The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) invites applications for admission into various courses for the ensuing academic year 2011-2012.

Last Updated: 2011-03-10T03:26:20+05:30

GGSIPU Invites Applications

The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) invites applications for admission into the ensuing academic year 2011-2012. Also, the University has announced its three new programmes and admission reforms. The university's application forms went on sale from March 1, 2011. In total there are more than 20,000 seats available in various courses. The university released three brochures for admission to professional programmes (Admission Brochure I); engineering and BArch (Admission Brochure II) and PG medical programmes (Admission Brochure IV).

At a press conference, DK Bandyopadhyay, vice chancellor, said that the university, from this academic session, is going to start three new courses - MBA (hospitality management), MBA (financial market) and BBA (financial market). He also added that the MBA in financial market and BBA in financial market programmes would be launched in association with the National Stock Exchange. Moreover, Bandyopadhyay informed that aspirants can submit the CET 2011 application form and the fee at

In addition, this year, admissions to around 85 programmes will be through 48 common entrance tests (CETs) for seats in 11 schools of the university and in 103 affiliated institutes. GGSIPU is going to hold the CETs for four of its most sought-after programmes MBA, MBBS, BTech and MCA in Delhi, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Bhopal, Jalandhar, Nagpur, Shimla, Muradabaad, Hisar and Dehradun. The test for other courses will be held only in Delhi.

The application forms are made available at 44 designated branches of Indian Bank, 22 in Delhi and 22 outside. The last date for the submission of the filled-in-applications for most of the programmes is April 25, 2011. For details, contact GGSIPU campus, Sector 16C, Dwarka 110 075 Ph: 011 25302170, GSIPU/login.aspx

In addition, Bandyopadhyay while elaborating on the changes in the process, said, as a part of the examination reforms carried out by the university, they have decided that the applicant is required to fill the admission form in his own handwriting, which would be crosschecked at various stages of the admission process. He also added to maintain transparency in the admission process, the students will be required to paste a bigger colour photograph with white background. He emphasized that candidates must go through the brochures thoroughly before filling the forms.

- By Madiha Wasi
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