Haryana Polytechnic Admission Online Form Haryana Polytechnic Admission 2024 : Here You Can Get All The Current And Upcoming Information Related To Haryana Polytechnic Admission 2024. Like Important Dates, Haryana Polytechnic Admission Application Fees, Counseling Date, Haryana Polytechnic Admission Selection Process, Merit List, Result and More. Chapter No. DESCRIPTIONS Page No. ABBREVIATIONS AND TERMS USED 1 1 POLYTECHNIC EDUCATION-AN OVERVIEW 2 2 IMPORTANT INFORMATION 3-9 3 ELIGIBILITY FOR ALL DIPLOMA COURSES 10-23 A ADMISSION IN DIPLOMA ENGG. 10-15 B ADMISSION IN DIPLOMA ENGG. LATERAL ENTRY 16-20 C ADMISSION IN DIPLOMA PHARMACY 21-23 D PHYSICAL STANDARDS FOR ALL DIPLOMA COURSES 23 4 RESERVATION OF SEATS AND SPECIAL QUOTA SEATS 24-Haryana Polytechnic Admission Online Form Haryana Polytechnic Admission Online Form Haryana Polytechnic Admission Online Form Haryana Polytechnic Admission Online Form Haryana Polytechnic Admission Online Form Haryana Polytechnic Admission Online Form Haryana Polytechnic Admission Online Form Haryana Polytechnic Admission Online FormHaryana Polytechnic Admission Online Form Haryana Polytechnic Admission Online Form 5 INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGISTERATION AND CHOICE FILLING FOR ALL DIPLOMA COURSES 30-32 A INSTRUCTIONS FOR REGISTRATION & CHOICE FILLING 30-31 B INSTRUCTIONS FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION 31 C INSTRUCTIONS FOR DEPOSIT OF REGISTRATION FEES 31 D INSTRUCTIONS FOR VERIFICAITON & CONFIRMATION OF ONLINE FILLED APPLICATION FORM (For Diploma Engg., Diploma Pharmacy and Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry) 31-32 6 PROCEDURE FOR REGISTERATION AND CHOICE FILLING FOR ALL DIPLOMA COURSES 33-38 7 REPORTING OF THE CANDIDATE AT ALLOTTED INSTITUTE 39-41 8 VARIOUS FINANCIAL SUPPORTS AND MOTIVATIONAL SCHEMES 42 9 INFORMATION REGARDING FEES AND REFUND OF FEES 43 10 POST ADMISSION INSTRUCTIONS & RULES 44-46 APPENDIX I TO VI I KEY DATES (Admission Schedule of Diploma Courses for the session 2024-25) 47 II LIST OF DESIGNATED CENTERS FOR VERIFICAITON OF ONLINE FILLED APPLICATION FORMS 48-49 III INSTITUTIONS LIST ALONG WITH DISCIPLINE & SANCTIONED INTAKE FOR THE SESSION 2024-25 (subject to change as per requisite approvals) 50 IV INSTITUTE WISE FEES STRUCTURE 51-63 V INSTITUTE WISE RESULT FOR AUGUST 2021 64-69 VI ATTENDANCE AND LEAVE RULES 70 VII INSTRUCTIONS FOR VERIFICATION OF ALL THE APPLICATION FORMS FOR DIPLOMA COURSES FOR THE SESSION 2024-25 71-77 ANNEXURES I TO XXI 78-110 1 ABBREVIATIONS AND TERMS USED i. “AICTE” means “All India Council for Technical Education.” ii. “CBSE” means “Central Board of Secondary Education”. iii. “MHRD” means “Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India”. iv. “State Government” means “Government of Haryana”. v. “NIC” means “National Informatics Centre”. vi. “Department” means “Department of Technical Education, Haryana.” vii. “HSBTE” means “Haryana State Board of Technical Education (Affiliating Board)”. viii. “HSTES” means “Haryana State Technical Education Society, Panchkula” ix. “A&FRC” means “Admission & Fee Regulatory Committee”. x. “Qualifying Examination”: For Qualifying Examination, refer to Chapter No.3. xi. “ITI holder” means “A candidate possessing two years duration certificate course in Industrial Training Institute affiliated with relevant authority”. xii. “AIO” means “All India Open Category”. xiii. “PPP” means “Parivar Pehchan Patra” xiv. “HOGC” means “Haryana Open General Category”. xv. “SC” means “Scheduled Caste of Haryana.” xvi. “SC-D” means “Scheduled Caste Deprived of Haryana” xvii. “BCA” means “Backward Class Block ‘A’ ” of Haryana. xviii. “BCB” means “Backward Class Block ‘B’ ” of Haryana. xix. “ESM” means “Ex-Servicemen and their Wards” of Haryana. xx. “FF” means “Freedom Fighters” of Haryana. xxi. “PH” means “Physically Handicapped” of Haryana. xxii. “KM” means “Kashmiri Migrants”. xxiii. “HGST” means “Haryana Government School Topper”. xxiv. “TFW” scheme means “Tuition Fees Waiver scheme” of AICTE. xxv. “EWSs” means “Economically Weaker Sections”. xxvi. “HARIHAR” means “Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana” xxvii. “SDB” means “Shivalik Development Board”. xxviii. “MAR” means “Mewat Area Residents” xxix. “NRI’s Seats” means “the seats meant for Non-Resident Indians and their children or wards.” xxx. “DMC” means “Details Marks Certificate” xxxi. “Registration Fees” for Diploma Engg. including HGST, KM, MAR, SDB, TFW and EWS Categories, Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry including TFW and EWS Category and Diploma Pharmacy including MAR, TFW and EWS Category Rs. 1000/- for General Category and Rs. 700/- for All Reserved Categories. (SC/ SCD/ BC/ PH/ FF/ ESM/ KM/ EWSs/ HGST/ Girls). xxxii. “Intake” means “Sanctioned Intake”. xxxiii. “PI” means the ‘Participating Institutes’ and ‘AI’ means the Allotted Institute for the purpose of counseling and reporting by the candidate. xxxiv. “Allotted Seat” means seat allotted by NIC server. xxxv. “Reported seat” means allotted seat confirmed after physical reporting at the alloted institute. xxxvi. “Haryana Resident” means “a person eligible for grant of Resident Certificate as per instructions of Chief Secretary, Haryana, vide memo No. 62/17/95 – 6 GSI dated 3.10.96, No. 62/27/2003-6GSI Dated 29-7- 2003, No.62/32/2000-6GSI Dated 23-5-2003 and No. 22/28/2003-3G.S.III dated 30-1-04. xxxvii. “First Division” means “60% and above” xxxviii. “Second Division” means “50% and above” 2 Chapter-1 POLYTECHNIC EDUCATION-AN OVERVIEW Technical education contributes substantially to the Socio Economic development of the country as a whole. The development sustenance of the industrial sector is entirely dependent upon the availability of trained manpower to perform the multidimensional activities needed to keep the wheel of industry running. The Technical Education Department aims towards making available these trained technically qualified hands to serve the industry and society. Equality of educational opportunities and preparing highly skilled work force for enterprises with excellence is also objective of Technical Education. For this purpose the Department has to perform multifarious duties/ functions which interaila include timely conducting of Entrance Tests, Admissions and Examinations, updating the curricula and training programmes, encouraging the development entrepreneurship, Industry-Institute-Interaction for ensuring placement of the students and other extracurricular activities for all round development of students providing necessary assistance and controlling the activities of various Institutions and taking other steps from time to time to improve the quality of education. At the time of inception of Haryana as a separate state in 1966, there were only 6 polytechnics (Govt.-4 and Govt. Aided-2). At present there are 191 institutions (40 Govt. + 04 Govt. Aided + 147 Self Financing) in the State which have been approved by AICTE and affiliated to HSBTE (Appendix-IV). These polytechnics are offering Diploma Courses in various disciplines of Engineering & Technology, Architecture, Business Management, Finance Account & Auditing, Hotel Management, Libarary & Information Science, Office Management & Computer Applications, Pharmacy etc. PLACEMENT  Placement Cell in all Govt./ Govt. Aided Polytechnics.  Effective Institution Industrial linkages through IIIC.  Constitution of Institution Management Committees with participation from Industries.  Center of Excellence constituated in the institutes.  Alumni Association in all Govt./ Govt. Aided Polytechnics.  Periodical visits by students to industrial areas.  More than 300 MoUs signed with the industries. CURRICULAS/CO-CURRICULA/EXTRA CURRICULA’S The multi-disciplinary curriculum is dynamic, flexible and need based which aims to deliver skill oriented and broad based education, integrating with IT and modern industry practices for an all round development of future technicians having competencies in relevant fields. Seminars, workshops, exhibition, technology demonstrations, guest lectures, industry interactions, job fairs and live projects firmly root the diploma students to the real world by providing an overview and orientation to the world of Technology.  It provides an enhanced environment for thinking, learning and gestation.  It ensures a fundamental and common approach for emerging industry in consonance with the emerging challenges, needs of the industry and the overall vision and goal of Technical Education.  It provides uniform basic knowledge and skill competencies, generic to the disciplines of service industry and Engg. and Technology with vertical and horizontal mobility of the students for their professional growth.  Special emphasis is being laid on communication skills. Experts training for students have been outsourced. Languages lab have been set up in all Govt. Polytechnics.  With an object of overall Personality development and to inculcate team spirit, appropriate focus is laid on sports and allied activities like NSS, NCC, and Cultural etc. Sports at institute level & Inter-Polytechnic Athletic meet, Inter-Polytechnic Cultural Festival and Short term educational tours are organized. WELFARE AND MOTIVATIONAL SCHEMES Various schemes for welfare of girl candidates, SC candidates, Kashmiri Migrants, Haryana Govt. School Toppers and Economically weaker section are being implemented.  There is 25% horizontal reservation for Girl Students in all Technical Instituions/Polytechnics of Haryana.  No tuition fees is charged from girls admitted in Govt. / Govt. Aided Polytechnics.  Reimbursement of tuition fees to the SC Students.  Auxilliary academic support in the form of remedial classes.  Benefits to the Haryana Govt. School Toppers (HGST) in admissions.  Benefits to Economically Weaker Section in admissions through Tution Fees Waiver (TFW) scheme of AICTE. 3 Chapter-2 IMPORTANT INFORMATION 1. The Diploma Prospectus is for admission to all Diploma Courses i.e. Diploma Engg., Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry and Diploma Pharmacy for the Academic Year 2024-25. Its contents are subject to change without prior notice. 2. The list of Govt./ Govt. Aided/ Self Financing Polytechnics alongwith Branches and Sanctioned Intake for the Session 2024-25 is available at Appendix-IV. Institutions/ Branches/ Sanctioned Intake are subject to change. Updated information would be available on the website www.techadmissionshry.gov.in at the time of counseling. 3. For the session 2024-25, admissions in various Diploma Courses shall be made through 02 Online Off-Campus counselings on the following basis: I. Admission in Diploma Engg. Course including HGST, KM, MAR, SDB, TFW and EWSs categories shall be made on the basis of merit of Secondary School Examination (Matriculation) or equivalent qualifying examination. II. Admissions in Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry Course including TFW and EWSs category shall be made on the basis of the inter-se-merit of %age of qualifying examination. III. Admission for Diploma Pharmacy Course including MAR, TFW and EWSs category shall be made on inter-se-merit prepared on the basis of %age of qualifying examination. 4. There is no printed application form available/ acceptable. Further, applications for admission in all Diploma Courses (including all categories) shall be invited online at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in as per “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I.  The candidates have to fill the particulars online and also have to upload their coloured photograph (JPG, JPEG File Max. 30KB Size) and signature (JPG, JPEG File Max. 20KB Size).  The particulars of the candidate in the application form must exactly be the same as registered in the qualifying examination.  The candidates, who belong to the State of Haryana, shall enter their Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP) ID during the registration process at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in. All the information of the applicant like name, gender, DOB, father name, mother name, income, category etc. will be fetched from his/her PPP ID database automatically and these details fetched from PPP database will be non-editable. So, all the Haryana resident candidates are advised to get his/her details updated, corrected and verified on PPP portal before applying for admission.  No additional documents like Category certificate, DOB, Income Certificate etc. are required for the candidates who belongs to Haryana during the online registration process and these details will be fetched/ verified from PPP database directly. However, the candidates are required to upload the PDF of documents of his/ her sub category like ESM, FF, SDB, MAR etc. during the online registration process.  The details like name, father name, mother name, DOB, income, category etc. will be fetched automatically from PPP ID for Haryana Resident candidates and this information will remain in non-editable mode for the candidate. If the particulars of the candidates like candidate name/ father name/ mother name/ DOB/ income/ category mentioned in PPP ID are not as per qualifying document or not correct then the candidate have to correct/ update and verify the same in the PPP ID first. And further have to contact the selected designated center by him/ her to re-verify his/ her registration form. When the designated center re-verify the application form the updated information in PPP ID will be auto updated in the online submitted registration form of the candidate and will be visible to the selected designated center of verification.  In case of correction in name of the candidate in PPP ID, the candidate need to update Aadhar as per UIDAI process on https://uidai.gov.in/ first. Once user name is updated at Aadhar then user can login at PPP portal and can update family details on https://meraparivar.haryana.gov.in/FamilyDirect or can visit Common Service Center (CSC) for updation.  The candidates are advised to provide personal mobile number and email id as the same will be used to communicate any advisory/ notification related to admissions. 4  The candidates are advised to clearly opt the course i.e. Diploma Engg./ Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry/ Diploma Pharmacy and special category i.e. HGST/ KM/ MAR/ SDB/ TFW/ EWSs.  The candidates should note down the unique application number which will be generated as the candidate signup for the Diploma Courses. The unique application number will be required for future communication. The candidate should keep a copy of application form for his/ her record.  During the filling of Online Application Form, a candidate applying for Diploma Engg. including HGST, KM, MAR, SDB, TFW & EWSs categories and Diploma Pharmacy including MAR, TFW and EWSs category shall upload the DMC of the qualifying exam (10th/ 12th/ any other equivalent) alongwith the proof of category (except the candidates whose details fetched & verified from PPP ID) and special category certificate (if applicable) for Verification & Confirmation of Online Filled Application Form by the Designated Centers (as per Appendix-II) as per the notified schedule and instructions (for details refer Chapter5).  Candidates applying for Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry including TFW and EWS categories shall upload the scanned copy of PDF Detailed Marks Certificate (DMC) of 10th (for Date of Birth verification) and DMC of qualifying exam at the time of filling the online application form for Verification & Confirmation of Online Filled Application Form by the designated centers as per the notified schedule and instructions.  After submission of online application form for Diploma Engg., Diploma Pharmacy and Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry course, the candidates are advised to deposit the Registration Fees online.  The candidates (except the candidates whose details are fetched and verified from PPP ID) are advised to fill all the particulars like name, father name, date of birth, category, resident of Haryana, income, economically weaker category etc. in the online application form correctly. If any candidate (except the candidates whose details are fetched and verified from PPP ID) want to correct his/ her particulars after submission of online application form he/ she may contact HSTES on email id onlineadmissionhelp@gmail.com and at the toll free no. 1800-137-3735 before the last date of closing of application form. The Haryana Resident candidates whose particulars are wrong/ incomplete/ unverified are advised to correct his/ her details in the PPP ID first and then submit the corrected/ updated copy of PPP ID at the selected Designated Center before the cut-off date for verification (Appendix-I).  If the particulars of the candidate are not correct or not as per qualifying document/ category etc. then he/ she will be responsible for cancelation of his/ her admission during the physical reporting at the institute after allotment of seat.  A candidate shall be allowed to change his/ her registration details before last cut-off date of verification as mentioned at selected designated center.  Before submitting the online application form, the candidate can check and edit his/her registration details except the details fetched and verified from PPP Database. Further, the candidate should also ensure that the photograph/ signature uploaded is his/her own photograph/ signature and particulars filled must be same as mentioned in the qualifying examination. 5. The Registration Fees shall be deposited by the candidate Online through Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking by using online payment gateway during filling the online application form. Note:  The Registration Fees once paid will not be refunded (full or partial) under any circumstances.  Registration Fees : Rs. 1000/- for General Category Rs. 700/- for All Reserved Categories (SC/ SCD/BC/PH/FF/ESM/EWS/KM/Girls) 6. The verification of application forms will be done for those candidates only who have deposited the Online Registration Fees. 7. The candidates can visit nearby Common Service Centers (CSC) or nearby Government Polytechnics/ HSTES for filling the online application form/ deposit of fees/ filling choices for counseling etc. (Common Service Centres are physical facilities for delivering Government of India e-Services to rural and remote locations where availability of computers and Internet was negligible or mostly absent). 5 8. After submission of Registeration Fee, candidate have to login with Unique Application No. & Password. Upon login, candidate will be able to fill choices online. A candidate who has selected special category, will be able to fill choices for different Roll No’s i.e. General Roll No. & Special Category Roll No. through same login. For Example: A Candidate namely “SUMIT” has registered for Diploma Engg. Course and got the Unique Application: 100005. Upon Registeration, Sumit has applied for Special Category as well i.e. TFW. Now, while filling the Choices Online, Sumit will be able to Fill Choices for 2 different Roll No.’s i.e. General Roll No. (DE100005) & TFW Special Category Roll No. (WE100005). Note:  Candidates are advised to fill choices from their own home and SHOULD NOT go to any cyber cafe or any outside unauthorized persons for the same, as they may mislead or misguide the candidates. However, in any case if the candidate registers from Cyber Cafe/ unauthorized venue, he/ she must ensure that the password is created by himself/ herself only in a secret manner. Candidates should strictly keep record of the password for their own use only and not to disclose this to others. In the event of sharing of password, candidate will be solely responsible for the change of registration details, choices etc., if any.  Designated Centres shall be allowed to change candidate’s registration details (except the details which are fetched & verified from PPP ID) during the verification of marks & documents till the application form is not verified by them / HSTES.  In case any candidate changes registration details after submission of choices, but before locking, all choices filled earlier will be omitted and all choices will be required to be filled in again within that counseling period.  Locking of submitted choices is advisable. However, last filled choices would be considered as final if not locked by the candidate. 9. The Choices filled by the candidate are subject to change as per the Final List of Participating Institutions and Branches with Sanctioned Intake as provided by the affiliating Board/ University/ PCI. 10. Candidates are advised to keep a check on the list of institutions & branches (Added or Deleted) before the submission of last cut-off date of choice filling as per the Keydates. 11. Two Online Counselings will be conducted for admission to all Diploma Courses for all the seats of Govt. / Govt. Aided and 75% seats of Self Financing Institutes only (for details about counseling refer Chapter-6). The details are as follows: 1st Counseling - shall be done for all categories namely AIC, HOGC, HGST, SC, SC-D, BC-A, BC-B, PH, ESM (with all priorities) and FF of all categories with 25% Horizontal Female reservation. 2nd Counseling - shall be done for all categories namely AIC, HOGC, HGST, SC (by merging SC and SC-D in SC), BC (by merging BCA and BCB in BC), PH, ESM (by merging all priorities) and FF with 25% Horizontal Female reservation. For the supernumerary seats i.e. KM (J&K seats), TFW and EWS seats will be filled online separately on the basis of Inter-se-merit of qualifying exam. After 2nd online counseling, admission at Institute Level Manual Counseling shall be made according to the following procedure: For Diploma Engg., Diploma Pharmacy & Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry: For conducting the Institute Level Manual Counseling, applications of the candidates shall be invited through official email id/ website/ personaly to the institute as per the schedule notified and advertised by the concerned institute. Fresh Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of the candidates who have applied for Institute Level Manual Counseling shall be prepared (hosted on the website of the institute) by the respective institute according to the prescribed criteria of preparation of Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of qualifying examination as mentioned in Chapter-3 of Diploma Prospectus. The Institute Level Manual Counseling shall be conducted after merging the sub categories (including female) of a particular reserved category into the main reserved category. In the event of seats remaining vacant/ unfilled, if any, same shall be filled up before final cut-off date of admissions without any reservation. NOTE: 1. For filling up the leftover supernumerary seats in TFW/ EWS category for Diploma courses a committee shall be constituted at institute level. Separate merit shall be displayed after giving the advertisement at institute level. Further, the supernumerary TFW admissions shall be done through Institute Level Manual Counseling in an institution 6 where a minimum of 50% seats of approved intake are filled up in last academic year for Diploma Engg. & Diploma Lateral Entry course and a minimum of 30% of approved intake are filled up in last academic year for Diploma Pharmacy course. 12. While displaying the status of availability of seats, the number of seats available in a specific branch of an institution will be displayed as per eligibility/ category. The non-availability of the seats in a branch of an institution and the seats/institution for which a candidate is not eligible will not be shown to him/ her. 13. The candidates must upload scanned copy of PDF of the original certificates at the time of registration of application form for online verification of the category/ domicile/ income etc. upto the last date of document verification by the designated centre. The online verification of these documents shall be done online by the designated institutes as per the schedule mentioned in Key Dates. The candidates are advised to online upload the following documents in PDF format during the registration process:  Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP ID) is mandatory for all Haryana Resident candidates. (No additional documents like income certificate, DOB, category certificate etc. are required for these candidates to upload during the online registration process except the sub category/ special category certificates such as ESM, FF, SDB & MAR etc.).  Sub Category Certificate i.e. ESM/ FF/PH etc., if applicable.  Income and Asset certificate for EWSs category as per Annexure-XX, if applicable.  In case of Kashmiri Migrants, supporting certificates and original certificate of migration duly signed by the competent authority or Relief Commissioner should be uploaded.  In case of HGST category in Diploma Engg., candidates shall produce a certificate in the support of their claim from the Principal/ Headmaster of the Govt. School of which the candidate is topper clearly stating the strength of class (attach the attested form available at Anexxure –XIII). Note: The candidates are advised to upload the correct details in the registration form and if the details mentioned in PPP ID are wrong then correct the same in PPP ID (at CSC centres) before entering the PPP ID in the registration form. As all the information of the applicant like name, gender, DOB, father name, mother name, income, category etc. will be fetched from his/her PPP ID database automatically and these details fetched from PPP database will be non-editable. So, all the Haryana resident candidates are advised to get his/her details updated, corrected and verified on PPP portal before applying for admission. 14. After declaration of the result of first counseling, the candidate shall report in the allotted institute as per schedule mentioned in the provisional seat allotment letter generated from the website for admission against the allotted seat alongwith all requisite documents/ certificates/ testimonials in original, photograph as mentioned in Chapter-7 and password. The candidates are allowed to submit the self attested certificates at the time of reporting for admission. The candidate shall deposit one semester fee in the allotted institute. On verification of credentials and deposition of the admission fee the details of the candidate shall be updated on HSTES website by the institute. The candidate MUST get the Provisional Admission Slip from the allotted institute dully signed by the admission coordinator of the institute and the candidate himself/ herself. 15. Admission Data Management Fees (Rs. 200/- per admission) shall be charged one time by HSTES in respect of all admissions (Centralized Admissions and Institute Level Management Quota Admissions) in Self Financing Institutions including un-aided branches of Aided Institutions from the academic session 2016-17. The said Fees be charged from the admitted students by the concerned institute and be credited/ deposited in HSTES account. 16. To participate in 2nd and subsequent counselings, candidates will have to fill the choices again in the order of priority on the website www.techadmissionshry.gov.in without depositing further, registeration fees. In case seat is allotted in 2nd or subsequent counseling, the earlier allotted/ reported seat will be cancelled automatically and the candidate will have to report again in the institute allotted in 2nd or subsequent counseling. Thus candidates are advised to fill the choices in order of priority only to upgrade. 7 17. The candidates who wish to retain the reported seat are advised not to opt for subsequent counselings. However, if at all, the candidate participates in the 2nd Counseling and after filling the choices he/ she feels that he/ she should not have opted for 2nd counseling then at this stage he/ she should delete all the choices filled by him/ her to retain the seat reported through 1st counseling. After declaration of the result of each counseling, the candidate shall report in the allotted institute as mentioned above. 18. Fulfilling eligibility for Diploma Engg./ Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry/ Diploma Pharmacy courses w.r.t. qualification shall be proved by the candidate before reporting at allotted institute. A candidate may not be eligible on the 1st day of counseling but may be eligible on subsequent days of counseling due to the reasons, whatsoever. The candidate may seek admission at his/ her own risk and cost and if he/ she is found ineligible at the time of reporting, his/ her admission shall be cancelled for which he/ she shall have no claim, whatsoever. 19. Any candidate who has been disqualified or debarred by the University or Board or any other Statutory Board shall not be eligible for admission to the polytechnics of Haryana State for the period he/ she has been debarred. 20. If a candidate is admitted on the basis of the information submitted by him/ her, which is found to be incorrect or false later on, his/ her admission shall be cancelled and all fees and other dues paid by him/her shall be forfeited. The HSTES/ institute may also take further action, as deemed fit, against the candidate and his/ her parent/ guardian in accordance with law. 21. The Principal of the concerned Polytechnic/ Institute shall satisfy himself/ herself regarding the authenticity of all certificates submitted online by the candidates for the purpose of their admission in the Polytechnic and shall be verified online by the institution from the issuing authority of the certificates. Principal should also ascertain the identity of the candidate by verifying his photo from photo available at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in. The Principal of the Polytechnic shall be held responsible for any ineligible admission made in the Polytechnic. 22. If the Principal of the Polytechnic/ Institute is not satisfied with the character, past behavior or antecedents of a candidate, in such case the admission to the candidate may be denied in the Polytechnic to maintain academic ambience of the institution. 23. Under no circumstances the original certificates of the candidate should be retained by the institute, ever. The candidate seeking admission may submit 2 sets of his documents alongwith 2 latest coloured photograph/ certificates/ testimonials duly self attested, if later asked by the institute. Anyhow, if HSBTE, so desires, the original certificates from the candidate can be demanded through the institute in which he/ she is admitted. 24. For the guidance of candidates, List of Institutes along with branches and Intakes thereof is provided at Appendix–IV. Candidates should go through the same for preparation of his/ her mind set for selection of preferences of choices of institutions/ branches to be filled by the candidate during online counselings. 25. The fees structure of various self financing technical institutions is available at Appendix-V and on website www.techeduhry.gov.in. Candidates are advised in their own interest to see the fees structure of institutes on the website www.techeduhry.gov.in before filling the choices of branches and institutes, during online counselings. 26. The result of all institutions for August, 2023 is available at Appendix-VI. Candidates are advised in their own interest to see the same before filling the choices of branches and institute, during online counseling. 27. For the guidance of candidates, Institute-wise, branch-wise first and last ranks of admission status of the previous session 2023-24 is available on website www.techadmissionshry.gov.in 28. Internal sliding (change in branch) is neither allowed by any Govt./ Govt. Aided/ Self Financing Polytechnic during the admission process nor allowed after the closing of the admissions. If a candidate want to change branch he/ she must have to participate in 8 subsequent round of counseling (if any) for that branch before the cut-off date of admissions. 29. For refund of semester/ admission fees deposited in the institute, in case of admission cancellation, candidate has to give application for refund to the concerned institute well within time as per AICTE academic calendar and get a receipt of the same from them. In case, Institute doesn’t provide the same, the Refund Intimation can also be given to HSTES well before Last Date for Cancellation of Seats for Technical Courses with FULL Fee Refund as per AICTE academic calendar. Remember to apply for refund in case you don’t want admission in allotted institute before last cut-off date of admissions. The ultimate responsibility of fees refund lies with the institute. In case the institute does not refund candidate’s fees, the candidate can complain to the HSTES and AICTE for further action. (Refund direction/ Policy are issued by the AICTE, as per AICTE public notice Advt. No. AICTE/DPG/06(02)/2009) 30. The admissions made by private institutes at their own level as per prescribed procedure will be open for supervision and monitoring by Directorate of Technical Education, Haryana; Haryana State Technical Education Society; Haryana State Board of Technical Education and State Admission Committee constituted by the State Govt. in pursuance of the judgment dated 14.08.2003 of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in Writ Petition (Civil) No. 350 of 1993 (Islamic Academy & Anr. vs. State of Karnataka & Ors.). 31. The decision of the Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES) in all matters relating to the admissions shall be final. All disputes pertaining to counseling for making admissions to all Diploma Courses for the session 2024-25 are subject to the jurisdiction of Panchkula only. The Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES) shall be the legal authority in whose name the State may sue or may be sued for this purpose. No suit, prosecution or other legal proceedings shall lie against the State of Haryana or any officer of the State Govt. or the NIC or Haryana State Technical Education Society, for anything which is in good faith done or intended to be done for the purpose of on-line off-campus counseling. 