Planning to do PhD? MG University invites applications

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Applications for the PhD entrance examination of MG University have been invited for this year. Applications can be submitted on the website www.phd.mgu.ac.in from 10 am on Thursday till 5 pm on November 16. More details can be obtained from the University website.

Exam dates

The Information Processing and Retrieval (Practical) paper of the first semester MLISC (2016 Admission Supplementary - Departmental only) examination will be held on November 23 from 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm. There is no change in the test centre.

The fifth semester BA/BCom (CBCSS - supplementary for admissions before 2017, mercy chance for 2012, 2013 admissions - private registrations) examinations will be held from November 18 and the sixth semester BA/BCom (CBCSS - supplementary for admissions before 2017, mercy chance for 2012, 2013 admissions - private registrations) exams will start on November 30. The detailed timetable is available on the university’s website.

The affiliated colleges’ 10th semester BA-LLB five-year integrated (2015 admission - regular), BA-LLB five-year integrated (2012-2014 admission - supplementary), BA (Criminology), LLB (Honors) five-year integrated (2011 admission supplementary), BBA LLB five-year integrated (2015 admission regular), five-year integrated double degree BBA LLB (Honors - 2013, 2014 admission supplementary), BCom LLB five-year integrated (2015 admission regular), five- year integrated double degree BCom LLB (Honors - 2013, 2014 admission supplementary) examinations will begin on December 11.

Primary voter list

The process of holding elections to fill a vacancy in the university teachers' constituency in the senate of MG University has begun. The preliminary voter list will be published at the office and on the university's website on Thursday

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