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Scholarship Scheme

 

 Special Scholarship 2020-21

Ansal University provides merit based; need based special scholarships; and fee concessions to undergraduate and postgraduate students as per university policy. The objective of these scholarships / fee concessions is to support and motivate students for higher education and facilitate in their desire to learn further. Every year students from across the country seek admissions to various programs in Ansal University.

 Keeping in view of the current economic crisis posed by COVID 19 Pandemic, Ansal University has announced the following Special Scholarships to support students in this unprecedented time.

S.No

Category

Special Scholarship

No. of Scholarships

 

All Undergraduate Programs

25% of First Year Tuition Fees

50% of Total Class Strength

 

All Post-graduate Programs

25% of First Semester Tuition Fees

50% of Total Class Strength

ELIGIBILITY

  1. Candidates meeting minimum eligibility requirements for admission in a particular program as per Ansal University Admission norms.
  1. Candidates admitted under Lateral Entry Scheme are also eligible to apply for this scholarship for the entry year.

EXCLUSIONS: Categories of Candidates NOT eligible for special scholarship:

  1. Candidates availing any other scholarship/ fee concession from Ansal University.
  2. Student already availing benefit of any government scheme/support.
  3. Candidates gaining admission through special approval from Vice-Chancellor

      

 

Vatel composite scholarship

Program

Criteria

Scholarship

Bachelor’s in Hotel Management 

Composite Score
60 - 64.9
(Class XII + AUEE)

25% on 1st Year Tuition Fee

Composite Score
65 - 69.9
(Class XII + AUEE)

50% on 1st Year Tuition Fee

Composite Score
70 - 74.9
(Class XII + AUEE)

75% on 1st Year Tuition Fee

Composite Score
75 & Above
(Class XII + AUEE)

100% on 1st Year Tuition Fee

  1. Scholarships: Ansal University has various scholarship policies:

  • Entry Level Scholarships
  • Merit Based Scholarship For UG & PG Programmes
  • Haryana Domicile Fee Concession
  • Fee Structure and Scholarships for Students from Nepal
  • Special Scholarships for Students from J&K and North East
  • Special Composite Scholarships for SSD / SET / SSB / SSAA
  1. Fee for Foreign Students except SAARC Countries: The academic fees and the hostel fees will be 1.5 times the fee payable by students Resident in India.
  2. Commencement of Session 2020 for SSAA/ SSPD/SET/SHM/SOL– 17th August 2020
  3. Commencement of Session 2020 for SHS/SSB/SSD – 27th July 2020

  

Scholarship Schemes - Session 2020

  

To attract bright and meritorious students to various programmes of Ansal University, scholarship schemes have been devised. There are also the schemes aimed at helping students who are unable to afford the fees due to financial constraints. This documents includes a note on fee structure and all the scholarship schemes including the eligibility criteria to be eligible for them.

1.         Fee Structure

 The fee structure is the basis of awarding scholarships. These are defined as percentage of either the Tuition Fee or the Total Fee. The Fee Structure is as defined in the prospectus as per following guidelines:

(a)       For Students Resident in India:                                                                      As per the fee structure published every year

(b)       For Foreign Nationals (Except SAARC Countries)/ NRIs/ OCIs:            1.5 Times of the Fee applicable to those

residents in India

(c)        Students from SAARC Countries (Except Nepal):                                      Same as applicable to those residents

in India

(d)       Students from Nepal:                                                                                         Same as applicable to those residents in India but treating one Indian Rupee equal to one Nepali Rupee only on academic fee but the hostel fee will remain same as Indian Students.

