Aug 12, 2016

UPES Admissions 2016: Apply before August 17

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UPES Admissions 2016: Apply before August 17

The University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES), Dehradun will accepting the admission application from eligible and interested candidates for the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) programme offered in Digital Arts for academic session 2016-2017. Candidates can apply before the 17th August.

 

 

Educational qualification:

Candidates must have acquired class 12th from a recognized examination board.

Selection procedure:

The Candidates will be select on the basis of UPES Design Aptitude Test (UPES-DAT) followed by personal interview.

How to apply:

The candidates can apply online mode as well as offline mode:

Online:

The eligible candidates can apply through the official website

Offline:

Candidates can submit the application form along with required documents to “University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Enrolment Office, 210, 2nd Floor, Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase III, New Delhi 110020” through a proper medium so as to reach before the last date of application.

Application fee:

Application Fees: - Rs 1,850 needs to be paid by the candidates for the registration procedure

Candidates can make the payment through demand draft, drawn in favour of "UPES Fee Account", payable at New Delhi.

Important dates:

Last date to apply: 17th August

UPESMET exam date: 19th August

For any query, the candidates can visit the official website.

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