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« on: September 30, 2012, 09:59:33 pm »
Hello to everyone on Techbits.

I am Ankur Lathwal,currently in B.tech (IT) 2nd year at MSIT (1st shift).

I have migrated to MSIT this week,from UIET,MDU,Rohtak.

Techbits is a wonderful site for all IPU students as well as the aspirants.It has also been my source for all the IPU info since last one year,especially when I was trying to get in through management quota in MSIT and then later through migration (which is successful now :) )

A lots of students post queries about migration on techbits.Everyone has various doubts about this process as it doesn't seem to be very transparent.So now i decided that i must post a thread about my experience which would certainly help others.
I hope the mods will stick this thread.

What's migration?
Migration is the process of changing college in second year,after completion of first year.
It was earlier introduced by the govt. for special cases like if one's parents are in army and his father gets posted somewhere else,that student can change his college without having to start the course afresh.It is possible only when seats are vacant in that college/branch.
Later on,mutual migration came into existence,where students could interchange colleges.

Nowadays,direct migration is possible,i.e. without having to give any particular (unavoidable) reason for migration.This was probably after an order given by Hon. Supreme Court of India. (Not confirmed,as I heard someone from IPU staff saying this).
Note that you can't migrate in 4th sem/3rd year/4th year.It's possible only after 2nd sem or in 3rd sem in IPU.

Eligibilty for Migration in IPU
The student must have passed in all subjects of 1st and 2nd sem in 1st division (above 60% marks) to be eligible.Apart from this,he must fulfill all conditions the university asks while admission in 1st year.

The student must also have a NOC (No-Objection Certificate) from both the colleges - the one he's currently studying in and the one to which he wants to migrate.

Inter-University Migration
Inter-University Migration is certainly possible in IPU.I am myself a live example.
3 out of 4 migrated students (till now) in my class are from different universities.
The applicants of inter-college and inter-university migration are considered same,there's no preference in this.

Getting the NOCs
This is the most important step.Of course after having worked hard to pass both sems.
Just after giving your 2nd sem exams,approach the college you wish to migrate to.Having links in that college is going to help you big time,as there's a big rush nowadays for NOCs in MAIT and MSIT.
MSIT is I think a bit lenient on issuing NOC.They issue more NOCs than vacant seats.On the other hand,I think it's a bit difficult to get one from MAIT.Someone even told me that they even ask for donation in CSE/IT.
Normally,you do not need to give any donation.
Migration to CSE branch is difficult due to lack of vacant seats,but you can take IT as they are almost same.

Now,after getting this NOC,contact the college you are currently in,show them this NOC and ask from them.Now,here you need a good jack.Private colleges can ask for remaining 3 years' fees before issuing NOC.You can avoid this if you have strong links.If you are in a Govt./University Campus college (like me),they won't ask for fees.
But you may have to submit your 3rd sem/2nd year fees as the result of migration may come very late.You may ask for refund later on,if possible.

Even if you are from a different university,you don't need a separate NOC from your university.Just get a NOC from the college.

Submission at IPU
After getting both NOCs,go to IPU and write an application to registrar requesting for migration.Attach the original copies of both NOCs along with it as well as other documents like 10th passing and 12th DMC.
Also,attach a copy of 1st sem DMC.And also,a copy or printout of 2nd sem result (if declared till then or submit later on when it gets declared.)You can also submit confidential result if from different university.
Don't make it late than mid-august.


The High Tension Time
After having done all your job,now you are just waiting for the result of migration.The IPU authorities will very convincingly tell you that they will upload the result on the IPU website.But don't ever believe them,specially those at the academic block enquiry window.You can check the IPU site right now,there's no info about any kind of migration and students have already migrated.

Keep visiting the university regularly after late-august and if you have any links in IPU that's certainly gonna help.

It's time for migration
Once the process starts,you will see that daily a lots of students accumulate outside academic block.They aren't allowed to meet any liable authority.
If you have links with any higher authority,e.g.VC,registar,joint registar,etc. it won't take much time for you to migrate.Otherwise,you may have to wait for a long time.Or in case of more NOCs than seats,you may even miss out.
There's no particular preference/rank order of students.They may randomly call students and distribute migration letters.
The Joint Registrar (Academics) is the overall incharge of migration. 