2.         Entry Level Scholarships (at the time of admissions): All students (except those from Nepal) are eligible, subject to criteria specified below:

 

 

Programme

 

Qualifying Examination

 

Entrance Examination

Sibling of existing/past students of

AU/AIT***

Criteria

Scholarship

Criteria

Scholarship

 

 

All Undergraduate

≥ 95%

100% of Tuition Fee

Nata Score* ≥ 75% IIT-JEE Main* ≥25000

100% of Tuition Fee

 

 

10% of Tuition Fee

90% to 94.99%

75% of Tuition Fee

IIT-JEE Main* 25001-50000

75% of Tuition Fee

85% to 89.99%

50% of Tuition Fee

IIT-JEE Main* 50001-100000

50% of Tuition Fee

80% to 84.99%

25% of Tuition Fee

IIT-JEE Main* Qualified

25% of Tuition Fee

 

 

All

Post Graduate Programmes

≥ 90%

100% of Tuition Fee

MAT Score** ≥700 CAT/XAT** ≥75 Percentile Composite Score

100% of Tuition Fee

 

 

 

10% of Tuition Fee

85% to 89.99%

75% of Tuition Fee

MAT Score** 650-699

CAT/XAT** 70-75 Percentile Composite Score

75% of Tuition Fee

80% to 84.99%

50% of Tuition Fee

MAT Score** 600-649

CAT/XAT** 65-70 Percentile Composite Score

50% of Tuition Fee

75% to 79.99%

25% of Tuition Fee

-

-

 

Notes:

  1. *The criteria mentioned based on the Entrance Examinations are subject to securing a minimum of 75% score in qualifying examination.
  2. **The criteria mentioned based on the Entrance Examinations are subject to securing a minimum of 60% score in qualifying examination. We may include scores of NEET and NCHM after getting more details.
  3. ***In case of siblings, only one of them with higher fee will be eligible.
  4. Entry level scholarships will be applicable for first semester only and will be as a percentage of tuition fee. Therefore, it is to be noted that any scholarship granted at the time of admissions does not guarantee continuation of the same in the subsequent semesters. Please refer to Section 3 of this policy for scholarships from second semester onwards.
  5. Lateral/migration students are not eligible for the entry level scholarships.
  6. Students from Nepal are not eligible for entry level scholarships.

 

 

3.         Merit-based scholarships for UG and PG programmes (second semester onwards)

 Scholarship after first semester (i.e. second semester onwards) shall be awarded based on academic performance during the previous semester and other eligibility conditions which are as follows:

(a)       SGPA ≥9.5 in the previous semester:             100% of the tuition fee in the semester

(b)      SGPA 9.0-9.49 in the previous semester:      75% of the tuition fee in the semester

(c)       SGPA 8.5-8.99 in the previous semester:      50% of the tuition fee in the semester

(d)      SGPA 8.0-8.49 in the previous semester:      25% of the tuition fee in the semester

Based on the eligibility mentioned above, the merit-based scholarships shall be awarded subject to following limits:

(a)       Maximum 10 students in order of merit in a programme with batch size of 60 or more on-roll students

(b)      Maximum 5 students in order of merit in a program with batch size of 30 to 59 on-roll students

(c)       Maximum 2 students in order of merit in a program with batch size of 10 to 30 on-roll students

(d)      NIL students if the on-roll students in a batch are less than 10.

 

If there is a conflict while drawing the merit due to multiple students having same SGPA, it can be resolved by calculating SGPA up to three decimal points. If still not resolved, the amount of scholarship available for that rank will be distributed equally among number of students securing that rank.

Additional Conditions applicable for grant of merit-based scholarships:

(a)       The percentage of scholarships will be calculated on tuition fee only

(b)      Students should not have been debarred from taking end-semester examinations due to short attendance in the previous semester.

(c)       The student should have passed all the examinations in first attempt in previous semester.

(d)      The student should not have been involved in any act of indiscipline or any police case inside or outside the University during his/her period of studies at AU, till the scholarships are decided.

(e)      If a student is not eligible for scholarship in a semester, he/she can be eligible in subsequent semester(s) subject to fulfilling all the conditions except (d) above under “Additional Conditions”.

(f)       Lateral entry/ migration students will not be eligible for merit-based scholarships until they complete one semester at AU and fulfill all the conditions mentioned herein. For example, if a student joins AU at the beginning of 3rd semester, he/ she can become eligible for merit based scholarship only during the 4th semester based on academic performance in 3rd semester and fulfilling other conditions.

(g)      If these scholarships are not finalized before the date of payment of the semester fee, the students will be required to pay full fee and if he/ she is granted scholarship, the amount will be adjusted against the fee of next semester or be refunded (in case of final semester students).

(h)      Students from Nepal will not be eligible for these scholarships due to their special fee structure.

