Brief me about NGFCET?
New Green Field College of Engineering & Technology (NGFCET) is a continuum of excellence from the New Green Field Education Society, a visible symbol of knowledge & experience providing high quality education in the fields of Engineering, Humanities, Management, Computer Education & many more. Details of these programmes are given in the NGFCET Admission Brochure. For more information visit www.ngfcet.com
Where is NGFCET campus located? & How to reach NGFCET?
NGFCET is located on Delhi-Mathura road, 72nd Mile Stone, Faridabad-Palwal (Delhi-NCR). NGFCET Campus can be reached by availing Metro facilities up to Badarpur Metro Station and from there taking a bus.
How can I obtain an Admission Brochure?
Admission Brochure contains a Scratch Card consisting of a covered number, which will facilitate submission of application form online. Admission Brochure without Scratch Card may be downloaded from NGFCET website www.ngfcet.com free of cost. However, application for admission shall be submitted online only at the College website for which application fee of Rs. 500/- is payable. Candidate may purchase admission brochure from NGFCET Campus, Administrative Headquarters or City Centers in cash, details of which is available on the college website.
Are there any specific instructions for filling up the on-line application form?
Read Instructions for filling up Online Application Form carefully on the opening page after you Click ‘Apply Now’ Tab on the NGFCET Website Home Page for Admission.
keep ready copy of certificates for Secondary(10th), Senior Secondary (10+2) Examination and other qualifying exam (if any)
Fill-up all fields with the correct information. Do not use all Capital/ Small Letters. Use Sentence case. Mandatory fields are marked with Red Asterisks, without which application will not be submitted. You will have the liberty to edit certain fields as directed by the format including Address, Mobile Number, and Qualifying Examination Result etc.
Take out two print-outs of the final version of the online application form which must be brought at the time of physical counselling for admission.
Do we need to submit the original certificates on the day of admission?
No. There is no need to submit original certificates but candidate must produce original certificates/documents on the day of admission for their verifications, failing which candidate shall not be considered for admission. Two sets of self-attested copies of the certificates/documents are required to be submitted at the time of physical counselling as detailed in the admission brochure.
What are the documents to be produced at the time of admission?
Candidate must bring the following documents in original along with two sets of self-attested photocopies:
Proof of Residence (Adhaar Card, Nationalized Bank Pass Book, Ration Card, Electricity Bill, Telephone Bill, Driving License)
Secondary School Examination Certificate (10th)- as proof of Date of Birth
Senior Secondary School Examination Certificate (10+2)
Detailed Mark sheets/Provisional Certificate/Degree/ Diploma Certificate of the qualifying examination.
Character Certificate from the Institution last attended.
Result card of the relevant entrance examination.
Four passport size colored photographs in formal dress.
Certificate of proof as candidate of SC / ST, BC, OBC, Kashmiri Migrants, North East States (seven), Sports Personnel (with authorized participation at National Level), Son/Daughter of Defence Personnel categories and Foreign Nationals seeking relaxation in the minimum eligibility criteria.
In addition to the documents mentioned above, all students will be required to submit following documents either during the orientation program after start of classes or within 3 days from the date of admission whichever is later:
Certificate of Medical Fitness
Proof of Residence (Ration Card/ Electricity Bill/ Telephone Bill/ Driving License etc.)
Undertaking by candidate and by parents for “Anti Ragging”, the format for which shall be available of NGFCET website
Undertaking by parents for total family income from all sources along with proof of income in the form of current Income Tax Return/ Certificate of Income from employers of parent(s)/ proof of survey conducted by DRDA of the district concerned of the applicant or any other authorized Government agency/ any other valid proof (Original /Attested Photocopy).
Any other document required / notified later.
What is the process for the Physical Counselling?
On the day of physical counselling, candidates shall report on the Registration Desk, arrange documents in the specified sequence in the file cover given on the spot, appear before the Document Verification Committee for verification of documents and move to the Admission Committee, if found eligible.
Admission committee shall allot the seats to the Candidates in order of merit subject to its availability and the candidates shall be required to deposit fee on the spot either through Demand Draft, Credit / Debit Card or in Cash. Cheques shall not be accepted. Additional convenience charges are payable as per rules in case of payment is made through Credit / Debit Card.
The seat shall be deemed to be allotted only on deposition of fee. If a candidate fails to deposit the fee on the spot, the right to admission shall be forfeited and the seat shall be offered to the candidate next in the merit list.
If a candidate reports late for admission on the designated day and time, he / she will be offered the seat available at the time of his appearance before the Admission Committee.
