actual Admission Round-2
Declaration of result of Actual Admission Round-2
(Reshuffling/ Up gradation Round)
Deposition of Tuition Fees in the Bank/online payment after
Actual Admission Round-2 in case of any change in Course or
Institute.
Commencement of Academic Term
Display of Vacancy after Round -2

18

Online Cancellation of Admission

19

Display of Vacancy after cancellation

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14
15

Date
06/07/2015 to
10/07/2015
06/07/2015 to
11/07/2015
17/7/2015 &
19/7/2015
24/07/2015
24/07/2015
25/7/2015 to
27/7/2015
29/07/2015
29/7/2015 to
31/7/2015
3/08/2015
03/8/2015 to
05/8/2015
06/08/2015
06/08/2015 to
07/08/2015
07/8/2015 to
08/8/2015
11/08/2015
11/8/2015 to
12/8/2015
12/08/2015
13/08/2015
12/08/2015 to
14/08/2015
15/08/2015

2. MODALITIES OF ADMISSION (M.E. / M. Tech. / M. Pharm.)


1.

Modality for admission to Master of Engineering/Technology and Master of Pharmacy Courses,


under Gujarat Professional Technical Educational Colleges or Institutions (Regulation of
Admission and Fixation of Fees) Act, 2007.

2.

Definitions.(1) In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,-(a)

Act means the Gujarat Professional Technical Educational Colleges or Institutions


(Regulation of Admission and Fixation of Fees) Act, 2007 (Guj. 2 of 2008);

(b)

Admission for the purpose of these rules means admission of candidates in the first
year of the Master of Engineering, Master of Technology and Master of Pharmacy
Courses;

(c)

Admission Committee for the purpose of these rules means the Admission
Committee for Professional Courses constituted by the State Government for the
purpose of admission to the professional courses under the Government Notification,
Education Department No.GH/SH/7/PVS-102003-639-S, dated the 5th May, 2008;

(d)

AICTE means the All India Council for Technical Education, a statutory body
constituted under section 3 of the All India Council for Technical Education, Act 1987
(52 of 1987);

(e)

Appendix I appended to these rules, specifies the disciplines and the names of the
professional post-graduate courses/specialization and eligibility for admission;

(f)

Common Entrance Test (CET) means the entrance test conducted by the Admission
Committee, for determination of merits of the candidates for the purpose of
admission in the professional post-graduate courses, in the Professional Educational
Colleges or Institutions of the State;

(g)

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) means an all India examination


conducted by the Indian Institutes of Technologies and the Indian Institute of
Science, Bangalore, on behalf of the National Co-ordinating Board-GATE, Ministry of
Human Resources Development (MHRD), Government of India, for the purpose of
admissions to the professional post- graduate engineering courses;

(h)

Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) means an all India examination


conducted by the AICTE, New Delhi for the purpose of admissions to the postgraduate pharmacy courses;

(i)

Help Centers means the center notified by the admission committee for facilitation
of the candidate for off campus online admission process;

(j)

Professional Post-graduate Courses for the purposes of these rules, means the
Master of Engineering, Master of Technology and Master of Pharmacy Courses, in the
Professional Educational Colleges or Institutions of the State;

(k)

Qualifying Examination means a Bachelors Degree


(a)

in engineering or technology for Master of Engineering or Technology;

(b)

in Pharmacy for Master of Pharmacy, obtained in AICTE approved courses,


from(i)
(ii)
(iii)

(l)

any of the Universities established or incorporated by the Central or the


State Act, or
any institution declared as deemed to be University under section 3 of
the University Grants Commission Act,1956 ( 3 of 1956), or
any other equivalent qualification recognised as such by the Government;

qualifying marks mean the marks which have been declared as qualifying marks for
assistantship every year either by GATE or GPAT as the case may be;

(m) sponsored candidate" means a candidate who is serving in the Government


Engineering College, Government Polytechnic, Grant-in-aid professional technical
college or institute, Unaided College or Institute, research and development
organization or industry; and who is sponsored or deputed for the professional postgraduate course under the existing scheme of the AICTE;

(2)
3.

(n)

University Grants Commission (UGC) means the University Grants Commission, a


statutory body constituted under section 4 of the University Grants Commission Act,
1956 (3 of 1956);

(o)

Website means the official website of the Admission Committee to carry out off
campus online admission process.

The words and expressions used in these rules but not defined shall have the meanings
assigned to them in the Act.

Admissions to Professional Post-Graduate Courses.(1)

Admissions to the First Year of the Professional Post-Graduate Courses shall be given as
under, namely:(a)

All the Government Seats shall be filled in on the basis of merit list prepared by the
Admission Committee.

(b)

All the Management Seats shall be filled in by the management of the respective

Professional Educational College or Institution, on the basis of inter-se merit list of


the students whose names appear in the merit list prepared by the Admission
Committee.
(2)

4.

The Admission Committee shall guide, supervise and control the entire process of
admission of candidates to the Professional Post-Graduate Courses in the Professional
Educational Colleges or Institutions.

Seats Available for Admission.(1)

For the purpose of admission to the first year of the Professional Post-Graduate Courses,
available seats shall include,A.

B.

Government Seats.(1)

All the sanctioned seats of the Professional Post-Graduate Courses in the


Government Colleges or Institutions of the State,

(2)

All the sanctioned seats of the Professional Post-Graduate Courses in the aided
Colleges or Institutions,

(3)

Seventy-five percent of the sanctioned seats of the Professional Post-Graduate


Courses in the unaided Colleges or Institutions, and

(4)

All supernumerary seats of the professional post-graduate courses in the


Government colleges or institutions and in the aided and unaided Colleges or
Institutions.

Management Seats.(1)

Twenty-five percent seats of the sanctioned seats of the Professional PostGraduate Courses in the unaided Colleges or Institutions, including fifteen
percent Non-Resident Indian seats,

(2)

The intimation received, in respect of sanction of seats, by the Committee three


days prior to the commencement of the first counseling program, shall be
considered as available seats, and

(3)

If any unaided College or Institution requests to fill up the Management Seats


by the Admission Committee, three days prior to the commencement of the
counseling program, such Management Seats shall also be considered as
available for giving admissions.

5.

Eligibility for Admission.(1)

(2)

(3)

For the purpose of admission, a candidate shall have,(a)

passed the qualifying examination in the relevant discipline, as specified in column 4


of Appendix I with 50% (45% of SC/ST/SEBC candidates) marks at the qualifying
examination, and

(b)

obtained the qualifying marks in GATE in the relevant discipline for engineering and
GPAT for pharmacy.

A sponsored candidate shall have,(a)

passed the qualifying examination in the relevant discipline, as specified in column 4


of Appendix I with 50% (45% of SC/ST/SEBC candidates) marks at the qualifying
examination, and

(b)

obtained the qualifying marks in GATE in the relevant discipline for engineering and
GPAT for pharmacy; and

(c)

minimum two years full time working experience in the academic, industrial or
research organisation in the relevant discipline in which the candidate is seeking
admission after passing qualifying examination as on 1stJuly, of the year in which
application for admission is made.

Notwithstanding anything contained in of sub-rule (1) and sub-rule (2), if seats remain
vacant after granting admission to the GATE/GPAT qualified candidates, such vacant seats
shall be filled in from amongst the candidates including sponsored candidates who have
(a)

passed the qualifying examination in the relevant discipline, as specified in column 4


of Appendix I with 50% (45% of SC/ST/SEBC candidates) marks at the qualifying
examination, and

(b)

appeared at Common Entrance Test (CET) in the current academic year for the
relevant discipline.

(4)

A sponsored candidate shall have minimum experience as specified in clause (c) of sub-rule
(2).

(5)

Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, admission in the Post-Graduate


Courses in(i)
Dhirubai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology,
Gandhinagar,
(ii) Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandinagar,
(iii) Nirma Univeristy, Ahmedabad,
(iv) Centre For Environmental Planning And Technology University, Ahmedabad, and
(v) all sanctioned seats including sponsored seats for the Welding Technology Course
conducted jointly by the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda and Larsen and
Toubro Ltd, Surat, shall be granted by these institutions/ Universities on the basis of
the merit order obtained in any All India Entrance Examination of repute.

6.

Reservation of Seats.(1) For the purpose of admission, the seats shall be reserved for the candidates who are of
Gujarat origin and falling under the following categories and in following proportion,
namely:(a) Scheduled Castes
: 7%
(b) Scheduled Tribes
: 15%
(c) Socially and Educationally Backward : 27%
Classes, including Widows and
orphan of any caste
(2) A candidate seeking admission on reserved seat shall be required to produce a Certificate of
Caste:
Provided that the candidate belonging to Socially and Educationally Backward Classes shall
be required to produce a certificate to the effect of non-inclusion in Creamy Layer in addition
to the caste certificate.
(3)

No caste certificate shall be valid unless it is duly stamped, signed and issued by the
authority empowered by the Government of Gujarat.

(4)

No certificate to the effect of non-inclusion in Creamy Layer shall be valid, unless it is


duly stamped, signed and issued by the authority empowered by the Government of
Gujarat. Such certificate shall have been issued on or after the 1st April of the academic
year in which the candidate is seeking admission.
If a candidate fails to submit the certificates as required under sub-rule (2) within the
stipulated time, his candidature shall be considered for admission under unreserved
category.

(5)

(6)

If a candidate of reserved category gets admission on unreserved seat in order of merits,


he may be given admission on the unreserved seat according to his preference. The
GATE/GPAT qualified candidates, who are qualified based on reserved category score, shall
be eligible only on reserved category seats.

(7)

The admission of a candidate of a reserved category on a reserved seat shall be valid


subject to the verification of caste certificate issued to him by the authority empowered
by the State Government in this behalf. In case the caste certificate is found to be invalid
on verification, he shall not have right to claim his admission on reserved seat and if he
has already been granted admission, such admission shall be cancelled. Admission of such
candidate may be continued in case of availability of vacant unreserved seats, subject to
the condition of eligibility of merit.

(8)

After granting admission to all the candidates of reserved categories on respective reserved
seats, the reserved category seats remaining vacant shall be transferred to the
unreserved category seats.

(9)

Reservation for Sponsored Candidates.(i)


(ii)
(iii)
(iv)

7.

The seats shall be reserved for the sponsored candidate in accordance with the
guidelines of the AICTE issued from time to time.
A candidate seeking admission on reserved seat shall be required to produce the
sponsorship letter.
No sponsorship letter shall be valid unless it is duly stamped, signed and issued by
the authority as may be determined by the Government.
The seats remaining vacant against the category of Sponsored candidates shall be
filled up from the merit list of unreserved category candidates.

Reservation For Physically Disabled Candidates.Three percent of the available seats in each category shall be reserved, in accordance
with the provisions of the Persons With Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of
Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995 (1 of 1996), for the persons with disability who can
perform the academic activities in the respective course. A candidate with disability shall
have to submit certificate of disability issued and duly signed by the Civil Surgeon.
Explanation : person with disability means a person suffering from not less than forty per
cent. of any disability as certified by a competent medical authority.

8.

9.

Reservation for the Children of Defense personnel and Ex-Servicemen.(1)

One percent of available seats shall be reserved for the children of Defense personnel and
Ex-Servicemen, for admission.

(2)

A candidate claiming admission against Ex-Servicemen category shall be required to submit a


certificate to that effect duly issued by the Director, Sainik Welfare Board, Gujarat State or
by the District Sainik Welfare Officer. In-Service Defense personnel shall be required to
submit certificate to that effect duly issued by the Commanding Officer of the respective
unit in which they are serving.

(3)

The seats remaining vacant against the category of Defense personnel and ExServicemen shall be filled up from the merit list of unreserved category candidates.

Distribution of Seats.For the purpose of admission, seats shall be distributed as follows, namely:A.

Government Seats.(1)

Notwithstanding anything contained in rule 4, ninety-five percent of all the


sanctioned Government seats of the Professional Post-Graduate Courses shall be
filled by the candidates who,-

(a) have passed the qualifying examination from any of the Universities or
institutes, or
(b)

(2)

(3)

B.

have passed Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination [Std. XII (10+2)
pattern] from any of the schools, or obtained Diploma in Engineering from any
of the Universities or institutes, situated in the State of Gujarat.

Five percent of all the sanctioned Government seats of the Professional PostGraduate Courses shall be filled by the candidates who(a)

have passed the qualifying examination from any of the Universities or


institutes, and

(b)

have passed Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination [Std. XII (10+2)
pattern] from any of the schools, or obtained Diploma in Engineering from any
of the Universities or institutes, situated outside state of Gujarat.

Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-rule (2), if any seat remains vacant which
were to be filled by the candidate falling under sub-rule (2), such vacant seat shall be
offered to and filled up by the candidate falling under sub-rule (1) and vice-versa.

Management Seats.Notwithstanding anything contained in rule 4, out of the twenty-five percent management
seats of the total sanctioned seats of the Professional Post-Graduate Courses in the
unaided Colleges or Institutions, ten percent seats of the total sanctioned seats of the
Professional Post-Graduate Courses shall be filled in by the candidates who(a)

have passed the qualifying examination from any of the Universities or institutes, or

(b)

have passed Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination [Std. XII (10+2) pattern]
from any of the schools, or obtained Diploma in Engineering from any of the
Universities or institutes, situated in the State of Gujarat.

10.

Supernumerary Seats.The supernumerary seats shall be filled in accordance with the directions of the AICTE, New Delhi
and the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India.

11.

Preparation of Merit List.The Admission Committee shall prepare and publish discipline-wise two separate merit-lists of
the candidates who have applied for admission in the prescribed form, within the prescribed
time limit and who are found eligible for admission under these rules, in the following manner,
namely:-

(1)

(2)

12.

(a)

The first merit list shall include the candidates who are eligible for admission under
sub-rules (1) and (2) of rule 5 the merit list shall be prepared on the basis of
marks/score obtained by such candidates in GATE/GPAT;

(b)

The second merit list shall include the candidates who are eligible for admission
under sub-rule (3) of rule 5 and merit list shall be prepared on the basis of marks
obtained by such candidates in Common Entrance test (CET);

(c)

The Merit list of the candidates belonging to reserved categories shall be prepared
separately.

The criteria for deciding merit order in case of candidates having equal merit marks shall be
in the following sequence, namely:(a)

Percentage of marks obtained at qualifying examination,

(b)

Date of Birth (candidate who is older in age shall be given priority).

Correction of Marks. In case of change in marks of a candidate in the Qualifying Examination, such candidate shall
produce a letter to that effect issued by the competent authority or the corrected mark sheet
issued by the Institutes/Universities, before the Admission Committee at least one day before
the commencement of admission process (counseling program) but not later than seven days
from the receipt of letter or, as the case may be, corrected mark-sheet. In such case, he shall be
placed at an appropriate order in the merit list.

13.

Registration for admission.(1)

A candidate seeking admission shall apply on-line, for the registration of his candidature,
on the web-site, within the time limit specified by the Admission Committee.

(2)

A candidate who intends to make application for admission in more than one discipline
shall require to make separate registration for each discipline provided he is eligible for
admission in other disciplines.

(3)

The Admission Committee shall, by advertisement in the prominent newspapers widely


circulated in the State, by web-site and by such other means, as it may consider
convenient, publish the date of registration, the list of Help Centers, last date for
submission of registration form, courses offered and such other information as may be
necessary in this behalf.

(4)

For the purpose of registration, a candidate shall be required to make payment of such
sum towards the Re g is t ra t i o n fee, etc. as determined by the Admission Committee.

(5)

Where a candidate has made more than one registration in the same discipline, the
registration made at the later stage shall be taken into consideration for admission and the
other registrations in the same discipline shall be treated as cancelled.

(6)

A candidate shall be required to obtain the print out of the registration form and shall sign
and submit the same, along with the self-attested copies of the requisite certificates and
testimonials as specified in the registration form, at the Help Centre. The candidate shall
have to produce for verification, the original certificates and testimonials of the documents
attached with the registration form, at the Help Center, within time-limit as may be
specified by the Admission Committee. An acknowledgement receipt for the same shall be
given by the person authorised by the Admission Committee.

