Admissions – FAQs

What is the fee structure of programmes?
Our fee structure varies from programme to programme. Our admissions office will be happy to guide you through the fee structure for the programme of your choice. Please call us on +91 9141707070 or email us at admissions@acharyabbs.ac.in to know more.

What is the procedure to apply for an education loan?
A bank loan may be approved and sanctioned only after the advance payment of fees for your first semester. Following this, you may request us for an expenditure certificate which you can subsequently present to your bank.

Does ABBS have any banking partnerships?
ABBS has partnerships with Axis Bank and Punjab National Bank. However, since the courses offered at ABBS are all AICTE-approved, you are free to avail a loan through any government or private bank of your choice.

How do I secure my admission upon receiving my offer letter?
To secure your admission, you must pay an initial deposit amount via a demand draft drawn in favour of ABBS. This initial deposit amount varies between programmes; yours will be communicated to you via your offer letter. This deposit amount will be deducted from the fees due for your first semester.

What is the deadline for submission of applications?
Undergraduate applications are accepted until 1st July, and postgraduate applications are accepted until 30th August each year.

How do I know if I am eligible for a programme?
Eligibility criteria differ from programme to programme. Visit Why ABBS > Programmes and click on the programme of your choice to check for specific eligibility requirements.

Do I need to take an entrance exam to qualify for admission?
Undergraduate courses at ABBS do not entail an entrance exam. Postgraduate management courses, however, require that an applicant take a competitive management entrance exam to qualify for admission. Visit Why ABBS > Programmes and click on the programme of your choice to check for specific eligibility criteria.

Do you have a placement cell?
Yes. We have an active, dynamic and consistent placement cell. Every year, over 80% of our MBA graduates get recruited by the end of their two-year course. This number reaches 100% by convocation.

Do you offer merit-based scholarships?
We offer a host of merit-based scholarships under our President’s Scholarship initiative; fifteen at the undergraduate level and ten at the postgraduate level. Visit Admissions and Aid > Aid to know more.

When will I know my programme commencement date?
Your programme commencement date will be communicated to you well in advance, giving you adequate time to prepare for your movement.

What arrangement can I expect for study material and other content?
Our library is well-stocked and regularly updated with study material and course content. However, a selection of specialised books may be recommended for purchase.

Do you have a dress code?
ABBS adheres to a uniform policy. All new students are given uniforms which serve to be worn on all business days.

What facilities can I expect at the hostel?
Our gold-standard hostels are fitted with a range of amenities that will help ease you into your new environment. In addition to a well-equipped room holding a bed, a study table and a wardrobe, our hostels are also furnished with 24/7 CCTV security, Wi-Fi connectivity, transportation facilities, laundry rooms and televisions. Our mess halls serve a variety of cuisines, with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options on the menu.

What documents should I carry with me on the reporting date?
On the reporting date, you will be expected to hand over the following documents:

  • Original 10 + 2 certificate from a recognised global board or council
  • Original 10th-grade certificate, issued by a recognised global board or council
  • Original transfer certificate
  • Original character certificate
  • Original migration certificate (if you are transferring in from another university)
  • Two copies of each of the documents mentioned above
  • 10 passport photographs
  • 10 stamp size photographs
  • Valid student visa (if you are an international student)