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Last date to apply for PU MEd entrance exam is June 10

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Chandigarh, May 14, 2014
First Published: 21:43 IST(14/5/2014) | Last Updated: 09:21 IST(15/5/2014)

Panjab University (PU) has invited online applications for the MEd admissions in the varsity and its affiliated colleges in Punjab and Chandigarh.

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Students may apply for entrance tests up to June 10. The test would be conducted on July 6.

The university has 105 MEd seats and an additional 150 seats at PU's University of School of Open Learning (USOL).

The prospectus and application form can be downloaded from PU's website imedadmissions.puchd.ac.in/index.php <http://medadmissions.puchd.ac.in/index.php>. The last date to generate bank challan is June 10, while fees can be submitted to any SBI branch on June 13 by 4pm. The last date for submission of fee details and uploading photograph and signature on the PU website, along with other details required, is June 17.

“E-admit cards would be available on the website on June 27, 2014. Students will have to use their own Login id and password, which will be provided while generating the bank challan, to download their cards,” the spokesperson said, adding that there would be no physical communication for this purpose. Candidates appearing or who have appeared for BEd examinations in any recognised universities in June are also eligible to take provisional admissions.

“The admissions in this category will stand cancelled if the student fails to obtain the requisite scores before the date of counselling or on the date of interview for admission to the course,” the spokesman said. The varsity advised the students to check the university website frequently for updates.

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