Mumbai University MTech Admission 2018-19

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Mumbai University MTech Admission 2018-19

University of Mumbai is providing admission M.Tech degree in Computer Engineering for academic year 2018-19. Admission to the course is at Kalyan Sub-Center University of Mumbai. Eligibility to the course is as per the DTE norms. Candidates who interested in admission to the course can submit their online application forms till 4th September 2018. Admission to the course is at Kalyan Sub-Center University of Mumbai. For more details & official website link is as follows:-

Mumbai University MTech Admission 2018-19

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Mumbai University MA Admission 2018-2019

Mumbai University Master in Arts in Philosophy published admission notification for for admission to M.A. in Philosophy (Papers), M.A. in Philosophy with Specialization in Jalnism (Papers), M.A. in Philosophy with Specialization in Buddhism (Papers), M.A. in Philosophy with Specialization in Yoga. (Papers) & M.A. (By Research)/ M.Phill/ Ph.D. Candidates without formal background. major in philosophy in their undergraduate program.  First faculty change test will be held on 7th July 2018 from 2 pm to 4 pm. For more details about this & Official website is as follows:-

M.A. Courses:

  • M.A. in Philosophy (Papers)
  • M.A. in Philosophy with Specialization in Jalnism (Papers)
  • M.A. in Philosophy with Specialization in Buddhism (Papers)
  • M.A. in Philosophy with Specialization in Yoga. (Papers)
  • M.A. (By Research)/ M.Phill/ Ph.D

Mumbai University MA Admission 2018-2019

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Fourth merit list Mumbai FYJC Admission 2016

The final merit list for admission to the First Year Junior College has been declared on Monday, July 18, but around 30,000 students have not claimed their seats yet. Now, the students who have not been offered a seat will be admitted through the management quota.

Only five per cent seats will be filled at management quota and the education department will ask colleges to allot seats to the students if there are vacancies.

View of Deputy director of education, Mumbai region

The deputy director of education, Mumbai region, BB Chavan told, “Since there is no offline admission for general category students this year, we will have to accommodate the leftover students in the management quota.”

Over 15,500 students have claimed their seats in the fourth merit list and around, 1.16 lakh students already took admission in the three rounds of admissions that held between June 27 and July 15.

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