Scholarship - Indian Embassy


APPLICATION FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROFESSIONAL COURSES UNDER

                             SELF-FINANCING AND SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES: 2013-14


          Embassy of India, Kathmandu invites applications on prescribed data-sheet from Nepalese nationals desirous of seeking admission to undergraduate courses in Medicine (MBBS under Self financing Scheme), Engineering (BE), Pharmacy (B. Pharma), Agriculture (B.Sc.Ag), Dairy Technology (B.Sc) and Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry (B.V.Sc. & AH) for the academic year 2013-14. A qualifying examination to select candidates for these courses will be held in Kathmandu and Birgunj on April 6, 2013 under the aegis of the Embassy. Nepalese Army medical candidates are also required to apply for this test through proper channel (i.e through NA Headquarters). Admit cards of eligible candidates may be downloaded from the Indian Embassy website: www.indianembassy.org.npone week (March 29, 2013) before the examination.

 

1.     Eligibility Criteria.

 

S. No.

Course

Eligibility

1.

MBBS

60% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English in Class XII (10+2) and at least 60% marks in each subject i.e. Physics (P), Chemistry (C) and Biology (B) in Class XII or equivalent.

2.

BE

60% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English in Class XII (10+2) and at least 60% marks in each subject i.e. Physics (P), Chemistry (C) and Mathematics (M) in Class XII or equivalent.

3.

B.Sc (Ag)

60% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English in Class XII (10+2) and at least 55% marks in each subject i.e. Physics (P), Chemistry (C) and Biology (B) in Class XII or equivalent.

 

4.

BVSc & AH

60% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English in Class XII (10+2) and at least 55% marks in each subject i.e. Physics (P), Chemistry (C) and Biology (B) in Class XII or equivalent.

 

5.

B. Pharmacy

60% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English in Class XII (10+2) and at least 55% marks in each subject i.e. Physics (P), Chemistry (C) and Biology (B) in Class XII or equivalent.

6.

B.Sc (Dairy Tech)

60% marks in aggregate and 50% marks in English in Class XII (10+2) and at least 55% marks in each subject i.e. Physics (P), Chemistry (C) and Mathematics (M) in Class XII or equivalent.

(Class XI marks not to be included).

 

i)                   Candidates appearing in Plus 2 Examination during the year 2013 may also apply in anticipation of their results. Their selection will, however, depend on fulfilling the above criteria of eligibility. Results of the qualifying examination should be made available to the Embassy latest by June 30, 2013 or one week after publication of Class XII results, whichever is earlier, failing which the candidature is likely to be cancelled. Candidates (+2 appearing) are requested to submit recommendation letter from concerned college and Class XI mark sheet at the time of forms submission.

 

2. Age Limit. As on July 1, 2013, applicants should be between 17 and 22 years of age for all undergraduate courses.

 

3.     Selection Process.

 

i)       Selection will be based on a qualifying examination conducted by the   

Embassy. However, nomination of a name by the Embassy does not guarantee admission to any Indian colleges/ universities for the above courses. Confirmation of admission by the Embassy will be given only after receipt of the same from the concerned Indian University.

 

Applicants may please note the following before applying:-

 

1. Request for change of college/ institution or transfer of scholarship after placement will not be entertained. If candidates withdraw or reject the scholarship offered by the Embassy due to non- placement in a college/ institution of their choice, they will be debarred from future scholarship of the Embassy.

 

2.              Applicants who directly take admission in Indian Institutions through DASA Scheme and also qualify in the COMPEX Examination, transfer of scholarships of such candidates will also not be entertained even if it is for NIT/ IIT/ DTU or other institutions.

 

ii)       50 percent of the seats will be reserved for candidates from districts identified by Government of Nepal as educationally disadvantaged districts.

 

iii)     The short-listed candidates will be informed through Indian Embassy website. They are advised to interact solely with the Education Wing, Embassy of India, Kathmandu and CGI, Birgunj for admission related matters. The candidates should indicate their address and contact telephone/mobile numbers/e-mail address clearly on the data-sheet. Any change in address / telephone/mobile numbers should also be intimated immediately through letter.

 

4.       Candidates belonging to Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Rautahat, Bara, Parsa, Makwanpur and Chitwan may send their applications to Consulate General of India, Shreepur, Birgunj. However, candidates from above districts presently residing in Kathmandu may submit their applications to Education Wing, Embassy of India, Kathmandu. Similarly, students from districts other than the aforementioned ones presently residing in the above mentioned districts may submit their applications at Consulate General of India, Shreepur, Birgunj.

 

5.       MBBS is a self-financing course and candidates should indicate their willingness for joining self-financing course in the data-sheet clearly. Change from self-financing to scholarship is not possible. Candidates applying for self financing course will have to abide by the fee structure/regulation of the concerned universities/colleges granting admission to them.

 

6. Instructions for filling Data-Sheet.

 

i)       Data sheet may be downloaded from the Indian Embassy website www.indianembassy.org.np. The data sheet should be filled in legibly, preferably typed, and should be submitted in two copies to Embassy of India, Kathmandu or Consulate General of India, Birgunj.

 

ii)      Candidates can opt for a maximum of any two courses only. Data Sheets with more than two options are liable to be rejected.

 

iii)     Candidates should affix latest attested photographs in the space provided in the data sheet and attach attested (College Principal/ Govt. Gazetted Officer) mark sheet of Class XII/ transcript only. Candidates are requested to submit photocopy of citizenship duly translated in English language and certified by Notary Public. Originals need not be attached at this stage. Data-Sheet may be submitted at Embassy of India, Kathmandu or to Consulate General of India, Shreepur, Birgunj along with the original counter foil (Bank Voucher) showing that the application fee of Rs.400/- has been deposited in Account No.17725240200331 of Nepal SBI Bank, anywhere in Nepal (Fee once deposited will not be refunded or adjusted) not later than February 13, 2013. Forms will be accepted on all working days between 1000 hrs to 1200 hrs. Application fee once deposited will not be refunded or adjusted in any case to the candidate.

 

iv)     Submission of incorrect information by the candidate may result in forfeiture of the scholarship at any stage.