General Admission Policy


  • The admissions will take place twice a semester; i.e Fall and Spring. Applications once received are reviewed by the concerned departments. The applicants are then required to appear in the entry test and interview. The final merit list for the enrollment based on the score of the admission test and performance on the interview.
  • The institute invites applicants to apply for admissions through various social media, print media and the website. The applicants can apply for admission online through the admissions portal. The portal link is provided to the students on its website or can be received through the Admissions Office.
  • Applicants who have appeared in examinations i.e 12 years of education level (FA/F.Sc/ICS/I.Com/DAE/A-Levels), 14 years of education degree level ((BA/B.Sc), 16 years of education degree level (MA/M.Sc) or pre-requisite level examination prescribed for admission in a program and are awaiting results, will be allowed to apply for provisional admission. Their admission will be confirmed once they submit the required documents within the prescribed time notified by the institute. In case of a foreign application, the applicant is required to provide document equivalence issued by the IBCC or HEC.
  • Admissions shall purely be granted based on merit in the entry test, documents submitted and interviews.
  • The applicant shall be required to do the following:
    1. Apply online through the admissions portal, on or before the notified closing date.
    2. Appear in the admission test on the date notified.
  • Each successful applicant will be issues with an ‘Admission Letter and Fee Voucher’ by the relevant department and will be allowed to register for the semester.
  1. A) Provisional Admission

Applicants who qualify for the merit list but are waiting for the result of the qualifying examination may be granted provisional admission. In case of admission granted, the applicant will be required to submit their mark sheet, showing all the subjects of the qualifying examination passed and the required aggregate marks achieved within 01 WEEK of the result declaration. If the applicant fails any subject or does not submit the required mark sheet within 02 weeks of the semester start shall lead to disqualification from the program as per the HEC policy.


  1. B) Deferment and Cancelation of Admissions

Candidates selected for admissions are permitted to defer their admission for ONE semester subject to paying the admission fee and submitting all the necessary documents. The candidates shall apply with a valid reason to the Admission Office/Departmental Admin within one week of the commencement of the semester.

Fee deposited for that semester shall be readjusted for the following semesters as per the policy.

  1. C) Cancelation of Admission due to Absence, Non-Payment of Dues/Fee

The admission will be cancelled in the following cases:

  1. If a student is absent without any information, without freezing the semester, without getting registered in the semester or without paying fee for the new semester.
  2. If newly admitted student fails to pay the fees within the time notified by the institute.



The academic program are spread over two semesters during each year and one short semester. These are two regular semesters in one academic year (Spring & Fall) and one short semester (Summer) which is of 8 weeks for special courses. The regular semesters comprises of 16 weeks including 14 taught sessions for regular classes, other weeks can be utilized for course review/makeup classes, teacher and course evaluation, survey forms, exam preparation, midterm/final exam conduct, exam results submission, papers rechecking, Govt official holidays adjustments.



Orientation is specially designed for all the new students to provide them with information regarding the services, policies and rules, procedures, student responsibilities, faculty members and expectations. The orientation takes place before the start of the new semester.



After the completion of all the formalities, the applicant will be registered as a bonafide student of Newports Institute.

  • The applicants will be allocated with a Registration ID number along with a Institute Identity Card by the Registrar Office.
  • The students will then be allowed to register for their courses as per the road map issued to them by their concerned departments.



The attendance criteria is as follows:

  • The minimum requirement for a student to complete the semester is at least 75% in EACH course. In case of any exceptions, the concerned department will handle each case individually.
  • Students will be issued with a warning letter if there attendance is poor.