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PU issues admission notice for 2014-15 academic session

chandigarh Updated: May 30, 2014 14:14 IST
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Panjab University (PU) has issued the admission notice for the 2014-15 academic session on Thursday.

Interested students, including those who have already applied for the entrance test in May/June, will be required to submit their admission/ application forms for all undergraduate and post-graduate courses by July 2 in PU departments/regional centres concerned irrespective of the declaration of the result of the qualifying exam/entrance test. The last date to apply for diploma and certificate courses is July 18. Foreign nationals/NRI candidates seeking admission at PU will be required to appear in the entrance test if they are in India.

The foreign candidates will have to comply with visa and other requirements prescribed by the central government of India, UT administration and PU as prescribed by them from time to time. For admission in BEd and MEd (regular) and through University School of Open Learning, a separate announcement will be issued by PU. Total 10% seats over and above the total number of regular seats in each course are reserved for the foreign nationals / NRI candidates.

Interested candidates to university teaching departments for the session 2014-2015 will soon be able to download admission form from P.U. website www.puchd.ac.in free of cost. However, those finally admitted, will be charged Rs 60 as cost of admission form a long wit had mission fees. Candidates seeking admission in sports category will submit various documents, along with the admission form, to the department concerned.

Then the department will send the photocopy of the application form, after paging all the documents received from the eligible candidates to the directorate of sports.

The candidates will be required to appear for trial between July 15 to 18.