Across seven cities in the country, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) would hold their Common Entrance Test (CET) on June 4. The examination coordination committee took the decision regarding the CET in a meeting. In the meeting it was decided that there would be extension in the number of departments and it would include School of Life Sciences and School of Electronics as streams in the university. The total number of teaching departments would turn out to be 10 by this inclusion.
Forms for applying to different courses have been made available by the university from April 16 and could be filled online. In order to be eligible to sit in the common entrance test the aspiring candidates need to fill up the forms by May 21. Counseling of the selected candidates would begin from June 25 and classes would commence from 2 July 2014. The meeting was chaired by Vice Chancellor of the university and Chairman of CET, Prof. Deepak Bhatnagar and others were part of it. The university has also constituted a nine member CET coordination committee which would be headed by Prof. Bhatnagar.
According to PR office of the university, Dr. MS Parmar, “CET would be conducted for more than 30 professional courses this year. At least 1800 seats will be available in 10 departments for the coming academic session. Apart from International Institute of Professional Studies, Institute of Management Studies, Educational Multimedia Research Centre, Department of Economics, Department of Commerce, Department of Pharmacy and Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, the newly announced departments, School of Life Sciences and School of Electronic would take admissions this year.”
The examination would be held in four different groups at Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior, New Delhi, Raipur, Kota and Allahabad.