What is unique about our Integrated MBA Admission Process?
At NU, it is important for us to find the right students and we also believe that it is important for the students to find the right institution. We believe that the parent/guardian forms the crucial third pillar without whom the process of selection would remain incomplete. Hence we have devised, what we believe is, an apt integrated MBA programme admission process that gives an opportunity for the students as well as their parents/guardians to engage with us.
The process of integrated MBA programme admission is called Admission Interaction Process or AIP for short. The AIP consists of three parts.
Admission Interaction Process (AIP)
The following will be assessed during the PCI:
English communication skills – written & oral
Interest & hobbies
Degree of self-awareness
Reason for the choice of stream
Behavior and attitude
Applying for NIIT Integrated MBA Programme Admissions
1. ADMISSION MODES
NU offers admission for the Bachelors and Integrated Masters Programmes via two modes:
Early Admission Mode
Regular Admission Mode
EARLY ADMISSION MODE
NU offers Early Admissions to students appearing for their Class XII Board Examinations in March-April 2019 as also to those who have taken their Class XII Board examination not earlier than March 2017. The EAD process is particularly suitable for those who are clear about pursuing engineering or management studies or/and multidisciplinary curriculum leading to post-graduate career or those willing to set up their own start-up ventures after graduation. This is also beneficial to NU to spread out its admission process since it gives more time for in-depth interaction with the applicants which is a vital part of the NU selection process.
The applicants seeking admission in this mode can also apply for scholarship under the NU Scholar Search Programme. There are limited seats for which integrated MBA programme admission is being granted under the Early Admission Mode. The admission will be granted on a first come first served basis to only those applicants who meet all the admission criteria as defined for integrated MBA programme admission.
BENEFITS OF EARLY ADMISSION
Early Admissions ensure that the student can be stress free and can focus on exceling in their Class XII Board examinations.
NU supports the selected Early Admissions students for their Class XII exams through the ‘Study Smart Initiative’.
Opportunity to attend Camp Future, a two-day getaway at NU campus, designed to give students and their parents, a glimpse of the NU life, as guests of NIIT University.
EAD students get financial benefit in terms of their acceptance fee paid by EAD students gets adjusted towards security fee deposit payable the time of enrolment.
Early Admission students benefits from Early Registration on the campus – 7 days earlier and attend Head start Boot Camp. This Boot Camp is before the formal registration date, which commences with NU Resonance – a unique NU Induction program.
NU Scholar search programme offers limited number of meritorious scholarships on a first-come-first-served basis. EAD students have additional advantage of securing these scholarships by early admission offer acceptance.
The application forms for the EAD mode will be available from Sept 25, 2018, onwards.
The last date to submit applications is –
Regular Admission - Round 1 - May 15, 2019
Students are strongly advised to apply and undergo the admission process at the earliest.
REGULAR ADMISSION MODE (RAD)
NU offers admission into its prestigious Bachelor’s and Integrated Master Programmes under Regular Admission Mode (RAD) for eligible applicants who have appeared in Class XII Board Examinations in March/April 2019 or have successfully completed Class XII in March 2017 or 2018.
There are limited seats for which admission is being granted under the Regular Application Mode. The admission will be granted on a first come first served basis to only those applicants who meet the admission criteria.
The application form for the RAD MODE will be available from April 2019.
Glossary of Admission Terms
Form that an applicant fills for seeking admission to NU. This can be accessed online or downloaded from the
website. Hard copy of the application forms can be obtained from the Admission offices and other notified
Fee paid at the time of submitting the Application Form.
A person who applies for admission at NU by submitting an application form.
Admission Interaction Process (AIP)
Admission Interaction Process is a unique process conducted by NU for the applicants shortlisted for admission.
The interaction between the applicants and their parents/guardians with designated officials from NU is an
important prerequisite before an offer of admission is made to the applicant.
For Technology Programmes:
Personal Counselling Interaction (PCI).
For Management Programmes:
Personal Counselling Interaction (PCI).
Admission Offer Letter
Letter sent to applicants containing formal offer of admission. Only those applicants who have fulfilled all
admission requirements, have successfully completed the Personal Counseling Interaction (PCI) and have been
selected for admission will receive the letter. The letter also contains the terms and conditions of
Fee paid to secure admission at NU by applicants who have been offered admission to the programme.
Document submitted by the candidate confirming his/her acceptance of the admission offered by NU.
