Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy, Established in 1983, Sirsa is a pioneering and leading institute in Northern India and offers D. Pharm., B. Pharm., M. Pharm., and PhD programs. The College is established under the aegis of Lord Shiva Charitable Trust, Sirsa. The College is situated in the heart of Sirsa City, on the banks of Bhambur Canal. The College is duly approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), Govt. of Haryana and is affiliated to Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak (Haryana) as well a Haryana state Board of Technical Education, Panchkula (Haryana).
Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy
M.Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
B.Pharmacy-2nd year (LEET)
Address : Lord Shiva College of Pharmacy Near Civil Hospital, Sirsa-125055 (Hry)
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Two Online-Off-Campus Counselings will be conducted for admission against B.Pharmacy / B.Pharmacy (Lateral Entry) for all the seats of Govt./ University Departments and 75% seats of Self Financing Institutes/ Deemed to be University Departments and Private Universities only as follows:
1st Counseling: - shall be done for all categories namely AIC, HOGC, SC, SCD, BC-A, BC-B, PH, ESM (with all priorities) and FF of all categories with 25% Horizontal Female reservation.
2nd Counseling: - shall be done for all categories namely AIC, HOGC, SC, SCD, BC (by merging BCA and BCB in BC), PH and merging all ESM (all priorities) and FF with 25% Horizontal Female reservation.
Note: For the supernumerary seats i.e. Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) and Economically Weaker Section (EWS) seats will be filled separately on the basis of inter-semerit of qualifying exam and counseling will be done parallel to general counseling. As per PCI, these seats are available only in B.Pharmacy Course.
After 2nd counseling, no online counseling shall be conducted by HSTES and admission shall be made at Institute level counseling after merging the subcategories (including female) of a particular reserved category into the main reserved category. In the event of seats remaining vacant/ unfilled, if any, same shall be filled up before the final cut-off date of admissions without any reservation on the basis of Inter-se-Merit of the percentage of aggregate marks of qualifying examination (with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Maths, and English).
The private unaided institutions/ Deemed to be University Departments and Private Universities shall make admission for B.Pharmacy/ B.Pharmacy (Lateral Entry) courses only against 25% of the sanctioned seats at their own level
The admissions made by private institutes at their own level are open for supervision and monitoring by the Directorate of Technical Education, Haryana, Haryana State Technical Education Society, and Admission & Fee Regulatory Committee constituted by the State Govt. in pursuance of the judgment dated 14.08.2003 of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in Writ Petition (Civil) No. 350 of 1993 (Islamic Academy & Anr. Vs. State of Karnataka & Ors.).
While displaying the status of availability of seats, the number of seats available in an institution will be displayed as per eligibility/category. The non-availability of the seats in an institution & the seats/institution for which a candidate is not eligible will not be shown to him/her.
If a candidate is admitted on the basis of the information submitted by him/her, which is found to be incorrect or false later on, his/her admission shall be canceled and all fees and other dues paid by him/her shall be forfeited. The HSTES/University/Institute may also take further action, as deemed fit, against the candidate and his/her guardian in accordance with the law.
RESERVATION OF SEATS
a. Govt. /Govt. University Departments:
The Reservation policy notified by the State Government of Haryana is applicable for admissions in Technical Education Institutions for the session 2021-22:
[a-1] All India Category
15% of the sanctioned intake
[b] State Quota
85% of the sanctioned intake
[b-1]Haryana Open General Category (General)
50% of State Quota
[b-2] Reserved Categories of Haryana
50% of State Quota
20% of State Quota
50% of 20% to Scheduled Castes
50% of 20% to Deprived Scheduled Castes
Backward Classes (A)
16% of State Quota
Backward Classes (B)
11% of State Quota
3% of State Quota
*In the case of the SC category, the condition of 50% of 20% to Scheduled Castes and 50% of 20% to Scheduled Deprived Castes (as mentioned above) is applicable only for reservation in Admission in Government Educational Institutions.
