Online admission in three govt colleges

FPJ BureauUpdated: Sunday, June 02, 2019, 09:00 AM IST
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OUR STAFF REPORTER Indore SOON, admission in government colleges would be a click away as the state government has decided to make admission process online.

While the government colleges across the state would adopt the online admission pr

ocess from next academic session, three colleges here would take the lead with implementing the new system from coming session.

alt147 Online admission will be conducted at Government Holkar Science College, Government New Science College and Old GDC from session 2011- 12,alt148 Indore division additional director ( higher education) Dr Narendra Dhakad said.

We are implementing the new system phase- wise. In the first phase, three colleges out of eight here would adopt the online admission system. In the second phase ( ie next session), the rest colleges would also make their admission process online.

Dr Dhakad said that it is expected that all the 333 government colleges in the state would adopt the new admission system from academic session 2012- 13.

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