(7)

The application of the sponsored candidate shall be submitted by the authority sponsoring
the candidate along with sponsorship letter. The candidate may submit one advance copy
of the application to the Admission Committee.

(8)

The Help Center may retain any original certificate or testimonial which it considers
necessary until the admission process is completed and issue the receipt of the same. Such
Help Center shall return the original certificate or testimonial to the candidate after
completion of the admission process.

(9) The candidate who is unable to produce the original certificates and testimonials necessary
for the purpose of admission at the time of registration within the time-limit prescribed in
sub-rule (6), may be registered for admission, subject to following conditions, namely:(i)

(ii)

14.

On payment of Rs.5,000/- (Rupees five thousand) to the Admission Committee as


security deposit by the candidate. If the candidate submits the required documents
within a period of five working days, the amount of the security deposit shall be
refunded after deducting Rs. 500/- (Rupees Five hundred) towards the administrative
expenditure;
In the event of failure to submit the original certificates and testimonials within the
time limit as aforesaid, the registration may be cancelled and the security deposit
may be forfeited.

Admission Procedure.The admission procedure shall be off campus online in the following manner, namely:(1)

The Admission Committee shall prepare merit lists of the eligible candidates who have
applied under sub-rule (1) of rule 13, after verification of the documents submitted under
sub-rule (6) of rule 13.

(2)

The merit lists shall be displayed on the web-site of the Admission Committee and by such
other means, as the Committee may consider convenient.

(3)

The Admission Committee shall publish the schedule of online counseling program on its
web-site, by advertisement in the prominent newspapers widely circulated in the State,
and by such other means, as it may consider convenient.

(4)

The candidate shall be required to indicate his discipline wise order of choices of courses
and colleges or institutions, online. Allotment of seats shall be made on the basis of merit,
category of the candidate and availability of seats. The allotment of seats shall be published

on the web-site of the Admission Committee. The candidates are required to obtain the
print out of the Information letter and bank fee receipt copies from the website.
(5)

The admissions shall be granted in the following order, namely:(a)

to those candidates whose names appear in the first merit list,

(b) if seats remains vacant, to those candidates whose names appear in the second
merit list.
(6)

The candidate shall be required to pay such fee, as may be determined by the Admission
Committee.

(7) On payment of tuition fees as required under sub-rule (6), either online payment or in the
branches of banks as specified, the admission allotted to the candidate shall get confirmed.
The candidate shall be required to login to his account to get the print out of the
Admissions Slip. In case, the candidate fails to pay the tuition fees within the prescribed
time limit as aforesaid, the admission offered to him shall be treated as cancelled. Such
candidate shall not be eligible to get admission on same course in the same institute in the
successive rounds of counseling.
(8)

15.

Where considerable number of seats falls vacant and it appears to the Committee to fill the
vacant seats, it may conduct the on-line admission process for upgradation/reshuffling of
seats. The candidate, who opts to partake in such process by giving online consent, shall be
considered for such rounds and the candidate may be upgraded in the choices given under
sub-rule (4). If the candidate gets the admission on the basis of up-gradation, then, his
admission granted earlier shall be treated as cancelled.

Fee.(1)

A candidate who gets admission in the Government or aided college or institution shall have
to pay such fees, as may be determined by the Government, at such stages, as may be
determined by the Admission Committee.

(2)

A candidate who gets admission in unaided colleges or institutions shall have to pay such
fees, as may be determined by the Fee Regulatory Committee constituted under section 9
of the Act, for unaided colleges or institutions, at such stages, as may be determined by
the Admission Committee.

(3)

If a candidate, who has paid the fees after getting admission, gets his admission cancelled
within time limit specified by the Admission Committee, his fees shall be refunded after
completion of the admission process, provided that the seat vacated by him is filled by
another candidate.

(4)

If a candidate who has paid the fees after getting admission and gets his admission changed
in another course and/or college or institution in the upgradation/reshuffling process, he
shall pay the difference of fees, if any, at the time of getting admission or, as the case may
be, fees shall be refunded after the completion of admission process.

16.

Change of Course or Institution.Except as provided in these rules, no candidate shall, after getting admission, be allowed to
change his course or, as the case may be, college or institution in any circumstance.

17.

Documents to be Attached with the registration form.(1)

The candidate shall submit the self-attested copies of the following documents with the
print out of registration form at Help Centre, namely:(i)

H.S.C. Examination (Std. 12th) Mark-sheet,

(ii)

Diploma in Engineering Examination

(iii)

Qualifying Examination Mark-sheet/ statement of marks of final year, (% equivalent


certificate is to be attached if the marks statement is in Grade/CPI/CGPA or any other
format except in % marks)

(iv)

Degree Certificate,

(v)

GATE/GPAT Score Card,

(vi) School Leaving Certificate or Transfer Certificate,


(vii) Caste certificate for a candidate belonging to Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes
(ST) and Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC), issued by the authority
empowered by the Government of Gujarat in this behalf,
(viii) Non Creamy Layer (NCL) certificate of the family, issued after 1st April of the relevant
academic year, by the authority empowered by the Government of Gujarat in this
behalf,
(ix)

Certificate of Physical Disability, issued and duly signed by the


Surgeon/competent authority, in case of a Physically Handicapped candidate,

Civil

(x)

Certificate of Ex-Serviceman, duly issued by the Director, Sainik Welfare Board,


Gujarat State or by the District Sainik Welfare Officer,

(xi)

A copy of certificate of In-Serviceman duly issued by the Commanding Officer of the


respective unit in which he is serving,

(xii) Sponsorship letter issued by the authority sponsoring, in case of sponsored


candidate,
(xiii) In case of sponsored candidate, experience certificate along with Form 16 under IT
Act, 1961, from the employer for last 2 years,
(xiv) Such other certificates as the Admission Committee deem necessary.
Note: The candidate shall attach only those copies which are necessary to be attached with
the application form.

18.

Ineligibility for admission on production of false documents.During verification of documents, if the Admission Committee/Help Centers finds any certificate
or testimony or information submitted by any candidate, incorrect or false, the candidature of
such candidate shall be cancelled for that year and he shall be disqualified for admission for the
period of next two years.

19.

20.

Cancellation of Admission and Refund of Fee.(1)

In case of cancellation of admission or transfer of candidate by the Admission Committee,


due to administrative reasons, the college or institution in which the candidate was
granted admission shall refund the fee collected by it, to such candidate.

(2)

(a)

In case of a candidate withdrawing his candidature before completion of admission


process, for any reason whatsoever, he may login to his account on the web-site of
the Admission Committee for online admission process and put the request for
cancellation of admission within the time limit specified by the Admission
Committee. In such case, the fee collected, if any, by the Admission Committee shall
be refunded to such candidate, subject to the condition of such vacated seat being
filled up by the Admission Committee;

(b)

After completion of online admission process and before declaration of schedule of


admission on vacant seats, if any candidate who has withdrawn his candidature in the
manner as provided in Para (a), the fees paid by him shall be refunded, subject to the
condition of such vacated seat being filled up by the institution, as per the directions of
Admission Committee and prevailing rules of AICTE.

(c)

A candidate desirous to withdraw his candidature after completion of admission on


vacant seats, for any reason whatsoever, shall have to request in writing in person to the
college or institution in which he is granted admission but he shall not be entitled to get
refund of the fees paid by him for getting admission.

(d)

In case of cancellation of admission at college or institute level on the request of the


student, he shall liable to pay the fees for the current semester and no college or
institution shall demand fee for further semesters.

Vacant Seats.(1)

After offering admission to all the candidates whose names appear in the merit list or
after completion of the online admission process, if the seats remain vacant, such vacant
seats shall be filled by the college or institution by preparing common merit list, in
accordance with the directions of the Admission Committee and in the manner prescribed
in sub-rule (2).

(2)

Admission Committee shall, by advertisement in the prominent newspapers widely


circulated in the state, by web-site and by such other means, as it may consider
convenient, display the details of vacant seats. Such vacant seats shall be filled by the
college or institution by inviting applications from the eligible candidates whose names
appear in merit list prepared by Admission Committee and prepare the inter-se-merit list.
(3) After allotting the seats to candidates mentioned in sub-rule (2 ), if any seat remains
vacant, the college or institution shall invite applications from the candidates who have
cleared the qualifying examination with minimum eligibility criteria prescribed in rule 5.
Such candidates shall be eligible for admission though they have neither qualified in
GATE/GPAT nor appeared in the Common Entrance Test of the corresponding year,
conducted by the Admission Committee.

21.

Admission to Unaided Colleges or Institutions.(1)

The Management Seats may be filled, by the management of the respective unaided
colleges or institutions based on the inter-se merit list of the candidates whose names
appear in the merit list prepared by the Admission Committee:
Provided that no candidate shall be admitted against the management seat unless his
name appears in the merit list prepared by the Admission Committee:
Provided further that where any Non Resident Indian seat remains vacant, such seat shall
be filled in from the Management Seat:
Provided also that where any management seat remains vacant, such seat shall be filled by
Admission Committee as Government Seat.

(2)

The admission process for filling up of Management Seats shall be carried out by the
management of the respective unaided colleges or institutions in accordance with the
procedure as may be determined by the Admission Committee.

(3)

The unaided colleges or institutions shall collect the fees, as may be determined by Fee
Regulatory Committee constituted under section 9 of the Act, and such other fees as
provided under the provisions of the Act.

(4) No college or institution shall retain the original documents or testimonial of the candidate.
In case of breach of such provision, the college or institution shall be liable to penalty as
specified in rule 22.
22.

Penalty.Any breach of any of the provisions of the Act, these rules and any directions issued by the
Government, or as the case may be, shall be liable for penalty as defined in the Act.

23.

Interpretation.In implementation of the provisions of these rules, if any difficulty or question arises as to the
interpretation of any provision, the decision of the State Government shall be final.

Appendix I
(See rule 2 (1) (e) and rules 5 (1), (2) and (3))

Eligibility For Professional Post-Graduate Courses


SR.
NO.
1
1

NAME OF POSTGRADUATE
DISCIPLINE
2
Civil Engineering

COURSE/SPECIALISATION

ELIGIBILITY

3
Water Resources Management
Water Resources Engineering
Hydraulic Structures
Irrigation and Water Management
Water Resources Engineering and
Management
Transportation Engineering
Transportation System Engineering
Highway and Transportation
Engineering
Structural Engineering
Structural Design
Computer Aided Structural
Analysis & design
Fracture Mechanics
Geotechnical Engineering
Soil Engineering
Construction Engineering and
Management
Civil Engineering
Infrastructure Engineering
Computer aided design of
Structures
Town and Country Planning
Construction Project Management

4
B.E./B.TECH. In Civil Engineering or
Irrigation and Water Management or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination.

B.E./B.TECH. in Civil Engineering or


equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination.

Mechanical
Engineering

CAD/CAM
Advance Manufacturing
Techniques/Systems
Computer aided Analysis & Design
Machine Design

Internal Combustion Engines and


Automobile
Automobile
Engineering/Technology
Cryogenics

Jet Propulsion and Gas Turbine

Production Engineering
Energy Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Mechanical (Production)
Thermal Science/Engineering
Thermal and Fluid Engineering
Thermal System and Design

B.E./B.TECH. in Mechanical Engineering


or Production Engineering or
Mechatronics Engineering or Industrial
Engineering or equivalent qualification
with minimum 50% (45% for
SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination.
B.E./B.TECH. in Mechanical Engineering
or Production Engineering or
Automobile Engineering or Industrial
Engineering or Mechatronics
Engineering or Marine Engineering or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination.
B.E./B.TECH. in Mechanical Engineering
or Automobile Engineering or Marine
Engineering or equivalent qualification
with minimum 50% (45% for
SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination.
B.E./B.TECH. in Mechanical Engineering
or equivalent qualification with
minimum 50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC
candidates) at the qualifying
examination.
B.E./B.TECH. in Mechanical Engineering
or Automobile Engineering or
Aeronautical Engineering or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Mechanical Engineering
or Production Engineering or
Automobile Engineering or Industrial
Engineering or Marine Engineering or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination.
B.E./B.TECH. in Mechanical Engineering
or Marine Engineering or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination

Mechanical Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Electrical
Engineering

Automation and Control / Power


Systems
High Voltage & Power system
Engineering
Automatic Control and Robotics

Electrical Power Engineering


Electrical Engineering

Industrial Electronics

Power Electronics and Electrical


Drives
Electrical Drives & Control

B.E./B.TECH. in Mechanical Engineering


or Production Engineering or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Industrial Engineering or
Mechanical Engineering or Production
Engineering or Mechatronics
Engineering or Automobile Engineering
or Aeronautical Engineering or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination.
B.E./B.TECH. in Electrical Engineering or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Electrical Engineering or
Electronics Engineering or Electronics
and Communication or Electronics and
Telecommunication Engineering or
Instrumentation and control
Engineering or Bio-medical Engineering
or Mechatronics Engineering or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Electrical Engineering or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. In Electrical Engineering or
Electronics Engineering or Electronics
and Communication Engineering or
Electronics and Telecommunication
Engineering or Instrumentation and
control Engineering or Electrical and
Electronics Engineering or Power
Electronics Engineering or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination

Microprocessor System and


Application

Power Electronics

Electronics and
Communication

Electronics and Communication


Engineering
Electronics and Communication
Systems Engineering
Communication Systems
Engineering
Communication
Digital Communication
Wireless Communication System
and Network
Signal Processing and VLSI
Technology
Embedded System Technology
Wireless Communication
Technology
VLSI and Embedded System
VLSI and Embedded System
Design
Microelectronics & VLSI design
VLSI system design
Signal Processing and
Communications

Instrumentation
and Control
Engineering

Applied Instrumentation

Instrumentation and Control


Engineering

Process Control & Instrumentation

B.E./B.TECH. in Electrical Engineering or


Electronics Engineering or Electronics
and Communication Engineering or
Electronics and Telecommunication
Engineering or Instrumentation and
Control Engineering or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Power Electronics or
Electronics Engineering or Electronics
and Communication Engineering or
Electrical Engineering or Industrial
Electronics Engineering or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. In Electronics and
Communication Engineering or
Electronics and Telecommunication or
Electronics Engineering or Information
and Communication technology or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination

B.E./B.TECH. in Instrumentation and


Control Engineering or Power
Electronics Engineering or Electronics
and Communication Engineering or
Electronics and Telecommunication
Engineering or equivalent qualification
with minimum 50% (45% for
SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination

Chemical
Engineering

Computer Aided Process Design

B.E./B.TECH. in Chemical Engineering/


Technology or Petroleum and
Petrochemical Technology or Rubber
Technology or Plastic Technology or
Biotechnology or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination

Polymer Technology

B.E./B.TECH. in Chemical Engineering/


Technology or Polymer Engineering or
Rubber Technology or Plastic
Technology or Biotechnology or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination

Plastics Engineering

Rubber Technology
Petrochemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering

Surface Science and


Nanotechnology

Environment
Engineering

Environment Management

Environmental Engineering

Metallurgy

Materials Technology

Industrial Metallurgy

B.E./B.TECH. in Chemical Engineering/


Technology or Petroleum &
Petrochemical Technology or
Biotechnology or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Chemical Engineering/
Technology or Biotechnology or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Environment
Engineering or Civil Engineering or
Chemical Engineering/ Technology or
Biotechnology or Environment Science
& Technology/Engineering or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination.
B.E./B.TECH. in Metallurgy or
Metallurgy and Materials Engineering or
Mechanical Engineering or Production
Engineering or equivalent qualification
with minimum 50% (45% for
SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Metallurgy or
Metallurgy and Materials Engineering or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination

Textile Engineering

Man-Made Textile

Textile Chemical Processing

Textile Engineering/Technology

10

Computer
Engineering and
Information
Technology

11

Bio- medical
Engineering

12

Networking,
Communication
and Web
Technology

Computer Engineering
Computer Science and
Technology/Engineering
Information Technology
Wireless and Mobile Computing
IT Systems and Network Security
Information and Cyber warfare
Cyber Security
Software Engineering
Data Science & Analytics
High performance computing
Bio- medical Instrumentation

Networking and Communication

B.E./B.TECH. in Textile Technology or


Textile Engineering or Textile Processing
or equivalent qualification with
minimum 50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC
candidates) at the qualifying
examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Textile Chemistry or
Fibre Technology or Wet Processing or
Textile Processing or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Textile Technology or
Textile Engineering or Textile Processing
or Jute and Fibre Technology or Textile
Manufacturing or Textile Maintenance
or equivalent qualification with
minimum 50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC
candidates) at the qualifying
examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Computer
Engineering/Technology or Computer
Science and Engineering or Information
Technology Engineering or Information
and Communication technology or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination

B.E./B.TECH. in Bio- medical Engineering


or Bio- medical and Instrumentation
Engineering or Instrumentation &
Control Engineering or equivalent
qualification with minimum 50% (45%
for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Computer
Engineering/Technology or Computer
Science and Engineering or Information
Technology or Electronics and
Communication Engineering or
equivalent qualification with minimum
50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at
the qualifying examination.

