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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Admission to M.Sc. Nano Science and Technology 2009 - GNDU, Amritsar



The Admission to M.Sc. Nano Science and Technology course sanctioned by DST, New Delhi

Application are invited for admission to M.Sc. Nano Science and Technology from candidates having passed B.Sc. with at least 50% marks with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects. Admission will be done on all India basis through an entrance to conducted by the department on 03-07-2009. Each student admitted to this course will get a scholarship @ Rs.3000/- pm and annual contingency @Rs.10000/-. For more details see University Prospectus 2009/University website

Syllabus for Entrance Test for MSc Applied Physics

(Electronics) & M.Sc. Nano Science and Technology

DATE OF EXAM: Friday, 3, July, 2009 (2-4 PM)

Maximum Marks : 100
Time Allowed : 2 Hours

There will be 100 questions of multiple choice type. All questions are compulsory and carry 1 mark each. No negative marking. Non programmable calculator is allowed.

Optics and Lasers

Interference : Concept of coherence, Spatial and Temporal coherences, Coherence time, Coherence length, Area of Coherence. Conditions for observing interference fringes. Interference of light by wave front division and amplitude division. Michelson’s interferometer-working, rinciple and nature of fringes. Interference in thin films. Role of interference in anti-reflection and high reflection dielectric coatings, Multiple beam interference, Fabry-Perot interferometer. Nature of fringes.

Diffraction : Huygens-Fresnel theory, half-period zones, Zone plates. Distinction between Frensel and Fraunhofer diffraction. Fraunhofer diffraction at rectangular and circular apertures. Effects of diffraction in optical imaging, resolving power of telescope. The diffraction grating, its use as a spectroscopic element and its resolving power.

Polarization :
Concept and analytical treatment of un-polarized, plane polarized and elliptically polarized light. Double refraction, Nicol prism, Sheet polarizer, retardation plates. Production and analysis of polarized light (quarter and half wave plates).

Laser fundamentals : Derivation of Einstein’s relations, Concept of Stimulated emission and population inversion, Broadening of spectral lines, natural, collision and Doppler broadening line width, Line profile. Absorption and amplification of a parallel beam of light passing through a medium. Threshold condition, three level and four level laser schemes, elementary theory of optical cavity, Longitudinal and transverse modes.

Laser systems : Types of lasers, Ruby and Nd : YAG lasers, He-Ne and CP lasers, construction mode of creating population inversion and output characteristics. Semiconductor lasers, Dye lasers, Q-switching, Mode locking, Application of lasers-a general outline, Basics of holography

Quantum Mechanics

Formalism of Wave Mechanics : Brief introduction to need and development of quantum mechanics, Wave-particle duality, de-Broglie hypothesis. Complimentary and uncertainty principle, Gaussian wave packet, Schrodinger equation for a free particle. Operator correspondence and equation for a particle subject to forces. Normalization and probability interpretation of wave function. Superposition principle, Expectation value, Probability current and conservation of probability. Admissibility conditions on the wave function. Ehrenfest theorm, fundamental postulates of wave mechanics. Eigen functions and eigen values. Operator formalism, Orthogonal systems, Expansion in eigen functions. Hermitian operators. Simultaneous eigen functions, Equation of motion.

Problems in one and three dimensions : Time dependent Schrodinger equation. Application to stationary states for one dimension. Potential step. Potential barrier, Rectangular potential well. Degeneracy, Orthogonality, Linear harmonic oscillator. Schrodinger equation for spherically symmetric potential, Spherical harmonics, Hydrogen atom energy levels and eigen functions, Degeneracy, Angular momentum.

One Electron Atomic Spectra : Interaction of atom with radiation, Transition probability, Spontaneous transition, Selection rules and life times, Spectrum of hydrogen atom. Line structure, Normal Zeeman effect, Electron spin, Stern Gerlach experiment, Spin orbit coupling (electron magnetic moment, total angular momentum). Hyperfine structure, Examples of one electron systems, Anomalous Zeeman effect. Lande – g factor (sodium D-lines)

Many Electron Systems Spectra : Exchange symmetry of wave functions, exclusion principle, Shells, Sub shells in atoms, atomic spectra (Helium). L S coupling , Selection rules, Regularities in atomic spectra, Interaction energy, Ideal X-ray spectra, Mosley law, absorption spectra, Auger effect, Molecular bonding, Molecular spectra, Selection rules, Symmetry structures, Rotational, vibrational electronic level and spectra of molecules, Magnetic resonance experiments, Raman spectra, Introduction to Raman spectra.

