Admission Policy

Online application form invited for admission to B. P. Ed. Two Year Course shall be scrutinized in the office of Principal, Government College of Physical Education Gadoora Ganderbal. The candidate who has submitted the online application form will be notified via electronic message regarding the status of the form, whether the form verified will be accepted or rejected.  There-after the candidate has to deposit the application fee following the procedure notified in the electronic message received on registered Mobile Number or Email Id. The candidate has to submit the hardcopy of the application form along with the required documents by or before the last date notified in the advertisement. The candidate whose form is found complete in all respects shall be entertained for Physical Efficiency Test and Viva-voce. The candidate shall bring all original certificates/documents for verification by the admission committee at the time of their reporting for the viva-voce/interview. A Candidate shall have no right to claim for admission if he/she fails to produce any relevant document pertaining to admission at the time of the interview before the admission committee. The selection of a candidate shall be based on his/her performance in the Academic Qualification, Sports Achievement(s), Physical Efficiency Test & Viva-voce.

Academic Qualification 30 Marks
Sports Achievement 30 Marks
Physical Efficiency Test 30 Marks
Viva-Voce 10 Marks

Academic Qualification: (30 Marks)

  1. The weightage of the qualifying examination shall be calculated on a pro-rata basis with reference to the percentage of marks obtained by the candidate in graduation.
  2. Criteria for calculation on a pro-rate basis is:(% of marks * points of qualification/100)

Sports Achievement: (30 Marks)

The marks shall be awarded on the basis of the highest achievement in sport or game. Only such games or sports which are recognized by the Ministry of Sports and Human Resource Department (HRD) Government of India/Indian Olympic Association SGFI/J&K Sports Council /J&K Olympic Association shall be considered for evaluation. Weightage under each category is mentioned below:

International Level Participation 10 Marks
Medal at Sub-Junior, Junior, Senior, and School Nationa1/ Inter-University Level 10 Marks
Participation at Sub-Junior, Junior, Senior and School National/Inter-University Level 07 Marks
Inter-College/Inter-District/State Level Participation 03 Marks

Note: An applicant having participated at different levels in a single discipline shall be pertinent for the above ladder. Suppose, a candidate has participated in Football both at State-Level as well as at National-Level will be given 10 Marks. On the other hand, the candidate with participation at a different levels in separate disciplines shall be awarded points for the participation in the higher level only.

Physical Efficiency Test: (30 Marks)

The marks shall be awarded on the basis of Skill Performance in Physical Efficiency Test to be held separately for Boys and Girls as per the below mentioned proforma:


Race 200 Meter 10 Marks
Race 1500 Meter 10 Marks
Long Jump 10 Marks


Race 200 Meter 10 Marks
Race 800 Meter 10 Marks
Long Jump 10 Marks

 Viva-Voce: (10 Marks)

Viva-Voce shall be conducted separately in order to check the knowledge, ability and aptitude towards the Game/Profession.

Break-up of available seats:

Total Intake-Seats 80
Direct Seats 65
Indirect Seats 15


  • Reservation to various categories as per existing rules and orders shall be applicable.
  • The qualified candidates will be placed in order of merit in different categories.
  • In-Service seats are reserved for the graduate PET employees drawn from the parent department (Youth Services & Sports, J&K Government) on the basis of seniority having minimum 5 years of service.
  • In-Service candidates shall be exempted from the Physical Efficiency Test.
  • Only such In-Service candidates shall be granted admissions who are deputed by their parent Department (YSS) on or before the declaration of the selection list of direct candidates, in accordance with University instructions.
  • Unfilled seats among the In-service and category candidates shall be filled in the order of merit from amongst the direct candidates
  • Where two or more candidates have secured equal marks in the merit list, the tie shall be decided (I) on the basis of aggregate merit obtained in the qualifying examination, i.e. a candidate with higher aggregate marks shall be given preference, (II) If the tie still persists, the aggregate merit of the subject in which the admission is sought shall be reckoned by taking the merit of that subject in all the three years BA/B.Sc./B. Com, 1st year, 2nd year and 3rd year into account.

Reservation of Seats:

Seats available in a Course of study, shall be filled up from Open merit category candidates. Remaining seats available in a Course shall be filled up from amongst the reserved categories in order of merit. The breakup of seats for various reserved categories and the authorities competent to issue the required certificate in respect of the reserved categories are given below:

S. No Category Reservation %age Authority for Issuing Certificate
1. Scheduled Cast (SC) 8 Tehsildar concerned
2. Scheduled Tribe (ST) 10 Tehsildar concerned
3. Weak & Under Privileged Classes (Social Caste) (WUP) 4 Tehsildar concerned
4. Actual Line of Control/International Border (ALC/IB) 4 Tehsildar concerned
5. Residents of Backward Areas (RBA) 10 Tehsildar concerned
6. Pahari Speaking Person (PSP) 4 Tehsildar concerned
7. Economically Weaker Section (EWS) 10 Tehsildar concerned


  1. If a candidate is eligible to apply for admission under more than one reserved category, he/she shall be required to choose (while submitting the online Application Form) only one Reserved Category for the course under which he/she would like to be considered, which shall be final, and unchangeable. For example, if a candidate is eligible under three categories RBA, EWS, and WUP, he/she shall have to choose only one of the three categories under which he/she shall compete for admission to a particular program.
  2. The certificate under clauses 1-7 must be in accordance with SRO 127 of 20, April 2020 of the J&K Government and subsequent SRO’s issued by the Government in this regard.