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  1. < face="Times New Roman">Eligibility Conditions :

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< face="Times New Roman">TEST CODE

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< face="Times New Roman">PROGRAMME

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< color=#292526>< face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS

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< face="Times New Roman">MBA

< color=#292526>< size=3>Any recognized Bachelors Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.

< face="Times New Roman" size=3>OR

< size=3>< color=#292526>Bachelors Degree in Engineering, Technology or any other subject with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate or any qualification recognized as equivalent thereto with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.< face="Times New Roman">                                         

< face="Times New Roman">OR

< face="Times New Roman">< size=3>Passed the Final Examination of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India or England, the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India or England or the Institute of Company Secretaries of India. 

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< face="Times New Roman">Master of Mass Media

< size=3>< color=#292526>Graduation in any discipline from a recognized University with aggregate of 50% marks.< color=#292526>< face="Times New Roman"> 

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< face="Times New Roman">< size=3>B.Sc. (Hons) Nursing [Only for Unmarried Female Candidates]

< color=#292526>< size=3>Pass in 12th < size=3>class of 10+2 of CBSE with Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) or equivalent with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology provided that the candidate has passed in each subject separately. The candidate must also have passed English (core or elective) in qualifying examinations.< color=#292526>< face="Times New Roman"> 

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< face="Times New Roman">MPT- (Neurology)

< face="Times New Roman">MPT-(Musculoskeletal)

< color=#292526>Pass in Bachelor of Physiotherapy programme (BPT) of 4 years duration (including internship) with 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized University.

< color=#292526>OR< color=#292526> 

< color=#292526>Pass in Bachelor of Physiotherapy/B.Sc. (Physiotherapy) of 3 years duration (including internship) with 50% marks in aggregate and bridge course of one year with 50% marks from a recognized University.< color=#292526>< face="Times New Roman"> 

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< face="Times New Roman">MOT (Neurology)

< face="Times New Roman">MOT (Musculoskeletal)

< color=#292526>Pass in Bachelor of Occupational Therapy programme (BOT) with 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized University.

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< face="Times New Roman">Master of Prosthetics and Orthotics (MPO)

< color=#292526>Pass in Bachelor of Prosthetics & Orthotics programmes (BPO) with 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized University.< color=#292526>< face="Times New Roman"> 

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< face="Times New Roman">Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)

< face="Times New Roman"> < face="Times New Roman">Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)

< face="Times New Roman"> < face="Times New Roman">Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharma)

< color=#292526>Pass in 12th Class of 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology provided the candidate has passed in each subject separately. A candidate also must have passed in English (core or elective or functional) as a subject of study (core or elective or functional) in the qualifying examination.

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< face="Times New Roman">BCA

< face="Times New Roman">Pass in 12th Class of 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate with pass in English (core or elective or functional) and Mathematics or Computer Science / Informatics Practice / Computer Applications.

< face="Times New Roman">OR

< color=#292526>Three year Diploma in a branch of Engineering from a polytechnic duly approved by All India Council for Technical Education and affiliated to a recognized examining body with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate.< color=#292526>< face="Times New Roman"> 

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< face="Times New Roman">LL.M

< face="Times New Roman">LL.B. Degree as required by the Bar Council of India for enrolment as an advocate or an equivalent law degree from a foreign university, in either case with not less than 50% marks.< face="Times New Roman"> 

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< face="Times New Roman">B.Ed.

< face="Times New Roman">1. For Graduates:

< face="Times New Roman">(a) Candidates having passed Bachelors degree in humanities and social sciences with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized University and having studied any one of the following subjects:

< face="Times New Roman">(i) English

< face="Times New Roman">(ii) Hindi

< face="Times New Roman">(iii) Sanskrit

< face="Times New Roman">(iv) Urdu

< face="Times New Roman">(v) Mathematics

< face="Times New Roman">(vi) Civics/ Political Science

< face="Times New Roman">(vii) Geography

< face="Times New Roman">(viii) History

< face="Times New Roman">(ix) Economics

< face="Times New Roman">Note:

< face="Times New Roman">(i)       The candidate must have passed at least two subjects out of the list of the teaching subjects (Please see Appendix 2). These two subjects should be available as teaching subjects in the institute / college in which the candidate seeks to take admission;

< face="Times New Roman">(ii)     The candidate who has studied either Civics (Political Science) or History or Geography or Economics will be eligible to take Social Sciences as one of the teaching subject

