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MDU revises counselling schedule for PG courses

Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak, has revised the counselling schedule for admission to post-graduate courses like (MA/MSc/MCom/MPEd/MTTM/MHMCT) and even in diploma courses where the first counselling was scheduled on July 20. The decision follows a technical snag in uploading the admission forms online and is likely to affect over 5,000 applicants vying for a seat in the varsity.

punjab Updated: Jul 16, 2015 20:02 IST
HT Correspondent

Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak, has revised the counselling schedule for admission to post-graduate courses like (MA/MSc/MCom/MPEd/MTTM/MHMCT) and even in diploma courses where the first counselling was scheduled on July 20. The decision follows a technical snag in uploading the admission forms online and is likely to affect over 5,000 applicants vying for a seat in the varsity.

Under the new directions, candidates seeking admission in various courses who had earlier registered online have to submit supporting documents related to the category, reasons for extra credit claimed, result, along with a Pro forma to the department concerned by July 23.

Besides the problems in uploading of the application forms, the students who had registered online had not been given the extra five marks allotted in different categories due to a technical fault. This had also led to a demand for the cancellation of the online process.

In a statement issued on Thursday, registrar Dr SP Vats said the revised counselling schedule was available on the MDU website www.mdurohtak.ac.in with the merit list scheduled for display on July 25.

The first counselling is scheduled for July 27 and the display of vacant seats, if any, was to be done before July 28. Similarly, the second and the third counselling is scheduled for July 29 and July 30, respectively. Teaching starts from July 30, the registrar added.

The new forms (Pro forma) will be available on the varsity website in a downloadable format. In case of any technical difficulty, candidates have been advised to contact the University Computer Centre.

NEW DIRECTIONS

Under the new directions, candidates seeking admission in various courses who had earlier registered online have to submit supporting documents related to the category, reasons for extra credit claimed, result, along with a Pro forma to the department concerned by July 23. The new forms (Pro forma) will be available on the varsity website in a downloadable format.