isce: Pu undergraduate courses get more than 11,000 applications | Patna News
More than 11,000 students have already submitted their applications online for the regular self-funded courses held at different PU colleges. Admission will be done centrally and an applicant is required to submit separate applications for admission to regular and self-funded courses. The deadline for submitting online applications is June 4.
PU has formed a six-member committee headed by Pro-Vice Chancellor Ajay Kumar Singh to oversee the undergraduate course admissions process. Other members of the committee are Dean of Student Welfare Anil Kumar, Invigilator Rajneesh Kumar, IT Cell Manager KP Singh, NSS Program Coordinator Suheli Mehta and BN College Principal Raj Kishore Prasad. BN College is the nodal center for undergraduate admissions.
The Admissions Committee, in its meeting held here on Thursday, discussed ways and means of conducting entrance tests for admission to three-year degree courses in different streams, both in regular mode and in self-funded mode. . It was decided to organize a common entrance test of 100 points for students of arts, sciences and commerce. The examination paper will consist of questions from four groups (A, B, C and D), of which Group A will contain 40-point questions on general knowledge and aptitude and reasoning. Groups B, C and D will contain questions of 60 points each on the arts, science and business subjects. All applicants will be required to respond from Group A and they will be required to choose questions from one of the remaining Groups B, C and D. The document will contain multiple-choice questions only. The entrance test will take place on June 18, the dean said.
The total number of sanctioned places in undergraduate courses against which students would be admitted on the basis of their performance in the entrance test is Patna College (930), Patna Science College (750), BN College (1130), Magadh Mahila College (1156), and Vanijya Mahavidyalaya (525).
The College of Art and Crafts provides four-year courses in painting, applied arts, sculpture, photography and graphic design for class XII pass outs. Admission to 60 sanctioned places in the freshman class is on the basis of written and practical tests conducted separately by the university, college principal Ajai Kumar Pandey said.