Frequently Asked Questions

1. Will a student have an advantage if he or she applies apply during the priority filing period?

o Possibly. Applicants may have an advantage when an application is received during the priority filing period. While we are open to receive applications for all programs until January 2, admission after November 1 may be more competitive. Also, students who apply during priority filing will receive an admission decision in December; those who do not will receive an admission decision in February.

2. How are the admissions criteria weighted?

o The heaviest weight is given to objective academic criteria, i.e. grades, class rank, and test scores. Subjective factors such as extracurricular involvement and essays will not compensate for major deficits in academic credentials, but can make an impact on the admission decision both positively or negatively.

3. The application asks about activities outside the classroom. Is there a minimum number of an activity, honors, or volunteer hours you are looking for?

o No, we are not looking for a specific number of hours or types of activities. We are looking for a student who will take advantage of the many opportunities available at Illinois. Participation in extracurricular activities in high school will be a positive factor in the admission review, but not at the expense of the academic criteria.

4. Is ACT Writing required?

o No

5. Do you accept letters of recommendation?

o We do NOT accept letters of recommendation. Do not send them because we will not read or consider them. If your student has had extenuating circumstances that require your documentation, submit the Counselor Explanation form.

6. Do you use legacy in the admissions process?

o No, we do not consider if a student is a legacy during the admissions process.

7. If a student is denied his or her first choice can the student apply for another major?

o On the application, students may only apply to one program; however, they will automatically be considered for other related majors including undeclared in the Division of General Studies, if they are not selected for admission to their first choice. The review will happen automatically without any further input required from the student. If a student is denied admission, the student has already been reviewed for that second choice option.


1. Can I apply online?

o Yes!Click and move to online form submission

2. When do I apply for admission?

o Application deadlines can be found on our website.

3. Once I submit my application, how soon will I be notified?

o Notification dates are listed on our website.

4. What items are needed for my application to be complete?

o The following documents are needed in order for your application to be complete: (1) completed and signed application including two essays, (2) $75 (US) application fee, and (3) official test scores (TOEFL, IELTS, and/or ACT/SAT).

5. Do you require the completion of ACT or SAT I? What about the SAT II?

o Yes, all freshman applicants must complete either the ACT or SAT I. The University does not use SAT II scores.

6. If I have attended an institution in the US, is TOEFL required?

o English proficiency requirements can be found on our admissions requirements page.

7. Are letters of recommendation required?

o No, we do not accept letters of recommendation. Unsolicited materials, including letters of recommendation, will be removed from the file and discarded before the application is reviewed.

8. May the application fee be waived or deferred?

o No, we will not process the application without the $75 (US) application fee for international applications.

9. Do I need to submit financial verification papers with the application?

o No. Financial documents and official transcripts will only be requested if you are admitted to the University and choose to attend.

10. I am currently an international student on visa. However, I will have permanent resident alien status at the beginning of the term. Do I apply as an international student now?

o Yes, you should complete the international undergraduate application at this time. When you receive your "green card," send us a copy and we will change your status within our system. For more information regarding residency classification, click

11. How can I get more information about the visa process?

o Please review our visa information for international undergraduate students.

12. How do I obtain the Programs of Study or Courses catalogs?

o The Course Catalog and Programs of Study are available online.

13. What are the official check-in dates?

o If you are enrolling for the Fall 2012 term, you should report to the International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) office on campus no later than August 22, 2012.















Q28. What is food tech?

Ans. Food tech is a very demanding branch of science it actually deals with the study of techniques and principles which are involved in processing and preservation of raw materials and food products.

Q29.What is the scope of food technology?

Ans. There is a great demand of food technologist in the industries. Food-stuffs such as chips, chocolate, namkeen, biscuit , bread, Maggie and many more items you know are the product of the food industries and for producing these products they require food technologist . There are many food companies which offer jobs in different departments of industry.

Q30. What kind of job does a food technologist do/get?

Ans. Food technologist can go for various types of job. he can/she can either go in academics either go in industry, or can go for research in food technology or can also start his own industry with a small expenditure as compare to other industries, government also provides grant to the entrepreneurs .when you do work in industries you either go for managing or for production or for quality control department.
Government sector is also open for the food technologist, one can join as the food inspector; he can also join as scientist in DRDO’s defense food research lab (DFRL) after the master’s and doctorate.
Our positive side is that there are very few colleges which offer this course and it is going on in our campus at its high; we are also having an MOU with the NDRI (national dairy research institute) Karnal.

Q31.What about the placements in food tech?

