Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) will introduce three new courses — MBA (Hospitality Management), MBA (Financial Market) and BBA (Financial Market) — from the academic session 2011-12.
MBA (Financial Market) and BBA (Financial Market) will be run in collaboration with the National Stock Exchange. The university, which started its sale of forms from Tuesday, is offering 20,000 seats this year for 85 programmes.
Admissions to the various courses will be conducted through 48 common entrance tests (CET) this year for seats across 11 schools of the university and 103 affiliated institutes.
GGSIPU is planning to conduct the CETs for four of its most sought after courses MBA, MBBS, BTech and MCA in 13 cities across India including Delhi, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Bhopal, Jalandhar, Nagpur, Shimla, Muradabaad, Hissar and Dehradun. For the remaining courses, the entrance test will be held only in Delhi.
This year applicants need to fill the admission form in his/her own handwriting, which will be further cross checked at various stages of the admission process.
"This is part of examination reforms carried out by the university to maintain transparency in the admission process," said vice-chancellor DK Bandhopadyay.
Further, the students will be required to paste a bigger colour photograph with white background.
The application forms can be obtained from 44 designated branches of only Indian Bank- 22 centres in Delhi and 22 outside Delhi. Students can also submit the CET application forms online, along with the CET fee, at http://ipu.admissionhelp.com. The last date is April 25, 2011.