Answer: The admission process for PG and UG programs commences from January/ February. Application form is available on payment of Rs.1,100. Applicants can apply online through Click Here

Form cost will not be refunded for any reason whatsoever.

Answer: An applicant may please refer to Click Here and go on to specific discipline.

Answer: Scanned copy of Original class 10th board mark-sheet and a recent color passport size photograph are required to be uploaded along with the Online Application Form. Please keep checking the Admission Microsite regarding confirmation with respect to receipt of your form. It normally takes 2-3 working days to process the form.

Answer: Admission Microsite is a window for two-way communication between the student and University. You can log on to the Admission Microsite ( https://portal.amity.edu/login.aspx ) using the Form number and Password issued to you while filling up the Application Form. No separate communication is sent with respect to Application / Admission / Selection Process.

Answer: Non-Sponsored - Normal eligibility criteria and cut-off in admission process.

Non-Sponsored is general category for all applicants who fulfill the eligibility criteria and, it is also a high merit category.

Sponsored Category- Reduced eligibility criteria (wherever applicable) and cut-off in admission process with differential fee structure.

Sponsored category is basically a lower merit category with high fees.

Request for change in category will be entertained only prior to appearing for Selection Process. There is a possibility that the Admission Committee recommends your admission after the selection process in a category for which you had not applied in the Application Form. In such cases, you may exercise the option to accept or to deny the offer.

Answer: Yes, a student may apply provisionally for any program but needs to produce all the original Marksheets/ Degrees at the time of Joining the Program. However, for the applicant of PG Program, 31st October (of the current academic year) is the last date to submit the original Marksheets / Degrees.

Your verification will remain incomplete in case you fail to submit the required documents. In the absence of verification, you will not be able to appear for end semester examination.

Answer: An applicant can apply for as many programs as he/she desires. But for each program, a separate form is required to be filled. Please also note that one cannot apply for same program twice in the same academic year.

Answer: Incorrect & incomplete forms will be rejected. Form cost will not be refunded for any reason whatsoever.

Answer: Due to COVID 19 pandemic, Admission selection process has been modified. For the time being, Selection Process is based on video responses to the questions posted through the VIDEO LINK available on Admission Microsite.

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However, for specific programs, at Undergraduate level, like Fashion/Fine Arts, proctored creative test will be applicable. For five-year integrated Law, Admission Aspirant will have to go through Interview Process.

Answer: The results are intimated to the students through Admission Microsite. A soft copy of the admission letter is uploaded online. No hard copy is issued or sent through post. Hence a student is advised to keep a regular check on Admission Microsite for all Admission related updates. The Admission Letter contains host of valuable information. Therefore, students are advised to go through the same meticulously and take action accordingly.

Answer: Amity University follows semester system which is in conformity with the global practices and standards. Students are required to maintain minimum SGPA (Semester Grade Point Average) & CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point average) to get promoted to the next semester and to qualify for Degree/Diploma.

Answer: A minimum of 75% attendance is required to appear in the end semester examination. Attendance of a student is calculated from the date of commencement of the program or date of fee payment (whichever is later).

Answer: Students can make the payment through following options:

  1. Through Net banking/Credit Card/Debit Card

  2. Through Paytm

  3. Through NEFT / RTGS (NO IMPS) in Bank.

  4. Through Demand Draft/ Pay-order/ Cash at Axis Bank Branches

  5. Pay at Amity UniversityCampus by way of Pay Order / Demand Draft. (As per prevailing Covid protocols)

Answer: If you are not able to pay the fees by the due date, you are required to approach the admission office through “Post/track your query” link available on Admission microsite. Request for extension of date will be considered by the Admission Committee, depending on the availability of seats.

Answer: The status of fee payment can be checked online on Admission Microsite. After realization of payment, Amizone login credentials (ID and Password) will get activated on the Admission Microsite.

Answer: AMIZONE is an intranet zone. This is a student portal of Amity University. From here a student can access a wide array of academic domains like online session plans for the entire semester, timetable, attendance, syllabus, course materials and all kinds of updates of different events, lectures etc. that keep happening in the University. Amizone login credentials (Id and password) are updated on Admission Microsite on realization of fee payment.

Answer: Students should report on commencement date of the program (as per Prevailing Pandemic Guidelines). List of documents required at the time of reporting can be obtained from Admission Letter and Amizone.

Date of reporting to Hostel is communicated separately through Amizone.

Please Note: Students will not be allowed to register for the program/hostel 10 days post the commencement date under any circumstances. Hostel seat (if applicable) will automatically get cancelled.

Answer: Amity Scholarships are instituted to help those who are brilliant in academics and deserve world class education. Diverse Scholarships are offered at Amity.

