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Scholarships

Academics

Scholarships and Aid

Scholarship for New Applicants

Merit Scholarship Schemes (Second Year onwards)

Scholarships for Current Students

Scholarship Scheme (2nd year onwards) for students of UG programmes admitted in 2021-22
Scholarship in the previous yearCGPA of the previous yearScholarship status
L18.0 or aboveSame to continue
7.0 or above and below 8.0Move to Level 2 (L2)
Below 7.0No scholarship
L2/L3L4/L58.5 or aboveMove one level up
7.5 or above and below 8.5Same to continue
7.0 or above and below 7.5Move one level down
Below 7.0No scholarship
No Scholarship8.5 or aboveLevel 5 (L5)

Description of scholarship levels:

Level

Academic Fee waiver

Hostel Fee waiver

Level 1 (L1)

100%

100%

Level 2 (L2)

75%

75%

Level 3 (L3)

50%

50%

Level 4 (L4)

25%

Nil

Level 5 (L5)

15%

Nil

Scholarship Scheme (2nd year onwards) for students of UG programmes admitted in 2020-21

For those who availed of scholarship at the time of admissions in 2020-21:

Criteria for scholarshipScholarship

1.       Availed benefits under admission scholarship in the category of 90% to 100% aggregate in XII exams, 2019-20, and

2.       Continuing with CGPA 9.0 or above in all the consecutive years

Same benefits to continue

1.       Availed benefits under admission scholarship in the category of 90% to 100% aggregate in XII exams, 2019-20, and

2.       CGPA 8.5 or above and below 9.0

Scholarship equivalent to 75% of fees

1.       Availed benefits under admission scholarship in the category of 85% to 90% aggregate in XII exams, 2019-20, and

2.       CGPA 8.5 or above and below 9.0

Same benefits to continue

Merit Scholarship for all the students (2nd year onwards):

Criteria for scholarship

Scholarship

Up to top 10% students, who have also obtained CGPA of 9.0 and above at the end of an academic year

Equivalent to 75% of the tuition fee

Remaining students among top 20%, who have also obtained CGPA of 8.0 and above at the end of an academic year

Equivalent to 50% of the tuition fee

Note: Those students who are eligible under the above two criteria and they are eligible for other scholarship schemes of JKLU as well, shall be awarded a scholarship, whichever is higher.

Scholarship Scheme (2nd year onwards) for students of B. Tech Programme admitted in 2019-20

For those who availed of scholarship at the time of admissions in 2019-20:

Criteria for scholarship

Scholarship

1.       Availed benefits under admission scholarship in the category of 90% to 100% aggregate in XII exams, 2018-19, and

2.       Continuing with CGPA 9.0 or above in all the consecutive years

Same benefits to continue

1.       Availed benefits under admission scholarship in the category of 90% to 100% aggregate in XII exams, 2018-19, and

2.       CGPA 8.5 or above and below 9.0

Scholarship equivalent to 75% of fees

1.       Availed benefits under admission scholarship in the category of 85% to 90% aggregate in XII exams, 2019-20, and

2.       CGPA 8.5 or above and below 9.0

Same benefits to continue

Merit Scholarship for all the students (2nd year onwards):

Criteria for scholarship

Scholarship

Up to top 10% students, who have also obtained CGPA of 9.0 and above at the end of an academic year

Equivalent to 75% of the tuition fee

Remaining students among top 20%, who have also obtained CGPA of 8.0 and above at the end of an academic year

Equivalent to 50% of the tuition fee

Note: Those students who are eligible under the above two criteria and they are eligible for other scholarship schemes of JKLU as well, shall be awarded a scholarship, whichever is higher.

