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Posted at: Jul 13, 2015, 2:08 AM; last updated: Jul 13, 2015, 1:38 AM (IST)PU NOTES

University anthropologist gets fellowship

PU senior assistant professor of the Department of Anthropology Dr Kewal Krishan has been elected as a fellow of the Prestigious Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) of Great Britain and Ireland in the elections held on June 11 in London. Dr Krishan got this award in recognition of his contribution to the advancement of scientific methods in forensic anthropology. This scientific advancement is reflected in his 113 publications in reputed journals and encyclopedia.

Trials for sports category students from July 15

The sports trials of students who have applied under reserved category of sports in the various departments of Panjab University as well as Regional Centres of PU, will be held on the university grounds (near Basketball Courts) from July 15 to 18. All the applicants can check their current status of application form on the notice board of the Directorate of Sports on the PU website ( The applicants can contact the Directorate of Sports, PU, for any query or rectification.

English Dept extends last date for fee submission

In a meeting held in the Department of English and Cultural Studies, Panjab University, the date for submission of fees for selected candidates for MA Semester-I has been extended to July 13 till 2 pm and for the candidates in the waiting list, the fee will be taken on July 14, 2015.

484 appear for PULEET

As many as 484 candidates appeared for Panjab University Lateral Entry Entrance Test (PULEET)-2015 for admission to the Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology and SSGPURC Hoshiarpur, Punjab. PU Controller of Examination Prof Parvinder Singh informed that 92.54 per cent students .i.e. 484 students out of 523 appeared for the entrance test. — TNS


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