32. Candidates seeking admission in private unaided institutions are advised to ensure that they are lawfully admitted failing which, they shall not be authenticated by HSTES and shall not be registered by the Haryana State Board of Technical Education, Panchkula and they themselves shall be responsible for any such lapse. 33. Always quote your online generated unique Application Form No./ Roll No while making correspondence regarding admission to Diploma Courses. 34. The candidates may contact any Government/ Govt.-Aided Polytechnic or HSTES at 1800-137-3735 (Toll Free) or onlineadmissionhelp@gmail.com for any enquiry/ help regarding applying online, counseling etc. 35. If the admissons in any branch in Govt./Govt Society/ Govt.aided polytechnics are less than 25% in Diploma Engg. and Diploma Pharmacy Course, the students of that branch will be shifted to other polytechnics or branches, as per the vacancies by the Haryana State Board of Technical Education (HSBTE), Panchkula on the basis of directions issued by the Directorate of Technical Education, Haryana. The admissions in Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry course for those branches where there was no admissions due to shifting of students in previous year may not be done in the current year. 36. The Institution applied for Closure (if the same is under process/ approved for Progressive Closure) are eligible for admission of candidates under Lateral Entry in the current Academic Year. 37. The Institutions under “No Admission” category are not eligible for admission to the Lateral Entry in the current Academic Year. 38. EWS vacant seats of previous academic year shall be considered for the Lateral Entry to Second Year Course in the current academic year with the same reservation policy for admission. 39. Under “HARIHAR” (Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana) policy the Children seeking the benefit of admission under HARIHAR policy shall be Abandoned and Surrendered Children who have completed the age of 18 years from the 9 Child Care Institutions of the State and were abandoned before the age of 05 years or surrendered before the age of 1 year. Such candidates having Economically Weaker Section (EWS) status shall also be considered under Open/ EWS category for admission in all Diploma Courses at Government and Government-Aided Polytechnics under the ambit of Technical Education Department. 40. The institute shall submit one set of documents self attested by the admitted candidates (whose details uploaded on HSTES portal upto cut off date) and duly authenticated by Institute to the concerned affiliating University /Board for authentication and registration purpose. The concerned affiliating University/ Board will further authenticate the documents of the admitted students submitted by the institute as per their schedule for registration of the students. 10 Chapter-3 ELIGIBILITY FOR ALL DIPLOMA COURSES A. DIPLOMA ENGG. [ThreeYears Duration - Semester Based Course]  Eligibility Passed 10th Std/ SSC Examination. (Passed from a recognized Board)  Basis of Admissions Admission in Diploma Engg. Course shall be made through online off-campus counseling on the basis of inter-se-merit/ rank prepared of %age of Secondary School Examination (Matriculation) or equivalent qualifying examination.  Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of Qualifying Examination: Each eligible candidate who has submitted and got his/ her Online Application Form Verified & Confirmed online by the selected Designated Center upto the last date of Verification & Confirmation of Online Application Form for admission to Diploma Engg. will be assigned Inter-se-Merit/ Rank based on the following criteria: I. Percentage of Aggregate Marks obtained at Secondary School Examination - SSC (Matriculation) or equivalent qualifying examination shall be the basis for the purpose of determining the Inter-se-Merit. II. Rounding off of the marks secured by the candidate will be done upto four decimal places in individual subject and grand total while converting marks of the individual subject out of 100 and calculating percentage of Aggregate Marks. III. For calculating the percentage of subject wise and Aggregate Marks, the marks of individual subject and Grand Total given by the respective School Board will be considered. In case, subject wise and Aggregate Marks are not mentioned by the concerned Board then GPA and CGPA awarded by the Board will be considered for calculating the percentage of subject wise and Aggregate Marks according to the Conversion Factor mentioned in Mark Sheet. If, the Conversion Factor is not mentioned in Mark Sheet, the candidate shall submit proof of subject wise and Aggregate Marks issued by the concerned Board upto the last date prescribed for the Verification/ Confirmation of Online Filled Application Form. IV. In case, where the aggregate marks or the CGPA is not mentioned by the concerned Board in the DMC of Qualifying Examination (Matriculation), then total marks of all the subjects should be considered for calculating percentage of aggregate marks of Qualifying Examination. V. In case, Mark Sheet issued by any School Education Board is in a Language other than English and Hindi, candidate shall submit copy of transcript of Mark Sheet issued by the concerned Board in English or Hindi.  Tie-Breaking Criteria: In case of a tie i.e. when two or more candidates obtain equal Aggregate Marks at SSC (Matriculation) or equivalent qualifying examination as mentioned in Point No. 1, Inter-se-Merit of such candidates shall be decided in the following order: I. Resolution by marks obtained in Mathematics in Qualifying Examination. Candidate obtaining higher marks will be given better rank. II. Resolution by marks obtained in Science in Qualifying Examination. Candidate obtaining higher marks will be given better rank. III. Resolution by marks obtained in English in Qualifying Examination. Candidate obtaining higher marks will be given better rank. IV. Resolution by Date of Birth of candidate. Elder candidate will be given better rank. V. Resolution by name of the candidate (in English as per matriculation mark sheet) in alphabetical order i.e. candidate whose name appears first will be given better rank. VI. Resolution by father’s name of the candidate (in English as per matriculation mark sheet) in alphabetical order i.e. candidate whose father’s name appears first will be given better rank. VII. Resolution by mother’s name of the candidate (in English as per matriculation mark sheet) in alphabetical order i.e. candidate whose mother’s name appears first will be given better rank. 11  Modification in marks of Qualifying Examination: If the marks in the qualifying examination are modified due to any reason by the respective School Education Board after declaration of Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of qualifying examination by HSTES, the same must be reported to HSTES immediately along with proof. However, the effect of the change will be taken into consideration only for the subsequent round(s) of counseling.  ADMISSION IN SPECIAL QUOTA SEATS IN DIPLOMA ENGG. Admissions in following Categories/ Special Quota Seats in Diploma Engg. shall also be made on the basis of merit of Secondary School Examination (Matriculation) or equivalent qualifying examination through Online off-campus Counseling:  Haryana Govt. School Toppers (HGST) Seats: One seat in each branch in each Polytechnic is reserved for Haryana Govt. School Toppers (having minimum 2nd division and minimum strength of the class should be 5) in the current year (2023) matriculation examination. A candidate applying for HGST category shall upload the scanned copy of PDF of the following certificates at the time of registration of application form: i. Attested copy of HGST category certificate as given in Annexure-XIII (issued by Principal/ Headmaster of the Govt. School of Haryana of which the candidate is Topper)  Kashmiri Migrants (KM) Quota: Seats upto maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake in each branch are reserved for wards of Kashmiri Migrants in all AICTE approved institutions. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. A candidate applying for KM category shall upload the scanned copy of PDF of the following certificates at the time of registration of application form: i. Attested copy of Migration Certificate duly signed by competent authority or Relief Commissioner  Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme: Under Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme of AICTE, seats up to maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all institutions approved by AICTE. These supernumerary seats shall be available only to such Course(s) in an Institution, where a minimum of 50% of “Approved Intake” are filled up in last Academic year. Sons/ Daughters of parents whose annual income is less than or equal to Rs.8.00 Lac from all sources shall only be eligible for seats under this scheme. The annual family income of the candidates applying for Tuition Fee waiver Scheme will be verified from their PPP ID during the online registration process. (Subject to change as per guidelines/ instructions of AICTE and State Govt.) Note: Entering the PPP ID Number during the online registration process for admissions of Haryana Residents candidates is mandatory. Therefore, all the Haryana Resident candidates are advised to get his/ her correct details updated and verified on PPP portal first as once the details fetched from PPP database during the online registration process of admissions will remain non editable.  Mewat Area Residents (MAR) Quota: 50% of total intake of Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar is horizontally reserved for the residents of Mewat Area. However, seats reserved for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s) at Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar shall be provided out of MAR Quota. A candidate applying for MAR category shall upload the scanned copy of following certificates in PDF format at the time of registration of application form: i. Mewat Area Resident Certificate.  Shivalik Development Board (SDB) Quota: 50% of the total intake at Govt. Polytechnic, Morni, Panchkula are reserved for students who are bonafied residents of areas falling under the ambit of Shivalik Development Board (SDB) in Haryana. However, seats reserved for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s) at Govt. Polytechnic, Morni, Panchkula shall be provided out of SDB Quota. A candidate applying for SDB category shall upload the scanned copy of following certificates in PDF format at the time of registration of application form: i. Bonafied Residents of Areas falling under Shivalik Development Board (SDB) Certificate. 12  Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs): Under Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs) reservation of State Government, seats up to maximum 10 percent of the sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all educational institutions other than the minority educational institutions approved by AICTE. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE and State Govt.) A candidate applying for EWSs category shall upload the scanned copy of following certificates in PDF format at the time of registration of application form: i. Parivar Pehchan Patra ID with verified status. ii. Income and Asset Certificate (issued by Tehsildar of the area where the applicant normally resides) (Given at Annexure-XX).  “HARIHAR” (Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana) Policy: The Women & Child Development Department Haryana has notified “HARIHAR” (Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana) policy vide notification no. 111 DW (3) dated 20.07.2021 (Annexure-XXI) with the aim to provide Education, Financial and Employment benefits to the Abandoned and Surrendered Children who have completed the age of 18 years from the Child Care Institutions of the State and were abandoned before the age of 5 years or surrendered before the age of 1 year. As per the notification following guidelines should be followed for admission of such candidates in Diploma Engg. Course for the session 2024-25: 1. Children seeking the benefit of admission under HARIHAR policy shall be Abandoned and Surrendered Children who have completed the age of 18 years from the Child Care Institutions of the State and were abandoned before the age of 05 years or surrendered before the age of 1 year. 2. Such candidates having Economically Weaker Section (EWS) status shall also be considered under Open/ EWS category for admission to above mentioned course in all Government & Government-Aided Polytechnics and shall provide free education to such candidates. 3. Only such cases shall be considered for admissions in Diploma Engg. course which are approved by the concerned District Approval Committee headed by District Commissioner as defined vide “HARIHAR” policy dated 20.07.2021. 4. Institutions shall verify the relevant documents of the candidate from the concerned District Commissioner Office at the time of admission. 5. Institutions having hostel facilities must ensure free boarding/lodging facility to such candidates in consultation with Deputy Commissioner of the Concerned District, who will be the patron for that child and responsible for ensuring candidate’s aftercare and rehabilitation upto the age of 25 years. Only those facilities shall be provided at hostel and for education, for which expenses are borne by the State Govt. 6. The candidates belonging to HARIHAR category approved by the concerned District Approval Committee are eligible for admission in Diploma Engg. course against the Open/ EWS category seats. 7. During the institute level admissions at Government & Government-Aided Polytechnics, the committee constituted for EWS/ TFW candidates will also make admissions of such candidates after verifying the certificate issued by District Approval Committee as per the merit against the Open/ EWS category seats. Note: For more information the institute/ candidate may visit the website https://pmcaresforchildren.in/ The candidates are advised to fill all the particulars like name, father name, date of birth, category, resident of Haryana, income, economically weaker category etc. in the online application form correctly. If the particulars of any candidate is found wrong at the time of reporting of admission then his/ her admission may be cancelled and the candidate himself/ herself will be responsible for the canceling of the said admission. If any candidate want to correct his/ her particulars after submission of online application form he/ she may contact HSTES on email id onlineadmissionhelp@gmail.com and at the toll free no. 1800-137-3735 before the last date of closing of application form. 13 Important Note: Candidate, if any, simultaneously applying for admission as per his/ her category and also for HGST/ KM/ MAR/ SDB/ TFW/ EWS quota seats in Diploma Engg. is required to fill the choices simultaneously after selecting the Roll No. first and then filling the choices by participating in Online Off-campus Counseling separately at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in against the respective Roll No.  Reservation of Seats for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s): As per notification of the State Government 02 Seats per branch (within sanctioned intake) are reserved for the domicile/ residents of the village Panchayat(s) who have gifted land free of cost/ leased out by State Government on nominal lease for set up of following Government Polytechnics in the State: i. Ch. Matu Ram Arya Govt. Polytechnic, Sanghi, Rohtak for residents of Sanghi Village ii. Govt. Polytechnic, Lisana, Rewari for residents of Lisana Village iii. Govt. Polytechnic, Manesar, Gurgaon for residents of Manesar Village iv. Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar, Palwal for residents of Uttawar Village v. Govt. Polytechnic, Shergarh, Kaithal for residents of Shergarh Village. vi. Govt. Polytechnic, Dhangar, Distt. Fatehabad for the respective Village Gram Panchayat who have provided the land. vii. Maharishi Kashyap Govt. Polytechnic, Jattal, Distt. Panipat for the respective Village Gram Panchayat who have provided the land. viii. Govt. Polytechnic Indri, Distt. Nuh ix. Govt. Polytechnic Malab, Distt. Nuh x. Govt. Polytechnic Mandkola, Distt. Palwal xi. Govt. Polytechnic Chhappar, Distt. Charkhi Dadri xii. Govt. Polytechnic Nanakpur, Distt. Panchkula xiii. Govt. Polytechnic Umri, Distt. Kurukshetra xiv. Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram Govt. Polytechnic, Sampla, District Rohtak xv. Govt. Polytechnic, Rajpur, Sadhaura xvi. Govt. Polytechnic, Jamalpur Sheikhan xvii. Govt. Polytechnic, Dhamlawas, Distt. Rewari xviii. Govt. Polytechnic, Morni, District Panchkula in block Morni. In case no candidates are available from Village Behlon, then these seats will be offered to residents of villages under the Bhoj Ddarti Panchyat in which village Behlon falls. xix. Raja Jait Singh Govt. Polytechnic, Tigaon Road Neemka, Faridabad The reservation policy will be as follows: S. No. No. of branches in the Polytechnic Total no. of seats reserved for residents of village @ 2 seats per branch Category wise Seat Matrix 1 3 6 (Seat Matrix is to be prepared as per Haryana Govt. notified Reservation Policy) 2 4 8 3 5 10 4 6 12 5 7 14 6 8 16 The seats will be filled as follows:  Common merit on the basis of Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of qualifying examination will be prepared from amongst the residents of villages(s).  First, general category seats will be filled based on the merit so prepared, irrespective of category depending upon the choice of the candidate and availability of the seats in a particular branch.  When general category seats are exhausted, candidates from reserved category will be allotted seats in their respective categories on the basis of merit depending upon the choice of the candidate and availability of the seats in particular branch.  25% horizontal reservation shall be provided for girl students in categories where seats in the respective category are 3 or more.  If any seat of reserved category remains vacant, the same will be filled through general category. 14 The above seat matrix will be for 1st year only. However, a year-wise roster would be maintained by each polytechnic/ institute so that the candidates from all categories namely General, SC, SC Deprived, BC ‘A’ and BC ‘B’ etc will have fair chance of getting branch of their choice as per State Reservation Policy, 25% horizontal reservation will be provided for girl students in different categories on yearly roster basis. The respective Polytechnic shall make the admissions for seats reserved for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s) on the basis of merit of Secondary School Examination (Matriculation) or equivalent qualifying examination through open advertisement.  Wakf Board Seats at Seth Jai Parkash Polytechnic, Damla: 10 seats at S.J.P. Damla are horizontally reserved for nominees of Haryana Wakf Board (Chemical Engg. - 03 seats, Electronic & Comm. Engg- 04 seats, Computer Engg.- 03 seats) and one seat in Electronics & Communication Engg. is also reserved for resident of Damla village.  03 seats are reserved for three year Diploma (Engg) course in Printing Technology at Northern Regional Institute of Printing and Technology, Taliarganj, Allahabad-U.P. These seats along with any other seats if allotted by MHRD for Polytechnics in other state(s), are to be filled on the basis of merit of Secondary School Examination (Matriculation) or equivalent qualifying examination by HSTES through open advertisement. 15  BRANCHES FOR DIPLOMA COURSES FOR THE SESSION 2024-25: Note: The list of Govt./ Govt. Aided/ Self Financing Polytechnics alongwith Branches and Sanctioned Intake received from Department of Technical Education and Haryana State Board of Technical Education, Panchkula for the session 2024-25 is available at Appendix-IV. S. No. ENGINEERING STREAMS OF DIPLOMA COURSE S. No. NON-ENGINEERING STREAMS OF DIPLOMA COURSE 1 Advance Diploma in Tool and Die Making 1 Diploma in Business Management 2 Agricultural Engg. 2 Finance Accounts and Auditing 3 Agriculture Engg. 3 Hotel Management and Catering Technology 4 Aircraft Maintenance Engg. 4 Library and Information Science 5 Architectural Assistantship 5 Office Management and Computer Application 6 Automation and Robotics 7 Automobile Engg. 8 Ceramic Engg. 9 Chemical Engg. 10 Chemical Engg. (Pulp and Paper) 11 Civil Engg. 12 Computer Engg. 13 Computer Engg. (Artificial Inteligence and Machine Learning) 14 Diploma in Mechatronics 15 Electrical Engg. 16 Electronics and Communication Engg. 17 Fashion Design 18 Fashion Designing and Garment Technology 19 Fashion Technology 20 Food Technology 21 Instrumentation and Control Engg. 22 Mechanical Engg. 23 Mechanical Engg. (Tool and Dye) 24 Medical Electronics 25 Medical Laboratory Technology 26 Plastic Engg. 27 Textile Design 28 Textile Processing 29 Textile Technology 16 B. ADMISSION IN DIPLOMA ENGG. – LATERAL ENTRY [Two Years Duration - Semester Based Course]  Eligibility Passed 10+2 examination with Physics/ Mathematics / Chemistry/ Computer Science/ Electronics/ Information Technology/ Biology/ Informatics Practices/ Biotechnology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies/ Entrepreneurship (compatibility as per Table given below). (Note: The Affiliating Body will offer suitable bridge courses such as Mathematics, Physics, Engineering drawing, etc., for the students coming from diverse backgrounds to achieve desired learning outcomes of the programme) OR 10 + (2 years ITI) shall be eligible for admission to Second Year Diploma Course(s) in ANY branch of Engineering and Technology as per compatability. (Compatibility Table at page no. 20) OR Candidates who have completed Three year diploma in particular branch would be eligible to take admission in 2nd year of a different branch through lateral entry. OR NSQF level 4 in any course will be eligible for consideration in various Diploma Engineering courses as per compatability. (Compatibility Table at page no. 20) S. No. Major Disciplines Mandatory courses at 10+2 Level Other relevant course (s) for this discipline 1. Aeronautical Engg. Phy, Chem, Maths NA 2. Agriculture Engineering** Phy, Chem OR Agriculture stream Maths/Biology/Biotechnology/Agricultur e/Agriculture stream 3. Architecture As per Norms of Council of Architecture (CoA) 4. Planning Maths For remaining two courses select any courses out of 14* 5. Biotechnology** Phy, Chem Select any one form Bio/Biotechnology/Maths 6. Ceraemic Engineering Phy,Chem, Maths NA 7. Civil Engineering Phy,Chem,Maths NA 8. Computer Science and Engineering Phy,Maths For remaining single course select any courses out of 14* 9. Chemical Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 10. Dairy Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 11. Electrical Engineering Phy, Maths For remaining single course select any courses out of 14* 12. Energy Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 13. Electronics Engineering Phy, Maths For remaining single course select any courses out of 14* 14. Mechanical Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 15. Fire and Safety Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 16. Food Engineering Chem For remaining two course select any courses out of 14* 17. Leather Technology Chem For remaining two course select any courses out of 14* 18. Marine Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 19. Metallurgy Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 20. Military Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 21. Mining Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 22. Nano Technology Phy, Chem, Maths NA 23. Nuclear Science and Technology Phy, Chem, Maths NA 24. Packaging Technology Nil Select any courses out of 14* 25. Pharmaceutical Engineering** Phy, Chem Select any one form Bio/Biotechnology/Maths 26. Printing Engineering** Phy, Chem For remaining single course select any courses out of 14* 27. Textile Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 28. Fashion Technology Nil Select any courses out of 14* 29. Textile Chemistry Chem For remaining two courses select any courses out of 14* 30. In any Engg. and Non-Engg. Branches Phy, Chem, Maths NA 31. Non-Engg. Branches 10+2 Arts/ Commerce 17 32. Advance Diploma in Tool & Die making Phy, Chem, Maths NA 33. Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 34. Automobile Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 35. Automation and Robotics Phy, Chem, Maths NA 36. Chemical Engineering (Pulp & Paper) Phy, Chem, Maths NA 37. Computer Engineering Phy, Maths For remaining single course select any courses out of 14* 38. Diploma in Mechatronics Phy, Chem, Maths NA 39. Electrical & Electronics Engineering Phy, Maths For remaining single course select any courses out of 14* 40. Electronics & Communication Engineering Phy, Maths For remaining single course select any courses out of 14* 41. Fashion Design Nil Select any courses out of 14* 42. Fashion Designing & Garment Technology Nil Select any courses out of 14* 43. Food Technology Chem For remaining two course select any courses out of 14* 44. Information Technology Phy, Maths For remaining single course select any courses out of 14* 45. Instrumentation & Control Engineering Phy, Maths For remaining single course select any courses out of 14* 46. Mechanical Engineering (Tool & Die) Phy, Chem, Maths NA 47. Mechanical Engineering (CAD/ CAM) Phy, Chem, Maths NA 48. Mechanical Engineering (Production) Phy, Chem, Maths NA 49. Mechanical Engineering (Automobile) Phy, Chem, Maths NA 50. Medical Electronics Phy, Maths For remaining single course select any courses out of 14* 51. Medical Laboratory Technology Phy, Chem Select any one from Bio/ Biotechnology/ Maths 52. Plastic Technology Phy, Chem, Maths NA 53. Production Engineering Phy, Chem, Maths NA 54. Textile Design Phy, Chem, Maths NA 55. Textile Processing Phy, Chem, Maths NA 56. Textile Technology Phy, Chem, Maths NA *Physics/ Mathematics / Chemistry/ Computer Science/Electronics/Information Technology/Biology/ Informatics Practices/ Biotechnology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies/ Entrepreneurship. (14 subjects) ** First one or two Semesters may be so designed that students with Biology/Biotechnology background have adequate courses on Maths and Vice Versa and then the class is at level studying field for the rest of the semesters. Basis of Admissions Admission in Diploma lateral entry course shall be made through online off-campus counseling on the basis of inter-se-merit/ rank prepared of %age of qualifying examination. Note: In case, where the aggregate marks or the CGPA is not mentioned in the concerned Board DMC of 12th Examination, then total marks of all the subjects should be considered for calculating percentage of aggregate marks of Qualifying Examination. Tie-Breaking Criteria for preparation of Merit on the basis of %age of qualifying 18 examination: In case of a tie i.e. when two or more candidates obtain equal percentage of Marks at 12th (PCM/ PCB/ Vocational/ NSQF level 4) or qualifying examination, Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of such candidates shall be decided in the following order: I. Resolution by Date of Birth of candidate. Elder candidate will be given better rank. II. Resolution by name of the candidate (in English as mentioned in qualifying examination mark sheet) in alphabetical order i.e. candidate whose name appears first will be given better rank. III. Resolution by father’s name of the candidate (in English as mentioned in qualifying examination mark sheet) in alphabetical order i.e. candidate whose father’s name appears first will be given better rank. IV. Resolution by mother’s name of the candidate (in English as mentioned in qualifying examination mark sheet) in alphabetical order i.e. candidate whose mother’s name appears first will be given better rank. ADMISSION IN SPECIAL QUOTA SEATS IN DIPLOMA ENGG. LATERAL ENTRY.  Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme: Under Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme of AICTE, seats up to maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all institutions approved by AICTE. These supernumerary seats shall be available only to such Course(s) in an Institution, where a minimum of 50% of “Approved Intake” are filled up in last Academic year. Sons/ Daughters of parents whose annual income is less than or equal to Rs.8.00 Lac from all sources shall only be eligible for seats under this scheme. The annual family income of the candidates applying for Tuition Fee waiver Scheme will be verified from their PPP ID during the online registration process. (Subject to change as per guidelines/ instructions of AICTE and State Govt.) Note: Entering the PPP ID Number during the online registration process for admissions of Haryana Residents candidates is mandatory. Therefore, all the Haryana Resident candidates are advised to get his/ her correct details updated and verified on PPP portal first as once the details fetched from PPP database during the online registration process of admissions will remain non editable.  Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs): Under Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs) reservation of State Government, seats up to maximum 10 percent of the sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all educational institutions other than the minority educational institutions approved by AICTE. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE and State Govt.) A candidate applying for EWSs category shall upload the scanned copy of following certificates in PDF format at the time of Online Choice filling for the Counseling: i. Parivar Pehchan Patra ID with verified status. ii. Income and Asset Certificate (issued by Tehsildar of the area where the applicant normally resides) (Given at Annexure-XX).  “HARIHAR” (Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana) Policy: The Women & Child Development Department Haryana has notified “HARIHAR” (Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana) policy vide notification no. 111 DW (3) dated 20.07.2021 (Annexure-XXI) with the aim to provide Education, Financial and Employment benefits to the Abandoned and Surrendered Children who have completed the age of 18 years from the Child Care Institutions of the State and were abandoned before the age of 5 years or surrendered before the age of 1 year. As per the notification following guidelines should be followed for admission of such candidates in Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry Course for the session 2024-25: 1. Children seeking the benefit of admission under HARIHAR policy shall be Abandoned and Surrendered Children who have completed the age of 18 years from the Child Care Institutions of the State and were abandoned before the age of 05 years or surrendered before the age of 1 year. 2. Such candidates having Economically Weaker Section (EWS) status shall also be considered under Open/ EWS category for admission to above mentioned course in all Government & Government-Aided Polytechnics and shall provide free education to such candidates. 3. Only such cases shall be considered for admissions in Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry course which are approved by the concerned District Approval Committee headed by District Commissioner as defined vide “HARIHAR” policy dated 20.07.2021. 4. Institutions shall verify the relevant documents of the candidate from the concerned District Commissioner Office at the time of admission. 5. Institutions having hostel facilities must ensure free boarding/lodging facility to such candidates in consultation with Deputy Commissioner of the Concerned District, who will be the patron for that child and responsible for ensuring candidate’s aftercare and rehabilitation upto the age of 25 years. Only those facilities shall be provided at hostel and for education, for which expenses are borne by the State Govt. 6. The candidates belonging to HARIHAR category approved by the concerned District Approval Committee are eligible for admission in Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry course against the Open/ EWS category seats. 19 7. During the institute level admissions at Government & Government-Aided Polytechnics, the committee constituted for EWS/ TFW candidates will also make admissions of such candidates after verifying the certificate issued by District Approval Committee as per the merit against the Open/ EWS category seats. Note: Candidate, if any, simultaneously applying for admission as per his/ her category and also for TFW/EWS quota seats in Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry is required to fill the choices simultaneously after selecting the Roll No first and then filling the choices and participate in Online Off-campus counseling separately at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in against the respective Roll No. 20  Compatibility of Polytechnic Courses with ITI Courses and Polytechnic Diploma  Compatibility of Polytechnic Courses with 12th class with NSQF level 4 Courses:  General Conditions The candidates taking admission in lateral entry in Diploma Courses i.e. in 2nd year will have to undergo additional course(s) as per study scheme prescribed by HSBTE. S.No. Diploma Courses Branch Name of ITI/Polytechnic 1. Any Diploma Engg. Course i. Two Year duration ITI in any Engg. Trades ii. Any three year Polytechnic Diploma 2. Any Non Engg. Diploma Course Two Year duration ITI in any Non-Engg. Trades. S. No. Branch Name of diploma courses in polytechnics Compatible 10+2 (NSQF - Level – IV) Courses 1 Agriculture Engineering i. Agriculture 2 Automobile Engineering i. Automobile 3 i. Computer Engineering ii. Electronics & Communication Engg. iii. Information Technology iv. Instrumentation & Control Engg. v. Medical Electronics i. Information Technology/ ITeS ii. Media Entertainment/ Animation 4 Medical Lab Technology i. Health Care (Patient Care Assistant) ii. Health Care (Vision Technician) 5 i. Fashion Design ii. Fashion Designing & Garment Technology iii. Fashion Technology iv. Textile Technology v. Textile Processing vi. Textile Design i. Apparel (Fashion Design) 6 i. Business Management ii. Industrial & Personal Management iii. Hotel Management iv. Finance Accounts & Auditing v. Library & Information Science vi. Office Management & Computer Application i. Banking & Financial Services ii. Banking & Insurance Services iii. Beauty & Wellness iv. Physical Education & Sports v. Retail vi. Security vii. Travel & Tourism 7 i. Computer Engineering i. Computer Operator & Programming Assistant (COPA) i. Automobile Engg. ii. Mechanical Engg. i. Welder 21 C. ADMISSION IN DIPLOMA PHARMACY [Two Years Duration - Annual Course]  Entry qualification: Passed 10+2 (PCM/ PCB) from Board of School Education, Haryana, or examination from a recognized board/ university (Subject to change by State Govt. decision).  