Web Technology

13

Mechatronics
Engineering

Mechatronics Engineering

14

Pharmacy

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutical technology and
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacology
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacognosy
Clinical Pharmacy
Pharm Technology
Pharmaceutical Bio-Technology
Industrial Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Medical Chemistry
New Drug Delivery System
Pharmaceutical Analysis
Pharmacognosy and
Phytochemistry
Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Technology
Herbal Drug Technology
Drug regulatory affairs
Quality assurance techniques
Pharmaceutical Management
regulatory affairs
Pharmacology and toxicology
Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)
Quality Assurance and drug
regulatory affairs
Pharmaceutical Management and
Drug Regulatory Affairs

B.E./B.TECH. in Computer
Engineering/Technology or Computer
Science and Engineering or Information
Technology or equivalent qualification
with minimum 50% (45% for
SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination
B.E./B.TECH. in Mechatronics
Engineering or Mechanical Engineering
or Electronics and Communication
Engineering or Electronics and
Telecommunication or Electronics
Engineering or equivalent qualification
with minimum 50% (45% for
SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination
B. Pharm or equivalent qualification
with minimum 50% (45% for
SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at the
qualifying examination

Note:The Government of India, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Department of Secondary and
Higher Education, New Delhi under notification No. F.24-6/2002/TS.III dated the 16th January, 2006,
has decided to recognize the following 15 courses of Section A and B examination as revised, conducted
by the Institution of Engineers (India) 8 Gokhale Road, Kolkata or associate membership of the
Institution of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers, New Delhi or Indian Institute of Chemical
Engineers, Kolkata or any another institute whose membership is recognized by the Government as
equivalent to degree in the appropriate branch of engineering of the recognized Universities of India.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Aerospace Engineering
Agriculture Engineering
Architectural Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Environmental engineering
Marine engineering
Material and Metallurgical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mining Engineering
Production Engineering
Textile Engineering

Note: Above admission modality is just for information and guidance only. For admission notification and
latest update, please refer website www.jacpcldce.ac.in

ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY:
As per Gujarat Technological University, academic council resolution the university has accorded eligibility to
following for admission to ME/M. Tech. courses for the year 2015-16
1. B.E./B. Tech. in Automobile branch for admission to Master of Engineering/Technology courses in
CAD/CAM and Thermal Engineering course.
2. B. E. /B. Tech. in Environment Science and Technology branch for admission to Master of
Engineering/Technology courses in Chemical Engineering course.
3. B. E. /B. Tech. in Manufacturing Engineering branch for admission to Master of Engineering/Technology
courses in Mechanical Engineering course.

3. INSTRUCTIONS/GUIDELINES FOR ONLINE ADMISSION


All the candidates hereby informed that all the activities of admission described in this chapter can
be performed within stipulated time limit as declared by Admission Committee, and refer the
admission schedule declared by Admission Committee time to time.
User ID and PIN can be obtained by the candidate by paying Rs. 1000/- in cash, from any of the
designated branches of Punjab National Bank. The details of the branches of Punjab National
Bank, from which User ID and PIN can be obtained, are given in List of Bank Branches. Refer
Annexure III
3.1

PROCEDURE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION:


1. Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination as per eligibility criteria mentioned
in Appendix - I of amendment of admission rules, 2015 are eligible for registration.

The candidates seeking admission are advised to study the admission rules vide Education
department, Government of Gujarat Notification NO.GH/SH/37/2013/PVS/102013/404/S
dated the 26th June, 2013 and Notification No GH/SH/26/2015/PVS/102011/335/S Dated
16th June, 2015. However in case of a candidate applying without being eligible his
registration will be summarily rejected and his registration fee will be forfeited. No
correspondence will be entertained in this matter.

Both GATE/GPAT qualified candidates and non GATE/GPAT candidates shall have to apply
online to become eligible for admission

Before applying online, the applicant has to purchase PIN cover containing User ID and 14
digit PIN costing Rs. 1000/- (non-refundable) in cash only from designated branches of
Punjab National Bank between 06/7/2015 to 10/7/2015 during 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
(10:00 AM to 1:00 PM on Saturdays) The list of designated branches is available in this
booklet (Refer Annexure III).

The eligible Candidate should apply to appropriate discipline for which he is eligible as per
eligibility criteria shown in Appendix I of amendment of admission rules 2015.

If he is eligible for more than one discipline, he can apply for as many disciplines, provided
he has to purchase a separate PIN cover for each discipline.

Eligible Students have to log on to the website www.gujacpcadm.nic.in from anywhere on


the internet for Online Registration. The window as shown in Fig 3.1 will appear on the
computer screen.

Fig 3.1 Screen of www.gujacpcadm.nic .in


2.

To register as a new user click New Users Click Here button. By doing so, New Registration
window will be displayed on the computer screen as shown in Fig. 3.2.

Fig. 3.2 Screen of New Registration Window


3.

The candidate has to choose his course name by selecting the option of choice for M.E. /
M. Tech. or M. Pharm. from the combo and wait till the other details appear on the
computer screen as Fig. 3.3

Fig. 3.3 Screen of New Registration Window


4.

After that, Enter User ID, 14 digit PIN (As supplied with pin cover) and Green number and click
SUBMIT button. Then, the Online Registration Form window will be displayed on the computer
screen as shown in Fig.3.4

Fig. 3.4 Screen of Online Registration Form

5.

6.

7.

The candidate has to fill up all the relevant details in the required format as displayed in Online
Registration Form (Fig. 3. 4). After mentioning name of passing degree, all the eligible Name of
discipline applying for shall appear, the candidate shall select, any one and go ahead and complete
the registration process for that particular discipline. In case he wishes to apply for another discipline,
the procedure for same is discussed below. For GATE qualified candidates separate details of GATE
details shall appear in addition to above screen of Fig 3.4
Similarly for Sponsored candidates, separate details related to Details of Experience shall appear in
addition to above screen of Fig 3.4.
After that, the candidate has to enter a password by entering with at least 6 (six) and
maximum 12 (twelve) alphanumeric characters with at least one special character and one
capital letter. Re-enter the same password at the space marked as Confirm Password. For
future transaction the candidate has to use the same User ID, PIN and password only. Thus
candidate has to remember the password for subsequent login.
The candidate has to upload his recent color passport size photograph in jpg/png/bmp format
of maximum 20 kb size.
*Caution : Please do not share your password, USER ID and PIN with anyone.
Verify the entries made and if every detail found correct then choose I accept option at the
bottom of the form, if the declaration is acceptable. If the candidate selects I accept
option, he will be allowed to click the Submit Registration Detail button. In case any
mandatory information not filled then registration will not be completed. In such case the
incomplete fields will be highlighted by * with red colour or message will be displayed.
Provide the incomplete information and go ahead with click Submit Registration Detail button.
By doing so, an Instruction window will appear as shown in Fig. 3.5. To get the print out of
Registration details click on Click here caption.

Fig. 3.5 Instruction window

* In case of misuse disciplinary action up to cancellation of admission shall be initiated.


Thereafter a Registration window will appear on computer screen as shown in Fig. 3. 6 Candidate will
find a number against Select Registration No. This shall be the registration No. of the candidate for the
particular discipline. The candidates are advised to remember this along with User I. D. for all future
communications.

Fig. 3.6 Registration window


As soon as candidate selects the registration number candidate will get his Registration Details in
Registration Detail window as shown in Fig. 3.7

Fig. 3.7 Registration Detail window


The candidate has to check all his details shown. If any of the details shown is not correct than he
can edit / update the details by clicking on option Edit Registration Details provided at the
bottom of window or at the top of window.
If candidate is sure than only he should click on Confirm Registration Details. Once Registration
is confirmed the candidate cannot edit the details.
8.

The candidate will be able to take printout of the Registration Details only after pressing Confirm
Registration Details button. The candidate can click the Print Your Details button for printing
Registration Details page, refer Fig. 3.8

Fig. 3.8 Registration Detail window


If a candidate is eligible to apply in more than one discipline, at a time of On line Registration he will
get all the disciplines for which he is eligible to apply in Name of Discipline Applying for: option in
On-Line Registration Form. He can choose any one and can fill up the details. He can apply for other
discipline only after giving confirmation for at least one discipline. After giving confirmation for one
discipline he can apply by clicking on Registration for Other Discipline in Registration details as
shown in Fig. 3.9 and accordingly apply for another disciplines after filling details as shown below

Fig. 3.9 Registration For Other Discipline window


To apply for other Discipline candidate has to enter Another User Id and Another Pin No
(Purchase from Bank) and click on Submit Registration Details button. By doing so he can apply
for another discipline. To get the Registration Details of other Discipline, he has to click on
Registration Details option provided at top of the window. Refer Fig. 3.10

Fig. 3.10
By selecting respective Registration No. available against Select Registration No he can get the
Registration Details of that discipline and can get print out of Registration Details of that
Discipline.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

For the confirmation of registration at Help Centre, all candidates have to take printout of the
Registration Details (two copies) for each discipline separately, self- attested copies of all
relevant documents (as per the list mentioned at the bottom of the Registration Details) should
be attached with the Registration Details. Candidate has to compulsorily sign the Registration
Details at the space provided.
The candidate then has to reach at any designated Help Centre (Refer Annexure II) with
Registration Details and its attachments for each discipline separately, to submit at Help
Centre and to collect Registration acknowledgement Slip cum Hall ticket for PGCET 2015
separate for each discipline. He has to carry original documents for verification at Help Centre.
Thus if a candidate has applied for two disciplines, he has to submit registration form
separately for both disciplines and collect Registration acknowledgment slip separately for
both disciplines.
The candidates falling under following class/category have to report only at Help centre at L. D.
College of Engineering, Ahmedabad for document verification. This centre shall accept the
registration forms of following candidates ONLY. Accordingly, candidates of below mentioned
category are hereby informed to report at Help centre at L. D. College of Engineering,
Ahmedabad only.

All GATE qualified candidates

All Sponsored category candidates

All outside Gujarat candidates


(Outside Gujarat candidates means a candidate who has passed both XII (Science)/Diploma
Engg. and B.E./B. Tech./B. Pharm. from schools/institute/universities situated outside Gujarat
state)
The officer at the Help Centre will verify the Registration Details and photocopies of relevant
documents with originals. The officer will retain Registration Details and set of self attested
documents, and issue the Registration acknowledgement Slip cum Hall ticket for PGCET 2015 with signature and seal to the Candidate. It is mandatory for all candidates even for
those whose results is awaited to confirm the registration at Help Centre and obtain
Registration acknowledgement Slip cum Hall ticket for PGCET 2015 without which candidate
shall not be eligible for the further admission process.
In case of Non GATE/Non GPAT candidates, the applicant has to appear for PGCET-2015 in the
discipline he has applied for and if he has applied for more than one discipline he has to appear
for the PGCET in as many disciplines as per his application for admission. The detail discipline
wise program for PGCET 2015 shall be available after completion of registration process on
committees website.
The candidates who have appeared in the final semester examination of qualifying exam. and
their result is awaited are also eligible to apply provided they pass the qualifying examination
with minimum 50% (45% for SC/ST/SEBC candidates) at qualifying examination. However, the
merit number in such cases will be allotted, if the mark sheet and provisional degree certificate
of passing of qualifying examination is submitted within the scheduled time limit.

15.

After admitting GATE/GPAT qualified candidates as per merit of the valid GATE/GPAT qualifying
marks/score, the vacant seats if any, will be filled as per merit secured in PGCET 2015.

16.

The candidates who have passed qualifying examination with a mark sheet having SPI/CPI/CGPA/
Grade shall have to produce percentage equivalent certificate issued by university/institute from
where they have passed the qualifying examination.
For GTU candidates, the conversion formula for CGPA to equivalent % is follows:
% Equivalent marks = (CGPA- 0.5) x 10

17.

All the GATE/GPAT Qualified candidates shall have to submit Self attested copy of GATE/GPAT
score card.

18.

The application of the sponsored candidate shall be submitted by the Institute /authority
sponsoring the candidate along with sponsorship letter. The sponsored candidate also shall have
to apply online to become eligible for admission Further they shall have to attach copy of
experience certificates, Form 16 Under IT Act, 1961 for last 2 years from the employer and
sponsorship certificate (standard format) in addition to other requisite certificates/documents.

19.

The caste certificate/Non inclusion in creamy layer certificate for SEBC category/Medical
Certificate for Physically Handicapped candidate /Ex-serviceman category certificate
/Sponsorship certificate etc should be duly stamped, signed and issued by the authority
empowered by Government of Gujarat.

20.

The candidate belonging to SEBC category shall have to produce to the effect of non-inclusion in
Creamy Layer(Parishista K in Gujarati version), in addition to caste certificate; such certificate
shall have been issued on or after the 1st April 2015.

21.

The acknowledgement slip and a photo identity proof in original must be produced at the time
of the PGCET-2015 for verification. No candidate shall be permitted to appear in the PGCET2015 without the valid acknowledgement slip. It must be preserved even after the PGCET-2015
and it should be presented as and when required during admission process.

22.

The Examination number for PGCET 2015 is your User I. D. / Registration number allotted to you
by this committee. If there is change in the examination Number, the same shall be notified on
the Admission Committee Website one day before the PGCET 2015 schedule date.

23.

Incomplete registration forms and without self attestation or incomplete documents are liable to
be cancelled/rejected.

24.

No separate call letter shall be issued for appearing in PGCET-2015. The candidate shall have to
remain present as per schedule mentioned in admission schedule at his own cost.

25.

The candidates shall have to bring all original certificates/ testimonials/documents for
verification at the time of reporting at help center during registration process.

26.

The admission on Sponsored seats shall be as per Government of Gujarat Post graduate
Admission rules, guidelines and AICTE guidelines.

27.

After successful completion of registration process, conductance of PGCET - 2015, provisional


merit number (rank) will be allotted on a stipulated date. Candidate will be able to view
provisional merit number (rank) with his user ID on website www.gujacpcadm.nic.in under
Registration Details button OR can also view on website www.jacpcldce.ac.in After that
candidate can start filling their choices related to their Discipline applied for and
Course/Specialization based on B.E. passing degree and Discipline applied for.

28.

Important note: It is the responsibility of the admitting institution/university to award the MHRD
scholarship/assistantship to only those candidates who have secured marks equal to or more
than the qualifying mark in the concerned GATE/GPAT discipline and for the corresponding
category of the candidate. The management of the postgraduate scholarship/assistantship is also
the responsibility of the admitting institution/university. The admission committee has no role in
the award or disbursement of scholarship/assistantship. Thus, mere admission as GATE/GPAT
qualified candidates, does not guarantees MHRD Scholarship/assistantship.

29.

The Name of Post Graduate Discipline and Name of course/specialization as mentioned in


the list of participating institutes in Annexure I of this booklet is for Admission
purpose only, it has no co-relation with the nomenclature of the degree awarded by the
Concerned Institute/ University. The Candidate are hereby advised to contact the respective
Institute/ University before securing admission, for the exact nomenclature of the degree
awarded and their detailed syllabus for different courses / specialization as stated in list of
institutes (Annexure I). The Admission committee has no role in the nomenclature of the
Degree awarded and their syllabus of the concerned Institute / University.