All Candidates are advised to report on the day of physical counselling in a formal and presentable dress as a fresh photograph may be required to be clicked on the spot.
All Students admitted in various programs shall collect their original testimonials / certificates at the time of allotment of seat against acknowledgement. All such students are also advised to keep a watch on NGFCET Website for further instructions if any.
Will I be interviewed before the admission?
Every student has to be physically present during physical counselling before the admission. Although, except for MBA, there are no marks awarded for interview for preparing the merit list for admission, but for all the programs at UG (except B.Tech), Group Discussion (GD) / Personal Interview (PI) is the part of selection process for final admission and is an independent screening test. Although admission in all UG programs shall be based on the merit of respective as first preference and percentage of marks scored in qualifying examination as a second preference, seats remaining vacant, those who fail to make a mark in GDPI may be denied admission.
Should the parents come along with the candidate for admission?
It is mandatory for the parents to attend the counselling. However, in case of an emergency, guardian may attend the counselling.
What is the mode of payment of fees?
The Payment of fees is through Demand draft in favour of NGFCET or in Cash at the time of physical counselling/admission.
How the merit list is prepared for admission to various streams of B.Tech Programs?
The Merit Lists for each program shall be prepared as per the criteria given in the Admission Brochure.
For B.Tech Program the merit list shall be prepared (i) on the basis of 60% weightage to the score in JEE-Main examination and 40 % weightage to the marks scored in 10+2 examination as first preference and (ii) on the basis of 60% weightage to the score in Uni-Gauge examination and 40 % weightage to the marks scored in 10+2 examination as second preference. Candidates are advised to supply the respective score in the application form as soon as the results are declared by the respective examination bodies. Those students who fail to supply any of these results shall go down in the merit list in the absence of respective weightage.
The vacant seats thereafter, if any, are filled on merit drawn on the basis of the relevant marks of the candidates in the qualifying Examination.
Assistance / Facilities to candidates
Do you allow the students to take admission who have got supplementary in the qualifying examination?
For all UG Programs, admission shall be made only if the Candidate has been declared pass in the qualifying examination clearly and meets the minimum eligibility criteria as laid down in the admission brochure. Candidates having compartment shall not be admitted in any of the UG Program till their result for the supplementary examination has been declared within the final cut off date of admission.
For PG Programs, candidates may be admitted provisionally subject to fulfillment of minimum eligibility criteria on or before 31.10.2019. For the purpose of preparation of Merit List, the marks scored upto pre final year of the qualifying examination shall be considered for those whose result has not been declared for the final year / semester. Student having compartments in any of the previous years shall not get credit for the subjects which they have not passed at the time of admission.
Admission Committee shall exercise fair discretion to see that based upon the academic performance in exam result which is available at the time of admission, whether the candidate is likely to meet the eligibility criteria. However it will be sole responsibility of the candidate to meet the minimum eligibility criteria for admission by the cutoff date mentioned above and no relaxation in minimum eligibility criteria shall be granted.
Is there any relaxation in the minimum eligibility criteria for some category of the students?
Yes, Relaxation of 5% marks in minimum eligibility criteria shall be given to the candidates from / of Women, SC / ST, BC, OBC, Kashmiri Migrants, North East States (seven), Sports Personnel (with authorized participation at National Level), Son/Daughter of Defence Personnel categories and Foreign Nationals for all the programs being offered at NGFCET. Although there is no reservation of any kind except for NRIs for whom 15% of the total seats in all programs are reserved. With the new directions of UGC, relaxation of 10% marks in minimum eligibility criteria shall be given to Kashmiri Migrants. Up to 5% of sanctioned intake, there is a special supernumerary Quota for students of Jammu and Kashmir as per directions of UGC.
What is your Policy for Withdrawal and refund of fees?
Candidates may withdraw their admission by submitting an online Application Form through the Admission Portal by logging in through their User Name and Password. Such candidate shall take out a print of the Withdrawal Application Form duly filled and submit the same in person along with original copy of the receipt of the fee deposited to the Office of the Registrar through Deputy Registrar (Registration & Scholarship) for which he/ she must obtain an acknowledgement.
The fee deposited by such a candidate shall be refunded after deducting Rs. 1000/- provided the candidate has submitted the printed copy of Withdrawal Application up to the first day of Commencement of the classes. The Withdrawal Application submitted online shall not be considered if its printed copy along with original receipt of fee is not submitted to the Deputy Registrar (R & S) against acknowledgement in writing. In such cases, the refund of fee shall be made within 30 days from the final cut off date of admission, which shall be normally 30th September of the calendar year, through cheque in favor of the Candidate only and sent at the address for correspondence through recorded delivery.
