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Rama Devi Women’s University admission process begins

BHUBANESWAR: Rama Devi Women’s University, the first girls’s university of the state, has introduced key dates of this yr’s online admission process for only graduate (UG), B Ed and put up graduate (PG) programmes.

The university on Wednesday invited packages for PG courses in 12 subjects- Biotechnology, Computer Science, Life Science, Industrial Microbiology (self-financing), Odia, English, Hindi, Economics, Commerce, Home Science, Education and Gender Studies. Last date for submission of online software for those courses is June 10.

Students wish to submit the gadget generated arduous replica with requisite paperwork in the university workplace via July 3. They need to pay software charge via web banking or debit card using SBI e-pay whilst filling up of the net software. Entrance test for the PG candidates might be held between June 25 and 27, said university’s PG council chairperson Sarita Supkar.

First and 2nd benefit lists might be published on July 10 and July 18 respectively, whilst ready record candidates will report to the university between 2pm and 4pm on July 22. Admission will get started from July 16 and end on August 6. Classes will start from August 7, she added.

Similarly, the establishment will get started online registration process for 22 UG courses in three streams Arts, Science and Commerce from June 7. These programmes are available as honours courses (three yr length) in those streams. Last date of submission of online software form is June 21. They need to submit arduous replica of their software in the university workplace via July 1 (5pm).

For B Ed (bachelor in schooling) programme, scholars will have to register their packages between May 31 and July 2. They wish to send their hardcopy of the appliance ahead of the university via July eight via pace put up or registered put up.

The university will announce the date for admission into M Phil courses very soon after declaration of results of PG courses, professional sources said.

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