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University of Hyderabad extends admission 2022 registration deadline till 12 October

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Posted on 06 Oct 2022
12:49 PM
University of Hyderabad extends its last date to apply for the integrated postgraduate (PG) courses

University of Hyderabad extends its last date to apply for the integrated postgraduate (PG) courses Source: Unsplash

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The University of Hyderabad has extended its last date to apply for the integrated postgraduate (PG) courses
“University of Hyderabad reserves the right to increase or decrease the minimum cut-off defined above based on the percentile scores of the applicants,” added an official notice

The University of Hyderabad has extended its last date to apply for the integrated postgraduate (PG) courses via Common University Entrance Test (CUET UG 2022) till 12 October, 2022. Students will now be able to apply for the 5 years integrated PG programmes via their CUET scores 2022 on its official website, acad.uohyd.ac.in.

The Hyderabad University merit list for the integrated PG programs will be put out on the basis of the scores of the candidates have secured in their core papers.

“Candidates are required to score a minimum cut-off of 35 marks in the qualifying papers to be considered for admission to the PG programmes. Only those candidates who score minimum cut-off marks in the qualifying papers will be considered for admission, irrespective of their scores in the core papers,” stated an official notice.

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“University of Hyderabad reserves the right to increase or decrease the minimum cut-off defined above based on the percentile scores of the applicants,” it added.

For admission to integrated MSc Mathematical Sciences, Physics, Chemical Science, Biology, Applied Geology, the eligibility criteria stands to be the same. For mathematical sciences and physics courses, the merit list will be released on the basis of the marks secured in maths, physics and chemistry (PCM).

For admission into integrated MSc Mathematical Sciences, Physics, Chemical Science, Biology, Applied Geology, the eligibility criteria will again stand to be the same. For mathematical sciences and physics, merit lists will be released on the basis of marks of maths, physics and chemistry (PCM) and for the latter courses mathematics or biology, whichever will be higher will be considered.

“Candidates seeking admission to Integrated MSc Chemical Sciences should be able to conduct their experiments on their own. There will be no provision for allowing any assistance or scribe to do the experiments,” added the university.

Last updated on 06 Oct 2022
13:20 PM
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