CENTAC Puducherry: The last date to apply for non-NEET UG professional courses is June 6, 2023.
The Puducherry Centralized Admission Committee (CENTAC) announced on Wednesday, May 17, the start of the application process for non-NEET UG professional courses for the 2023-24 academic year. Invited online applications for admission to BTech and BArch, UG Arts, Sciences and Commerce courses, and Fine Arts courses.
Interested candidates are required to visit the official website centacpuducherry.in to submit their online application. The application process for non-NEET professional courses at UG will continue until June 6.
Puduchery Home Minister A Namassivayam, who announced the admission process to CENTAC for the 2023-2024 academic year, said that the counseling process will take place at Kamarajar Manimandapam. “The Committee has recently opened its office in Manimandapam,” he said.
There are a total of 5,229 places available for undergraduate professional courses other than NINI. Of these, 4,320 places are for UG Arts and Sciences courses and 90 places for UG Interpretation and Fine Arts courses. the hindu informed.
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Meanwhile, admission for NEET courses will start once the results are declared. There are also 292 vacancies available for UG side entry for engineering at PEC, PKIET and government places in private universities, Education Minister Namassivayam said.
Out-of-state candidates may also apply under the ‘Out-of-State Fee’ system for courses. Details about the admission process have been uploaded to the official CENTAC website.
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Speaking about the introduction of the CBSE syllabus in public schools, the Minister expressed his hope to bring the new syllabus from Class I to IX and XI starting this very academic year. “We have applied for 127 schools. The government has permission to start the curriculum in 78 schools and we hope to get permission for all 127 schools within a few weeks. The curriculum will be introduced in all these schools from of the current academic year itself,” he was quoted as saying.