Admission to BE Programs in NSIT are to be conducted on basis of the rank obtained by candidates in JEE Main 2014. The JEE Main 2014 normalised score will be taken into account for NSIT Admissions 2014.
NSIT Admissions 2014 Important Dates
JEE Main 2014 Score announcement
07.05. 2014 (tentative)
NSIT application forms availability begins
First or second week of June 2014
Choice filling of branches
First seat allotment result
Third week of July 2014
NSIT Admissions 2014 Notification
Applications are invited, in the prescribed manner; through online mode, for admission to B.E. (Full Time) programs in N.S.I.T. (Session 2014-15); from the eligible candidates who have been declared eligible for Central Counselling by the CBSE and placed in the merit/rank list prepared by the C.B.S.E., New Delhi based on the score in JEE (Main) – 2014 and normalised score in Class 12 or other qualifying examination (60% & 40% weightage respectively).
NOTE: Unless otherwise specified in this Admission Information Brochure:
Words imparting the masculine gender include the feminine gender; and
Words in singular include their plural and vice-versa.
The site has opened. Candidates can deposit the registration fee.Those paying using ONLINE PAYMENT (Credit / Debit Card / Internet Banking can register immediately. Candidates using Challan / Account Transfer (NEFT) option has to wait for two additional days for registration after depositing the registration fee. Please do not send us any Bank Draft / Cheque / Cash etc. for getting printed copy of Admission Form as all registrations will be done online( no paper form).
(a) Every student must always carry his Identity Card. The identity card would be issued by the Institute on submission of four copies of colour photographs (passport size/front pose) immediately after admission and the same is re-endorsed in each session. This will help him to establish his identity for drawing prizes, scholarships, using Library facilities, receiving money orders and postal articles etc.
(b) It is mandatory for every student to have at least 75 percent attendance separately in each subject in lectures, tutorials and practical classes in each semester; otherwise, he will be detained from appearing in the University examinations.
(c) The registration of the student stands cancelled if he fails to have the mandatory attendance required. There are no separate year work marks in case of B.E. students in the new Examination Scheme in force since 1990-91 sessions. In this Scheme the student is required to score a minimum of 40 percent marks in each subject failing which he is to repeat that subject as and when offered. He is further required to abide by the rules and regulations governing the Examination Scheme of the University.
(d) Educational tours to various Industries and other places of interest are arranged periodically and the Institute also contributes to some extent towards the traveling expenses of the students. As these tours are of great educational value, it is compulsory for every student to undertake them according to the programme fixed by the Institute. On return, a comprehensive report about the tour is to be submitted by each student which will be evaluated like other Class Work.
(e) Disciplinary action will be taken against any student using unfair means in the examinations/tests.
(f) During the practical training, all students should maintain a day-to-day record of their work and observations in a prescribed practical diary/journal.
(g) At the time of admission, every student shall be required to sign the following declaration: “I submit myself to the disciplinary jurisdiction of the Vice-Chancellor and other authorities to enforce discipline under the Act, the Statutes, the Ordinances and the rules that have been framed by the University of Delhi and Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology”.
(h) Admission to the Institute implies acceptance by the student and by his parents/guardian of all provisions given in the Admission Information Brochure, University Calendar or any changes in University/Institute Rules, Regulations, Statutes, Ordinances, examination schemes, syllabi,fees or any other dues that may be made from time to time.
(i) Consumption of alcohol and any intoxicant substance is strictly prohibited in the Institute.
RAGGING – AN OFFENCE
Ragging is taken very seriously by the Institute and on Directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India vide its Order dated 16.05.2007, the Institute is strictly implementing and enforcing all rules and regulations for prevention and prohibition of Ragging in the Institute.
All the students are required to submit an undertaking on Rs.10/- NonJudicial stamp paper for anti-ragging within one week of registration in the office of Dean, Student Welfare. Format of the same is available on the website of the Institute.
Please note: Details of 2014 admission will be available in May 2014. The details mentioned below are as per previous year NSIT admissions. Please stay tuned to this page for more information.