Updated: August 17, 2021 7:59:39 am
Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) has released its merit list for various courses for the academic session 2021-22 on its website. The merit list covers all graduate, postgraduate, integrated, diploma and certificate courses, entrance exams for which were held earlier this year.
Though the students can check the merit list from Monday itself, they will only be able to apply for their chosen courses from August 20.
To apply, students on both merit list and waiting list will be required to press the “Apply” button provided on the website, upload their documents and apply for departmental approval for admissions. Students have been cautioned to upload only the scanned copy of their marksheet and other required documents; links or version of documents from apps like DigiLocker etc. will not be accepted, according to details provided on the website.
Students on the merit list will have to secure their admission by paying the required fees within seven working days from display of the merit list on SPPU website or August 27, whichever is later. If a student fails to do so, it will result in cancellation of their claim to admission.
The Waiting List will be opened and operated after the due period for the Merit List is over.
The documents of students seeking admission against Sports/Cultural quota will be verified by Director, Sports, SPPU, and Head, CPA (Lalit Kala Kendra), SPPU respectively. The admission of students under these quotas will be confirmed only after the approval from the above authorities. After approval of the admission form, an admission challan link will be made available for students to pay fees online.
For more details students can log on to email@example.com or call at 020-25699232
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