Eligibility

FOR B.Tech. Programmes
  • Minimum 70% aggregate marks in both Class X & XII for B.Tech. (CSE) and 65 % for B.Tech. (ME & ECE). For class X marks, five subjects will be considered. Four compulsory subjects are English, Maths, Social Studies, and Science. In case, 10th board has more than five subjects, the fifth subject will be of applicant’s choice. For Class XII marks, four subjects will be considered. These four are:  English, Physics, Chemistry and Maths. In case, 12th board has more than four subjects, marks in additional subjects will not be considered or equivalent grades from a recognized Central/State Board/University Examination in India or in any foreign country recognized as equivalent to 10+2 system by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
  • Students appearing in the final examination of 10+2 may also apply. However, the admission will be provisional subject to achieving the minimum marks.
  • Foreign Nationals/ Persons of Indian Origin/Non-Resident Indian candidates can be considered for admission on the basis of their marks in 10+2 or equivalent examination only.
  • It may however be noted that possessing minimum qualification does not guarantee admission. University carries out a holistic evaluation of all achievements and takes a decision accordingly. The median 12th class marks among students admitted to Engineering last year was around 85%.
  • As part of holistic evaluation of student applications, in case of exceptional students, VC may approve a relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum requirement for a programme.
FOR M.Tech. Programmes
  • The scholarship offered by JKLU is applicable for the duration of the programme, subject to maintaining the required CGPA.
    • Applicants qualifying GATE, will be eligible for 100% scholarship on Academic Fee.
    • Applicants with exceptional achievements will be eligible for maximum 50% scholarship on Academic Fee.

    For scholarship in the second year, students must secure a CGPA of 7.5 or higher in the first year.

For BCA Programme
  • Minimum 60% aggregate marks in both Class X & XII (For class X compulsory subjects are English, Maths, Social Studies, Science and fifth subject of applicant’s choice. For Class XII compulsory subjects are English, Maths/Physics/ Economics/ Accountancy/ Computer Science/Informatics Practices and two subjects of applicant’s choice) or equivalent grades from a recognized Central/State Board/University Examination in India or in any foreign country recognized as equivalent to 10+2 system by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
  • Students appearing in the final examination of 10+2 may also apply. However, the admission will be provisional subject to achieving the minimum marks.
  • Foreign Nationals/ Persons of Indian Origin/Non-Resident Indian candidates can be considered for admission on the basis of their marks in 10+2 or equivalent examination only.
  • It may however be noted that possessing minimum qualification does not guarantee admission. University carries out a holistic evaluation of all achievements and takes a decision accordingly. The median 12th class marks among students admitted to BCA last year was around 72%.
For BBA Programme
  • Minimum 60% aggregate marks in both Class X & XII or equivalent grades. For class X marks, five subjects will be considered. Four compulsory subjects are English, Maths, Social Studies, and Science. In case, 10th board has more than five subjects, the fifth subject will be of applicant’s choice. For Class XII marks, four subjects will be considered. English is compulsory subject. Other three subjects will be of applicant’s choice.  Candidate should have passed classes 10th and 12th from a recognized Central/State Board/University in India or in any foreign country recognized as equivalent to 10+2 system by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
  • Students appearing in the final examination of 10+2 may also apply. However, the admission will be provisional subject to achieving the minimum marks.
  • Foreign Nationals/ Persons of Indian Origin/Non-Resident Indian candidates can be considered for admission on the basis of their marks in 10+2 or equivalent examination only.
  • It may however be noted that possessing minimum qualification does not guarantee admission. University carries out a holistic evaluation of all achievements and takes a decision accordingly. The median 12th class marks among students admitted to BBA last year was around 80%.
  • As part of holistic evaluation of student applications, in case of exceptional students, VC may approve a relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum requirement for a programme.



For B.Des. Programme
  • Minimum 60% aggregate marks in both Class X & XII or equivalent grades. For class X marks, five subjects will be considered. Four compulsory subjects are English, Maths, Social Studies, and Science. In case, 10th board has more than five subjects, the fifth subject will be of the applicant’s choice. For Class XII marks, four subjects will be considered. English is a compulsory subject. Other three subjects will be of the applicant’s choice. Candidates should have passed classes 10th and 12th from a recognised Central/ State Board/ University in India or in any foreign country recognised as equivalent to 10+2 system by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
  • Students appearing in the final examination of 10+2 may also apply. However, the admission will be provisional subject to achieving the minimum marks.
  • The applicants are required to appear in one of the Design Entrance Tests from NID-DAT or UCEED. In case the student has not appeared for either, he/she must appear for JKLU-DET.
  • Foreign Nationals/ Persons of Indian Origin/Non-Resident Indian candidates can be considered for admission on the basis of their marks in 10+2 or equivalent examination only.
  • It may however be noted that possessing minimum qualification does not guarantee admission. University carries out a holistic evaluation of all achievements and takes a decision accordingly.
  • As part of holistic evaluation of student applications, in case of exceptional students, VC may approve a relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum requirement for a programme.