Party Time + Final formalities
After getting your migration letter,your migration is done.Submit the fees in the college you got migrated to and a INR 10,000 draft at IPU.
After that submit your required documents at the college and start attending college.Look out for good girls on campus. :P


Please note that there can't be any migration in place of students who get demoted due to year back (less than 50% case in IPU) after 1st year as these seats are not considered vacant as student is still enrolled in that academic session (e.g. 2011-2015)

I hope this helps. :)

Once again,thanks to techbits,especially COSMOS sir,for being such a good friend on FB and helping me out and Shobhit sir (MAIT - IT final year) for sharing his own experience with me and guiding me.

If you have any other queries,post in this thread.

My e-mail id is ankurlathwal@gmail.com




Once again,i request the mods to stick this. :)

Ankur Lathwal
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« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2012, 10:02:16 pm »
Quote from: Anku31 on September 30, 2012, 09:59:33 pm
Hello to everyone on Techbits.

I am Ankur Lathwal,currently in B.tech (IT) 2nd year at MSIT (1st shift).

I have migrated to MSIT this week,from UIET,MDU,Rohtak.

Techbits is a wonderful site for all IPU students as well as the aspirants.It has also been my source for all the IPU info since last one year,especially when I was trying to get in through management quota in MSIT and then later through migration (which is successful now :) )

A lots of students post queries about migration on techbits.Everyone has various doubts about this process as it doesn't seem to be very transparent.So now i decided that i must post a thread about my experience which would certainly help others.
I hope the mods will stick this thread.

What's migration?
Migration is the process of changing college in second year,after completion of first year.
It was earlier introduced by the govt. for special cases like if one's parents are in army and his father gets posted somewhere else,that student can change his college without having to start the course afresh.It is possible only when seats are vacant in that college/branch.
Later on,mutual migration came into existence,where students could interchange colleges.

Nowadays,direct migration is possible,i.e. without having to give any particular (unavoidable) reason for migration.This was probably after an order given by Hon. Supreme Court of India. (Not confirmed,as I heard someone from IPU staff saying this).
Note that you can't migrate in 4th sem/3rd year/4th year.It's possible only after 2nd sem or in 3rd sem in IPU.

Eligibilty for Migration in IPU
The student must have passed in all subjects of 1st and 2nd sem in 1st division (above 60% marks) to be eligible.Apart from this,he must fulfill all conditions the university asks while admission in 1st year.

The student must also have a NOC (No-Objection Certificate) from both the colleges - the one he's currently studying in and the one to which he wants to migrate.

Inter-University Migration
Inter-University Migration is certainly possible in IPU.I am myself a live example.
3 out of 4 migrated students (till now) in my class are from different universities.
The applicants of inter-college and inter-university migration are considered same,there's no preference in this.

Getting the NOCs
This is the most important step.Of course after having worked hard to pass both sems.
Just after giving your 2nd sem exams,approach the college you wish to migrate to.Having links in that college is going to help you big time,as there's a big rush nowadays for NOCs in MAIT and MSIT.
MSIT is I think a bit lenient on issuing NOC.They issue more NOCs than vacant seats.On the other hand,I think it's a bit difficult to get one from MAIT.Someone even told me that they even ask for donation in CSE/IT.
Normally,you do not need to give any donation.
Migration to CSE branch is difficult due to lack of vacant seats,but you can take IT as they are almost same.

Now,after getting this NOC,contact the college you are currently in,show them this NOC and ask from them.Now,here you need a good jack.Private colleges can ask for remaining 3 years' fees before issuing NOC.You can avoid this if you have strong links.If you are in a Govt./University Campus college (like me),they won't ask for fees.
But you may have to submit your 3rd sem/2nd year fees as the result of migration may come very late.You may ask for refund later on,if possible.

Even if you are from a different university,you don't need a separate NOC from your university.Just get a NOC from the college.

Submission at IPU
After getting both NOCs,go to IPU and write an application to registrar requesting for migration.Attach the original copies of both NOCs along with it as well as other documents like 10th passing and 12th DMC.
Also,attach a copy of 1st sem DMC.And also,a copy or printout of 2nd sem result (if declared till then or submit later on when it gets declared.)You can also submit confidential result if from different university.
Don't make it late than mid-august.


The High Tension Time
After having done all your job,now you are just waiting for the result of migration.The IPU authorities will very convincingly tell you that they will upload the result on the IPU website.But don't ever believe them,specially those at the academic block enquiry window.You can check the IPU site right now,there's no info about any kind of migration and students have already migrated.

Keep visiting the university regularly after late-august and if you have any links in IPU that's certainly gonna help.

It's time for migration
Once the process starts,you will see that daily a lots of students accumulate outside academic block.They aren't allowed to meet any liable authority.
If you have links with any higher authority,e.g.VC,registar,joint registar,etc. it won't take much time for you to migrate.Otherwise,you may have to wait for a long time.Or in case of more NOCs than seats,you may even miss out.
There's no particular preference/rank order of students.They may randomly call students and distribute migration letters.
The Joint Registrar (Academics) is the overall incharge of migration.  