30.

In case of GATE/GPAT qualified candidate the candidate shall be eligible as per his category in
the respective discipline based on qualifying scores as announced by GATE/GPAT coordinating
bodies. A reserved category candidate shall be eligible on unreserved seat provided he is
having qualifying score for unreserved category. However, he shall be eligible on reserved seat
if he is having qualifying score for concerned category and discipline.

31. If the information submitted by any candidate is found to be fraudulent, incorrect or untrue at
any stage (even after provisional admission), the seat allotted (if any) will be cancelled without
any further reference. Moreover, such candidate may no longer be considered eligible for
admission and will also be liable for legal action.

3.2

PROCEDURE FOR CHOICE FILLING


For choice filling, Login to www.gujacpcadm.nic.in and click on Registered User Click Here
button. Candidate can fill choices through internet from anywhere.

Fig. 3.11 Screen of www.gujacpcadm.nic.in


By doing so, you will be directed to Login page as shown in Fig. 3.12.
Provide correct details in required fields and press SUBMIT button.
Now you will be directed to Candidate Home Page as shown in Fig.3.1 3.

Fig. 3.12 Screen of Candidate Login Page

Fig. 3.13 Screen of Candidate Home Page

For performing different activities in candidates account different options are given.

Option
Home
Logout
Registration Details
Available Choices

Activity that can be performed


To come back to Home Page
To Exit your login account
To view Registration Details
Candidate can see all the choices available to him
according to his eligibility. Also candidate can sort the
choices district-wise and/or institute -Wise

Fill Choices

Candidate can fill the choices from the available choices


and set the priority of choices subsequently.
Candidate can see the priority of choices filled and saved
by him
Candidate can reset the password for the security purpose.
After the final allotment of seats to candidate, he can
see the details of allotted course and institute and can
get print of the Information Letter.
Payment Slip for the payment of tuition fees.

Filled Choices
Change Password
Result- Information
letter
Print Payment Slip

To cancel the confirmed admission in respective rounds of


Admission Details admission
Admission Cancel
Print Admission Cancel To print the receipt of the admission cancellation
Slip

Re-admission
Print Admission Slip

To re-instate the cancelled admission in respective round of


admission
To print Admission Slip

Reshuffling

The candidate who wishes to take part in next round of


admission, has to give consent by clicking Yes button.
(This button will be visible after completion of first
actual round of admission.)

Complaint

To lodge complaint/grievances during the admission


process
Candidate can view his previous login details and
activities performed at any time.

History

For filling up the choices, click on Available Choices and candidate can see all available choices of
his eligible discipline. There will be many options of available choices for candidate. The candidate
can sort his choices according to institute name, type and district wise etc. (Fig. 3.14) If the candidate
has applied for more than one discipline in case of M.E./M. Tech candidates, choices of all
disciplines as per his application and eligibility criteria will be shown. The candidate can give
priority from all the available choices consisting of different disciplines as per his application.
Based on his priority the allotment shall be done. Since the admission is online and priority of choices
is an important parameter in allotment of seat, all candidates are advised to fill choices and priority
with utmost care and precision. It is to be noted, the allotment is done based on choices and
priorities filled by candidate himself. The admission committee has no role in choice filling process by
the candidate concerned.

Fig. 3.14 Screen of Available Choices

The candidate can fill single choice as well as multiple choices at one time.
For filling up single choice, by clicking on ADD button in LEFT grid, one can
fill single choice at one time and the choice will be shifted and displayed in
RIGHT grid after the previously selected choices as shown in Fig. 3.15.

Fig. 3.15 Screen of Add Choices


For filling up multiple choices, the candidate has to select all the choices by
clicking square box on the left side in LEFT grid and press the Add Multiple Choice
button, by doing so, all the selected choices will be displayed in the RIGHT grid.
The candidate has to give priority of choices by move choice function or by swap
choice function.
Using Move Choice Function, the candidate, by entering the current choice
number [5] in the box and the choice number to which it is to be shifted [2] in
the box, can get the current choice number [5] shifted between choices 1 and 3.
Using Swap Choice Function, candidate can interchange any two choice priorities.
For this, candidate will have to enter choice numbers which are to be
interchanged in the boxes provided.

Fig. 3.16 Move/swap Choice


The candidate has to press SAVE AND CONTINUE button for saving the filled choices. After filling all
choices he has to enter SAVE AND EXIT button (Refer Fig.3.16).
The candidate has to lock his final choices within the stipulated time limit. On clicking Lock Choices
button a message Enter your 14 digit PIN number will be displayed. By entering your PIN,
choices will be locked. After locking, and within stipulated time period, if candidate wants to modify
choice, he should click on Modify Choices button (refer fig 3.17) then he will be redirected to Choice
Filling page. If he wants to modify the locked choices, click on Unlock Choice button by entering
your 14 digit PIN number he can unlock the filled choices. Repeat the same procedure of locking of
choices mentioned earlier.

Fig. 3.17 Filled Choices

The candidate can also get print out of filled choices by pressing Print filled choice Button.

3.3

MOCK (TRIAL) ROUND :


There will be one mock (trial) round of seat allotment prior to the actual seat allotment.
During the mock round the candidates have to fill their choices online within specified time
schedule. After that as per the counseling schedule the result will be declared. The
candidates can see their result by login on the website www.gujacpcadm.nic.in. After the
declaration of the result of mock round, candidates can go through the cut-off marks/Rank of
the different institutes as per his eligible course so that they can get an idea for the filling
the choices for the actual rounds. After declaration of result of mock round, the candidates
can add/edit/delete/modify their Choices for regular (actual) round of counseling.

3.4

ALLOTMENT OF SEATS OF ACTUAL ROUND:


1. As per the schedule placed on the website, after completion of Mock Round as per above
Steps, the candidates can add/edit/delete/modify their Choices for regular (actual) round of
counseling during the stipulated time schedule. After the choice filling period is over for Actual
Round, the ACPC will process for allotment of seats and declare the status of allotment on the
website www.gujacpcadm.nic.in. The candidates can view their status of allotment by login
with their own user ID and password.
2. The statistics of the latest status of allotment of seats will also be available on the website
www.gujacpcadm.nic.in and or on www.jacpcldce.ac.in.
3. After declaration of results of allotment of seats, if the candidate gets any seat, he can get
Information Letter along with bank fee challan showing requisite tuition fees to be paid, by
clicking on the link Result and thereafter on Information Letter (as shown in Fig. 3.18). If the
candidate didnt get any seat then message will be shown as Sorry! You did not get any seat.
The candidate who has been allotted a seat, shall take the printout of the Information Letter of
seat allotment (two copies). The candidate wishes to pay fees at bank has to take print out of a
Payment Slip and those who wishes to make the payment online either using debit/credit card
or net banking facility can do so by clicking on Make Online Payment button. The allotment
of seat in any course at any institute shall be subject to approval from AICTE and affiliation
from affiliating university at the time of allotment. In case any course at any institute is not
fulfilling the above criteria at the time of allotment, no allotment shall be made to that
particular course.

Fig.3.18 Information Letter

3.5 PROCEDURE FOR CONFIRMATION OF ALLOTTED ADMISSION


1.

The successful candidate has to pay by cash the requisite amount of tuition fee at any of
designated branches of Punjab National Bank or through online payment within the time limit
specified by the Admission Committee. By doing so, the admission allotted to the candidate get
automatically confirmed. Then candidate has to click on Admission Detail, thereafter click on
Print Admission Slip link, by doing so, candidate can get the print of Admission Slip (Fig. 3.19)
after entering in to his login ID.

3.19 Screen of Admission Slip


2.

The candidate, who has been allotted seat, but does not deposit the prescribed fee by the due
date, his particular admission will automatically be cancelled. Therefore, the candidates are
advised to deposit their fee within the stipulated time limit without fail. However he can take
part in the next round of counseling, if any, provided he has to give online consent during the
specified time limit but such candidate shall not be eligible to get admission on the particular
seat allotted to him in subsequent phases of admission.

3.

Those candidates whose Payment Slip generated with zero fee need not go to the bank. They
have to confirm their admission online by using their user ID and password. For confirmation of
their admission such candidates have to click on Result > Information Letter, then a message as
shown in Fig. 3.20 will be displayed. To confirm their admission, click on Accept button. Those
candidates who click on Decline button, their allotted admission will not be confirmed, and such
candidates shall not be eligible to claim the particular seat allotted to them in the subsequent
phases of admission, if any. Those candidates who accept the admission can get the print of
Admission Slip (Fig. 3.19) after entering in to their login ID.

Fig. 3. 20 Admission Confirmation in case of Zero Fee

4.

Now, if the admitted candidate is NOT willing to participate in the next round of admission in
order to upgrade his admission, he has to immediately report to the allotted Institute for
enrolment with Information Letter, Admission Slip Bank Challan / Online Fee Receipt and
photo copies of all documents. The candidate is not required to submit original
certificates/documents at the institute. Here, the candidate is not required to make any payment in
any manner/on any head until and unless the admission of the current year declared closed officially
by ACPC.

3.6

TO CANCEL THE ADMISSION AND THEREAFER RE-INSTATE THE ADMISISON


1.

After confirmation of admission in particular phases of admission, if the candidate wishes to


cancel his admission within the schedule prescribed by the Committee, he has to click on
Admisison Cancel (Ref. Fig. 3.21) button by login in the website with his user ID and
password. By doing so, his present status of the admission will be displayed and by clicking
the Submit for Cancellation button (as shown in Fig. 3.22), the details of cancellation can be
seen. If the candidate wants to cancel the admission which has already confirmed, he has to
click on OK button shown in Fig. 3.22. Thereafter SMS containing OTP (One Time Password)
will be sent on the mobile number which was registered by the candidate at the time of
registration. On typing the OTP number (See Fig. 3.23) the admission will be cancelled
online. Thereafter such candidate cannot take part in the further process of admission.

Fig. 3.21 Online Cancellation of Admission


2.

To reinstate the admission: The candidate who wants to reinstate the admission, cancelled
by them as per (1) above, they have to give consent by clicking on Re-Admission button on
the Admission Detail menu (see Fig. 3.21) after login to the portal by using their login ID
and password. By doing so, OTP (One Time Password) will be sent through SMS on the
mobile number registered at the time of registration. On typing the OTP number as
procedure followed in (1) above the admission can re-instate online. The candidate has to
take the print out of the re-instate admission slip.

Fig. 3.22 Online Cancellation of allotted seat

Fig. 3.23 OTP for online cancellation of Admission

3.7

NEXT ROUND OF COUNSELING


1. After declaration of first allotment of seats by the ACPC and online confirmation of admission,
by the candidates within the stipulated time limit, the ACPC will declare Vacant Seats, if any,
on the website www.gujacpcadm.nic.in and on www.jacpcldce.ac.in
2. After declaration of Vacant Seats, if the Admission Committee decides to conduct one more
round of counseling, the candidates will be given certain time period to give consent online for
participation in the next round. While giving consent for next round of counseling, the
candidates can upgrade their choices and/or fill new choices if they want to do so, otherwise
their choices given earlier will remain unchanged and allotment will be made accordingly.
3. In case a candidate is WILLING to participate and take part in the next round of counseling in
order to upgrade his admission choice, he is NOT required to report at the college allotted in
the previous round. In this case, the candidate can wait until the allotment of seat in the next
counseling declares. The candidates, who have not been allotted any seats in the first
counseling, will have to give online consent for participation in the next round of admission
process. The candidates who have been allotted seats in the first counseling and are still keen
to participate in the next round of counseling can also take part in the counseling process after
giving online consent. To participate in the next round of counseling process, the candidate
has to login using his Login ID on the website www.gujacpcadm.nic.in during the specified time
limit and click on Reshuffling button.

3.8 COMPLAINTS/GRIEVANCES:
Any candidate, during the period of admission process, wants to lodge complaint/grievance
against any institution; he has to register his complaint/grievance through online by login his
Login ID on the website www.gujacpc.nic.in during the specified time limit. To do so, the
candidate has to click on Complaint button at the menu bar on the top of the screen (Fig.3.24).
In the text box provided as Description of Complaint the candidate has to type the details of
complaints briefly. The candidate may upload document, if any, in support to the
complaint/grievance by clicking Browse button. Thereafter, the candidate can view the status
of his complaint by clicking View button at the menu bar on the top of the screen (Fig.3.25).

Fig. 3.24 Online registration of Complaint / Grievance

Fig. 3.25 Online complaint details


3.9

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR GATE/GPAT QUALIFIED CANDIDATES:


It is the responsibility of the admitting institution/university to award the MHRD
scholarship/assistantship to only those candidates who have secured marks equal to or more
than the qualifying mark in the concerned GATE/GPAT discipline and for the corresponding
category of the candidate. The management of the postgraduate scholarship/assistantship is
also the responsibility of the admitting institution/university. The admission committee has no
role in the award or disbursement of scholarship/assistantship. Thus, mere admission as
GATE/GPAT qualified candidates, does not guarantees MHRD Scholarship/assistantship.

4. MANAGEMENT QUOTA (M.Q.) GUIDELINES


GUIDELINES FOR FILLING UP MANAGEMENT QUOTA (INCLUDING NRI SEATS)
Guidelines for filling up Management Seats:
(1) Each institute will have to conduct admission process in a fair, transparent & non-exploitative
manner and non eligible candidate should be denied issuing or accepting his/her admission form.
(2) Each institute would nominate one Nodal Officer from their institute for granting admission on
Management Seats. Name of Nodal Officer with telephone number should be informed to the
Admission Committee. Student as well as Admission Committee may contact Nodal Officer in
connection with any complaint related to the Admission and Nodal Officer will have to solve all such
complaints within the time limit.
(3) Each institute would follow the time table given by the Admission Committee for granting
admission on Management Seats. The list of admitted students will have to be uploaded on PI
(Participant Institute) module of NIC web portal without fail.
(4) Individual institution or group of institutions on a common platform may conduct admission
process of Management Seats. All details regarding admission should be published in any one of the
leading news papers in the State having circulation of 50,000 or more copies and also on institutes
website. At least 7 working days are to be provided for filling up and acceptance of admission forms.
The schedule of admission process should include dates for distribution and acceptance of admission
forms, declaration of merit list and date and placed for counseling should invariably be published in a
single advertisement and the entire details are to be provided to the Admission Committee.
(5) The institute will have to maintain a record of distribution and acceptance of admission forms in a
separate register. The institute will have to prepare merit list (inter-se) from the applications of eligible
students who occupy merit number of Admission Committee, display it on the institutes notice board
as well as on website and a copy of the same is to be forwarded to the Admission Committee. All the
students included in the merit list should individually be communicated by speed post or registered
post for counseling at least seven days prior to the date of counseling
(6) Every institute has to follow the said guidelines scrupulously for filling up of Management Seats.
Any complaint regarding violation of the said guidelines against the institute will be taken seriously and
penal actions will be initiated under the Gujarat Professional Technical Educational Colleges or
Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Fixation of Fees) Act, 2007 (Gujarat Act No.2 of 2008) in such
cases.
(7) Institute will not deny issuing or accepting admission form within the stipulated time limit to any
candidate. Even though, if any institute denies issuing or accepting of admission form, the students can
take print out of the admission form from the website of Admission Committee, fill up the form and
submit it to the Admission Committee with an Affidavit on a stamp paper worth Rs. 50/-. Such forms
and affidavit should be submitted personally at Grievance Cell of Admission Committee within the
time limit stipulated by the Admission Committee. Separate form and affidavit has to be submitted for
each institute. Thereafter such forms will be sent to the respective institutions. The institutions will
have to accept such forms and include such students in the merit list of the institute.

