North East students to be the major gainers
Guwahati 5th January
Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh today organized a programme to launch January Batch Admissions in Punjab. Technical Education Minister, Punjab, Sh. Madan Mohan Mittal was the Chief Guest on the occasion while Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges presided over the function.
For January Batch Admissions, Minister launched the poster and toll-free helpline number i.e. 1800 30000 388 for the students. Interested students can give a missed call on the same to get more information about the admission criteria.
Mittal while launching the poster said that both the technical Universities i.e IKG-PTU, Jalandhar and MRS-PTU, Bathinda have already issued the notification regarding the January Batch admissions in Punjab. As per the new decision by both the Universities the students would be able to save their six valuable months, however, the course would be completed in the same duration as prescribed by AICTE.
Mittal further said that with this decision, the Universities have taken an initiative to make Punjab an Education Hub. In foreign Universities, there are already summer and winter sessions but in India, we have only July batch. IKG-PTU and MRS-PTU have taken good initiative by introducing January Batch for admission in Punjab also.
Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges said that this new scheme would help thousands of students of the region who could not take admission in July 2015 Batch due to any reason. Not only Punjab but the students of other states also especially HP, Haryana, JK and North East where no such opportunity is available, can also take benefit of this scheme.
Dr. Kataria added that under January 2016 batch students can take admission in various courses like B.Tech, Leet, MBA, BBA, BCA in Aryans till 18th January 2016.Students who are already admitted in 1st semester in other Colleges or Universities can also directly migrate in 2nd semester in Aryans.
He further said that admissions would be open only for few seats which remained vacant against the AICTE sanctioned intake in July 2015 Batch. Those students who couldn’t seek admission in July 2015 Batch due to any reason can now get admission in January 2016 batch. This would help result into saving of their precious 1 academic session and student needs not to wait for July-2016.