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Answer:  1. Under “Amity Advantage Scheme”, 10% fee concession is offered to Amity Alumni, who wish to continue their higher education with AUUP, Noida Campus (applicable for pass outs of 2020 / 2021 / 2022)

Procedure to Apply:

  • Documentary proof of successful completion of class 12th/ Graduation to be mailed to Admitted@amity.edu.
  • Concession shall be granted based on verification of documents by Admission Department.

2. Noida Campus also offers direct admission to its own graduates in all Master’s programs subject to meeting the minimum eligibility criteria for the program(Applicable for pass outs of 2021 / 2022).

Answer: Amity has tie ups with premier banks to offer easy Education Loans to selected students.

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Answer: SAP stands for Study Abroad Program. To give international exposure, every Amitian can avail option to proceed on SAP.

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Answer: Amity assures 100% placement assistance. In order to be eligible for the recruitment process, every student is required to achieve a minimum 6 CGPA on a 10 point scale.

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Answer: Yes, Amity provides comprehensive hostel (AC and Non-AC) facilities for boys and girls separately within the University campus.

Answer: The hostel fee is inclusive of the boarding and the laundry charges. There are Multi cuisine cafeterias available in the campus. Students can choose the type of food they wish to have.

Answer: Apartment styled AC accommodation is a single occupancy concept in a 4-room apartment which is air conditioned along with sitting lounge, cable TV, refrigerator, Wi-Fi connection and essential furniture including bed mattress, study table, chair, cupboard, bed sheets, pillow covers, towels and laundry services. Twin sharing Non-AC accommodation would include essential furniture along with bed mattress, study table, chair, cupboard, bed sheets, pillow covers, towels and laundry services.

Link for Hostel Videos:

Non- AC Room: Click Here

AC Room: Click Here

Refund is as per following Amity University refund guidelines. Application for withdrawal from the program is to be submitted through Amizone (www.amizone.net ). No other mode of request will be considered. 

If a student withdraws his/her admission up to 15 days before the commencement of the academic session, the student will receive a refund of 100% of the semester fees and the Security Deposit after deduction of an amount not more than 5% of the fees (subject to a maximum of Rs.5000.00) as processing charges. 

If a student withdraws his/her admission less than 15 days prior to the commencement of the academic session, the student will receive a refund of 90% of the semester fees and the Security Deposit. 

If a student withdraws his/her admission up to 15 days post the commencement of the academic session, the student will receive a refund of 80% of the semester fees and the Security Deposit. 

If a student withdraws his/her admission between 16-30 days post the commencement of the academic session, the student will receive a refund of 50% of the semester fees and the Security Deposit. 

If a student withdraws his/her admission on or post 30 days of commencement of the academic session, none of the semester fees will be refunded except for the Security Deposit. 

Scholarship case: If a student who is offered Amity scholarship decides to withdraw, he / she will be treated as a non-scholarship student and the withdrawal guidelines as given above will be applicable. 

100% Scholarship case: Security deposit will be forfeited in case a student applies for withdrawal after registration / reporting for the program. 

Hostel Refunded: Hostel fee once paid will not be refunded in case of withdrawal at any point of time.

Answer: Yes, Amity offers Bus service on selected routes. For Details, please contact at Amity Bus Service; 0120-4392484.

AUUP Noida is well connected with Metro, Okhla Bird Sanctuary Metro Station and Botanical Garden Metro Station are nearest.

 Private cab service is also a popular mode of transport for Faculty and Students.

Answer: No, AUUP is not participating in CUET 2022 but has plan to be a part of CUET 2023. Details will be updated accordingly.

Answer: There is no difference except that of duration. The four years degree programs have been introduced as per NEP – 2020. At the end of three years, based on the CGPA of candidates, they will have the options to choose Research/Honours. Under this also, a candidate has an option to exit after completion of 3 years and take a degree.

Answer: AUUP has been a pioneer in implementing progressive initiatives by the government. Therefore, in year 2021 itself, AUUP had introduced 4 years undergraduate degree programs as per New Education Policy -NEP 2020. All the same, AUUP is also continuing this year with 3 years degree program, which may be discontinued next year.

Answer: The structure and duration of 4 years Bachelor’s degree programmes proposed by the NEP 2020 comprise undergraduate degree programmes of either 3 or 4-year duration, with multiple entry and exit points and re-entry options within this period, with appropriate certifications such as:

  • a certificate after completing 1 year (2 semesters) of study in the chosen fields of study.
  • a diploma after 2 years (4 semesters) of study,
  • a bachelor’s degree after a 3-year (6 semesters) programme of study,
  • a bachelor’s degree with honours/Research after a 4-year (eight semesters) programme of study (After completing requirements of a 3-year bachelor’s degree, candidates who meet a minimum CGPA of 7.5 will be allowed to continue studies in the fourth year of the undergraduate programme leading to the bachelor’s degree (Honours /Research)).