Guidelines for filling up of N.R.I. Seats:


In addition to the guidelines for filling up of Management Seats, the following points would also be
applicable for admission process on N.R.I. seats:
(1) The students who have passed qualifying examination from outside India shall have to obtain
equivalency certificate from Association of Indian Universities, Delhi.
(2) N.R.I. student who seeks admission on N.R.I. seat will have to submit copy of his/her passport
as well as passport of his/her mother and/or father, to prove himself/herself as an N.R.I.
candidate. N.R.I. sponsored students have to submit proof of his sponsor being an N.R.I. Copy
of sponsor Passport (which contains signature of sponsor) as well as the affidavit has to be
submitted. The relation of N.R.I. (sponsorer) with the student (N.R.I. sponsored candidate),
sponsorers undertaking the responsibility for payment of tuition and other fees as well as the
entire responsibility of the candidates study should have been clearly mentioned in the
affidavit.
(3) N.R.I sponsored students shall have to be included in the merit list of N.R.I. seats as well as in
the merit list of Management Seats and they should have merit number in ACPC merit list.

5. EDUCATION LOAN FACILITY


5.1

EDUCATIONAL LOAN SCHEMES OF INDIAN BANKS ASSOCIATION:


Purpose
Eligible Courses
Quantum of
Finance
Margin
Security

Payment of course fees. Purchase of books, equipments, instruments, uniform, payment of


hostel fees, examination fees, study tours for studies in India
Professional courses: Engineering, Medical, Agriculture, Veterinary, Law, Dental,
Computer, Management, etc.
Need based finance
For studies in India: Max. Rs.10.00 lacs
Up to Rs.4.00 lacs Nil
Above Rs.4.00 lacs for studies in India 5%
Loan is given jointly to the student and parent /guardian
Assignment of future income of the student
Up to Rs.4.00 lacs- No security
Above Rs.4.00 lacs up to Rs. 7.50 lacs Satisfactory third party guarantee
(Note: If the proposed borrower prefers to offer collateral security of tangible assets
(moveable or immoveable) instead of bringing collateral securities in the form of third
party guarantee, the same may be accepted, at his request, provided the securities with
stipulated margin covers 100% of the loan amount).
Above Rs. 7.50 lakhs: Collateral security equal to 100% of the loan amount.

Processing fee
Repayment

No processing / upfront charges may be levied on loans sanctioned under the scheme.
Commences two years after completion of the course or six months after getting employment,
whichever is earlier.
Loan with interest is repayable in equated monthly installments within:
For loans Up to Rs.7.5 lacs 10 years after commencement of repayment
For loans above Rs.7.5 Lakhs - up to 15 years after commencement of repayment
No prepayment penalty
Credit Delivery
Loan can be availed from the branch nearest to the place of permanent residence of the
parent / guardian. Obtention of UID number (Aadhaar) of the student is compulsory

Rate of interest

Interest to be charged at rates linked to the Base rate as decided by individual banks
Simple interest to be charged during the study period and up to commencement of
repayment.

Eligibility

Should be an Indian National with no specific restriction for age of the student.
Should have secured admission on merit to professional/technical courses in India
including management quota.

Not eligible for


interest subsidy

Students admitted through management quota


Students pursuing studies abroad
Students pursuing courses which are not approved under IBA Scheme but approved by
the Bank.
Students discontinuing the course in the mid-stream or who are expelled from the
institution on disciplinary or academic grounds. However subsidy would be available for
actual period of study only if discontinuation is due to medical grounds with necessary
documentation.

Interest Subsidy to
Economical Weaker
Section Students

Interest subsidy during moratorium period is available to students who produce


parents income certificate not exceeding Rs.4.50 lacs p.a.
The income certificate is to be issued by the authority viz. District Collector, Dy. Collector/
Asst. Collector/Prant Officer & Mamlatdar

5.2

CENTRAL SECTOR SCHEME OF INTEREST SUBSIDY FOR EDUCATION LOANS BY SCHEDULED BANKS :
Synopsis
Students belonging to Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) with annual gross parental/family
income from all sources with an upper limit of Rs. 4.50 Lacs are eligible.
Introduction:
One of the major concerns of the Government is to ensure that nobody is denied Professional
education because he or she is poor. The Indian Banks Association (IBA) had formulated a
comprehensive model educational loan scheme for adoption by all Banks aimed at providing
financial support from the banking system to deserving/meritorious students for pursuing higher
education in India and abroad.
Objective of the Scheme
The Government of India has approved a scheme to provide full interest subsidy during the
period of moratorium i.e., Course Period plus one year or six months after getting job, whichever
is earlier, on loans taken by students belonging to Economically Weaker Sections from scheduled
banks under the Educational Loan scheme of the Indian Banks Association, for pursuing any of the
approved courses of studies in technical and professional streams, from recognized institutions in
India. The nomenclature of the Scheme is Central Scheme to provide Interest Subsidy for the period
of moratorium on Educational Loans taken by students from Economically Weaker Sections from
scheduled banks under the Educational Loan Scheme of the Indian Banks Association to pursue
Technical/Professional Education studies in India
Applicability of the Scheme
The Scheme could be adopted by all scheduled Banks and would be applicable only for studies in
recognized Technical/Professional Courses in India. The interest subsidy shall be linked with the
existing Educational Loan Scheme of IBA and restricted to students enrolled in recognized
Technical/Professional Courses (after Class XII) in India in Educational Institutions established by
Acts of Parliament, other Institutions recognized by the concerned Statutory Bodies, Indian
Institutes of Management (IIMs)and other Institutions set up by the Central/State Government.
Interest Rates to loan accounts
The interest rates charged on the education loan shall be as per the rates prescribed by Banks.
Period for which Interest Subsidy is available
Under the Central Scheme, the interest payable by the student belonging to EWS for availing of the
Educational Loan for Technical/Professional Courses in India for the period of moratorium i.e.,
Course Period plus one year or six months after getting job, whichever is earlier, as prescribed under
the Educational Loan Scheme of the Indian Banks Association, shall be borne by the Government of
India. After the period of moratorium is over, the interest on the outstanding loan amount shall
be paid by the student, in accordance with the provisions of the existing Educational Loan
Scheme of Bank and as may be amended from time to time, whichever is earlier.
Income Limit/Proof
The benefits under the Scheme would be applicable to those students belonging to economically
weaker sections, with an annual gross parental/family income upper limit of Rs.4.50 Lacs per year
(from all sources).

Income proof shall be required from the students from such public authorities which are
authorized by the State Governments for certification of income status for this Scheme, including
Central and State Sector Schemes. The present scheme is intended to cater to the needs of students
belonging to economically weaker sections with prescribed upper parental gross income limit of the
family from all sources, which is based on economic index and not on social background. The
scheme is independent of any other schemes which may cater to EWS.
Eligibility for Interest Subsidy
The interest subsidy under the Scheme shall be available to the eligible students only once, either for
the first undergraduate degree course or the post graduate degrees/diplomas in India. Interest
Subsidy shall, however, be admissible for integrated courses.
Interest Subsidy under this Scheme shall not be available for those students once they discontinue
the course midstream, or who are expelled from the Institutions on disciplinary or academic
grounds, However, the interest subsidy will be available only if the discontinuation was due to
medical grounds for which necessary documentation to the satisfaction of the Head of educational
institution will have to be given.
Noting Lien of Education Loan in the Awards/Certificates
There would be tag/marker on the degree of the student indicating his repayment towards liabilities.
Electronic Tags will enable employers to identify loanees. (The Ministry of HRD has initiated the
proposal to dematerialize the educational awards/certificates, setting up of Depository for
maintaining the records in dematerialized form and providing service to the users. Banks can have
online access for verification process, which would eliminate fraudulent practices like forging of
certificates and marks sheets.)
Nodal Bank
The Scheme shall be implemented through Canara Bank, which is the Nodal Bank for the Ministry of
Human Resource Development. Modalities for implementation and monitoring mechanism
shall be finalised in consultation with the Canara Bank.
List of Technical/Professional courses
A list of Technical/Professional courses for which the Scheme shall be applicable, shall be brought
out by the Ministry of HRD in consultation with the concerned Ministries/Departments and the Indian
Banks Association and publicized from time to time. As regards list of accredited
universities/institutions and recognized professional courses, UGC and AICTE would immediately
display the names of such institutions and courses in their websites, which may be accessed for
verification purposes.
Monitoring
A monitoring mechanism shall be evolved by the Ministry of HRD to monitor the benefits accruing to
different categories of loanees, such as, the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Miniorities,
Disabled, etc.

6. CODE OF CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE


RULES FOR CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE FOR STUDENTS OF INSTITUTES COVERED UNDER THE
COMMISSIONER, TECHNICAL EDUCATION, GUJARAT STATE:
1.

Except unavoidable circumstances or due to health reason with which medical certificate or
request letter from the guardian suit to the occasion, every student has to attend his teaching
periods, laboratory since from the beginning of every academic session. In the beginning of the
session, late coming students shall be entitled for a fine @ Rs.10 per day.
2. Students shall not disturb the class in any manner nor shall misbehave with teaching fraternity
directly or indirectly.
3. No student shall act against the rule or misconduct in and around the campus.
4. Any person or group or party is prohibited from any activities which may disturb the functions
of the institute. Disciplinary action will be initiated against the student who indulges in to
such activities.
5. Any damage or destruction to the property/belongings of the institute, staff and students is
strictly prohibited. If any student found to be indulged in such activities, the cost of the loss shall
be recovered from the parents/guardian of the student.
6. It is anticipated good manners and proper conduct and gentleness from the individual as well as
group of students.
7. The student has to maintain sense of proportion in the extra-curricular activities and do not
make hindrance in the academic activities.
8. It is mandatory to obey the instructions given by the teachers pertaining to academic or other
matters, time to time.
9. The students shall not take part in the activities not authorized by the institution which
may hurt conduct and academic relations.
10. Every student has to wear the identity card issued by the institute as also produce as and when
asked by the authorized officer of the institute.
11. No student shall carry intoxicating or narcotic drugs/items with him and shall not consume it.
Those who breach the orders shall be liable for cancellation of admission / rustication from
the college.
Any student convicted to be the culprit in the breach of any of the above guidelines or other specific
instructions and the guidelines issued time to time by the authorities of University/Technical Examination
Board/Institute the Principal of the concerned institute shall be the competent authority to impose suitable
punishment and in any extreme case can put the student on suspension or debar from the institute and the
decision of the Principal shall be binding to all concerned.

7. PREVENTION AND PROHIBITION OF RAGGING


OBJECTIVES:
In view of the directions of the Honorable Supreme Court in SLP No. 24295 of 2006 dated 16-05-2007
and in Civil Appeal number 887 of 2009, dated 08-05-2009 to prohibit, prevent and eliminate the scourge
of ragging including any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by
an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other
student, or indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is
likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in
any fresher or any other student or asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the
ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or
embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student,
with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority
by a student over any fresher or any other student, in all higher education institutions in the country, and
thereby, to provide for the healthy development, physically and psychologically, of all students.
WHAT CONSTITUTES RAGGING:
Ragging constitutes one or more of any of the following acts:
1.
Any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which
has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student;
2.
Indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is
likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or
apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student;
3.
Asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which
has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to
adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student;
4.
Any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any
other student or a fresher;
5.
Exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks
assigned to an individual or a group of students.
6.
Any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a fresher or any other
student by students;
7.
Any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping,
forcing obscene and lewd acts, gestures, causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or
person;
8.
Any act or abuse by spoken words, emails, posts, public insults which would also include deriving
perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the
discomfiture to fresher or any other student
9.
Any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student
with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority
by a student over any fresher or any other student.

MANDATORY DISCLOSER:
1.
Ragging is totally banned and anyone found guilty of ragging and/or abetting ragging is liable
to be punished.
2.
The Appendix-II should be filled up and signed by the candidate to the effect that he / she is
aware of the law regarding prohibition of ragging as well as the punishments, and that he/she, if
found guilty of the offence of ragging and / or abetting ragging, is liable to be punished
appropriately.
3.
The Appendix -III should be filled up and signed by the parent/guardian of the applicant to the effect
that he/she is also aware of the law in this regard and agrees to abide by the punishment meted
out to his/her ward in case the latter is found guilty of ragging and / or abetting ragging.
4.
A student seeking admission to the hostel shall have to submit another Form along with his/her
application for hostel accommodation that he / she is also aware of the law in this regard and
agrees to abide by the punishments meted out if he / she is found guilty of ragging and / or
abetting ragging.
5.
The first year students should desist from doing anything against their will even if ordered by the
seniors, and that they have nothing to fear as the institution cares for them and shall not tolerate any
atrocities against them.
6.
A student securing admission to a particular institute shall have to submit concern affidavits to
the principal of institute.
ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN AGAINST STUDENTS FOR INDULGING AND ABETTING RAGGING IN TECHNICAL
INSTITUTIONS:
1.
The punishment to be meted out to the persons indulged in ragging has to be exemplary and
justifiably harsh to act as a deterrent against recurrence of such incidents.
2.
Every single incident of ragging a First Information Report (FIR) must be filed without exception
by the institutional authorities with the local police authorities.
3.
The Anti-Ragging Committee of the institution shall take an appropriate decision, with regard to
punishment or otherwise, depending on the facts of each incident of ragging and nature and
gravity of the incident of ragging.
4.
Depending upon the nature and gravity of the offence as established the possible punishments
for those found guilty of ragging at the institution level shall be any one or any combination of
the following,
a.
Cancellation of admission
b.
Suspension from attending classes
c.
W ith holding / withdrawing scholarship / fellowship and other benefits
d.
Debarring from appearing in any test / examination or other evaluation process
e.
W ith holding results
f.
Debarring from representing the institution in any regional, national or international meet,
tournament, youth festival, etc.
g.
Suspension / expulsion from the hostel
h.
Rustication from the institution for period ranging from 1 to 4 semesters
i.
Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other
institution.

j.

Collective punishment: when the persons committing or abetting the crime of ragging are
not identified, the institution shall resort to collective punishment as a deterrent to ensure
community pressure on the potential raggers.
An appeal against the order of punishment by the Anti-Ragging Committee shall lie,
1.
In case of an order of an institution, affiliated to or constituent part, of the
University, to the Vice-Chancellor of the University;
2.
In case of an order of a University, to its Chancellor.
3.
In case of an institution of national importance created by an Act of Parliament, to
the
4.
Chairman or Chancellor of the institution, as the case may be.
The institutional authorities shall intimate the incidents of ragging occurred in their
premises along with actions taken to the Council form time to time.

APPENDIX - I : AFFIDAVIT BY THE STUDENT


I, (full name of student with admission / registration / enrolment number) s/o - d/o Mr.
1) having been admitted t o _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (name of
the institution) (address) have received a copy of the AICTE regulations on Curbing the menace of
Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009, (hereinafter called the Regulations) carefully read
and fully understood the provisions contained in the said Regulations.
2) I have, in particular, perused clause 3 of the Regulations and am aware as to what constitutes
ragging.
3) I have also, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the Regulation and am fully aware of
the penal and administrative action that is liable to be taken against me in case I am found guilty of
or abetting ragging, actively or passively, or being part of a conspiracy to promote ragging.
4) I hereby solemnly aver and undertake that
a)
I will not indulge in any behavior or act that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of
the Regulations.
b)
I will not participate in or abet or propagate through any act of commission or omission that
may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations.
5) I hereby affirm that, if found guilty of ragging, I am liable for punishment according to clause 9.1
of the Regulations, without prejudice to any other criminal action that may be taken against me
under any penal law or any law for the time being in force.
6) I hereby declare that I have not been expelled or debarred from admission in any institution in the
country on account of being found guilty of, abetting or being part of a conspiracy to promote,
ragging; and further affirm that, in case the declaration is found to be untrue, I am aware that
my admission is liable to be cancelled.
Declared this day of month of year.
Signature of Deponent
Name :

VERIFICATION
Verified that the contents of this affidavit are true to the best of my knowledge and no part of the affidavit is
false and nothing has been concealed or misstated therein.
Verified at (place) on this the (day) of (month) (year)
Signature of Deponent
Solemnly affirmed and signed in my presence on this the (day) of (month) (year) after reading the contents of
this affidavit.
OATH COMMISSIONER

APPENDIX - II : AFFIDAVIT BY PARENT / GUARDIAN


I, Mr./Mrs./Ms. (full name of parent/guardian) father / mother / guardian of (full name of student) having
admission /registration/enrolment number
1)

2)
3)

4)

5)

6)

having been admitted to (name of the Institution), have received a copy of the AICTE regulations on
Curbing the menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009, (hereinafter called the
Regulations) carefully read and fully understood the provisions contained in the said Regulations.
I have, in particular, perused clause 3 of the Regulations and am aware as to what constitutes ragging.
I have also, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the Regulations and am fully aware of the
penal and administrative action that is liable to be taken against my ward in case he/she is found guilty or
abetting ragging, actively or passively, or being part of a conspiracy to promote ragging.
I hereby solemnly aver and undertake that
a)
My ward will not indulge in any behavior or act that may be constituted as ragging under clause
3 of the Regulations.
b)
My ward will not participate in or abet or propagate through any act of commission or omission
that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations.
I hereby affirm that, if found guilty of ragging, my word is liable for punishment according to clause 9.1
of the Regulations, without prejudice to any other criminal action that may be taken against my ward
under any penal law or any law for the time being in force.
I hereby declare that my word has not been expelled or debarred from admission in any institution in the
country on account of being found guilty of, abetting or being part of a conspiracy to promote, ragging; and
further affirm that, in case the declaration is found to be untrue, I am aware that my admission my
word is liable to be cancelled.

