AMU Admissions 2017

Aligarh Muslim University popularly known as AMU is the premier central University situated in the middle of Doab, Aligarh. The University conducts the entrance examination for several courses that include B.Sc (Hons.), B.Com (Hons.), BA (Hons.), B.Tech, B.Arch, MBA, MBA (IB), PG Diploma in Islamic Banking & Finance, B.Ed, BA LLB, Diploma in Engineering, Senior Secondary School Certificate (Science Stream), Senior Secondary School Certificate (Humanities & Commerce Streams).

The admission to the candidates is provided on the basis of his/her performance in the entrance examination. Admission into MBBS & BDS course will be based on NEET Score. For each course, the application fee is different.

We have provided complete information about AMU Admissions 2017 regarding Application Form, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Admit Card and Result in this very article.

AMU Exam Dates

The details regarding AMU 2017 exam dates for each course is given below:

Courses Application Fee Last Date Test Date
Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery Rs. 350 18thFebruary 2017 19th April 2017
B.Sc (Hons.) Rs. 350 20thFebruary 2017 23rd April 2017
B.Com (Hons.) Rs. 350 20thFebruary 2017 23rd April 2017
BA (Hons.) Rs. 350 20thFebruary 2017 23rd April 2017
B.Tech Rs. 550 22ndFebruary 2017 30th April 2017
B.Tech/B.Arch Rs. 650 22ndFebruary 2017 30th April 2017
M.Sc (Biotechnology) Rs. 350 27thFebruary 2017 4th May 2017
MBA /MBA (IB)/PG Diploma in Islamic Banking & Finance Rs. 550 27thFebruary 2017 7th May 2017
B.Ed Rs. 350 27thFebruary 2017 7th May 2017
BA (Hons.)Foreign Languages Rs. 350 27thFebruary 2017 8th May 2017
BA LLB Rs. 550 27thFebruary 2017 8th May 2017
SSSC (Science Stream) & Diploma in Engineering Rs. 450 1stMarch 2017 14th May 2017
SSSC (Humanities & Commerce Streams) Rs. 450 1stMarch 2017 14th May 2017
MFC/ MTA Rs. 350 4thMarch 2017 18th May 2017
Diploma Courses through CET Rs. 350 4thMarch 2017 20th May 2017
BE (Evening) Rs. 350 4thMarch 2017 21st May 2017
MCA Rs. 350 4thMarch 2017 21st May 2017
MA (Mass Communication) Rs. 350 4thMarch 2017 22nd May 2017
B.L.I.Sc Rs. 350 4thMarch 2017 24th May 2017
MSW Rs. 350 4thMarch 2017 25th May 2017
BSW Rs. 350 4thMarch 2017 4th June 2017
Pre-Tib Rs. 350 20thFebruary 2017 11th June 2017
BUMS Rs. 350  – Through NEET but candidate shall have to appear to qualify urdu test to be conducted by AMU at Aligarh.
MBBS/ BDS Rs. 500  – Through NEET but only candidates who will register Online will be considered for Admission.
MD/MS/ PG Diplom Courses Rs. 500 4thFebruary 2017 Through NEET but only candidates who will register Online will be considered for Admission.
MDS Rs. 500 4thFebruary 2017 Through NEET but only candidates who will register Online will be considered for Admission.

AMU 2017 Application Form

AMU 2017 entrance examination will be conducted for several courses. The candidates are required to fill the separate application form for each course of study. The application can be filled via offline mode through the official website. The form is announced from the 23rd January 2017. After filling the application form, candidates have to submit the application with all the relevant documents through offline mode in the given address:

Joint Controller,
Admission Section,
Office of the Controller of Examination
AMU, Aligarh

Note: Candidates applying for admission to B.Tech. can also apply for admission to B.Arch. on the same Application Form after paying additional Admission Test fee of Rs. 100.

Application Fee

There is only one modes of payment: Online Payment via Net Banking, Credit Card/Debit Card.

Courses Application Fee
B.Tech. only 550/-
B.Tech. & B.Arch. 650/-
S.S.S.C. (Science) & Diploma in Engineering 450/-
M.Sc. (Biotechnology) 350/-
S.S.S.C. (Humanities & Commerce) 450/-
B. Ed. 350/-
M.B.A./M.B.A(IB) 550/-
B.A. LL.B. 550/-
B. Com. (Hons.) 350/-
B. A. (Hons.) 350/-
B. Sc. (Hons.) 350/-

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for different courses of AMU is discussed below:

Nationality:

Only Indian national can apply.

Age Limit

Diploma Courses – Maximum Age Limit 19/21 years
Graduate Courses – Maximum Age Limit 24 years
Postgraduate Courses – Maximum Age Limit 27 years
PG Diploma Courses – Maximum Age Limit 29 years

For B.Sc (Hons.):

It must be required for the aspirants to pass Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination or its equivalent examination with minimum 55% aggregate in English & three subjects from amongst Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics.

For B.A. (Hons.):

Minimum educational qualification required is Senior Secondary School Certificate or its equivalent examination from the recognized University with minimum aggregate of 50% marks in English and in any three of the subjects from amongst Accountancy, Arabic, Banking, Biology, Biotechnology, Business Organization, Business Studies, Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Economics, English, Fine Arts, Geography, Hindi, History, Home Science, Islamic Studies, Mathematics, Persian, Philosophy, Physical Health Education, Physics, Political Science/Civics, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sociology, Urdu and modern Indian Languages.