Condensed Matter Physics

Crystal structure, Symmetry operation for a two dimensional crystal, two dimensional Bravais lattices, Three dimensional Bravais lattices, Basic primitive cells, Crystal planes and miller indices, Diamond and NaCl structure.

Crystal diffraction :P Bragg’s law, Experimental methods for crystal structure studies Laue equations, Reciprocal lattices of SC, BCC and FCC, Bragg’s law in reciprocal lattice, Brillouin zones and its derivation in two dimensions, Structures factor and atomic form factor

Lattice vibrations, Concepts of Phonons, Scattering of Photons by phonon, Vibration of mono-atomic and linear chains, Density of modes, Einstein and Debye models of specific heat, free electron model of metals, free electron Fermi gas and Fermi energy.

Band Theory : Kronig-Penney model, Metals and insulators, Conductivity and its variation with temperature in semiconductors, Fermi levels in intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, Qualitative discussion of band gap in semiconductors, Superconductivity, Magnetic field effect in superconductors, BCS theory, Thermal properties of superconductors.

Electronics and Solid State Devices

Concept of current and voltage sources, p-n junction, Biasing of diode, V-A characteristics, Zener diode, LED, LCD. Rectification : half wave, full wave rectifiers and bridge rectifiers, Filter circuits (RC,LC filters), Efficiency, Ripple factors, Voltage regulation, Voltage multiplier circuits.

Junction transistor: Structure and working, relation between different currents in transistors, Sign conventions, Amplifying action, Different configurations of a transistor and their comparison, CB and CE characteristics, Structures of JFET and MOSFET, Transistor biasing and stabilization of operating point, Fixed bias, Collector to base bias, Bias circuit with emitter resistor, Voltage divider biasing circuit

Working of CE amplifier, Amplifier Analysis using h-parameter, Equivalent circuits, determination of current gain, Power gain, Input impedance , FET amplifier and its voltage gain, Operational amplifier, Characteristics and applications, feed back in amplifiers, Different types, Voltage gain, Advantage of negative feed back, Emitter follower as negative feed back circuit

Barkhausen criterion of sustained oscillations, LC oscillator (tuned collector, tuned grid, Hartley), RC oscillators, phase shift and Wein bridge, Modulation and detection, AM and FM, Power in AM and generation of AM detector, Radio transmitter, Radio wave propagation, Ionosphere, Radio receiver, TV receiver.

B.A.(H) English - CATE 2009


Admission Notice 2009 To B.A.(H) English - CATE

A Combined Aptitude Test For English (CATE), for admission to the B.A. (Honours) course in English offered by the University of Delhi, will be conducted on Wednesday, June 17, 2009, at 1.00 p.m. The test will be held, under the aegis of the Department of English, University of Delhi, on behalf of twelve colleges of the university. The colleges who will admit students to the English course through the test are:

• Delhi College of Arts and Commerce
• Hindu College
• Indraprastha College for Women
• Kamla Nehru College
• Maharaja Agrasen College
• Ram Lal Anand College – Evening
• Satyawati College – Evening
• Shivaji College
• Shyam Lal College
• Swami Shraddanand College
• Zakir Hussain College
• Zakir Hussain College-Evening

The test will be of one-and-a- half hours duration , and will evaluate candidates' aptitude for the B.A ,(Honours) English .course. It will comprise multiple-choice questions to assess vocabulary, grammar, language skills and literary knowledge of candidates as well as questions in comprehension and essay -writing.

a) The criteria of eligibility for appearing for the CATE will be (i) a minimum score of 60% in English. (Core or Functional or Elective) and (ii) 60% aggregate in the best 4 subjects of the Class XII examination.

b) Application forms for the CATE will be made available at the office of the Department of English, Arts Faculty Building, University of Delhi (North Campus). Each candidate for the test will be required to submit at the same office, along with the completed application form, two passport-size photographs, a copy of his/her Class XII mark-sheet and a sum of Rs.100/- as demamd draft in favour of The Registrar, University of Delhi, test fee. Registration for the test will be done at each of the venues set up for the distribution of forms.

c) Upon registration, each candidate will be given a counterfoil of the application form which will serve as his/her receipt-cum- test admit card as well as mention his/her roll number for the test and test venue.

d) A candidate needs to submit only one CATE application form to register for the test even though he/she may be applying to more than one college for B.A.(Honours) English.

