For Engineering Courses
For admission to B.Tech. (CSE, ECE, IT & ME) courses, the candidate must have appeared in JEE-2018 (Main) for 85% quota (Punjab State) / JEE-2018 (Main) for 15% quota (other states) and also fulfill the following conditions:
He / She have passed the 10+2 / Diploma or its equivalent examination conducted by a recognized Board / University / Council.
Passed 10+2 Examination from a board recognized or established by Central / State Govt. through a legislation with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with any one of the following subjects:
• Computer Science
Passed their 10th or 10+2 examination with science stream and passed diploma in any Engineering Trade from Punjab State Board of Technical Education & Industrial Training, Chandigarh or Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Longowal (SLIET).
Any such examination from any other recognized State Board of Technical Education.
Have passed two years certificate course from Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Longowal (SLIET) shall be eligible. The candidates who are appearing in the qualifying examination shall also be eligible to appear for counselling based on JEE-2018. The admission of such candidates shall be purely provisional and shall stand cancelled, if they fail to produce their eligibility at the time of admission and such candidates shall have no claim, whatsoever, for admission to these courses through Counselling.
For Lateral Entry in B.Tech. IInd year
Lateral Entry admission to B.Tech. programmer for Diploma holder(s) at the 2nd year level is made through the counselling conducted by Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar on the basis of merit prepared from the marks secured in the Diploma stream and also fulfill the following conditions :
i. Admission in the lateral entry (B.Tech. IInd year) eligibility criteria as per Punjab Govt. Notification / IKGPTU Information Brochure – 2018.
For MBA Course
a. All those candidates who have passed Bachelors Degree of minimum three year duration in any discipline from a University recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and with valid rank in CMAT shall be eligible to apply for MBA course.
Note: In case of any change in the information, it will be notified on the Institute website from time to time.
Eligibility For Admission
Reference on the subject noted above. In suppression of this department memo No. 35/44/95-IT(2)/978, Dated 21st March, 2003, the following shall be the eligibility criteria for admission to Professional / Diploma / Degree / Post Graduate level Engineering / Technical / Pharmacy and Architecture courses in Punjab State for session 2003-2004:-
(i) 85% seats will be reserved for the candidates from within the State of Punjab and 15% will be open to all candidates on All India basis. The eligibility criteria for 85% seats will be that the candidate must be resident of Punjab State in terms of Punjab Government, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (PP II Branch) Letter No. 1/3/95-3PP II/9619 dated 6th June, 1996 and letter No. 1/3/95-3PP-II/81 dated 1st January, 1999 and should have passed qualifying examination from any recognized Board / University.
In case the residence certificate is found at any stage to be false or incorrect, the admission against Punjab quota shall be liable to be cancelled, without prejudice to any criminal proceedings that may be initiated. Furthermore, the fees or any other amount paid, including advance or security, shall be automatically treated as forfeited.
(ii) The above condition regarding a candidate being resident of Punjab shall not be applicable to the following categories of candidates:-
a. Candidates seeking admission under NRI quota; if eventually permitted.
b. Children, wards and dependents of Punjab Government employees and employees of Boards / Corporations / Statutory Bodies / Companies / Co-operative Societies set up or owned or controlled by the Punjab Government, including those established by or under an Act of the State of Punjab or a Central Act, by the Punjab Government, posted within or outside the state of Punjab.
c. Children, wards and dependents of members of All-India Services borne on Punjab Cadre, irrespective of where the officer is posted. This shall also include children, wards and dependents of members of All India Services borne on cadres other than that of Punjab, provided the said officer is on deputation with Punjab Government or any of its Boards, corporations, statutory bodies, companies, co-operative Societies enumerated in sub-para(b) above irrespective his place of posting.
d. Children, wards and dependents of the Central Government employees who have served for at least two years in connection with the affairs of the Punjab Government or any of its Boards, Corporations, Statutory Bodies, Companies, Co-operative Societies enumerated in sub-para (b) above out of 5 years proceeding the year of entrance examination;
e. Children, wards and dependents of those Punjab Government pensioners settled outside Punjab.
f. Children, wards and dependents of military / para-military forces personnel belonging to the State of Punjab as per record at the time of their entry in service (A certificate on prescribed proforma by the Commanding officers of the Unit has to be furnished); and
g. Children, wards and dependents of the ex-employees of military/para military forces personnel belonging to the State of Punjab as per record at the time of their entry into service.
(iii) A candidate must have appeared in the JEE(Main) conducted by the CBSE New Delhi for admission of graduate courses.
(iv) The guidelines issued for the grant of residence certificates / bonafide resident Punjab by the Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (PP-2 Br.) vide No. 1/3/95-3P-2/9619, dated the 6th June, 1996 and I.D. No. 1/2/96-3PP-2/8976, dated 7th July, 1998 and No. 1/3/95-3PP-2/80, dated 1st January, 1999 and further instructions, issued by that Department, if any, will be adhered to in letter and spirit while making admission to the degree / Technological courses in the Engineering Colleges and in the University etc.
(v) NRI seats were being previously filled as per guidelines issued by AICTE vide No. F.38-7/Legal/2001, dated 03.10.2001. However, the admission to NRI seats, if at all permitted by the Government of India and / or the AICTE, in light of the interpretation of the Judgment of the honourable Supreme Court of India in the case of TMA Pai Foundation and other vs. State of Karnataka and others (2002) & SCC 481:AIR 2003 SC 355), shall only be in accordance with the fresh guidelines to be issued by them, in due course.
Exemption under above para
Children / wards / dependent (whose parent are not alive) of all those regular Punjab Government employees, members of All India Service borne on Punjab cadre, Serving Judges and the employees of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, employees of Boards / Corporations / Statutory Bodies established by an act of the state of Punjab who have been holding post outside Punjab on or before 1st January of the year of entrance test that is on or before 1st January, 2018 and their children / wards / dependents may have done 10+1 ad / or 10+2 otuside Punjab.