It is made clear that no refund of fee shall be made after the commencement of classes, even if the fresh admission continues against the vacant/ dropout seats. It is, further, made clear that if a candidate seeks admission after the commencement of the classes and later, withdraws his / her admission, no refund of fees, in such case shall be made.
Whether sufficient reference books are available in Library?
Yes, we have a rich library with a reasonably good collection of books. students may get their books issued from the State of the art RFID enabled Central Library in Block T, which has a collection of over than 1,00,000 text/reference books and over 60,000 electronic journals and e-books. Library subscribes more than 30000 National/ International Journals and have also large number of e-resources in the form of DVDs and CDs apart from Reports/ Theses/ Dissertations. The Library operations are fully automated. The Library with its state-of-the-art infrastructure, plush and spacious settings, aesthetically done up interiors and huge collection of more than one lakh documents in print and electronic format, is a bibliophile’s dream come true. To students at NGFCET, it offers a perfect platform for research, innovation and development and a tranquil ambience to explore the world of books. The Library is Wi-Fi and RFID enabled (a technology facilitating self-service of books in areas like the issue of books, return, renewal, reissue, reservation and security management), offering the latest state-of-the art technological applications including e-books, audio-books, e-journals, ipads to maximize the use and ease of library resources.
Kindles have recently been added to the existing collection of e-books and plans are on to introduce android application for students to check their account status online. With dedicated sections like Discussion Rooms, Audio Visual Rooms, Digital Library and a separate enclosure for Research and Reference, the Central Library is slowly but surely inculcating a reading habit among the young and restless.
What is the minimum attendance required to appear in the exams?
As per the Ordinance of the University, a student shall be required to have a minimum attendance of 75% in the aggregate of all the courses taken together in a semester for all the Programs
What kind of grooming programs are offered to the students?
Industry Interaction Partnership Cell (IPCC) at NGFCET provides training on personality and soft skills to enrich the students with employability traits.
Are there any management quota seats in any programme?
No, there is no management quota in any of the programmes. All the admissions are purely on the merit basis as per the criteria mentioned in the admission brochure of the University.
What measures are taken to help the students in finding employment?
We conduct special coaching for improving the employability skills of the students. For this purpose, NGFCET has a Career Development Centre, which grooms the students prior to their appearing for on-campus/off-campus placements. Also, we have a well organized placement cell called Corporate Resource Centre which is doing commendable job year after year. We have good rapport with a number of companies. Besides, we enjoy a very high reputation as an institution. For placement record refer to NGFCET Admission Brochure.
What is the procedure for admission or how do I join the University?
Candidates have to submit the online admission form on the university website. On the basis of the scores in the entrance exam and/or qualifying examination, a merit list is drawn as per the criteria mentioned in the admission brochure of the University for selection of students and admission is made through physical counselling.
What are the deadlines for admission?
For admission deadlines please refer to admission Calendar given in the NGFCET Admission Brochure. However, look for notices / alerts by clicking the ‘Admission Notices / Alerts’ Tab on the home page of NGFCET website.
English is not my first language. Will I get support?
English is an internationally accepted language and to support students we have in course Professional Communication, Soft Skills and other foreign languages classes. Pass in English at 10th and 12th is mandatory in almost all programs as detailed in the eligibility criteria of each program in the admission brochure.
I need to speak to an adviser as I am not sure as to which program to choose. Will I get any support?
Our expert team of admission counselors is available to help you and guide you throughout admission process; they would help you if you require any information/counselling on choosing the program or specialization or if you face any difficulty in filling up the application form.
How are the students assessed?
During the course of each Program, students will be assessed through their class tests, practicals, reports, essays, problem-based learning, projects, presentation, thesis and end semester examination etc.
From which University, the degree will be awarded?
On successful completion of the Program as per its minimum requirements, the degree shall be awarded by NGFCET.
How many days does the University work in a week?
The University works for Five days (Monday to Friday) in a week for normal teaching, however, the students do come on Saturdays as well for their research work, projects, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
What are the facilities provided in the campus?
There are many facilities including Cricket Ground, Table Tennis room, Lawn Tennis Court, Badminton Court, Basket Ball Court, Football Ground, Volleyball Ground, Billiards Table, Squash Facilities, Athletic tracks, Shooting range, a well-equipped gymnasium, Open Air Theatre, Medical facilities, Cafeteria and Food courts, ATM, Campus Shop, Book Shop, a truly green fully networked campus. For detail visit our website at www.NGFCET.edu.in.
