MANUU admission counselling from July 9

Hyderabad, June 28(INN):Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) is conducting counseling for admissions into its regular courses, B.Ed., M.Ed., D.El.Ed., MBA, MCA, M.Tech and B.Tech from July 9 to July 13 at 9.00 am.
According to Prof. P.F. Rahman, Director, Directorate of Admissions candidates must bring the original documents for verification with two sets of photocopies for submission at the counselling session. For details of documents required visit website. Required admission fee for these courses should be submitted through Credit Card / Debit Card / Net Banking after provisional seat allotment. Please ensure to carry your Credit Card / Debit Card / Net Banking Account with sufficient funds. Submission of Fee Deposit Receipt is mandatory for completion of Admission.
The counseling for D.El.Ed. will be held on July 9 at MANUU Campus. B.Ed. (Urdu and Social Studies) Counseling is scheduled to be held on July 10 at MANUU Colleges of Teachers Education (Darbhanga, Srinagar, Bhopal, Asansol, Nuh, Sambhal, Bidar, Aurangabad) and Department of Education & Training, MANUU campus, whereas B.Ed. (Physical Science) counseling on July 11 and B.Ed. (Mathematics and Biological Sciences) on July 12. M.Ed. Counseling will be held on July 13 at MANUU Campus and CTE (Bhopal, Darbhanga and Srinagar).
Counseling for MBA, MCA and B.Tech is also scheduled on July 10 whereas M.Tech counseling will be held on July 11.
The provisional rank list of each course is available on University website www.manuu.ac.in. For details please visit University website. (INN)
Source: Agencies


  
  

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