Ans. Placement actually depends on the ability of the student how good his/ her basics are, how hard working is he, how he performs in the interview and in our institution the students are groomed in such a manner to make them able to snatch jobs. Our students are currently working in reputed food industries like PepsiCo, Parle-agro foods, Coca-cola etc.

Q32 . Which courses do you have in food tech?

Ans. B.Sc and M.Sc food tech.

Q33.Do you have in food tech ?

Ans. No we don’t have food tech but we have B.Sc in food tech which is equivalent to if we talk in terms of getting jobs in industries. In fact B.Sc is at the upper hand when we talk about the time required to complete the course and fee structure ( is too expensive and more time consuming). The that we offer is also a technical degree as it is being provided by a technical university and is of semester mode as well for the convenience of the students as more and more different subjects can be taught which makes it easier for the student to get a job is various branches of food industries which are as follows:-

1. Beverage industries: it can be either alcoholic beverage industry like kingfisher, (our students are under training is kingfisher Mysore right now and college arranged the training for them )(breweries and distilleries) or it can be non alcoholic beverage industry like fruit juice industries like real fruit juice , frooti of Parle agro or soft drink industries coca cola , pepsi etc .

2. Bakery industry

3. Meat industry

4. Dairy industry (dairy and dairy products)

5. processed food industry (fruit and vegetables)

Q. To which university your food tech course is affiliated?

Ans. UTU (Uttarakhand technical university)

Q34. Can science student without biology at 12th do food tech?

Ans. Yes

Q35. Can Bachelor of Arts can do food tech.?

Ans. Yes if he/she had done B.A in home science.

Q36. How it is different from hotel management?

Ans. Hotel management deals with the working of /in hotels whereas food technology deals with every aspect of food production to preservation and processing at large level. (Yes hotels are also a part of food industry)

Q37. Do companies prefer or

Ans. Companies do not prefer the degree but the knowledge you possess. There are many students roaming jobless whereas students having UG and PG in the same subject are getting jobs more easily as compared to students. Therefore degree does not much influence your eligibility in this respect.

Q38.What are the choices after B.Sc?

1. Post graduation
2. Food industry
3. Entrepreneurship

Q39. What are the chances after M.Sc?

Ans. 1. Doctorate degree
2. Food industry
3. Entrepreneur
4. Teaching (if NET qualified)
5. Research

Q40. I want to do XYZ courses form where it is affiliated?

Ans. Course may be from be any university start your talk from here) We are from bfit technical campus AICTE approved and approved from ministry of HRD Govt of India (give a pause). As regard your course is concerned we are affiliated to ABC University and your course is for ………………..years.

Q41. What is the fee per year?

Ans. ( Fee Structure is attach )

Q42.What are the hostel charges?

Ans. We have four types of hostels.

 Dormitory having 8/10 occupant will be charges Rs 30000/-per year.
 4 sharing room economy 35000/-per year.
 Economy room shared by 2 occupant (common toilets are in the corridor Rs.47500/-per year.
 Standard room shared by 2 occupants attached/without attached toilets Rs. 55000/-per year.
 Standard room shared by 4 occupants attached/without attached toilets Rs. 40000/-per year.
 Deluxe room shared by 2 occupants with balcony and toilet attached. Rs.- 65000/-per year.
 Semi deluxe 4 sharing room (attached toilet). 55000/-per year.
 Deluxe 4 sharing rooms.65000/-per year.

Q43. Are the food /messing included in the hostel cost?

Ans. Yes. We provide Veg/Non veg food within the cost of hostel charges and food remains same you may opt hostel of Rs 30000/65000/-

Q44. What is the eligibility for taking admission in XYZ?

Ans.- Minimum eligibility status annexure. Attached.

Q45.Why is the fees of BFIT so low?

Ans. This is a minority’s college and some minorities from central government due to we encourage education in minorities as well as major. We are being regularized by the state government of Uttarakhand hence cannot loot the candidate like private university or other private colleges.

Q46. Is BFIT not a private College?

Ans. BFIT is self-finance college but being regularized by central Government and government Of Uttarakhand.

Q47. What is the University status?

Ans. You will not find a second college, which is affiliated to a central university and our university is ranked among ten best university in India HNBGU, this is as per the UGC That means your degree are equal into Delhi university/ Jawaharlal Nehru University/Aligarh Muslim university/Banaras Hindu University/Allahabad University etc.

Q48.What is the Placement position?

Ans. We assure you a cent –per-cent placement assistance but provided you study hard and your result in externals is not less than 60% and you passed every semester without any back.

Q49. What is the salary package for Graduate Bachelor pass outs?

Ans. It depends on your individual capability you can get good package but we hope you may easily get package 2-3 lacs per annum and in MBA it may reach up to 5-6 lacs per annum because we groom students in entirely different way.