Answer: The NEP 2020 envisages flexibility in the designs and duration of master’s degree programme. The structure and duration of master’s programmes of study proposed by the NEP 2020 include:

  • a 2-year Master’s programme with the second year devoted entirely to research for those who have completed the 3-year Bachelor’s programme.
  • a 1-year Master’s programme for students who have completed a 4-year Bachelor’s degree (Honours/Research) programme with research.

Answer: To Undertake a Ph.D., it requires either a master’s degree or a 4-year Bachelor’s degree with research.

Answer: After completion of a 3-years, a candidate must obtain a minimum CGPA of 7.5 to be allowed to continue studies in the fourth year of the undergraduate programme leading to the bachelor’s degree with Honours/Research.

Answer: An Academic Bank of Credit (ABC) has been established which would digitally store the academic credits earned from various recognized HEIs (Higher Education Institutions) so that the degrees from an HEI can be awarded taking into account credits earned. The ABC allows for credit redemption through the process of commuting the acquired credit in the bank accounts maintained in the ABC for the purpose of fulfilling the credit requirement for the award of certificate/Diploma/Degree by the authorised Universities/Autonomous colleges.

Answer:The validity of credits earned and kept in the Academic Credit Account will be to a maximum period of seven years or as specified by the ABC for different disciplinary or fields of learning to allow the redemption of credits after the date of earning such credits. After seven years, re-entry into a programme of study will be based on the validation of prior learning outcomes. Lateral entry into the programme of study at a particular National Higher Education Qualification Framework (NHEQF) level will be based on the validation of prior learning outcomes, including those achieved outside of formal learning or through learning and training in the workplace or in the community, through continuing professional development activities, or through independent/self-directed/self-managed learning activities.

Answer: After seven-years, re-entry at various levels as lateral entrants in academic programmes should be based on the earned credits and proficiency test records.

Normally, students are expected to complete the four-year undergraduate programme in eight semesters. However, in special circumstances, a student will be permitted an extension, so as to enable her/him to complete all requirements for the degree. The four- year undergraduate programme allows exit and re-entry options for students. It would allow credit accumulation through the facility created by the Academic Bank of Credit (ABC) scheme. The validity of credits earned and kept in the Academic Credit Account would be seven years. After seven years, reentry into a programme of study will be based on the validation of prior learning outcomes.

Answer:

  1. The National Higher Education Qualification Framework (NHEQF) helps facilitates multiple entry and multiple exit and re-entry options at the Undergraduate and Masters level.
  2. It would facilitate credit accumulation through the facility created by the Academic Bank of Credit (ABC) scheme in the “Academic Bank Account” opened by students across the country to transfer and consolidate the credits earned by them by undergoing courses in any of the eligible (HEIs).
  3. Four-year multidisciplinary bachelor’s degree program would allow the opportunity to experience the full range of holistic and multidisciplinary education in addition to a focus on the chosen major and minor as per the choices of the student.

Answer: As per NEP – 2020, students can pursue two academic programmes simultaneously in the same academic duration.

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Answer: Technically, this is possible provided the timings to not clash. But Amity has taken a practical approach. Both degrees cannot be pursued on regular mode. One degree will be on regular mode, and another will be on Online mode.

Answer:

  1. For Fresh Applicants: A candidate gets an option to apply simultaneously for second online degree in the Amity Application Form of regular program.
  2. For Applicants Already Applied: Candidates who have already applied in Amity University can apply through their Admission Microsite.
  3. For Existing Amitians: Already existing Amitians who are pursuing their degree from Amity, can opt for this opportunity through their Amizone portal.

Answer:

  1. Get the advantage of flexible future career options across domains. Students can give flight to their imagination by acquiring expertise in more than one domain simultaneously.
  2. Students can customize their education in sync with their passion.
  3. Will have a distinct and competitive edge in the Job market.
  4. Save Time and take advantage of the highly subsidized offer
  5. Pursue multi-disciplinary and holistic education across sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities

Answer: For full time degree programs, kindly refer to the “AUUP Withdrawal Guidelines”

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In case of Online Program: Fees once paid will not be refunded in case of Online Degree program. For more details, please contact Amity Online Department at 18001023434/ +91-8826334455.

Answer: No, the candidate has to pay the prescribed normal fees for the remaining semesters of the online program.

Answer: If a candidate withdraws from first degree, then the student will have to pay normal fees what is applicable had the student applied separately for the online degree.

Answer: Please contact Amity Online Department at 18001023434/ +91-8826334455.

Answer: They do provide Placement assistance. For details, please contact Amity Online Department at 18001023434/ +91-8826334455.

Answer: Fee itself is subsidised. That is tantamount to scholarship.

Answer: If the candidate fails, he/she can continue studying in online degree but has to pay the prescribed normal fees for the remaining semesters of the online program.

Answer: Pre-recorded classes will be provided for online degree program. For details, please contact Amity Online Department at 18001023434/ +91-8826334455.