Submission of Registration Form
The Registration form for Admission, completed in all respects together with fees and all relevant enclosures should be submitted to the college authorities
High School mark sheet & Certificate.
Intermediate mark sheet & Certificate.
Original copies of Transfer & Migration certificate.
Two recent photographs.
As per university guidelines.
HEC Group of Institutions constantly aims and encourages students towards achieving academic goals. As part of its scholarship programme, HEC offers 25 lakhs + in institutional scholarships for Graduate as well as Post Graduate programs to the meritorious students every year. The best academic performers are felicitated with these scholarship prizes at a special event held for them.
For Undergraduate courses, the institution offers a yearly scholarship amount for all three years of the duration of their course, on the basis of the performance of the student in their Intermediate Examination. The same shall be offered as per the following basis:
|Percentage in XII
|Scholarship Offered (Every Year)
|15% of the yearly fees
|85% to 90%
|10% of the yearly fees
|80% to 84.9%
|5% of the yearly fees
For Post-graduate courses, the institute offers a yearly scholarship amount for both the years of the duration of their course, on the basis of the performance of the student in their respective Undergraduate courses. The same shall be offered as per the following basis:
|Percentage in UG
|Scholarship offered Scholarship Offered (Every Year)
|15% of the yearly fees
|70% to 80%
|10% of the yearly fees
The college offers scholarships based on the performance of the student at the university as well as college level.
Based on the student’s performance at the university level, he/she can avail scholarship prizes on the following basis:
|Rank at University Level
|Scholarship offered Scholarship offered (After completion of the course)
Based on the student’s performance at the college level in their respective courses, he/she can avail scholarship prize on the following basis:
|Rank at College Level
|Scholarship Offered (Every Year)
|NOTE: The student must have 75% attendance for the whole year.
A special scholarship of 15% of the yearly fees is offered to one of the siblings studying together, for every year of their respective course.
HEC Group of Institutions is built on the foundation of imparting academic excellence, an industry-oriented curriculum and overall development of the students. All the courses that form a part of HEC’s course are aimed to have a perfect blend of professional and traditional learning. HEC’s pedagogy or its methods and practices of teaching combine several philosophies to present the best result to students:
HEC does not only focus on generating capable candidates for job sectors but also on making better human beings. All the courses offered to the students focus on the overall development. Budding entrepreneurs are groomed with courses on Entrepreneurship and in Entrepreneurship Center. Students' soft skills and language skills are sharpened through various courses and hands-on practice. Elective courses are also offered to students to present excellent choices and multidisciplinary knowledge.
Various courses are distributed to know a variety of domains. Special care is taken to distribute these courses year-wise to have a continuous growth of the students every year. Credits are also distributed in such a way that students acquire sufficient knowledge and skills every year successively. The curriculum is designed on the philosophy of Outcome-Based Education (OBE). Objectives and outcomes are defined for each course and are linked with the Program Objectives.
HEC Group of Institutions, ever since their inceptions have been pioneering the ‘case method of instruction’, which is a widely accepted form of teaching in world-class institutions like the Harvard Business School, Yale University, Cornell University, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Indian School of Business, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad etc. In this method, students are encouraged to work through complex, ambiguous, real-world problems and analyse them closely by putting themselves in those life-like situations. Case studies thus can help to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Working on cases requires students to search and evaluate multiple sources of data, encouraging them to research. The case method helps to develop real-world, professional skills - organizational, time management, written and oral communication, presentation, collaboration, team management and decision-making skills. In other words, case studies force students into real-life situations and help to develop real-life skills.
The core philosophy of the college is to use the diversity of the class group as a learning tool. HEC thus integrates students from diverse socio-economic backgrounds as well as diverse abilities into the mainstream classroom. As a precursor to the Right to Education Act, HEC has been providing equal opportunities and inclusive education and has been reaching out to all sections of society including the elite and economically disadvantaged
Fortification and assurance of human rights are necessary for the holistic development of an individual’s personality. Academic progress can only happen in an environment where an individual is assured of justice and fairness. To this end and in compliance with UGC directives HEC Group of Institutions has constituted a Grievance Redressal Cell. The cell aims to understand and rectify the grievances of students and parents. The function of the cell is to look into the complaints lodged by any student and judge their merit. The Grievance Cell is also empowered to look into matters of harassment. Anyone with a genuine grievance may approach the department members in person or consult with the officer in charge Grievance Redressal Cell (GRC).