Party Time + Final formalities
After getting your migration letter,your migration is done.Submit the fees in the college you got migrated to and a INR 10,000 draft at IPU.
After that submit your required documents at the college and start attending college.Look out for good girls on campus. :P



I hope this helps. :)

Once again,thanks to techbits,especially COSMOS sir,for being such a good friend on FB and helping me out and Shobhit sir (MAIT - IT final year) for sharing his own experience with me and guiding me.

If you have any other queries,post in this thread.

Once again,i request the mods to stick this. :)

Ankur Lathwal
MSIT (IT - 1st Shift)
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« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2012, 10:04:38 pm »
 :clap1  :clap1  nice post

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« Reply #3 on: September 30, 2012, 10:10:03 pm »
Congrats bhai....

Welcome to IPU...

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« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2012, 10:22:02 pm »
Thnx Narendra and dpsc...:)

Thanks a lot cosmos sir... :adore1   :hd   :P
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« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2012, 10:56:43 pm »

Congratz bro ... :clap1

Now i remember ,,the guy from the vaish(rohtak) last year . Finally got your desired collge - MSIT ... :clap1 :clap1

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« Reply #6 on: September 30, 2012, 11:23:05 pm »
Quote from: Anku31 on September 30, 2012, 09:59:33 pm
Hello to everyone on Techbits.

I am Ankur Lathwal,currently in B.tech (IT) 2nd year at MSIT (1st shift).

I have migrated to MSIT this week,from UIET,MDU,Rohtak.

Techbits is a wonderful site for all IPU students as well as the aspirants.It has also been my source for all the IPU info since last one year,especially when I was trying to get in through management quota in MSIT and then later through migration (which is successful now :) )

A lots of students post queries about migration on techbits.Everyone has various doubts about this process as it doesn't seem to be very transparent.So now i decided that i must post a thread about my experience which would certainly help others.
I hope the mods will stick this thread.

What's migration?
Migration is the process of changing college in second year,after completion of first year.
It was earlier introduced by the govt. for special cases like if one's parents are in army and his father gets posted somewhere else,that student can change his college without having to start the course afresh.It is possible only when seats are vacant in that college/branch.
Later on,mutual migration came into existence,where students could interchange colleges.

Nowadays,direct migration is possible,i.e. without having to give any particular (unavoidable) reason for migration.This was probably after an order given by Hon. Supreme Court of India. (Not confirmed,as I heard someone from IPU staff saying this).
Note that you can't migrate in 4th sem/3rd year/4th year.It's possible only after 2nd sem or in 3rd sem in IPU.

Eligibilty for Migration in IPU
The student must have passed in all subjects of 1st and 2nd sem in 1st division (above 60% marks) to be eligible.Apart from this,he must fulfill all conditions the university asks while admission in 1st year.

The student must also have a NOC (No-Objection Certificate) from both the colleges - the one he's currently studying in and the one to which he wants to migrate.

Inter-University Migration
Inter-University Migration is certainly possible in IPU.I am myself a live example.
3 out of 4 migrated students (till now) in my class are from different universities.
The applicants of inter-college and inter-university migration are considered same,there's no preference in this.

Getting the NOCs
This is the most important step.Of course after having worked hard to pass both sems.
Just after giving your 2nd sem exams,approach the college you wish to migrate to.Having links in that college is going to help you big time,as there's a big rush nowadays for NOCs in MAIT and MSIT.
MSIT is I think a bit lenient on issuing NOC.They issue more NOCs than vacant seats.On the other hand,I think it's a bit difficult to get one from MAIT.Someone even told me that they even ask for donation in CSE/IT.
Normally,you do not need to give any donation.
Migration to CSE branch is difficult due to lack of vacant seats,but you can take IT as they are almost same.

Now,after getting this NOC,contact the college you are currently in,show them this NOC and ask from them.Now,here you need a good jack.Private colleges can ask for remaining 3 years' fees before issuing NOC.You can avoid this if you have strong links.If you are in a Govt./University Campus college (like me),they won't ask for fees.
But you may have to submit your 3rd sem/2nd year fees as the result of migration may come very late.You may ask for refund later on,if possible.

Even if you are from a different university,you don't need a separate NOC from your university.Just get a NOC from the college.

