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Candidates enrol online for TNAU courses

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A staff member of the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University guiding the candidates to fill the application forms for admission to undergraduate courses through online at TNAU in Coimbatore on Monday.- Photo: M. Periasamy
A staff member of the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University guiding the candidates to fill the application forms for admission to undergraduate courses through online at TNAU in Coimbatore on Monday.- Photo: M. Periasamy

As many as 1,760 candidates had enrolled at the end of day one of the opening of the online application procedure for admission to undergraduate courses of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU). Besides this, there were nearly 4,000 hits from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, the day the university introduced the online facility.

Since the application will not be complete without the Plus-Two marks, facility has been made for interested candidates to fill in whatever information they could and enrol themselves. They can edit details, and on receipt of marks on May 9, fill the rest, pay the application fee and submit the same. Application once submitted cannot be edited.

Challan for paying the application fee has to be downloaded and the receipt of fee should be attached to the filled-in form before submitting it to the Dean (Agriculture) and Chairman Admissions, TNAU, Coimbatore – 641003. Provision for paying the fee online will soon be activated.

Since it is the first time, TNAU has made available elaborate instructions on its website www.tnau.ac.in regarding the procedure involved in filling the form and downloading it.

There is also a helpdesk that will function from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday to clarify doubts regarding the application procedure. Candidates can call on 0422-6611345 / 6611346.

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