Q50. Same Master 15/20 (Master pass outs)

Q51. Is the hostel available in the college campus?

Ans. Yes. This is one kilometer walk around campus and there is every facility available within the campus you can say the BFIT is mini township .Hence everything is available within the campus may it be Boys Hostel, Girls Hostel, Gym, cafeteria ,Playground and all other facilities available within the campus .

Q52. Where are these four Institution of BFIT Group of Institutions.

Ans. All Institutions are in one campus, the campus is quite big.

Q53. How can I go for admission?

Ans. You can simply pay Rs 5000/- and reserve your seat this is not an extra money, it will be latter adjusted in your tuition fee.

Q54. My result is not out yet?

Ans. Don’t worry, although every this is going to be alright but in case your result comes out to be negative that means you do not clear your exam, seat reservation charge Rs-5000/- will be refunded back to you from our office.

Q55. When will I pay the rest of the fee?

Ans. By end of May or first week of June you will be asked to fill the admission file and there after you will be supposed to make the payments, tuition fee as well as hostels. The payments are to be made in semester basis.

Q56. What if I cannot pay the fee in seminar basis? Can the Installments be made?

Ans. Don’t worry, you send me the E-mail of your request. I will forward and get it sanctioned from the Hon’ble Chairman Sir and then you will be in a position to pay in Installments.

Q57. Are there any hidden charges or extra charges than the academic fee or the hostel charges fee?

Ans. There are no hidden charges but yes, you need to pay Rs.-500/- for the prospectus ,Rs 3000/-for registration i.e. total Rs- 3500/- for admission, library fee 3000 per year ,you also have to pay Rs 6500/-as a campus fee this is basically for the campus recruitment, it means the companies which are coming to the campus for placements . You have to pay this only once throughout your stay at BFIT. Uniform costs Rs 5000/- i.e. once that the time of admission we don’t mind in case you want to buy it from the outside. Still it is economical and sensible to buy it from the campus, it contains one winter suit {coat-paint} two shirts, two trousers, tie ,track suit ,T-shirt ,lab coat (wherever Applicable), college bag. Please also note, the there is also charges of Rs 3000 for hostel enrolment and 3000 for hostel furnishing. However you have to pay examination charges per semester/ year as applicable by university.

Q58. What is the pass put ratio of the campus.

Ans. The pass out ratio of BFIT is somewhere 98.99%

Q59. what is an average percentage, a student secure.

Ans. 80% percent of BFIT students secure minimum 60% and above there

Q60. What is the food quality served in the mess?

Ans. Food served in BFIT mess is 40% to 50 % better than what a middle class family eat at home. For more details visit website to see Menu. (For Muslim candidates halal meat is served. The mess serves both Veg. and non-veg. food, separate buffets are laid for veg and non-veg.

Q61. What will I get in hostel room?

Ans. You may opt. for any hostel, you may be provided one bed and almirah, a table and a chair, the room will be reasonably furnished according to the category you choose. please note mattress, pillow ,bed sheet ,quilts ,bucket etc., are not provided in the room you need to buy separately either from the college or can even buy from market nearby.

Q62. How old is college?

Ans. This is a Group running from above 11 years in the state of Uttarakhand. Inform everybody who calls.

Q63. What is the difference between Central University, State University?

Ans. In Central University all rules and regulation are directly control by Central government. Where rules and regulation of State University controlled by UGC and State government.

Q64. What is the difference between Deemed University and Private University?

Ans. Private universities are educational institutions that operate independently of public or government funding. Whereas deemed universities operate independently but funded by government.
Example- VIT University is a private university. It is not funded by government whereas Most IITs and NITs are deemed universities but are funded by government. Both give its own degree

2. Though Deemed University is approved by UGC but to run some courses there is necessary to take approval from different council: AICTE, MCI,DCI etc. and state government Whereas once any Private University is approved by UGC and state government than there is no necessity to take approval from different councils to run any course.

Points to be noted: - To be told in case the candidates /Parents need more information.

1-It remains compulsory to obtain 75% / 80% Attendance in academic failing which candidates may not be allowed appear in University Examination.
2-There will be 2/3 internal exam which a candidates need to clear,non-clearance may result in barring the candidates from the University exam.
3-HNBGU is an abbreviation i.e. Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal Central University which situated in our state Uttatakhand and is a central University.
4-UTU abbreviation: State Uttarakhand Technical University
5-AICTE is an abbreviation to All India council For technical Education new Delhi, which assures to the candidate for quality education as it a statutory council for technical education in India.

