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is formally known as University of Petroleum and Energy Studies M.tech addmisson test. Candidates applying to the M.Tech courses may note that admissions will be on the basis of the scores of the qualifying exam and an interview. Candidates with valid GATE scores will be given preference. Applications for the UPES M.Tech Admission 2015 are online and offline . Check the details of the Eligibility Criteria, Application Procedure, Important Dates and more for the UPES M.Tech Admission 2015 below on this page
Admissions to the M.Tech Programmes at the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) will be on the basis of the qualifying exam and a personal interview. GATE qualified candidates will be given preference over the other candidates
UPES M.Tech Admission 2015 Selection Process: Screening of Application and Interview.
UPES M.Tech Admission 2015 Eligibility Criteria:
Rs 1850 in case of online payment / DD
Rs 1750 in case of cash payment
Payment mode: A demand draft in favour of "UPES Fee Account", payable at New Delhi
UPES M.Tech Admission 2015 Application Form Process:
Off Line: Candidates can purchase the UPES Prospectus & Application form by sending a demand draft of Rs.1,850 in favour of "UPES Fee Account", payable at New Delhi to
In Person: Candidates can purchase UPES Prospectus & Application on a cash payment of Rs.1,750 from admission counters at Ahmedabad / Chandigarh / Cochin / Coimbatore / Delhi / Dehradun / Hyderabad / Kolkata / Mumbai. Click here for the addresses
UPES M.Tech Admission 2015 Important Dates
|Application Availability||September 30, 2014|
|Last Date for Application||May 2015|
UPES M.Tech Admission 2015 Counselling:
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