Declared this day of month of _______________ year.


Signature of Deponent
Name :
Address :
Telephone/Mobile No. :

VERIFICATION
Verified that the contents of this affidavit are true to the best of my knowledge and no part of the affidavit is
false and nothing has been concealed or misstated therein.
Verified at (place) on this the (day) of (month) (year)
Signature of Deponent
Solemnly affirmed and signed in my presence on this the (day) of (month) (year) after reading the contents of
this affidavit.

OATH COMMISSIONER

8. GRIEVANCES REDRESSAL MECHANISM


Grievance Redressal Mechanism is devised for the candidates during the period of admission process to lodge
complaints/grievances against the institutions/offices in the following matters:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Regarding admission process/help center/institute etc.


Refusal of giving application forms to the candidates by unaided institutions for admission
on management quota seats.
Violation of merit while granting admission on management quota seats.
Demand of capitation fees/donations against the admissions.
Retention / Non return of original documents.
Refusal of refund of fees.
Denial of cancellation of admission at institute level.

Any candidate, during the period of admission process, wants to lodge complaint/grievance against any
institution; he has to register his complaint/grievance through online by login his Login ID on the website
www.gujacpc.nic.in during the specified time limit. To do so, the candidate has to click on Complaint button
at the menu bar on the top of the screen. The candidate may upload document, if any, in support to the
complaint/grievance by clicking Browse button. Thereafter, the candidate can view the status of his
complaint by clicking View button at the menu bar on the top of the screen.
In case of complaints regarding management quota admission, he has to submit written complaint on the
Stamp Paper of Rs. 50/- and submit scanned copy of same by uploading on the web-portal
www.gujacpcadm.nic.in as also submit the original to the Admission Committee for Professional Courses,
ACPC Building, L. D. College of Engineering Campus, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad-380015. Full name of the
candidates, address, contact number, User ID registration number of the candidate should be indicated in the
complaint.

ANNEXURE - I
LIST OF PARTICIPATING INSTITUTES
(M.E. /M. Tech.)
Provisional List of Institutes, Post graduate Discipline and Course/Specialization wise sanctioned Intake 2015-16
Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of College/Institute

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Sponsor

18

0 (A)

18

0 (A)

18
18
12
12
18
18

0 (A)
0 (A)
12
12
05
10

0
0
3
3
1
3

18

14

18

14

18

14

18
18
18
18
18

10
14
14
14
14

3
4
4
4
4

18

14

18

14

18

15

18
18
12
12
12

15
15
10
10
10

4
4
3
3
3

18

12

12
432

10
272

3
76

18

18

18

18

5
5

Chemical Engineering
Signal Processing and VLSI
Technology
Computer aided structural
analysis & design(CASAD)

18

18

18

18

18

18

CAD/CAM

18

18

Course / Specialisation

Grant-In-Aid Post Graduate Engineering Institutes


Chemical Engineering #
Chemical Engineering
Surface Science
Dharmsinh Desai University, Faculty of
&Nanotechnology #
Technology, Nadiad
Geotechnical Engineering #
Civil Engineering
Structural Engineering #
Petrochemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Polymer Technology
Fracture Mechanics
Geotechnical Engineering
Highway & Transportation
Engineering
Civil Engineering
Hydraulic Structures
Irrigation & Water
Management
Structural Engineering
Water Resources Engineering
Automatic Control & Robotics
Electrical Power Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Industrial Electronics
Faculty of Tech & Engg, M.S.U., Baroda
Microprocessor System &
Application
Environment
Environmental Engineering
Engineering
Jet Propulsion & Gas Turbine
Plants
Mechanical Engineering
Production Engineering
Thermal Science
Materials Technology
Metallurgy
Industrial Metallurgy
Man-Made Textile
Textile Chemical
Textile Engineering
Processing/Textile chemistry
Textile Engineering
Total Grant in Aid
Government Post Graduate Engineering Institutes
Electrical Engineering
Power System
Government Engineering College,Bhuj
Mechanical Engineering
Automobile Engineering

Government Engineering College,


Chandkheda

Government Engineering College,


Dahod

Chemical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication
Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of College/Institute

Government Engineering College,


Modasa

Government Engineering College,


Sector-28, Gandhinagar

Government Engineering College, Surat

Government Engineering College,


Valsad

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Transportation Engineering

18

18

Computer Engineering &


Information technology

Computer Science &


Engineering

18

18

Bio-Medical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Civil Engineering
Electronics &
Communication

Biomedical Instrumentation
Computer Science &
Engineering
Water resource Management
Wireless Communication
system and Networks

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

Mechanical Engineering

Energy Engineering

18

18

18

18

18

18

25

25

18
18
25

18
18
25

5
5
5

36

36

Communication Systems

36

36

Environmental Management

18

18

18

18

18

18

Civil Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Electrical Engineering

L. D. College of
Engineering,Ahmedabad

Electronics &
Communication
Environment
Engineering

10

Lukhdhirji College of Engineering,


Morbi

Shantilal Shah Engineering College,


Bhavnagar

A. D. Patel Institute of Technology, New


Vallabh Vidyanagar

Computer Aided Process


Design
Rubber Technology
Computer aided structural
analysis & design(CASAD)
Geotechnical Engineering
Transportation Engineering
Water Resources Management
Automation & Control Power
Systems

Sponsor
5
5

Computer Engineering &


Information technology

Computer Science &


Engineering
Information Technology

Instrumentation &
Control Engineering

Applied Instrumentation

18

18

CAD/CAM

18

18

Cryogenic Engineering

15

15

18

18

18
18
18
18
18
18

18
18
18
18
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
5

Electronics & Communication

18

18

Information Technology

18

18

695

695

180

24

24

24

24

18

18

Mechanical Engineering

Course / Specialisation

Textile Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication
Computer Engineering &
Information technology

Internal Combustion Engines &


Automobile
Textile Engineering
Water Resources Management
Power System
Power Electronics
Water Resources Management
Electrical Engineering

Total Government
Self-Finance Post Graduate Engineering Institutes
Thermal Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
CAD/CAM
Electronics &
Communication

Signal Processing and


Communications

Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)

Name of College/Institute

Ahmedabad Institute of Technology,


Ahmedabad

Mechanical Engineering

Alpha College of Engineering &


Technology, At:Khatraj Ta: Kalol

Computer Engineering &


Information technology

Electrical Engineering

Computer Engineering &


Information technology
Electronics &
Communication
Mechanical Engineering
4

Atmiya Institute of Technology &


Science, Rajkot

Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Instrumentation &
Control Engineering

Ahmedabad University, Institute of


Engg & Technology, Vikram Sarabhai
Marg, Ahmedabad

Computer Engineering &


Information technology
Mechanical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication

B.H. Gardi College of Engineering &


Technology, Rajkot

Computer Engineering &


Information technology

Electrical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Birla Vishvakarma Mahavidhyalaya,


V.V. Nagar

Babria Institute of Technology,


Vadodara Mumbai Highway, Varnama,
Vadodara 391240

C. U. Shah College of Engineering &


Technology, Wadhavan

Computer Engineering &


Information technology
Electrical Engineering
Environment
Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication
Electronics &
Communication
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electronics &
Communication
Mechanical Engineering

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Sponsor

Electrical Engineering
Mechanical
Engineering/Production
Engineering

18

18

18

18

Computer Engineering

24

Computer Engineering

18

18

Electronics & Communication

18

18

CAD/CAM
Power Electronics & Electrical
drives
Manufacturing
Engineering/Production
Engineering
Transportation Engineering
Process Control
instrumentation/Applied
Instrumentation

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

Data Science and Analytics#

20

20

CAD/CAM
Electronics and
communication
Computer Science &
Engineering
Computer Engineering

18

18

24

24

24

24

24

24

Power System

24

24

18

18

18
18

18
18

5
5

Computer Engineering

25

25

Power System Engineering

18

18

Environmental Engineering

18

18

Machine Design
Advance Manufacturing
Systems

18

18

24

24

Electronics & Communication

24

24

VLSI and Embedded Systems


Design

24

24

Computer Engineering

18

18

18

18

18

18

Course / Specialisation

24

Construction Engineering &


Management
Structural Engineering
Transportation System Engg

Electronics & Communication


Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of College/Institute

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)

10

Central Institute of Plastics Engineering


& Technology, Ahmedabad

Chemical Engineering

Computer Engineering &


Information technology

11

Chandubhai S. Patel Institute of


Technology - Changa

Electronics &
Communication

Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
12

13

14

15

16

Chotubhai Gopalbhai Patel Institute of


Technology, Maliba Campus, Bardoli

Electrical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electronics &
Communication

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Sponsor

Plastics Engineering

18

18

Computer Engineering
Information technology
Communication Systems
Engineering
Embedded System and VLSI
design
CAD & /CAM
Advanced Manufacturing
technology
Structural Engineering
Electrical Power System
Structural Engineering
Thermal system Design
Automobile Technology
Power System #

36
18

36
18

5
5

36

36

18

18

18

18

18

18

18
18
18
18
18
18

18
18
18
18
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
5

Computer Engineering

18

18

Electronics & Communication

18

18

Course / Specialisation

C.K.Pithawalla College of Engineering &


Technology, Surat

Mechanical Engineering

Machine Design

18

18

Darshan Institute of engineeringand


technology, Hadala, Rajkot

Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Electronics and
communication
Computer Engineering &
Information technology

Structural engineering
Electrical Engineering
Thermal Engineering
Electronics and
communication

24
24
24

24
24
24

5
5
5

24

24

Computer Engineering

24

24

18

18

18
18
18

18
18
18

5
5
5

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

18
18
18
24
18
18

18
18
18
24
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
5

Dr Jivraj Mehta Institute of Technology,


DJMIT College campus, Mogar (Anand)

Dharmsinh Desai University Faculty of


Technology, Nadiad

Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electronics &
Communication
Instrumentation &
Control Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering

17

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

G H Patel College of Engineering &


Technology, V.V.Nagar

Mechanical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication

Electrical Power System/


Electrical Engineering
Thermal Engineering
Computer Engineering#
Information Technology #
Electronics & Communication
Systems Engineering #
Instrumentation & Control
Engineering.#
Chemical Engineering #
Surface Science
&Nanotechnology#
Geotechnical Engineering #
Structural Engineering #
CAD/CAM #
Chemical Engineering
Communication
Embedded System

Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of College/Institute

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)
Mechanical Engineering
Mechatronics
engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electrical Engineering

18

19

20

Gandhinagar Institue of Technology,


Moti Bhoyan
Grow More Faculty of engineering,
Growmore Campus, Himmatnagar (Dist
Sabarkantha)

Hansaba College of Engineering &


Technology, Sujanpur patia, Opp I.O.C.,
S.H. No. 41, Sidhpur (Dist: Patan)

Mechanical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electrical Engineering

21

Mechanical Engineering

Electronics and
communication
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Civil Engineering

22

HJD Institute of Technical Education &


Research, At. Kera, Kutch Gujarat

Computer Engineering &


Information technology
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

23

24

Indus Institute of Technology &


Engineering, Rancharda, Di:
Gandhinagar

Ipcowala Institute of Engineering &


Technology, Dharmaj, Ta.Petlad,
Di.Anand, Gujarat

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Sponsor

Industrial engineering

18

18

Mechatronics engineering

18

18

Information Technology

18

18

Power System
Thermal Engineering
CAD/CAM

24
24
24

24
24
24

5
5
5

Software Engineering*

24

24

Computer Engineering

24

24

Electrical Engineering

24

24

Course / Specialisation

Computer Engineering &


Information technology

Hasmukh Goswami College of


Engineering, Vahelal dist Ahmedabad

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Metallurgy
Electronics &
Communication
Mechanical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology

Thermal Engineering

24

24

Computer Engineering
Computer Engineering 2nd
Shift
Computer Science &
Engineering
Electronics and
communication
Electronics and
communication 2nd shift
Mechanical Engineering/CADCAM
Civil
Engineering/Transportation
Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Computer aided structural
analysis & design(CASAD)

24

24

24

24

24

24

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

24

24

24

24

Computer Engineering

24

24

CAD/CAM
Electrical Drives &
Control/Electrical Engg
CAD/CAM
Construction Project
Management
Electrical Power System
Industrial Metallurgy

24

24

24

24

18

18

18

18

18
18

18
18

5
5

Digital Communication

18

18

Machine Design

24

24

Computer Engineering

24

24

Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of College/Institute

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)

25

Institute of Technology and


Management Universe, ITM Universe
Campus, Dhanora tank Road, Paldi
Village, Halol Highway, Waghodia

Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering &


Information technology
Electronics &
Communication
26

Kalol Institute of Technology &


Research Centre, Kalol

Electrical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

27

Laljibhai Chaturbhai Institute of


Technology, Bhandu, Ta:Visnagar

Electronics &
Communication
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication

28

L J Institute of Engineering &


Technology, Ahmedabad

Computer Engineering &


Information technology

Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
29

30

L. D. R. P. Institute of Technology and


Research, Gandhinagar

Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Technical


Education and Research Centre,
Po.Bhutsad, Ta. Jalalpore, Di.Navsari

Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Sponsor

24

24

18

18

24
18

24
18

5
5

Electronics & Communication

18

18

Power system
Electrical Engineering

18
24

18
24

5
5
5

Machine Design

18

18

VLSI System Design

18

18

Computer Engineering

18

18

18

18

24

24

24

24

18

18

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24
24
24

24
24
24

5
5
5

24

24

Computer Engineering

18

18

Production Engineering
Automobile Engineering
Thermal Engineering
Infrastructure Engineering
Electrical Power System
Electrical Power System

18
18
18
24
24
18

18
18
18
24
24
18

5
5
5
5
5
5

Thermal Engineering

18

18

Course / Specialisation

Computer Engineering

Computer Science &


Engineering
Computer Engineering
Information Technology

Internal Combustion Engines &


Automobile
Machine Design
Power Electronics & Electrical
drives
Electronics & Communication
Electronics & Communication2nd shift
Computer Engineering 1st
Shift
Computer Engineering 2nd
Shift
Computer Science &
Engineering
Information Technology
Thermal 1st shift
CAD / CAM
Computer aided structural
analysis & design(CASAD)

Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of College/Institute

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology

31

Marwadi Education Foundation-Faculty


of P.G. studies & Research in
engineering & Technology, Rajkot

Electrical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication
Mechanical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology

32

Merchant Engineering College, Basna

Electrical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

33

Narayan Shastri Institute of


Technology, At.Jetalpur Dist.
Ahmedabad

Electrical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication
Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Mechanical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electrical Engineering

