PPU opens enrollment for UG vocational courses

Patliputra University has started an online application process for admission to undergrad (UG) vocational courses . The first merit list will be announced on July 16 and is expected to be completed by July 27 .

Patna, Jan. 25: For the academic session 2022-25, Patliputra University (PPU) has started an online application process for admission to undergrad (UG) vocational courses at its constituent and government colleges in Patna and Nalanda districts.As these are career-oriented, vocational courses have, in recent years, been the most popular option among students, according to PPUs dean of students welfare (DSW), Prof A K Nag, launching online applications for various UG-level vocational courses such as bachelor in computer application (BCA), bachelor in business management (BBM), BSc in IT, bachelor in biotechnology, bachelor in library science, and others.The first merit list will be announced on July 16 and is expected to be completed by July 27.Validation of the admissions procedure final enrolment with proper paperwork for the first merit list will be done until July 30.

According to Prof Nag, the admissions validation process would be completed by August 13, while the third merit list will be announced on August 18.On August 29, the admissions process will be complete.According to PPU, the fourth round of admissions procedure will be held on the spot in those colleges where seats are still vacant after the publication of the third merit list, while the university will accept on-the-spot round admission applications on September 3, with the admissions process scheduled to begin on September 5 with validation of admission on September 7.The DSW announced that vocational course courses for general, BC I and BC II category students would begin on September 12 at all PPU colleges, with the application fee being Rs 750 each for general, BC I and BC II students, and Rs 400 for SCST students, according to the DSW.

According to him, reservation quotas will be strictly followed.