M.Ed entrance at Punjabi University on 28 Aug'11

 

Applications invited for admissions to Punjabi University for 2-Years M.Ed. Course (2011-2013) for teachers.

How To Apply:

Prospectus will be available from 5 July 2011, which can be obtained from the Enquiry & information Centre of Punjabi University on cash payment of Rs. 1100 for General Category and for SC/ST/ Handicapped Rs. 1000 or
By registered post from the Department of Distance Education by sending a crossed demand draft for Rs. 1160 for General Category and Rs. 1060 for SC/ST/ Handicapped, in favour of Registrar, Punjabi University, Patiala along with self-addressed envelope (12"x10" size) written thereon "M.Ed. Entrance Test Form".

It can also be downloaded from the official website.

Application form for Entrance Test must reach the Coordinator, Punjabi University, Patiala (by registered post/courier/by hand) without late fee upto 27-7-2011 ,

with late fee of Rs. 500 upto 3.8.2011 ,
with late fee of Rs. 1000 upto 10.8.2011,
with late fee of Rs. 2000 upto 17.8.2011 and
with late fee of Rs. 4000 upto 23-8-2011.

Contact:
Department of Distance Education,
Patiala
Tel: 0175-3046420

Important Date:
Last date for receipt of form: 27 July 2011
Entrance Date: 28 August 2011

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