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    Admisson procedure in M.Phil. from Dayalbagh Univerisity

    Hello Sir,

    I'm Rashi I want to know about the admission procedure in MPhil in Dayalbagh University. I have completed M.Sc Physics with 71% this year from Agra University so I want to take admission in M.Phil from Dayalbagh University. Please provide the information regarding this.





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    Re: Admisson procedure in M.Phil. from Dayalbagh Univerisity

    Dayalbagh University does provide M.Phil course in Theology, Education and Dual Mode. However Dual Mode is for the students of Dayalbagh who are pursuing Masters course there. So you are eligible only for the Theology or the Education course. There will be two semesters as part of the course. A total of 10 seats are available for the course. The admission procedure normally starts from 25th May. You need to make sure the form reaches them before the due date in June. The minimum marks required is at least 55%. Since you have over 70% you are eligible to apply. You can collect the form from the Registrar office or online. Make sure to attach a DD of Rs. 270/- payable to the institute.




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    Re: Admisson procedure in M.Phil. from Dayalbagh Univerisity

    Dayalbagh University is one of the most well known deemed University. It offers M.Phil courses in Education, Theology and Dual Mode. The Dual Mode is only open for students who are currently ongoing for a Masters course in the University. You are eligible to apply for both Theology and Education programs in M.Phil at Dayalbagh Deemed University. Each of these courses will have 2 separate semesters as its part. A total of 10 seats are available for each courses. Candidates can apply for the program during May. Candidates have to fill up the form and make sure it reaches the university on or before the due date, which falls in June. As to be eligible for the course, candidates need to have more than 55 % of marks. As you have more than 70 % you are definitely eligible. The application form can be collected from the University Office or from Online. The application must be sent along with a DD of Rs. 270/-.

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    Re: Admisson procedure in M.Phil. from Dayalbagh Univerisity

    may be this link might help you to know about the admission details : http://www.dei.ac.in/Admissions/DEI-Applying.htm

    all the best

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    Re: Admisson procedure in M.Phil. from Dayalbagh Univerisity

    it require 2years completed master degree course.for more info regarding admission in this university you can visit this website:: http://www.dei.ac.in/Admissions/DEI-Applying.htm

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    Re: Admisson procedure in M.Phil. from Dayalbagh Univerisity

    The all over details are in your mentioned university official website having. There is only possible to getting the updates of the current affairs.

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    Re: Admisson procedure in M.Phil. from Dayalbagh Univerisity

    Dayalbagh University is presently offering M.Phil courses in Education and Dual Mode.The minimum eligibility is 55% in post graduation.
    Forms are available for the same and can be downloaded from the official website or collected in hand.

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    Re: Admisson procedure in M.Phil. from Dayalbagh Univerisity

    i m ankita rawat alumni of dei (2006-07) now i want to get admission in M.PHIL.(ENGLISH)

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    Re: Admisson procedure in M.Phil. from Dayalbagh Univerisity

    hello sir , i m richa katheria, i completed msc biotechnology from agra university with 72 % in 2011. i want to do mtech from dayalbagh unversity. can i do it from this university???????

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