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Adamas University Announces Results of AUWBEE-2016 Phase -I Exam
Adamas University Kolkata held West Bengal State Level Common Entrance Examination- 'Adamas University West Bengal Entrance Examination-2016' (AUWBEE-2016) Phase-I on May 15th, 2016 for admission in all courses offered by Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Commerce and Management of the university. The University authority has declared the results of Phase-I Entrance Examination.
The University has been established with the vision of providing quality education to students to help them become professionally competent as well as academically knowledgeable.Since its beginning, the university is constantly acting as a centre of excellence, drawing students from both India and abroad. High-quality relevant research facilities are one of core strengths of the university and also constant efforts are made to collaborate with the industries and educational institutions of repute within the country and abroad by way of collaborative projects, collaborative research, and faculty and student exchange programs. As the parent organisation, The RICE Group also contributes to shaping the destiny of the youth of West Bengal pursuing their studies in the Adamas University.
About 182 candidates have been able to qualify the written round of AUWBEE Phase-I Examination. The dates for the personal interview of all qualified candidates has also been announced by the university authority. All the qualified students are advised to keep visiting the official website of the university for any further update.AUWBEE Phase-II Examination also held on June 5th, 2016 and the results of this phase will be declared by the university very soon.
Source: Soutrik Das, City Journalist-Kolkata, CollegeDekho
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