Ambedkar University Admissions 2022: Varsity Begins Admissions to UG Courses via CUET 2022 Scores
Applicants who participated in the CUET UG 2022 examination can now register online at the official website, which can be found at aud.ac.in.
Dr. BR Ambedkar University has started accepting students into the undergraduate programmes that will be provided by the associated institutions for the 2022–2023 academic year. Applicants who participated in the CUET UG 2022 examination can now register online at the official website, which can be found at aud.ac.in.
Because candidates’ chances of admission will be determined by their results on the CUET, those individuals who have already taken the undergraduate college entrance examinations can register online and should continue to check back on this site for more admissions-related information.
How to Apply for Admission to Ambedkar University:
Step 1: Visit the official website, which may be found at aud.ac.in.
Step 2: Once you have arrived at the homepage, navigate to the top menu and select the “admissions” option.
Step 3: Click on the “online application form” link.
Step 4: Enter your login information and fill up the form for undergraduate courses.
Step 5: After uploading all of the required documents, proceed to pay the application fees
Step 6: Submit the form and download a copy of it for use in the future.
The application form for the candidate’s preferred undergraduate programme is available for candidates to fill out until the 12th of October. Even though the first day of registration was on Monday, the varsity team has already received close to 800 registrations as of this point.
This academic year, the university is offering 17 courses as part of the CUET UG programme. These courses include Bachelor of Arts (Honours) programmes in History, Hindi, Psychology, Economics, Mathematics, English, Sociology, and Social Sciences and Humanities; Bachelor of Arts (BA) programmes in Global Studies, Social Sciences, Sustainable Urbanism, and Humanities, and Law and Politics; Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programmes and Bachelor of Vocational Studies (BVoc) programmes in Retail Management, Tourism & Hospitality, Early Childhood Care Management and Entrepreneurship, and Accounting and Finance.
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