Allahabad University releases admission dates
Admission in MA Painting: OBC candidates who have secured 105 or above marks and PH candidates for admission to MA Painting 2012 course are required to report in the department of Visual Arts, on August 22 between 10:30 am to 12:30pm. Admission will be made subject to the availability of seats. They are required to bring with them admit card, certificates, marks-sheets of High School, Intermediate and graduation exams in original and photocopy, one coloured photograph. OBC category besides above are required to bring original caste certificate with photocopy. OBC candidates are also required to bring an undertaking that they do not belong to 'Creamy Layer'. Further, OBC candidates who have secured 195 or above marks for admission to MFA Painting 2012 are required to report in the department of visual arts on August 22 at 10:30am. Admission will be made subject to the availability of seats.
Admission in medieval history: Candidates of PG admission in Medieval and Modern History under Non-Subject and PH categories are required to report on August 22 at 2pm.
MA admission English: Candidates from PH category in PGAT-2012 are required to report for admission in the departmental library along with copies of all documents, original certificates and their Xerox copies, coloured photograph and required fees between 10:30am and 1:30pm on August 22.
BEd admission: Principal KP Training College, Allahabad informs that candidates seeking admission in BEd 2012 under EW/TW quota must report for counselling in the college campus on August 22 at 1:30 pm along with original documents. The admission will be given in order of merit and availability of seats.
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