UG admissions start in Noida and Ghaziabad govt-aided colleges

  • Vaibhav Jha, Hindustan Times, Noida
  • Updated: Jun 13, 2016 17:39 IST
Applicants can complete the online admission procedure by going on either of the two university website links - and (Raj K Raj/HT Photo)

The admission process for undergraduate courses in 65 affiliated government colleges of Chaudhary Charan Singh University (CCSU), Meerut, began on Sunday.

Of the 65 colleges, 12 are in Gautam Budh Nagar and Ghaziabad and will offer a total of 7,600 seats in the undergraduate courses in bachelor in arts (BA), bachelor in science (BSc) and bachelor in commerce (BCom).

Applicants can complete the online admission procedure by going on either of the two university website links-- and

The last date for online registration is June 25 and the first cut-off will be declared on June 28. By July 15, the university administration will declare all merit lists.

After June 25, students will be given two days to make any change in their application forms (if needed), before the first cut-off list is announced.

Applicants will have to pay Rs100 as registration fee and can select a maximum of six colleges and three courses in their form.

The university administration has decided to drop the ‘e-token’ system of payment this year, allowing applicants to login and edit their application forms till the last date.

“Earlier, students had to pay Rs100 through the e-token system every time they logged in for registration. The university has decided to drop this system, thereby allowing applicants to login a number of times. Now, they can pay Rs 100 at the last stage of form submission,” said Prashant Kumar, spokesperson for CCSU.

He said over 2,500 candidates registered for various undergraduate courses on the first day of the admission exercise.

The university will also conduct entrance examination for courses such as master of law (LLM), M.Phil in physical education, master of physical education and bachelor in physical education for government-aided affiliated colleges.

The proposed date of entrance is July 13 and applicants can register themselves from June 2-20. A fee of Rs 700 will be charged from the general/OBC candidates whereas the SC/ST candidates will have to deposit Rs 500 during the registration.

Applicants can download their admit cards from June 25 to June 30 by entering their application form number and date of birth on the university website. The examination centre for the entrance exam will be at the university campus in Meerut.

Among private universities, for undergraduate admissions in Amity University, Noida, the last date for form submission is June 16. Applicants can choose a desired course among 56 undergraduate courses offered by the university.

Shiv Nadar University, a private university based in Dadri, began its undergraduate admission process from April 1 for BA, BSc and BTech courses. The university administration will be releasing its selection list on June 28.


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