Admission Information

Financial Assistance

Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya also offers following scholarship to the International applicants:

Pt. Sriram Sharma Acharya Scholarship: It is meant for those international students, who can prove that they need a financial assistance for their studies and are willing to contribute as a volunteer in return. Selection for this scholarship is based on personal interview by the university designated officials and a fee waiver of up to 20% could be given. Only those students, who have secured the admission, could be considered for this scholarship.

Admission Process

Office of the Pro Vice Chancellor and International Relations Office (IRO) of the Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya (DSVV) are the nodal points for the application process of the international students. International students will generally be admitted twice in the year; i.e. January and July for the respective semesters.

The undergraduate admissions are based on merit and grades obtained in the qualifying examination (equivalent to the 10+2 examinations of India). International students seeking admission to the Post Graduate programmes should have a degree equivalent to Indian Undergraduate Degree.

The students applying for admission as an International exchange student or as an Erasmus applicant should follow the steps as agreed in the collaboration signed by the Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya with their University.

frequently asked questions

You can apply by filling out an online application form, which can be found here . Prior to submission of online application form, please go through the Admissions Process here.

No, you cannot. The Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya also does not accept transfer of students. If you wish to follow an undergraduate course at the Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya campus, then you are required to start the course from the beginning.

If English is not your first language, you need to submit evidence of your English Language Proficiency. The decision of possible exemption from this requirement lies with the University Authorities.
All documents should be uploaded either as PDF / JPG / JPEG / PNG format files. Each document should not be larger than 5MB.
You have to submit a SOP (Statement of purpose) wrapped in 500 words as part of your online application form. It should explain your motivation to study in DSVV and the specific reason to select the respective course.

Once a referee has been registered, it is not possible to change their details online. However, you can email us at stating the reason to do so and we would revert on the same.

No, you cannot. One cannot apply for more than ONE full-time regular courses at DSVV.
There is no need for you to post the hard copies of online application form or the documents. However, you have to bring all the hardcopies when you personally come to DSVV campus.
  1. Transcript of the marks/ grade sheet of the qualifying examination as issued by the authority/Institution.
  2. Certified copy of the grade equivalent to marks by Board/School
  3. Scanned Copy of the Passport
  4. Proof of NRI/OCI/PIO status, if applicable
  5. 2 Passport size photographs (recent)
  6. Letter of Recommendation from 2 referees (referees may be previous employer, Head of the Institution, Professor, Teacher who is well acquainted with the applicant with whom he/she has spent at least two years)
  7. Application fee (150 USD) or equivalent Indian Rupees in the form of a bank draft/cashier’s cheque in favour of ‘Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya’ (If paid in Indian Rupees then the draft should be payable at Haridwar)
  8. Statement of Purpose (not more than 500 words)
  9. A copy of the Medical Insurance
  10. English Language Proficiency Certificate
Yes, you can login with your login credentials and modify the form as many times as you wish. But once you click the ‘final submission’ button, it will not be possible to make any changes to your application form thenceforth. Thus, kindly review the form prior to clicking the ‘final submission’ button.

Yes, you may submit your online application form without the English Language Proficiency test results. However, you may email us your test results, as soon as you receive them, at

For your application to be considered for admission, the University requires you to submit a minimum of two references by the prescribed deadline for the respective course. If your references are not in place, your application is unlikely to be considered. However, the final decision lies with the university authorities.
Please visit the online application form login page and click the ‘Forgot your password’ button and follow the steps given there after. After doing this, an automated email will be sent to the registered email ID to reset your password and retrieve access to your online application form. If you still cannot locate your application confirmation email please contact us.

You can find your course code on the website here.

No, you cannot delete your online application form once it is finally submitted. However, it will be automatically deleted after one month duration from the final admission procedure completion date.
Yes, you may submit your online application form without reference letters in case they aren’t available at the time of online submission. It remains your responsibility to ensure your referees have submitted their references by the deadline. Kindly note, the references will be taken into consideration only after the reference letters are duly received by the International Relations Office.
You may get it translated and it must be certified i.e. duly signed and stamped by your Institution. Any non-English transcripts without a translation will lead to the rejection of your application form.

Yes, Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya does provides scholarship. You can find the details here

Fill the Application form by the following Process