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Counselling for admission to IERT from June 30

THE COUNSELLING for admission to diploma courses at Institute of Engineering and Rural Technology (IERT) will start from June 30. The results of Engineering/Technology Diploma, Management Diploma and Post-Diploma in Computer Application have been declared and the students have been informed about counselling through post.

india Updated: Jun 25, 2006 00:09 IST
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THE COUNSELLING for admission to diploma courses at Institute of Engineering and Rural Technology (IERT) will start from June 30. The results of Engineering/Technology Diploma, Management Diploma and Post-Diploma in Computer Application have been declared and the students have been informed about counselling through post.

According to IERT examination secretary Dr TP Srivastava counselling for 70 seats in three courses of Management diploma will start at 10 am on June 30 while admission process for 30 seats in PDCA will start at 10 am on July 1.

Counselling for admission to diploma in engineering/technology of roll numbers 1 to 150 will start at 10 am on July 3, roll numbers 151 to 300 on July 4, roll numbers 301 to 450 on July 5, roll numbers 451 to 600 on July 6, roll numbers 601 to 750 on July 7 and roll numbers 751 to 995 on July 8.

Meanwhile, the lab technical staff of Allahabad University (AU) and constituent colleges have urged the AU Vice-Chancellor Prof RG Harshe to consider their demands before framing the new constitution of the varsity.

In a joint statement issued by UP, University & College Laboratory Staff Federation of India (UCLSFI) vice-president Chandra Kant Srivastava and Laboratory Tech staff CMPDC president Jai Prakash Lal urged Prof Harshe consider the unified and rationalise UGC pay scale, 62 per cent superannuation age, retirement mid term benefits, leave rules should be considered before framing the new constitution of AU.