Relaxation of benchmarks for admission of candidates of CATE who belong to the OBC constituency, as identified by their relevant certificates, will be enforced as per university rules.

f) Students who belong to the various reserved categories, such as SC / ST / PH or foreign students, whose admission is done directly by the university, need not appear for the CATE.

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M.A. / M.Phil & Ph.D (Economics) Admissions 2009-2010, University of Delhi



M.A. / M.Phil & Ph.D (Economics) Admissions 2009-2010

1. The application forms for M.A,M.Phil and Ph.D courses
will be available from the office of the Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics against a demand draft of Rs. 500/-(for General Category & other category except SC/ST Category) and Rs.300/- (for SC/ST Category). The demand draft should be made from any nationalised bank drawn in favour of Registrar, University of Delhi, payable at Delhi from Monday, the 18th May 2009 to Friday, the 19th June, 2009.

Candidates who cannot purchase the application form in person, should follow the procedure described at Serial No.2 below.

2. The application form can also be downloaded from our website: The relevant procedure is given in detail in the website: click on the ‘PROGRAMS’ link and follow the instructions there. The hard copy of the downloaded application form should be sent by post to the department and this must be accompanied by a demand draft of Rs.500/-(for General and other cateogry except SC/ST Category) for the M.A., M.Phil & Ph.D. entrance examinations. For SC/ST applicants, the relevant demand draft amount is Rs.300/-. The demand draft should be made from any nationalized bank and the draft should be prepared in favour of the Registrar, University of Delhi, and should be payable at Delhi.

3. Candidates seeking admission to the M.A., M. Phil and Ph.D in Economics at the University of Delhi must send their completed registration form to the Head, Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi - 110 007. The last date for receiving the application form is 19th June 2009.

4. The Entrance Test for M.A , M. Phil. and Ph.D courses in Economics will be held on Saturday, 27th June 2009 at 10 a.m. in the Delhi School of Economics. The Test will be of 3 hours' duration. All candidates are advised to report to the Delhi School of Economics at 9.00 a.m. Allocation of centres will be displayed at the Delhi School of Economics. Then the candidates will proceed to their respective centres and report there at 9.15 a.m.

5. Candidates must fill out and detach the admission ticket from the registration form. The admission ticket is to be presented at the examination centre.

6. Downloaded application form from the website not supported by the required documents and not accompanied by a demand draft of Rs. 500/-(for General & other category except SC/ST Category) and Rs.300/- (for SC/ST Category) will not be entertained.

A short list of M. Phil./ Ph.D. candidates to be interviewed will be announced on July 6, 2009. The Interviews will be held on July 8, 2009 at 10 a.m.

Sale and Receipt of forms : Monday through Friday, Department office (Room no. 30, First Floor),from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Last date of submission 19th June, 2009

Demand Draft required

Rs. 500/-(for General & non SC/ST Category)
and Rs.300/- (for SC/ST Category) for M.A, M.Phil & Ph.D. Entrance Examination in favour of “The Registrar, University of Delhi” Payable at Delhi.

Date of Entrance Test Saturday, 27th June 2009 at 10.00 a.m. Reporting time 9.00 a.m.

Date of M.Phil/Ph.D. Interviews 8 July, 2009 at 10.00 a.m.


Department Office 27666395, 2766-7725 Extn. 1535 27666534-35 Extn.130
Fax : 91-11-2766-7159
Website :

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M. Tech. course on “Chemical Synthesis and Process Technologies" 2009 - University of Delhi


Department of Chemistry invites applications for admission to its three-year M. Tech. course on “Chemical Synthesis and Process Technologies” For the academic year 2009-10

Application form can be had from the office of the Head, Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi on all working days between 10.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. on cash payment of Rs. 200/-

For Obtaining Application Form by Post : On remitting a crossed Bank Draft of Rs. 200/- in favour of the Registrar, University of Delhi, payable at State Bank of India Service Branch, New Delhi (Code no.7687). A self addressed envelope of size (25cms x 17cms) with postage stamps worth Rs. 27/- attached should also be enclosed with the request to be addressed as indicated above. Draft must be purchased only from the branches of State Bank of India.

