MANUU entrance based courses, admissions end today

Hyderabad, May 14(INN):Online admissions for entrance based regular courses and distance mode B.Ed. programme of Maulana Azad National Urdu University will end on May 15.
The e-prospectus and online application forms are available on the University website www.manuu.ac.in.
Apart from all Ph.D. programmes, admissions are given through entrance in courses like MBA; M.Tech.(CS); MCA; B.Tech. (CS); M.Ed.; B.Ed.; D.El.Ed. and Diploma in (Civil Engineering; Computer Science Engineering; Electronics & Communication Engineering & Information Technology; Mechanical Engineering; Electrical and Electronics Engineering; Automobile Engineering and Apparel Engineering).
Ph.D. is being offered in Urdu, English, Hindi, Arabic, Persian, Translation Studies; Women Studies, Public Administration, Political Science, Social Work, Islamic Studies, History, Economics, Sociology, Education, Journalism & Mass Communication; Management, Commerce, Mathematics, Zoology and Computer Science.
The applicants must have passed Urdu as a subject/language/medium at least at 10th/12th /Degree level, or from listed Madarsa. List of Madrasas is available in e-prospectus. All programmes are offered in Urdu medium. Reservation for SC/ST/OBC/PwD candidates will be as per the Government of India rules. Limited hostel accommodation is also available.
However, Admission will continue into various P.G. Programmes on the basis of merit till 9th of July. (INN)
Source: Agencies


  
  

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