About Dayananda Sagar University
Dayananda Sagar Institutions founded in the 60s by one such visionary, late Sri Dayananda Sagar committed to take knowledge to the people, transforms today’s students into responsible citizens and professional leaders of tomorrow. Dayananda Sagar University created by an Act of the Karnataka State in 2014, built on this adorable legacy and inspired by its own milestones, meeting the needs of quality higher education in this part of the world.
Research, Innovation and Incubation (spread over 25,000 sft of industry quality labs) form the core of DSU. So it isn’t surprising that DSU has taken the next logical step: Laying the foundation to transform the entrepreneurial dream of every young Indian and global citizen into a reality. Enabling this transformation is the active support of industry leaders, industry bodies and a dedicated 4 lakh square feet modern ready-to-move-in infrastructure!.
Besides our high-calibre teaching staff, the students are given a challenging academic environment with well-equipped lecture theatres, laboratories, excellent libraries and computer networking facilities. DSU also has exceptional infrastructure for students who possess a passion for sports and games. The hostel facilities, encompassing cultural and recreational needs, cater to both local and international students.
Admission in Dayananda Sagar University
Dayananda Sagar University Courses
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
Dayananda Sagar University Fees Structure & Admission Process
Dayananda Sagar Universityadmits students to undergraduate courses on basis of their merit in the Karnataka CET/ in the COMED-K/ DSAT undergraduate test(COMEDK UGET). Students are also admitted through a management quota, which does not place any merit requirements. There is a lateral entry scheme in place, by which students holding diploma degrees can enter directly to the second year of study in engineering. Students, upon graduating, receive a Bachelor of Engineering degree.
Students have to secure at least 45% marks in the above-mentioned subjects taken together from any board recognized by the respective State or Central Government.
5% relaxation is awarded to the SC/ST and OBC category students.
Pass in PUC/10+2 examinations with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects.
Selection will be On the basis of score of DSAT or CET/COMED-K.