Common counselling for BU's PG courses

Common counselling for BU's PG courses

Single application form for various courses; Seat selection based on ranks

Although no entrance test has been scheduled for post graduate courses, students will be allowed to select courses based on the marks obtained. A computerised rank list has been prepared and based on the ranking, counselling will be held, where students can select seats based on the availability.

As students select the courses of their choice, the seat at the particular institution will be blocked immediately and a registration number for the student will be generated on the spot.

On Wednesday, BU Vice Chancellor Dr N Prabhudev said that the centralised admission process was student friendly. “Earlier students had to buy a number of applications, but this year students will have to submit a single application form for various courses.”
The varsity has made arrangements for the centralised admission at Jnana Jyothi auditorium in Central College. For the post graduate courses in 48 disciplines, as many as 4,000 seats will be available for students. Each day between September 19 to 30, 400 students will be allowed to select PG seats.

Counselling for the Science stream is from September 19 to 23, Arts (September 24 to 26), Commerce (September 29) and Law/Education (September 30).

The varsity has received more applications for Science courses, when compared to other disciplines. Of 7,100 applications received, 3,285 are for Science alone. There are 2,618 applications for Arts, while the remaining applications are of Law and Education courses.

DH News Service

Instructions for candidates

* Candidates shall bring all original certificates including marks card, caste certificate and other documents produced during the submission of application.
* Four passport size photos.
* Fee amount should be paid in cash and only on the day of admissions. Students seeking admission under payment category are allowed to pay fee through DDT or cash.
* Only one person can accompany the candidate at the time of counselling.

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