 

4.    Haryana domicile Fee Concession (Applicable to both UG and PG Programmes)

4.1      The fee concession to the students of Ansal University will be awarded on the basis of merit-cum- means and shall be awarded to 25% of students who are domicile of Haryana in accordance with Haryana Private Universities Act, 2006. The fee concession shall be as per Clause No. 36 (2) of the Act which states that;

The fee structure for the 25% of total intake of students who are domicile of Haryana shall be based on merit cum means as follows:

(i)        One Fifth of the twenty five percent shall be granted full (100%) fee concession

(ii)      Two fifth of the Twenty Five Percent shall be granted fifty percent (50%) Fee Concession

(iii)    The balance two fifth of the twenty five percent shall be granted twenty Five percent (25%) fee concession

 

4.2      The actual expenses on account of the fee concessions for all the programmes running under Ansal University would be provided for, after completion of the admission process each year based on

actual number of enrolments.

 

4.3      Notwithstanding the fee concessions, all candidates selected for admission will have to deposit their fee as per clause 2 of the Ordinance 6 to secure their admission. On grant of fee concessions, if at all, by the Fee Concession/Fellowship/ Scholarship Committee, the fee concession amount will be refunded/or adjusted against subsequent semester fee.

 

4.4      Fee concessions shall be granted to admitted students in the First year on the basis of the performance in the merit cum-means list of the concerned programme and in the later years on the basis of their satisfactory academic performance during the course of study and as per the conditions laid down under ‘Applicability and continuity of Fee Concession’ (refer para 4.6).

4.5      Application Process for Fee Concession

(i)      Interested eligible candidates shall submit their application in the prescribed form along with the required proofs on or before the last date notified each year by the University at the Commencement of the Academic session. Applications received after the last date will not be considered.

(ii)    Candidate along with parents may be called for interaction with the Committee to help in assessment of the financial position. Failure of parents to come can invalidate the application and/or delay the disbursement if at all applicable.

4.6      Applicability & Continuity of Fee Concession

  1. Haryana domicile Fee Concession is applicable to both UG and PG Programmes.
  2. This fee concession is awarded on “merit-cum-means” basis. Merit will be considered as the first criteria followed by means.
  3. Must meet the eligibility criteria for continuation of registration in terms of relevant Ordinance on “Course Credit Regulation and Grading System” and promotion and pass in all the courses.
  4. Must meet the attendance criteria of Ansal University as per relevant Ordinance and should not be debarred from taking the examinations due to shortage of attendance.
  5. Must not have been suspended for any grave act of indiscipline as decided by the Disciplinary Committee of the Ansal University in terms of relevant Ordinance
  6. There should not have been any case of use of Unfair Means in examinations.
  7. No case of ragging against the applicant.
  8. Fee concession shall be reviewed yearly. In case the family income surpass the minimum prescribed limit, the scholarship will be withdrawn.
  9. Lateral/Migration entry admission shall not be considered for Haryana Domicile fee concession
  10. Students should pass all subjects in the first attempt in order to continue to get the scholarship.
  11. Candidate whose parents’ annual income is above 6 lakhs shall not be eligible for fee concession in Haryana Domicile category.
  12. Once a student is placed under a category of scholarship as mentioned in clause 4.1 and is eligible for continuation, he/ she cannot move to a higher category (percentage of fee concession).
  13. A student will be eligible to avail only one type of scholarship/ fee concession out of the ones mentioned in this policy.
  14. The percentage of aggregate marks for the purpose of calculating eligibility for a programme or for the purpose of ascertaining the eligibility for scholarships will include all the subjects taken by a student in class 10+2 that are considered for calculating the results/ SGPA.
  15. Wherever the results have been given based on CGPA on different scales, it will be converted to a 10- point scale or percentage (out of 100) for the purpose of ascertaining the eligibility criteria.
  16. If a student intends to avail any other scholarship/ financial assistance from other central/ state Government or non-Governmental agencies in India or abroad, which is less than the scholarship amount he/ she is awarded by AU, the amount received from external agencies will be deducted from the amount receivable from AU. It is the responsibility of the student to inform AU authorities about such external scholarship/ financial aid (whatever name it might have) and submit relevant documents related to the same. If any such information is concealed by the students, it will be treated as misrepresentation of facts.
  17. The schemes may be changed for subsequent batches.
General Notes:

