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Osmania University reserves 15% seats for Foreign Students

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OU allots 15% seats for Foreign Students
Osmania University (OU), Hyderabad reserves 15% supernumerary quote for Foreign Students/ PIO/ Children of Indian Workers in gulf countries for B.E / B.Tech courses admissions for the academic year 2013-14.

University begins the admissions, only if the affiliated Engineering colleges obtain necessary approval from the AICTE for allotment of Foreign Students.

Further information will be notified on the Osmania University website in due course of time.

The Degrees/Certificates of the candidates must have been recognized and approved by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) / Commonwealth Universities / International Association of Universities (IAU) as equivalent to the corresponding Indian Degrees/ Certificates.

The applicant should have completed 17 years of age; there is no maximum age limit for foreign nationals.

On the basis of the letters of admission issued by this Institute, applicants should contact Indian Embassy/High Commission in their respective countries for obtaining Student/ Research Visa for study at University.

Any foreign national candidate having visa of any other type will be refused admission at University.

Fees are payable at the time of Registration, failing which, they will not be registered for the programme.

Documents required:

  • All the foreign nationals should submit their application, along with the processing fee, on prescribed format which can be freely downloaded from the website.
  • The applications of scholarship-holding Foreign Nationals (under various schemes) should be routed through the Indian Council for Cultural Relations / Ministry of Human Resource Development (Department of Education), Govt. of India, New Delhi. The antecedents of the candidate will be verified by the forwarding Agencies/Ministry.
  • They should hold a valid foreign passport.
  • That they have adequate knowledge of English as per the requirements of the programme.

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