ADMISSION SHORTLIST – 13 MAY 2017
Candidates bearing the following application IDs have been offered admission into the specified Masters Programmes of Assam Don Bosco University, based on their performance at the Personal Interview conducted on 13 May 2017:
MA HUMAN RIGHTS
MA MASS COMMUNICATION
- Admission will be given to the above candidates, on a first-come-first-served basis from 13 May 2017 onwards.
- Candidates are to take admission by paying the admission fee of Rs. 10,000.00. The remaining fees for the first semester are to be paid within 7 days of taking admission. These fees may be paid online at www.dbuniversity.ac.in/a or using any of the modes given in the guidelines for paying fees at the University. The entire fees may also be paid at the time of admission if the candidate so desires.
- These candidates are required to complete the admission procedure before 2 June 2017.
- At the time of admission, candidates are required to bring the originals of marksheets and certificates for verification. A photocopy of the documents are to be submitted to the admissions office.
- Admission of candidates who have not yet obtained their Bachelor’s Degree will be provisional until they furnish evidence of fulfilling the eligibility criteria within 3 months of the commencement of the programme.
Please visit the Office of the Hostel Warden (in the Men’s Hostel), along with your parent(s) for Hostel admission.
Dr. Basil S Koikara
GUIDELINES FOR PAYMENT OF FEES
The following guidelines have been laid down to facilitate payment of fees to the University in keeping with the policy of our Government to move expeditiously to digital transactions:
Fees may be paid in any of the following modes:
- Online, through the University payment portal using Internet banking, debit cards or credit cards
- In person through the swipe machines at the University Offices
- Through an account payee cheque or a Demand Draft in favour of “Assam Don Bosco University” payable at Guwahati
When making payments through cheque, it must be ensured that there is no crossing out of mistakes, no over-writing on the cheque, that all particulars (including the signature) are correct and verifiable, and that there is sufficient credit in the drawee account. Issuing a cheque which may bounce is a criminal offence. A penalty of INR 1000.00 will be levied on bounced cheques in addition to penalty on delayed payments. A cheque must be accompanied by a self-attested copy of a valid ID proof.
- Fees paid online (through the University payment portal or by bank transfer) will be considered as having been paid only after a student submits to the office of the University the transaction ID or UTR as proof of payment.
- In all cases, online payment is the preferred mode of fee payment in the University. The University does not encourage payments by cheque or Demand Draft.
- Cash will be accepted only for the payment of very small amounts.