ADVANCED STANDING: If students have completed a 1 or 2 years of a degree or an Edexcel HND, or another recognised qualification, they may be considered (at the School's discretion) for advanced entry.
PRE-MASTERS: Students must have to pass an aggregate score of 40% (Third Class) degree from a recognised educational body.
POST-GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS: Students must have at least a 3 year Second Division Honours Bachelor of Arts, Science or Commerce (minimum length 3 years), or BEng, BAgriculture, B Laws, B Medicine, B Dentistry (3 year Bachelor or Arts, Science or Commerce, BTech etc - i.e. not Honours also acceptable) and have scored an average of: 50% or above from the following Universities: Delhi; Mumbai; Pune; Kolkata; Chennai; Anna; Bharatiyar; MSU Baroda; Bangalore 55% or above from all other recognised institutions Universities we are aware of with different grading scales and required score:
- Gujarat Technological University: CGPA 5.8
- Amity University: CGPA 5.5
- Kannur University: B or above. (A = 75 to 89, B+ = 60 to 74, B =50 to 59)
- Postgraduate awards such as masters, D.Pharm, MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) would permit entry to suitable programmes.
MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) programmes do not give a final classification so a 'pass' would be acceptable.
On some degree certificates, the classification mentions two (or three parts). Part I (or Parts I and II) usually refer to compulsory language studies such as English and Hindi, or a regional language, while Part II (or Part III) refers to the major areas of study.
The standard pattern for a bachelor degree used to be two years of full-time study following 10 years of schooling and two years of intermediate study.
The two-year bachelor degree was offered at some universities in West Bengal up to 1999/2000, but it was gradually phased out in the other states starting in the 1960s. The present system is commonly referred to as the 10+2+3 pattern, requiring three years of study for a bachelor degree in arts, science and commerce. (Source: Nokut)
Provisional degree certificate can be accepted however they must be accompanies by final / official transcripts.