Eligibility (Subject to change by State Govt./ Pharmacy Council decision if any) Passed from a recognized Board/University in any of the following examination with pass in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/ Mathematics:  Intermediate examination in science.  First year of the three years degree courses in science.  Regular 10+2 examination only in science academic stream.  12 years Higher Secondary Education Board Exam (Science academic stream with Physics, Chemistry, Biology) of Higher Secondary Education Board, Nepal.  Pre-degree exam., or  Any other qualification approved by Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to any of the above examination. NOTE: 1. As per letter no. 14-2/2015- PCI(A)/23891-25895 dated 07-09-2015 of Pharmacy Council of India, it has been decided that “A student who has passed from Open School education system of the Central Govt./ State Govt. institutions are eligible for admission to Pharmacy courses as per the concerned Education Regulations.” It was further decided that the students of such Open Schools who have already passed or are undergoing pharmacy course(s) shall be treated as eligible for registration as a pharmacists under the Pharmacy Act, 1948 subject to fulfillment of the other prescribed conditions of registration under the Pharmacy Act, 1948. 2. As per letter no. 14-2/2006- PCI-5763-6337 dated 13-06-2007 of Pharmacy Council of India candidates having pre-university examinations (new scheme) of Andhra University with Physics, Chemistry, Maths or Physics, Chemistry, Biology are not eligible.  Basis of Admission Admission to Diploma Pharmacy course shall be made through online off-campus counseling on the basis of inter-se-merit/ rank prepared of %age of aggregate marks obtained in Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Mathematics and English in qualifying examination. Note: I. While calculating the aggregate marks of qualifying examination during the online verification, the marks of Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Mathematics and English should only be considered for the aggregate marks and accordingly, maximum marks will be calculated for Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Mathematics and English, as the Inter-se-Merit will be prepared on the basis of percentage of aggregate marks obtained in qualifying examination in Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Mathematics and English. II. For the candidates who have combined subjects i.e. Mathematics as well as Biology then higher subject marks shall be verified by the verifying team. III. In case, subject wise marks are not mentioned by the concerned Board then GPA and CGPA awarded by the Board will be considered for calculating the subject wise marks and aggregate marks (Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Mathematics and English), according to the Conversion Factor mentioned in Detailed Marks Certificate. The candidate shall upload the proof of subject wise and Aggregate Marks issued by the concerned Board along with Online Filled Application Form. IV. In case, Mark Sheet issued by any School Education Board is in a Language other than English and Hindi, candidate shall submit copy of transcript of Mark Sheet issued by the concerned Board in English or Hindi.  Tie-Breaking Criteria 1. In case of tie, the tie breaking criteria will be in the order of marks obtained in Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Mathematics and English. 22 2. If tie, still persists senior in age will be placed at higher merit. 3. If tie, still persists the same shall be resolved in the following order: i. Resolution by name of the candidate (in English as per matriculation mark sheet) in alphabetical order i.e. candidate whose name appears first will be given better rank. ii. Resolution by father’s name of the candidate (in English as per matriculation mark sheet) in alphabetical order i.e. candidate whose father’s name appears first will be given better rank. iii. Resolution by mother’s name of the candidate (in English as per matriculation mark sheet) in alphabetical order i.e. candidate whose mother’s name appears first will be given better rank.  Modification in marks of Qualifying Examination: If the marks in the qualifying examination are modified due to any reason by the respective School Education Board after declaration of Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of qualifying examination by HSTES, the same must be reported to HSTES immediately along with proof. However, the effect of the change will be taken into consideration only for the subsequent round(s) of counseling. ADMISSION IN SPECIAL QUOTA SEATS IN DIPLOMA PHARMACY: 1. Mewat Area Residents (MAR) Quota: 50% of total intake of Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar in Diploma Pharmacy is horizontally reserved for the residents of Mewat Area and these seats shall also be filled on the basis of inter-se-merit/ rank prepared on the basis of %age of qualifying examination through On-line Off-Campus counseling. However, seats reserved for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s) at Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar shall be provided out of MAR Quota. A candidate applying for MAR category shall upload the scanned copy of PDF of the following certificates at the time of Online Choice filling for the Counseling: i. Mewat Area Resident Certificate 2. Reservation of Seats for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s): 02 seats are reserved at Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar, Palwal for the domicile/ residents of the Uttawar Village and these seats shall be filled on the basis of inter-se-merit/ rank prepared on the basis of %age of qualifying examination. The Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar, Palwal shall make the admissions for seats reserved for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s). 3. Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs): Under Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs) reservation of State Government, seats up to maximum 10 percent of the sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all educational institutions other than the minority educational institutions approved by AICTE. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE and State Govt.) A candidate applying for EWSs category shall upload the scanned copy of PDF of the following certificates at the time of Online Choice filling for the Counseling: i. Parivar Pehchan Patra ID with verified status. ii. Income and Asset Certificate (issued by Tehsildar of the area where the applicant normally resides) (Given at Annexure-XX).. 4. “HARIHAR” (Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana) Policy: The Women & Child Development Department Haryana has notified “HARIHAR” (Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana) policy vide notification no. 111 DW (3) dated 20.07.2021 (Annexure-XXI) with the aim to provide Education, Financial and Employment benefits to the Abandoned and Surrendered Children who have completed the age of 18 years from the Child Care Institutions of the State and were abandoned before the age of 5 years or surrendered before the age of 1 year. As per the notification following guidelines should be followed for admission of such candidates in Diploma Pharmacy Course for the session 2024-25: 23 1. Children seeking the benefit of admission under HARIHAR policy shall be Abandoned and Surrendered Children who have completed the age of 18 years from the Child Care Institutions of the State and were abandoned before the age of 05 years or surrendered before the age of 1 year. 2. Such candidates having Economically Weaker Section (EWS) status shall also be considered under Open/ EWS category for admission to above mentioned course in all Government & Government-Aided Polytechnics and shall provide free education to such candidates. 3. Only such cases shall be considered for admissions in Diploma Pharmacy course which are approved by the concerned District Approval Committee headed by District Commissioner as defined vide “HARIHAR” policy dated 20.07.2021. 4. Institutions shall verify the relevant documents of the candidate from the concerned District Commissioner Office at the time of admission. 5. Institutions having hostel facilities must ensure free boarding/lodging facility to such candidates in consultation with Deputy Commissioner of the Concerned District, who will be the patron for that child and responsible for ensuring candidate’s aftercare and rehabilitation upto the age of 25 years. Only those facilities shall be provided at hostel and for education, for which expenses are borne by the State Govt. 6. The candidates belonging to HARIHAR category approved by the concerned District Approval Committee are eligible for admission in Diploma Pharmacy course against the Open/ EWS category seats. 7. During the institute level admissions at Government & Government-Aided Polytechnics, the committee constituted for EWS/ TFW candidates will also make admissions of such candidates after verifying the certificate issued by District Approval Committee as per the merit against the Open/ EWS category seats. 5. Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme: Under Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme of AICTE, seats up to maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all institutions approved by AICTE. These supernumerary seats shall be available only to such Course(s) in an Institution, where a minimum of 50% of “Approved Intake” are filled up in last Academic year. Sons/ Daughters of parents whose annual income is less than or equal to Rs.8.00 Lac from all sources shall only be eligible for seats under this scheme. The annual family income of the candidates applying for Tuition Fee waiver Scheme will be verified from their PPP ID during the online registration process. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE/ PCI and State Govt.) NOTE: i. Entering the PPP ID Number during the online registration process for admissions of Haryana Residents candidates is mandatory. Therefore, all the Haryana Resident candidates are advised to get his/ her correct details updated and verified on PPP portal first as once the details fetched from PPP database during the online registration process of admissions will remain non editable. ii. Candidate, if any, simultaneously applying for admission as per his/ her category and also for TFW/EWS quota seats in Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry is required to fill the choices simultaneously after selecting the Roll No first and then filling the choices and participate in Online Off-campus counseling separately at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in against the respective Roll No. D. Physical Standards for Diploma Engg./ Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry/ Diploma Pharmacy Courses All the candidates seeking admission in the various Polytechnics/Institutions affiliated to State Board of Technical Education Haryana will have to submit a medical certificate given at Annexure–XIV of this Prospectus duly signed by any Govt./ Registered Medical Practitioner having MBBS Degree at the time of joining the Institute. The standards of Physical Fitness are laid down in Annexure-XIVA. 24 Chapter-4 RESERVATION OF SEATS Reservation in admission in Technical Education Institutions for the session 2024-25: Category Code Percentage [a] All India Category Seats AIO 15% of the sanctioned intake [b] State Quota 85% of the sanctioned intake [b-1]Haryana Open General Category (General) HOGC 50% of State Quota [b-2] Reserved Categories of Haryana 50% of State Quota Scheduled Castes SC* 20% of State Quota i) 50% of 20% to Scheduled Castes* ii) 50% of 20% to Deprived Scheduled Castes * Backward Classes (A) BCA 16% of State Quota Backward Classes (B) BCB 11% of State Quota Physically Handicapped PH 3% of State Quota *In case of SC category the condition of 50% of 20% to Scheduled Castes and 50% of 20% to Scheduled Deprived Castes (as mentioned above) is applicable only for reservation in Admission in Government Educational Institutions and Aided institutions (for aided branches only). In the event of quota reserved for physically handicapped remain unutilized due to non-availability for suitable category of handicapped candidates, it may be offered to the Ex-serviceman and their wards (1%) and the dependents of freedom Fighters (1%). Further 3% horizontal reservation is also provided to Ex-servicemen/Freedom Fighters and their dependents by providing reservation within reservation of 1% of general category, 1% out of Scheduled Castes and 1% from Backward Classes category for admission to the various educational institutions of the Govt. and Govt. aided/institutes located in Haryana. As far as block allocation in Block-A and Block-B of Backward Classes category is concerned, year-wise rotational system will be adopted. For example, if Block A of Backward Classes are given seats in the academic year 2020-21, the next block i.e. B Block of category of Backward Classes will be given seats in the next academic year i.e. 2021-22 and so on. As far as roster allocation in SC and Deprived SC of Scheduled Castes category is concerned, yearwise rotational system will be adopted for Ex-servicemen/ Freedom Fighter and their dependents. For example, if SC of Scheduled Castes are given seats in the academic year 2020-21, the next block i.e. Deprived SC of category of Scheduled Castes will be given seats in the next academic year i.e. 2021-22 and so on. Instructions vide Notification No.22/27/2019-1GS-III dated 04.06.2020 issued by the GS-III Branch of Govt. of Haryana for Haryana Scheduled Castes should be implemented as following: “Fifty percent of the twenty percent seats reserved for Scheduled Castes for admission in any Government educational institution shall be set aside for candidates belonging to deprived Scheduled Castes as enumerated in the Annexure-II. Where a seat is set aside for candidate from the deprived Scheduled Castes for admission in Government Educational Institution is not filled up in any academic year due to non-availability of candidate of the deprived Scheduled Castes possessing the requisite qualification, the same shall be made available to the candidate of Schedule Castes.” (List of Scheduled Castes and Deprived Scheduled Castes are at Annexure-II). Notification issued by State Government vide no. 491-SW(1)2021, dated 17.11.2021 specified the criteria for exclusion of persons within the Backward Classes as Creamy layer, regarding reservation in admissions in Educational Institutions shall be followed (Annexure–IV-A). Under Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs) reservation of State Government, seats up to maximum 10 percent of the sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all educational institutions 25 other than the minority educational institutions approved by AICTE. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE and State Govt.) 25% horizontal reservation shall be provided for girls students in all categories. For private unaided institutions:- The sanctioned intake in a private institute shall be distributed as under:- i) 25% of sanctioned intake shall be filled by the institutions. ii) 75% of sanctioned intake shall be filled through HSTES as per State Reservation Policy as mentioned above. For private unaided Minority institutions – i. All India category including NRI seats not exceeding upto 15% (at the discretion of the management as above). ii. Minority Quota - 42.5% of sanctioned intake fixed by the State Govt. vide notification No. 20/5/2004-4TE, dated 25.06.2004. iii. Balance- 42.5% (half for Haryana Open General and half for reserved categories of Haryana in the ratio as specified above). SPECIAL QUOTA SEATS Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES) has implemented various schemes of Govt. of Haryana, AICTE New Delhi and MHRD regarding Special Quota Seats given as under: A. SPECIAL QUOTA SEATS IN DIPLOMA ENGG. 1. Haryana Govt. School Toppers (HGST) Seats: One seat in each branch in each Polytechnic is reserved for Haryana Govt. School Toppers (having minimum 2nd division and minimum strength of the class should be 5) in the current year (2023) matriculation examination. 2. Kashmiri Migrants (KM) Quota: Seats upto maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake in each branch are reserved for wards of Kashmiri Migrants in all AICTE approved institutions. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. 3. Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme: Under Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme of AICTE, seats up to maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all institutions approved by AICTE. These supernumerary seats shall be available only to such Course(s) in an Institution, where a minimum of 50% of “Approved Intake” are filled up in last Academic year. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE and State Govt.) 4. Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs): Under Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs) reservation of State Government, seats up to maximum 10 percent of the sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all educational institutions other than the minority educational institutions approved by AICTE. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE and State Govt.) 5. Mewat Area Residents (MAR) Quota: 50% of total intake of Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar in Diploma Engg. is horizontally reserved for the residents of Mewat Area. However, seats reserved for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s) at Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar shall be provided out of MAR Quota. . 6. Shivalik Development Board (SDB) Quota: 50% of the total intake at Govt. Polytechnic, Morni, Panchkula are reserved for students who are bonafied residents of areas falling under the ambit of Shivalik Development Board (SDB) in Haryana. However, seats reserved for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s) at Govt. Polytechnic, Morni, Panchkula shall be provided out of SDB Quota. 7. Reservation of Seats for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s): As per notification of the State Government 02 Seats per branch (within sanctioned intake) are reserved for the domicile/ residents of the village Panchayat(s) who have gifted land free of cost/ leased out by State Government on nominal lease for set up of following Government 26 Polytechnics in the State: i. Ch. Matu Ram Arya Govt. Polytechnic, Sanghi, Rohtak for residents of Sanghi Village ii. Govt. Polytechnic, Lisana, Rewari for residents of Lisana Village iii. Govt. Polytechnic, Manesar, Gurgaon for residents of Manesar Village iv. Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar, Palwal for residents of Uttawar Village v. Govt. Polytechnic, Shergarh, Kaithal for residents of Shergarh Village. vi. Govt. Polytechnic, Dhangar, Distt. Fatehabad for the respective Village Gram Panchayat who have provided the land. vii. Maharishi Kashyap Govt. Polytechnic, Jattal, Distt. Panipat for the respective Village Gram Panchayat who have provided the land. viii. Govt. Polytechnic Indri, Distt. Nuh ix. Govt. Polytechnic Malab, Distt. Nuh x. Govt. Polytechnic Mandkola, Distt. Palwal xi. Govt. Polytechnic Chhappar, Distt. Charkhi Dadri xii. Govt. Polytechnic Nanakpur, Distt. Panchkula xiii. Govt. Polytechnic Umri, Distt. Kurukshetra xiv. Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram Govt. Polytechnic, Sampla, District Rohtak xv. Govt. Polytechnic, Sadhaura, Distt. Yamuna Nagar xvi. Govt. Polytechnic-cum-Multi Skill Training Centre, Dhamlawas, Distt. Rewari xvii. Govt. Polytechnic Jamalpur Sheikhan xviii. Raja Jait Singh Govt. Polytechnic, Tigaon Road Neemka, Faridabad xix. Govt. Polytechnic, Morni, Panchkula for the residents of Village Behlon in block Morni. In case no suitable candidates are available from Village Behlon, then these seats will be offered to residents of villages under the Bhoj Ddarti Panchyat in which village Behlon falls. The number of seats reserved for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s) in above Polytechnics, basis of admission and method of applying is mentioned in Chapter-3. 8. Wakf Board Seats at Seth Jai Parkash Polytechnic, Damla: 10 seats at S.J.P. Damla are horizontally reserved for nominees of Haryana Wakf Board (Chemical Engg. - 03 seats, Electronic & Comm. Engg- 04 seats, Computer Engg.- 03 seats) and one seat in Electronics & Communication Engg. is also reserved for resident of Damla village. 9. 03 seats are reserved for three year Diploma Engg. course in Printing Technology at Northern Regional Institute of Printing and Technology, Taliarganj, Allahabad-U.P. These seats along with any other seats if allotted by MHRD for Polytechnics in other state(s), are to be filled on the basis of merit of Secondary School Examination (Matriculation) or equivalent qualifying examination only by HSTES through open advertisement. 10. “HARIHAR” (Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana) policy: The Children seeking the benefit of admission under HARIHAR policy shall be Abandoned and Surrendered Children who have completed the age of 18 years from the Child Care Institutions of the State and were abandoned before the age of 05 years or surrendered before the age of 1 year. Such candidates having Economically Weaker Section (EWS) status shall also be considered under Open/ EWS category for admission in all Diploma Courses at Government and Government-Aided Polytechnics under the ambit of Directorate of Technical Education. 27 B. SPECIAL QUOTA SEATS IN DIPLOMA ENGG. LATERAL ENTRY 1. Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme: Under Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme of AICTE, seats up to maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all institutions approved by AICTE. These supernumerary seats shall be available only to such Course(s) in an Institution, where a minimum of 50% of “Approved Intake” are filled up in last Academic year. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE and State Govt.) 2. Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs): Under Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs) reservation of State Government, seats up to maximum 10 percent of the sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all educational institutions other than the minority educational institutions approved by AICTE. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE and State Govt.) 3. “HARIHAR” (Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana) policy: The Children seeking the benefit of admission under HARIHAR policy shall be Abandoned and Surrendered Children who have completed the age of 18 years from the Child Care Institutions of the State and were abandoned before the age of 05 years or surrendered before the age of 1 year. Such candidates having Economically Weaker Section (EWS) status shall also be considered under Open/ EWS category for admission in all Diploma Courses at Government and Government-Aided Polytechnics under the ambit of Directorate of Technical Education. C. SPECIAL QUOTA SEATS IN DIPLOMA PHARMACY 1. Mewat Area Residents (MAR) Quota: 50% of total intake of Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar in Diploma Pharmacy is horizontally reserved for the residents of Mewat Area. However, seats reserved for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s) at Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar shall be provided out of MAR Quota. 2. Reservation of Seats for the domicile/ residents of village Panchayat(s): 02 seats in Diploma Pharmacy at Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar, Palwal are reserved for the domicile/ residents of the Uttawar Village and these seats shall be filled on the basis of interse-merit/ rank prepared on the basis of %age of qualifying examination. 3. Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs): Under Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs) reservation of State Government, seats up to maximum 10 percent of the sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all educational institutions other than the minority educational institutions approved by AICTE. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE/ PCI and State Govt.) 4. Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme: Under Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme of AICTE, seats up to maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all institutions approved by AICTE. These supernumerary seats shall be available only to such Course(s) in an Institution, where a minimum of 30% of “Approved Intake” are filled up in last Academic year in Diploma Pharmacy course. (*Subject to change as per guidelines/ directions of AICTE/ PCI and State Govt.) 5. “HARIHAR” (Homeless, Abandoned and Surrendered Children Rehabilitation Initiative Haryana) policy: The Children seeking the benefit of admission under HARIHAR policy shall be Abandoned and Surrendered Children who have completed the age of 18 years from the Child Care Institutions of the State and were abandoned before the age of 05 years or surrendered before the age of 1 year. Such candidates having Economically Weaker Section (EWS) status shall also be considered under Open/ EWS category for admission in all Diploma Courses at Government and Government-Aided Polytechnics under the ambit of Directorate of Technical Education. Note: 1. If the number of seats in any particular category is not a round figure, 0.5 or above will be taken as one and less than 0.5 shall be ignored, except that in Physically Handicapped, Children and Grand-children of Freedom Fighters and Ex-Servicemen and their Wards Categories, at least one candidate will be admitted from all the three categories in total, even if 28 the share is less than 0.5 seats provided the number of sanctioned intake in the particular course is 30 or above. 2. Merging of sub-categories in the reserved categories and removal of ESM priorities of Haryana shall be made before 2nd round of counseling. 3. While allotting seat to a candidate, he/ she shall be considered first in All India Category, then in Haryana Open General Category and thereafter in his/ her own category as applicable. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES CLAIMING RESERVATION FOR: 1. HARYANA RESIDENTS: The candidates claiming to be bonafide Residents of Haryana should have to mention the PPP ID Number in the online registration form as all the details will be fetched and verified from PPP ID database during the online registration process. The candidate must ensure that the information mentioned in his/ her PPP ID should be correct & verified. A format of certificates from the employer in the case of employees of Govt. of Haryana, members of All India Services borne on Haryana Cadre, employees statutory bodies/corporation is given at Annexure-VII. 2. SCHEDULED CASTE/ SCHEDULED TRIBE (SC/ST): A Haryana Resident candidate claiming seat against the seats reserved for Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST) (as per list at Annexure-II) will have to mention the PPP ID Number in the online registration form as all the details will be fetched and verified from PPP ID database during the online registration process. The candidate must ensure that category mentioned in his/ her PPP ID should be correct & verified. 3. BACKWARD CLASSES (BC): A Haryana Resident candidate claiming seat against the seats reserved for Backward Class (BC) Block A/ Block B (As per Annexure-III) will have to mention the PPP ID Number in the online registration form as all the details will be fetched and verified from PPP ID database during the online registration process. The candidate must ensure that category mentioned in his/ her PPP ID should be correct & verified. 4. Ex-Serviceman (ESM): A candidate claiming seat against the seats reserved of Ex-Serviceman must attach a certificate from the Secretary District Soldier, Sailors Airman’s Board as a proof of their being as such. The candidate claiming seat against the seats reserved for children/ wards of the Armed Forces Personnel must attach a certificate from the local unit as a proof of their being as such. Against the seats reserved for wards of Armed Forces Personnel following priorities should be implemented in the admissions: Priority-I: Widows/ Wards of Defence personnel killed in action. Priority-II: Wards of disabled in action and boarded out from service. Priority-III: Widows/ Wards of Defence personnel who died while in with death attributable to military service. Priority-IV: Wards of disabled in service and boarded out with disability attributable to military service. Priority-V: Wards of Ex-servicemen who are in receipt of Gallantry Awards: (i) Param Vir Chakra (ii) Ashok Chakra (iii) Sarvottam Yudh Seva Medal (iv) Maha Vir Chakra (v) Kirti Chakra (vi) Uttam Yudh Seva Medal (vii) Vir Chakra (viii) Shaura Chakra (ix) Yudh Seva Medal (x) Sena, Nau Sena, Vayu Sena Medal (xi) Mention-in-Despatches Priority-VI: Wards of Ex-servicemen So, the candidates claiming reservation for these categories of Haryana are required to upload the certificate as per Annexure-V and Annexure-XVI whichever is applicable, at the time of online registration for online centralized counseling at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in. 29 5. FREEDOM FIGHTER (FF)/ DEPENDENT OF FREEDOM FIGHTER (DEF): The candidates claiming the reservation for children/wards of freedom fighter shall be required to upload online certificate from the office of the Chief Secretary to Government of Haryana (protocol and publicity branch) duly signed and stamped. The candidate should also submit an affidavit counter signed by the Magistrate showing the relationship of the candidate with the freedom fighter. The certificate can also be obtained from Deputy Commissioner of concerned district of Haryana State as per Annexure-XII. 6. PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED (PH): The handicap disability should not be less than 40% and should not interfere with the requirement of the professional career as an Engineer/Architect/Technician in all the courses. The certificate to this effect should be obtained from Civil Surgeon heading the constituted medical board as given at Annexure -XI. 7. KASHMIRI MIGRANTS (KM) A candidate claiming seat against the seats reserved of Kasmiri Migrants will be required to posses the original Migration Certificate duly signed by the competent authority or Relief commissioner. 8. HARYANA GOVT. SCHOOL TOPPER (HGST) The candidates applying under Haryana Govt. School Toppers (HGST) will upload online a certificate (Annexure-XIII) in the support of their claim from the Principal/ Headmaster of the Govt. School of which the candidate is Topper, clearly stating the strength of class and the candidate claiming HGST quota should be Topper (minimum 2nd division) in current year examination i.e. 2023 (Minimum strength of class should be 5 to become eligible for HGST). 9. TUITION FEES WAIVER SCHEME (TFW) The candidate who belongs to Haryana applying for Tuition Fees Waiver Category will required to enter the PPP ID Number during the online registration process for admission and Income of such candidates will be fetched & verified from PPP database. (Only those candidates are eligible for the category whose annual income of Parents/Guardians is less than or equal to Rs. 8.00 lakh from all sources). Note: Entering the PPP ID Number during the online registration process for admissions of Haryana Residents candidates is mandatory. Therefore, all the Haryana Resident candidates are advised to get his/ her correct details updated and verified on PPP portal first as once the details fetched from PPP database during the online registration process of admissions will remain non editable. 10. Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs): The candidates applying for Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs) reservation of State Govt., will upload online a Income and Asset Certificate (given at Annexure-XX) issued by Tehsildar of the area where the applicant normally resides. 30 Chapter-5 Instructions for Registeration and Choice Filling for all Diploma Courses There is no printed application form available/ accepted and applications for admission in all Diploma Courses shall be invited online at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in as per “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I. List of Diploma Courses/ Categories is given below: S. No. Course Name Basis of Admission I Diploma Engg. including HGST, KM, MAR, SDB, TFW & EWSs Categories Inter-se-merit/ rank prepared of %age of Secondary School Examination (Matriculation) or equivalent qualifying examination. II Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry including TFW & EWSs Categories Inter-se-Merit/ Rank prepared of %age of Qualifying Examination III Diploma Pharmacy including MAR, TFW & EWSs Categories Inter-se-merit/ rank prepared of %age of aggregate marks obtained in Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Mathematics and English in qualifying examination A. Instructions for Registration and Choice Filling: 1. Before applying online, the candidate should read carefully Diploma Prospectus–2023 available at www.hstes.org.in. 2. The candidate must fill the choices after submission of registration fees before the closing date online choice filling as per “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I. 3. The particulars of the candidate in the application form (except the candidates whose information is fetched from PPP ID) must exactly be the same as mentionted in the qualifying examination. 