ICFAI University Conducts ATIT 2012 on May 05

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ATIT 2012 on May 05 By ICFAI University

ICFAI University, Hyderabad invites application form for ATIT Aptitude Test (ATIT 2012) for admission into Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) programmes commencing in the session 2012.

Test Pattern:
ATIT test paper contains multiple choice questions of 2 Hours 30 minutes duration and aimed to test candidates ability in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English.

Eligibility:
Candidates should have passed 10+2 examination in science discipline from recognized board of examination.

How to apply:

  • The application form can be downloaded from the official website of ICFAI University.
  • The filled application form along with demand draft of Rs. 700/- in favor of “IUCF A/c ATIT” payable at Hyderabad should be submitted to the admission office.


Important Dates:
Last date for the submission of online application form is April 21, 2012.
ATIT 2012 will be held on May 05, 2012.

Contact Details:
Admissions Officer (B.Tech. Program),
ATIT Office, # 65, Nagarjuna Hills,Punjagutta,
Hyderabad - 500082.
Ph: 040 – 23440960/4.

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