Admission Procedure

Step – 1

  • Download the International application form from provided link. Take a print out of this application form. [Click Here]

Step 2

  • Fill up the application form carefully without missing any detail.
  • If the marks are not known or not available at the time of filling the application, please indicate "Results are awaited" in the marks/grade column.
  • The candidate is expected to send the marks to the university as soon as it is available to ascertain the eligibility.
  • It is to be noted that the application will be considered only if the marks are made available to the university within the stipulated date.

Step 3

  • Attach the following documents and mail the completed application form to
  • Certified (English translated) copy of the marks/ grade sheet of the qualifying examination (if available)
  • Birth certificate or X standard mark sheet showing date of birth
  • Conduct/character certificate
  • Proof of NRI status of the student/ parents/ sponsor
  • Copy of the passport / citizenship certificate
  • Migration Certificate (if available at the time of application)


  • Students who have completed their qualifying examination and have received their final results will have to forward their final mark sheet/transcripts.
  • Students, who will be writing their final examination in March/April and results declared in May/June, can enclose their prelims /prefinal / preboard results and thereafter send in their final results to the University as soon as it is available to ascertain their eligibility.
  • Students who will be writing their IB or GCE 'A' level examination in May/June will have to enclose their forecast/predicted results certified by the school head.

Step 4
Admission Letter

  • Based on the predicted scores / final scores, the eligibility requirements for the program applied for have been found to be satisfied then International Relations Office intimate through Email with details of Registration Fee,Classes Starting Date, Reporting Date, Tuition Fee, Hostel Fee and other fees payable.
  • To obtain Admission Letter Student has to pay USD($)200 as a Registration Fee.
  • The student has to deposit the registration fee in the mentioned account number in remitance form and the same to be updated to the International Relations office about deposit of registration fee along with scanned copy of Fee Remitance form.
  • After recieving the Registration Fee to the University, then only International Relations office will issue Admission Letter to the Students.
  • The admission letter may be used by foreign students to apply for their 'Student Visa' from the Indian Embassy/Consulate in their respective countries and also for ticketing, Insurance and other.
  • This letter will also indicate the date of final registration at KLEF.


  • For all courses admission/ offer letters will be issued on first come basis if the student meets the eligibility requirements.
  • Candidates who have confirmed their admissions under foreign/NRI category cannot shift to General Category thereafter under any circumstances.


Step 5
Final Registration

  • Candidates whose admissions are confirmed to the various courses at KLEF are advised to reach campus Reporting date prior to the commencement of classes and report to the Office of the International Relations, to complete the admission formalities.
  • The following documents in original are to be submitted at the time of registration:
      • Degree or Pass certificate of the qualifying examination
      • Grade/mark sheet of the qualifying examination
      • Translated versions of all documents, if they are not in English
      • Passport with a valid student visa
      • Equivalence and eligibility certificate from Association of Indian Universities wherever applicable
      • Migration Certificate (If applicable)
      • Student Declaration Letter {Click Here}
      • Parent Declaration Letter {Click Here}
  • At the time of admission you may be required to pay, wherever applicable, additional fees towards, first year books, clinical or laboratory materials, etc.
  • These additional fees should be remitted only by bank draft in Indian Rupees.


  • Only after the admission formalities are completed, will the student be permitted to move into the allotted hostels and to attend classes.

Step 6
Medical Certification

  • Within 10 days of joining K L University, Students will have to undergo a medical examination as per government rules which stipulate that all international students entering India on student visa have to be tested for HIV/others.
  • Students will not be given admission if found positive.
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