TISS Opens B.E in Printing Technology Admission

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B.E Program at TISS, Mumbai

Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai invites application for Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) in Printing Technology program commencing in the session 2012.

Eligibility:

  • Candidates should have a passed HSC in Science discipline with 45% (40% for SC/ST) of marks from a recognized university.
  • For second year lateral entry, candidates should have Diploma in Printing Technology from AICTE approved institution.

How to apply:

  • All candidates are required to strictly apply through an online application at official website of Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
  • Application Fees Rs. 1000/- (Rs.950/-application fee + Rs.50/- as bank processing charges) to be deposited in ‘Power Jyoti' account in any branch of SBI.

Important Dates:
Last date for the submission of online application form is Aug 24, 2012.
Display of selected candidates on Aug 26, 2012.

Contact Details:
Maharashtra Mudran Parishad's Institute of Printing Technology and Research,
Plot - 3, Sector - 11, Khanda Colony, Balbharathi Marg,
Near Railway Crossing, New Panvel (W) - 410206, Maharashtra.
Tel: 022 - 27481077 / 17.

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