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Pune University Admission Scenario

Updated on: Jan 28, 2013
Pune University has become one of the top choices for the students, who are looking forward to give their higher education an interesting turn. The University attracts a large number of both national and international students owing to its amiable atmosphere and high quality of life. It’s just the perfect place to give your academic and careerist aims the required boost.

June to July is the busiest time of the year for the university authorities as the admission process goes on a roll at that time. September witness the entry of happy and smiling faces to the university campus.

If you have completed your graduations from the Pune University then in most cases you might just have to give an interview or get selected on the basis of your marks attained. However, if you are an external student, then there is a separate procedure for you, which you can follow without having to tear off your hair.

There is a simple process of admission, which begins with filling up an online form, followed by appearing for a selection examination held at the university campus. All you need to do is arrange for your travel and accommodation. If you have merit and talent then there can be no better educational institution than the Pune University. You can go through http://www.unipune.ac.in/university_files/admissions.htm for further details.

You can also download sample question papers for most of the general courses from the official website of the Pune University: http://www.unipune.ac.in/

You can take the help of the Rhodes Scholarship given by the University of Oxford while taking admission to the University of Pune. Brilliant academic record and age less than 25 by the 1st of October, 2008, can give you this excellent opportunity. You can go through all the necessary details about this scholarship from the following link: http://www.unipune.ac.in/

Admissions in professional courses
like MCA / MSc / MTech require appearing for an entrance examination, which generally held in the month of February at cities like Mumbai, Varanasi, Lucknow, Pune, Delhi, Ahmednagar, Hyderabad and Kolhapur. For admissions under the general category the students need to have 50% marks as an aggregate, while for admissions under reserved category only pass marks are required.

For talking admission in the Pune University you can take a look at the procedures from http://www.unipune.ac.in/university_files/admissions.htm

Reservations – 50% of the seats are reserved for SC, ST, DT/NT and OBC as per the Government of Maharashtra rules. 3% has been reserved for the physically challenged or handicapped students.

If you are en external student and need to keep a check on your application status then the university website can give you details about that too. SMS reminders can also be availed by the students. You can also make a call to the facilitator through their round the clock tele-calling services.

The Pune University can be contacted at a number of email addresses and telephone numbers which are enlisted in the link given below:

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