Rank list by June 10, counselling on June 15

Over 11,500 students have logged on so far to apply for admissions into professional courses in the Union Territory through Centralised Admission Committee (CENTAC).

The issue of online applications for medical, engineering and other professional courses for the academic year 2014-2015 opened on May 9 and closed on Saturday.

Candidates from the Union Territory of Puducherry are eligible for seats in government colleges and seats allotted in self-financing colleges under government quota.

Candidates of other States are eligible only for select courses in government colleges but not for seats offered under government quota in self-financing colleges, through CENTAC, said the statement issued by the committee.

Submission of application forms was permitted only through online mode. But forms would be considered only on receipt of printout of the online entry along with attested copies of certificates, application fee in the form of demand draft or NEFT.

The printout must reach CENTAC before June 10 through courier or post.

Convener of CENTAC P. Jayakumar told The Hindu: “We will release the rank list by June 10 and plans are on to commence counselling on June 15.”

The CENTAC also announced the seat matrix in government institutions and government quota seats in self-financing colleges.

Jipmer entrance exam on June 8

Meanwhile, the Entrance Exam for 2014 will be conducted by Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (Jipmer) for admission to MBBS course for the academic year on June 8.

S. Mahadevan, Dean (Academics) of Jipmer told The Hindu: “In all, 93,395 candidates are taking up the exam which will be held in 36 cities for the admission to an aggregate of 150 seats.”

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