How to enroll into Indian Universities during COVID-19?

The novel Corona virus pandemic has forced almost the world to lead into lock-down and has had a serious impact on any events that need social gatherings. The education sector of India, being in its admissions phase has been severely impacted because of the movement restrictions enforced by the lock-down. Many exams in India were to be canceled or postponed due to the Corona virus outbreak. Students across countries are alarmed for new admission, enrollment process and also about further course strategy.

In this situation, it’s normal for any student to be concerned about a way to take admission to high schools during the Corona virus outbreak. JD Group as an intent platform providing education-related services are devoted to using its expertise and skill to confirm that students have all the resources available to travel about their exam preparation and college admissions.

College admissions cannot simply plow ahead as planned during the pandemic. Here is how you can’t let the Corona virus pandemic affect your chances of school admissions in India.

  1. Entrance Exams- Students need to go through different entrance exams as per the selected courses under the university. For various programs there are different examinations;
  • Engineering- JEE Mains
  • MBBS/BDS- NEET, Any Nepal Government Exam (both the exams are compulsory for the Nepalese students)
  • Architecture- NATA

For Management and ARTS, there will be a personal interview from the university.

  1. Online classes- Students can enroll in different universities online as of now during this lock-down. Various universities have already started online classes in management courses however; most of the universities are planning to start their online classes from mid-September onward.
  2. No Visa Requirements- Nepalese students do not require visa for travelling to India for studies. So, if you are planning to go to India for further studies, this is the plus point for Nepalese students. In this COVID-19 situation, it is very easy for them other than that of abroad students to travel to India. They can access to direct flight or else travels via road too and also make comfort travel back and forth easily.
  3. TU Equivalence- Education systems are very similar here in Nepal and India. Whatever accreditations Indian Universities get, those are well recognized in Nepal also. Hence, Nepalese students have no issues in receiving equivalence from Tribhuvan University.
  4. NOC (No Objection Certificate) – NOC is required for Medical courses (Licensing subject) in India. In all other subjects, NOC is not mandatory. Also, as by the Nepal Government NOC is provided only for medical courses during COVID-19 until further notice.

Despite the change and challenges, the pandemic has shown us various alternatives to move towards normal. Technology has clothed to be a wonderful savior mainly for the education sectors. Every task has become possible with the use of technology digitally. More over students and education are able to linked efficiently even in the isolation. And with the same services and facilities, Universities in India attracts several thousands of International students for its outstanding studies. Students are finding out the superior quality of teaching, learning, and training provided by institutions in India.

Relevant to the enrollment and choosing right university, you’ll just drop by your query and our expert education counselors will revisit in the reality with you to assist you together with your 2020 admission process for which JD Group is hosting the online webinar through Google meet on August 17, 2020 at 4 pm ( ) for queries with parents and students regarding the same. We explore the prevailing problems and try and provide effective solutions to make sure that you simply can bear the admission processes with no issues.

For more queries, please do not hesitate to message on 9801125553 at your convenience. Also get connected to the link below for the webinar.