< face="Times New Roman">(iii)    The second teaching subject can be chosen either from the main subjects or subsidiary subjects passed by the candidate at the graduation level or at 12 level.< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman"> (b) Candidates having passed Bachelors degree in Science with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized university and having studied any one of the following subjects:

< face="Times New Roman">(i) Physics

< face="Times New Roman">(ii) Chemistry

< face="Times New Roman">(iii) Mathematics

< face="Times New Roman">(iv) Biology

< face="Times New Roman">(v) Botany

< face="Times New Roman">(vi) Zoology

< face="Times New Roman">(vii) Life Science

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< face="Times New Roman">(i)    The candidate must have passed at least two subjects out of the list of the teaching subjects.  (Please see Appendix 2). These two subjects should be available as teaching subjects in the institute / college in which the candidate seeks to take admission;

< face="Times New Roman">(ii)     The candidate who has passed a paper either in Physics or Chemistry or Biology or Botany or Zoology or Life Science will be eligible to take Integrated Science as one of the teaching subjects.< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">(iii)    (The second teaching subject can be chosen either from the main subjects or subsidiary subjects passed by the candidate at the graduation level or at 12th level.(c) However, the candidates having done B.Com Pass/Hons), Bachelor of Journalism (Mass Communication), BBA, BA (Vocational) are not eligible for theB.Ed. programme. If a candidate having any of these degrees applies for Common Entrance Test for B.Ed. programme, he or she will not be allowed to appear in the Test and if by default, he or she appears in the test, the admission will not be granted to such a candidate.< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">2. For Post Graduates:Candidates having done postgraduation degree with a minimum of 50 % marks in aggregate from a  ecognized university and having studied any one of the following:

< face="Times New Roman">(i) English

< face="Times New Roman">(ii) Hindi

< face="Times New Roman">(iii) Sanskrit

< face="Times New Roman">(iv) Physics

< face="Times New Roman">(v) Chemistry

< face="Times New Roman">(vi) Mathematics

< face="Times New Roman">(vii) Biology

< face="Times New Roman">(viii) Botany

< face="Times New Roman">(ix) Zoology

< face="Times New Roman">(x) Biotechnology

< face="Times New Roman">(xi) Life Science

< face="Times New Roman">(xii) Chemistry

< face="Times New Roman">(xiii) Accountancy

< face="Times New Roman">(xiv) Business Studies

< face="Times New Roman">(xv) History

< face="Times New Roman">(xvi) Political Science

< face="Times New Roman">(xvii) Economics

< face="Times New Roman">(xviii) Geography

< face="Times New Roman">(xix) Psychology

< face="Times New Roman">Note:

< face="Times New Roman">(i)    The candidate will be allotted one of the teaching subjects from the subjects listed above provided the same is being offered by the institute / college where the candidate seeks to take admission. For list of the teaching subjects being offered by the institutes /colleges for post-graduates please seeAppendix 2;< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">(ii)    The candidate who has passed a paper either in Botany or    

< face="Times New Roman">        Zoology or Biotechnology or Bio-Chemistry or Life

                  Science    

< face="Times New Roman">        will be eligible to take Biology as one of the teaching 

                  subject;

< face="Times New Roman">         < face="Times New Roman">(iii)    The second teaching subject can be chosen either from

                 the main subjects or subsidiary subjects passed by the

                 candidate at the graduation level or at 12th level.< face="Times New Roman"> 

< color=#292526>(b) Candidates having passed Bachelors degree in Science with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized university and having studied any one of the following subjects:< color=#292526> 

< face="Times New Roman">(i) Physics

< face="Times New Roman">(ii) Chemistry

< face="Times New Roman">(iii) Mathematics

< face="Times New Roman">(iv) Biology

< face="Times New Roman">(v) Botany

< face="Times New Roman">(vi) Zoology

< face="Times New Roman">(vii) Life Science

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              < face="Times New Roman">I.      < face="Times New Roman">The candidate must have passed at least two < face="Times New Roman">subjects out of the list of the teaching subjects < face="Times New Roman">(Please see Appendix 2). These two subjects should be < face="Times New Roman"> available as teaching subjects in the institute / college in < face="Times New Roman"> which the candidate seeks to take admission;< face="Times New Roman"> 

             < face="Times New Roman">II.      < face="Times New Roman">The candidate who has passed a paper either in Physics or  Chemistry or Biology or Botany or Zoology or Life Science will be eligible to take Integrated Science as one of the teaching subjects.< face="Times New Roman"> 

