You will go to your school for attending classes.
It will take 10 days after your Registration, and it will be issued from Directorate of International Affairs
You will have to pay INR 500 in Accounts Department and submit the receipt of payment in International Relations Division. New ID card will be issued after 4 days of submission of payment for new ID card.
Write an application indicating correction(s) needed in the card and submit it in Directorate of International Affairs. A fresh ID card will be issued after 4 days of submission of application.
You have to write an application indicating your new course to Directorate of International Affairs. They will evaluate your request and if acceptable will cancel re-issue a new Admission Letter and do other necessary formalities.
Hostel rooms are allotted on first-cum-first basis and availability of room, subject to hostel fee has been paid.
Yes. International student as-well-as Indian students pay hostel security deposit. The security deposit is refundable subject to handing over the accommodation assets in proper condition at the time of vacation of room.
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.
Fee can be deposited in Accounts Department which is located in the Administrative Block of Sandip University
You can also pay through International Debit/credit card, Net banking.
International Relations Division 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 School
- University Identity Card (ID)
Entire campus including hostels, residential areas, parking and academic areas are very well secured through 24x7 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.