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21 centres created for PU entrance examinations

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Chandigarh, June 15, 2013
First Published: 23:44 IST(15/6/2013) | Last Updated: 23:45 IST(15/6/2013)

As many as 21 centres have been created for nearly 13,000 candidates appearing for the Panjab University Common Entrance Test (PU-CET) for various post-graduate courses to be held from June 15 to 18, said PU controller of examination Parvinder Singh.

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Entrance examination for courses, including MCA, M Sc (nuclear medicine), M Tech (microelectronics), M Sc (chemistry, honours schoool), M Sc (botany, honours schoool), masters in engineering (electronics and communication engineering), M Sc (biotechnology, honours schoool), M Sc (computer science, honours schoool) would be held on June 16.

While entrance examination for MA (English), M Tech (instrumentation), M PEd, M Sc (biochemistry, honours schoool), M Sc (mathematics, honours schoool), MA (journalism and mass communication), ME (instrumentation and control), M Sc (environment science), MBACIT, M Sc (microbial biotechnology), M Sc (industrial chemistry), B PEd, M Com (honours), master in public health would be conducted on June 17.

M Sc (biophysics, honours schoool), M Tech (nanoscience and nanotechnology), M Sc (human genomics), ME (computer science and engineering), ME (information technology), M Sc, (geology, honours schoool), M Sc (microbiology, honours schoool), M Sc (system biology and bioinformatics), M Sc (bioinformatics) and ME (chemical) would be held on June 18.

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