4. Entering the PPP ID Number during the online registration process is mandatory for all the candidates who belongs to Haryana as information of such candidates will be fetched and verified automatically from PPP database. 5. The details of the candidate like Name, Father’s Name, Mother’s Name, Date of Birth (DOB), should be as per qualifying examination certificate in the PPP ID. In case, the same are not matched with qualification examination the same should got corrected/updated & verified in his/her PPP ID before filling the online registration form or can submit the updated copy of PPP ID at the selected designated center before the cut-off date of verification (Appendix-I). 6. If the particulars of any candidate is found wrong at the time of reporting of admission then his/ her admission may be cancelled and the candidate himself/ herself will be responsible for the canceling of the said admission. 7. The candidates are advised to clearly opt the course i.e. Diploma Engg./ Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry/ Diploma Pharmacy and special category i.e. HGST/ KM/ MAR/ SDB/ TFW/ EWSs. 8. The candidates should note down the unique application number which will be generated as the candidate signup for the Diploma Courses. The unique application number will be required for future communication. The candidate should keep a copy of application form for his/ her record. 9. Eligibile candidates can add the special categories i.e. HGST/ KM/ MAR/ SDB/ TFW/ EWSs at the time of registration of application form. If the eligible candidate does not add the special category to his/ her application form, then same will not be added after confirmation of application form. 10. Submission of duplicate application will not be allowed by the system. The candidates (except the candidates whose details are fetched and verified from PPP ID) are advised to fill all the particulars like name, father name, date of birth, category, resident of Haryana, income, economically weaker category etc. in the online application form correctly. If any candidate (except the candidates whose details are fetched and verified from PPP ID) want to correct certain detail(s) submitted in his/ her online application form, same shall be allowed to change his/ her registration details before confirmation of registration form by the candidate or by the verification team at the Designated Center (Govt. or Govt. Aided Polytechnic in the State) after the submission of registration fee or he/ she may contact HSTES on email id onlineadmissionhelp@gmail.com and at the toll free no. 1800-137-3735 before the last date of closing of application form. The Haryana Resident candidates whose particulars are wrong/ incomplete/ unverified are advised to correct his/ her details in the PPP ID first and then submit the corrected/ updated copy of PPP ID at the selected 31 Designated Center before the cut-off date for verification (Appendix-I). 11. The candidates have to fill the particulars online and also upload their coloured photograph (JPG File Max. 30KB Size) and signature (JPG File Max. 20KB Size). 12. The candidates shall select the pattern of their Board result i.e. either marks or grading. 13. After selecting marks or grading candidate shall enter the marks as per their qualifying exam and save the application form. 14. In the event of verifying marks by the Designated Centers, if the marks are updated/ corrected by the Designated Center then the choices filled by the candidate will be deleted and candidate shall fill the choices again for confirmation of seat. 15. The Choices filled by the candidate are subject to change as per the Final List of Participating Institutions and Branches with Intake as provided by the concerened Board/ University/ PCI. 16. The candidates who have filled the choices are advised to keep a check on the Institutions & Branches (Added or Deleted) before the submission of last cut-off date of choice filling as per the Keydates. 17. The candidates are advised to upload the scanned copy of relevant documents as and when required in PDF format of 100 KB for each document at the time of filling of online application form. 18. The candidates who have added special categories in their application form will have to upload the proof of certificates of special category. If in case, candidates fails to upload the document of special category then verifying institutions/ designated centers can delete the special categories added by the candidate. The candidate can submit the pending documents at Designated Center opted by his/ her before the last date of verification. 19. The candidates can visit nearby Common Service Centers (CSC) or nearby Government Polytechnics/ HSTES for filling the online application form/ deposit of online registration fees/ filling choices for counseling etc. (Common Service Centres are physical facilities for delivering Government of India e-Services to rural and remote locations where availability of computers and Internet was negligible or mostly absent). 20. The verification of the documents shall be done online by the Designated Centers in coordination with HSTES for the session 2024-25. B. Instructions for online registration 1. Apply online at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in as per “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I 2. One time portal for online registration will be open for all courses for the session 2024-25 as per the schedule mentioned in “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I. 3. For all Diploma Courses the Registration Fees is Rs.1000/- for General Category and Rs.700/- for all Reserved Categories. 4. Merits shall be prepared for those candidates only who have submitted the registration fees online and is verified by the Designated Centers (List at Appendix-II) as per “Key Dates” given at Appendix-I. 5. Result of seat allotment and Merit of Diploma Engg., Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry and Diploma Pharmacy Course will be displayed online at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in in candidate’s login. 6. Two online off-campus counseling will be conducted for all Diploma Courses on www.techadmissionshry.gov.in as per “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I. C. Instructions for Deposit of Registration Fees 1. The Registration Fees shall be deposited by the candidate Online through Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking/ Wallet/ UPI. 2. The verification of application forms will be done for those candidates only who have deposited the online Registration Fees. 3. The Registration Fees once paid will not be refunded (full or partial) under any circumstances. D. Instructions for Verification & Confirmation of Online Filled Application Form A. For Diploma Engg. (including HGST, KM, MAR, SDB, TFW & EWSs Categories), Diploma Pharmacy (including MAR, TFW and EWSs Categories) and Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry (including TFW and EWSs Categories): 32 1. The candidate shall select a Designated Center (Govt. or Govt. Aided Polytechnic in the State) while filling Online Application Form for online Verification & Confirmation of his/ her Online Filled Application Form. The list of Designated Centers is given in Appendix-II. The candidates are advised to upload the scanned copy of relevant documents (if applicable) as and when required in PDF format of 100 KB for each document at the time of filling of online application form. 2. After submission of Online Application Form, the institute shall verify the uploaded documents or may seek the relevant documents (if not visible on the portal) from the candidates for online verification through E-mail and shall upload the document on portal. 3. The Verification Team of two members (with at least one Group A or B officer) at the concerned Designated Center shall check online the relevant documents and accordingly shall verify the marks of qualifying examination/ other particulars of the candidate in Online Filled Application Form. 4. The information fetched from PPP ID database will remain non editable for the designated centers except the cases where updated copy of PPP ID is submitted by the candidate at the selected designated center. 5. The verifying team should check the particulars of the candidates mentioned in qualifying examination with the information fetched from the PPP ID. If the particulars are found wrong then contact such candidates to correct/ update their PPP ID first and to submit the same at the selected Designated Center before the closing of the verification process to avoid the cancelation of seats during the reporting period. 6. The designated center re-verify such application forms then the updated information in PPP ID will be auto updated in the online submitted registration form of the candidate and will be visible to the selected designated center of verification. 7. In case of correction in name of the candidate in PPP ID, the candidate need to update Aadhar as per UIDAI process on https://uidai.gov.in/ first. Once user name is updated at Aadhar then user can login at PPP portal and can update family details on https://meraparivar.haryana.gov.in/FamilyDirect or can visit Common Service Center (CSC) for updation. 8. After successful Verification & Confirmation/ Rejection of Online Filled Application Form, the candidate will get the confirmation of application form through SMS/ E-mail from the Designated Center. 9. In the event of verifying marks by the Designated Centers, if the marks are updated/ corrected by the Designated Center then the choices filled by the candidate will be deleted and candidate shall fill the choices again for confirmation of seat. 10. The Result of seat allotment and Merit of Diploma Engg., Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry and Diploma Pharmacy Course will be displayed online at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in in candidate’s login, only for the verified and confirmed Application Forms. 33 Chapter-6 Procedure for Registeration and Choice Filling for all Diploma Courses A PROCEDURAL STEPS FOR REGISTERATION AND CHOICE FILLING FOR ALL DIPLOMA COURSES: 1. This procedure is applicable for the candidates who want to take admissions through online choice filling. 2. Candidates should go through Diploma Prospectus-2024 for detailed information about “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I, counseling schedule and procedures. 3. Two Online choice filling will be conducted for admission to all Diploma Courses for all the seats of Govt. / Govt. Aided and 75% seats of Self Financing Institutes only as follows : 1st Counseling - shall be done for all categories namely AIC, HOGC, HGST, SC, SC-D, BC-A, BC-B, PH, ESM (with all priorities) and FF of all categories with 25% Horizontal Female reservation. 2nd Counseling - shall be done for all categories namely AIC, HOGC, HGST, SC (by merging SC and SC-D in SC), BC (by merging BCA and BCB in BC), PH, ESM (by merging all priorities) and FF with 25% Horizontal Female reservation. For the supernumerary seats i.e. KM (J&K seats), TFW and EWS seats will be filled separately on the basis of Inter-se-merit of qualifying exam. After 2nd online counseling, admission at Institute Level Manual Counseling shall be made according to the following procedure: For Diploma Engg., Diploma Pharmacy & Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry: For conducting the Institute Level Manual Counseling applications of the candidates shall be invited through official email id of the institution as per the schedule notified and advertised by the concerned institute. Fresh Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of the candidates who have applied for Institute Level Manual Counseling shall be prepared (hosted on the website of the institute) by the respective institute according to the prescribed criteria of preparation of Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of qualifying examination as mentioned in Chapter-3 of Diploma Prospectus. The Institute Level Manual Counseling shall be conducted after merging the sub categories (including female) of a particular reserved category into the main reserved category. In the event of seats remaining vacant/ unfilled, if any, same shall be filled up before final cut-off date of admissions without any reservation. NOTE: 1. For filling up the leftover supernumerary seats in TFW/ EWS category for Diploma courses a committee shall be constituted at institute level. Separate merit shall be displayed after giving the advertisement at institute level. Further, the supernumerary TFW admissions shall be done through Institute Level Manual Counseling in an institution where a minimum of 50% seats of approved intake are filled up in last academic year for Diploma Engg. & Diploma Lateral Entry course and a minimum of 30% of approved intake are filled up in last academic year for Diploma Pharmacy course. 4. The candidates shall register online on www.techadmissionshry.gov.in for participating in counseling (choice filling and seat allotment) after deposit of the registration fees as per Key Dates given in Appendix-I. The registration fees once paid shall not be refunded (full or partial) under any circumstances. For registration, candidate will be required to generate a password for use in future logins. Candidates should strictly keep record of the password for their own use only and not to disclose this to others. In the event of sharing of password, candidate will be solely responsible for the change of registration details, choices etc., if any. Candidates are advised to Register for Online choice filling from their own home and SHOULD NOT go to any cyber cafe or any outside unauthorized persons for the same, as they may mislead or misguide the candidates. However, in any case if the candidate registers from Cyber Cafe/ unauthorized venue, he must ensure that the password is created by himself/ herself only in a secret manner. 34 The Admission Process for online admission is as under: Admission Process for admission in Diploma Courses Uploading the details of admitted candidates on the web portal by the institute at www.intrahstes.gov.in Sign-up for online application form at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in Availability of online Prospectus at www.hstes.org.in, www.techadmissionshry.gov.in & www.techeduhry.gov.in Registration of application form including uploading of applicable documents at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in Deposition of Registration Fee Credit card/ Debit card/ Net-Banking/ Wallets at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in Online Verification of documents/ marks in online filled application form by Designated Centre i.e. Govt./ Govt. Aided polytechnics Declaration of Inter-se-Merit/ Seat Allotment as per the Choice Filling for 1st and 2nd Online Off-Campus Counseling Choice Filling of Seats by Candidates for 1st & 2nd Counseling at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in Reporting of the Candidates in the allotted Institute as per their allotment letter 35 5. The candidates should note down the unique application number which will be generated as the candidate signup for the Diploma Courses. The unique application number will be required for future communication. The candidate should keep a copy of application form for his/ her record. 6. After signup, you will get registration page for registering yourself as follows: i) It has been decided that the candidate who want to avail the benefit of scholarhip or any other Govt. beneficiary schemes will submit the Aadhaar Number (or Enrolment No.) at the time of filling the online registration form. ii) Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP ID) iii) Gender iv) Category v) Sub Category vi) Physical handicapped vii) Educational Qualification viii) % age marks ix) Name of School/ College from where eligible educational qualification attained x) Type of School/College xi) Location of School/College xii) Password and Re enter Password xiii) Security Questions xiv) Security Answers xv) Contact Address xvi) City/Town xvii) Home District xviii) Pin Code xix) Telephone number xx) Mobile number xxi) Email address etc. xxii) Name of Bank xxiii) Bank account No. xxiv) IFSC Code xxv) Bank account linked with aadhar or not xxvi) Upload the scanned copy of PDF relevant documents (if applicable) in pdf format of max. size of each document upto 100Kb. 7. The candidate shall fill in the application form and add the special categories (if eligible) as per the qualifying examination form. 8. After this, candidate will be redirected to “Registration Confirmation” page where all entered registration details are displayed for confirmation once again. If you find any detail incorrect (except the candidates whose information are fetched from PPP ID database), that can be corrected by using the option “edit registration details” otherwise “Click here to continue”, if all the registration details shown are correct. The details of the candidate mentioned in the PPP ID like Name, Father’s Name, Mother’s Name, Date of Birth (DOB), should be as per qualifying examination certificate. In case, the same are not matched with qualification examination the same should got corrected/updated & verified in his/her PPP ID before filling the registration form online or can submit the updated copy of PPP ID at the selected designated center before the cut-off date of verification (Appendix-I) to avoid the cancelation of seat during the reporting of the candidate at the institute after the allotment. 9. Further, if the particulars of any candidate is found wrong at the time of reporting of admission then his/ her admission may be cancelled and the candidate himself/ herself will be responsible for the canceling of the said admission. 10. Please check all the details once again, before confirmation of registration details. 11. Once you proceeded from the above step, your registration details can’t be changed or edited, so click on “Registration Confirmation” page only when all your particulars are correct. In exceptional case, you may contact HSTES at Toll Free No. 1800-137-3735 and Email at onlineadmissionhelp@gmail.com. 12. The candidates who have added special categories in their application form will have to upload the proof of certificates of special category. If in case, candidates fails to upload the document of special 36 category then verifying institutes can delete the special categories added by the candidate. The candidate can submit the pending documents at Designated Center opted by his/ her before the last date of verification. 13. The Registration Fees shall be deposited by the candidate Online through Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking/ Wallet/ UPI. 14. After submission of Registeration Fee, candidate have to login with Unique Application No. & Password. Upon login, candidate will be able to fill choices online. A candidate who has selected special category, will be able to fill choices for different Roll No’s i.e. General Roll No. & Special Category Roll No. through same login. 15. While displaying the status of availability of seats, the number of seats available in a specific branch of an institution will be displayed as per eligibility/category. The non-availability of the seats in a branch of an institution and the seats/institution for which a candidate is not eligible will not be shown to him/ her. 16. Candidate can also see his/ her eligible choices and can take the print out of his/ her eligible choices. 17. Candidate will go to fill his/ her choices by clicking on Fill/Modify choice and fill his/ her Choices priority wise by clicking on add choice button (+) in left frame. Candidate should save the filled choices frequently. 18. To increase the probability of getting a seat, candidates are advised to fill maximum eligible choices. 19. After filling the choices, the candidate will lock his/ her choices. Locking choices means candidate has finalized his/ her choices. 20. Seat Allotment Result publishing date is available on Key Date’s section on the website. 21. The Result of seat allotment and Merit of Diploma Engg., Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry and Diploma Pharmacy Course will be displayed online at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in in candidate’s login for the verified and confirmed Application Forms only. 22. After decleration of the seat allotement result of a particular counseling, the candidate shall print the provisional seat allotment letter from website www.techadmissionshry.gov.in 23. For up gradation of the allotted seat, a candidate should participate in subsequent counselings. For that the Candidate will login on web site www.techadmissionshry.gov.in and click on the undertaking that I understand and accept that, by participating in this counseling, my earlier admission/ allotment, if any, will be cancelled automatically, in case I get new allotment in next counseling. 24. Candidates have to check the undertaking and click on Accept Participation and Proceed to participate in further counseling. Candidate is advised to opt only for the choice(s), which are better than the seat reserved in 1 st counseling. However, if at all the candidate participates in the 2nd and after filling the choices he/ she feels that he/ she should not have opted for 2nd online counseling then at this stage he/ she should delete all the choices filled by him/ her to retain the seat reported through 1st online counseling. 25. If candidate wants to change his/ her registration details (except the candidates whose details are fetched and verified from PPP ID [refer to point no. 8]), then candidate has to contact HSTES (Toll Free Number 1800-137-3735) for modification in his/ her registration details. By changing registration details, candidate filled up choices, if any, would be automatically deleted and eligible choices of candidate may be affected. THINGS TO REMEMBER  In case a candidate gets a new seat in subsequent counseling, the earlier allotment/ admission, if any, will stand cancelled automatically.  In case a candidate upgrades to a new discipline in the same institution, he/ she should report physically again in the allotted institution but need not to deposit admission/ semester fees again.  If a candidate upgrades to a new institute, the candidate shall physically report at the allotted new institute and deposit the admission/ semester fees accordingly.  The candidates who did not get seat in previous counseling or who are not satisfied with the allotted seat may try in subsequent counseling for getting a seat or up gradation as per the case 37 respectively.  Once the seat in subsequent counseling is allotted, the previous allotted seat will be cancelled automatically. After allotment of seat in subsequent counseling, the candidate must report at the allotted institute as per “keydates” and in case of non-reporting by the candidate, the new allotted seat will also be cancelled automatically. (Previously allotted seat got cancelled due to new allotment of seat in subsequent counseling and newly allotted seat got cancelled due to non reporting) and that seat will be automatically offered to candidates in the subsequent counseling. Previously allotted seat will not be given to candidate by any means after allotment of seat in the subsequent counseling even if it remains vacant. B Counseling for Kashmiri Migrants (KM), Haryana Govt. School Toppers (HGST), Tuition Fees Waiver (TFW) Scheme, Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs), Mewat Area Residents (MAR) Quota and Shivalik Development Board (SDB) Haryana Quota Seats:  For Diploma Engg. including HGST, KM, MAR, SDB, TFW & EWSs categories, Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry including TFW & EWSs categories and Diploma Pharmacy including MAR, TFW and EWSs categories candidate shall apply online and the fees for the purpose shall also be deposited online through Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in.  The candidate shall select a Designated Center (Govt. or Govt. Aided Polytechnic in the State) while filling Online Application Form for online Verification & Confirmation of his/ her Online Filled Application Form for Diploma Engg., Diploma Pharmacy Course and Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry course. The list of Designated Centers is given in Appendix-II.  Candidates, if any, simultaneously applying for admission in Diploma Engg./ Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry/ Diploma Pharmacy as per his/ her category and also for HGST/ KM/ MAR/ SDB/ TFW/EWS quota seats will be able to fill choices for different Roll No’s i.e. General Roll No. & Special Category Roll No. through same login.  The candidates are required to fill choices as per the schedule mentioned in “Key Dates” at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in. C Admission to Management Quota Seats-25% of the Sanctioned Seats per Branch per Institute (including 15% Seats if any for Children/ Wards of NRI)  The private unaided institutions shall make admission against management quota seats (25% of the sanctioned seats including 15% seats for Children/ Wards of NRI’s) at their own level. The private institutions can also fill any unfilled/ vacant seats out of 75% seats at their own level. For making admission (against management quota seats and unfilled seats out of 75% seats) following procedure shall be followed in a fair and transparent manner:  The concerned institute to advertise widely for Institute Level Manual Counseling including TFW, EWS, HGST and KM categories at their own level after the completion of the centralized counseling.  Applications alongwith relevant documents (like category/ sub category certificate, PPP ID etc.) will be invited at the level of concerned institute.  PPP ID is mandatory for Haryana Resident candidates and further details like name, father’s name, mother name, DOB, category, income etc. should be verified from PPP ID of such candidates, no additional document is required for the same. The particulars in PPP ID should be as per the qualifying document of the candidate.  In case if the details mentioned in PPP ID are incorrect/ not updated and status is not verified then inform such candidates to update the PPP ID first before making the admission of these candidates during the Institute Level Manual Counseling.  The schedule of Institute Level Manual Counseling should also be displayed on the website of the institute for the information of aspiring candidates. 38  For admissions in Diploma Engg., Diploma Pharmacy & Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry Courses Institute Level Manual Counseling shall be conducted on the basis of fresh Interse-Merit/ Rank of qualifying examination prepared by the respective concerned institute and Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of qualifying examination declared by HSTES (for centralized online counselings) shall not be considered.  The private institutions shall make these admissions before final cut off date of admissions. Admission made after last cut off date shall be considered illegal and wrong and will not be updated on www.intrahstes.gov.in.  Internal Sliding of branch and change of course is not allowed during the admission process. If the institute want to change branch/ course of any candidate (only on the request of the candidate) then in that case the institute have to delete his/ her previous admission (after taking the consent of the candidate) uploaded on the portal and the candidate have to participate in the subsequent round of manual counseling if any at institute level to get admission in new branch/ new course before the cut-off date of admission of the concerned course.  In any case all kind of admissions shall be done before the final cut of date admission (as mentioned in Key Dates) and the fees fixed by the Admission & Fee Regulatory Committee shall be charged as per the laid down procedure. In any case higher fees shall not be charged by any institute.  The final list of admitted candidates (including the management quota admissions), should be uploaded online on intra portal of HSTES by the institute as per schedule mentioned in “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I, so that the same may be forwarded to the HSBTE for issuing the Roll Nos.  In case of any query regarding admissions/ uploading of admissions on intra portal contact HSTES immediately at Toll Free No. 1800-137-3735 and Email id onlineadmissionhelp@gmail.com before the cut-off date of Diploma admissions.  Admission Data Management Fees (Rs.200/- per admission) shall be charged one time by HSTES in respect of all admissions (Centralized Admissions and Institute Level Management Quota Admissions) in Self Financing Institutions including un-aided branches of Aided Institutions from the academic session 2016-17 onwards. The said Fees be charged from the admitted students by the concerned institute and be credited/ deposited in HSTES account. 39 Chapter-7 Reporting of the Candidate at Allotted Institutes (A) REPORTING OF THE CANDIDATES 1. After decleration of the seat allotement result of a particular counseling, the candidate shall print the provisional seat allotment letter from website www.techadmissionshry.gov.in. 2. After declaration of the result of first counseling, the candidate shall report in the allotted institute for admission against the allotted seat alongwith all requisite documents/certificates/testimonials, photograph and password, as per schedule mentioned in the provisional seat allotment letter. The candidate shall deposit one semester fee in the allotted institute. On verification of credentials and deposition of the admission fee the details of the candidate shall be uploaded on HSTES website by the institute. The candidate MUST get the Provisional Admission Slip from the allotted institute duly signed by the admission coordinator of the institute and the candidate himself. 3. The seat of selected candidate who do not report at allotted institute during reporting period of that particular counseling shall be cancelled. Such candidates may go for subsequent round of counseling, if any. (B) LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE BROUGHT AT THE TIME OF REPORTING IN THE INSTITUTE: The candidates, at the time of reporting at allotted institutes must bring the following Original Certificates/ Documents/Testimonials (if applicable) alongwith three sets of self attested photocopies of these and coloured photograph with them. Any candidate, who fails to produce any of the required Certificate / Document/ Testimonial at the time of reporting at the allotted institution, will forfeit his/ her claim to admission. i. Original and duly self attested photocopy of Qualifying Examination i.e. 10th or 10+2 as the case may be. In case, DMC of Qualifying Examination has not been issued by the concerned Board the result of the Qualifying Examination can be verified from the official website of the concerned Board. ii. Character Certificate: (a) Regular Candidates: The candidates who passed their qualifying examination from School/College as regular students are required to submit the Character Certificate as per Annexure-XV. (b) Private Candidates: Candidates, who have passed the qualifying examination as private candidates should submit their Character Certificate, duly signed by a First Class Magistrate. iii. PPP ID is mandatory for the candidates who belongs to Haryana State. The status in the PPP ID should be verified & details mentioned should be correct & updated as per the qualifying examination of the candidate. iv. PPP ID (correct, updated & verified status copy) is applicable for the candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from a Board/ Recognized school located out of the State of Haryana but their parental address is in the State of Haryana. And for the Candidates, who have passed their qualifying examination from a Board/Recognized School located in the State of Haryana will be deemed to be Haryana residents and will not be required to submit certificates of bonafide residents of Haryana. v. Certificate from the Employer in the case of Employees of Govt. of Haryana, members of All India Services borne on Haryana Cadre, Employees of Statutory Bodies/Corporations as per Annexure-VII, if applicable. vi. Certificate in respect of Physically Handicapped Candidates as perAnnexure-XI, if applicable. vii. Certificate required to be furnished by the Children and Grand-children of Freedom Fighters as per Annexure-XII, if applicable. viii. Certificate from wards of Deceased/ Disabled/ Discharged Military/ Para-Military Personnel/ ExServicemen or Ex-Personnel of Para-Military Forces – Annexure-V. 40 ix. Certificate from wards of ex-employee of Indian Defence Services/ Para-Military ForcesAnnexure-XVI. x. Certificate of Medical Fitness- Annexure-XIV. xi. Undertaking of Antiragging by the Student Annexure – XVIII. xii. Undertaking of Antiragging by the Parent/ Guardian Annexure – XIX. xiii. Income and Asset certificate for EWSs category as per Annexure-XX, if applicable. xiv. Parivar Pehchan Patra (PPP ID) alongwith the registred mobile for OTP verification (OTP will be asked by the admission making team of the institute during the physical reporting of the candidate only for uploading of admission on HSTES portal). xv. Coloured Photograph (JPG File Max. 30KB Size) xvi. In case of Kashmiri Migrants, supporting certificates and original certificate of migration duly signed by the competent authority or Relief Commissioner should be submitted. xvii. In case of HGST category in Diploma Engg., candidates shall produce a certificate in the support of their claim from the Principal/ Headmaster of the Govt. School of which the candidate is topper clearly stating the strength of class (attach the attested form available at Annexure –XIII. Note: i. The original certificates shall be returned back after verification by the institute. Under no circumstances the original certificates of the candidate be retained by the institute, ever. ii. The attested copies of certificates/ documents/ testimonials (if applicable) will be verified & signed by the Principal or his authorized representative & will be retained for registration purposes, if required. iii. Admission Data Management Fees (Rs. 200/- per admission) shall be charged one time by HSTES in respect of all admissions (Centralized Admissions and Institute Level Admissions) in Self Financing Institutions including un-aided branches of Aided Institutions from the academic session 2016-17 onwards. The said Fees be charged from the admitted students by the concerned institute and be credited/ deposited in HSTES account. (C) POST COUNSELING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTITUTES:  Verification of the credentials of the candidate will be done by the allotted institutes at the time of reporting for admission, by comparing with the original certificates against which candidate has been allotted seat. Any entry or information filled/ made by the candidate, if found to be false, shall entail automatic cancellation of his/ her admission. The candidate’s identity should be compared with the photo provided by him/ her available at HSTES website.  