Submission at IPU
After getting both NOCs,go to IPU and write an application to registrar requesting for migration.Attach the original copies of both NOCs along with it as well as other documents like 10th passing and 12th DMC.
Also,attach a copy of 1st sem DMC.And also,a copy or printout of 2nd sem result (if declared till then or submit later on when it gets declared.)You can also submit confidential result if from different university.
Don't make it late than mid-august.


The High Tension Time
After having done all your job,now you are just waiting for the result of migration.The IPU authorities will very convincingly tell you that they will upload the result on the IPU website.But don't ever believe them,specially those at the academic block enquiry window.You can check the IPU site right now,there's no info about any kind of migration and students have already migrated.

Keep visiting the university regularly after late-august and if you have any links in IPU that's certainly gonna help.

It's time for migration
Once the process starts,you will see that daily a lots of students accumulate outside academic block.They aren't allowed to meet any liable authority.
If you have links with any higher authority,e.g.VC,registar,joint registar,etc. it won't take much time for you to migrate.Otherwise,you may have to wait for a long time.Or in case of more NOCs than seats,you may even miss out.
There's no particular preference/rank order of students.They may randomly call students and distribute migration letters.
The Joint Registrar (Academics) is the overall incharge of migration.  

Party Time + Final formalities
After getting your migration letter,your migration is done.Submit the fees in the college you got migrated to and a INR 10,000 draft at IPU.
After that submit your required documents at the college and start attending college.Look out for good girls on campus. :P



I hope this helps. :)

Once again,thanks to techbits,especially COSMOS sir,for being such a good friend on FB and helping me out and Shobhit sir (MAIT - IT final year) for sharing his own experience with me and guiding me.

If you have any other queries,post in this thread.

Once again,i request the mods to stick this. :)

Ankur Lathwal
MSIT (IT - 1st Shift)
2011-2015





Awesome Post..!!!  :clap1  :clap1  :clap1  :clap1  :clap1

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« Reply #7 on: October 01, 2012, 12:49:58 am »
Can someone explain how do seats eventually get vacant in 2nd year??

I mean of course other than students getting failed (which is rarely the case).

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« Reply #8 on: October 01, 2012, 03:09:21 am »
Quote from: ihatestudies on October 01, 2012, 12:49:58 am
Can someone explain how do seats eventually get vacant in 2nd year??

I mean of course other than students getting failed (which is rarely the case).



Students take Admn in IIT or DTU/NSIT or other A+ colleges as they prepare for entrance tests during college :)
eventually some seats get vacant .

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« Reply #9 on: October 01, 2012, 10:36:04 am »
this one deserve to be pinned bigtime  :clap1
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he has explained it crystal clear
 

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« Reply #10 on: October 01, 2012, 10:38:26 am »
Quote from: Anku31 on September 30, 2012, 09:59:33 pm
Hello to everyone on Techbits.

I am Ankur Lathwal,currently in B.tech (IT) 2nd year at MSIT (1st shift).


can you send your official e-mail to ADMIN
a lot of people ask us about any contacts who have done it
we could forward the email to them

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« Reply #11 on: October 01, 2012, 10:42:44 am »
Quote from: ihatestudies on October 01, 2012, 12:49:58 am
Can someone explain how do seats eventually get vacant in 2nd year??

I mean of course other than students getting failed (which is rarely the case).

1.other top college, already posted
2.people from medical getting admission into medical
3.not interested in btech after 1-2 years of study
3.cant complete btech

