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Friday, May 6, 2011

VIT University Vellore MSc Admission Dates Application Form

VIT University Vellore Admission

MSc (pharmaceutical chemistry)
MSc (Chemistry)
MSc (Electronics)
MSc [Applied Microbiology, bio medical genetics, Biotechnology]
MSc (Computer Science)
MSc (Manufacturing Engineering Technology)
MSc (Software Technology)

·          Candidates should have graduated with a full-time degree from any recognised University with a minimum of 50% marks.
·          Candidates appearing for their final degree exam/final semester exam in the current year are also eligible to apply.
B. Sc. Degree from any recognized university with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science or Applied Science. Other equivalent educational background may be considered.

How To Apply:
NO ENTRANCE EXAMINATION. Application form can be obtained by sending a DD for Rs.500/- drawn in favour of “VIT University”, payable at Vellore, to the Admission Officer with a letter containing full address of the applicant OR By handing over a DD for Rs.500/- in person at VIT University, Vellore or at Chennai Administrative Office.

VIT University, Vellore
Formarly Vellore Institute of Technology 
Tamil Nadu 

VIT University, commonly called Vellore Institute of Technology or VIT, is located in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India. VIT has nine schools[3] which offer 15 undergraduate and 30 postgraduate programs with an emphasis on engineering and technology and 13 research centers in disciplines like Rapid Prototyping, Manufacturing, Product Design, Energy, Biomedical Research, Information Technology, Nanotechnology.
The university follows an entrance exam based system VIT of admission. A yearly entrance exam, Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam (VITEEE), is conducted around April. The admissions from this exam are decided based on merit. Another entrance exam, Vellore Institute of Technology Masters' Entrance Exam (VITMEE), is conducted for admissions to the Masters' programs. For entrance into Business Management programmes, the results of the nation-wide Common Admission Test (CAT) and other equivalent tests are considered.

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