गौतम बुद्ध विश्वविद्यालय
Gautam Buddha University

Important Instruction


  1. Candidates are advised to read the Admission Brochure carefully, check their eligibility and applicable reservation category etc. before filling and submitting the application form. The application forms shall be available in the online mode only from the University Website:  http://www.gbu.ac.in.
  2. Applicants are advised to go through the demo video to fill the form. 
  3. The applicants are advised that they must keep the details of their login-id and the password secure and safe as the form filling as well as admit cards shall be made available through the online mode only. 
  4. The incomplete/wrongly filled online application forms shall be rejected.
  5. It is the responsibility of the candidates to ascertain whether he/she possesses the requisite eligibility and qualifications for admission. Applying for a particular entrance test, appearing for the written examination and qualifying the same does not necessarily mean acceptance of eligibility. 
  6. All applicants will get all information through the University website (www.gbu.ac.in). A candidate would be responsible for not visiting GBU website for required details.
  7. The candidate is advised to use only one email & mobile number use at the time of Registration for all type of communication. A candidate would be responsible for not visiting his/her given email box/message box of the mobile regarding relevant details.
  8. Grievance(s) about Entrance Test: If any grievance(s) is raised pertaining to any question(s) by any examinee within 24 hrs. of the test, it would be referred to the grievance committee. The grievance committee may keep the question as such, or may delete any question in consultation with the relevant subject expert. In every case, the decision of grievance committee shall be binding upon all.
  9. The result of admission declared for various programmes by the University shall be final and binding upon the candidates.
  10. Any plea that a candidate failed to receive in-person information for appearing in GBU-ET 2020-21 and/or counselling/interview for direct mode/any other programmes will not be accepted as a ground for the refund of fee or any other redresser.
  11. The University accepts the prescribed fee only. A candidate is required to contact his/her own banker for the refund of the fee payment which is debited in excess during the online transaction. The University would not entertain the queries related to refund of application fee which is not credited in University's accounts.
  12. Practice Videos for Computer based test will be uploaded on GBU admission portal in due course of time.
  13. Download the fee receipt after successful submission of application form and payment. Application form fee is to be paid through Credit Card/Debit Card/Net Banking/UPI and application form fee once paid is Non-Refundable in any circumstances.
  14. The candidate must download their admit card from the University website from 11 May, 2020 onwards and carry the admit card to the entrance examination centre with two passport size photographs, similar to that uploaded/pasted on the application form and an identity proof.
  15. Issuance of admit card doesn't ensure the eligibility of the candidate for admission in any programme.
  16. The counselling schedule will be available on GBU website in due course of time. The Candidates will be solely responsible for not reporting on the scheduled counselling date and time.
  17. The candidate(s) seeking admission must produce their admit card at the time of counselling and retain his/her admit card until the completion of admission process.
  18. A Separate Application form has to be filled-in for each programme(s) having distinct code(s).
  19. The registration fee paid at the time of counselling by the candidate after the allotment of seat will not be refunded under any circumstances.
  20. For more information, please visit University website: www.gbu.ac.in or contact at 120-2344234/47/44.

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