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Admissions for PD courses at DTE begin

The Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) at Porvorim has begun accepting applications for admissions to professional degree courses since Thursday.

20th May 2017, 07:21 Hrs


PORVORIM:
The DTE received around 800 applications for various categories on the first day itself and there are 1960 seats to various professional degree courses, comprising 1300 seats (BE), 150 seats (MBBS), 40 seats (BDS), 50 seats (Homeopathy), 60 seats (Ayurveda), 40 seats (B Arch), 120 seats (B Pharm), 100 seats (B Sc Nursing) and 100 seats (Paramedical courses).   
Speaking to The Goan, Dy Director (CAD) of DTE Pradip Kusnur said the process of accepting applications will continue till May 26.  TGN

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