Q. Are campus tours / visits cancelled? Until when?
A. Yes, all campus tours / visits are currently cancelled and physical tours will resume once this pandemic situation is controlled.
Q. Do you have a virtual tour available online?
A. Yes, virtual tour is available on our University website and other social platforms, where you can have a complete walkthrough to DSU model, the academics and what DSU promise in a supportive academic & social environment.
A. Visit our resource pages for the most up-to-date and accurate information about our robust curriculum for Business, Engineering & Computer Sciences Degree Programs, Labs, Faculty, Industry-linkages, Placements, Financial Aids, transport and much more.
Q. Are you still processing applications?
A. Yes – Admissions Office is continuing to process applications as usual. The process is now undertaken online completely.
Q. Have there been any changes to deadlines for Fall 2020?
A. At this time, there have been no changes to published deadlines for the Fall 2020 admission cycle.
Q. Will I be eligible to apply if my final year exams / results are delayed due to the COVID-19 threat?
A. Yes, all those candidates whose Intermediate / A level / Equivalent exams / results are delayed due to the COVID-19 threat are eligible to apply for admissions at DSU on the basis of their Intermediate first year / AS level / Equivalent initial year(s) results.
Q. Will I be eligible to apply in Fall 2020 semester if my A level complete exam is deferred to Oct-Nov 2020 series due to COVID-19 Pandemic situation?
A. DSU will facilitate those candidates who are going to appear in any one subject of A-level exam as accelerated in October-November 2020 series for admission in Fall 2020 semester.
Q. I am a DAE student and my 3rd year exams are delayed due toCOVID-19 Pandemic situation will I be eligible to apply in Fall 2020 semester on my 1st & 2nd Year Results?
A. Yes, DAE candidates will be allowed to apply for admission on the basis of their first & second year’s aggregate marks. However, all DAE candidates’ final admission result will be announced after the completion of admission test cycle by selecting best of them all against their allowed quota.
Q. Will students be given an option to test in an online forum for their admission keeping in view the current situation where students cannot make it to an in person session?
A. Yes, we are in the process to devising a system where candidate will be provided the option to attempt the admission test from home.
Sample test paper can be downloaded from:
A. Yes, DSU is a test-flexible University. If you have valid NEDUET, NTS or SAT scores, you may be exempted from DSU Admission Test only if your composite scores meet the merit cut-off of your chosen program.
Q. Will COVID-19 affect classes starting in Fall 2020 semester?
A. At this time, there is no impact to the Fall 2020 semester. We’re closely monitoring the situation and can assure you that any updates will be communicated widely via email, the University website, and social media. The health and safety of our students must come first, so as we make plans for the Fall 2020 semester, we will continue to follow advice from public health and government guidelines.
Q. What can I submit in replacement if I do not have any required documents from the checklist of the application form?
A. An undertaking is required if the candidate is unable to provide any required document from the checklist that the missing document will be submitted within the specified time given by the authority.
Q. Is it possible to make changes to the online application after submitting it?
A. No, you cannot make changes to the application once it is submitted. However, you can send a request to Admissions Office for desired changes in your application details.
Q. How do I know if my application was submitted?
A. When the application is submitted you will receive an email notifying you that your application has been submitted. At that time, you can continue to check the status of your application through the link provided in the email.
Q. When will I receive an admission decision?
A. Merit lists are published on the University website and successful candidates are notified of their admission status via email & text message.
Admission letters are sent through postal mail.
Q. Can I defer my offer of admission?
A. Yes, you may defer your admission to the next semester since the test scores are valid for consecutive semester. A request is to be submitted at the Admissions Office for processing.
Q. Who do I contact if I have questions about the application process or any particular program?
A. If you have any question about the application process, please contact the Admissions Office at the details given below:
5. Upload your required documents and send in your application
6. Receive an e-voucher and pay your application fee through Connect Pay
7. Receive an e-admit card notifying test date & time
8. Appear in computer-based admission test and admission selection interview (if applicable)
9. Receive and print out your Notification of Selection Result
10.Receive an offer letter, supporting documents and payment voucher
11.Send the admission acceptance along with the required documents and payment receipt
Updated: June 15th (11:04 p.m.)