Annual Payment Plan (APP)
Annual Payment Plan (APP) is the fee payment option in which the candidate can pay fees for the two semesters.
The first year’s fee is payable in advance, at the time of enrolment. The subsequent year’s fee
is payable in advance by July 15, every year.
School/College Board as applicable
Bachelors of Technology
Integrated MBA Programme
Bachelors of Business Administration
An applicant who has been offered admission at NU.
Central Admissions Office
The department of NU responsible for assisting prospective applicants through the admission process.
Authorised personnel of the University who have been charged with the responsibility of conducting admissions.
Early Admission Mode (EAD)
NU’s initiative to facilitate admission of applicants with brilliant academic or co-curricular record,
into a programme of their choice. The applicants are chosen for admission to Technology Programmes based
on their performance in Class X, evidence of achievements, NUET (NIIT University Engineering Test) and Personal
Counselling Interaction (PCI) and for Management Programmes based on their performance in Class X & statement
of purpose (SOP), NUBAT ( NIIT University Business Aptitude Test) and Personal Counselling Interaction (PCI).
Successful applicants are offered provisional admission subject to their acceptable performance in Class
The necessary qualifications and conditions that the applicant must satisfy to be considered for admission to
Refers to the milestone in the admission process at which an applicant confirms and secures a seat in the offered
programme by submitting their Class XII examination results and paying the applicable fee as per the chosen
fee payment plan.
Registrations for the students applied in Early Admission Mode.
Final Enrollment Offer
The final admission offer given, post Class XII results, to candidates who paid the acceptance fee in Early Admission
Head Start Boot Camp
Head Start Boot Camp is an exclusive 7-day camp organized for the candidates from Early Admission Mode.
Modes of admission
Refers to the two modes in which admission is offered by NU for their Programmes - Early Admission Mode
and Regular Admission Mode.
Masters of Technology
Masters of Science
Masters of Business Administration
NIIT University Business Aptitude Test (NUBAT)
The online examination conducted by NU for admission to its management - BBA/Integrated MBA Programme. It
consists of questions drawn from verbal ability, logical reasoning, data interpretation and quantitative
NIIT University Engineering Test (NUET)
The online examination conducted by NU for admission to its Technology Programmes. It consists of questions drawn
from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and/or Biology.
NU Admissions Committee
Committee appointed by the Board of Management of the University to take all admission policy-related decisions.
The committee is headed by Dean - Admissions.
NU Scholar Search Programme
An innovative initiative by NU to identify, acknowledge and recognize merit through scholarship schemes. The
candidates will have to prove their merit by satisfying standards and criteria set by NU.
Personal Counseling Interaction (PCI)
Personal Counseling Interaction is a unique counseling process conducted by NU for the applicants shortlisted
for admission. This interaction between the applicants and their parents/guardians with designated officials
from NU is an important prerequisite before an offer of admission is made to the applicant.
Regional Admissions Offices
NU Admission offices in regions set up to assist prospective students through the application and admission process.
Regular Admission Mode (RAD)
The conventional means to secure admission for applicants who meet the eligibility criteria and other norms set
by NU. This mode of admission can be availed by applicants who have not been able to take admission through
the Early Admission Mode.
Hostel accommodation provided by NU on the University campus where all students are required to reside for the
duration of their respective Programme.
The milestone in the admission process wherein the student registers in a set of courses for a given semester
as per the academic regulations. Registration is accompanied by verification of original certificates and
Resonance is a three-week induction program conducted for the first year registered students. The program aims
to make the student feel at home and become familiar with the campus and academic life.
A candidate who has deposited the enrolment fee after accepting the admission offer and registered.
The letter which notifies the student on the scholarship benefits being offered based on their fulfillment of
the scholarship eligibility criteria. It provides information about, type and amount of scholarship, along
with terms and conditions that govern the award.
Semester Payment Plan (SPP)
Semester Payment Plan is a fee payment option wherein candidates can pay fee semester wise. The first semester’s
fee is payable on enrolment. The subsequent semesters’ fee is payable in advance by December 1 and
July 15 every year before the commencement of the semester.
The interest-free refundable deposit of INR 50,000 for B Tech/M Tech/MSc or INR 40,000 for BBA/ Integrated MBA
Programme to be paid at the time of enrollment which will be refunded as per the refund rules of the University.
The sum of the University, Hostel and Mess & Laundry fee is referred to as the Total Fee.