I am Sidharth PS, a career counselor and career blogger with more than 17 years of experience in the education field. I used to get thousands of calls and messages from students and parents asking for direct admissions.
So to give them a basic idea, I thought I would create a category for direct admission to different colleges, universities, and courses.
You have to keep in mind that, in this article, I will be giving you a general idea about direct admission. I will be linking to articles that will give you a clear idea about direct admissions to different courses and colleges.
What is Direct Admission?
This is just to give you people the basic idea about direct admission. 😀
As the term says, Direct admission means admission to any college or course without any entrance exam or hectic procedures. DIRECT ADMISSION!
Direct admission is not possible for all the colleges and courses.
For example, if you want to take direct admission for medical courses like MBBS or BDS, you have to qualify for the NEET entrance exam and also attend the counseling conducted by the government authority.
And for courses like arts, engineering, management, etc, you can easily get direct admission.
In the coming sections, I will mention the trending courses and colleges for direct admissions.
Trending Courses for Direct Admission
Trending Colleges & Universities
Direct Admission to SRM University
Direct Admission to Vit Vellore
Direct Admission to rvce
direct admission in bmsce
direct admission to Christ University
The following documents must be provided during the admission to the college authority.
- 12th Marks Card.
- 12th Pass certificate.
- 10th Marks Card.
- 10th pass certificate.
- Transfer Certificate.
- Migration Certificate.
- Conduct Certificate.
- Identity Card – Aadhar Card.
- 8 passport-size photos.
- Income Certificate, if applicable.
Direct Admission Procedure
The procedures for direct admission to different colleges are different. For example, most of the colleges have a direct application and recommendation procedure. For a few colleges, you have to attend an interview for the same.
Here I will be mentioning the general procedures for direct admission.
Steps and Procedure for Direct Admission
- Apply for the college or university online – a few of them will have an application fee ranging from Rs.1000 to Rs.10,000.
- Shortlisting – your application will be shortlisted either on the basis of marks or recommendation.
- Document verification – if you have confirmed to join the college, then you have to submit all your original documents for verification.
- Fee payment – you have to pay the first year tuition fees and other fees depending on the college. Some colleges might also charge a developmental fee.
- Admission Order – you will be provided with the receipts and admission order via email or as a hard copy.
Benefits of Direct Admission
Many of you might be thinking what is the difference between a direct admission and normal admission, right? There are a few differences and I just want you to know that.
01. Easy Procedures.
02. Low waiting time.
03. No last minute tension.
04. Easy payment options.
05. First come First Serve.
06. High interview cracking rate.
Frequently Asked Question
A: No, we cannot help you in getting direct admission to any government college.
A: No, you can never get direct admission to MBBS or BDS without qualifying for NEET.
A: Few colleges do ask for development fees for highly demanded courses.
A: Yes, you can easily apply for an educational loan even if it is direct admission.
A: No, Never! You can never take direct admission without qualifying the basic eligibility criteria.
Here I have tried my best to include all the information related to direct admission. All the information provided is in general and I had given reference links to in-depth informational articles. Those will surely help you to get complete idea about direct admissions in different colleges and courses.
If you are having any queries feel free to comment it below and I will try my best to revert back as soon as possible.
For any urgent queries you can contact me directly on +91-7907887585 via call or WhatsApp.