Important Note: 25 % horizontal reservation in all categories shall be provided for girl candidates
b. Private Self Financing institutions/ Deemed to be University/ Private University:
The sanctioned intake in private unaided institutions for B.Pharmacy / B.Pharmacy (Lateral Entry) Course shall be distributed as under:
The institutions shall fill 25% of sanctioned intake (management quota) of their PCI approved B.Pharmacy/ B.Pharmacy (Lateral Entry) course at their own level on the basis of merit of marks secured in the qualifying examination in a fair and transparent manner before the last cut off date of Admissions.
75% of sanctioned intake shall be filled through HSTES.
The admissions of 75% of sanctioned intake in Private Unaided Institutes shall be done by HSTES as per the Reservation Policy notified by the State Government of Haryana as above
c. Unaided Minority Institutions:
All India Category not exceeding up to 15% (at the discretion of the management as above).
Minority Quota- 42.5% of sanctioned intake fixed by the State Govt. vide notification No. 20/5/2004-4TE, dated 25.06.2004.
Balance – 42.5% (half for Haryana Open General and half for reserved categories of Haryana in the ratio as specified above).
1. 25% horizontal reservation in all above categories shall be provided for girl students.
2. The reservation policy is to be implemented as per existing State Government Policy.
3. Vacant seats if any against reserved categories will be offered to General Category aspirants on the basis of merit.
Procedure for Applying Online
The applications for admission in B.Pharmacy and B.Pharmacy (Lateral Entry) Courses shall be invited online at www.onlinetesthry.gov.in as per the “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I. There is no printed application form available/ accepted. A candidate seeking admission in B.Pharmacy/ B.Pharmacy (Lateral Entry) has to fill online Application Form on the website www.onlinetesthry.gov.in. In addition to filling out the application form, the candidate has to upload his/her photo, signature, proofs of qualifying examination, and Date of Birth for verification by the team of the designated center.
Portal www.onlinetesthry.gov.in for online registration (online application) for B.Pharmacy and B.Pharmacy (Lateral Entry) shall be open for the session 2021-22 as per the schedule mentioned in “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I.
The online application fee shall be deposited by the candidate on www.onlinetesthry.gov.in through a Credit/Debit Card or Net-banking by using an online payment gateway during filling the online application form.
Online Application fee for B.Pharm. and B.Pharm. Lateral Entry: Rs. 500/- for General Category Rs.200/- for All Reserved Categories (SC/SC-D/BC/ PH/FF/ESM/GIRLS/TFW/EWS) The Application Fee once paid shall not be refunded (full or partial) under any circumstances. The service charges will be charged from the payer for using an online payment gateway.
Inter-se-Merit shall be prepared for those candidates only who will fill all the required parameters and upload the photo, signature & proof of qualifying examination, etc.
Before applying online, the candidate should read carefully B. Pharmacy and B. Pharmacy (Lateral Entry) Prospectus–2021-22 available at www.hstes.org.in. and instructions mentioned on the website www.onlinetesthry.gov.in.
In case of filling in wrong information, the application of such a candidate can be rejected at any stage.
Before submitting the online application form, the candidate can check and edit his/her registration details. Further, the candidate should also ensure that the photograph & signature uploaded is his/her own photograph & signature and the registration details of the candidate must be the same as those registered in the qualifying exam.
It has been decided by the Government that, the candidate shall submit preferably the Aadhaar Number (or Enrolment No.) at the time of online registration.
The candidate must apply before the closing date for the submission of the Online Application Form as per the “Key Dates” given in Appendix-I.
The candidates are advised to take the help of nearby Common Service Centers (CSCs) for filling out the application form and pay of fee.
The candidates have to fill the particulars online and also upload their colored photograph (JPG File Max. 30KB Size), Signature (JPG File Max. 20KB Size) & scanned pdf of certificate of qualifying examination, and proof of Date of birth (Single PDF of 500 KB). The Documents uploaded on the application form should be in a readable form. The candidate must check the clarity of documents while uploading the same.