– Due to current pandemic situation, and prohibition of large gatherings, applicants are not permitted to visit the University in person. The Admissions Office on campus is also closed during this time. If you have questions, please contact:
– DSU is conducting virtual Ad-CHAT sessions – for college students & parents to interact with our Faculty and Admissions Representative, who will also walk you through our admissions process and answer all your queries in person!
It’s a unique one-on-one opportunity for you to interact with us, know more about the DSU/DHA education legacy, and get personalized academic advice from the comfort of your home.
A. DHA Suffa University graduate and undergraduate students are eligible for our counseling services. Family of students may also be seen but only as part of family counseling. Faculty and staff may access counselor for consultation regarding student concerns.
Q. Is the Counseling Center open?
A. Our physical office space is closed in accordance with recommendations, however we remain available to support students. All counseling services are being provided via videoconference or phone. To schedule an appointment, call 0092-3342553421. Consultation hours are Monday-Friday 10:00AM – 4:00PM.
Q. Does counseling really works?
A. For most students, counseling does help students make the most of the university experience, both personally and academically. Meeting with a counselor is a chance to explore one’s hopes and fears, and determine possible courses of action or resolution in a calm, objective and confidential setting.
Q. What if I don’t have the technology to use the virtual counseling session?
A. – Contact the main Counseling Center number (0092-03342553421) and speak with a counselor on the phone.
– Calls that cannot be answered immediately will be returned within 24 business hours.
Q. Will my discussion with the counselor be confidential?
A. Yes. All conversation and even the fact that you have seen a counselor is kept strictly confidential. With few exceptions, we do not communicate with your friends, professors, parents, or family without your written consent. There are some exceptions to confidentiality, however. If there is the possibility of harm to the student or another person, Counselor is mandated to report certain information to the appropriate authorities.
Q. How frequent are sessions?
A. Based on best practices, the frequency of counseling sessions has transitioned from biweekly sessions to weekly sessions, to increase the benefits of counseling.
Q. I am really worried about my studies and I’m feeling very anxious, help?
A. This is a very anxious time for everyone and it’s normal to be experiencing feelings of worry, distress and even panic. There is telephone help and support available via the Counselling center Services, you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at 03342553421.
If you are worried please get in touch!
Q. Where is Counseling Center located?
A. Counseling Center is located in DHA Suffa University room no. GF-033, though during the pandemic we have limited our service to online sessions. Please call 03342553421 if you have any questions.
Q. What other services are offered?
A. In addition to individual counseling, consultation, workshops, and walk in hours, referrals to other departments on campus such as the Dean Office, Career Services, SSCC, Academic Support, etc. are frequently made. Group counseling may be offered based on need and availability. Lastly, we offer crisis support and referral options.
Q. What concerns are addressed in counseling?
A. Students present a range of concerns including (but certainly not limited to): classroom performance, depression, anxiety, sleep disruption, stress management, family or personal crises, interpersonal conflict with friends, or romantic partners, educational or vocational ambiguity, drug use, suicidal thoughts, concern about a friend, and other developmental issues. The number one reason that students access Counseling Center is “Stress and Anxiety”.
Because Counseling center operates on a short term, solution focused therapy model, referrals to outside providers may be appropriate for issues that exceed our scope of care or current resources.
Please speak with your counselor if you have any more questions.
HR Office COVID Updates
FAQs – HR DEPARTMENT
Applying at DSU:
Q. How to apply at DSU for Faculty positions?
A. Download the Faculty Employment Application Form given on our website in downloads section, fill it and attach supporting documents as mentioned in the form and email to email@example.com
Q. How to apply at DSU for Non-Teaching positions?
A. Download the Non-Teaching Job Application Form given on our website in downloads section, fill it and attach supporting documents as mentioned in the form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. What is the eligibility criteria for various positions?
A. For faculty positions, HEC criteria is strictly followed. The eligibility criteria is posted on DSU website for Non-Teaching positions as and when vacant positions are announced.
Q. What will be the salary package for various positions?
A. DSU has its own salary structure which will be informed in case of final selection.
Q. Is it necessary to attach all supporting documents at the time of applying at DSU?
A. Yes as the shortlisting is strictly done on the basis of these documents.
Q. When will the interviews be held, if I am found suitable for any position?
A. As soon as it is decided, you will be informed on your given contact no.