Physical Reporting of each selected candidate in presence of the candidate shall be done by allotted institute by simply selecting/ tick marking the checklist online for checking all the parameters of the check list. Physical reporting should be done as and when candidate reports at the institute as per the notified schedule of reporting and not on the last date of admission.  After successful admission of the candidate, allotted institute must provide system generated admission slip to candidates duly signed by the admission coordinator of the institute and the candidate himself/ herself.  Institute are required to update the vacancy position online on www.intrahstes.gov.in /strictly as per Key dates so that the subsequent counseling may be conducted as per schedule, failing which they will be responsible for consequences of non updation.  All admissions by institutes including institute level management quota admissions are to be updated online as and when they report/admit the candidates. No permission of any kind would be provided for admitting students, if not reported as per Key Dates/ schedule given in Appendix-I. The reported candidates for centralized as well as institute level admissions would only be forwarded online to HSBTE.  The institute shall submit the final list of admitted students’ alongwith documents/ certificates proving eligibility to HSBTE for registration purposes and same shall be verified/ checked by the institute with the list of admissions as updated by respective institute on 41 www.intrahstes.gov.in till final cut off date of all admissions.  Any admission made after the last cut off date of admission shall be treated as wrong and illegal and will not be permitted/ updated at www.intrahstes.gov.in. No excuse from institutes regarding non-updation of admissions would be entertained in any case.  All institutes shall ensure that admissions be made strictly as per the eligibility criteria/ laid down qualification and on the basis of merit of qualifying examination, whichever is applicable.  In case of violation of eligibility criteria/merit for the first time, the institute shall not be allowed to make admission in a particular branch in the next session in which violation has been committed. Further, if such violation is repeated, then disaffiliation of the institute will be recommended to the concerned University/Board apart from sending recommendation to AICTE for disapproval of the institute. Note:-Respective institutes shall check the admission status of all the candidates admitted at the institute in 2 nd or subsequent counseling and make the candidates aware through notification on first day of reporting itself whose admissions have been cancelled due to up-gradation, so that he/ she may check his/ her allotment status online on counseling website and report at newly allotted institute/ seat within reporting period of 2 nd or subsequent counseling. 42 Chapter-8 Various Financial Supports and Motivational Schemes Financial Supports and Motivational Schemes for Scheduled Castes/ Minority students are as follows: 1. Post Matric Scholarship of Govt. of India (GOI ) for SC Students (Details given in the following TableI) 2. SCSP Scheme (State Scheme). Reimbursement of Tuition Fee and Transport Facility to Schedule Castes students Studying in Technical instaurations in Haryana(Details given in the following Table-I). All scheduled caste students of Diploma/ UG. Level of Technical Course having Aadhar / UID number. However, Scheduled castes students residing in campus hostels shall not be eligible for this benefit. SC Scholarship Schemes at a Glance. Parameters of the Schemes PMS Scheme (G.O.I Scheme) (Post Metric Scholarship) SCSP Scheme (State Scheme) Reimbursement of Tuition Fee and Transport Facility to Schedule Castes students Studying in Technical institutions in Haryana. Applicability SC & BC Welfare Department (i) (w.e.f. 2007-08) Tuition Fee Reimbursement:- All Schedule castes students having Annual Parental income Between Rs. 2.5 lac to Rs. 3.5 lac and admitted through centralized consoling are eligible (ii) (w.e.f. 2017-18) Transport facility:- All Schedule Castes Students (Except Schedule Castes Students Residing in Campus Hostel ) pursuing study in AICTE Approved Courses i.e. Diploma/ UG/ PG Technical Courses are eligible. Ceiling of 40% of total filled seat in any course in a Institute. Eligibility: Regarding Annual Parental Income from all sources Upto Rs. 2.50 lacs w.e.f 2013-14 Other conditions of Eligibility i. AADHAR NUMBER/ UID NO. OF THE CANDIDATE IS REQUIRED FOR CLAIMING SCHOLARSHIP FOR THE PURPOSE OF VERIFICATION. WITHOUT UID NO. SCHOLARSHIP CLAIMS SHALL NOT BE ENTERTAINED. ii. 75% attendance in the semester and should appear in at least one theory paper. Reimbursement Tuition fee, Development fund & student fund as fixed by State Fee Committee including maintenance allowance & examination fee. Maintenance allowance: Types of Course Day Scholar Hostelle r BE/ B.Tech./ MBA /MCA (Gp-I) 550/- pm 1200/- pm M.Pharm./ B.Parm./ BHMCT (GP-II) 530/- pm 820/- pm Diploma (Gp-IV) 230/- pm 380/- pm i. Tuition Fee only (Actual Tuition fee or Rs.20000/- for Diploma & Rs. 40000/- for Degree course whichever is lower) ii. Actual amount of State Transport Facilities (Train pass/ Bus pass Intensive checking/ inspections shall be made by the respective Disbursing institute of the Department during the conduct of session. Only after verifying the records of the admitted SC Students, Minimum Attendance (75%), physical presence of the students in at least one theory paper of semester examination, the claim shall be settled & scholarship released accordingly. 43 Chapter-9 Information Regarding Fees and Refund of Fees FEES: In pursuance of the judgment dated August 14, 2003 of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in writ petition (Civil) No.350 of 1993 (Islamic Academy and Anr. Vs. State of Karnataka and Ors.), the State Government had constituted Admission & Fee Regulatory Committee to fix fees structure of private unaided minority/non minority institutions for various types of technical courses.The Supreme Court guidelines stipulate that fees structure should be such that it is viable for the Colleges to function as per norms laid down by AICTE, but there should be no profiteering. The fees structure of various technical institutions is available at Appendix-V and on the website www.techeduhry.gov.in. Candidates are advised to see the changes, if any, in the fees structure of institutes on the website www.techeduhry.gov.in before filling the choices of branch and institute during online counseling as there are pending requests with Admission & Fee Regulatory Committee for some institutes for fees revision. As per the academic calendar issued by AICTE for AY 2024-25:  In the event of a student withdrawing before the start of the Course, the entire Fee collected from the student, after a deduction of the processing Fee of not more than @ 1000/- (Rupees One Thousand only) shall be refunded by the Institution. It would not be permissible for Institutions to retain the School/ Institution Leaving Certificates in original.  In case, if a student leaves after joining the Course and if the vacated seat is consequently filled by another student by the last date of admission, the Institution must refund the Fee collected after a deduction of the processing Fee of not more than ₹1000/- (Rupees One Thousand only) and proportionate deductions of monthly Fee and hostel rent, where applicable.  The last date for withdrawal of admissions for the purpose of refund of Fee shall be 11 September 2023 (Subject to change by AICTE).  In case the vacated seat is not filled, the Institution should refund the Security Deposit and return the original documents.  The Institution should not demand Fee for the subsequent years from the students cancelling their admission at any point of time. Fee refund along with the return of Certificates should be completed within 7 days.  Institutions not following guidelines issued by the Council regarding refund of Fee for cancellation of admission or delaying refunds shall be liable to any one or more of the following punitive actions by the Council. NOTE: Any changes in the Schedule for any of the academic related activities as notified by the Council from time to time are binding on all the AICTE Approved Universities/Institutions. Aggrieved parents/students are advised to contact/communicate in this regard to: The Regional Officer, AICTE-North Western Regional Office, Plot No. 1, 5th Floor, DTE Punjab Building, Dakshin Marg, Sector 36-A, Chandigarh-160036 (Phone: 0172-2613326, 0172-2661201, E-Mail ID: nwro@aicte-india.org) under intimation to Joint Director, Haryana State Technical Education Society, Panchkula, Haryana, Technical Education Department, Bays No. 7-12, Sector-4, Panchkula. 44 Chapter-10 Post Admission Instructions & Rules RAGGING: 1. Ragging in educational institutions is banned and any one indulging in ragging is likely to be punished appropriately, which may include expulsion from the institution, suspension from the institution or classes for a limited period or fine with a public apology. The punishment may also take the shape of (i) withholding scholarships or other benefits, (ii) debarring from representation in events, (iii) withholding results, (iv) suspension or expulsion from hostel or mess, and the like. If the individuals committing or abetting ragging are not/cannot be identified, collective punishment can be awarded to act as a deterrent. 2. The following will be termed as the act of ragging: any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act, which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness any other student(s), indulging in rowdy or indisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in fresher or junior student(s) or asking the student(s) to do any act or perform something, which such student(s) will not do in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student. Candidate are required to submit the following two affidavit to ensure that they shall not be indulge in ragging (above type of activities)  Affidavit by the Student (available at Annexure – XVIII)  Affidavit by Parents/Guardian (available at Annexure – XIX) INSTRUCTIONS & RULES: 1. a) For each student to enjoy the full benefits of the facilities placed at his/ her disposal, he/ she must abide by the rules and regulations of the institution. These are solely designed to safeguard the welfare and privileges of students and those of the fellow students and are liable to change without notice from time to time. The students are advised to keep themselves informed about the day-to-day instructions given to them. A plea of ignorance of any rule cannot be accepted as an excuse for breaking it. b) Any student of first semester absenting from class on the very first day without notice or without adequate reasons is liable to be removed from the rolls of the Institute by the Principal. 2. Students are expected to behave with decorum and to pay due respects to their faculty and other staff members. Every member of staff has the authority to forbid disorderly behavior either within or outside the Institution and must be immediately obeyed by students in such circumstances. Students failing to observe this clause, are liable to be punished with levy of fines and even expulsion from the Institution. 3. Talking loudly, loitering or congregating in the institute premises or any other mode being a source of disturbance and annoyance to others is not permitted. 4. Smoking, consuming of alcohol, Tobacco is not allowed either in the Institution, Examination Hall, or in the hostel premises. Any student found committing breach of this rule shall be expelled from the Institution summarily. 5. Late arrival or early departures from a class are recorded as absence from the class for the period concerned. 6. It is misdemeanor, to interfere with any apparatus or enter any department other than directed, is not allowed. 7. No student has any authority over the employees of the Institution. 45 8. Survey instruments, tools and other apparatus/equipment of laboratories and workshops must be left in good order after use. Damage caused due to mishandling shall be charged as fine. 9. All students must attend any industrial visit arranged for them unless previously exempted by the Principal and notes on the visit shall be submitted within a fortnight after visits. 10. Students themselves only are responsible for their own belongings/property whilst in the Institution and Hostel premises. No responsibility shall be accepted for any loss or damage to student’s property 11. Student shall observe all safety precautions. The Polytechnic is not responsible for accidents for whatever nature in the Polytechnic or Hostel or Workshop or Laboratories or during the tours organized for the students. 12. The studies at the Institute require attention and diligence on the part of students. A student neglecting his studies and showing unsatisfactory progress, will be given two warnings after which if he/ she fails to improve, he/ she will be liable for expulsion from the Institution. 13. The Conduct inconsistent with general ethics or persistent neglect of work or failure to respond promptly to official notices shall be punished with levy of fines and even expulsion from the Institution. 14. Students are advised to deposit all cash with the Local Post Office /Bank and draw the requirements from time to time. The institution is not responsible for any loss by theft or otherwise. 15. No Institute society shall be formed without the permission of the Principal. 16. The decisions of the Principal shall be final in all matters concerning the Institute’s administration and regulation, 17. The Rules and Regulations/ Instructions framed by the State Board of Technical Education, Haryana shall have superseding effect over the provisions and representations made in this prospectus. A copy of such Rules and Regulations will be maintained in the institute’s library and should be referred to each student. Any amendments or modifications in the rules will be kept in the library office of the Principal of the Institution for the reference of the students for making themselves upto date in respect of such amendments. 18. Legal disputes, if any, to the level of session court are subject to the Jurisdiction of the place of admission. 19. For Attendance and Leave Rules refer Appendix –VII. 20. Other Informations: Uniform: The students of the Polytechnics are required to strictly abide by the rules pertaining to uniform as prescribed by the respective institute. Every student shall equip himself/herself with the necessary sets of uniform. Non-compliance may lead to imposition of fines. Hostel: Normally, every student is required to stay in the hostel. However, if any student desires to stay outside the hostel, he/ she will have to obtain prior approval of the Principal of the Institute acting on request by parents and the Principal may allow such exemption only after satisfying himself/herself. The resident students will be required to pay prescribed fees. The resident students shall have to strictly abide by the rules and regulations of the hostel. They are under the disciplinary control of the Hostel Superintendent and warden and shall obey all the orders issued from time to time. Any breach of the Hostel rules & regulations by any student is liable for serve punishment amounting to expulsion from the hostel and even from the Institution. Library and Reading Room: Each Institute maintains a good collection of books of technical, professional and general interest. The students are allowed to use of these books freely under the following regulations:- 1. Books must be returned or got renewed within 15 days, but the Librarian may summon the return to any book earlier and when urgently required. 2. A fine of Rs.1/- per day will be imposed for every book returned late with a maximum limit of cost of the book whichever is less with a penalty of Rs.10/- for each book. 46 3. Students will be required to pay the cost of books, if lost by them and in addition a fine of Rs.10/- per book. 4. Marking on books, defacing or tearing of paper is not permitted and the defaulters will ordinarily be required to pay the price of the book. 5. Technical journals are only provided in the Reading Room for the students. Book Bank: Every polytechnic maintains a Book Bank having sufficient number of Text books for the poor and needy students. Books are issued to the deserving students for full semester/year. Institute’s Magazine: Every Institution publishes an annual journal which contains articles of technical as well as general character together with the news and notes of that Institution. Students Extra Curricular Activities : The Institution provides facilities for different kinds of extracurricular activities of the students like Sports, Games, Engineering Societies, Social Services Squad, Volunteer Squad, Hobby Club, Music and Dramatic Club etc. Every student can take part in one or more of the activities provided. The Institutions are equipped with modern teaching aids. The instructional work is supplemented with film shows mostly of technical character for the benefit of the students. Medals and Prizes: Every year a number of medals and prizes for proficiency in various subjects and extracurricular activities are awarded to the students on the basis of each semester/ year activities of each discipline by the Institution. Conclusion: With admission into the institute, there begins a period of great responsibilities, He/ she should recognize that the success of his/ her carrier depends largely upon his/ her own purpose, industry and determination to make the best use of the opportunities offered. The Institute offers instructions and allows the use of equipment. Teachers and others are ready to help with encouragement and advice and it will be upto the student to derive greatest advantage from facilities offered to him/ her. He/ she should be prepared to do hard work and bear hard life. 47 Appendix-I Admission Schedule for admission in Diploma Engg., Diploma Pharmacy and Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry for the Session 2024-25 (For all seats of Govt./ Govt. Aided Polytechnics and 75% seats of Private Institutes) Course Name Start of Registration Start of Verification Diploma Engg. 25.04.2024 26.04.2024 Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry 24.04.2024 25.04.2024 Diploma Pharmacy 01.05.2024 02.05.2024 48 Appendix-II List of Designated Centers for online Verification of Online Filled Application Forms Designated Center: For online Verification & Confirmation of Online Filled Application Forms (for Diploma Engg., Diploma Pharmacy and Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry), following Govt./ Govt. Aided Polytechnics have been authorized as Designated Centers: For Diploma Engg. (including HGST, KM, MAR, SDB, TFW & EWSs Categories), Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry (including TFW and EWSs Categories) and Diploma Pharmacy (including MAR, TFW and EWSs Categories): 1. The candidate shall select a Designated Center (Govt. or Govt. Aided Polytechnic in the State) while filling Online Application Form for online Verification & Confirmation of his/ her Online Filled Application Form. 2. The institute shall online verifiy the online application form and uploaded documents (if applicable) before the last date for Verification & Confirmation of Online Application Form. A candidate must carry the following certificates at the time of admission in the polytechnic: I. Mark Sheet of Qualifying Examination II. Proof of Date of Birth if the same is not mentioned Mark Sheet of Qualifying Examination III. Proof of sub category (if any) IV. Relevant Certificate in case of HGST, KM, MAR, SDB S. No. Designated Centers S. No. Designated Centers 1. BKN Govt. Polytechnic, Narnaul, Mahendergarh 22. Guru Brahma Nand Ji Govt. Polytechnic, Nilokheri, Karnal 2. Ch. Bansi Lal Govt. Polytechnic, Bhiwani 23. Kalpana Chawla Govt. Polytechnic for Women, Ambala City 3. Ch. Devi Lal Govt. Polytechnic, Nathu Sari Chopta, Sirsa 24. Rajiv Gandhi Govt. Polytechnic, Narwana, Jind 4. Ch. Matu Ram Arya Govt. Polytechnic, Sanghi, Rohtak 25. Rani Jhansi Laxmi Bai Govt. Polytechnic, Loharu, Bhiwani 5. Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram Govt. Polytechnic, Sampla, District Rohtak 26. BPS Mahila Polytechnic, Kanya Gurukul, Khanpur, Sonipat 6. Govt. Polytechnic for Women, Faridabad 27. Chhotu Ram Polytechnic, Rohtak 7. Govt. Polytechnic, Morni, Panchkula 28. Seth Jai Parkash Polytechnic, Damla, Yamunanagar 8. Govt. Polytechnic for Women, Sirsa 29. Vaish Technical Institute, Rohtak 9. Govt. Polytechnic, Ambala City 30. Maharishi Kashyap Govt. Polytechnic, Jattal (Panipat). 10. Govt. Polytechnic, Chika, Kaithal 31. Govt. Polytechnic, Mandkola (Palwal). 11. Guru Daksh Govt. Polytechnic, Hisar 32. Govt. Polytechnic Malab (Nuh). 12. Govt. Polytechnic, Jhajjar 33. Govt. Polytechnic Chappar (Charkhi Dadri). 13. Govt. Polytechnic, Lisana, Rewari 34. Govt. Polytechnic Dhangar, Fatehabad 14. Govt. Polytechnic, Mandi Adampur, Hisar 35. Govt. Polytechnic, Nanakpur. 15. Govt. Polytechnic, Manesar, Gurgaon 36. Govt. Polytechnic, Indri (Nuh). 16. Govt. Polytechnic, Meham, District Rohtak 37. Govt. Polytechnic, Shergarh (Kaithal). 17. Govt. Polytechnic, Sirsa 38. Govt. Polytechnic, Jamalpur Shaikhon. 18. Govt. Polytechnic, Sonipat 39. Raja Jait Singh Govt. Polytechnic, Neemka, District Faridabad 19. Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar, Mewat 40. Govt. Polytechnic Sector – 26, Panchkula 20. Govt. Polytechnic, Rajpur Sadhaura District Yamunanagar 41. Govt. Polytechnic, Hathnikund District Yamunanagar 21. Govt. Polytechnic, Dhamlawas District Rewari 42. Govt. Polytechnic, Umri District Kurukshetra 49 V. Income and Asset Certificate for EWSs Category (Annexure-XX) VI. Proof of deposit of Registration Fees 3. The Verification Team of two members (with at least one Group A or B officer) at the concerned Designated Center shall online check the relevant documents and accordingly shall verify the marks of qualifying examination/ other particulars of the candidate in Online Filled Application Form. 4. The information fetched from PPP ID database will remain non editable for the designated centers except the cases where updated copy of PPP ID is submitted by the candidate at the selected designated center. 5. The verifying team should check the particulars of the candidates mentioned in qualifying examination with the information fetched from the PPP ID. If the particulars are found wrong then contact such candidates to correct/ update their PPP ID first and to submit the same at the selected Designated Center before the closing of the verification process to avoid the cancelation of seats during the reporting period. 6. After successful online Verification & Confirmation of Online Filled Application Form, the Designated Center shall provide system generated online Verification Report to the candidate. A copy of the same attached with proof of marks of Qualifying Examination, PPP ID and Special Category (if any) will also be retained by the Designated Center in soft or hard copy. 7. The Inter-se-Merit/ Rank of Qualifying Examination of only the verified and confirmed Application Forms shall be declared by HSTES at www.techadmissionshry.gov.in & www.hstes.org.in as per Key Dates. The candidate shall participate in Online Counseling (Filling and Locking of Choices) according to the Key Dates. A candidate facing problem in online Verification & Confirmation by the Designated Center should contact HSTES at 1800-137-3735 (Toll Free) & E-mail:- onlineadmissionhelp@gmail.com 50 APPENDIX-III LIST OF GOVERNMENT POLYTECHNIC, GOVERNMENT AIDED AND SELF FINANCING INSTITUTIONS OFFERING DIPLOMA COURSES APPROVED BY AICTE & AFFILIATED WITH HSBTE FOR THE SESSION 2024-25: List of Government Institute setup by Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Government of India: List of Government Aided Polytechnics: List of Self-Financing/Private Polytechnics Important:  The candidates are advised to check the approval of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) for a particular course of any institute from the website of respective institute or from the website of AICTE.  Institutions are advised to check Sanctioned Intake of their institutes and contact HSBTE in case of any discrepancy. 51 APPENDIX-IV Institute wise Fees Structure Fee Structure of Diploma Courses 2024-25 S. No. All Govt.Polytechnics / Govt. Aided Courses in Aided Polytechnics Tuition Fee Dev. Total Fee Charges All Govt.Polytechnics (39 Nos.) 3000* 1500 4500 Seth Jai Parkash Poly Damla. Yamuna Nagar 3000* 1500 4500 Vaish Technical Institute, Rohtak 3000* 1500 4500 Chhotu Ram Polytechnic, Rohtak 3000* 1500 4500 BPS Mahila Polytechnic, Khanpur 3000* 1500 4500 * No Tuition fee for girl students Student Fund Caution Money 1200 1500 S.No Institute Name ( Self Financing) Fee Fixed by SFC Tuition Fee Dev Fund Total 1 Aakash Institute of Technology, Gehra Road, Kanina, Distt. Mohindergarh-123027 (Haryana) (YOE-2011) 18700 4400 23100 2 Aastha Polytechnic, Village Bhagwanpur, Thana ChapparAdhoya Road, Distt. Yamuna Nagar. 17000 4000 21000 3 Adarsh Polytechnic, Brahmanwas, Julana, Jind 16000 4000 20000 4 Advanced Institute of Pharmacy, 70KM, Delhi-Mathura Road, NH-2, Aurangabad, Palwal-121105 20570 3085 23655 5 AERP Institute of Technology & Management, Village Sondh, Tehsil Hodal, Nuh Road, Distt. Palwal-121106 (YOE-2011). 18700 4400 23100 6 Ambition Institute of Polytechnic, VPO Moriwala, Distt. Sirsa. 20000 5000 25000 7 Apex Institute of Polytechnic, Satish Colony, Fatehabad, Haryana 18700 4400 23100 8 Apex Poly. & Engg. Coll. Biohaikera Teh. Tohana, Fatheabad 17500 5000 22500 9 Aryans Institute of Technology, Sadhaura (Rajpur), Distt. Yamuna Nagar. 17000 3000 20000 10 Ashtvinayak Institute of Technology, Village Kharkali, Ladwa, Tehsil, Thanesar, Distt. Kurukshetra. 17500 5000 22500 11 Atam Institute of Pharmacy, Garhi, Hansi, Hisar-125033 20570 3085 23655 12 Balaji College of Phamacy, Adarsh Nagar, Ballabhgarh, Faridabad 23000 3400 26400 13 B.P.S. Mahila Polytechnic, Kanya Gurukul, Khanpur-Kalan, Distt. Sonepat.(For unaided courses: Computer Engg.,Inf. Tech., MLT, Fashion Tech., Architectural Asstt.) 15000 5000 20000 14 B.R. College of Pharmacy, Village Bagur, P.O. Mohan, Tehsil Bagur, Distt. Palwal (YOE-2014-15) 18700 2805 21505 15 Baba Mast Nath polytechnic, Asthal Bohar, Rohtak (Haryana). 18700 4400 23100 16 Balaji College of Engineering, Loharu Road, Bhiwani 20000 5000 25000 52 17 BCM Polytechnic, Village Raiya Jhajjar, Haryana 23000 3450 26450 18 Bhagwan Mahaveer Institute of Medical Science, Jagdispur, Near OP Jindal University, Sonepat-131029 57100 8600 65700 19 Bhagwan Mahaveer Instt. of Poly., Sonepat-131030 (YOE2008) 20000 5000 25000 20 Bhagwan Parshuram Polytechnic, G.T. Road Masana*, Kurukshetra 16000 4000 20000 21 Bharat Institute of Pharmacy, Babain, kurukshetra 19765 2965 22730 22 Bharat Institute of Polytechnic, Gohana Highway, Near Mohana Police Station, Sonepat. 47800 7200 55000 23 Bharat Institute of Technology & Management at KurukshetraJhansa Road, Dhurala, Distt. Kurukshetra. 22500 5000 27500 24 Bharat Institute of Technology, Village Ugla, Shahabad-Barara Road, Distt. Ambala. 17000 4000 21000 25 Bharat Polytechnic, VPO Pehladpur, Distt. Kurukshetra (Haryana). 18700 4400 23100 26 Bhartiya Polytechnic, Mahindergarh. 20000 5000 25000 27 BITS College of Polytechnic, Bhiwani 16000 4000 20000 28 BITS Polytechnic Paluwas Bhiwani. 16000 4000 20000 29 BS Anangpuria Institute of Pharmacy, Alampur, Faridabad 43500 6500 50000 30 Cambridge College of Pharmacy, VPO Birar, Distt. Jhajjar 20570 3085 23655 31 CBS College of Pharmacy & Technology, Village Chandpur, Distt. Faridabad 50200 7500 57700 32 CDRZ Polytechnic, Beri Distt. Jhajjar 17000 3000 20000 33 Ch. Sis Ram Polytechnic, 15th KM Mile Stone, Jind-Rohtak Road, Village Kinana, Jind (Haryana). 18700 4400 23100 34 Chhotu Ram Polytechnic, Rohtak(for unaided courses: Information Technology) 22500 5000 27500 35 D.P.G. Polytechnic, Near Hero Honda Chowk, Behind Marble Market, Sector-34, Gurgaon-122002 (YOE-2007) 22500 5000 27500 36 Delhi Global Institute of Technology, Village & Post Barhana, Tehsil Beri, Distt. Jhajjar-124107 (YOE-2014-15) 18700 2805 21505 37 DCS Polytechnic, Mehmoodpur Road, Gohana, Sonepat. 18700 2805 21505 38 Deeksha Institute of Technology, Village Kirdhan, Distt. Fatehabad. 18700 4400 23100 39 Deen Dayal Rustagi College of Pharmacy, VPO Khandewla, Tehsil Farrukhnagar, Distt. Gurgaon-122504 (YOE 2014-15) 50000 7500 57500 40 Dehat Vikas College of Pharmacy, Tigaon, Faridabad 55600 8300 63900 41 Delhi Engineering College, Village Ladhiyapur, PO- Fatehpur Taga Ballabhgarh- Sohna Road(via Sarmathla) Distt.- Faridabad (evening shift) 18700 4400 23100 42 Delhi Institute of Technology & Management ,Baraut, Ganaur, Sonepat 131101 (YOE 2014-15) 18700 2805 21505 53 43 Faridabad College of Engineering and Management & Research, Village Firozpur Kalan, Sohna Road, Faridabad 121001 (YOE 2011-12) 18700 4400 23100 44 Dev Polytechnic College, Village Dheen Tehsil. Barara Distt. Ambala 133202 (YOE-2008) 17500 5000 22500 45 Dev Polytechnic College, Village Khatkar, Uchana Distt. Jind 126115 (YOE-2010) 17000 4000 21000 46 Dharam Institute of Polytechnics & Research, Village Panjeto, Tehsil. Chharachhrauli, Distt. Yamuna Nagar. 20000 5000 25000 47 DMS Polytechnic & Engineering College, Village Hatho, Narwana (Jind) 18000 5000 23000 48 Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar Institute of Technology Village Fatehpur, Distt. Kaithal 136027 (YOE-2008) 22500 5000 27500 49 DVM College of Pharmacy, Daulha Road, Baluda, Sohna, Gurgaon-122103 43200 6500 49700 50 E-max Polytechnic College, Village Gola, P.O. Bhadauli, Distt. Ambala. 20000 5000 25000 51 Galaxy Institute of Technology & Management, Village Bhaini Kalan, Distt. Karnal 18700 2805 21505 52 Gandhi College of Pharmacy, Karnal 45000 6700 51700 53 Ganga Instiute of Technology & Management, VPO 20 Km Miles Stone, Bahadurgarh Road, Vill. Kablana, Distt. Jhajjar (evening shift) 124104 (YOE-2011) 28700 4300 33000 54 Ganpati Institute of Hotel Management, Village Marwa Kalan, Distt. Yamuna Nagar. 18700 2805 21505 55 Ganpati Polytechnic For Engineering, Bilaspur, Yamuna Nagar 17500 5000 22500 56 Gateway Institute of Engineering & Technology, Village Garh Shahjanpur & Fazilpur, Sector-11, Distt. Sonepat (evening shift) 135102 (YOE 2007-08) 18700 4400 23100 57 GAV Polytechnic College,1 KM Stone, NH- 71 B, Village Patauda, Distt. Jhajjar- 124108 18700 2805 21505 58 Geeta Engineering College, Naultha, Gohana Road, NH-71 A, Distt. Panipat- 132145 (evening shift) 132145 (YOE 2012-13) 32562 4883 37445 59 Global Research Institute of Management & Technology, Nachraun, Radaur, Distt. Yamuna Nagar (Diploma) (YOE 2014-15) 30000 4500 34500 60 Global Research institute of Pharmacy, Nachraon, Radaur, YamunaNagar-135133 (D.Pharmacy) (YOE 2014-15) 31900 4800 36700 61 Green Wood Polytechnic Village Ranwar, Distt. Karnal 17500 5000 22500 62 Guru Dronacharya Polytechnic, Village Bhuna, Fatehabad. 17500 5000 22500 54 63 Guru Nanak Polytechnic College,Damkora Road, Tohana, Distt. Fatehabad. 17500 5000 22500 64 Gurukulam Institute of Technical Education, Khora-Bhura, Distt. Ambala 22500 5000 27500 65 GVN Polytechnic College, Deeghot, Distt.- Palwal 121105 (YOE 2012-13) 18700 4400 23100 66 Gurugram Global College of Phamacy, 5 KM Milestone, Khedakhurampur, Farrukhnagar, Hally Mandi Road, Gurugram. 51300 7700 59000 67 Gyan Ganga Polytechnic, Village Heenga-kheri, Jhansa Road, Krurukshetra 136130 (YOE 2008) 36200 5400 41600 68 Haryana Polytechnic Institute, Village Lohar Majra, Tehsil, Pehowa, P.O. Kamoda, Pehowa Road, Kurukshetra. 18000 5000 23000 69 Hindu College of Pharmacy, Sonipat 43000 6450 49450 70 Hindu Institute of Technology, Industrial Area, Sonepat 131001 (YOE 1994-95) 23480 3520 27000 71 Hindustan Institute of Technology & Management, 20 KM Milestone, N.H. 73, Jagadhri, Ambala Road, VPO Dheen, Distt. Ambala 133202 (YOE 2014-15) 18700 2805 21505 72 HSM Polytechnic, Village Pathri, Tehsil Israna, Distt. Panipat 18000 4000 22000 73 ICL Institute of Technical Education, Sountli, Shahzadpur, Tehsil Naraingarh, Distt. Ambala, Haryana. 134209 (YOE2010) 29580 4420 34000 74 Inderprashta Polytechnic College, Ahmedpur, Pundri (Kaihtal),Haryana. 