Where do I get admission information for NRIs and Foreign Nationals?
Detailed information is available in Admission Cell.
Do you have any reservation policy for admission?
NGFCET presently follows the reservation policy as under: NRI/ Foreign National / PIO seats: 15% in all programmes/ courses. General Seats: 85%.
However, relaxation of 5% marks in minimum eligibility criteria shall be given to the candidates from / of Women, SC / ST, BC, OBC, Kashmiri Migrants, North East States (seven), Sports Personnel (with authorized participation at National Level), Son/Daughter of Defence Personnel categories and Foreign Nationals for all the programs being offered at NGFCET. Although there is no reservation of any kind except for NRIs for whom 15% of the total seats in all programs are reserved. With the new directions of UGC, relaxation of 10% marks in minimum eligibility criteria shall be given to Kashmiri Migrants. Up to 5% of sanctioned intake, there is a special supernumerary Quota for students of Jammu and Kashmir as per directions of UGC
What sort of medical facilities are available on campus? Where is the nearest hospital?
We have a well qualified doctor, two dispensaries and two well equipped Ambulances. A full range of Dental treatment facilities are available in our Dental College. The nearest Hospital (Asian Institute of Medical Science) is located just 4 Km. away.
Is the Campus Wi-Fi enabled?
Yes, It is Wi-Fi-enabled campus including hostels.
Is there any facility for us to stay in the campus when we come for counselling?
No, we don’t provide any such facility. But many hotels and guest houses are available close to our campus.
Is there any bus facility available in NGFCET?
What type of transport facility is available to the users from various locations?
The type of transport facility available differs from location to location, e.g- AC buses for Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida and Non-AC buses for Faridabad and Palwal.
What are the transport charges for the said location?
List of approved charges is available on our university website.
What will be their route for different location?
Tentative routes for will be as per current routes which are displayed on website but route for will be finalized only after the closure of admission procedure of NGFCET.
How can the transport facility be availed?
Firstly, a Transport Application Form will be filled duly signed by both, the Student and the Parent/Guardian, Two passport size photographs and Application No. will be required.
The duly filled Transport Application Form should be submitted to the Transport Department for the verification and updation.
Then after getting signature of the concerned official of Transport Department, the same should be submitted to CAD along with the applicable transport charges.
Can the transport fee be deposited in parts?
No, it is paid full for the whole session in advance at the time of availing transport facility.
How can be the Transport Fee deposited?
Transport Fee is accepted by only two modes of payment, i.e. Demand Draft and Credit or Debit Card.
Can the transport facility be withdrawn?
No, transport facility can’t be withdrawn except a) Withdrawal of Admission, b) Shifting of the residence to the place where the transport facility of NGFCET is not available, and c) Shifting to the Hostel of NGFCET.
What amount will be refunded, in case the transport facility is withdrawn?
Refund will be as per the Transport Refund Policy, as approved by the competent authority of NGFCET.
What document needs to be carried by the student after depositing transport charges to use the transport facility till the final transport ID card is issued?
Initially, a transport fee receipt will be issued from the CAD department to the transport facility users immediately after depositing applicable transport fee. This receipt will have to be carried by the user at the time of using NGFCET transport facility. Thereafter, a Transport ID Card will be issued to the transport users from the Transport Department on showing of the same receipt.
How the information and any updates will be conveyed to the transport users?
Any information/Circular, issued by the Transport Department, will be displayed outside the Transport office as well as in every bus of each route. Information may also be conveyed through the Notice Boards of the respective Institutes.
Is there any clause of Fine and Penalty?
a) In case of default in fee payment on time, there is a Late Fee Fine, which is charged only after getting the approval from the competent authority of NGFCET.
b) In case of any indiscipline in or around bus or transport system or within the campus, disciplinary action along with the penalty may also be levied. Transport facility may also be terminated for such student without refunding any fee.
c) In case, the user is found travelling by NGFCET bus without carrying the valid transport ID card, he/she may be penalized.
d) In case, the Transport ID Card / Fee Receipt is misplaced, some amount of duplicate Receipt/ ID Card is charged along with the FIR/ Affidavit on stamp paper duly attested by the Notary Public.
From where the buses can be boarded in the Campus?
The buses are parked behind T-Block and can be boarded only from there at the scheduled time and it is expected to reach there in the parking at least 15 minutes before the scheduled departure of buses.
In case of bus breakdown on the route, what will be the alternative arrangement?
