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Admission Notice M.S.Ramaiah University Invites Application for Admission to M.Tech/M.Des 2016
M.S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences (MSRUAS), Bangalore invites applications for admission to 3 years part time Master of Technology (M.Tech) and Master of Design (M.Des) programs for the commencing session 2016.
M.Tech Program: Candidates must have passed BE/B.Tech or equivalent examination approved by AICTE in appropriate discipline with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA. The candidate belonging to SC/ST category will get a relaxation in the qualifying marks as per government notification.
M.Design Program: Candidates must have passed bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Technology, Design, Architecture, Fine Arts, Science or Allied disciplines related to Industrial Product Design with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent CGPA. The candidate belonging to SC/ST category will get a relaxation in the qualifying marks as per government notification.
How to Apply
Candidates can apply online of the Institute
Candidates can also download the application form. Filled up forms to be sent to “Director – Admissions, M. S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, University House, Gnanagangothri Campus, New BEL Road, MSR Nagar, Bangalore – 560054”.
For M.Tech Program: Selection is based on Postgraduate Common Entrance Test (PGCET) conducted by Govt. of Karnataka. The students aspiring for admission under University quota are required to appear Uni-GAUGE examination conducted on all India basis and submit Uni-GUAGE score card along with the admission application. Students with valid GATE score can also apply.
For M.Design Program: Students can seek admission directly with the University as University doesn’t hold any entrance examination for this program.
Last date for registration: Saturday, April 09, 2016.
For more information visit the website of the Institute
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