20000 5000 25000 75 Indology Institute of Engineering & Technical, Village Seenk, Issana, Panipat 17500 5000 22500 76 Innovative Institute of Technology & Management, 6th Milestone, NH- 1, Gannaur, Distt. Sonepat 18700 2805 21505 77 Institute of Vertex Technologies, SK Road, Radaur, Distt. Yamunanagar 24000 6000 30000 78 International Institute of Technology & Management 49 KM, Stone, NH-1, Murthal Distt.- Sonepat (evening shift) 131302 (YOE 1977-78) 18700 4400 23100 79 International Institute of Technology and Business, Village Jhundpur, P.O. Sonepat, District Sonipat. 18700 2805 21505 80 Jai Polytechnic, Shahbad- Barara Highway Adhoi, Distt. Ambala-133205 22500 5000 27500 81 Jan Nayak Ch. Devi Lal Diploma College of Pharmacy, Barnala Road, Sirsa 15000 5000 20000 82 Jan Nayak Ch. Devi Lal Memorial College of Pharmacy, Post Box No. 81, Barnala Road Sirsa -125055 56000 8400 64400 83 Jan nayak Ch. Devi Lal Polytechnic College, Barnala Road, Sirsa. 22500 5000 27500 84 Janta College of Pharmacy, Butana, Sonepat. 43800 6600 50400 85 Janta Polytechnic, Butana, Sonepat 17500 5000 22500 86 Janta Polytechnic, VPO Mustafabad, Tehsil Jagadhri, Distt. Yamuna Nagar (Haryana). (YOE 2011) 18700 4400 23100 55 87 Jat College of Polytehnic, Kaithal. 19000 5000 24000 88 Jhankar College of Pharmacy, Village Babra Bakipur, PO Jamalpur, Distt. Gurgaon. 31730 4760 36490 89 Jind Polytechnic College, Jind Haryana 126102 (YOE 2007) 22500 5000 27500 90 JKP Polytechnic, Rattangarh, Distt. Sonipat. 22500 5000 27500 91 J.R. Kissan College of Pharmacy & Health Science, Old Sunderpur Road/Gas Godown, Near Jind Byepass Chowk, Rohtak 23000 3400 26400 92 K.R.N. Institute of Technology, Village Khairi, Distt. Kurukshetra 17500 5000 22500 93 Kalpana Chawla Institute of Engineering & Technology, Village, Chikanwas, Hisar 22500 5000 27500 94 Kalpi Institute of Technology, Near Ambala Jagadhri Road, NH- 73, Near Kalpi Air Force Station, Kalpi, Distt. Ambala (evening shift) 18700 4400 23100 95 Karan Institute of Technical Education, Village Gharadshi, Dhand Road, Kurukshetra. 22500 5000 27500 96 Karnal Institute of Polytechnic, Village Kunjpura, Distt. Karnal, Haryana. 17000 4000 21000 97 Krishna Polytechnic College, Bhil Chhapper, Yamuna Nagar 17500 5000 22500 98 Krishna Polytechnic, VPO Jhal, Tehsil Kosli, Distt. Rewari, Haryana. 123302 (YOE-2010) 30000 4500 34500 99 Kurukshetra Polytechnic & Research Centre, Village Murtzapur, Tehsil Pehowa, Kurukshetra. 18700 4400 23100 100 L.R. Institute of Technology & Management, Village Deeghot, Tehsil Hodal, Distt. Faridabad 121102 (YOE 2008) 20000 5000 25000 101 Lala Birkha Ram College of Pharmacy, Village Golpura, Tehsil Barwala, Distt. Panchkula (Diploma in Pharmacy) 134118 (YOE-2015-16) 18700 2805 21505 102 Lord Krishna Polytechnic Institute, VPO Karotha, Distt. Rohtak. 17000 4000 21000 103 Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy, Near Civil Hospital, Sirsa (DMLT) (YOE-1983-84) 125055 23000 3400 26400 104 Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy, Near Civil Hospital, Sirsa (D.Pharma) (YOE-1983-84) 125055 37500 5600 43100 105 Mata Sahibkaur College of Pharmacy, VPO Achhej, Tehsil Beri, Distt. Jhajjar 20570 3085 23655 106 M.D. College of Polytechnic, Chhajpur, Bapoli, Sanoli Road, Panipat. (YOE 2010) 132104 17000 4000 21000 107 M.D.N. School of Pharmacy, Narwana Road, Kalayat, Katihal (Haryana). 18700 4400 23100 108 M.R. Polytechnic, Village Mitterpura, Post Dublana, Distt. Mohindergarh (Haryana). 18700 4400 23100 109 M.S. Institute of Technology, Mirchpur, Hisar (Haryana). 18700 4400 23100 110 Maa Saraswati Polytechnic College, Bhawdin, Distt. Sirsa. 22500 5000 27500 111 Maa Sharda Institution for Polytechnic, Adj, Sector 18, HUDA, Jagadhri (Yamuna Nagar) 20000 5000 25000 56 112 Mahabir Engineering College, Bullana, Hissar Road, Ambala City (Haryana). 18700 2805 21505 113 Mahabir Polytechnic College, Opposite New Bus Stand, Kurukshetra, Haryana. 20000 5000 25000 114 Maharana Pratap Institute of Technology & Management, Dhanoda, District Mohindergarh. (YOE-2010) 123027 17000 4000 21000 115 Maharishi Dayanand Polytechnic Institute, Nimriwali (Bhiwani). 17500 5000 22500 116 Maharishi Dayanand Polytechnic, Village Khatiwas, Tehsil & Distt. Jhajjar, Haryana. 17000 4000 21000 117 Mahaveer Swami Institute of Polytechnic, Village Jagdishpur, Near O.P. Jindal University,Distt.-Sonepat-131001 18700 4400 23100 118 Mangalmay Institute of Engineering & Technology, 7th Milestone, Indri Road, Karnal, Haryana. 20000 5000 25000 119 Manohar Memorial Polytechnic, Fatehabad 20000 5000 25000 120 METIS Institute of Polytechnic V.P.O. Anta, Tehsil Safidon, Distt. Jind 20000 5000 25000 121 Mewat Gurukul, Khasra/Khata No. 150/166, Village Hirmathla, P.O. Chapera, Tehsil Nuh. Hirmathla, Haryana- 122103 18700 4400 23100 122 MKM College of Polytechnic for Girls, Near Bus Stand, Hodal, Palwal, Haryana. (YOE-2011) 121106 18700 4400 23100 123 MLA College of Technology, Vill. Jatauli, Patudi, Gurgaon123504 (Diploma in Pharmacy) 20570 3085 23655 124 Modern Institute of Technology, VPO Lakhan Majra, Tehsil Meham, Distt. Rohtak. 20000 5000 25000 125 Modish Institute of Polytechnic, Hodal Punhana Road, Village Gheera, Punhana, Distt. Mewat. (YOE-2010) 122508 17000 4000 21000 126 Mukhi Polytechnic, Gohana, Distt. Sonepat 22500 5000 27500 127 NCP College of Polytechnic, Near Police Line, Jagadhri, Yamuna Nagar -135003 24000 6000 30000 128 Nav Nirman Sewa Samiti’s Samalkha Group of Institutions, Village Hathwala, Samalkha, Panipat (YOE 2014-15) 132115 18700 2805 21505 129 NCR Polytechnic, Village Kulassi, Tehsil Bahadurgarh, Distt. Jhajjar. 20000 5000 25000 130 Nihal Singh College of Pharmacy, Sisar Khas, Tehsil Mehal, Distt. Rohtak. 20570 3085 23655 131 Om Institute of Polytechnic, VPO Juglan, 12 KM Stone, Chandigarh Road, Hisar (YOE 2011) 125001 18700 4400 23100 132 P.R.B.S. College of Polytechnic, Khatod, Mohindergarh. 17500 5000 22500 133 Paliwal Institute of Engineering & Technology, Vill. & Post Alupur, Panipat, Haryana 20000 5000 25000 57 134 Panipat Institute of Engineering & Technology, 70 km, GT Road, NH-I, Village Pattikalyana, Samalkha, Distt. Panipat (evening shift) (Diploma) (YOE 2012-13) 132102 20570 3085 23655 135 PDM Institute of Engineering & Technology, Karsindhu, Tehsil Safidon, Distt. Jind (YOE 2005-06) 126112 24000 6000 30000 136 PDM Polytechnic, Sarai Aurangabad, Bahadurgarh, Distt. Jhajjar 24000 6000 30000 137 P.M. Polytechnic, Kami Road, Sonepat (Haryana). 22500 5000 27500 138 PM College of Pharmacy, Kami Road, Sonipat. 20570 3085 23655 139 Polytechnic Education & Training Institute, 9th Milestone, Kaithal Road, Kurukshetra. (YOE 2008) 136119 24000 6000 30000 140 Prabhu Dayal Polytechnic, 10th Milestone, Kaithal Road, Kurukshetra-132119 24000 6000 30000 141 Pt. L.R. College of Technology (Technical Campus), Kaboolpur Banger, Sohna-Samaypur Road, Near Sector-56, Ballabgarh, Faridabad. (Diploma Polytechnic) (YOE 2011-12) 121001 30000 4500 34500 142 R.N. College of Polytechnic, Village Mohinidipur, Thirana, Assandh Road, Madlauda, Panipat 18700 2805 21505 143 R.P. Educational Trust Group of Institutions, Village Bastara, Karnal (Civil Engineering) (YOE 2014-15) 132001 30000 4500 34500 R.P. Educational Trust Group of Institutions, Village Bastara, Karnal (D.Pharmacy) (YOE 2014-15) 132001 35000 5250 40250 144 R.P. Institute of Pharmacy, Village Bastara, Karnal (D.Pharmacy) (YOE 2014-15) 132001 35000 5250 40250 R.P. Institute of Pharmacy, Village Bastara, Karnal Diploma Engg. (DMLT) (YOE 2014-15) 132001 30000 4500 34500 145 Raja Jait Singh Government Polytechnic, Tigaon Road, Neemka, Faridabad 23000 3400 26400 146 Rajdhani Polytechnic College, Village Shaikpur Manchuri, Karnal Assand Road, Distt. Karnal. 17000 4000 21000 147 Rajendra Polytechnic, C/o RITS, 4th Milestone, Hisar Road, Sirsa. 17500 5000 22500 148 Rama and Krishna College of Pharmacy, Maksuspur, Narnaul, Distt. Mahendergarh. 23000 3400 26400 149 Rao Adal Singh College of Pharmacy, Village Khatiwas, Tauru, Distt. Mewat 35200 5300 40500 150 Rao Jai Ram Polytechnic, Bunedabaj Nagar, Ateli Road, Mohindergarh -123029 18700 4400 23100 151 Rao Mohar Singh College of Pharmacy, Haily Mandi, Gurgaon-123504 20570 3085 23655 58 152 Rao Neki Ram Memorial College of Pharmacy, Village Turkapur, P.O. Basopdamka, Tehsil Pataudi, Distt. Gurgaon 35070 5260 40330 153 Rao Pehlad Singh College of Engineering & Technology, Vill. Balana, Distt. Mohindergarh 123029 (YOE 2014-15) 18700 2805 21505 154 RAS College of Pharmacy, Vill.-Gogjaka, Tehsil-Tauru, Nuh122105 26200 3900 30100 155 Rattan Institute of Technology & Management, 79 KM Stone, NH- 2, Mundkati Chowk, Saveli, Palwal (Haryana) 18700 4400 23100 156 Ravindra Polytechnic College, Village Ganganpur, Tehsil Barara, Distt. Ambala. 17000 4000 21000 157 Rawal Institute of Engineering & Technology, Sohna Road, Near Vill. Zakopur, Tehsil Ballabhgarh, Distt. Faridabad. 121004 (YOE 2014-15) 18700 2805 21505 158 Baba Shaeb Ambedkar Polytechnic, M.P. Majra, Beri, Jhajjar124103 (YOE 2006-07) 17500 5000 22500 159 Rewari Institute of Technology, Village Bhandor, P.O. Punsika, Distt. Rewari (Haryana). 18700 4400 23100 160 RK College of Pharmacy, 21st KM Stone, Sonipat Road, Humayunpur, Rohtak-124406 20570 3085 23655 161 RKSD, College of Pharmacy, Ambala Road, Kaithal 35000 5250 40250 162 Rohitash Institute of Engineering & Technology, Ateli, Mohindergarh Road, Ateli Mandi, distt. Mohindergarh, Haryana. 17500 5000 22500 163 Savitri Devi Memorial Group of College, Pundri Road, Rajound, Kaithal 23000 3400 26400 164 Sat Priya College of Pharmacy, 0.5 Milestone, Jind Road, Jind Byepass, Rohtak 50500 7500 58000 165 S.D. Mewat Institute of Engineering & Technology Technical Campus, Village Rawali, Tehsil Firozpur, Jhirka, District Mewat-122101 18700 4400 23100 166 S.S. College of Polytechnic, VPO Newal, Karnal 22500 5000 27500 167 S.V.M. Institute of Polytechnic, Village Nasirbas, P.O. Sakras, Mewat (Haryana). 18700 4400 23100 168 Sanskriti Institute of Education & Technology, VPO-Amarpur, Jorasim, Tehsil-Narnual, Mohindergarh-123001 20570 3085 23655 169 Saraswati College of Polytechnic, Village Mangli Bharaman, Tosam Road, Hisar. 17000 4000 21000 170 Saraswati College of Technical Education Village Teek, Distt. Kaithal, Haryana. 17000 4000 21000 171 Saraswati Institute of Technology, Village Chammu, Islimabad, Kurukshetra. 22500 5000 27500 172 Sardar Kewal Singh Polytechnic, V.P.O. Kirmuch, Kurukshetra. 17500 5000 22500 173 Sarvodya College of Pharmacy, VPO-Imlota, Charki Dadri127306 20570 3085 23655 59 174 Satya College of Engineering & Technology, 72 KM Delhi Mathura Road, Village Mitrol, Tehsil Hodal, Distt. Palwal 121105 (YOE 2013-14) 18700 2805 21505 175 SBCM Institute of Technology, Tosham Road, Ladwa, Hisar 20000 5000 25000 176 School of Diploma Engineering, Soldha, Distt. Jhajjar(Ganga Technical Campus). 28687 4303 32990 177 SD College of Pharmacy, Village Janaula, Gurgaon, Patudi Road, Farrukhnagar, Gurgaon 36600 5500 42100 178 SD Institute of Pharmacy & Medical Technology, Jhajjar. 16000 4000 20000 179 Sheela Devi Institute of Management and Technology (SDIMT), Ballabhgarh, Tigaon, Manjawali Road, District Faridabad -121101 (YOE 2014-15) 18700 2805 21505 180 SD Polytechnic for Engineering, Tangail-Mullana, Ambala 17500 5000 22500 181 SD Shanti Niketan Institute of Engineering & Technology, Ladwa, Hisar 125001 (YOE 2006-07) 20000 5000 25000 182 Seth Haribaksh Lohia JRM Poly., Lohar Majra, P.O. Distt. Kurukshetra - 136118 (YOE 2005-06) 15000 5000 20000 183 Seth Jai Parkash Polytechnic, Damla, Yamuna Nagar ( For unaided courses: Elx. & Instr., Computer,Mechanical,Electrical Engg.) 38100 5700 43800 184 SGN Polytechnic, Chourmastpur, Ambala 20000 5000 25000 185 Shaheed Bhagat Singh Institute of Technology, Odhan Road, Kalanwali, Distt. Sirsa. 17500 5000 22500 186 Shaheed Bhagat Singh Polytechnic for Engineering, Village Rajpura, Post Office Mussimble, Khundewala Road, Tehsil Jagadhri, Distt. Yamuna Nagar, Haryana. 17000 4000 21000 187 Shaheed Captain, D.K. Khola, Technical Campus, Village Zainabad, Distt. Rewari (Diploma in Pharmacy)-123411 (YOE 2012-13) 44300 6600 50900 Shaheed Captain, D.K. Khola, Technical Campus, Village Zainabad, Distt. Rewari (DMLT) 123411 (YOE 2012-13) 32700 4900 37600 188 Shanti Niketan Institute of Technology, Ladwa, Hisar. 20000 5000 25000 189 Sheetal Polytechnic, Kiloi, Rohtak. 20000 5000 25000 190 Shivalik Polytechnic, Village Aliyaspur, PO Zaffarpur, Dosarka- Sadhaura Road, Distt. Ambala 22500 5000 27500 191 Shivalik Polytechnic, Village Kalaser Tehsil Chhachhrauli, Yamuna Nagar 17500 5000 22500 192 Shree Ram Institute of Pharmacy, Mouli (Barwala), Distt. Panchkula 18700 2805 21505 193 Shree Balaji Institute of Engineering & Technology, Sampla Rohtak 17500 5000 22500 194 Shree Ganesh Polytechnic, Bilaspur, Jagadhari, Yamuna Nagar 20000 5000 25000 195 Shree Markandeshwar Polytechnic, Village Lotni, Near Ismailabad, Kurukshetra. 20000 5000 25000 196 Shree Ram Institute of Technical Education , Village Mouli, Tehsil Barwala, Distt. Panchkula-134118 20000 5000 25000 60 197 Shree Ram Mulakh College of Technical Education Village Khura-Bhura, Tehsil Naraingarh, Ambala-134203 (YOE 2007) 22500 5000 27500 198 Shree Sai Institute of Engineering & Technology, Village Tamaspura, Jhajjar 17500 5000 22500 199 Shree Shayam Polytechnic, Krishan Nagar, Tehsil, Narnaul, Distt. Mahindergarh. 17500 5000 22500 200 Shri Sanatan Dharam Institute of Pharmacy and Medical Technology, Jhajjar-124103 (YOE 2002-03) 16000 4000 20000 201 Shri Balaji Institute of Technology, Tosam Road, Ladwa, Hisar 20000 5000 25000 202 Shri Balaji Polytechnic, Radaur, Yamuna Nagar 24000 6000 30000 203 Shri Krishan Polytechnic, Rattandera Road Kurukshetra136118 (YOE 2005-06) 18000 4000 22000 204 Shri Ram College of Engineering & Management, 70KM Stone, Delhi-Mathura Road, NH-2, Distt.-Palwal (evening shift) (YOE 2012-13) 18700 4400 23100 205 Shri. Ram Polytechnic, 4KM Stone- Refinery Road, Rajapur, Panipat 22500 5000 27500 206 Singh Ram Memorial Polytechnical College, VPO Sultanpur, Tehsil Hansi, Hisar (Haryana). 18700 4400 23100 207 Sir Chhotu Ram Polytechnic, Gohian, Jind 14000 2000 16000 208 Somany College of Pharmacy, Delhi Jaipur Highway, NH-8, Beside 3KM, from City, Rewari-123401 33500 5000 38500 Somany College of Pharmacy, Rewari D.Voc (Medical Imaging Technology). 25000 209 South Point School of Polytechnic, Sector-20, Purkhas Road, Near Sugar Mill, Distt. Sonepat-131001 (YOE-2012-13) 18700 4400 23100 210 Swami Devi Dyal College of Technical Education, Village Golpura, Barwala, Panchkula-134118 (YOE 2007) 22500 5000 27500 211 Swami Devi Dyal Institute of Pharmacy, Village Golpura, Barwala, Panchkula, 15000 3000 18000 212 Swami Vivekanand Institute of Technology, Rajpur-Ladwa Road, Udana Karnal 17500 5000 22500 213 SKS College of Pharmacy, Kirmach, Kurukshetra 35000 5250 40250 214 Swami Vivekanand Polytechnic College, Near Sector-18, HUDA, Jagadhri, Distt. Yamuna Nagar. 17500 5000 22500 215 Tagore Institute of Research & Technology, Jamalpur (Gurgaon) 122503 (YOE 2007) 17500 5000 22500 216 Techno-Apex Polytechnic, Village Gorgharh, Thesil. Indri, Distt. Karnal. 20000 5000 25000 217 Tirupati College of Polytechnic and Pharmacy, Sardulgarh Road, Near Govt. K T College, Ratia, Fatehabad (YOE 2006- 07) (Diploma Engg.) 17500 5000 22500 218 Tirupati College of Polytechnic and Pharmacy, Sardulgarh Road, Near Govt. K T College, Ratia, Fatehabad (YOE 2006- 07) (D.Pharmacy) 35000 5250 40250 219 Uklana Polytechnic & Engineering College, Uklana, Tehsil Uklana, Distt. Hisar 20000 5000 25000 61 220 United Institute of Pharmacy, Roorki, PO-Pehladpur, Kurukshetra-136132 20570 3085 23655 221 Universal Institute of Technology, VPO Garhi, Tehsil Hansi, Distt. Hisar. 18700 2805 21505 222 Vaish Technical Institute, Rohtak(for unaided courses: Instrumention & Control,Information Technology,Computer Engg.,Mech. Engg - T&D) 15000 5000 20000 223 Vardey Devi Institute of Engineering & Technology, Village Brahamnawas, Tehsil Julana, Jind 18700 2805 21505 224 Veer Abhimanyu Polytechnic, Village & Post Office Sanwar,Tehsil Charkhi Dadri, Bhiwani, Haryana. 17000 4000 21000 225 Vidyavati Institute of Technology, Nissing, Karnal. 20000 5000 25000 226 Vikramditya Polytechnic, V.P.O. Morkheri, Distt. Rohtak 20000 5000 25000 227 Vinayak College of Polytechnic, VPO Kachwa, Distt. Karnal, Haryana -132001 (YOE 2010) 17000 4000 21000 228 World Institute of Technology, 8KM, Milestone, NH-71 B, Sohna-Palwal Road, Sohna, District Gurgaon (evening shift) 18700 4400 23100 229 Yamuna Institute of Engineering & Technology, Village Gadholi, Post Office-Gadholi, Distt.- Yamuna Nagar-133103 (evening shift) 18700 4400 23100 230 Yamuna Polytechnic for Engineering, Village Gadholi, P.O. Gadhola, Tehsil Jagadhri, Distt. Yamuna Nagar 133103 (YOE 2008) 22690 3440 26130 231 Yashvir Memorial Technical Institute, Bhambewa, Distt. Jind 126113 (YOE 2003-04) 19000 5000 24000 232 Lala Ami Chand College Of Pharmacy, Abdulagarh, Ugala, Shahabad-Barara Road, Barara, Ambala 20570 3085 23655 233 Krishna Vidyapeeth of Management & Technology VillageKhera(Siwani), Bhiwani 53600 8000 61600 234 Harnam Singh College of Pharmacy, VPO.- Kheri Batter, Tehsil & Distt.- Charkhi Dadri 20570 3085 23655 235 Saraswati Modern College of Pharmacy, Mohna, Ballabhgarh, Faridabad 37100 5600 42700 236 Pt. L.R. College of Pharmacy, Vill.-Kaboolpur Banger, TehsilBallabgarh, Faridabad 52400 7900 60300 237 B.M Group of Institutions, Hari Nagar (Dumha), Farukhnagar, Gurgaon 20570 3085 23655 238 BDM College of Pharmacy, VPO-Chhuchhakwas, Jhajjar 20570 3085 23655 239 Jeevan Jyoti Pharmacy and Medical Science, Vill.-Chhajju Nagar, Tehsil & District-Palwal 43000 6400 49400 240 Mahender Singh College of Pharmacy, Saloti Road, VPODeeghot, Tehsil-Hodal, Palwal 20570 3085 23655 241 RS Memorial College of Pharmacy, VPO-Buana Lakhu, Shahpur-Ganour Road, Israna, Panipat 20570 3085 23655 242 Geeta Institute of Pharmacy, Village Naultha, NH-71A, Panipat 20570 3085 23655 243 Deshraj College of Pharmacy, Sisar Khas, Tehsil-Meham, Rohtak 20570 3085 23655 62 244 Vaish Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Behind Railway Station, Vaish Education Complex, Rohtak 60000 9000 69000 245 Rao Khem Chand Pharmacy College, Bohatwas Ahir, Rewari 20570 3085 23655 246 Maa Saraswati College of Pharmacy, VPO Bhawdin, Sirsa125055 31200 4700 35900 247 PM Polytechnic, Kami, Sonepat. 131001 (YOE 2008) 20570 3085 23655 248 IITM College of Pharmacy, 49TH Miles Stone, GT Karnal Road, NH-44, Murthal Sonipat 50800 7600 58400 249 DBM College of Pharmacy, VPO-Madina, Tehsil-Gohana, Sonepat 20570 3085 23655 250 Ganpati Institute of Pharmacy, Bilaspur, Chhachhrauli Road, Jagadhri, YamunaNagar 20570 3085 23655 251 Guru Gobind Singh College of Pharmacy, City Centre Road, Near Guru Nanak Khalsa College, YamunaNagar 20570 3085 23655 252 DK Pharma College, Village-Dhani Thetharbad, P.O. Nimoth, Rewari 44100 6600 50700 253 Doon Valley Institute of Pharmacy & Medicine, Outside Jundla Gate Karnal 20570 3085 23655 254 AIT Kanina Gahara Road Kanina, Mahendergarh 20570 3085 23655 255 Vigya College Of Pharmacy, Dhani, Akberpur Road, Chungi No. 7, Bhiwani 20570 3085 23655 256 Panipat Institute of Engineering & Technology, Vill.- Pattikalyana, Samalkha, Distt. Panipat (D.Pharmacy) 64000 9600 73600 Panipat Institute of Engineering & Technology, Vill.- Pattikalyana, Samalkha, Distt. Panipat (Diploma in Mechanical Engineering) 58400 8800 67200 257 ICL Institute of Technical Education, Vill.-Sountli, POShahzadpur,Distt. Ambala 20570 3085 23655 258 Guru Nanak Institute of Technology, Hema Majra, Village Sohana, Ambala 35000 5250 40250 259 Manav Institute of Pharmacy, Village Jevra, Distt. Hisar 35000 5250 40250 260 Sat Kabir College of Pharmacy, Ladrawan, Bahadurgarh, Jhajjar 124507 (YOE 2022-23) 57300 8600 65900 261 World College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Girawar, Jhajjar 20570 3085 23655 262 Shri Ram College of Pharmacy, Indri Road, Ramba, Karnal 44500 6700 51200 263 LR College of Pharmacy, Hathin, Palwal 43400 6500 49900 264 Aravali College of Pharmacy, Village and Post Office Gokalgarh, Rewari 31400 4700 36100 265 Sarv Hind College of Pharmacy, Rewari 20570 3085 23655 266 MSME Technology Centre, Plot No. 10 & 11, Sector- 30 B, Institutional Building at HSIIDC, I.M.T. Rohtak 20570 3085 23655 267 Modern International College of Pharmacy, Village Jasana, Distt. Faridabad 37800 5700 43500 268 Sehrawat College of Pharmacy, VPO Hathin, Distt. Palwal 42400 6400 48800 63 269 SD Polytechnic College, Ballabgarh-Tigaon-Manjhawli Road, Distt. Faridabad 18700 2805 21505 270 Pataudi College of Pharmacy, Opp. New Bus Stand, Pataudi Gurugram (Establishment Year 2022-23) 23000 3400 26400 271 Rao Roop Chand Memorial College of Pharmacy. Pehlwas Distt. Rewari (Establishment Year 2022-23) 23000 3400 26400 272 Savitri Devi College of Pharmacy, VPO Chhuchhawas, Jhajjar (Establishment Year 2022-23) 23000 3400 26400 273 Shri Balaji College of Pharmacy, VPO Dahina, Tehsil and Distt. Rewari (Establishment Year 2022-23) 23000 3400 26400 274 Teerthankar KRD College, Vill Jatauli, Haliy Mandi, Patudi, Gurugram (Establishment Year 2022-23) 23000 3400 26400 275 Pavitra Institute of Pharmacy, Khata No. 714/838, MU-209, Damdama Road Bhondsi, Sohna Road, Gurugram-122102 (Establishment Year 2022-23) 23000 3400 26400 274 276 Sat Kabir College of Technology & Management, Vill Ladranwan, Tehsil Bahadurgarh-Jhajjar (Establishment Year 2022-23) 23000 3400 26400 i The other fee components which is common for all is as follows: Student Fund per year Caution MoneyCollege (One time refundable) Caution MoneyHostel/Mess/ (One time from Boarders/ Hostellers only, refundable 3000 3000 3000 ii The fee shall be collected semester-wise at the time of start of semester and not for entire year. iii Every penny collected from students, whatsoever, and in any form, shall be well accounted for. The head-wise account shall be separately maintained and included in college/institution accounts. No diversion of fund from the institution shall be made. The Institutions shall submit the audited balance sheet upto 30th September of every year to the Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee. Guidelines issued by Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee, Haryana regarding charging of different amounts under various heads other than Tuition Fee, Development Fund, Student Fund, Caution Money. i) Hostel & Mess charges: Maximum Rs.2000/- per month per student for ordinary room and maximum Rs.2,500/- per month for AC room per student. Mess charges will be as per actual expenses on breakfast, lunch, evening tea and dinner. The institute will pass a specific order in this regard and display it on the notice board and its website. Boarding and Lodging shall include water and electricity, reading room, computer centre, gym and sports/necessary furniture and furnishings. However there can be a variation of 10% depending upon locale and specific demands. Laundry and Canteen etc. shall be on actual basis and optional. ii) Transport:- It has to be as per actual, however not beyond Govt. fare per km.+ upto 50%. iii) University/Board and Examination fee:- as per actual. iv) Prospectus:- Only once in the course and should not be more than Rs.1000/-. v) Placement Brochure:- Chargeable only once (in final year) and should not be more than Rs.750/-. vi) Insurance:- Actual basis. vii) Uniform:- If prescribed and supplied by the institute/university Rs.6000/- which shall include one Blazer, two trousers, two shirts, one tie, two socks. Other requirements, if any shall be optional and chargeable. Every institute is required to fix all the charges accordingly and reflect in their prospectus & on their website and must necessarily submit a copy of prospectus and placement brochure to Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee before start of admission process every year. 64 APPENDIX-V Institute Wise 1 st year Result for July 2023 Exam Sr. No. Institute name Pass %age 1 Lakshay College of Hotel Management, Naultha, Gohana Road, Panipat-132103 2 BDM COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, VPO-CHHUCHHAKWAS, JHAJJAR 100% 3 Savitri Devi Memorial College of Pharmacy,Jhajjar 4 GEETA INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY, VILLAGE NAULTHA, NH-71A, PANIPAT Above 90% to 97% 5 Rao Roop Chand Memorial College of Pharmacy,Rewari 6 MAHENDER SINGH COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, SALOTI ROAD, VPO-DEEGHOT, TEHSIL-HODAL, PALWAL 7 Krishna Polytechnic, VPO Jhal, Tehsil Kosli, Distt. Rewari 8 LR COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, HATHIN, PALWAL -121103 9 Sehrawat College of Pharmacy, VPO Hathin, District Palwal - 121103 10 MSIL, Manesar 11 Pataudi College of Pharmacy,Gurgaon Above 80% to 90% 12 Modern International College of Pharmacy, Village Jasana, District Faridabad-121002 13 BITS POLYTECHNIC, MEHAM ROAD, PALUWAS (BHIWANI) 14 SWAMI DEVI DAYAL INSTT. OF PHARMACY, GOALPURA, BARWALA(PANCHKULA) 15 RAMA AND KRISHANA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, MAKSUSPUR, NARNAUL, MAHENDERGARH123001 16 LORD SHIVA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY NEAR CIVIL HOSPITAL, SIRSA 17 DOON VALLEY INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY & MEDICINE, OUTSIDE JUNDLA GATE KARNAL132001 18 CBS College of Pharmacy & Technology, Vill.-Chandpur, Distt.- Faridabad 19 GANDHI COLLEGE OF PHARRMACY GT. ROAD BYE PASS, KARNAL 20 ARAVALI COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, VILLAGE AND POST OFFICE GOKALGARH, REWARI123401 21 BM COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, HARI NAGAR (DUMHA), FARUKHNAGAR, GURGAON Above 70% to 80% 22 SHRI RAM COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, INDRI ROAD, RAMBA, KARNAL 23 MATA SAHIBKAUR COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, VPO-ACHHEJ, TEHSIL- BERI, DISTT.-JHAJJAR124106 24 DK PHARMA COLLEGE, VILLAGE-DHANI THETHARBAD, P.O. NIMOTH, REWARI-123411 25 UNITED INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY,ROORKI, PO-PEHLADPUR,KURUKSHETRA 26 M.K.M. College of Polytechnic for Girls Hodal-121106 (Palwal) 27 ATAM INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY, GARHI, HANSI, HISAR 28 DEHAT VIKAS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY ,TIGAON(FARIDABAD) 29 Rao Adal Singh College of Pharmacy, Vill.- Khatiwas, Tauru, Distt.- Mewat - 122105 30 NIHAL SINGH COLLEGE OF PHARMACY,VPO-SISAR, MEHAM,ROHTAK 31 JEEVAN JYOTI PHARMACY AND MEDICAL SCIENCE, VILL.- CHHAJU NAGAR, TEHSIL & DISTRICT-PALWAL 32 GURUGRAM GLOBAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, 5 KM MILE STONE, KHEDA KHURAMPUR, FARRUKHNAGAR, HAILY MANDI ROAD, GURGAON-122506 65 33 SAVITRI DEVI MEMORIAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, PUNDRI ROAD, RAJOUND (KAITHAL) 34 GVN Polytechnic College, Deeghot, Distt.- Palwal 35 Panipat Institute of Engineering & Technology, Vill.-Pattikalyana, Samalkha, Distt. Panipat 36 Deen Dayal Rustagi College of Pharmacy, Vill.-Khadewla, Distt.- Gurgaon 37 Rao Neki Ram Memorial College of Pharmacy, Vill.- Turkapur, P.O.- Baspodamka, TehsilPataudi, Distt.- Gurgaon 38 DVM COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, SOHNA,GURGAON 39 RK COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, HUMAYUNPUR, ROHTAK 40 JANTA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, BUTANA(SONEPAT) 41 ADVANCED INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY, 70KM, DELHI-MATHURA ROAD, NH-2, AURANGABAD, PALWAL-121105 42 B.S. ANANGPURIA INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY, ALAMPUR, BALLABGARH SOHNA ROAD,FARIDABAD 43 SOMANY COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, DELHI JAIPUR HIGHWAY, NH-8, BESIDE 3KM, FROM CITY, REWARI-123401 44 Lala Birkha Ram College of Pharmacy, Vill- Golpura, Tehsil- Barwala, District- Panchkula134118 45 SANSKRITI INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION & TECHNOLOGY, VPO-AMARPUR, JORASIM, TEHSILNARNUAL, MOHINDERGARH 46 DBM COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, VPO-MADINA, TECHSIL-GOHANA, SONEPAT 47 PT. L.R. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, VILL.-KABOOLPUR BANGER, TEHSIL-BALLABGAH, FARIDABAD-121004 48 SARASWATI MODERN COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, MOHNA, BALLABHGARH, FARIDABAD121004 Above 60% to 70% 49 Jhankar College of Pharmacy, Vill. Babra Bakipur, PO. Jamalpur, Distt. Gurgaon - 122502 50 Manav Institute of Pharmacy, Jevra, Barwala Road, Hisar 51 BHARAT INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY, PEHLADPUR, BABAIN, KURUKSHETRA 52 S.S.D. INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY & MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY,JHAJJAR. 53 SD SHANTI NIKETAN INSTT. OF ENGG. & TECH., TOSHAM ROAD, LADWA (HISAR) 54 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, HISAR 55 BPS MAHILA POLYTECHNIC KANYA GURUKUL, KHANPUR KALAN(SONEPAT) 56 ICL Institute Of Technical Education, Sountli, ShahzadpurNar,Tehsil Nariangarh,Distt. Ambala 57 SAT KABIR COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, LADRAWAN, BAHADURGARH, JHAJJAR- 124507 58 HINDU COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, SONEPAT 59 RAS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, GOGJAKA, TAURU, MEWAT 60 Shaheed Captain, D.K. Khol, Technical Campus, Vill.-Zainabad, Dist. Rewari(123411) 61 K.C. GOVT. POLYTECHNIC FOR WOMEN, AMBALA CITY 62 BALAJI COLLEGE OF PHARMACY,FARIDABAD 63 B.R. College of Pharmacy, Vill.- Bagpur, P.O. Mohan Tehsil-Bagpur, Distt.- Palwal 66 64 RS MEMORIAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, VPO-BUANA LAKHU, SHAHPUR-GANAUR ROAD, ISRANA, PANIPAT(301) 65 BHARAT INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY, SONEPAT-GOHANA STATE HIGHWAY, NEAR MOHANA POLICE STATION DISTT.-SONEPAT-131025 66 MAA SARASWATI COLLEGE OF PHARMACY,VPO BHAWDIN, SIRSA-125055 67 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC FOR WOMEN, SIRSA 68 VAISH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, ROHTAK 69 GURU BRAHMA NAND JI GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, NILOKHERI 70 Mahagyani Rishi Ashtavakra, GP -Panchkula 207 Above 50% to 60% 71 SETH HARIBAKSH LOHIA JAI RAM MAHILA POLY. LOHAR MAJRA, KURUKSHETRA 72 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, SONEPAT 73 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC FOR WOMEN, FARIDABAD 74 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, AMBALA CITY 75 GANPATI INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY, BILASPUR, CHHACHHRAULI ROAD, JAGADHRI, YAMUNANAGAR-135102 76 DESHRAJ COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, SISAR KHAS, TECHSIL-MEHAM, ROHTAK-124112 77 BHAGWAN MAHAVEER INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE, JAGDISPUR, SONEPAT 78 R.P Educational Trust Group of Institutions G.T. Road, Bastara, Distt.-Karnal 79 LALA AMI CHAND COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, ABDUGARH, UGALA, SHAHABAD-BARARA ROAD, BARARA, AMBALA-133205 80 CAMBRIDGE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, VPO-BIRAR, DISTT.-JHAJJAR-124146 81 SARVODYA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, VPO-IMLOTA, CHARKI DADRI-127306 82 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, MANESAR 83 South Point College of Pharmacy, Baghru, Rattangarh, Gohana Road, District.- Sonepat131021 84 CDL GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, NATHUSARI CHOPTA 85 KRISHNA VIDYAPEETH OF MANGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY VILLAGE-KHERA(SIWANI), BHIWANI, 127046 86 Pavitra Institute of Pharmacy,Gurugram 87 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, SANGHI (ROHTAK) 88 VIGYA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, DHANI, AKBERPUT ROAD, CHUNGI NO. 7, BHIWANI-127201 89 SETH JAI PARKASH POLYTECHNIC, DAMLA (YAMUNANAGAR) 90 POLYTECHNIC EDUCATION & TRAINING INSTITUTE, 9TH MILESTONE, KAITHAL ROAD, KURUKSHETRA. 91 VAISH INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH, BEHIND RAILWAY STATION, VAISH EDUCATION COMPLEX, ROHTAK 92 Shree Ram Institute of Technical Education, NH-73, Mouli, Barwala, Panchkula-134118 (pharmacy) 93 RAO MOHAR SINGH COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, HAILY MANDI, GURGAON-123504 94 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, MANDI ADAMPUR (HISAR) 95 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, LISANA (REWARI) 96 SD College of Pharmacy, Village Janaula, Gurgaon Pataudi Road, Tehsil Farukhnagar, District Gurgaon 67 97 GP Umri with guest classes at GP Nilokheri 98 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC NARWANA, JIND Above 40% to 50% 99 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, SIRSA 100 TAGORE INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY, JAMALPUR, GURGAON. 101 Govt Polytechnic at Dhangar Distt Fatehabad with guest classes at GP Hissar 102 PM COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, KAMI ROAD (DELHI-NCR), SONEPAT, HARYANA-131001 103 Raja Jait Singh Govt. Polytechnic,Tigaon Road Neemka, Faridabad 104 Govt. Polytechnic, Panchkula 210 105 Ganga Instiute of Technology & Management, VPO 20 Km Miles stone, Bahadurgarh Road, Vill. Kablana, Distt. Jhajjar 106 RANI LAXMI BAI GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, LOHARU 107 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, JHAJJAR 108 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, CHIKA (KAITHAL) 109 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC FOR WOMEN, MORNI HILLS (PANCHKULA) 110 AERP Institute of Technology & Management Vill.-Sondhm P.O. Hodal, Distt. Palwal, Pin code121106 111 DR. BHIM RAO AMBEDKAR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY VILL. FATEHPUR, DISTT. KAITHAL. 