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PU to start 2 new courses in upcoming academic session

Panjab University (PU) will start two new courses -- Masters in Engineering (Biotechnology) and Masters in Dental Surgery (MDS) -- from 2015-16 academic session.

chandigarh Updated: Apr 01, 2015 19:45 IST
HT Correspondent
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Panjab University (PU) will start two new courses -- Masters in Engineering (Biotechnology) and Masters in Dental Surgery (MDS) -- from 2015-16 academic session.

For admission to Masters in Engineering (ME) in Biotechnology, the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) score will be applicable, while for MDS, an all India-based entrance test will be applicable, for which modalities are being worked out.

According to Dean University Instructions (DUI), AK Bhandari, a formal permission to start MDS in five streams at Dr HS Judge Dental Institute, PU Campus, is likely to be received this week. The MDS course will have 14 seats.

Bhandari added that ME Biotechnology would be started at University Institute of Engineering and Technology (UIET) with 20 seats.

"PU will also be conducting MBBS entrance exam for NRI seats at Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, Chandigarh. The Supreme Court has directed to conduct entrance exam for these seats," informed Parvinder Singh, Controller of Examinations.

The admission to 14 courses like B Pharma, Honours Schools in Science and Mathematics would be conducted through PUCET (Under Graduate), while admission to 22 courses like LLM, MCA, MA (Journalism and Mass Communication) and PG Honours Schools would be conducted through PUCET (Post Graduate). Meanwhile, the admission to 59 PhD and MPhil courses would be conducted through the MPhil/Ph.D entrance tests.

Separate entrance tests would be conducted for BA.LLB (5 Year)/B.Com LL.B (5 Year); LL.B (3 Year) and BSc (Hotel Management and Catering Technology)/BSc (Tourism and Travel Management).

"We are issuing advertisements all over India to attract the best talent. We are getting calls from all over the country regarding the entrance tests. We will use the social networking sites to reach out to maximum people," said Vineet Punia, director, public relations.

Schedule

Name of test

Application filing date

Entrance test

Website for online application

Common Entrance Test (Under Graduate)

Upto April 28

May 23

http://cetug.puchd.ac.in

Common Entrance Test (Post Graduate)

Upto May 12

June 13 and June 14

http://cetpg.puchd.ac.in/

BA/BCom LLB (5 years)

Upto April 15

May 16

http://uglaw.puchd.ac.in/

PUTHAT (Panjab University Tourism and Hospitality Aptitude Test)

Upto April 13

May 3

http://puthat.puchd.ac.in/

LLB (3 years)

From April 16 to May 27

June 21

http://pglaw.puchd.ac.in/

MEd entrance

From April 22 to June 2

June 27

http://medadmissions.puchd.ac.in.

MPhil and PhD

From May 19 to June 29

July 18

http://phdadmissions.puchd.ac.in.

The detailed admission schedules of all entrance tests are available at PU Admission Website link at http://admissions.puchd.ac.in/includes/admissions/2015/20150219193709-entrance-schedule-2015.pdf.Admission on basis of aptitude test



Admission to courses on the basis of aptitude test conducted by the department in master courses includes Sanskrit, Gandhian and Peace Studies, History of Arts, Music (Vocal and Instrumental), Indian Theatre, Social Work, Police Administration, Human Right and Duties, B.A. Hons (Education) B.Ed, B.Ed. Special Education (learning disability), Postgraduate Diploma Courses in Advt. and Public Relations, M.Sc. Stem cell and Tissue Enggineering, five-year Integrated BSc and MSc in Fashion and Lifestyle Technology, Diploma in Translation (Hindi to English).





Admission on basis of merit



Admission to courses on the basis of merit includes MSc in Anthropology, Forensic Science and Criminology, Statistics, Instrumentation. M.A in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, Community Education & Disability Studies, Defence and National Security Studies, Economics, Education, French, Hindi, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Punjabi, Sociology, Urdu, Women's Studies. M.Lib and Information Science, M.Ed in Special Education (Learning Disability), B.A. (Hons. School) followed by M.A. (Hons School) (five-year integrated course).