FAQ’s– School of Liberal Arts & Applied Sciences
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Visit www.hindustanuniv.ac.in and click on “Apply Now” option. You will be redirected to the registration page https://apply.hindustanuniv.ac.in/liberal-arts-ug,fill in the details. A confirmation email will be sent to your registered email, click on the given link in your email to proceed with the application form.
For any further queries you may contact the SLAAS Admission Counsellor– 8668093936 or send mail to email@example.com
Candidates should have qualified 10+2 and should have at least 50% marks.
Candidate must possess a diploma in relevant discipline of specialization with a minimum of 50% marks from appropriate Boards.
The Institute has the right to cancel admission. The fee paid will be forfeited in addition to legal action against the candidate.
Yes. Here the medium of instruction is English
HITS Campus is located in Kelambakkam, Padur, Chennai. https://goo.gl/maps/Gd3z4Bnr2MWrq4ty6
We provide international quality, AC & Non-AC room accommodation. ( https://hindustanuniv.ac.in/hostels.php )
With the option to book a double/ triple/ dormitory sharing room. The fee structure and booking can be done directly by visiting the campus office.
Yes, we provide transport facilities & pickup points available across major city junctions. Kindly visit our website,to check all the available pickup points. (https://hindustanuniv.ac.in/transport.php )
Apart from Government scholarship, we offer Management Scholarship, Merit Scholarship for rank holders & students with good academic caliber and Sports Scholarship. For further details visit our website: https://hindustanuniv.ac.in/scholarships.php
Yes, once admission is confirmed, Bonafide Certificate will be provided to the student
The yearly fee includes Tuition Fee for two semesters. It also includes exam fee and lab fee as well.
The student with given medical condition should submit a complete medical history. The records should be verified by Dean Students Affairs and recommended by Attendance Sub-Committee. Based on the recommendation, Vice Chancellor can approve a maximum of 10% relaxation with a payment of Condonation fee.
Yes, the student has to pay the requisite fee for the additional courses.
Yes, we offer partly funded and fully funded programmes available for students with high academic caliber according to the eligibility criteria of the accepting university. Students can contact the international office of HITS for further information.
Placements are offered to the students by the Department of Placement which connects company and the students need. The Department of Placement at HITS acts as a connecting hub for the company and the students who want to serve in industry. It mainly focuses on the activities that enhances our student’s employability and career development.
Yes, Value Added Courses are offered in addition to the curriculum by the Department of Placement, Training & School of Languages and Higher Education, Leadership and Management (HELM) Centre to help students to improve their skill, communication & employability.
It is Mandatory for the students to take Skill Enhancement Courses under the Enrichment Programs in the SLAAS curriculum.
One Lecture / Tutorial per week – 1 credit
Two Practical Periods per Week – 1 Credit
All degree programs have a minimum of 110 + 4 non-CGPA = 114 Credits spread across SixSemesters.
Choice Based Credit System was introduced from 2015-16 to provide students with a balanced approach to education, to choose their preferred courses within the optional / Elective courses to make their education relevant to them and the needs of the society.
All UG Programs in Liberal Arts / Applied Science is for 3 years with Curriculum and Syllabi approved by BOS and Academic Council.
CF Courses consist of Humanities, Languages and some courses specific to the program.
Professional Core (PC) consisting of Theory & Practical courses specific to the chosen program of study. Department Elective (DE) consisting of a group of courses, which students can select, based on their interest and area of specialization.
Non-Department Electives (NDE) courses are offered across disciplines other than parent department. Non-CGPA courses are courses that are compulsory but not included in the GPA and CGPA calculation.
It is a variant of the Undergraduate Bachelor's degree containing additional core subject papers or a higher standard of study.
For students who are looking for a competitive edge in their career. It will be also beneficial if they want to become a professional in their field or head start their way to a PhD.
Students who hold a good academic record in school as well as scoring a CGPA of 8.0 and above in each semester up to IV Semester with no history of arrears are eligible to take up Honors.
110 Regular Credits + 4 Non-CGPA Credits +12 Additional Credits = 126 Credits
UG Degree with Minor Specialization was introduced to facilitate the students to choose a specialize in an area of their choice and build competence in that specialized area other than in their parent department.
Students with a CGPA of 8.0 and above in each semester up to IV Semester with no history of arrears are eligible to take up Minor Specialization.
110 Regular Credits + 4 Non-CGPA Credits +12 Additional Credits = 126 Credits
The student must register before the beginning of the V Semester and complete the 12 credits subject to a maximum of 6 Credits per Semester.
Students must enroll for 4 Additional Courses, each with 3 credits totaling 12 credits to earn a UG honors Degree or UG Degree with Minor Specialization.
A student has to obtain a minimum of 75% cumulative attendance for all courses put together in a semester.
25% allowance in attendance is given for activities under NCC /NSS /Cultural/ Sports/ Medical conditions.
The student will not be permitted to appear for End Semester Examination. They will be detained (DE) and cannot proceed to the subsequent semester.
A total of 90 working days are mandatory in a Semester. Some Saturdays might be included
A student has to complete the Liberal Arts / Applied Sciences Program within 3 years, but a maximum relaxation of 5 years will be given.
A student is permitted to apply for a maximum of two-semester break, based on Vice Chancellors approval and committees’ recommendation for valid reasons such as to clear arrears backlog, ill health or startup etc.
Every course has two components CIA – Continuous Internal Assessment and ESE – End Semester Examination
This assessment will be carried out throughout the semester as per the Academic schedule for both Theory and Practical courses.
All Theory courses, theory courses with Practical component, DE, NDE and projects with Viva Voce will have a weightage of 50% CIA and a balance of 50% from ESE.
Practical courses will have a weightage of 80% of marks from CIA and 20% from the ESE practical or Viva-voce Exam. While for all Design projects, Comprehension, Internship will be evaluated 100 weightage marks will be based on CIA.
Candidate has to secure minimum 40% to pass the Course.
Students who fail to secure a pass percentage or were absent in the End Semester Exam are provided with an opportunity to register and appear for repeat examinations by paying prescribed fees.
During odd semester ESE, the repeat Exam for odd semester will be conducted. During even semester ESE, even semester repeat exams will be conducted.
Ragging in any form is a criminal and non-bailable offence. Offending Student / Staff, harassment of any nature will be liable to be dismissed from the Institute as per UGC/Govt. Procedure.
The medium of instruction is English for all programmes, courses, examinations, seminars, presentations and project reports.