Bachelor of Arts (BA) - Psychology (Hons.)
Minimum 50% in Class XII.
Applicants should not be more than 21 years of age on December 31st of the year of seeking Admission.
Minimum 50% composite Merit score:-
- 10th score – 30%
- 12th score – 50%
- Personal Interview – 10%
- Essay Writing – 10%
Seats – 60
For Year 2019-20
For Indian Students
For NRI Students
Hostel Fee (where applicable) Rs. 60000/- per semester
Admission related queries
Tel: 9821314513 (Dr. Preeti Chawla), 9821314511 (Dr. Akshat Aditya Rao)
Landline: 0124-4195244, 0214-4195273
How to apply for admission?
There are two ways that candidates may apply:
Online: Candidates can fill in the form online on the university website www.ncuindia.edu and pay the Application fee of Rs 1000/ online and upload self-attested scanned copies of required documents. They will receive an email confirmation for their online application.
Online at Campus: Candidates can fill in the form online at campus and pay the Application fee of Rs 1000 online or at the University’s Account Office. In such cases, the candidate shall be required to carry self-attested copies of all required documents.
Is the application fee refundable?
The Application fee is non – refundable.
Can I apply for admission off line?
No, in order to apply for admission candidate is required to fill online form only.
What are the various programs offered by school of management?
BBA, B.COM (Hons), BA (Hons) Psychology, BA (Hons) Economics, and MBA
Is there any age limit for admission?
The applicant must not be more than 21 years of age as on 31st December, 2019 for UG programs. The date of birth printed on the Class X mark sheet issued by CBSE or equivalent board shall be considered for determining the age of the candidate. In case of student(s) who may have passed their equivalent examination from an overseas board, the age mentioned on his/her passport shall be considered. For PG programmes, there is no age limit.
What documents need to be submitted for admission?
BBA, B.COM (Hons), BA (Hons) Psychology, BA (Hons) Economics
Can I apply for admission when my result if awaited?
Candidates appearing in the final year of their qualifying degree examination and those who have appeared and awaiting their results can also apply
What is the policy for education loan?
EDUCATION LOANS: Many Nationalized and Private Banks like SBI, Syndicate Bank, HDFC & Kotak Mahindra Bank offer education loans to needy students on the bank terms and conditions.
A Syndicate Bank, branch at NCU, Gurugram provides Education loans to students of NCU subject to eligibility criteria and guidelines, as per their education loan scheme, SyndVidya.
For further details visit www.syndicatebank.co.in or Contact on Mobile No. 9868394473, Land Line: 0124-246074 or Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are there any fee concession based on merits?
Fee Concession is applicable to Haryana Residents only for UG Programmes and shall be based on Merit-cum-Means criteria, as per the Standard Operating Procedure of The NorthCap University from time to time and available at www.ncuindia.edu.
Notwithstanding the award of fee concessions, all candidates selected for admission will have to first deposit their first semester fee to secure their admission. Those awarded fee concession will be refunded the tuition fee deposited by them as per fee concession awarded, within two months from the last date of admission..
Any scholarships for meritorious students?
Yes, to encourage & motivate students the following awards are given:
Only one type of scholarship/fee concession from any source whatsoever is admissible to a student. A certificate signed by the student & parent is to be provided as proof for this.
Is there Wi-fi connectivity at campus?
Yes, NCU is a fully Wi-fi enabled campus.
Is there a Hostel facility available in the campus?
No, however, hostel facility outside campus is available.
What is the refund and cancellation policy?
Tuition fees shall be refunded by the University to an admitted student within fifteen days from the date of receiving a written application from him/her subject to admission policy.
Is there any admission related grievance redressal mechanism?
Grievance/complaints, if any, against any action/decision of the Admission Committee can be made in writing within 3 days of the decision to the Grievance Redressal Committee, constituted as per UGC (Grievance Redressal) regulation 2012. In case there is any ambiguity whatsoever, with respect to this policy, Vice-Chancellor’s interpretation/clarification/decision shall be final and binding on all concerned.