ANUPGCET: date extended

Acharya Nagarjuna University

The last date for submission of application forms for Post Graduate Common Entrance Test of Acharya Nagarjuna University has been extended till 9th April, 2016, according to a release by Director of Admissions, ANU, M. Rami Reddy.

The last date has been extended in view of the delay in announcing the results of degree examinations.
Applicants can submit the applications with a late fine of Rs. 500 till 16th April and with a Tatkal fee of Rs.1,000 on or before 22nd April. For more details, candidates can log on to www.anudoa.in or contact 94402-58822, 94402-58811, 0863-2346138, 0863-2346171.
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