           < face="Times New Roman">III.      < face="Times New Roman">The second teaching subject can be chosen either from the main subjects or subsidiary subjects passed by the candidate at the graduation level or at 12th level.(c) However, the candidates having done B.Com (Pass/Hons), Bachelor of Journalism (Mass Communication), BBA, BA (Vocational) are not eligible for the B.Ed. programme. If a candidate having any of these degrees applies for Common Entrance Test for B.Ed. programme, he or she will not beallowed to appear in the Test and if by default, he or she appears in the test, the admission will not be granted to such a candidate.< face="Times New Roman"> 

 

< face="Times New Roman">2. For Post Graduates:Candidates having done postgraduation degree with a minimum of 50 % marks in aggregate from a  ecognized university and having studied any one of the following:< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">(i) English

< face="Times New Roman">(ii) Hindi

< face="Times New Roman">(iii) Sanskrit

< face="Times New Roman">(iv) Physics

< face="Times New Roman">(v) Chemistry

< face="Times New Roman">(vi) Mathematics

< face="Times New Roman">(vii) Biology

< face="Times New Roman">(viii) Botany

< face="Times New Roman">(ix) Zoology

< face="Times New Roman">(x) Biotechnology

< face="Times New Roman">(xi) Life Science

< face="Times New Roman">(xii) Chemistry

< face="Times New Roman">(xiii) Accountancy

< face="Times New Roman">(xiv) Business Studies

< face="Times New Roman">(xv) History

< face="Times New Roman">(xvi) Political Science

< face="Times New Roman">(xvii) Economics

< face="Times New Roman">(xviii) Geography

< face="Times New Roman">(xix) Psychology

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               < face="Times New Roman">I.      < face="Times New Roman">The candidate will be allotted one of the teaching subjects from the subjects listed above provided the same is being offered by the institute / college where the candidate seeks to take admission. For list of the teaching subjects being offered by the institutes /colleges for post-graduates please see Appendix 2;< face="Times New Roman"> 

             < face="Times New Roman">II.      < face="Times New Roman"> The candidate who has passed a paper either in Botany or Zoology or Biotechnology or Bio-Chemistry or Life Science will be eligible to take Biology as one of the teaching subject; < face="Times New Roman"> 

           < face="Times New Roman">III.      < face="Times New Roman">The second teaching subject can be chosen either from the main subjects or subsidiary subjects passed by the candidate at  postgraduation level or at graduation level.< face="Times New Roman"> 

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< face="Times New Roman">B.A.,LL.B (Hons.)

< face="Times New Roman">BBA.,LL.B (Hons.)

< face="Times New Roman">Pass in 12th Class of 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and must also have passed English (core or elective or functional) as a subject.

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< face="Times New Roman">Bachelor of Journalism

< face="Times New Roman">(Mass Communication)

< face="Times New Roman">Pass in 12th Class of 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and must also have passed English (core or elective or functional) as a subject.                    

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< face="Times New Roman">M.A.(English & Communication Studies)

< face="Times New Roman">Graduation in any discipline from a recognized University with aggregate of 50% marks.

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< face="Times New Roman">BBA

< face="Times New Roman">BBA (CAM)

< face="Times New Roman">BBA (Banking & Insurance)

< face="Times New Roman">BBA (Tour & Travel Management)

< face="Times New Roman">Pass in 12th Class of 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and must also have passed English (core or elective or functional) as a subject.

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< face="Times New Roman">Lateral Entry to Bachelor of Pharmacy for Diploma Holders (2nd Year/3rd Semester)

< face="Times New Roman">Diploma in Pharmacy with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate from any Diploma awarding Institution/University/Board recognized by AICTE and PCI.

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< face="Times New Roman">Master of Computer Applications

< face="Times New Roman">MCA (Software Engineering)

< face="Times New Roman">Bachelors Degree of a recognized University in any discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate and must also have passed athematics and English (core or elective or functional) at least at the Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) of the CBSE or any other Examination recognized as equivalent thereto.

< face="Times New Roman">OR

< color=#292526>BCA/BIT/BIS of a recognized University of at least three years duration with at least 50% marks in aggregate or any qualification recognized as equivalent thereto.

