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24th May 2017
A Bachelor’s Degree of a minimum 3 years duration or its equivalent (under the 10+2+3 or 10+2+4 or 10+2+2+1 year bridge course pattern of study or any other pattern fulfilling the mandatory requirement of 15 years of formal education) from a recognized university, with minimum aggregate pass class. ‘Pass Class’ in the Bachelor’s Degree pursued by the applicant will be taken for determining his/her eligibility.
The first, second and third year marks of the Bachelor’s Degree examinations (if the degree is of 3 years duration) or first, second, third and fourth year marks of the Bachelor’s Degree examinations (if the degree is of 4 years duration) of all the subjects taken including major/main, minor/subsidiary and languages, etc., must be shown by the candidates in the Application Form. Those marks will be taken into account, while calculating the overall average percentage of marks to determine the marks for Academic Background. In case of candidates with a dual degree (5 years integrated degree after 12th), only the marks of first 3 years will be considered to determine the percentage. Rounding of marks for calculating the overall average percentage of marks is not allowed.
2. Candidates who will be able to complete all the requirements of their final year Bachelor’s Degree examinations by July 4, 2016 are also eligible to apply for the programme. For such candidates admission to the programme will be provisional. In case the examination process for the final year is not over before July 4, 2016, the provisional admissions stands cancelled. If a provisionally admitted candidate fails in the final year examination, the offer of provisional admission automatically stands cancelled. Candidates, whose marks are in grade or grade points, must convert the grade or grade points into marks and write them in the appropriate columns in the Detailed Application Form, to be submitted before appearing for Personal Interview (PI). Otherwise, the application will be treated as incomplete and rejected and the candidate will not be allowed to appear for Personal Interviews.
b) Eligibility, once determined on the basis of the information given by the candidate in the Application , shall be final for the purpose of Personal Interview/Selection. However, in case it is found that the information furnished by a candidate is incorrect or misleading or ineligibility being detected before or after the Interview/Selection/Admission, his/her candidature will be cancelled without giving reasons thereof.
c) Final Year Mark sheet: Candidates who have completed their graduation should send either a copy of the final year mark sheet showing their results or provisional/completion certificate issued by the college/university or degree certificate or any other certificate proving successful completion of graduation.
Age Limit: Candidates must be below the age of 40
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