 

 Scholarships based on Admission/ Scholarship Tests Conducted by Schools of the University

 Schools of AU may conduct their own admission/ scholarship tests to attract meritorious students. Based on the performance in such tests, the following scholarships may be awarded:

  

 

Performance

in Test

Scholarship

Number of

Scholarships

Remarks

 

Score ≥ 95%

100% waiver of fee payable to Foreign Institutional Partners like UoW, AUB and others

or

100% tuition fee waiver for first Semester

Up to 2

Subject to securing 75% and 60% for UG and PG admissions respectively

 

Score 90% -

94.99%

75% tuition fee waiver for first Semester

Up to 2

Subject to securing 75% and 60% for UG and PG admissions

respectively

 

Score 85% -

89.99%

50% tuition fee waiver for first Semester

Up to 3

Subject to securing 75% and 60% for UG and PG admissions

respectively

 

Score 80% -

84.99%

25% tuition fee waiver for first Semester

Up to 4

Subject to securing 75% and 60% for UG and PG admissions

respectively

 

Notes:-

  1. These are one time scholarships
  2. Since there may be multiple tests conducted by a School, each of the above scholarships may not be awarded for each of the tests conducted. The average scores of a test will guide the decision. The scholarships will be recommended by the Dean concerned and will be approved by the Vice Chancellor. However, the number of scholarships for a programme during the year will be as per limits specified.
  3. The Dean concerned will ensure that the tests are of good standard in line with national level tests conducted by testing agencies.
  4. This is applicable for admissions in 2020 and may change for subsequent years.

 

Fee Structure and Scholarships for Students from Nepal - 2020

The following fee structure and scholarship policy will be applicable to students from Nepal:

The fee payable by students from Nepal will be as applicable to students resident in India in nominal terms. However, they can pay it in Indian Rupees equivalent to those many Nepali Rupees. For example, if the fee for a programme of Ansal University is INR 2,00,000, they will be required to pay 2,00,000 Nepali Rupees in Indian Rupees equivalent.

Since this applies to fee for all programmes excluding hostel fee, these students will not be eligible for any other scholarships.

  • Hostel Fee – Same as applicable to Indian Students
  • Fee will be paid directly to AU by the student.

To continue to avail the special fee, they need to fulfill all other criteria for admissions and academic criteria as per regulations.

The special fee benefit may be withdrawn if these students are found involved in any act of indiscipline inside or outside the University and/ or use of Unfair Means during any examinations, as defined in various regulations and guidelines of the University.

This is applicable to students seeking admission in 2020 and may change for subsequent batches.

  

Special Scholarships and Policy on Wards of J & K Migrants and North East  

  1. Special Scholarships

 (a)  1% of total intake in academic session 2020-21 can be granted special scholarships by the management based on student's financial background, academic excellence, achievements in sports and co-curricular activity, if duly recommended by the committee appointed by the Vice Chancellor from time to time.

 (b) Wards/ Spouses of Employees working in any School/ Department of AU/API/CCT will be granted fee concession of 20% of tuition fee. The status of such students will be confirmed by the Dean concerned from the Head of the School/ Department of AU/ API/ CCT where the parent is working, before renewal of such scholarship every semester.

 

  1. Reservation and Relaxation to Wards of J & K Migrants and North East   

15% of the Tuition Fee on 1st Year Fee

The Kashmiri migrant’s wards will be provided following concessions, in observance of UGC communication D.O. No, F.1-1/2012 (SA-III) dated 13 March, 2015 and D.O. No F.1- 13/2010 CPP-II) dated 23 March 2015:

 (i)         Relaxation in cut-off percentage up to 10% subject to minimum eligibility requirements.

(ii)       Two supernumerary seats in each programme or 5% increase in intake capacity course wise shall be provided.

(iii)    At least one seat in merit quota shall be reserved in all schools of study in the university.

(iv)    Wards of Kashmiri migrant will not be required to submit domicile at the time of admission.

 

 

 

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