For M.Sc (Biotechnology):

Those who have completed their bachelor degree in 10+2+3 education pattern with Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Agriculture, Veterinary Sciences or with Chemistry are eligible to apply for this course.
If the candidates possessing B.Tech, MBBS or B.Pharma degree with at least 55% marks then he/she is eligible to apply.
Sc degree holders or those who have passed their M.Sc (1 year) with 55% marks are also eligible to apply.

For MBA:

Minimum qualification of Bachelor’s degree with 50% aggregate marks is required to apply for this course.

For B.Tech and B.Arch:

The qualification eligibility required for this course is Senior secondary School Certificate of this University or an equivalent examination passed with 50% aggregate marks in English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Those who have successfully completed Diploma in Engineering with minimum aggregate of 50% marks are also eligible to apply for both the courses.

For B.A.LL.B:

Must have passed Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination with 50% marks in aggregate.
The candidate wants to apply for this course should not have the age more than 22 years as on 1st July of the year of admission.

For Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery:

Senior Secondary School Certificate of this University or an equivalent examination passed with 40% aggregate marks in any one of the following subjects:
Science/Arts stream with English Core/English Elective
Health care science in vocational stream only
Vocational ANM
Age limit must be in between 17-35 years as on or before 1st September of the year of admission. No age criteria for ANM candidates.

Note: The Age limit will not be applicable in the Faculty of Medicine/Unani Medicine and for foreign nationals/NRIs.

AMU Exam Pattern

Here, we have mentioned the examination pattern course-wise and is as follows. The medium of all the test should be English except where a question paper is set in a language other than English.

For B.Tech Course:

Exam Duration: The duration of the exam will be three hours.
Type of Question: The question paper will objective type.
No. of Questions: Total 150 questions will be asked in examination.
Marking Scheme: One mark will be given to the candidates for correct answer.
Negative Marking: There is no process of negative marking.
Subjects: The question paper will comprised of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics.

For B.Sc (Hons) Home Science (Agricultural Sciences):

There will be one question paper contains 100 objective type questions and includes the following sections:

Sections Subjects Maximum Marks
I English 25
II Chemistry 25
III Physics 25
IV Mathematics 25
V Biology 25
VI Home Science (Agr. Sciences) 25

First three sections are compulsory while there will be choice for the candidates to attempt only one section from the last three sections. It has the time duration of 2 hours.

For B.A. (Hons.):

The question paper will contain 100 multiple choice questions and is divided into the following sections:

Sections Maximum Marks
English 25
Indo-Islamic Culture and Aligarh Movement 25
General Awareness and Current Affairs 40
Reasoning and Intelligence 10

The time allotted to the candidates to answer the questions will be 2 hours.

For B.Com. (Hons.):

It is the 2 hours duration examination. The question paper has 100 objective type questions separated into the following components:

Subjects Maximum Marks
English 25
Accountancy 20
Business Studies 15
Economics 10
Elementary Mathematics and Statistics 10
Reasoning and Numerical Ability 10
General Awareness 10

For B.Arch:

It has 2 papers contains equal marks weightage and the time duration for both the papers will be 2 hours. Paper-1 will be common with B.Tech applicants. Paper-2 is the architecture aptitude test that contains descriptive questions and test of drawing. It must be necessary for the candidates to secure 40% marks then only he/she will be eligible for the selection. For both the papers, the time duration will be 3 hours.

For Diploma in Engineering:

It contains 100 objective type questions with the following breakup:

Science (Physics and Chemistry) 40 Marks
Mathematics 40 Marks
General Knowledge 10 Marks
Indo-Islamic Culture 10 Marks

It has the time duration of 2 hours.

For B.A.L.L.B.

There will be 75 objective type questions (75% weightage) and 25 short answer type questions (25% weightage) and will be divided in General English, Current Affairs/General Knowledge (with emphasis on legal issues), Reasoning and Aptitude. It has the time duration of 2 hours.

For MBA:

There is only one objective type paper of 200 marks and contains 200 questions on Environmental Awareness, Quantitative and Numerical Ability, Comprehension and Verbal Ability, Reasoning and Intelligence, Data Analysis and Interpretation. It has the time duration of 3 hours.

Note: The additional time to the extent of 25% of the test duration will be provided to the blind candidates. Such candidates are provided with the scribe but these candidates have to submit the written request for the same before 7 days of the examination.

AMU Admit Card 2017

The University uploads the AMU 2017 admit card for the admission test courses on its official website. The admit card will not be sent to the candidates via post. It will be downloadable from the controller’s website. The candidates are required to paste the recent passport size photograph on the downloaded admit card. The admit card for departmental courses will be issued one or two days before the examination and will be collected from the office where application form had submitted.

AMU Result 2017

The AMU 2017 result will be published on the notice board of the concerned faculty/college/centre/proctor’s office/controller’s website. The candidates can check their result in the month of May/June tentatively. The shortlisted candidates are called for the counselling for the seat allotment.

AMU Counselling 2017

The candidates who are shortlisted for AMU 2017 counselling will be intimated through the notice boards of the concerned faculty. Admission to the particular course or branch will be followed by counselling. The distribution of seats and courses shall be offered through counselling. No separate intimation letters will be sent to the candidates Selected / short-listed for interview/ counseling (wherever applicable) for admission/admission.

Admission

The final allotment of seats will be done on the basis of the marks secured by the candidates in entrance exam. The performance of candidate in GD/Interview (wherever applicable) will also be taken into consideration for selection of admission. The candidates have to submit their original mark sheet of the qualifying examination, character certificate and migration certificate at the time of admission.

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