Ashoka University

Application and Admission Policy

Application Policies

Admission Policies

Once an applicant has completed all the components of the application process, the Admissions Committee will evaluate their candidature to shortlist them for the Interview Round. The Office of Admissions follows the policies given below:

Education Board Specific Policies

Please Click here to read Ashoka University’s Educational Board- specific policies. (As the attachment is a downloadable PDF file, this can just go as a link with meta-tag of the link)

Discipline-Specific Policies

Ashoka University has specific policies for particular disciplines/courses for students who wish to Major or Minor in any of the disciplines listed below:

Major or Minor (Disciplines) Subject(s) Required in Grades XI and XII Department-Specific Details
Economics, Economics and Finance, Economics and History, Politics, Philosophy and Economics Mathematics The Department will not make any exceptions to this policy
Mathematics Mathematics For the Department to make any case-by-case exception, the student will have to demonstrate to a Faculty Advisor that s/he has sufficient knowledge and grasp of Mathematics (equivalent to the CBSE Grades XI and XII Mathematics course)
Computer Science, Computer Science and Entrepreneurship, Computer Science and Mathematics Mathematics For the Department to make any case-by-case exception, the student will have to demonstrate to a Faculty Advisor that s/he has sufficient knowledge and grasp of Mathematics (equivalent to the CBSE Grades XI and XII Mathematics course)
Physics Mathematics and Physics For the Department to make any case-by-case exception, the student will have to demonstrate to a Faculty Advisor that s/he has sufficient knowledge and grasp of Mathematics and Physics (equivalent to the CBSE Grades XI and XII Mathematics and Physics courses)
Note: Ashoka University accepts Standard Level (SL) Mathematics/Physics in the International Baccalaureate(IB) and Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Mathematics/Physics in the Cambridge Board for discipline-specific requirements of the specified Major/Minor programmes

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