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245 UG Seats Available at Ambedkar University

Ambedkar University will start its undergraduate admission procedure for this session from 2 May 2016 for over 245 seats in various undergraduate programmes. The university offers seven undergraduate programmes, admission procedure of which begins from the third week of April generally.

May 2, 2016 17:27 IST
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Ambedkar University will start its undergraduate admission procedure for this session from 2 May 2016 for over 245 seats in various undergraduate programmes. The university offers seven undergraduate programmes, admission procedure of which begins from the third week of April generally. This year, the university has decided to introduce online application procedure and hence delayed the admission procedure.

Expect MBA and Master Degree in Social entrepreneurship courses, all the other courses will be up for admission till 20 June 2016. For seven undergraduate programmes namely English, History, Mathematics, Psychology, Social Science, Humanities and Sociology, the university offers a total of 250 seats.

Based on the marks obtained in the class XII, the selection of candidates will be made for the undergraduate programmes. Candidates having minimum 65% marks in subjects like Maths, Economics and English, can apply for the Bachelor degree courses in respective subjects at the university. Admission for the post-graduate programme is also undergoing. The university offers 19 Master Degree programmes with a collective 538 seats in total. To apply for the post graduate courses, the candidates must have Bachelor’s Degree in relevant subject with minimum 45 to 50% marks from any recognized university. SC/ST category students will be given 5% relaxation in marks, while applying for the courses.

Those candidates, who are eligible enough for the Bachelors and Master’s Degree courses, will have to appear for entrance test and personal interview round. The test will be conducted in the month of July. Reservation policies of the Delhi government would be kept under consideration for the selection process.

 

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