112 Govt. Polytechnic Shergarh, Kaithal 113 IITM COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, 49TH MILES STONE, GT KARNAL ROAD, NH-44, MURTHAL SONIPAT-131039 114 Dev Polytechnic College, Vill. Khatkar, Distt. Jind 115 CHHOTTU RAM POLYTECHNIC, ROHTAK 116 Govt Polytechnic Jattal, Panipat with guest classes at GP Sonepat 117 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC MEHAM (ROHTAK) 118 Om Institute Of polytechnic, VPO Juglan 12 Km stone Chandigarh Road, Hisar, Pin code125001 119 JAN NAYAK CH. DEVI LAL MEMORIAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, POST BOX NO. 81, BARNALA ROAD SIRSA -125055 120 DPG POLYTECHNIC, SEC-34, NEAR HERO HONDA CHOWK, GURGAON 121 PURAN MURTI COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, KAMI ROAD, SONEPAT-131001 122 YASHVIR MEMORIAL TECHNICAL INSTTT., BHAMBHEWA (JIND) 123 WORLD COLLEGE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES, GIRAWAR, JHAJJAR 124 GP HATHNI KUND BARRAGE, YAMUNANAGAR CAMP OFFICE AT SJP DAMLA 125 Govt.Polytechnic, Jamalpur Shekhon,Block Tohana Distt. Fatehabad Above 30% to 40% 126 SHREE RAM MULAKH COLLEGE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, VILL. KOHRA-BHURA, TEHSIL NARAINGARH, DISTT. AMBALA 127 GANPATI POLYTECHNIC FOR ENGG. , BILASPUR, TEHSIL JAGADHARI, YAMUNANAGAR 128 R.P. Institute of Pharmacy, GT, Bastara, Distt.-Karnal- 132001 129 Govt. Polytechnic Chhappar, Bhiwani 130 GURU NANAK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, HEMA MAJRA, VILLAGE-SOHANA, AMBALA133203 131 Govt.Polytechnic Rajpur, Block Sadhaura,Distt. Yamuna Nagar 68 132 Modish Institute of Polytechnic, Village Gheera, Tehsil Punhana, Distt. Mewat, Haryana 133 SD Polytechnic College, Ballabgarh- Tigaon-Manjhawali road, Distt.-Faridabad 134 GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, CITY CENTRE ROAD, NEAR GURU NANAK KHALSA COLLEGE, YAMUNANAGAR 135 NATIONAL COLLEGE OF POLYTECHNIC, AMBALA ROAD, JAGADHARI, DISTT. YAMUNANAGAR. 136 SARV HIND COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, REWARI 137 RAO KHEM CHAND PHARMACY COLLEGE, BOHATWAS AHIR, REWARI-123101 138 RCM POLYTECHNIC M.P. MAJRA, BERI, JHAJJAR 139 Hindustan Institute of Technology & Management, NH-73, VPO- Dheen, Tehsil-Barara, Distt.- Ambala -133202 140 Govt. Polytechnic Nanakpur, Panchkula 141 CH. BANSI LAL GOVT. POLYTECHNIC BHIWANI 142 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC INDRI CAMP OFFICE AT GP UTTAWAR 143 GLOBAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY, NACHRAON, RADAUR, YAMUNANAGAR-13513 144 HINDU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIAL AREA, SONEPAT 145 Govt.Polytechnic-cum-Multi Skill Training Centre,Dhamlawas District Rewari 146 MSME Technology Centre, Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Government of India, Plot Nos.- 10 & 11, Sector 30b, Institutional Building At HSIIDC, I.M.T., Rohtak, Haryana, 124021 147 JKP POLYTECHNIC, RATTANGARH, DISTT. SONEPAT. 148 HARNAM SINGH COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, VPO.-KHERI BATTER, TEHSIL & DISTT.- CHARKHI DADRI-127306 149 Shri Balaji College of Pharmacy,Rewari 150 Vinayak College of Polytechnic VPO Kachwa Distt. Karnal 151 JR Kissan College of Pharmacy and Health Science, Jind Bye Pass Chowk, District Rohtak - 124001 152 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC SAMPLA (ROHTAK) 153 Akash Institute of Tech, VPO Kanina, Distt. Mohindergarh(HRY), Pin code-123027 Above 20% to 30% 154 BABA KHETA NATH(B.K.N) GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, NARNAUL(MOHENDERGARH) 155 Dalal Global Institute of Technology, Vill. & Post- Barhana, Tehsil. Beri, Distt. Jhajjar-124107 156 SHRI KRISHNA DEV BHOOMI, POLYTECHNIC, MOHAN NAGAR RATTAN DERA ROAD, KURUKSHETRA 157 SHREE RAM INSTITUTE OF TECH. EDU., MOULI, BARWALA PANCHKULA 158 International Institute of Tech., & Management 49 KM, Stone, NH-1, Murthal Distt.- Sonepat 159 Rao Pahlad Singh group of institutions, Balana, Mohindergarh 160 Rattan Institute of Technology & Management, 79 KM Stone, NH-2, Mundkati Chowk, Vill.- Saveli, Tehsil Hodal, Dist. Palwal-121106 161 South Point School of Polytechnic, Sector-20, Purkhas road, near sugar mill, Distt.- Sonepat 69 162 Delhi Institute of Tech, Management & Resarch Vill. Firozpur (HRY), Pin code-121001 163 GYAN GANGA POLYTECHNIC, SALPANI KHURD NEAR HEENGA KHERI, JHANSA ROAD, KURUKSHETRA 164 Geeta Engineering College, Naultha, Gohana Road,NH-71 A, Distt.- Panipat- 132145 165 JIND POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE 1ST MILE STONE PANIPAT , JIND. 166 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC, UTTAWAR (MEWAT) 167 SAT PRIYA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, 0.5 MILESTONE, JINDH ROAD, JINDH BYPASS, ROHTAK, HARYANA-124001 168 S.D. Mewat Institute of Engg. & Tech.,Village Rawli, Tehsil Firojpur Jhirka, District Mewat-HR, Pin Code-122104 169 Govt. Polytechnic Malab, Nuh, Mewat 170 GOVT. POLYTECHNIC MANDKOLA CAMP OFFICE AT GP UTTAWAR 171 BM Group of Institution, Vill Hari Nagar (Dumha), Farukhnagar, Gurgaon 172 Karnal Institute of Polytechnic, Village Kunjpura, Distt.Karnal Haryana 173 School of Diploma Engineering Soldha, Distt. Jhajjar (Ganga Technical Campus) Above 10% to 20% 174 TIRUPATI COLLEGE OF PHARMACY NEAR GOVT.K.T.COLLEGE SRDULGARH ROAD RATIA FATEHABAD 175 MUKHI POLYTECHNIC, WARD-12, VISHNU NAGAR, GOHANA, SONEPAT 176 L.R. INSTITUTE OF TECH. & MGT., VILL. DEEGHOT, TEHSIL HODAL, DISTT. FARIDABAD. 177 Shri Ram College of Engg. & Management, 70KM Stone, Delhi-Mathura Road, NH-2, Distt.- Palwal 178 SWAMI DEVI DAYAL COLLEGE OF TECH. EDU. GOLPURA BARWALA PANCHKULA 179 Teerthanker K.R.D College,Pataudi 180 YAMUNA POLYTECHNIC FOR ENGG. VILL. GADHOLI, P.O. GADHOLA, TEHSIL JAGADHARI, DISTT. YAMUNA NAGAR. 181 MD COLLEGE OF POLYTECHNIC SANOLI ROAD CHHAJPUR PANIPAT 182 Rawal Institute of Engineering &Technology, Sohna Road, Near Vill.-Zakopur, Distt.-Faridabad 183 Pt. L.R. College of Technology (Technical Campus), kaboolpur, Banger, Sohna-Samaypur Road, Ballabgarh, Faridabad, Pin Code-121004 184 Global Research Institute of Management & Technology, Nachraun, Radaur, Tehsil- Jagadhari, Distt. Yamunagar 185 World Institute of Technology, Sohna-Palwal Road, Sohna, District Gurgaon. 186 DEV POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE, VILL. DHEEN TEHSIL BARARA DISTT. AMBALA 187 Maharana Pratap Institute of Technology & Management, Dhanonda, Distt. Mohindergarh, Haryana 188 World College of Technology & Management, Farukh Nagar (Khera Khurrampur) Gurgaon 189 Satya College of Engineering & Technology, Distt. Palwal Less than 190 BHAGWAN MAHAVEER INSTITUTE OF POLYTECHNIC, VILL. JAGDHISPUR, DISTT. SONEPAT. 10% 191 Nav Nirman Sewa Samitis Samalkha Group of Institution, Vill.- Hathwala, Samalkha, Distt.- Panipat 192 Delhi Institute of Technology & Management, NH-1, Vill.-Baraut, Gannaur, Distt.- Sonipat 0.00 193 Delhi College of Technology and Management, Gudhrana, Palwal 194 Mewat Engineering College, Agepalla, Nuh, Mewat Note: The above result have been incorporated as per the information provided by HSBTE. 70 APPENDIX-VI ATTENDANCE AND LEAVE RULES 1. A Student shall be required to attend a minimum of 70% of the lectures delivered (In theory and practicals combined). 2. The attendance will be counted from the date of start of session, to the date prior to the date of commencement of the theory examination. 3. In case of late admission in the first semester, the attendance shall be counted from the date of actual admission of the candidate, by the competent authority. 4. The name of the student shall be struck off the rolls if he/ she remains absent for 14 consecutive working days, without leave. 5. A student whose name has been struck off from the roll of the institution, may however be readmitted if the absence of the student was due to the circumstance beyond his/ her control. 6. Any student of the institution who fails to appear or pass any particular exam and further thereafter remains absent from the institution for a period exceeding one year from the date or re-opening of the institute following the exam in which the student had failed to appear or pass shall not be entitled to continue his/ her studies in the institute without prior, written permission of the Secretary, HSBTE. 7. The Principal may grant leave to the students in exceptional circumstances only to the extent of 10 days per semester, subject to the condition that the student completes the prescribed minimum attendance as per attendance rule and the leave must be got sanctioned before availing the same. 71 APPENDIX-VII Instructions for verification of all the application forms for Diploma Courses for the session 2024-25 1. Check the authenticity of the original qualifying documents before verification of concerned course. If the documents are found duplicate/ fake then in such cases communicate immediately to the concerned board for checking the authentication of qualifying document. 2. Verification of all the registration forms received online will be done as per the eligibility of the course as mentioned in the approved Diploma Prospectus – 2024 upto the last date of verification as mentioned in the approved Keydates. 3. Aggregate Marks mentioned in 10th DMC or in equivalent qualifying examination shall be verified for Diploma Engg. Course.  In case, where the aggregate marks or the CGPA is not mentioned by the concerned Board in the DMC of Qualifying Examination (Matriculation or equivalent), then total marks of all the subjects should be considered for calculating percentage of aggregate marks of Qualifying Examination.  In case, where the CGPA is mentioned in 10th DMC in such case conversation factor should be used 9.5 for CBSE board and Punjab board (copy attached). For example: Total Marks Obtained Total Max. Marks Percentage Obtained 9 9.5 85.5 Subject Name Marks Obtained Max. Marks Percentage Obtained Science 10 9.5 95 Maths 9 9.5 85.5 English 9.5 9.5 90.25  In case, where the CGPA is mentioned in 10th DMC in such case conversation factor should be used 10 for HBSE board. For example: Total Marks Obtained Total Max. Marks Percentage Obtained 72 8.5 10 85 Subject Name Marks Obtained Max. Marks Percentage Obtained Science 10 10 100 Maths 8 10 80 English 9.5 10 95 4. Aggregate Marks mentioned in 12th DMC or in equivalent qualifying examination DMC as per eligibility of course shall be verified for Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry Course.  In case, where the aggregate marks or the CGPA is not mentioned in the concerned Board DMC of 12th examination, then total marks of all the subjects should be considered for calculating the aggregate marks of Qualifying Examination for verification.  Passed in 12th examination (with the subjects as mentioned in the eligibility) should be considered for verification of the course.  If a candidate is overall pass in 12th examination with PCM/ PCB but individually fail either in Physics/ Mathematics / Chemistry/ Computer Science/ Electronics/ Information Technology/ Biology/ Informatics Practices/ Biotechnology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies/ Entrepreneurship then he/ she may not be allowed for verification/ admission in Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry Course. 5. For online verification of Diploma Pharmacy course, the aggregate marks of qualifying examination should be calculated by considering the marks of Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics and English only and accordingly, maximum marks will be calculated for Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics and English only.  For the candidates who have combined subjects i.e. Mathematics as well as Biology then higher subject marks shall be verified by the verifying team.  In case, subject wise marks are not mentioned by the concerned Board then GPA and CGPA awarded by the Board will be considered for calculating the subject wise marks and aggregate marks (Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Mathematics and English), according to the Conversion Factor mentioned in Detailed Marks Certificate. The candidate shall upload the proof of subject wise and Aggregate Marks issued by the concerned 73 Board along with Online Filled Registration Form before the last date of verification.  Passed in 12th examination (with the subjects as mentioned in the eligibility) should be considered for verification of the course. 6. In case, Mark Sheet issued by any School Education Board is in a Language other than English and Hindi, candidate shall submit copy of transcript of Mark Sheet issued by the concerned Board in English or Hindi before the last date of verification. 7. In case of verification of candidates fail in Math/ Science/ Hindi/ English/ any other subject then verification will be done for those candidates only in which pass is written on 10th DMC for aggregate marks. 8. In case of verification of candidates for Diploma Engg. Course who have not studied or fail in Math/ Science/ English or in any subject but the result in DMC is mentioned as pass then during the verification marks for Math, Science and English will be entered as following: For example: Marks in Math = 0 or 8 Maximum marks of Math = 100 Marks in Science = 0 or 16 Maximum marks of Science = 100 Marks in English = 0 or 25 Maximum marks of English = 100 Then the marks in the verification form should be entered as following: Subject Name Marks Obtained Max. Marks Percentage Obtained Subject Name Marks Obtained Max. Marks Percentage Obtained Science 0 100 0 Or Science 8 100 8 Maths 0 100 0 Maths 16 100 16 English 0 100 0 English 25 100 25 Note: For not studied subjects obtained marks will be considered zero. 9. For the candidates who have not studied English subject in their 12th class but have studied PCM/ PCB/ PCMB and pass is written on DMC for aggregate marks then the verification of such candidates shall be done as per eligibility of the concerned course as mentioned in the prospectus. Further, in such cases the marks for English subject should be entered zero if other conditions of eligibility are complete. 10.After the start of the counselling process, if a candidate category/ special category has been changed by the verification team during the process of verification then the candidate should be informed (email, telephonically & through correspondence) by the designated institute timely for filling the choices for the counselling again as the counselling 74 choices will be deleted automatically by the software upon the change of the category during verification process. 11.The application forms which are flagged by the Digi-Locker should also be rechecked as per the eligibility by the verification team during the verification process before submitting such forms. Also, gender for Digi-Locker verified candidates should be checked before submitting. 12.Check the category verified for BC/ TFW/ EWS category candidates carefully as per the income criteria as mentioned in Diploma Prospectus. 13.If the counselling process go on simultaneously with the registration process, and, if the choices are already submitted by the candidate before the verification process then inform such candidates immediately to check or resubmit the choices as per the verified category/ verified eligibility by the verifying team. 14.Check the eligibility opted by the candidate in the form is correct or not as per his/ her eligibility for the Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry course before verifying the application forms. 15.In case, all the desired documents for verification are not uploaded by the candidate at the time of applying online or uploaded documents are not clear then in such case the candidate shall be contacted through email and contact no. for getting the desired documents for verification before the cut-off date of verification. 16.If income and asset certificate for EWS category is not uploaded/ not clear/ not for the current year then in such cases contact the candidate to submit the same. In case of not uploaded latest copy of document then do the verification on the behalf of previous year asset certificate by taking undertaking from the candidate for submitting the same. If the candidate deny to submit undertaking/ candidate not reachable/ document not available/ document not clear then in such cases remove the supernumerary EWS seat from the registration form during verification under intimation through correspondence to the candidate on priority. 17.If the candidates have not uploaded the qualifying DMC (10th for Diploma Engg., 12th/ ITI/ Diploma/ NSQF for Diploma Engg. Lateral Entry, 12th PCM/ PCB for Diploma Pharmacy) and contact no. & email id is invalid/ wrong/ not reachable then in such cases the verifying team may keep the form under rejected list. 18.If in case any form is wrongly verified by the verifying team then the team can use the admin login of the institute for the re-verification of the same before the last cut-off date for verification. 19.The registration forms for PH category of candidates having mental disability are not eligible for admission in technical courses and accordingly should not be verified. Further, the institute can fetch the desired documents from the candidate at the level of the institute for the purpose of verification. 75 20.Verifying teams are advised to inform the candidates to deposit the registration fee online on the website www.techadmissionshry.gov.in before the cut-off date of closing of registration forms then only verify the forms. 21.If the candidates have filled the registration form two or more times and selected different designated center for verification and got verified at both the centers then latest verification will be kept by HSTES for preparation of merit. 22.If the candidates have filled the registration form two or more times and selected the same designated center for verification then the latest form filled should be verified by the verification team and further if same candidate apply the form again for verification then that form should also be verified and duplicacy in this regard will be removed by HSTES (the latest form verified will be kept during the preparation of merit) at the time of display of merit for the course. 23.PPP ID is mandatory for Haryana Resident candidates and further details like name, father’s name, mother name, DOB, category, income etc. should be verified from PPP ID of such candidates, no additional document (only for the information which is verified from PPP ID) is required for the same. The particulars in PPP ID should be as per the qualifying document of the candidate. 24.The verifying team should check the particulars of the candidates mentioned in qualifying examination with the information fetched from the PPP ID during the verification process. If the particulars are found wrong during the verification process then contact such candidates to correct/ update their PPP ID first and to submit the same timely at the selected Designated Center before the closing of the verification process to avoid the cancelation of seats during the reporting period. 25.All the designated centers are advised to make aware all the aspiring candidates/ applicants from Haryana State to get their PPP IDs updated, corrected, with verified status and linked with their mobiles number, so that they may not face problems during their registration/ counseling/ admissions process (refer to https://meraparivar.haryana.gov.in). 26.The information for the Haryana Resident candidates will be fetched & verified automatically from PPP database during the online registration process and the fetched information will remain non editable for the designated centers except the cases where updated copy of PPP ID is submitted by the candidate at the selected designated center. 27.All designated center should check the list of recognised & non-recognised boards as per NIOS and recognised boards of BSEH, Bhiwani during the process of verification. Also, check the change of name of board before raising the query.The verifying team should check the name of boards (or with the old board name before changed) during the verification process. Further, the equivalency lists of boards is available on the website https://bseh.org.in/home whose equivalency has been given by the Bhiwani Board. 28.It is advised to keep one set of verified forms along with special categories and documents for all verified candidates simultaneously for further record and same 76 may be procured by HSTES if required after the closing of the portal for resolving the grievances. Note: The application forms received in the account of Designated Center should be checked within a period of four working days after receiving so that if there is any query regarding qualifying document of the candidate can be resolved timely to avoid grievances which are raised on the cut-off date. 29.If a other State candidate pass out from Haryana then he/ she will be eligible for HOGC category. But he can't avail the benefit of other categories like SC, SC-D, BCA, BCB, PH, EWS, TFW etc. of Haryana. 30.If a other State candidate (for the cases when he/ she is not pass out from Haryana State) opt wrongly HOGC inplace of AIC then in such cases send email to HSTES to correct his/ her category from HOGC to AIC before doing the verification. 31.All PPP ID candidates (except KM candidates) are eligible for all categories (as applicable) of Haryana State. 32.The KM Category candidates having PPP ID are eligible for AIC/ HOGC and KM category. But these candidates are not eligible for other reserved categories of State like SC, SC-D, BCA, BCB, PH, EWS, TFW etc. 33.If the KM Category candidate pass out from Haryana (not having PPP ID) then he/ she will be eligible for AIC/ HOGC and KM category only. 34.If a KM Category candidate not pass out from Haryana and not having PPP ID then he/ she will be eligible for AIC and KM category only. The institute (Govt., Aided and Self Financing Institutions) shall submit one set of documents self attested by the admitted candidates (whose details uploaded on HSTES portal upto cut off date) and duly authenticated by Institute to the concerned affiliating University /Board for authentication and registration purpose. The concerned affiliating University/ Board will further authenticate the documents of the admitted students submitted by the institute as per their schedule for registration of the students. 77 ANNEXURE - I Copy of letter No. 62/17/95-6 GSI Dated, Chandigarh, the 3rd October, 1996 From The Chief Secretary to Government Haryana To i) All Heads of Departments, Commissioners Ambala, Rohtak, Gurgaon and Hisar Divisions. ii) All Deputy Commissioners and all Sub Divisional Officers (Civil) in Haryana. iii) The Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court and all District and Session Judges in Haryana. Subject: “Bonafide residents of Haryana - Guidelines regarding”. I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Govt. letters noted in the margin on the subject noted above vide which the instructions were issued regarding simplification of procedure for obtaining the certificate of Domicile for the purpose of admission to educational institution (including technical/medical institution). The matter has been reconsidered in the light of judgment delivered by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the case of Dr. Pradeep Jain vs. Union of India and others reported as AIR 1984- SC-1421, wherein it has been held that instead of the word ‘Domicile’ the word ‘Resident’ be used in the instructions issued by the State Government and it has been decided to revise the Government instructions. Henceforth, the following categories of persons would be eligible for the grant of Resident Certificate: - i) Candidates, who have passed the examination qualifying there for selection in an institution from a school/college in Haryana. ii) Children / Wards (if parents are not living) / Dependents: - (a) of the employees of Haryana State posted in or outside Haryana State or working on deputation; (b) of the employees of the statutory bodies/corporations established by or under an act of the State. of Haryana who are posted in Chandigarh or in Haryana or outside Haryana. (c) of the employees of the Government of India posted in Chandigarh or in Haryana in connection with the affairs of the Haryana Government; iii) Children/wards (if parents not living)/dependents of persons who after retirement have permanently settled in Haryana and draw their pensions from the treasuries situated in the State of Haryana. iv) Children/wards (if parents are not living)/dependents of pensioners of Haryana Government irrespective of the fact that the original home of the retiree is in a state other than Haryana or he has settled after retirement in or outside Haryana; v) Children/Wards (if parents are not living)/dependents of persons, who have permanent home in Haryana and include persons who have been residing in Haryana for a period of not less than 15 years or who have permanent home in Haryana but on account of their occupation they are living outside Haryana; vi) The wives of such persons who are bonafide residents of Haryana irrespective of the fact that they had belonged to any other State before marriage; vii) Persons who were born in Haryana and produce a certificate to that effect; provided that the parents/ guardians (if parents are not living) of persons belonging to any one of the above mentioned categories are: 78 a) Citizen of India; b) Produce an affidavit to the effect that they or their children/wards (if parents are not living)/ dependents have not obtained the benefit of Resident in any other State. 2. All candidates claiming to be bonafide residents of Haryana should produce a Haryana Resident Certificate signed by the District Magistrate/General Assistant to Deputy Commissioner or Sub-Divisional Officer (Civil) of the District/Sub-Divisions to which the candidates belong. Resident Certificates in respect of elsewhere or in respect of the Children/Wards/Dependents of Haryana Govt. employees who are posted at Chandigarh, Delhi or elsewhere or in respect of Children /Wards/ Dependents of pensioners of Haryana Govt. or in respect of the Children/Wards/ Department of the employees of the Government of India posted at Chandigarh or in Haryana in connection with the affairs of Haryana Government, or in respect of Children/Wards/Dependents of the employees and retirees of the Statu- tory Bodies/Corporations of Haryana established by or under an Act of the State of Haryana or a Central Act and located at Chandigarh, Haryana or outside Haryana, should be by their respective Heads of Departments. 3. Candidates seeking admission in educational institutions (including medical and technical institutions) located in Haryana, may not be required to produce Resident Certificate, if they have passed the examination from a school/college situated in Haryana. For this purpose, a certificate of the Principal/ Headmaster from concerned institution where the children/wards studied last should be considered sufficient. The Principal/Headmaster of the institution shall be competent to issue such certificate, which should be sufficient. 4. If a candidate is admitted on the basis of claim that he belongs to the State of Haryana but at any subsequent time is discovered that his claim was false, the student shall be removed from the institution, all fees and other dues paid up to the date of such removal shall be confiscated. The Principal/ Headmaster may take such other action against the student and his/ her parents/guardians as he may deem proper in the circumstances of any particular case. 5. For the purpose of uniformity for issuing certificate of Residence in the case of various categories to be issued by the competent Authorities, proformas have been prescribed which are enclosed herewith. 6. These instructions may kindly be noted carefully for compliance and the receipt of this letter may please be acknowledge. Yours faithfully, Sd/- Under Secretary General Administration, for Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana, A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to: - i) All Financial Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana. ii) All Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana. Sd/- Under Secretary General Administration, for Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana, To i) All Financial Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana ii) All Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana. U.O. No. 62/17/95-6GSI Dated Chandigarh, the 31.10.96 79 ANNEXURE - IA No. 62/32/2000 – 6GSI From The Chief Secretary to Government Haryana To 1. All the Heads of Departments in Haryana. 2. The Commissioners Rohtak, Gurgaon, Hissar and Ambala divisions. 3. The Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court. 4. All the Deputy Commissioners in Haryana. 5. The Managing Directors of all Boards and Corporations in Haryana. 6. TheRegistrars,MaharishiDayanandUniversity,Rohtak,KurukshetraUniversity,Kurukshetra,Ch.Charan SinghHaryanaAgricultureUniversity,Hissar,GuruJambheshwarUniversity,HissarandCh.Devi LalUni versity, Sirsa Dated, Chandigarh the 23.05.2003 Sub: Bonafide residents of Haryana – Guidelines regarding. Sir, I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Government circular letter No. 62/17/95-6GSI, dated 3.10.1996 on the subject noted above vide which the powers of issuing Haryana Resident Certificate was vested with District Magistrate/General Assistant to Deputy Commissioner or Sub Divisional Officer (Civil) of the District/Sub Divisions. The matter has been reconsidered by the State Government in view of the problems being faced by the public in general and the students’ community in particular in obtaining a resident certificate from the concerned authorities. With a view to improve the existing system in public interest, it has been decided by the Government to delegate powers of District Magistrates/City Magistrates/Sub Divisional Officers (Civil) to Tehsildars to issue Haryana Resident Certificate to the claimant (s). Henceforth the Tehsildars of Revenue Department are authorized to issue Residents Certificates besides the aforesaid functionaries. These instructions may be observed by all concerned meticulously. Sd/- Yours faithfully, Under Secretary General Administration for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana To AlltheFinancialCommissionersandPrincipalSecretary/CommissionersandSecretariestoGovernment Haryana U.O. No. 62/32/2000- 6 GSI Dated, Chandigarh the 23.05.2003 80 ANNEXURE - IB No. 62/27/2003 – 6GSI From The Chief Secretary to Government Haryana To 1. All the Heads of Departments in Haryana. 2. The Commissioners Rohtak, Gurgaon, Hissar and Ambala divisions. 3. The Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court. 4. All the Deputy Commissioners in Haryana. 5. The Managing Directors of all Boards and Corporations in Haryana. 6. TheRegistrars,MaharishiDayanandUniversity,Rohtak,KurukshetraUniversity,Kurukshetra,Ch.Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University, Hissar, Guru Jambheshwar University, Hissar and Ch. Devi Lal University, Sirsa Dated, Chandigarh the July 29, 2003 Sub: Bonafide residents of Haryana – Guidelines regarding. Sir, I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Government circular letter No. 62/17/95-6GSI, dated 3.10.96 and No. 62/32/2000 - GSI, dated 23.5.2003 on the subject noted above vide which the instructions were issued regarding simplification of procedure for obtaining the certificate of resident purpose of admission to educational institutions (including technical/ medical institutions) 2. The matter has been reconsidered by the State Government in view of the problems faced by the children and wards of accredited journalists recognized by Government of Haryana and it has been decided that the children and wards of the accredited journalists residing at Chandigarh and recognized by Government of Haryana would also be eligible for the grant of Residence Certificate only for the purpose of admission in the academic institutions of Haryana State. 