Important Dates:

Last Date for Receipt of Completed Application : 30.05.2009
Eligibility Conditions are available at D.U. website
First List of Selected Candidates: 8th July 2009 ( 4:00 p.m.)
Final List of Selected Candidates: 11th July 2009 ( 4:00 p.m.)

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Admission to M.A. in Social Work for 2009-2011, DU



Admission to M.A. in Social Work for 2009-2011

The Department of Social Work, University of Delhi
announces admission to M.A. in Social Work for the academic session 2009-2011. The Department of Social Work is one of the oldest and premier institutions in India offering a two year post graduate degree in Social Work. This post-graduate course is primarily designed for those who seek opportunities in the field of social welfare and development practice.

Eligibility: The minimum eligibility for admission to the course is 50 percent marks in the Bachelor’s Degree Examination (10+2+3). Five percent relaxation shall be provided for the candidates belonging to SC/ST/PWD categories. Candidates awaiting their final year examination result can also apply.

Selection Procedure: Those satisfying eligibility requirements will be assessed for selection through a two-stage process involving: (a) Written Test and (b) Group Discussion and Personal Interview. The admission test will be held on 29th June, 2009 at Delhi. The new academic session shall commence from July 17, 2009.

Admission Bulletin along with application forms shall be available from 20th May 2009 and may be obtained from the Department of Social Work against a cash payment of Rs.400/- (Rs.250/- for SC/ST candidates) at Department counter or by post or by downloading the form from website along with a demand draft of Rs.450/- (Rs.300/- in case of SC/ST candidates) drawn in favour of Registrar, University of Delhi, payable at Delhi. Last date for receipt of completed applications at the Department by hand or by post is June 25th, 2009.

For further information, please contact 011-27667881 or 27667147 or E-mail at

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M.A. Philosophy Admission 2009 - University of Delhi

DELHI-110 007

Admission Notice 2009 To M.A. Philosophy

Applications for admission to M.Phil Programme 2009-10 are invited on the prescribed form from eligible candidates who have secured a minimum of 55% marks in the M.A. Philosophy (Examination). The forms will be available from 6th July 2009 to 24th July 2009 in the Department of Philosophy, Room No.11, Arts Faculty, University of Delhi, Delhi-110 007.

The last date for submission of applications is 24th July 2009.

The Entrance Test will be held on 28th July 2009 at 10.00 a.m. in the Department of Philosophy, Arts Faculty, University of Delhi, Delhi-110 007. The successful candidates will be interviewed on 30th July 2009 at 10.00 a.m. in the office of the Head of the Department

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Admission Notice 2009-10 - Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya

Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya (GGU)
(A Central University Established by Central University Act 2009)
KONI, BILASPUR (C.G.) 495009


Applications in prescribed format are invited from eligible candidates for admission through Vishwavidyalaya Entrance Test (VET) to various courses in the following subjects for the academic session 2009-10.

a. 05 Years Integrated UG/PG Programme with exit option on completion of 03 Years UG Programme : Biotechnology , Rural Technology , Electronics, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Sc., Chemistry*, Zoology* , Botany*, Home Sc*. Political Sc., Economics , History , Hindi ,English ,Anthropology (B.A./B.Sc), Sanskrit* , Psychology*, Sociology*, Journalism &Mass Communication , Library Sc., Commerce

Under -Graduate Programme: Education (B.Ed.), Pharmacy (B.Pharm), Forestry (B.Sc.) Physical Education (B.P.Ed.)

b. Post Graduate Courses:

M.A. courses in-Anthropology (M.A./M.Sc.), Economics, English, Hindi, History, Public Administration. Psychology*, Sanskrit*, Sociology*, Lib.Sc (M.Lib.I.Sc.) Journalism (M.M.C.J), Social Work (M.S.W.) Education (M.Ed.)*, Physical Education (M.P.Ed.), Commerce (M.Com.).