34

Noble Enginnering College, Junagadh

Civil Engineering
Electronics &
Communication
Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering

35

Parul Institute of Engineering &


Technology,Limda

Computer Engineering &


Information technology

Electronics &
Communication

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Sponsor

Structural Engineering
Transportation Engineering

18
18

18
18

5
5

Computer Engineering

36

36

18

18

18
36
18
18
18
18

18
36
18
18
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
5

24

24

24
24

24
24

5
5

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

Computer Engineering

18

18

Electrical Engineering
Computer aided structural
analysis & design(CASAD)

24

24

24

24

24

24

24
18
18
18

24
18
18
18

5
5
5
5

18

18

18

18

24

24

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

18

Course / Specialisation

Power Electronics and


Electrical Drives
Electrical Engineering
Electronics & Communication
VLSI System Design
Thermal Engineering
CAD/CAM
Computer Engineering
Computer Engineering 2nd
shift
Power system
Power system 2nd shift
Automation & Control Power
Systems
Production Engineering
Advanced Manufacturing
technology
Electrical Engineering
VLSI System Design
Computer Science &
Engineering
Thermal & Fluid
Engineering/Thermal
Engineering

Electronics & Communication


Engineering
CAD / CAM
Structural Engineering
Transportation Engineering
Computer Engineering
Computer Engineering 2nd
shift
Computer Science &
Engineering-2nd shift
Computer Science
&Engineering - 2nd Shift
Information Technology
Information Technology 2nd
shift
Electronics & Communication
Electronics & Communication1st shift
Electronics & Communication-

Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of College/Institute

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)

Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Computer Engineering &


Information technology

36

Parul Institute of Technology,Limda


Electrical Engineering

Electronics and
communication

Electronics &
Communication

Mechanical Engineering
37

School of Engineering, R. K. University,


Rajkot

Computer Engineering &


Information technology
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering

38

S. P. B. Patel College of Engineering,


Linch Dist Mehsana

Course / Specialisation
2nd shift
Electronics & Communication2nd shift
Electronics & Communication
Engg-2nd shift
Electrical engineering 1st shift
Electrical engineering 2nd shift
Thermal
Internal Combustion Engines &
Automobile
Power Systems
Production Engineering
Computer Science &
Engineering
Computer Science &
Engineering -1st shift
Computer Science &
Engineering-2nd shift
Computer Engineering 2nd
shift
Computer Science &
Engineering - 2nd shift
Electrical engineering 1st shift
Electrical engineering 2nd shift
Power System
Electronics and
communication 1st shift
Electronics and
communication 2nd shift
Electronics and
communication 2nd shift
Electronics & Communication
1st shift
Electronics & Communication
2nd shift
Embedded System
VLSI System Design
Machine Design
Thermal Science
Computer Engineering 1st
Shift
Computer Engineering 2nd
shift
Electrical Power System
Computer aided analysis &
Design#
Civil Engineering
(Construction technology)

Mechanical Engineering
Electronics and
communication

Production Engineering
Electronics and
communication

Computer Engineering &


Information technology

Computer Science &


Engineering

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Sponsor

18

24

18
18
18

18
0
18

5
0
5

24

18

24
24

18
18

5
5

18

18

24

18

18

18

24

18
18
24

0
0
18

0
0
5

18

18

18

24

24

24

24

24

24
24
18
18

24
24
18
18

5
5
5
5

24

24

48

48

24

24

24

24

24

24

18

18

18

18

18

18

Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of College/Institute

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)
Electrical Engineering

39

40

Sakalchand Patel College of


Engineering, Visnagar

SAL Institute of Technology &


Engineering Research, Bhadej,
Ahmedabad

Electronics &
Communication
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Mechanical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electronics and
communication
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering

41

SAL College of Engineering, Bhadej,


Ahmedabad

Mechanical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication

42

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Institute of


Technology (SVIT), Vasad

Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Civil Engineering

43

44

45

46

Merchant Institute of Technology,


Piludara, Mehsana

Sarvajanik College of Engineering &


Technology, Surat

Sigma Institute of Technology &


Engineering,
At.Bakrol,Ra.Waghodia,Vadodara

Shankersinh Vaghela Bapu Institute of


Technology, At.Vasan, Di. Gandhinagar

Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Civil Engineering
Environment
Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electrical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication
Mechanical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electrical Engineering

47

Shri S'ad Vidya Mandal Institute of


Technology, Bharuch

Mechanical Engineering

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Sponsor

Power System
Wireless Communication
Technology
Signal Processing and
Communications

18

18

18

18

24

24

Computer Engineering

24

24

CAD/CAM

18

18

Computer Engineering

18

18

18

18

18

18

24

24

18

18

18

18

18

18

18
18
18

18
18
18

5
5
5

18

18

18
24

18
24

5
5

24

24

24
24
24

24
24
24

5
5
5

24

24

Computer engineering

18

18

Town and country planning

18

18

Environment Engineering

18

18

Computer Engineering

18

18

Electrical Engineering
Electronics & Communications
Engineering

18

18

24

24

Production

24

24

Computer Engineering

24

24

Electrical Engineering
CAD/CAM
Thermal Engineering
Internal Combustion Engines &
Automobile

24
18
18

24
18
18

5
5
5

18

18

Course / Specialisation

Electronics and
Communication
Thermal Engineering
Computer Aided Design of
Structures
Machine Design
VLSI and Embeddes Systems
Design
Electronics and
Communication
CAD/CAM
Power Systems
Computer Engineering
Information and Cyber
warfare/ IT system & Network
security
Structural Engineering
Thermal Engineering
Internal Combustion Engines &
Automobile
CAD/CAM
Structural Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics and
Communication Engineering

Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

48

Name of College/Institute

Shree Saraswati Education Sansthan


Group of Institutions, At & P.O. Rajpur
Tal: Kadi, Mehsana

49

Shree Pandit Nathulalji Vyas Technical


Campus,Wadhavan, Surendranagar

50

Shri Satsangi saketdham "RAM


ASHRAM" group of Insititutions At.
Vadasma, Mehsana

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)

Computer Engineering &


Information technology
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electronics and
communication
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

51

Silver Oak College of Engineering &


Technology, Ahmedabad

52

Smt.S.R.Patel Engineering College,


Dabhi-Unjha

53

Swaminarayan College of Engineering &


Technology, Saij , Gandhinagar

Computer Engineering &


Information technology
Electronics &
Communication
Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Mechanical Engineering

54

55

Tatva Institute of Technological Studies,


Modasa

U V Patel College of Engineering,


Kherva

Civil Engineering

56

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Sponsor

18

18

18
18

18
18

5
5

18

18

24

24

24
24

24
24

5
5

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24
24

24
24

5
5

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

24

Computer Engineering

24

24

Electrical Engineering
CAD/CAM

18
18

18
18

5
5

Computer Engineering

18

18

24

24

24

24

Course / Specialisation
Advance Manufacturing
Systems
Information Technology
IT Systems & Network Security
Computer Engineering
Electronics and
communication
Electrical Engineering
CAD/CAM
Computer Engineering
Computer Science &
Engineering
Electrical Power system
Mechanical
Engineering/Internal
Combustion Engines &
Automobile
Information Technology
Computer Engineering
Computer Engineering- 2nd
Shift
Electronics & Communication
Electronics & Communication 2nd shift
Thermal Engineering

Advance Manufacturing
Systems
Transportation Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Power System

24

24

Computer Engineering &


Information technology
Electronics &
Communication

computer Engineering
Information Technology

18
18

18
18

5
5

Electronics & Communication

18

18

18

18

18
18
18

18
18
18

5
5
5

Environmental Engineering

18

18

Advanced Manufacturing
technology

18

18

Communication Engineering

18

18

Mechanical Engineering

Venus International College of


Technology, At.Bhoyan Rathod,
Di.Gandhinagar

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Environment
Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication

Advance Manufacturing
Systems
CAD/CAM
Electrical Engineering
Power Systems Engineering

Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of College/Institute

57

Sitarambhai Naranji Patel Institute of


Technology & Research Centre,
Umrakh, Bardoli

58

59

V.V.P. Engineering College, Rajkot

Veerayatan Group of Institutions,


Faculty of Engineering, Bhuj Mandvi
Road, Jakhania, Kutch

Name of Post Graduate


Discipline ($)
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electronics &
Communication
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Electronics &
Communication
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Computer Engineering &
Information technology
Mechanical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electronics &
Communication

GTU PG School, Gujarat Technological


University, Ahmedabad

60

Department of Computer Science,


Rollwala Computer Centre, Gujarat
University, Ahmedabad

61

Computer Engineering &


Information technology
Networking ,
Communication & Web
Technology

Total
Sanctioned
incl.
sponsor

Total
Actual
incl.
sponsor

Sponsor

Production Engineering
Construction Management
Signal Processing and
Communications
CAD/CAM
Power system
Chemical Engineering

24
18

24
18

5
5

24

24

18
18
18

18
18
18

5
5
5

Electronics & Communication

18

18

Information Technology

18

18

Computer Engineering

18

18

Machine Design
Computer aided structural
analysis & design(CASAD)
VLSI & Embedded Systems
Design#
Wireless & Mobile Computing#
IT Systems and Network
Security#
High Performance Computing#
Networking & Communication

24

24

24

24

60

60

40

40

40

40

40

40

25

25

25
5999
7126

25
5735
6702

5
1345
1601

Course / Specialisation

Web Technology #
Total SFI
Grand Total

Notes:

The Admission shal be subject to intake sanctioned by AICTE and affiliation by concerned University at the time of
counseling.

# Indicates not applied for AICTE approval, being a University.

Tuition fee for SFI institutes is as per Fee Regulatory Committee order available on website www.frctech.ac.in

($) Indicates Name of Post Graduate Discipline for Admission purpose only, it has no co relation with the nomenclature of
the degree awarded by the Concerned Institute / University. The Candidate are hereby advised to contact the respective
Institute / University before securing admission, for the exact nomenclature of the degree awarded and details of syllabus
for above mentioned different courses / specialization. The Admission committee has no role in the nomenclature of the
Degree awarded and syllabus by concerned Institute / University.

* Indicates approval for affiliation is not given by Gujarat Technological University.

(A) As per interim order passed by Hon. High court of Gujarat in SCA 10782 of 2014 dated 7.8.2014 subject to final
outcome in the matter.

ANNEXURE - II
LIST OF PARTICIPATING INSTITUTES
(M.Pharm.)
Provisional List of Institutes, Post graduate Specialization wise sanctioned Intake 2015-16
Sr.
No

Intake 2015-16
Sanctioned Actual
Name of College
Specialisation
incl.
incl.
Sponsor
sponsor
sponsor
Government / Grant-In-Aid Post Graduate Pharmacy Colleges
B. K. Modi Government Pharmacy College,
Rajkot

L. M. College of Pharmacy, Ahmedabad

Pharmacy Department , Faculty of Tech & Engg,


M.S.U., Baroda

Saurashtra University, Dept. of Pharmaceutical


Sciences, Rajkot (GIA)

Pharmacology

18

18

Quality Assurance

24

24

Pharmaceutics

24

24

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical


Technology

10

10

Pharmacognosy

Pharmacology

10

10

Quality Assurance

Pharmacognosy Herbal Drugs

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Technology

12

12

Pharmacology

Pharmaceutical Assurance

New Drug Delivery System

Pharmacognosy

Pharmacology

Pharmaceutical Bio-Technology

Drug Regulatory Affairs

Quality Assurance

Pharmaceutics

178

178

36

18
18
18
18
24
24
18
18
18
18

18
18
18
18
24
24
18
18
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Total

Anand Pharmacy College, Anand

A-ONE Pharmacy College, Enasan

Self-Finance Post Graduate Pharmacy Institutes


Industrial Pharmacy
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacology
Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutics-2nd Shift
Quality Assurance-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance

Sr.
No

Name of College

A.P.M.C. College of Pharmaceutical Education


and Research, Himmatnagar

A.R.College of Pharmacy & G.H.Patel Institute of


Pharmacy, V.V. Nagar

Arihant School of Pharmacy and Bio-Research


Institute, Adalaj

Atmiya Institute of Pharmacy, Rajkot

B. Pharmacy College, Rampura-Kakanpur

Babaria Institute of Pharmacy, Baroda

Bhagwan Mahavir College of Pharmacy,


Bharthana, Surat

10

C. U. Shah College of Pharmacy & Research,


Wadhwan

11

Dharmsinh Desai UniversityPharmacy College

12

Indukaka Ipcowala College of Pharmacy,


V.V.Nagar

13

Indubhai Patel College of Pharacy & Research


Centre, Dharmaj

Specialisation

Intake 2015-16
Sanctioned Actual
incl.
incl.
Sponsor
sponsor
sponsor

Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmacognosy
Quality Assurance
Clinical Pharmacy
Medical Chemistry
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacognosy
Pharmacology
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Analysis
Pharmacology
Pharmaceutics-2nd Shift
Quality Assurance-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance and Pharm
Regulatory Affairs
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmacology
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
Industrial Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical Management and
Regulatory Affairs
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Analysis
Pharmacology
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Analysis
Pharmacology and Toxicology
Pharmaceutical Management and
Regulatory Affairs
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutics

24
18
18
24
10
18
18
10
10
18
18
24
24
18
18
24
24
18

24
18
18
24
10
18
18
10
10
18
18
24
24
18
18
24
24
18

5
5
5
5
0
5
5
0
0
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

24

24

18
18
18
18
18
18
24
24
18
18

18
18
18
18
18
18
24
24
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

18

18

18
24
18
18
24
18
24
24
18
24

18
24
18
18
24
18
24
24
18
24

5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

24

24

18
24

18
24

5
5

Quality Assurance

24

24

Sr.
No

14

Name of College

K.B.Intitute of Pharmaceutical Eduction and


Research, Gandhinagar

15

K.B.Raval College of Pharmacy, Gandhinagar

16

Shri Satsangi Saketdham "Ram Ashram" Group


of Institutions, Vadasma (K. J. College of
Pharmacy, Vadasma)

17

K.V. Virani Institute of Pharmacy & Research


Centre, Badhala, Ta- Savarkundala

18

Kalol Institute of Pharmacy, Kalol

19

L. B. Rao Institute of Pharmaceutical Education


& Research, Khambhat

20

21

L. J. Institute of Pharmacy, Ahmedabad

Maliba Pharmacy College, Bardoli,Uka Tarsadiya


university

Specialisation

Intake 2015-16
Sanctioned Actual
incl.
incl.
Sponsor
sponsor
sponsor

Pharmacology
Pharmacology-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacognosy
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Management and
Regulatory Affairs
Clinical Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics*

18
18
18
18
18

18
18
18
18
18

5
5
5
5
5

18

18

18
6

18
6

5
0

Quality Assurance*

Pharmaceutics
Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Technology

36
18
18
24
24

36
18
18
24
24

Pharmaceutical Management and


Regulatory Affairs

5
5
5
5
5
5

24

24

Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)


Pharmacology
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)

18
18
18
24
18
18

18
18
18
24
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
5

Pharmaceutics

18

18

Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical Technology-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmacology-2nd Shift
Pharmacology
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance-2nd Shift
Quality Assurance and Pharm
Regulatory Affairs
Quality Assurance and Pharm
Regulatory Affairs-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutical Management and
Regulatory Affairs-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutical Analysis
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacology
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutics-2nd Shift
New Drug Delivery System
Drug Discovery and Drug Development

