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Jadavpur University admission 2018: English entrance exam re-scheduled, check revised dates

JU admission 2018: The BA (Hons) English entrance examination will now be conducted on July 23 from (3-5) pm, which was earlier scheduled to be conducted on July 21

Jadavpur University, JU, JU admissions 2018 JU admission 2018: The varsity authorities revoked the decision to scrap admission tests for 6 humanities subjects.

JU admission 2018: The entrance test for admission to BA (Hons) English has been rescheduled, the examination will now be conducted on July 23 from (3-5) pm, which was earlier scheduled to be conducted on July 21. The counselling for admission to B.A (Hons) Economics will be conducted on July 30 and that for Sanskrit and Sociology will be held on July 31. The classes for these courses will begin from August 1.

ReadJadavpur University revokes move to scrap admission tests for 6 subjects

Jadavpur University written admission test dates 

English: July 23 (3 to 5 pm)

Bengali: July 23 (12 pm to 2 pm)

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Philosophy: July 24 (11:30 am to 1:30 pm)

International Relations/Political Science: July 24 (2:30 pm to 4:30 pm)

Comparative Literature: July 25 (11:30 am to 1:30 pm)

History: July 25 (2:30 pm to 4:30 pm)

The provisional merit list for admission to these courses will be released on August 3 after 6 pm. Counselling will be conducted from August 8 to 10. Classes will then commence from August 13.

The decision to bring back admission tests was taken in an executive council meeting held on Tuesday. However, Vice-Chancellor Suranjan Das and Pro Vice-Chancellor P K Ghosh did not agree with the resolution adopted in the meeting and expressed their desire to resign.

First published on: 11-07-2018 at 18:46 IST
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