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Hello sir CSAB me Jo fees pay krte fir ism agr no nhi aaya to fees return aa jati he kya
If a candidate opts to withdraw the seat allotted in NIT + System in JoSAA rounds during Institute reporting (July 19, 2019 July 23, 2019) and does not participate in Special Rounds counseling, his/her Seat Acceptance Fee will be refunded back after deducting Rs. 1,500.
If no seat is allotted to the candidate in the Special Rounds, his/her Participation Fee will be refunded back after deducting processing fee of Rs. 1,500.
If no seat is allotted to the candidate in the Special Round-I and the candidate withdraws from Special Round-II, his/her Participation Fee will be refunded after deducting processing fee of Rs. 1,500.
If a candidate gets a seat allotted in Special Round-I and his/her seat gets cancelled (due to reasons specifiedhere), his/her Participation Fee and Seat Acceptance Fee (if paid) will be refunded back after deducting Rs. 5,000.
If a candidate gets a seat allotted in Special Round-I and opts for Surrender and Participating in Next Round, and does not get seat in Special Round-II, his/her Participation Fee and Seat Acceptance Fee (if paid) will be refunded back after deducting Rs. 5,000.
If a candidate gets a seat allotted in Special Round-I and opts for Surrender and Not Participating in Next Round, his/her Participation Fee and Seat Acceptance Fee (if paid) will be refunded back after deducting Rs. 5,000.
If a candidate gets a seat allotted in Special Round-I and his/her seat gets cancelled due to ineligibility or in-appropriate document noticed during document verification, his/her Participation Fee and Seat Acceptance Fee (if paid) will be refunded back after deducting Rs. 5,000.
If a seat is allotted up to Special Round-II (i.e. seat allotted in JoSAA/Special Round-I and retained for next round OR seat allotted afresh in Special Round-II), his/her Participation Fee and Seat Acceptance Fee (if paid) will not be refunded whether the candidate joins the allotted Institute or not. Fee of such candidates will be transferred to the Allotted Institute.
If a candidate who has been allotted a seat in Special Round-II and his/her seat cancelled due to ineligibility or in-appropriate document, his/her participation fee and Seat Acceptance Fee (if paid) will not be refunded back.
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Is there any difficult to learn Russian language in ism university
There are various method to learn any language. You can search for various you tube tutorials available online on you tube.
There are many websites on internet that provide videos from basics. You can go for Udemy, coursera or internshala trainings that provide various tutorials.
You must not depend on college professors because sometimes it's tough to complete the whole syllabus at one time.
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Ism university mbbs for girls is right to study?How many telugu students are studying
There's no discrimination among genders in ISM,so it is a good College for girls.
If you Only have ISM college in your mind to study then go for it.
If you know about this College then its ok.But a bitter point to remember,,it has cons more then pros..
If you are looking for how many Telugu students are studying then after admission only you can say it.
Better think twice in decision making..Choose wisely.
Best of luck
I got dhanbad iit(ism) petroleum engineering coursesI freezed it, now when should I go to iit and what about orientation?
The reporting date for IIT dhanbad for newly admitted students is 24th July,2019. So you will report at IIT dhanbad on 24th july, 2019. If you want any other information about IIT dhanbad then go through this link.
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Is kcets ISM and H cutoff is valid to take admission in BNYS or BAMS colleges in Karnataka?
Hello Yashwanth AB Reddy, the Karnattaka's CET is valid to take admission in BNYS and BAMS colleges in Karnattaka. BAMS college of Karnattaka has taking the admission on the basis of the Karnattaka's CET and same with BNYS college of Karnattaka. Best of luck for the future
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