The candidate (Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) and Economical Weaker Section (EWS)) of B. Pharmacy course shall upload his/her Income certificate for TFW and Income & Asset Certificate for EWS category issued by a competent authority (PDF of Max 500 KB Size) at the time of filling online application.
The particulars/credentials of the candidate in the application form must exactly be the same as registered in the qualifying examination.
The candidates are advised to clearly opt for the course i.e. B. Pharmacy or B. Pharmacy (Lateral Entry).
The candidates should note down the unique application number which will be generated when the candidate submits the online application form. The unique application number will be required for future communication. The candidate should keep a copy of the application form for his/ her record.
The candidate should remember his/her Application Number & Password. It should not be shared with any other person for security purposes.
Improper photos or signatures may lead to rejection of the online application. For better visibility, the signature should be done with a black ink pen.
Any incorrect information submitted by the candidate may lead to disqualification. The candidate should also verify his/her photo and signature before confirming the registration details.
To fill in the Online Application Form, Tab Key can be used to jump from one item to another. In the Application Form, items marked with * are compulsory.
Note: Submission of duplicate applications is not allowed. In case, if a candidate wants to correct/ update certain detail(s) submitted in his/ her online application form, the same would be done up to the last date of filing of the online application form and the candidate may contact HSTES (on e-mail id [email protected] and Toll-free No. 1800-137-3735) for correction/ updation of certain detail(s) submitted in his/ her online application form during the specified period.
LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE PRODUCED BY THE CANDIDATES AT THE TIME OF PHYSICAL/ ONLINE REPORTING AT THE INSTITUTE:
The provisionally admitted candidates, at the time of reporting at the institute physically, must bring the following Original Certificates/ Documents/ Testimonials, if later asked by the institute. Any candidate, who fails to produce any of the required Certificate/ Documents/ Testimonial at the time of joining the classes in the institute physically, will forfeit his/ her claim to admission.
Qualifying Examination: as per Eligibility mentioned in chapter -3
Matriculation/ High School Certificate.
Regular Candidates: The candidates who passed their qualifying exam. From School/ College as regular students are required to submit the Character Certificate as per Annexure-I.
Private Candidates: Candidates, who have passed the qualifying examination as private candidates should submit their Character Certificate, duly signed by a First Class Magistrate.
Residents Certificate as per Annexure-II, if applicable: Candidates, who have passed their qualifying examination from a Board/ Recognized School located in the State of Haryana will be deemed to be Haryana residents and will not be required to submit certificates of bonafide residents of Haryana.
Certificate from the Employer in the case of Employees of Govt. of Haryana, members of All India Services born on Haryana Cadre, Employees of Statutory Bodies/ Corporations as per Annexure-III, if applicable.
Scheduled Caste Certificate as per Annexure-IV-A, if applicable.
Deprived Scheduled Caste Certificate as per Annexure-IV-B, if applicable.
Backward Class Certificate as per Annexure-V, if applicable, and income certificate.
Certificate in respect of Physically Handicapped Candidates as per Annexure-VI, if applicable.
Certificate required to be furnished by the Children & Grandchildren of Freedom Fighters as per Annexure-VII, if applicable.
Certificate from wards of Deceased/ Disabled/ Discharged Military/ Para Military Personnel/ Ex-Servicemen or Ex-Personnel of Para-Military Forces Annexure-VIII.
Certificate from wards of ex-employee of Indian Defense Services/ Para-Military Forces-Annexure-IX.
Certificate of Medical Fitness- Annexure-X.
The undertaking of Anti-ragging by the student Annexure-XI.
The undertaking of Anti-ragging by the Parent/ Guardian Annexure-XII.
Income & Asset Certificate (EWS) as per Annexure-XIII.
Aadhar Number. It has been decided by the Government that from the session 2019-20 onwards, the candidate shall submit preferably the Aadhar Number (or Enrolment No.) at the time of online registration.