Student Information

Pre Arrival Information
  • Parul University is just 115 KM drive from Ahmedabad International Airport and 415 KM drive from Mumbai International Airport. You need to book your ticket to Ahmedabad International Airport or Mumbai International Airport after taking a Valid Student Visa from Indian Embassy / High Commission.
  • Make sure that you have taken all the required vaccinations like Yellow Fever, Typhoid Vaccine, Hepatitis Vaccine, etc. to avoid medical complications while you are in India.
  • Make sure you inform Parul University’s International student affair cell for the Airport pickup at least two weeks prior to arrival and provide the complete details of flight.
  • Make sure that you bring the Admission Letter issued by the University along with all the Certificates/Degrees, Transcripts (in original), 15 passport size photographs and bank statement of last three months.
  • You can carry all your money in form of Travellers Cheques, which can be easily redeemed at the airport as well as a number of foreign exchange offices and banks or you can use International Debit / Credit Cards.
  • Temperature ranges between 40 to 47 degree Celsius during summers and 15 to 25 degree Celsius during winters. Here the winter season starts around November so the warm material (blankets, quilts, woolens, etc.) must be brought accordingly.
  • Whilst everything is available in India, however try to get all that you would require during the initial few days. All the essentials can be availed from the University tuck shops as well as markets available around a range of 5 km from University Campus.
  • The electric standard in India works on 50 Hz and 5A. So, ensure that you have an adapter for your mobile or laptop if it operates on a different voltage in your country. Also the electric sockets are 2 or 3 pin so ensure that you carry a converter in case required.
Post Arrival Information
  • After reaching Ahmedabad International Airport or Vadodara International Airport University will arrange Airport Pickup for Students who have shared their flight details with International Student Affair cell and the executives will drop you at hostel.
  • Next Day Student have to report in the International Student Affair cell (ISAC) along with all the required documents and interact with the reporting officer.
  • The documents will be checked and verified by ISAC staff. Students will fill the registration form and submit the required documents after reading them carefully to get registered in the respective programs.
  • It is a mandatory for all International students except those from Nepal and Bhutan to get their Student Visa registered at FRRO/FRO to get RC/RP from Vadodara rural or Vadodara Urban within 14 days of arrival in India. Students from Nepal and Bhutan have to go for C-form registration. University will guide and assist Student with all the required processes.
  • Student has to report Parul Aarogya Seva Mandal for Medical Checkup.
  • Students joining the university after the prescribed time period may be denied admission.
  • It is the prime responsibility of the student to visit International Student Affair cell (ISAC) in time to complete the required documentations, so that no fine is levied against him/her.
  • ISAC of Parul University also provides assistance in academic and cultural affair of the students.
  • Student has to attend the Orientation program in the university which will help them to understand the geographical, political and social structure of the India along with rules and regulations of the University.
Examination Instructions

1. The student shall present the Hall Ticket for entry to the Examination Hall. Student failing to present the Hall Ticket shall not be allowed entry.
2. The student shall take the allotted seat 30 minutes before commencement of the Examination.
3. No student shall be allowed to enter the Examination Hall after 30 minutes from commencement of the examination.
4. No student shall be allowed to leave the Examination Hall during the first hour of the examination.
5. No communication of any kind shall be allowed during the examination. Communication with the invigilator shall only be permitted.
6. Cellular phone, iPod, MP3 player, pager or any other device with text display or digital imaging facility and Programmable Calculators shall not be allowed.
7. Borrowing or lending of examination material (including calculators, pens, pencils, etc.) is prohibited.
8. The student must hand over the answer sheet(s) to the invigilator before leaving Examination Hall.
9. In case student is found using any Unfair means in the examination , Student is considered to be involved in Indiscipline and disciplinary action will be taken against them.

FAQs

01. After completing all formalities related with Registration what should I do?
You will go to your respective Institute for attending classes.

02. When do we receive our University ID card?
It will take 10 days after your Registration, and it will be issued from Central Library.

03. What should I do if my ID card is damaged or stolen?
You will have to pay a fine decided by the library and New ID card will be issued after 7 days of submission of payment for new ID card.

04. What should I do if there is some mistake in my ID card?
Write an application indicating correction(s) needed in the card and submit it in central library. A fresh ID card will be issued after 7 days of submission of application.

05. What should I do if I want to change my course?
You have to write an application indicating your new course to Head of International Student Affair Cell within three days of arrival. They will evaluate your request and if acceptable will cancel re-issue a new Admission Letter and do other necessary formalities.

06. How can I check my result, academic details and account details?
All results are available on MIS website www.pumis.in. Click on “Student Login” and enter your login credentials which will be shared at the time you register in International Student Affair Cell.

07. Are books provided to students from the University?
The state-of-the-art Libraries located in Institutes of the ParulUniversity

08. In addition to Admission Letter and Testimonials, is there any other formality I have to complete at the time of Registration?
On arrival and completion of Registration process, all International students have to get themselves medically examined in Parul Arogya Seva Mandal Hospital.

09. To Whom I have to report regarding problems in Hostel?
You can inform the Hostel Rector/Master of the Halls about the problems you are facing in the hostel, and at the same time inform International Student Affair of cell, the problem faced by you for follow up.

10. How hostel rooms are allotted?
Hostel rooms are allotted on first-cum-first basis and availability of room, subject to hostel fee has been paid.

11. How do I do my laundry?
A laundry man is assigned by the university.

12. Do I have to pay any fees at the time of Registration?
Yes, if you have not paid your Registration Fee, Tuition Fee and Hostel/Mess Fee (if hostel accommodation is opted). You have to deposit all the unpaid fees at the time of Registration. Please carry your original receipts of payment of fees if already paid.

13. Where can I deposit fee after coming to University?
Fee can be deposited in Accounts Department which is located in the Administrative Block the University
You can also pay through International Debit/credit card

14. How do I open a bank account in Indian Bank?
International student affair cell will help and assist you in opening your bank account. You need to bring following documents:
• Passport and Visa
• Copy for your Id Proof
• Rent Agreement/Hostel ID Card
• 2 Passport size photographs
• Bonafide Letter from your Institute
• University Identity Card (ID)

15. How does Parul University cater to security of the students?
Entire campus including hostels, residential areas, parking and academic areas are very well secured through 24×7 hours outsourced security agencies with armed guards. C.C.T.V. cameras have been installed at strategic places to keep a close vigil in the campus.