M.Sc. courses in - Biotechnology, Forestry, Rural Technology, Information Technology, Physics, Electronics, Mathematics, Botany*, Zoology*, Chemistry* , Home Sc*, M.C.A.

Integrated M.Phil./Ph.D. Programme with exit option on completion of 01 Year M.Phil Programme:
Social Anthropology/Social Work, Commerce, Economics, Education, English, Hindi, History, Mathematics, Political Science, Physics.

c. Diploma/P.G. Diploma Courses: Diploma in Pharmacy, P.G. Diploma in Extension Education & Social Work, Diploma in Fashion Designing

d. B.E., M.B.A. and M.Pharm:
Admission to these courses shall be through AIEEE, MAT and GATE Score, respectively. The details are in the admission brochure.

(*) likely to start.

Admission to all above mentioned courses shall be made on basis of Vishwavidyalaya Entrance Test (VET).Minimum Eligibility for each course and application form for VET are provided in the admission brochure that can be obtained in person on payment of Rs.400/-(Rs.200/- for SC/ST candidates) through challan deposited in Punjab National Bank situated at University Campus. It can also be downloaded from University website. However, downloaded forms will be accepted only when accompanied with a DD of Rs.400/-(Rs.200/- for SC/ST candidates) in favor of the Registrar, Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya, payable at Bilaspur (C.G.).

Candidates appearing in the qualifying examinations are also eligible to apply. However, the candidate must produce the final result/ mark sheet of qualifying examination at the time of admission. The University reserves the right not to run a course if the required number of applicants are not available. Reservations to various categories shall be as per Govt. of India rules.

Important Dates: Form will be available from: 18-05-2009;

last date of receipt of completed form to the office of the Deputy Registrar (UTD) by hand or by post on or before 19-06-2009;

Date of Entrance Examination

27-06-2009 Integrated Courses, Under Graduate .Diploma /P.G. Diploma;

28-06-2009 All P.G. and Integrated M.Phil. /Ph.D Programmes.

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M.E./M.Tech (PTPG) Admissions 2009-2010 & M.E. (Civil) Construction Engineering & Management (CEM) - Osmania University

Osmania University, Hyderabad-500 007


Applications are invited for admission to the following Post Graduate Courses in Engineering for the academic year 2009-2010

Part–Time Post Graduate Courses (6 - Semester) in Engineering offered by Centre for Continuing Engineering Education Programme (CEEP).

1. M.E (Civil) (a) Structural Engineering (15 seats)
(b)Hydromechanics and Water Management (15 seats)

2. M.E. (Electrical) (a) Industrial Drives & Control (15 seats)
(b) Power Systems (15 seats)

3. M.E (ECE) (a) Digital Systems Engineering (15 seats)
(b) Systems & Signal Processing (15 seats)

4. M.E (Mech.)
(a) Production Engineering (15 seats)
(b) Automation and Robotics (15 seats)

5. M.Tech. (CSE) (a) Computer Science & Engineering (30 seats)

II Full Time (4- Semester) Sponsored Post Graduate Programme offered by Civil Engineering Department.

1. M.E (Civil) Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) (15 seats)

B.E./B.Tech. or its equivalent in the relevant subject with minimum 2 years experience as on 30.06.2009. For M.Tech. (CSE), the candidates with B.E./B.Tech. in any branch of Engg., Master’s Degree in Physics, Statistics, Mathematics or Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Geo-Physics, M.Sc. (Comp. Sc.), Computer Applications, Electronics are also eligible. For specialization in Systems & Signal Processing of M.E. (ECE) course, candidates with B.E. degree in EEE and BME are also eligible. Further details are available on official website

Application form containing full particulars, can be downloaded from the college website or University website The printout must be taken on a good quality inkjet printer / Laser printer, using A4 size paper only. Registration fee and other particulars are given in Annexure-I on website. Candidates seeking admission to part time courses in more than one Department are required to apply separately for each Department. Candidates seeking admission to full time M.E.(Civil) CEM course are required to apply on separate application form.

Admissions to all part time courses and full time sponsored course will be made on the basis of performance at the Entrance Test to be conducted by the University.

