Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur
Admission Rules 2020-21
Part I – DEGREE COURSES
1. Criteria for Admission to Degree courses in the faculty of Arts, Commerce and Science.
(a) Candidates securing 60% or more marks at the qualifying examination (
On all India basis
(b) Candidates securing 50% or More marks but less than 60% marks at the qualifying examination (
On all Rajasthan Resident basis
(c) Candidates securing 45% more marks but less than 60% marks at the qualifying examination.
Candidates passing the last qualifying examination from any school within the limits of municipal corporation of jodhpur city, shall be given benefit of 10 marks in the total aggregate and over-all merit worked out accordingly without relaxing the condition of eligibility given below.
2. Eligibility For Admission To Degree Courses In The Different Faculties
I). Arts (45% marks in the aggregate at the qualifying examination.)
II). Commerce (45% marks in the aggregate at the qualifying examination.)
III). B.Sc (45% marks in the aggregate at the qualifying examination.)
1. Admission shall be made on the basis of merit, subject to the availability of seats and subject to fulfillment of the conditions laid down by the university for the purpose from time to time.
2. In determining merit of supplementary candidates, the minimum pass marks (Theory and Practical marks taken together) required to pass the supplementary examination shall be taken into consideration and not the actual marks obtained by the candidate.
3. ADMISSION TO FAILURES
Seat up to five percent of the sanctioned strength of a class may be reserved for failures of the same institution subject to the following conditions:
A candidate who failed to appear at the examination without any valid/genuine reason will not be admitted.
A candidate failing in all the optional core subjects shall not be admitted to the same class in the same faculty.
A candidate who has failed for two years in the same class shall not be admitted to the same class in the same faculty.
A candidate who failed in one year and did not take the examination in the subsequent year on any ground, whatsoever, shall be treated at par with a candidate failing for two years.