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« Reply #12 on: October 01, 2012, 02:46:12 pm »
Quote from: Anku31 on September 30, 2012, 09:59:33 pm
Hello to everyone on Techbits.I am Ankur Lathwal,currently in B.tech (IT) 2nd year at MSIT (1st shift).I have migrated to MSIT this week,from UIET,MDU,Rohtak.Techbits is a wonderful site for all IPU students as well as the aspirants.It has also been my source for all the IPU info since last one year,especially when I was trying to get in through management quota in MSIT and then later through migration (which is successful now  )A lots of students post queries about migration on techbits.Everyone has various doubts about this process as it doesn't seem to be very transparent.So now i decided that i must post a thread about my experience which would certainly help others.I hope the mods will stick this thread.What's migration?Migration is the process of changing college in second year,after completion of first year.It was earlier introduced by the govt. for special cases like if one's parents are in army and his father gets posted somewhere else,that student can change his college without having to start the course afresh.It is possible only when seats are vacant in that college/branch.Later on,mutual migration came into existence,where students could interchange colleges.Nowadays,direct migration is possible,i.e. without having to give any particular (unavoidable) reason for migration.This was probably after an order given by Hon. Supreme Court of India. (Not confirmed,as I heard someone from IPU staff saying this).Note that you can't migrate in 4th sem/3rd year/4th year.It's possible only after 2nd sem or in 3rd sem in IPU.Eligibilty for Migration in IPUThe student must have passed in all subjects of 1st and 2nd sem in 1st division (above 60% marks) to be eligible.Apart from this,he must fulfill all conditions the university asks while admission in 1st year.The student must also have a NOC (No-Objection Certificate) from both the colleges - the one he's currently studying in and the one to which he wants to migrate.Inter-University Migration Inter-University Migration is certainly possible in IPU.I am myself a live example.3 out of 4 migrated students (till now) in my class are from different universities.The applicants of inter-college and inter-university migration are considered same,there's no preference in this.Getting the NOCsThis is the most important step.Of course after having worked hard to pass both sems.Just after giving your 2nd sem exams,approach the college you wish to migrate to.Having links in that college is going to help you big time,as there's a big rush nowadays for NOCs in MAIT and MSIT.MSIT is I think a bit lenient on issuing NOC.They issue more NOCs than vacant seats.On the other hand,I think it's a bit difficult to get one from MAIT.Someone even told me that they even ask for donation in CSE/IT.Normally,you do not need to give any donation.Migration to CSE branch is difficult due to lack of vacant seats,but you can take IT as they are almost same.Now,after getting this NOC,contact the college you are currently in,show them this NOC and ask from them.Now,here you need a good jack.Private colleges can ask for remaining 3 years' fees before issuing NOC.You can avoid this if you have strong links.If you are in a Govt./University Campus college (like me),they won't ask for fees.But you may have to submit your 3rd sem/2nd year fees as the result of migration may come very late.You may ask for refund later on,if possible.Even if you are from a different university,you don't need a separate NOC from your university.Just get a NOC from the college.Submission at IPUAfter getting both NOCs,go to IPU and write an application to registrar requesting for migration.Attach the original copies of both NOCs along with it as well as other documents like 10th passing and 12th DMC.Also,attach a copy of 1st sem DMC.And also,a copy or printout of 2nd sem result (if declared till then or submit later on when it gets declared.)You can also submit confidential result if from different university.Don't make it late than mid-august.The High Tension Time After having done all your job,now you are just waiting for the result of migration.The IPU authorities will very convincingly tell you that they will upload the result on the IPU website.But don't ever believe them,specially those at the academic block enquiry window.You can check the IPU site right now,there's no info about any kind of migration and students have already migrated.Keep visiting the university regularly after late-august and if you have any links in IPU that's certainly gonna help.It's time for migrationOnce the process starts,you will see that daily a lots of students accumulate outside academic block.They aren't allowed to meet any liable authority.If you have links with any higher authority,e.g.VC,registar,joint registar,etc. it won't take much time for you to migrate.Otherwise,you may have to wait for a long time.Or in case of more NOCs than seats,you may even miss out.There's no particular preference/rank order of students.They may randomly call students and distribute migration letters.The Joint Registrar (Academics) is the overall incharge of migration.  Party Time + Final formalitiesAfter getting your migration letter,your migration is done.Submit the fees in the college you got migrated to and a INR 10,000 draft at IPU.After that submit your required documents at the college and start attending college.Look out for good girls on campus.  I hope this helps. :)Once again,thanks to techbits,especially COSMOS sir,for being such a good friend on FB and helping me out and Shobhit sir (MAIT - IT final year) for sharing his own experience with me and guiding me.If you have any other queries,post in this thread.Once again,i request the mods to stick this. :)Ankur LathwalMSIT (IT - 1st Shift)2011-2015


each nd everything is explained nicely...

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« Reply #13 on: October 01, 2012, 04:14:55 pm »
Thanks for your overwhelming response guys...:)

Please note that there can't be any migration in place of students who get demoted due to year back (less than 50% case in IPU) after 1st year as these seats are not considered vacant as student is still enrolled in that academic session (e.g. 2011-2015)


(Added these things to first post too..)
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just noticed, it is same as given to techbits
that will be sufficient
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« Reply #14 on: October 01, 2012, 04:17:58 pm »
Quote from: pikachu on September 30, 2012, 10:56:43 pm

Congratz bro ... :clap1

Now i remember ,,the guy from the vaish(rohtak) last year . Finally got your desired collge - MSIT ... :clap1 :clap1

Enjoy your stay at Delhi .....  :angel:



Thanks pikachu bhai...:)

Yeah ...i am the same guy....i was in vaish college of engg. at that time...then in next counselling i shifted to UIET (MDU Campus)...
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