< face="Times New Roman">OR

< face="Times New Roman">Bachelors Degree in Engineering or Technology or a qualification recognized as equivalent thereto with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

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< face="Times New Roman">Bachelor of Hotel Management & Catering Technology

< face="Times New Roman">Pass in 12th Class of 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and must also have passed in English (core or elective or functional) as a subject.

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< face="Times New Roman">M.Sc. (Environment Management)

< face="Times New Roman">B.Sc. Degree or its equivalent with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

< face="Times New Roman">OR

< face="Times New Roman">B.Sc.(Engg.), B.Tech. or B.E. in Civil/Chemical/Agricultural Engg Degree with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

< face="Times New Roman"> < face="Times New Roman">Notes : 1. Compartment case(s) of 2008 i.e. current year will not be considered for admission for the academic session 2008-09. It is further clarified that:< face="Times New Roman"> 

< color=#292526>a)       Compartment cases of 2008, who have appeared for supplementary examination and the result of the same is not declared by the time of counselling/admission, such candidates will not be considered for admission for the academic session 2008-09.< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">b)       In case the result of the supplementary examinations is declared by the time of admission/counseling and the candidate fulfills the eligibility conditions as mentioned above, then such candidates would be eligibile for the admission for the academic session 2008-09.< face="Times New Roman"> 

  1. < face="Times New Roman">The Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination are also eligible to apply provided:< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">a)       That they are able to produce the proof of having acquired minimum prescribed qualifications at the time of counselling/admission.

< face="Times New Roman">OR

< face="Times New Roman">b)      If the total result of qualifying examination is not declared by the concerned Board/University till the date of counselling/admission, his/her admission in that case will be provisional subject to the following conditions:< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">(i) Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of Rs.10/- in the prescribed performa (please see Appendix 3). Further, in case the candidate is minor i.e. below 18 years of age; in that case, the affidavit shall be signed by his/her parent/guardian. Candidates/parents/guardians may furthur note that submission of false affidavit is a punishable offence;< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">(ii)     The candidate will have to submit the result of qualifying examination proving his/her eligibility on or before 31.10.2008 in the Academic Branch, Room No.108, Administrative Block, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Kashmere Gate, Delhi-110403 with a copy to concerned Dean/Principal / Director where the admission has been granted;< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">(iii)    In case the candidate fails to submit his/her final result of qualifying examination in the manner as prescribed under (ii) above to prove his/her eligibility on or before 31.10.2008, whatsoever the reason may be, his/her admission will be treated as null and void and the entire fee will be forfeited and under no circumstances he/she will be allowed to appear in the End Term Exam.< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman" color=#292526 size=2>(c) It is further clarified that provisional admission will be considered only in such cases where the result of the qualifying examination has not been declared by the concerned Board/University in its totality. In case the result has been declared by the concerned Board/University but it has not been declared in a specific case, for any reason, such cases will NOT be considered under provisional admission category.< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">(d) Provisionally admitted candidates will have a suffix (P) to the enrollment number printed on their admission slip. Provisionally admitted candidates are advised to check it on receipt of Admission Slip in addition to the other details.3. Aggregate of 50% marks in the 12th class for the purpose of eligibility will be taken as the aggregate of best four subjects including one language and compulsory subject(s).< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">3. Aggregate of 50% marks in the 12th class for the purpose of eligibility will be taken as the aggregate of best four subjects including one language and compulsory subject(s).< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">2. Physical Fitness

< face="Times New Roman" color=#292526 size=2>The applicant must be in good mental and physical health and should be free from any physical defect which is likely to interfere with his/her studies including active outdoor duties required of a professional. Accordingly, all the students shall be required to submit a Medical Certificate indicating fitness from a Registered Medical Practitioner as per format given in Appendix 4.

< face="Times New Roman">< size=3>4.      < size=3>Age Limit< size=3>< face="Times New Roman"> 

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< face="Times New Roman">S.No.

 

Programme

< face="Times New Roman">As on 01.08.2008
candidate should not be more than

< face="Times New Roman">(i)

< face="Times New Roman">For all Undergraduate Programmes where entry qualification is 12th pass

< face="Times New Roman">21 years

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< face="Times New Roman">(ii)

< face="Times New Roman">For all other Post Gradate Programmes where entry qualification is graduation

< face="Times New Roman">35 years

< face="Times New Roman"> < size=3>< face="Times New Roman">4. Age Relaxation

< face="Times New Roman">The upper age limit may be relaxed upto a maximum of five years in exceptional cases by the Admission Officer of the concerned programme if he/she is satisfied with the merit of the case. Candidates exceeding the upper age limit upto five years may provisionally apply/ appear in the Common Entrance Test. However, they would be required to submit to the satisfaction of the Admission Officer an explanation regarding the gap period, i.e., the details of the period spent by him/her after passing the qualifying examination to justify the relaxation. Such explanation should be in the form of an application to the concerned Admission Officer along with supporting documents (if any).< face="Times New Roman"> 

< size=3>< face="Times New Roman">5. Relaxation in the Requirement of Marks for Reserved Category Candidates.

