Indore: 30K students apply for PG courses of DAVV

The registration figure will grow further as the last date for applying for CUET is July 4.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Tuesday, June 28, 2022, 01:28 AM IST
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Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Choosing DAVV as its preference, nearly 30,000 students have applied for the Common University Entrance Test (CUET), so far.

“According to information received from the National Testing Agency, a total of 29,836 students, so far, have registered for CUET, eyeing 18 programmes offered by DAVV,” said DAVV admission coordinator professor Kanhiya Ahuja.

The 18 courses include all the 17 two-year MBA programmes offered by DAVV. The registration figure will grow further as the last date for applying for CUET is July 4.

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A total of 72,213 students had registered for CUET giving preference for after-school courses run by DAVV.

If registrations of both are clubbed, total number of students showing interest in DAVV courses crosses one lakh.

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