Candidates have to submit Application Forms along with the registration fee of Rs. 800/- (D.D. drawn in favour of “The Director, CEEP - Admissions, OU” payable at Hyderabad) in the Office of the Principal, University College of Engineering, Osmania University, Hyderabad-7

Last date of submission of filled in Application Forms
: June15, 2009, 1700 hrs

Last date of submission of filled in Application Forms with late fee of Rs.500/- in cash : June 22, 2009, 1700 hrs

Dates of Entrance Tests:
July 11 & 12, 2009 (Saturday & Sunday)

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Post M.Sc. Diploma in Radiological Physics and Post Graduate Diploma Courses In Healthcare - Osmania University




Applications are invited from eligible candidates for admission into the following courses for the academic year 2009 -2010

I. Post M.Sc. Diploma in Radiological Physics: This course is offered at Department of Physics, O.U., in collaboration with MNJ Institute of Oncology & Regional Cancer Center and Indo–American Cancer Centre, Hyderabad.

Eligibility: Candidates who have passed or appeared in final year of M.Sc. in Physics / Medical Physics / Nuclear Physics or an equivalent course with at least 40% marks are eligible.

II. Post Graduate Diploma Courses In Healthcare: The courses are 1) Physician Assistant 2) Medical Informatics 3) Health Insurance and Billing and 4) Emergency Medical Care.

Eligibility: The candidates who have passed or appeared in final year exam of a bachelor degree with at least one Life Science subject are eligible for courses 1 & 4, whereas graduates in all disciplines (except Oriental languages) are eligible for courses 2 & 3. The above courses are offered by Osmania University in collaboration with the following recognized Hospitals located in Hyderabad and Secunderabad: 1. CARE Institute of Medical Sciences, 2. Global Hospitals, 3. Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences, 4. Mediciti Hospitals, 5. Medwin Hospitals, 6. Shadan Medical Institute of Medical Sciences, and 7. Yashoda Hospitals

The application forms for above courses along with the information brochure can be obtained from the Directorate of Admissions, Osmania University on payment of Rs 400/- (which includes registration fee) through a Demand Draft drawn in favour of “the Director, Directorate of Admissions, O.U., Hyderabad”. The application form alongwith information brochure can also be downloaded from the University web-site: and submit the same with a demand draft for Rs. 400/- drawn in favour of The Director, Directorate of Admissions, O.U. The candidates are advised to submit the filled in applications, either in person or by post, to the Director, Directorate of Admissions, O.U., on or before 15-06-2009 by 4.00 p.m.

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Five year Integrated P.G. Programmes 2009 - Osmania University


Common Entrance Test & Admission Notification – 2009

Five year Integrated P.G. Programmes

(Offered by Osmania, Telangana, Mahatma Gandhi & Palamuru Universities)

Applications are invited from eligible candidates for admission into Five Year Integrated P.G. Programmes: M.Sc. in Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, M.A. in Applied Economics and M.B.A. offered during the academic year 2009-2010.

Eligibility: Candidates who have passed 10+2 (Intermediate or equivalent) as recognized by Board of Intermediate Education, AP with a minimum of 50% marks (a pass mark is sufficient for SC / ST candidates). For further details, candidates are advised to refer the information brochure which will be supplied along with the application form.

The application form along with the information brochure can be obtained from i) Osmania University Press, Hyderabad ii) Nizam College, Basheerbagh, Hyderabad iii) The Registrar, Telangana University, Dichpally, Nizamabad iv) The Principal, University College, M.G. University, Panagal, Nalgonda and v) The Registrar, Palamuru University, Opp. Police Head Quarters, Ayyappa Complex, Mahabubnagar on payment of Rs.250/- payable through Demand Draft, Drawn in favour of “ the Director, Directorate of Admissions, O.U.,” from 20-05-2009. Candidates can also obtain the application form by post from the Director, Osmania University Press, Hyderabad – 500 007 by sending a Demand Draft for Rs. 250/- in favour of the Director, Osmania University Press alongwith a self-addressed envelope (size 10” x 14”) with postal stamps worth Rs.52 /- affixed. Submission of Application Form: Candidates are advised to submit filled in applications, either in person or by post, to the
Director, Directorate of Admissions, O.U, Hyderabad.

The last date for submitting the applications without late fee: 12-06-2009 and with a late fee of Rs.100/- : 18-06-2009.

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