Noida: CCSU extends last date for admission to affiliated pvt colleges
CCSU has extended the last date for online registration for admissions to undergraduate courses in private and professional colleges to Tuesday.noida Updated: Aug 23, 2016 13:21 IST
Chaudhary Charan Singh University (CCSU), Meerut, has extended the last date for online registration for admissions to undergraduate courses in private and professional colleges affiliated to the university to Tuesday. The last date for online registration of undergraduate applicants was August 20.
A total of 560 self-financed and professional colleges are affiliated to CCSU, of which 170 colleges are in Ghaziabad and Gautam Budh Nagar.
“The decision was taken in a meeting of the examination committee on Sunday. Now, applicants can register themselves online on the CCSU website till late Tuesday,” Prashant Kumar, spokesperson for CCSU, said.
For online registration, candidates need scanned copies of class 10 and class 12 marksheets, character certificate, transfer certificate, passport photograph and signature. For other backward class (OBC), scheduled caste (SC) and scheduled tribe (ST) students, domicile and caste certificate is also required.
The committee also decided to extend the last date for paying the registration fees.
“Applicants who have registered themselves for undergraduate and postgraduate courses can deposit the fees online by August 23,” Kumar said.
The university management has given applicants extended deadline of one day to correct any mistakes on the form.
“Such applicants can rectify their forms using their login ID on the admission portal of CCSU website or can visit room number 309 at the university’s main office,” Kumar said.
A decision regarding the number of seats per course in self-financed colleges was also taken.
“If any college or institute has any doubts regarding the number of seats per course listed by the university on its website, then the representative of that particular college can approach officials in room 309 in the university’s main campus and get it cleared,” Kumar said.