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The Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL) on Tuesday, 8th May, 2012 announced the launch of an online application facility for admissions to first year degree courses at about nine universities spread across the state. Students can use this facility through a dedicated portal: www.ugpgadmission.com. After registering on the website, a student can fill up the admission form through online, take a print and submit it to the college concerned. This facility will be an optional choice for students apart from the regular process wherein a student can approach a college, get the form and submit it.
Vivek Sawant, managing director of MKCL, said that nine universities have partnered for the online process. These include, Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada university (Aurangabad ), Mumbai university (Mumbai), North Maharashtra university (Jalgaon), Rashtrsant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur university (Nagpur), Sant Gadgebaba Amravati university (Amravati), Solapur university (Solapur), SNDT women’s university (Mumbai), Shivaji university (Kolhapur) and Gondwana university (Gadchiroli). Sawant said, Information about the various courses run by about 3,000 colleges affiliated to these universities has been uploaded on the site. A student can easily secure information of any particular course run by affiliated colleges for the academic year 2012-13.The system will eliminate multiple visits to every college to secure information of courses and admission forms. Besides, it will assist the students in making appropriate choice of subjects and thereby help in restricting errors in the application forms. The students will receive an SMS after completion of the process of uploading of forms. Accessibility to the site is also available at the MKCLs MS-CIT centres. Sawant further said that the website has provided multiple choice options wherein a student can apply at more than one college. About 3 lakh students are expected to avail of this facility. Students will be able to access the information on the site from May 21 onwards, a few days ahead of declaration of standard XII results.
Courtesy: Times of India
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