1. There a core curriculum? If so, what are the distribution requirements?
2. How extensive is faculty academic advising?
3. What is the return rate for second-year students?
4. What percentage of students graduates within four years?
5. As a follow-up, ask about the main reasons why students leave without graduating.
6. What percentage of graduates goes on to graduate or professional school? (Immediately after graduation and eventually.)
7. Is there an Honors Program? If so, what does it consist of?
8. To what extent do undergraduates participate in faculty research?
9. Is there a writing center to help with student essays?
10. Is tutoring available?
11. What are your most popular/distinguished programs?
12. How many students will be in my first year courses and introductory courses?
13. Are those courses taught by full-time faculty or by graduate assistants? (Note, if this is an undergraduate college only, this question shouldn’t be asked because there are no graduate assistants.)
14. To what extent is there interaction between faculty and students?
15. What is the percentage of students who, after graduation, go to work, go to graduate school, do something else? What else are they doing?
16. What is the principal reason students leave or transfer out?


1. What are the dorms like?
2. Will I be living in a single, double, or triple room?
3. Are the dorms wired for the Internet?
4. Can I have a car on campus, and how convenient is parking?
5. What does parking cost?
6. How far is the campus from an airport or train station?
7. How available are computers for student use on campus?
8. What are the library and computer lab hours?
9. What is the quality of the specific facilities that are most important to me?

Describe the college’s resources for first-year students – computers, library, access to special equipment, such as in labs, etc.

1. Athletic facilities
2. Observatory
3. Broadcasting facilities
4. Science/Engineering equipment and facilities
5. Computer labs
6. Eating places
7. Fine Arts facilities
8. Library
9. Language labs
10. Greek houses

Health, Safety, and Security

1. How is the student health program organized?
2. How far away is the nearest fully equipped hospital?
3. How well does the college accommodate the physically challenged?
4. Are substance-free dorms available?
5. What does campus security consist of?
6. What is the most frequently reported on-campus crime?
7. Have there been any serious incidents of on-campus crime in recent years?
8. How are campus security personnel trained and credentialed?


1. How extensive is Greek life on campus?
2. What social activities does the college sponsor?
3. What social activities are available in the surrounding community?
4. What do students typically do in their “down time?
5. Is this a “suitcase college?” (A school where most of the students leave on weekends. If you are not one of the students leaving it makes for a very quiet, dead, campus on weekends)
6. What distinguishes this school from others?
7. Are there any unusual traditions or celebrations?
8. Among extracurricular organizations at the college, which seem to be the most active, the most vital?
9. What kind of person would be happy on this campus? Unhappy?
10. What are the current issues of concern among the students?
11. Is it an activist or political student body?
12. How active and effective is student government?
13. What are the opportunities for participating in intercollegiate or intramural sports?
14. What type of housing is available to first-year students?
15. How are roommates chosen?

Financial Aid

1. What kinds of work-study jobs are available?
2. What percentage of students receives financial aid and what does the typical package provide?
3. Are there academic/talent scholarships available?

Admission questions

When you visit a college, never be afraid to ask an admission officer detailed questions about the evaluation process. Ask them if they recalculate GPA, and if so, how. Ask them, under the recalculated scale, what kinds of GPAs generally get admitted to the college. Even when guidebooks report average GPAs, there’s no way for you to know if the school is reporting recalculated GPAs — unless you ask.
Also ask an admission officer if they use class rank in the admissions process or not.
Would I have been accepted last year? Whether or not you get into a selective college depends mainly on whom you’re competing against. Since admissions officers can’t predict the exact mix of applicants in any given year, asking about last year makes it easier for them to assess your chances.

Questions of professors

1. How much homework do you assign each week?
2. How many tests and papers do you give each semester?
3. Do you teach any classes with over 50 students?
4. Are you available to give students individual help if they need it?
5. What are your office hours each week?
6. What common mistakes do freshmen make in their first semester classes?

Questions for students

1. Is it difficult to get an appointment with a professor?
2. If you are not doing well in a course are the professors willing to talk to you about how you can improve?
3. How would you rate the teaching skills of your professors?
4. What was your favorite class your first year? Why?
5. What was the biggest class you took your first year?
6. What was the smallest?
7. Were you able to get enough individual attention in the larger classes?
8. How easy is it to get into the classes you want?
9. How much time to you spend doing homework each night?
10. How many papers and tests do you have in a semester?
11. What did you do last weekend? Do most students stay on campus during the weekends?
12. What is the most important social event of the year?
13. What type of individual would not be comfortable at this school?
14. How do you like the food?
15. Do you and your friends feel safe on campus?
16. What are the residences halls like?
17. Do the students take an active part in the discussion in class?
18. What other colleges did you apply to?
19. Why did you apply to this college?

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