< face="Times New Roman">Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/Widows or Wards of Defence Personnel / Physically Handicapped will be allowed 5% relaxation of marks in the minimum eligibility requirement, irrespective of the fact whether there exists any reservation for any category of such candidates or not.< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman" color=#292526 size=2>Note : Relaxation of any kind, as mentioned above and elsewhere in this Admission Brochure, will not be granted without necessary documents by the Admission Officer present at the Venue of the Counselling /Admission. Therefore, for seeking these relaxation/s, necessary documents must be obtained in advance by all candidates from the Competent Authority as prescribed.< face="Times New Roman"> 

  1. < size=3>< face="Times New Roman">Syllabi and Schedule of CET-2008

< face="Times New Roman">EXCEL SHEET< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">* Wherever the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology (Botany & Zoology) have been prescribed for Entrance Tests for admission to graduation level courses, the Syllabi shall be of 11th and 12th standard under the 10+2 Scheme of CBSE as prescribed for the students passing out class 12 in 2008. For post-graduate level courses, the standard of questions for Entrance Tests will be of graduation level. For Lateral Entry to B. Pharmacy, the level of questions for Entrance Tests will be of Diploma in Pharmacy level.

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< face="Times New Roman">Note 1:

< face="Times New Roman">Every Common Entrance Test will be of 2 hours duration. Medium of all Common Entrance Tests will be English ; and, the Common Entrance Tests for the programmes mentioned in this Admission Brochure except MBA & MCA/MCA(SE) will be held in Delhi only.  The CET for MBA & MCA/MCA(SE) programmes will be held at following centres provided sufficient number of candidates opt for a particular centre:< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">Sl.No.

< face="Times New Roman">Name of the City / Centre

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< face="Times New Roman">Centre Code

< face="Times New Roman">1.

< face="Times New Roman">Ahmedabad

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< face="Times New Roman">Bangalore

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< face="Times New Roman">Bhopal

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< face="Times New Roman">Chandigarh

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< face="Times New Roman">Delhi

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< face="Times New Roman">Jaipur

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< face="Times New Roman">7.

< face="Times New Roman">Jallandhar

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< face="Times New Roman">8.

< face="Times New Roman">Kolkata

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< face="Times New Roman">9.

< face="Times New Roman">Lucknow

< face="Times New Roman">09

< face="Times New Roman">10.

< face="Times New Roman">Mumbai

< face="Times New Roman">10

< face="Times New Roman">11.

< face="Times New Roman">Nagpur

< face="Times New Roman">11

< face="Times New Roman">12.

< face="Times New Roman">Noida

< face="Times New Roman">12

< face="Times New Roman"> < face="Times New Roman">The choices indicated by the candidates in respect to the Centres of Entrance Examination shall only be considered as their preferred choices. The actual Centre Code will be allotted by the University and the same shall be considered as final. Neither any change in the preferences already indicated by the candidate shall be allowed by the University nor any correspondence in this regard will be entertained under any circumstances.< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">Note 2:

< face="Times New Roman">                        (i)       A Separate Application Form has to be filled-in for each programme (s) having distinct Test

< face="Times New Roman">                                Code Number. < face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">(ii)    No separate intimation will be sent to the candidates regarding declaration of results and commencement of counselling/admission. Result will be declared on University Website (www.ipu.ac.in). Detailed schedule of first counselling/admissions will be notified seven days prior to commencement of respective counselling at 5.00 p.m. on the Universitys Website (www.ipu.ac.in).  Dates of commencement of first counselling are given in Chapter 10.< face="Times New Roman"> 

< face="Times New Roman">(iii)    The University will declare and display the ranks of only those candidates who are declared as qualified in the CET-2008. The candidates will be called for counselling/admission depending upon the number of seats available in each programme. The admissions will be made only out of these qualified candidates strictly in order of inter-se-merit. The merit rank of candidates who do not qualify in CET-2008 will not be declared.

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