MGU CAP 2019 admission schedule released for PG programmes

MGU CAP 2019 admission schedule released for PG programmes
Parul Thapa | May 7, 2019 - 10:08 a.m. IST
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New Delhi, May 7: Mahatma Gandhi University has released the MGU CAP 2019 admission notification for PG programmes. The candidates who wish to seek postgraduate courses in the university will be able to have access to the information brochure in an online mode. The university will be opening the online window of registration and filling the MGU CAP application form on May 10. The procedure for filling the application form of MGU CAP will be continued only till May 25, 2 PM. The registration window will be available soon on the official website of the university.

The admission will be done based on the merit lists that will be released by the university on June 4, followed by the second and third merit lists releasing on June 12 and June 18 respectively.

The candidates applying for MGU CAP 2019 PG programmes need to have passed 10+2+3 pattern with one core or main subjects and two complementary or subsidiary subjects from any of the universities situated in Kerala or any of the other being recognized by Mahatma Gandhi University as equivalent.

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MGU CAP 2019 Important Dates

Events

Dates

Online application forms and prospectus

May 10

Online registration

May 10

Last date to fill the application form

May 25 (till 2pm)

First allotment

June 04

Remittance of fee due to University and reporting for admission in colleges

Facility for option modification (re-arrangement & deletion only)

Second allotment

June 12

Remittance of fee due to University and reporting for admission in colleges

Facility for option modification (re-arrangement & deletion only)

Third Allotment

June 18


MGU CAP 2019 Trial Allotment

The university will be introducing the trial allotment for the candidates who wish to seek UG and PG programmes in the university. The trial allotment includes the mock process of the whole MGU CAP admission where the candidates will get a basic idea of how the whole admission process is being functioned. The candidates must keep in mind that this trial process will only be there for the sake of practising and knowledge, and it will not guarantee the candidate’s admission in the university.

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