The Grievance Redressal Cell has been developed to settle the grievances of the students and other stakeholders within a reasonable period for further strengthening the bond of the students with the institution by providing them with all kinds of facilities to a satisfaction level for maintaining a convenient ambience of academic teaching and learning.
The grievance procedure is a mechanism to redress the grievance of a student who considers that, he/she has been subject to unjust or discriminatory behaviour concerning his/her academic/administrative affairs or is convinced to be discriminated in accordance with the rules and regulations of the college.
The students may feel free to put up a grievance in writing/or in the format available in the admin dept. and drop it in boxes.
The Grievance Cell will act upon those cases which have been forwarded along with the necessary documents.
The Grievance Cell will assure that the grievance has been properly solved in a stipulated time limit provided by the cell.
The students may lodge grievances about any academic and non-academic matters related to -
Timely issue of duplicate Mark-sheets, Transfer Certificates, Conduct Certificates or other examination and scholarship related matters.
To dues and payments for various items from the library, hostels and other financial matters.
Certain misgivings about conditions of sanitation, preparation of food, availability of transport, victimization by teachers and any other offensive activity.
Ragging has led to the destruction of countless lives and careers. The college has strict compliance against any sort of ragging activity.
In accordance with the judgement passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and the UGC guidelines in the matter, the institute has formulated a robust anti-ragging committee. The body ensures monitoring the strict compliance with the regulations as well as provisions of any law concerning the prevention of ragging in the institution.
All the colleges under the aegis of the HEC Group of Institutions are affiliated with recognized universities, namely H.N.B. Garhwal University, Srinagar and Sri Dev Suman Uttarakhand University, Badshahi Thaul, Tehri (Garhwal).
The college offers Programmes affiliated with the aforementioned universities under the categories of Commerce, Management, Computer Applications, Physical sciences, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Hotel Management and Humanities. All of the programmes are approved by different authorities such as AICTE, UGC, NCTE, etc.
HEC aims towards extending education to each and every deserving candidate. Any student, facing financial shortcomings, is aided by the college in the process of higher education by assisting them with education loan facilities.
As a part of this program, HEC has tied up with several financial institutions that provide the aforementioned services with ease in the application process and minimal documentation.
Fee deposit mode is yearly mode only.
Registration fee payable at the time of application (non-refundable Rs.1000/-).
Admission kit charge at the time of admission (non-refundable Rs.5000/-).
Tuition fee (non-refundable).
Exam fee payable at the time of filling exam form as per University norms.
Transport fee will be paid annually as per route.
Book Bank fee is compulsory.
All types of fees can be paid through Cash/Demand Draft/Online/NEFT/RTGS. (Cheque will not be accepted)
All collections made by the college from the students under the name "FEE" are not refundable under any circumstances.
If the fee is deposited late by the student, he/she shall be liable for a fine of 50/- per day on the balance fee (pro-rata basis).
All matters related to the fee are the prerogative of the college and may be revised by the college without any prior notice. Implementation of all such changes shall be binding on all the students
Students are responsible for keeping the library neat & clean. Students will maintain a silent atmosphere in the library.
Students can issue 02 books at a time from the library for a period of 14 days. In case of any delay, there will be a penalty of 5 INR per day per book.
If any book is damaged by any student, then a penalty (equal to the cost of the book) will be charged to that student.
Internal Examination is mandatory to attend all the students.
A minimum of 75% Attendance is required for all scheduled classes. An unauthorized absence can be cause for dismissal from the examination or the course. The student is responsible for the completion of attendance in every subject of all courses.
The minimum passing mark is 40% for the internal examinations. If any student secures below 40% marks in the internal examination, then his or her parents will be called for a meeting.
Internal exams will be conducted by the examination committee every semester/year.