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Exam every year conducted by Thapar University. Eligible Candidates can apply online for the M.Tech/ M.E courses at Thapar University from April 2, 2015. Candidates must have qualified in GATE for admissions to the Thapar University M.Tech 2015 courses. Check the details for Eligibility, Application Procedure, Important Dates and more for Thapar University M.Tech Admission 2015.
Candidates who have qualified in GATE can apply online to the M.Tech. Admissions at Thapar University. Non GATE candidates can apply for the vacancies after admissions of the GATE qualified candidates on the basis of the written test conducted by the university.
Thapar University M.Tech Admissions 2015 Selection Procedure: Admission to the Thapar University M.Tech Admissions 2015 will be on the basis the GATE scores and previous academic performances. Non GATE Candidates must appear for the written test conducted by the University only for vacancies after admissions of the GATE qualified candidates.
Thapar University M.Tech Admissions 2015 Application Fees: Rs 1500 Payment mode: online or via demand draft (in favour of Thapar University University and payable at Patiala) Note: Additional charges for online payment applicable
Candidates must send the printout of the Application form duly signed and send it to“Incharge Admission Cell’
Thapar University M.Tech Admission 2015 Important Dates
|Last Date for Applications||June 12, 2015|
|Test for non GATE candidates||June 23 to 28, 2015|
|Counselling for GATE candidates||June 15 & 16, 2015|
|Result of written test for non GATE candidates||July 7, 2015|
|Counselling for non GATE candidates||July 13 & 14, 2015|
Thapar University M.Tech Admission 2015 Counselling:
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