LBSGDC Saraswatinagar

Admission Procedure

Any students interested in seeking admission, should buy a copy of College Prospectus cum-Admission Form from the college office. After going through the prospectus and admission form, he/she should follow the steps given below:


Fill in the application form in your own handwriting. Attach necessary documents with admission form.


Bring your father/guardian along and present yourself before the Admission Committee to get the form checked and recommended.


Present yourself before scrutiny committee.


Go to the Principal's office and present yourself before the Principal for his/her final approval.


If the Principal approves your admission, go to fee clerk and deposit the fee on the same date.



The candidate will submit/attach relevant documents as detailed :

1. Passport Size Photograph: Two unattested recent photographs are required at the time of admission (to be pasted on Admission Form and Student Record Card). The student would require another photograph later for Library Card. Please note that only College authorities will attest the photographs. Don't bring photographs attested by any body else.

2. Board/University Certificates: Copies of certificates of Matriculation onwards examination already passed is to be submitted while the original certificates are to be shown for verification. If the Board/University has not issued any particular certificate, provisional certificate from the head of the institution last attended will be acceptable, provided it gives the detailed marks and proof of date of birth.

3. Student's House Examination Result Card: The students should fill his/her Record Card that is attached with Admission form and paste rupees 6/- postal stamp on the House Examination Result Card and Envelope.


1. Fresh entrants must submit and school leaving certificate, character certificate and migration certificate in original. They shall also fill in University Registration Form.

2. The old continuing students of this college need not submit character certificate. In case the student seeking admission has passed the last examination as private candidate, he/she will produce a character certificate from the gazetted officer. This certificate should not be more than three months old.

3. Migration Certificate in original is to be submitted by all the candidates migrating from outside Himachal Pradesh. In case the eligibility of such candidates is doubtful, he/she can be asked to bring equivalent certificate or eligibility certificate for admission to the desired class.

4. Candidates having a gap, are required to submit an affidavit, duly attested by Magistrate Class-I, stating the facts/reasons responsible for the discontinuation of their studies. In case of false affidavit, the candidate's admission will be cancelled and legal action will be taken against him/her.

5. SC/ST/OBC/IRDP candidates must attach an attested copy of their category certificate and IRDP candidates should attach certificate showing the profession of the father and income from all sources. The original certificate issued by Magistrate Class-I or Tehsildar must be shown at the time of admission.

6. Bonafide Himachali Certificate issued by Magistrate Class-I or Tehsildar must be shown at the time of admission by a girl student in order to get fee concession.


Eligibility Conditions For Admission

The College is running all the three faculties of Science, Commerce and Humanities. The students may seek admission in any of the three streams, provided they fulfil the following minimum eligibility conditions.

Minimum Eligibility Conditions for Admission to B.A./ B.Sc./B.Com.-I :

B.A.-I (Pass Course) : 33% in 10+2. Provided those students seeking admission to B.A.-I with Mathematics as one of the subject of study, should have obtained at least 45% marks in aggregate or 45% marks in Mathematics at 10+2 level.

B.Sc.-I (Pass Course) : 45% in 10+2 in four written subjects (including English) with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Biology. For those who opt for Medical Group, Biology at 10+2 is compulsory.

B.Com.-I (Pass Course) : 45% in 10+2 in four written subjects (including English) with Mathematics/Economics as compulsory subject at 10+2 level, vocational (45%) with commerce subjects. (40% in 10+2 for those students who have passed 10+2 under Commerce Stream). In case of girl student, 33% in 10+2 are required.


Age: No student shall be admitted who has attained the age of 23 years (25 years for girls St st students only) in case of I year class of +3 pattern on I July of the year concerned. The upper age limit will be raised by three years in case the student belongs to SC/ST category.

The Principal, however can use his discretion to provisionally grant age relaxation up to maximum of 3 months.

In addition to eligibility conditions mentioned above, the student should also satisfy the following conditions for admission to B.A./B.Sc./B.Com.

1. A student should have passed 10+2 class from H.P. Board of School Education under 10+2+3 system or any other equivalent examination recognized by the H.P. University.

2. A fail student of this college of B.A./B.Com./B.Sc.-I of last year can be admitted provided he/she has not failed in all compulsory and elective subjects.

3. Twice failed student in the same examination will not be admitted to the same faculty/class.

4. Thrice failed student will not be re-admitted to the college, he/she may appear as a private candidate or as late college student, if he/she so desires.

5. The student of National Open School, who has passed all the five subjects by securing requisite marks will be admitted. There is no provision of admission to the compartment cases of National Open School.