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Hyderabad University Admissions 2020, Last date for applying extended till June 30

2,546 seats offered by the university

The University of Hyderabad has recently released a notice on their official website which announced that the last date to apply for admission online in their university has been extended till June 30 due to the ongoing nationwide lockdown and the rapid spread of the virus in the country. The candidates who want to apply for admission in the university can read the notice by visiting uohyd.ac.in.

The last date to apply in the university has been shifter due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown, which has delayed the academic calendar by several months for almost all universities in India. This decision has only been taken for the academic year 2020-21.

The online application for its entrance exam had started on April 3, 2020. As per a notice issued earlier by the university, the last date to apply was May 22, but it was extended due to the extension of the lockdown for the third time amid the coronavirus outbreak.

2,546 seats offered by the university

The University of Hyderabad made the announcement of the extension of application process for admission via a notice released on its official website. The university conducts entrance exams for admission in various courses every year, but the process was delayed this year due to the current situation in the country.

The notice further states that the students who want to apply for the entrance exam should keep a regular check on the official website of the university for any new updates or information about the entrance dates and admission process.

All educational institutes have been shut down amid the nationwide lockdown till May 31, 2020. The admission processes and entrance exams for all educational institutes have been delayed and a lot of universities have been relying on online methods to conduct classes and exams during these uncertain times.

03 Jun 2020, 5:18 AM (GMT)

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