3. These instructions may kindly be noted carefully for compliance and the receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged. Yours faithfully, Under Secretary General Administration for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana A copy is forwarded to all the Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretaries/ Commissioners and Secretaries to Government of Haryana for information and necessary action. Under Secretary General Administration for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana To All the Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretary/ Commissioners and Secretaries to Government Haryana U.O. No. 62/27/2003- 6 GSI Dated, Chandigarh the July 29, 2003 81 ANNEXURE-II LIST OF SCHEDULED CASTES IN HARYANA STATE S. No. LIST OF SCHEDULED CASTES S. No. LIST OF DEPRIVED SCHEDULED CASTES 1. Ad Dharmi 1. Ad Dharmi 1. A Aheria, Aheri, Hari, Heri, Thori, Turi 2. Balmiki 2. Balmiki 3. Bangali 3. Bangali 4. Barar, Burar, Berar 4. Barar, Burar, Berar 5. Batwal, Barwala 5. Batwal, Barwala 6. Bauria, Bawaria 6. Bauria, Bawaria 7. Bazigar 7. Bazigar 8. Bhanjra 8. Bhanjra 9. Chanal 9. Chamar, Jatia Chamar, Rehgar, Raigar, Ramdasi, Ravidasi, Balahi, Batoi, Bhambi, Chamar-Rohidas, Jatav, Jatava, Ramdasia 10. Dagi 10. Chanal 11. Darain 11. Dagi 12. Deha, Dhaya, Dhea 12. Darain 13. Dhanak 13. Deha, Dhaya, Dhea 14. Dhogri, Dhangri, Siggi 14. Dhanak 15. Dumna, Mahasha, Doom 15. Dhogri, Dhangri, Siggi 16. Gagra 16. Dumna, Mahasha, Doom 17. Gandhila, Gandil, Gondola 17. Gagra 18. Kabirpanthi, Julaha 18. Gandhila, Gandil, Gondola 19. Khatik 19. Kabirpanthi, Julaha 20. Kori, Koli 20. Khatik 21. Marija, Marecha 21. Kori, Koli 22. Mazhabi, Mazhabi Sikh 22. Marija, Marecha 23. Megh, Meghwal 23. Mazhabi, Mazhabi Sikh 24. Nat, Badi 24. Megh, Meghwal 25. Od. 25. Nat, Badi 26. Pasi 26. Od. 27. Perna 27. Pasi 28. Pherera 28. Perna 29. Sanhai 29. Pherera 30. Sanhal 29. A Rai Sikh 31. Sansi, Bhedkut, Manesh 30. Sanhai 32. Sansoi 31. Sanhal 33. Sapela, Sapera 32. Sansi, Bhedkut, Manesh 34. Sarera 33. Sansoi 35. Sikligar, Bariya 34. Sapela, Sapera 36. Sirkiband 35. Sarera 36. Sikligar, Bariya 37. Sirkiband 82 ANNEXURE-III LIST OF BACKWARD CLASSES IN HARYANA STATE - BLOCK - A S. No CASTE NAME S. No. CASTE NAME 1. Aheria, Aheri, Heri, Naik, Thori or Turi, Hari 37. Kuchband 2. Barra 38. Labana 3. Beta, Hensi or Hesi 39. Lakhera, Manihar, Kachera 4. Bagria 40. Lohar, Panchal-Brahmin 5. Barwar 41. Madari 6. Barai,Tamboli 42. Mochi 7. Baragi, Bairagi, Swami Sadh 43. Mirasi 8. Battera 44. Nar 9. Bharbhunja, Bharbhuja 45. Noongar 10. Bhat, Bhatra, Darpi , Ramiya 46. Nalband 11. Bhuhalia Lohar 47. Pinja, Penja 12. Changar 48. Rehar, Rehara or Re 13. Chirimar 49. Raigar 14. Chang 50. Rai Sikhs 15. Chimba, Chhipi, Chimpa, Darzi Rohilla 51. Rechband 16. Daiya 52. Shorgir, Shergir 17. Dhobis 53. Soi 18. Dakaut 54. Singhikant, Singiwala 19. Dhimar, allah, Kashyap-Rajpoot, Kahar, Jhiwar, Dhinwar, Khewat, Mehra, Nishad, Sakka, Bhisti, Sheikh-Abbasi 55. Sunar, Zargar, Soni 20. Dhosali, Dosali 56. Thathera,Tamera 21. Faquir 57. Teli 22. Gwaria, Gauria or Gwar 58. Banzara, Banjara 23. Ghirath 59. Weaver (Jullaha) 24. Ghasi, Ghasiara or Ghosi 60. Badi/ Baddon 25. Gorkhas 61. Bhattu/ Chattu 26. Gawala, Gowala 62. Mina 27. Gadaria, Pal, Baghel 63. Rahbari 28. Garhi, Lohar 64. Charan 29. Hajjam, Nai, Nais, Sain 65. Chaaraj (Mahabrahman) 30. Jhangra-Bhrahman, Khati, Suthar Dhiman-Brahmin , Tarkhan, Barhai, Baddi 66. Udasin 31. Joginath, Jogi, Nath, Yogi 67. Ramgarhia 32. Kanjar or Kanchan 68. Rangrez, Ligar, Nilgar, Lallari 33. Kurmi 69. Dawala, Soni-Dawala, Nyaaria 34. Kumhars, Prajapati 70. Bhar, Rajbhar 35. Kamboj 71. Nat (Muslim) 36. Khanghera 72. Jangam LIST OF BACKWARD CLASSES IN HARYANA STATE (Block-B) S. No. CASTE NAME 1. Ahir/ Yadav 2. Gujjar 3. Lodh/ Lodha/ Lodhi 4. Saini, Shakya, Koeri, Kusshwaha, Maurya 5. Meo 6. Gosai/ Gosain/Goswami 83 ANNEXURE – IV CRITERIA FOR EXCLUDING CREAMY LAYERS FROM BACKWARD CLASSES Description of the Category To whom rule of exclusion will apply I. Constitutional Posts Son(s) and daughter(s) of: (a) President of India (b) Vice President of India (c) Judges of the Supreme Court and of the High Courts; (d) Chairman and Members of UPSC and of the State Public Service Commission; Chief Election Commission; Controller and Auditor General of India; (e) Persons holding Constitutional positions of like nature. II. Service Category A. Group A/Class-I Officers of the All India Central and Services (Direct Recruits) Son(s) and daughter(s) of: (a) Parents, both of whom are Class I Officers; (b) Parents, either of whom is a Class I Officer; (c) Parents, both of whom are Class I Officers; but one of them dies or suffers permanent incapacitation. (d) Parents, either of whom is a Class I Officer; and such parents dies or suffers permanent incapacitation and before such death or such incapacitation has the benefit of employment in any international organization like; U.N., I.M.F., World Bank etc. for a period not less than 5 years. (e) Parents, both of whom are Class I Officers die or suffers permanent incapacitation and before such death or such incapacitation of the both, either of them has had the benefit of employment in any international organization like; U.N., I.M.F., World Bank etc. for a period not less than 5 years. Provided that the rule of exclusion shall not apply in the following cases: (a) Sons and daughters of parents, either of whom or both of whom are class I Officers and such parent(s) dies/die or suffer permanent incapacitation. (b) A lady belonging to OBC category as got married to a Class I Officer, and may herself like to apply for a job. 84 B. Group B/Class-II Officers of the Central and State Services (Direct Recruitment) Son(s) and daughter(s) of: (a) Parents, both of whom are Class II Officers; (b) Parents, or whom, only the husband is a Class II Officer, and he gets into Class I at the age of 40 or earlier. (c) Parents, both of whom are Class II Officers; but one of them dies or suffers permanent incapacitation and either one of them has had the benefit of employment in any international organization like; U.N., I.M.F., World Bank etc. for a period not less than 5 years before such death or permanent incapacitation. (d) Parents, of whom, the husband is a Class I Officer (Direct recruit or pre-forty promoted) and wife is a Class II Officer and the wife dies or suffer permanent incapacitation; and (e) Parents, of whom, the wife is a Class I Officer (Direct recruit or pre-forty promoted) and the husband is a Class II Officer and the husband dies or suffer permanent incapacitation. Provided that the rule of exclusion shall not apply in the following cases: Sons and daughters of: (a) Parents, both of whom are class II Officers and one of them dies or suffer permanent incapacitation. (b) Parents, both of whom are Class II Officers; and both of them die or suffer permanent incapacitation, even though either of them has had the benefit of employment in any international organisation like; U.N., I.M.F., World Bank etc. for a period not less than 5 years before their death or permanent incapacitation. C. Employees in Public Sector Undertakings etc. The criteria enumerated in A and B above, in this category apply mutatis mutandi to officers holding equivalent or comparable posts in PSUs, banks, insurance organizations, equivalent or comparable basis in these institutions, the criteria specified in category V below will apply to the officers in these institutions. III. Armed Forces including Para Military Forces (persons holding civil posts not included) Son(s) and daughter(s) of either or both of whom is or are in the rank of Colonel and above in the army and to the equivalent posts in the Navy and the Air Force and the Paramilitary Forces: Provided that:- (i). If the wife of an Armed Force Officer is herself in the Armed Forces (i.e. the category under consideration) the rule of exclusion will apply only when she herself has reach the rank of colonel. (ii). The service ranks below colonel of husband and wife shall not be clubbed together. (iii). If the wife of an officer in the Armed Forces is in Civil Employment, this will not be taken into account for applying the rule of exclusion unless she false in the 85 service category under Item No. II, in which case, the criteria and condition enumerated therein, will apply to her independently. IV. Property Owners (Agricultural Holdings) Son(s) and Daughter(s) of persons belonging to a family (father, mother and minor children) which owns land more than land permissible under the Ceiling Act of Haryana State. V. Income/Wealth Test Son(s) and Daughter(s) of: (a) Persons having Gross Annual Income or rupees above 6.0 lacs rupess per annum (as per Social Welfare Notification No. 808-SW(1) dated 17.08.2016) or possessing wealth above the exemption limits as prescribed in the Wealth Tax for a period of three consecutive years. (b) Persons in categories I, II, III and IV, who are not disentitled to benefit of reservation but have income from other sources of wealth which will bring them within the income/wealth criteria mentioned in (a) above. Explanation: (i). Income from salaries or agricultural land shall not be clubbed. (ii). The income criteria in terms of rupee will be modified taking into account, the change in its value every three years. If the situation however, so demands, the interregnum may be less. (iii). Where the husband is in some profession and the wife is a Class II or lower grade employment, the income/wealth test will apply only on the basis of the husband’s income. (iv). If the wife is in any profession, and the husband is in employment in a Class II or lower rank post, then the income/wealth criterion will apply only the basis of the wife’s income and the husband’s income will not be clubbed with it. 86 ANNEXURE – IV-A 87 88 89 90 ANNEXURE -V CERTIFICATE FOR DECEASED OR DISABLED OR DISCHARGED MILITARY/ PARA-MILITARY PERSONNEL, EX-SERVICEMEN OR EX-PERSONNEL OF PARA-MILITARY FORCES Certified that Number______________________________________ Rank ______________________________ Name _____________________________________________ Son of __________________________________ Father of _______________________________ Resident of Village ____________________ Post Office ________________________ Tehsil ________________________ Distt. _____________________________ belonging to the State of Haryana has served in the Army / Air Force /Navy (Name of the Para-Military Force) from ___________________ to ____________________ and subsequently invalided out of service as under : 1) Medical Category i) For JCO's __________________________________________________________ ii) For ORS: Shape-I, II, III etc. ________________________________________________ iii) For Rank/Designation (in case of Para Military Forces) _____________________________ 2) Reason of discharge/retirement _____________________________________________ 3) Death whether killed in action _____________________________________________ or any other reason ____________________________________________________ 4) If killed in action name of the war/operation ________________________________________ 5) Disabled: Whether disabled during the war/operation (name) __________________________ 6) Nature of disability i) Whether permanent i.e. for life _______________________________________ ii) Whether temporary Upto what extent) __________________________________________ Next RSMB IS DUE _________________________________________________________________ Name of Records _____________________________________________________________ Signature of the issuing authority with designation and official seal and stamp Case No. ________________________ Date ________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Note: Only the certificate issued by the Officer duly authorized by the Army / Navy / Air Force / Concerned Para-Military Force Headquarters, as the case may be, shall be entertained. 91 ANNEXURE - VI HARYANA RESIDENT CERTIFICATE (For bonafide Residents of Haryana only) Certified that Mr./Ms. _______________________________son/daughter of Sh._________________________ _____________R/O (complete address)__________________________________________________________ since__________________________ _____________and applicant for admission to various Diploma Courses in Haryana is a bonafide resident of Haryana State in terms of Chief Secretary to Govt. of Haryana letter No. 62/17/95-6 GS1 dated 3.10.96 and letter No. 62/27/2003/6 GS1 dated 29.7.2003 under clause. No. __________ (Signature of the attesting authority) Date: __________ Name __________________ Place: __________ Designation __________________ (With legible office seal) Note: i) For authorities competent to sign this certificate, please see Annexure-I. ii) The candidates, who have passed their qualifying examinations from the Board of Haryana are not required to produce Certificate of Haryana Resident. ANNEXURE -VII CERTIFICATE FROM THE EMPLOYER IN THE CASE OF EMPLOYEES OF GOVT. OF HARYANA, MEMBERS OF ALL INDIA SERVICES BORNE ON HARYANA CADRE, EMPLOYEES OF STATUTORY BODIES / CORPORATION Certified that Mr./Ms. _______________________________________________ son/daughter/wife of Sh. _________ is serving as a Regular /Adhoc / Contract employee of Govt. of Haryana / Members of All India Services Borne on Haryana cadre / Regular / Adhoc / Contract employees of Statutory Body / Corporation established by or under an Act of State of Haryana. Presently, he/ she is posted as ________________________ in the Department _______________________ ______at ________________ (place of posting). Mr./Ms. ______________________________________________ __________________________is his/ her son/ daughter/dependent (if parents are not living), seeking admission in various diploma courses in Haryana for session 2014. No.____________ Signature of Employer Dated: ________________ Designation__________ Place: ________________ (legible Seal) ________________________________________________________________________ Strike out whichever is not applicable. 92 ANNEXURE -VIII Haryana Government Certificate Sr. No………../Year………../Teh…………. SCHEDULED CASTE - CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Shri/Smt./Kumari ______________________________ Son/daughter of Shri _________________ resident of ___________________ village/town _________________ Tehsil _____________ District _________________ of the State/Union Territory _______________ belongs to the __________ Caste/Tribe, which is recognized as a Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled tribe under the Consitution (Seheduled Castes) order, 1950. 2. Shri/Smt./Kumari _____________ and/or his/ her family ordinarily reside(s) in _________________ Village/Town ______________ of Tehsil _______________ District __________________ of the State/Union Territory ___________________. Signature with seal of Issuing Authority Full Name……………………………. Designation………………………….. Address with Telephone No. with code…………….. Place………………… Date…………………..  Issuing Authority: Tehsildar-cum-Executive Magistrate, Naib Tehsildar-cum-Executive Magistrate. Head o Department in case of Government employees  Strike out the paragraph which is not applicable.  For instructions refer to www.csharyana.gov.in Photo of Applicant to be attested by the Issuing Authority 93 ANNEXURE –VIII-A HARYANA GOVERNMENT DEPRIVED SCHEDULED CASTES CETIFICATE This is to certify that Mr./Mrs…………………………………………………………………… son/daughter/o.Sh……………………………………………………………………………………………………….………… resident of…………………………The………….District……………….of the Haryana state belongs to the……………..caste which is recognized as Scheduled Castes under the Constitution (Scheduled Castes) order 1950 and this caste has been declared as Deprived Scheduled Caste by the Government of Haryana vide Gazzette Notification No. Leg./15/2020 dated 15.05.2020. This certificate is being issued to him/her on the basis of verification of Naib Tehsildar/ Tehsildar. Signature…………………………………………………………... Name …………………………………………………………... Dated:…………………………………... Rubber Stamp ofNaib Tehsildarffehsildar Place:………………………………….. 94 ANNEXURE -IX Haryana Government Certificate Sr. No………../Year………../Teh…………. BACKWARD CLASS CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Shri/Smt./Kumari ______________________________ Son/daughter of Shri _________________ resident of ___________________ village/town _________________ Tehsil _____________ District _________________ of the State/Union Territory _______________ belongs to the __________ Caste. This caste is mentioned in the State list of BC Block _________________________. (The applicant shall submit an affidavit that he/ she falls/does not fall in creamy layer) 2. Shri/Smt./Kumari _____________ and/or his/ her family ordinarily reside(s) in _________________ Village/Town ______________ of Tehsil _______________ District __________________ of the State/Union Territory ___________________. 3. This is to certify that he/ she does not belong to the person/section (Creamy layer) as per State Govt. letter No. 1170-SW(1)-95 dated 7-6-1995, No. 22/36/2000-3GS-III dated 09.08.2000, No. 213-SW(1)-2010 dated 31-08-2010 & No. 22/22/2004-3GSIII dated 06.01.2014. Signature with seal of Issuing Authority Full Name……………………………. Designation………………………….. Address with Telephone No. with code…………….. Place………………… Date…………………..  Issuing Authority: Tehsildar-cum-Executive Magistrate, Naib Tehsildar-cum-Executive Magistrate. Head o Department in case of Government employees  Strike out the paragraph which is not applicable.  For instructions refer to www.csharyana.gov.in Photo of Applicant to be attested by the Issuing Authority 95 ANNEXURE -X AFFIDAVIT (BY THE PARENTS OF THE BACKWARD CLASS CATEGORY CANDIDATES) I _________________________ Father/Mother of _______________________Resident of _________________ ____________Tehsil _________________________ District ___________________________ seeking admission to Diploma coursess in Haryana do hereby solemnly affirm and declare that I belong to ___________________ Caste, which is included in the list of Backward Classes Block 'A' / 'B' approved by the Haryana Govt. I further declare and affirm that I and my wife / husband are not covered under the criteria fixed by Haryana Govt. vide letter No. 1170/SW (1)-95 dated 7-6-95 & No. 22/22/2004-3GSIII dated 06.01.2014 for excluding socially advanced persons / sections (Creamy Layer) from Backward Classes. I further undertake that in case the information contained in the above para is found false at any stage, the Competent Authority will be entitled to cancel the admission. Dated: _____________ DEPONENT Place: _____________ VERIFICATION Verified that the above statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief and nothing has been concealed therein. Dated: _____________ DEPONENT Place: _____________ _______________________________________________________________________ ANNEXURE -XI MEDICAL CERTIFICATE FROM PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED CANDIDATES OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER No. ____________________ Dated ______________ Certified that Shri/Km./Smt./ ___________________________ son/daughter/wife of Shri ___________________________ resident of ___________________________ District __________________________ appeared before the Medical Board for medical check up. On his/ her Medical Examination, it is found that the nature of handicap/disability is______________% and is as under: ___________________________________________________________________ Thus the candidate is physically handicapped as per standard norms of Haryana. (Signature of the Applicant) Chief Medical Officer Dated: ____________ Place: ____________ ________________ Haryana (Seal of the above authority)  The handicap disability should not be less than 40% and should not interfere with the requirement of professional Diploma Courses. 96 ANNEXURE -XII CERTIFICATE REQUIRED TO BE FURNISHED BY CHILDREN/GRAND CHILDREN OF FREEDOM FIGHTERS Certified that Shri ________________________________________ ____________________________Son / Daughter of Sh. _____________________________________ _______________________________resident of (complete address) ________________________________________________________________________Freedom Fighter of Haryana (Identity No. ___________________________________) is Father/Grand Father of Mr. /Ms. ___________________ of Village / Town ______________________ Police station ___________________ ______________________Tehsil _________________________ District _____________________________ No._______________________________ Date: _______________________________ Deputy Commissioner of Place: ______________________________ concerned District of Haryana (SEAL OF OFFICE) ANNEXURE-XIII Certificate For the candidate applying for Diploma Engg. under Haryana Govt.School Toppers (HGST) Category Certificate (To be filled in by the concerned Principal of Govt.School) Certified that Mr./Ms. s/d/o Sh. _ _ _ _ _ is topper of the 10th class examination conducted by Board of School Education Haryana in the current year 2015 at Govt School____________________________(Name of Govt.School) and strength of his/ her class was_____ Principal of Govt.School (Signature, Seal and Name of the Principal) 97 ANNEXURE –XIV CERTIFICATE OF MEDICAL FITNESS (TO BE DEPOSITED AT THE TIME OF JOINING) To be obtained from any Govt./ Registered Medical Practitioner having MBBS Degree . Please note that in no other form this certificate will be accepted. (Please refer to prescribed standards given overleaf) Name....................................................................................................... (In Block Letters) Father’s Name: Sh................................................................ ................... Height: .............................................. Weight.......................................... Chest: ..................................................................................................... Heart and Lungs: ........................................................................................ Vision: L: .................................................. R: ........................................ Colour Vision: .................................................... ...................................... Hearing: ................................................................................................... Hernia/Hydrocele/Piles: ............................................................................ Remarks: ................................................................................................. I certify that I have carefully examined Mr. /Ms............................................................... Son/daughter of Shri ........................................................................... who has signed in my presence. He/ she has no mental and physical disease and is FIT. Signature of the Candidate Station: ................ Signature of Govt./ Registered Medical Practitioner having MBBS Dated…………………… Degree with legible seal. 98 ANNEXURE –XIV (A) PRESCRIBED MEDICAL STANDARDS FOR ADMISSION A Diploma Courses profession demands good physique and stamina. An applicant who suffer from any organic defect or does not have sound health so as to bear the strain of the course which must be heightened in his/ her professional life would be well advised not to take up the Diploma Courses Profession. He/ she must fulfill the following medical standards.  HEIGHT: Not less than 1.5 meter for male candidates, and not less than 1.2 meters for female candidates.  WEIGHT: 41 kg. Approximatel y for male candidates and 37Kg. approximately for female candidates.  CHEST MEASUREMENT: Not less than 69 cms. with satisfactory limit of expansion and contraction for male candidates only.  HEART and LUNGS : No abnormality  HARNIA, HYDROCELE and Presence of these is a temporary disqualification to be rectified before joining the course of study.  VISION: Normal, where defective, it must be corrected to 6/9 in the better eye and 6/12 in the worse eye. Eye should be free from congenital and other disease. In case of admission to Textile Courses, the candidates must also be free from colour blindness (inability to distinguish between principal colours).  HEARING: Normal, Where defective, it must be corrected. 99 ANNEXURE – XV CHARACTER CERTIFICATE Certified that Mr./Miss/Mrs.____________________________________ Son/daughter of Shri__________________ has been a bonafide student of this institution during the period_____________________________________He/ she appeared in the _________________Examination of the institution/Board held in ________________________under Roll No. __________________________ and *passed obtaining _________________________________Marks out of __________________________ marks or *failed / *placed under compartment in the subject of ________________ _______________________. 1. Academic Distinction, if any____________________________________ 2. Co-curricular activities, if any ___________________________________ 3. Brief particulars of disciplinary action by Institution/Board including punishment such as Expulsion, warning, Fined for violation of hostel rules. UMC/disqualification etc., if any _____________________________________________________________. 4. General Conduct during stay in the institution: Good/Satisfaction/Unsatisfactory 5. He/ she bears good/bad Character. No._____________________ Signature Principal (with office seal) Date: ____________________ _____________________________________________________________________ *Strike out whichever is not applicable ANNEXURE –XVI CERTIFICATE FOR THE EX-EMPLOYEES OF INDIAN DEFENCE SERVICES/ PARA-MILITARY FORCES Certified that Number _________________________ Rank ____________________________Name ___________________________ S/o or D/o _________________________________________ Father/ Mother of ________________________ Resident of Village __________________________________ Post Office ________________________ Tehsil ___________________________________________ Distt. _________________________________ belonging to the State of Haryana as per his/ her service record at the time of entry into service, had served in the Army / Air Force / Navy (Name of the ParaMilitary Force) from ___________________ to _______________________________ and subsequently discharged/retired from the service on ____________________ as per his/ her service record at the time of entry into service the home address given is ______________________________________________ (Distt. ________________) Haryana. Signature Place ________________________ Officer Commanding/ Competent Authority Date ________________________ (with Official Seal) _____________________________________________________________________ (Strike out whichever is not applicable) 100 ANNEXURE –XVII Tuition Fees Waiver scheme (TFW) (Extract from Approval Process Handbook 2024-25 of AICTE) 12 Tuition Fees Waiver scheme (TFW) 12.1 a Scheme shall be applicable to all approved Technical Institutions offering Bachelor programs, Diploma and Post Diploma programs and lateral entry provisions of these programs. b Seats up to maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available for these admissions. These supernumerary seats shall be available only to such Course(s) in an Institution, where a minimum of 50% of “Approved Intake” are filled up in last Academic year. c The Competent Authority for admissions shall be the same as for regular admissions. d The scheme shall be mandatory for all Institutions approved by the Council. 12.2 Eligibility a Sons and daughters of parents whose annual income is less than or equal to Rs.8.00 Lakhs from all sources shall only be eligible for seats under this scheme b The Waiver is limited to the tuition fees as approved by the State Level Fees Committee for self-financing Institutions and by the Government for the Government and Government Aided Institutions. All other fees except tuition fees will have to be paid by the beneficiary. c The Competent Authority for admissions shall be the same as for regular admissions and up to five percent of its sanctioned intake per course shall be available for these admissions. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. 12.4 Admissions Procedure a Under this Scheme, up to five percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available for these admissions. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature. These supernumerary seats shall be available only to such Course(s) in an Institution, where a minimum of 50% of “Approved Intake” are filled up in last Academic year. b The competent authority to effect these admissions is the State Government or its designated authority. c In the event of non-availability of students in this category the same shall not be given to any other category of applicants. d State Admission authority shall invite applications under this category, make a separate merit list for this category and effect admissions on the basis of the merit list so generated. e The Institutions shall publish in their brochure and web site the details of this scheme. f Competent Authority for admissions shall submit a separate list of the students admitted under this category to the Institute to which they are admitted for compliance. g A letter in this respect shall be issued by the Competent Authority for admissions to each beneficiary student admitted under this scheme and he / she shall not be allowed to change Institution/course under any circumstances h The Institutions shall also display information regarding admitted candidates in their web sites for information to the students and other stakeholders 101 ANNEXURE –XVIII UNDERTAKING BY THE STUDENT I, (full name of student with admission/registration/enrolment number) S/o / d/o /Mr./Mrs./Ms ____ 1) having been admitted to (name of the institution) have received a copy of the AICTE regulations on Curbing the menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009, (hereinafter called the “Regulations”) carefully read and fully understood the provisions contained in the said Regulations. 2) I have, in particular, perused clause 3 of the Regulations and am aware as to what constitutes ragging. 3) I have also, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the Regulation and am fully aware of the penal and administrative action that is liable to be taken against me in case I am found guilty of or abetting ragging, actively or passively, or being part of a conspiracy to promote ragging. 4) I hereby solemnly aver and undertake that a) I will not indulge in any behavior or act that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. b) I will not participate in or abet or propagate through any act of commission or omission that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. 5) I hereby affirm that, if found guilty of ragging, I am liable for punishment according to clause 9.1 of the Regulations, without prejudice to any other criminal action that may be taken against me under any penal law or any law for the time being in force. 6) I hereby declare that I have not been expelled or debarred from admission in any institution in the country on account of being found guilty of, abetting or being part of a conspiracy to promote, ragging; and further affirm that, in case the declaration is found to be untrue, I am aware that my admission is liable to be cancelled. Declared this day of month of year Signature of Student 102 ANNEXURE –XIX UNDERTAKING BY PARENT/GUARDIAN I, Mr./ Mrs./ Ms. (full name of parent/guardian) father / mother/guardian of (full name of student with admission /registration/enrolment number), 1) having been admitted to (name of the Institution), have received a copy of the AICTE regulations on Curbing the menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009, (hereinafter called the “Regulations”) carefully read and fully understood the provisions contained in the said Regulations. 2) I have, in particular, perused clause 3 of the Regulations and am aware as to what constitutes ragging. 3) I have also, in particular, perused clause 7 and clause 9.1 of the Regulations and am fully aware of the penal and administrative action that is liable to be taken against my ward in case he/ she is found guilty or abetting ragging, actively or passively, or being part of a conspiracy to promote ragging. 4) I hereby solemnly aver and undertake that a) My ward will not indulge in any behavior or act that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. b) My ward will not participate in or abet or propagate through any act of commission or omission that may be constituted as ragging under clause 3 of the Regulations. 5) I hereby affirm that, if found guilty of ragging, my word is liable for punishment according to clause 9.1 of the Regulations, without prejudice to any other criminal action that may be taken against my ward under any penal law or any law for the time being in force. 6) I hereby declare that my word has not been expelled or debarred from admission in any institution in the country on account of being found guilty of, abetting or being part of a conspiracy to promote, ragging; and further affirm that, in case the declaration is found to be untrue, I am aware that my admission my word is liable to be cancelled. Declared this day of month of year Signature of Parent/ Guardian Name: Address: Telephone/Mobile No: 103 ANNEXURE –XX Government of Haryana (Name & Address of the authority issuing the certificate) (ECONOMICALLY WEAKER SECTIONS) EWS INCOME AND ASSET CERTIFICATE Certificate No…………………………………… Date…………………………………………. VALID FOR THE YEAR………………………………………………. This is to certify that Shri/Smt. /Kumari…………………………… son/daughter/wife of …………………………….is permanent resident of …………………………………village/street…………………………post Office ……………………… , District ……………………….Pin Code ……………………….whose photograph is affixed below and attested below ** is below Rs.6Lakh (Rupees Six Lakh only) for the financial year………………….. It is further certified that his/her family does not own or possess any of the following assest*** I. 5 acres of agriculture land and above; II. Residential flat of 1000 sq. ft. and above; III. Residential plot of 100 sq. yards and above in notified municipalities; IV. Residential plot of 200 sq. yards and above in areas other than the notified municipalities. V. Total immovable assets owned are valued at Rs. One Crore or more. 2. Shri/Smt./Kumari……………………………………………………………………………….belong to the …………………………………………………………..caste, which is not recognized as a Scheduled Caste, Backward Classes (Block-A) and Backward Classes (Block-B). Signature with seal of Office Name Designation *Note1: Income means income from all sources i.e. salary, business, profession etc. **Note2: The term ‘Family” for this purpose will include the person, who applies for benefit of reservation, his/her parents, spouse as well as children and siblings below the age 18 years. ***Note3: The property held by a “Family” in different locations or different places/cities are to be clubbed while applying the land or property holding test to determine EWS status. Recent Passport size attested photograph of the applicant 104 ANNEXURE –XXI 105 106 107 108 109 Latest Job Top 5 job in Haryana Top 10 job in Inida Top 5 job in Police Top 10 job in Haryana Top 10 Job Army Top 10 job in Bihar Top 10 Job in MP Top 10 job in Rajasthan Top 10 Police Job Top 10 Teaching Job Top 10 Data entry jobs Top 10 Offline Form Top Online FOrm Top 10 Army top 10 All india job top 10 job Junior Assistant Top 10 typist job Top 10 stenographer job Top 10 clerk Job in Haryana

Haryana Polytechnic Admission 2024

Diploma Engg. Important Dates

  • Starting Date : 25/04/2024
  • Last Date : 03/06/2024 11:59 PM
  • Fees Last Date : 03/06/2024
  • Form Verification : 26 April To 04 June 2024
  • Merit List Out : 06/06/2024
  • Counseling Date : Available Soon
  • Session Start Date : Available Soon

Lateral Entry Important Dates

  • Starting Date : 25/04/2024
  • Last Date : 27/05/2024 11:59 PM
  • Fees Last Date : 27/05/2024
  • Form Verification :26 April To 28 May 2024
  • Merit List Out : 30/05/2024
  • Counseling Date : Available Soon
  • Session Start Date : Available Soon

Diploma Pharmacy Important Dates

  • Starting Date : Available Soon
  • Last Date : Available Soon 11:59 PM
  • Merit List Out : Available Soon
  • Counseling Date : Available Soon

Application Fees

  • General (Male) : 1000/-
  • SC / SCD / BC / FF : 700/-
  • PH / ESM / Females : 700/-
  • EWS / KM / HGST : 700/-
  • Payment Mode : Online Mode

Course Wise Qualification

Post Name
Qualification
Duration
Diploma Engineering
  • 10th Class Passed.
03 Years
Engineering Diploma Lateral Entry
  • 12th Class Passed / ITI in Relevant Field.
02 Years
Diploma Pharmacy
  • 12th Passed with Physics, Chemistry, Maths / Biology.
04 Years

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