The admission policy and process for courses in this category operates on a “FIRST COME FIRST SERVE” basis. There are ONLY a LIMITED number of seats left.

To apply online, click here: FORM FOR REGISTRATION


A selection committee decides which students will be admitted to the courses offered by BFIT GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS. A merit list is created for the entrance examination once the entrance application is checked. The exam is held in the several states and cities mentioned on the entry form, and the candidates are notified by mail of the date and time by post. The candidate that was rejected is informed separately. As it is the candidates’ obligation to confirm their eligibility for the course being sought for before sending the form, the registration fee sent by them is not refundable. Through newspaper articles or posts, the candidate is informed of the entrance exam results.The candidates who are invited for interviews must organise their own housing and travel. There will be no TA or DA given to them in this regard. There will be tests and interviews in a number of Indian cities and states. Visit the website or get in touch with the head office for more information.

The following must be presented for all courses in addition to the required entrance examination forms, which may be found with the admissions brochure of the BFIT College Dehradun:

    a) Three attested copies of current passport-size photos.
    b) Attested proof of the date of birth.
    c) Attested photocopies of the applicant’s degree and other relevant documentation.

For seat reservation forms, see the BFIT Group of Institutions, Dehradun, admission brochure, and make a bank draught in the amount of Rs. 5000 payable to “BFIT DEHRADUN” CLICK FOR REGISTRATION FORM


The BFIT GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS will give the following categories considerable weight:

  • Recipient of an NCERT national talent award.
  • N.C.C. cadets who have earned certificates of merit for N.S.S. / MFIP from the university or state government or who have passed the “B” or “C” of G-II Certificate.
  • Students who have excelled (i.e., placed first or second) either individually or as a team member at inter-zonal, inter-university, or state level youth festivals, sports events, or tournaments organised by the government or university.
  • Athletes who have placed first, second, or third in individual events or team games at university or state level competitions organised by the state government or university, or who have really competed at the inter-university or national level.
    candidates who are the son, daughter, or spouse of a military or paramilitary member who was killed in action or permanently crippled in the line of duty.
  • Candidates who have graduated from high school or the 10+2 programme at a rural school, excluding public or boarding institutions, and who genuinely dwell in a rural area. In certain circumstances, a certificate from an appropriate authority (Magistrate First Class) must be provided.
  • Olympians’ rooms.
  • female candidates only.
  • candidate from a community of colour.
  • applicants who are disabled.