PTVA-EDUCEUM COURSE DETAILS

Declaration of Result F.Y. / S.Y. B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com / BMS / B.Sc IT / BMM Sem I and III ATKT examination April-2021
Link for Online Examination - 2021
Balance Admission Fees for FY SY TY BA BCOM BSC MA MSC
Balance Admission Fees for FY SY TY BMS B.Sc.IT BAMMC MSc IT MACJ
Time Table for TY B.A. / B.Com. / B.Sc. /B.Sc.I.T/B.M.S./B.M.M Sem V Repeater Examination April-2021
Time Table for TY B.A. / B.Com. / B.Sc. /B.Sc.I.T/B.M.S./B.M.M Sem VI Regular and Repeater Examination April-2021
S.Y.J.C. Arts / Commerce / Science / HSVC Balance Admission Fees
FREESHIP SCHOLARSHIP FORM 2020-2021
Important Instructions for Online Examination December 2020
Guidelines for students appearing for MCQ
Mentor Mentee Scheme For FYBA/BCom/BSc/IT/BMS/BAMMC Students

Post Graduate Courses

M. A. (Buddhist Studies):
Graduate from any University recognized by UGC (UG/Gen/104 of 1989). The course has four semesters and is a credit base course. Students are expected to complete assignments or take tests as prescribed by University from time to time. This course is in a true sense an inter disciplinary course dealing with Buddhism and its importance in international relations in Ancient Period. Economy Role of Buddhism in modern society, Buddhist Philosophy, Act and Archaeology. Upon completion of course students can take up research or teaching. In addition to this students can take up government services. (Intake Capacity-60)

M. A. (Hindi):
Graduate from any University recognized by UGC (UG/Gen/104 of 1989). The course has four semesters and is a credit base course. Students are expected to complete assignments or take tests as prescribed by University from time to time. The course prepares students towards advanced appreciation of Hindi literature. Upon completion of course students can take up research or teaching in addition to these careers students can take up journalism, advertising and government services. (Intake Capacity – 60)

M.A.C.J.:
Graduate in Communication & Journalism from any University recognized by UGC (UG/GEN/104 of 1989). The course has four semesters and is a credit base course. Students are expected to complete assignments or take tests as prescribed by University from time to time. Upon completion of course students can take up production and/or research in chemical and pharmaceutical industries, teaching and government services. (Intake Capacity – 60)

M. Sc. (Botany):
Graduate in Botany from any University recognized by UGC (UG/GEN/104 of 1989). The course has four semesters and is a credit base course. Students are expected to complete assignments or take tests as prescribed by University from time to time. Upon completion of course students can take up research or teaching and industry consultant, and government services. (Intake Capacity-10)

M. Sc. (Chemistry):
Graduate in Chemistry from any University recognized by UGC (UG/GEN/104 of 1989). The course has four semesters and is a credit base course. Students are expected to complete assignments or take tests as prescribed by University from time to time. Upon completion of course students can take up production and/or research in chemical and pharmaceutical industries, teaching and government services. (Intake Capacity-10)

M. Sc. (Information Technology): Graduate in Information Technology from any University recognized by UGC (UG/GEN/104 of 1989). The course has four semesters and is a credit base course. Students are expected to complete assignments or take tests as prescribed by University from time to time. Upon completion of course students can take up production and/or research in chemical and pharmaceutical industries, teaching and government services. (Intake Capacity-40)