Firstly, the transport department will make the efforts for providing an alternative transport facility. However, in rare circumstances, hiring of the public vehicle, with individual/group (pool) user’s level, may also be the alternative solution at that time on reimbursement basis.
In case of Emergencies, who can be contacted?
All the contact numbers will be displayed in each and every bus and may accordingly be contacted at the time of emergency.
How can a seat in bus be claimed by the authorized transport users?
A seat number is given to every transport user on the basis of the First-Come-First-Serve basis. The student, who deposits the transport fee first, is eligible to get seat first. Depositing of transport fee does not confirm the allotment of seat in the bus. List of the transport users is displayed on every route bus with their allotted seat numbers.
What will be the validity of Transport ID Card?
Transport fee is always charged once for the whole academic session and it is valid upto the end of the academic session. If a student who has to go for off campus training in any of the semester; only 60% fee is charged from the users. For such student, the card and fee is valid only till the examination of the said academic semester.
What is the complaint / feedback procedure of the transport system?
There is a Complaint / Feedback Register, kept with the Transport Department and any kind of complaint may be lodged in it. Also there is an email ID of the Transport Manager i.e. [email protected] that can also be used for complaint/ Feedback via electronic media.
Is there any online access to the Transport System of NGFCET?
Yes, of course there is a transporation link on the website. Link is http://NGFCET.edu.in/about-us/transportation/
Q-1. Do you have hostel facility for students?
Ans. – Yes, we do have. We have Separate hostels for Boys and Girls.
Q-2. How many hostels do you have?
Ans. – We have two boys’ hostels and one girls’ hostel in campus and one off campus hostel for girls.
Q-3. What is the capacity of your hostels for boys and girls?
Ans. For girls we have the capacity of 100 and for boys it is 250.
Q-4. Are you having A/C and Non A/C rooms for hostellers?
Ans. – Yes, we have A/C as well as Non A/C rooms for hostellers.
Q-5. On what basis the seat is allotted for hostel?
Ans. Allotment is on the basis of first cum first service.
Q-6. Do you have hostel accommodation with attached/ common bathrooms?
Ans. – We have accommodation with attached bathrooms as well as with common bathrooms.
Q.-7.What is your sharing capacity of rooms in hostels?
Ans. – We have two seaters & four seaters’ rooms for boys and two seaters, three seaters & five seaters’ rooms for girls.
Q-9. What types of facilities do you provide to the hostellers?
Ans – Besides good quality and hygienic food in the mess, we provide with 24 hrs security, 24 hrs power back up, internet facility, news paper to individual rooms, laundry, sports facilities, First Aid and medical facilities etc.
Q-10. Do you have separate mess for girls and boys?
Ans – Yes, we have separate mess for girls and boys.
Q-11. How is the quality of food in the mess?
Ans – The hostel mess has been outsourced to a multinational company “SODEXO”, which provides very good and hygienic food to the hostellers.
Q -12. Do you engage the hostellers in other activities also?
Ans – Yes, we have formed different committees for cultural and sports activities and functions and matches for the hostellers are organized regularly.
Q-13. What type of basic infra structure and items are provided in the room of a hostel?
Ans – We facilitate them with bed, study table, chair and almirah. However, individual hosteller has to procure bedding by himself/herself.
Q-14. Are there any restrictions of timings for the hostellers?
Ans – yes, we allow the hostellers till 7.00 pm during winters and for summer we allow upto 7.30 pm.
Q-15. How hosteller can go to his/her home town? Is there any system or process?
Ans. The hostellers are allowed to go to home town with prior information to the warden in writing and for girls, hostel warden makes a call to the parents to take permission and only after that she is allowed to leave.
Q-16. How the hostellers purchase their house hold things or things for day to day use?
Ans – We provide college bus to the hostellers once in a week to purchase day to day needs.
Q.-17. If some hosteller falls sick or get injured what actions do you take?
Ans. – NGFCET has its own dispensary. We have a First Aid facility and 24 hrs availability of ambulance. Our warden takes the hosteller with him in ambulance and gets his treatment done according to situation.
Q-18. What about ragging?
Ans. – We have 0% ragging in our hostels as well as in Campus. The different committees have been formulated for this purpose. We are proud to say that we have a ragging free campus.
.Q-19. Can the hostler keep vehicle in the hostel?
Ans. – Yes, with the written permission from the competent authorities, a hosteller can keep a vehicle in the hostel.
Q- 20 Do you have laundry facility in the campus?
Ans. – Yes, we do have.