18
36
18
18
18
24
24

18
36
18
18
18
24
24

5
5
5
5
5
5
5

24

24

24

24

24

24

18
18
18
24
24
24
24
24
24

18
18
18
24
24
24
24
24
24

5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Sr.
No

Name of College

22

Matushree V. B. Manvar College of Pharmacy,


Rajkot

23

N. R. Vekaria Institute of Pharmacy, Junagad

24

Noble Pharmacy College, Junagadh

25

Nootan Pharmacy College, Visnagar

26

Parul Institute of Pharmacy, Baroda

27

Parul Institute of Pharmacy and Research,


Baroda

28

Pioneer Pharmacy Degree College, Baroda

29

R.H Patel college of Pharmacy, Dahemi, Borsad

30

School of Pharmacy R. K. University, Rajkot

31

Ramanbhai Patel College of Pharmacy, Changa

Specialisation

Intake 2015-16
Sanctioned Actual
incl.
incl.
Sponsor
sponsor
sponsor

Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical Technology-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutics-2nd Shift
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance-2nd Shift
Quality Assurance Techniques
Quality Assurance Techniques-2nd
Shift
Pharma Technology
Pharma Technology-2nd Shift
Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)
Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)-2nd
Shift
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical Technology-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutics-2nd Shift
Pharmacology
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance-2nd Shift
Quality Assurance Techniques
Quality Assurance Techniques-2nd
Shift
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacology
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Technology
Quality Assurance
Pharmacology and Toxicology
Pharmaceutics (Drug Regulatory
Affairs)

18
36
24
24
24
18
18
24
24
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18

18
36
24
24
24
18
18
24
24
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

18

18

18
18
18

18
18
18

5
5
5

18

18

18
18
18
18
18
10
18
18

18
18
18
18
18
10
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
0
5
5

18

18

18
18
18
18
24
24
24
18
18
18

18
18
18
18
24
24
24
18
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

18

18

Clinical Pharmacy

18

18

Sr.
No

32

33

Name of College

Rofel G.M. Bilakhia College of Pharmacy, Vapi

S. J. Thakkar Pharmacy College, Rajkot

34

Samanway Institute of Pharmacy Education and


Research, Botad

35

Saraswati Institute of Pharmaceutical Science,


Gandhinagar

36

Sardar Patel College of Pharmacy, Bakrol

37

Sardar Patel University, V V Nagar

38

Sat Kaival College of Pharmacy, Sarsa

39

Saurastra University, Department of


Pharmaceutical Sciences, Rajkot (SFI)

40

Shankersinh Vaghela Bapu Institute of


Pharmacy, Vasan, Dist. Gandhinagar

41

Sharda School of Pharmacy, Pethapur

42

Shivam Pharmaceutical Studies and Research


Centre, Valasan - Anand

43

Shree Dhanvantary Pharmacy College, Kim,


Surat

44

Shree H. N. Shukla Institute of Pharmaceutical


Education & Research, Rajkot

45

Shree Krishna Institute of Pharmacy,


Shankhalpur

Specialisation

Intake 2015-16
Sanctioned Actual
incl.
incl.
Sponsor
sponsor
sponsor

Pharmacology
Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutics-2nd Shift

24
10
24

24
10
24

5
0
5

Quality Assurance

18

18

Pharmacology
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Analysis
Pharmaceutical Management and
Regulatory Affairs

18
18
18
24

18
18
18
24

5
5
5
5

24

24

Quality assurance

18

18

Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmacology
Pharmaceutics
Quality assurance
Quality Assurance*
Pharmaceutics*
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacology
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutical Bio-Technology
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacognosy
Pharmacology
Quality Assurance
Drug Regulatory Affairs
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics

24
24
18
18
18
24
24
18
18
24
18
18
18
10
19
13
13
19
13
18
18
24

24
24
18
18
18
24
24
18
18
24
18
18
18
10
19
13
13
19
13
18
18
24

Quality Assurance

24

24

5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
0
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)


Clinical Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacology
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)
Pharmaceutical Technology

18
18
10
18
18
36
18
42
42
18

18
18
10
18
18
36
18
42
42
18

5
5
0
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Quality Assurance

18

18

Sr.
No

Name of College

46

Smt. Champaben Vasantbhai Gajera Pharmacy


Mahila College, Amreli (Girls College)

47

Shree S.K.Patel College of Pharmaceutical


Education & Research, Kherva, Mehsana

48

Shree Swaminarayan Sanskar Pharmacy College,


At & Post Zundal, Dist: Gandhinagar.

49

Shri B. M. Shah College of Pharmaceutical


Education & Research, Modasa

50

Shri Sarvajanik Pharmacy College, Mehsana

51

Sigma Institute of Pharmacy, Bakrol

52

Smt. R. B. Patel Mahila Pharmacy College, Rajkot


(Girls College)

53

Smt. BNB Swaminarayn Pharmacy college,


Salvav, Vapi

54

Smt. R. D. Gardi B. Pharmacy College, Rajkot

55

Veerayatan Institute of Pharmacy, Mandvi

56

N. L. Patel College of Pharmacy (Vidyabharti


Trust College of Pharmacy,Umrakh)

Specialisation

Intake 2015-16
Sanctioned Actual
incl.
incl.
Sponsor
sponsor
sponsor

Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutical Bio-Technology
Industrial Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacognosy
Pharmacology
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacognosy
Pharmaceutical Technology
Quality Assurance
Pharmacognosy
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)
Industrial Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Analysis
Clinical Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutics-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacology
Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)
Pharmaceutical Management and
Regulatory Affairs
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacognosy
Pharmaceutical Technology
Quality Assurance Techniques
Pharmaceutics-2nd Shift
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance-2nd Shift
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmacy (Quality Assurance)
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical Analysis
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacology

18
18
10
18
10
24
18
18
24
18
18
24
24
10
24
24
18
18
18
18
24
24
18
24

18
18
10
18
10
24
18
18
24
18
18
24
24
10
24
24
18
18
18
18
24
24
18
24

5
5
0
5
0
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
0
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

24

24

18
18
24
24
24
18
24
18
18
18
18
18
18
24
18
18
18
18
18

18
18
24
24
24
18
24
18
18
18
18
18
18
24
18
18
18
18
18

5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Quality Assurance

18

18

Sr.
No

Name of College

57

Laxminarayandev coolege of Pharmacy,(Bholav)


Dt. Bharuch

58

Smt. S. M. Shah Pharmacy college, Amsaran Dt.


Kheda

Specialisation
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Quality Assurance
Total SFI
Grand Total (GOV/GIA+SFI)

Intake 2015-16
Sanctioned Actual
incl.
incl.
Sponsor
sponsor
sponsor
18
18
18
18
4569
4747

18
18
18
18
4569
4747

5
5
5
5
1095
1131

Notes:
1

* Indicates not applied for AICTE approval, being a University..

The Admission shall be subject to intake sanctioned by AICTE and affiliation by concerned University at the time
of counseling.

Tution fee for SFI institutes is as per Fee Regulatory Committee website www.frctech.ac.in

ANNEXURE - II
LIST OF HELP CENTRE
SR. NO.

COLLEGE NAME AND ADDRESS

DISTRICT

Central Zone I
1

L .D .College of Engineering, Ahmedabad (Only for sponsored, GATE Qualified &


Outside Gujarat Candidates), ACPC building, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad-380015

Ahmedabad

Vishwakarma Government Engineering College, Chandkheda


Nr. Visat Petrol Pump, Sabarmati-Gandhinagar Higway, Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad

L. M. College of Pharmacy, Ahmedabad


Opp. Gujarat University, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad

Government Engineering College, Bhavnagar


Near BPTI, Vidyanagar, Bhavnagar-364002

Bhavnagar

Silver Oak College of Engineering & Technology, Ahmedabad Ahmedabad*


Opp. Bhagwat Vidhyapith, S. G. Highway, Nr. Gota Cross Road, Ahmedabad - 382 481.

Shree Pandit Nathulalji Vyas Technical Campus, Surendranagar*


C/O Euro Kids Campus, Jain Hind Society Corner, Jintan Road, Surendranagar Surendranagar-363 001.

Ahmedabad
Surendranagar

Central Zone I I
1

BVM Engineering College, Vallabh V idyanagar


Opp. Shastri ground , CVM Campus, Vallabh Vidyanagar -388120, Dist:Anand

Anand

Government Engineering College, Dahod


Jhalod Road, Dahod- 389151

Dahod

Faculty of Technology & Engineering, MSU, Baroda


Kalabhavan, Rajmahel Road, Vadodara- 390001

Vadodara

Parul Institute of Engineering & Technology, Vadodara*


Roshani Technology Park,GF Bhavani society, Nr. Water Tank, Karelibaug, Vadodara-390018

Vadodara

5.

Anand Pharmacy College*


Opposite Town Hall, Anand 388001

Anand
North Zone

Government Engineering College, Modasa


Shamalaji Road, Modasa-383315, Dist : Sabarkantha

U V Patel College of Engineering* Mehsana Urban Bank Vidyalaya, Nr. Rajkamal Petrol Pump, Mehsana-384 002.

Mehsana

Sankalchand Patel College of Engineering, Visnagar*


Sankalchand Patel Sahakar Vidyadham, Gandhinagar - Ambaji State Highway Mehsana Link Road, Visnagar-384
315.

Mehsana

Grow More Faculty of Engineering, Himmatnagar*


Grow More Group of Institutions, Ahmedabad-Udaipur Highway, Sabarkantha Himmatnagar,
Dist. Sabarkantha-383 001
Merchant Engineering College,*
Merchant Education Campus, Visnagar-Mehsana Highway,
At & Po Basna,Ta-Visnagar, Dist-Mehsana.Pin-384315

Sabarkantha

Sabarkantha

Mehsana

South Zone
1

Government Engineering College, Bharuch


Old N.H. 8, Bholav, Bharuch

Dr.S. & S.S. Ghandhy Government Engineering College, Surat


Ring Road, Opp. R.T.O. Majura Gate, Surat-395001

Surat

Government Engineering College, Valsad


Between B.K.M. science college and Govt. Polytechnic, Tithal Road, Valsad -396001

Valsad

Bharuch

West Zone
1

B. K. MODI GOVERNMENT PHARMACY COLLEGE, RAJKOT


Polytechnic Campus, Near Aji Dam, Bhavnagar Road, Rajkot-360 003

Rajkot

Government Engineering College, Bhuj


New Ravalwadi Relocation Site, Near Uma Nagar, Bhuj - Kutch

Kutch

Government Engineering College, Rajkot


Nr.Hanuman Temple, Mavdi-Kankot Road, Rajkot

Rajkot

Marwadi Education Foundations Group of Institution FACULTY OF PG Studies & Research in Engg. and
Tech.* --Help centre address:-Marwadi Shares & Finance Limited, Near Kathiawad Gymkhana, Dr. Radhakrishna
Road, Opp. Rajkumar College, Rajkot
B.H.Gardi College of Engineering & Technology *
C/o Gardi Help Centre,
st
1 Floor Business Bay, Near Punjab National Bank,Kalawad Road -360005

* Voluntary Help centre

Rajkot

Rajkot

Annexure-III
LIST OF PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK FOR
M.E. / M.TECH / M. PHARM ADMISSION for the year 2014-15
Sr. No.

Name of the Branch

ADDRESS

Ahmedabad, Mahalaxmi, Paldi

Ashirvad Complex, Opp.kothavala Flats, Kocharab Paldi Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad Chandkheda

7-10, Gr.Floor, Sarjan II, Opp. Janta Nagar, 100ft Ring Rd, Chandkheda, Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad Maninagar (E)

Maninagar, Ahmedabad

4
5

Ahmedabad Nawa wadaj


Ahmedabad Relief Road

7, Shivalik Yash Complex, Opp Shastri Nagar BRTS bus Stop, Narangpura, Ahmedabad.
Nr LIC Building, Pattharkuwa,Relief Road, Ahmedabad-380001

Ahmedabad Bapunagar

Mahalaxmi Diomond Factory,Nr Swaminarayan Mandir, Ahmedabad - 380025

Ahmedabad Vanijya Bhavan

Opp D B School, Kankaria, Ahmedabad- 380022

Atmajyoti, Vadodara

Atmajyoti Ashram Road, Ellora Park,Vadodara.390 007

KARELIBAUGH, VADODARA

A-13, SANGAM SOCIETY, KARELIBAUGH, HARNI ROAD, VADODARA

10

SURAT, LAL GATE, MG ROAD

LAL GATE SURAT - 395003

11

Sagrampura, Surat

Empire State Bldg., Nr. Udhna Darwaja, Ring Road, Surat.

12

Jubilee Chauk, Rajkot

Jubilee Chowk,Rajkot .360 001

13

Kalawad Road, Rajkot

Ravi Tower, Opp. Parimal School,Kalawad Road, Rajkot

14

Valsad

V.P. Road, Valsad-396 001

15

Dahod

Ground Floor Durga Mill Compound, Gadi Road, Govind Nagar Road, Opp. Labana
Hospital Central park Dahod Pin 389380

16

Himmatnagar

1st floor, Mahalaxmi Chamber, Opp. Town Police Station, Himatnagar 383001.

17

Bhuj-Kutch

Station Road, Bhuj Kutch 370001

18

Bharuch

Soneri Mahal, Lallubhai Chakla, Bharuch 392001

19

Mahesana

Madhuvan Complex, Mehsana

20

Bhavnagar, Main

Opp. Bhidbhanjan Mahadev Mandir, Ramvadi, Bhavnagar-364001

21

Anand

Station Road, Anand

22

Surendranagar

MehtaMarkert,MainRoad,Opp.SattaHall,Surendranagar-363001.

23

Gandhinagar

Sector-16,GH-4,Gandhinagar-382016

24

Jamnagar,Main

RanjitRoad,Jamnagar-361001.

25

Junagadh

Dewan chowk, Junagadh-362001.

26

Vallabh Vidya nagar

Ground Floor, Vidhya Bhawan Complex, B/H.B.V.M. Engineering


College,Vallabh Vidyanagar.

27

Ahmedabad, Gota

Nr. SIS Building, Gota Cross Road, Gota, Ahmedabad.

ANNEXURE - IV
SEBC CASTE
CERTIFICATE

APPENDIX - V
NON CREAMY LAYER CERTIFICATE (NCL) FOR SEBC
CATEGORY

APPENDIX - VI
SCHEDULE CASTE (SC)
CERTIFICATE

APPENDIX - VII
SCHEDULE TRIBE (ST)
CERTIFICATE

APPENDIX VIII
MEDICAL CERTIFICATE FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED CANDIDATE
FORM OF CERTIFICATE FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED CANDIDATE FOR ADMISSION
TO POST GRADUATE DEGREE ENGINEERING AND PHARMACY COLLEGES
IN GUJARAT STATE
1. Full name of candidate :
2. O.P.D. Case No. :
3. (a) Nature of disability :
(to be mentioned in box on the right side)
POLIO; CEREBRAL PALCY,
HEMIPLEGIA, QUADRUPLEGIA, AMPUTATIONS,
CONGENITAL & AQUIRED DEFORMITY
VISUAL IMPAIRED,
HEARING IMPAIRED,
OTHERS
(b)

Extent of disability :
(to be mentioned in box on the right side)
BELOW 40% / 40% TO 60% / ABOVE 60% / TOTAL DISABILITY

4. Despite the disability whether the candidate is fit to undergo YES / NO


engineering/pharmacy education and will be able
to
discharge
his/her
duties
as
an
engineer/pharmacist (Please state YES or NO in box
on the right side and strike out whichever course
is not applicable)
I certify that Shri/Kum. .................................................................................................................................... has been
examined by me Dr. .................................................................. Designation : ...................................... on / /20 , and has been
found physically disabled and in my opinion, he/she is in a position to undertake engineering/pharmacy course
and perform the functions of an engineer/pharmacist.

Outward No. : Signature of competent authority of


Date : Govt. Hospital (District or State level)

STAMP
Round
Stamp
Countersigned by Medical Superintendent/
Civil Surgeon of Govt. Hospital (District or State level)

APPENDIX IX
Sponsorship Certificate
(From the Sponsorer on the Company/Institute Letter Head)

This is to Certify that Mr./ Ms. ...................................................................................................... is working


in ................................................................................ (Name of Organization/
Institute) as.......................................................................... on full time basis from...................................
He/She is permitted to join M.E. / M. Tech. / M. Pharm. programme from the academic year 2014-15.
He/She will be allowed to continue the said programme on full time basis till the completion of the
programme. The institute shall pay all the salary/wages to the above candidate as being paid as on this day
for the entire period of deputation.

Date:
Place:
Signature of sponsoring authority with Official Seal