Hyderabad, April 7/2014 : The Osmania University on Monday announced the schedule for OUCET - 2014.
Addressing a press conference here, OU Vice-Chancellor Prof B Satyanarayana informed that the OUCET-2014 is being conducted for admissions into PG, PG Diplomas and 5-year-integrated courses offered by the OU, TU, MGU & PU for a total of 52 courses (39 PG Courses, 10 PG Diploma courses and three 5-years Integrated programmes).
The number of seats available is around 18,625 out of which 4,867 seats are in the University colleges and remaining 13,758 seats are in affiliated colleges. This time, the application submission is online mode only through the websites www.ouadmissions.com or www.osmania.ac.in. The decision to introduce online submission is taken by OU to facilitate the candidates to submit the application from anywhere.
To prevent malpractices, test booklets with A and B series are introduced. To avoid impersonation, left hand thumb impression of the candidate will be taken on Nominal rolls/Photo identity sheets. The candidate has to use the Black/Ball Point Pen only to darken the ovals in OMR sheet and no HB Pencils are allowed.
The notification for OUCET-2014 will be released on Tuesday while the last date for submission of online application without late fee May 9th and with a late fee of Rs 250/- is May 16th. The entrance tests will tentatively commence from May 30. (INN)
Osmania University announces schedule for OUCET-2014
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