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Chandigarh » Education

Posted at: Jan 12, 2017, 2:12 AM; last updated: Jan 12, 2017, 2:12 AM (IST)

UBS online admissions open from tomorrow

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, January 11

The University Business School (UBS), Panjab University, will start online registration of candidates for admission to MBA programmes (MBA, MBA-IB, MBA-HR) for the session 2017-18 from January 13 to March 6. In a communication, the UBS Department has advised the candidates to visit the department’s website, http://ubsadmissions.puchd.ac.in, for information about eligibility criteria, online registration, application form, admission schedule, fee and Handbook of Information.

Online registration starts from January 13 and the last date of submission of information on the website to generate the bank challan will be February 13. The last date of submission of fee in any branch of the State Bank of India (SBI) using website generated challan will be February 20 and the last date for uploading photograph, signature with rest of the information on the website after depositing fee in SBI will be February 27. The last date for submission of hard copy of the applications to the UBS office of UBS is March 6.


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