Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University CET 2012 Notification


Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University has notified that the University will conduct the common entrance test (CET) for academic session 2012-2013 as per the schedule mentioned in the notification. The online submission dates for IPU CET 2012 will be notified shortly.

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Important dates for IPU CET 2012

Code Program Name Last Date CET Date CET Time Result
101 MBA 20/02/2012 04/03/2012 10.30-01.00 13/03/2012
103 MBBS Stage I 16/04/2012 12/05/2012 02.00-05.00 22/05/2012
105 MCA / MCA (SE) 16/04/2012 12/05/2012 10.30-01.00 22/05/2012
106 Master Of Mass Communication 16/04/2012 13/05/2012 10.30-01.00 22/05/2012
107 MPT 16/04/2012 13/05/2012 10.30-01.00 22/05/2012
108 MOT 16/04/2012 13/05/2012 10.30-01.00 22/05/2012
109 MPO 16/04/2012 13/05/2012 10.30-01.00 22/05/2012
110 MPH (FE) 16/04/2012 13/05/2012 10.30-01.00 22/05/2012
111 MSC (EM) 16/04/2012 13/05/2012 02.00-04.30 22/05/2012
112 LLM 16/04/2012 13/05/2012 02.00-04.30 22/05/2012
113 MA (Eng & Comm.) 16/04/2012 19/05/2012 10.30-01.00 29/05/2012
114 BCA 16/04/2012 19/05/2012 10.30-01.00 29/05/2012
115 B.Sc (H) Nursing 16/04/2012 19/05/2012 02.00-04.30 29/05/2012
116 LE To B.Pharma (Diploma) 16/04/2012 19/05/2012 02.00-04.30 29/05/2012
117 MBA (SEM) 16/04/2012 19/05/2012 02.00-04.30 29/05/2012
118 MA / MSC (Criminology) 16/04/2012 19/05/2012 02.00-04.30 29/05/2012
119 MSC (Foresnic Sc.) 16/04/2012 19/05/2012 02.00-04.30 29/05/2012
120 M.Ed 16/04/2012 19/05/2012 02.00-04.30 29/05/2012
121 BA LLB/ BBA LLB 16/04/2012 20/05/2012 10.30-01.00 05/06/2012
122 B.Ed 16/04/2012 20/05/2012 02.00-04.30 05/06/2012
123 M.Sc (Bio & Conv) 16/04/2012 20/05/2012 02.00-04.30 05/06/2012
124 BHMS/BAMS/B.Pharma / BPT / BOT / BPO / B.Sc(MLT) / BASLP 16/04/2012 20/05/2012 02.00-04.30 05/06/2012
125 BBA 16/04/2012 26/05/2012 10.30-01.00 05/06/2012
128 LE To B.Tech (Diploma) 16/04/2012 26/05/2012 02.00-04.30 05/06/2012
129 LE To B.Tech (B.Sc. Grads.) 16/04/2012 26/05/2012 02.00-04.30 05/06/2012
126 BJMC 16/04/2012 27/05/2012 10.30-01.00 12/06/2012
130 B.Tech (Bio Tech) 16/04/2012 27/05/2012 02.00-04.30 12/06/2012
131 B.Tech 16/04/2012 02/06/2012 02.00-04.30 12/06/2012
127 BHMCT 16/04/2012 03/06/2012 10.30-01.00 12/06/2012

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  1. hi..m deepika i want to know i have 144 rank in cet code 116 please tell me councelling date in ipu reply as soon nd i want to know eligibily of 10+2 in ipu for SC/ST.

  2. sir i have got 3601 as my rank in cet code 121 so i want to know about the counselling dates and whether i am able to get a good college or not………


  4. SIR,IF I CLEAR MY NATA and AIEEE WITH CET … then m i eligible for my admission at I.P on B.ARCH…as i have maths as a compulsory subject wth commerce ..

  5. I want to do MCA in GGSIPU. Will you please let me know about the course fees, test centers and all other details regarding MCA in GGSIPU? I’ll be thankful.

    • hi, if you are MCA Aspirant and willing to pursue from GGSIP then you hve to appear an entrance test which is conducted by the university.the crteria to appear in the test is a bachelor degrre in any discipline with 50 % aggreate having studied mathematics at 10+2 level. there are various insitute which offer MCA Course including govt. and self finanace under GGSIP. the fees sructure is nearly 38000 per annum for govt.funded insttute and the fees structure offered by self finanace institute is around 58000 per i hope that i provide the required information to your complete satisfaction.So all the best.

  6. The first ever single window national entrance test
    for MBBS and postgraduate admissions in the
    country looks all set to be a reality next year after
    the Centre’s attempt to defer it by a year got shot
    down by Supreme Court on Friday.
    The Court found no reason to entertain requests put
    forth by Union Health Ministry and Medical Council of
    India (MCI) to defer the National Eligibility-cum-
    Entrance Test (NEET) for under-graduate and
    postgraduate courses (also common entrance test (CET
    for MBBS courses) to 2012-13 citing practical problems. Both the Centre and MCI were heard before the Court
    had passed an order giving the green signal for NEET. Seeing the Centre’s flip-flop, the bench of Justices HL
    Dattu and CK Prasad refused to be dragged into the
    controversy. It said, “We will not be a party to
    postponement of these regulations…You better start
    preparations to implement it from 2012-13. We will
    not allow you to postpone.” The Ministry’s application read as follows: “The
    conduct of Under Graduate National Eligibility-cum-
    Entrance Test (UG-NEET) is a Herculean task which
    requires great deal of preparation and for paucity of
    time it is practically impossible to resolve the issues
    raised by various State Governments and hold the UG- NEET in 2012.” The application cited the various objections raised by
    States, for instance, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa
    willing to join the national test from 2013-14, Andhra
    Pradesh seeking an exemption of two years, Kerala
    demanding its reservation policies to be kept intact,
    Assam disputing with criteria for minimum marks, West Bengal for inclusion of Bengali language as a
    medium for conduct of the said examination and
    Puducherry wanting exemption from the NEET. The bench dismissed the Centre’s demand and allowed
    MCI to withdraw its application. However, the option
    of rescinding the guidelines for NEET is still open as the
    Government could still by issuing a notification
    withdraw its decision to hold a common test to enable
    lakhs of medical aspirants to apply for medical seats across the country through a single window test
    instead of appearing for 26 exams. Through the NEET,
    admissions to 15 per cent all India quota and 85 per
    cent state quota seats in MBBS courses. Earlier, the difference of views within the Government
    on this issue was evident in the SC last week when
    opposed to Health Ministry application, the Central
    Bureau of Secondary Education (CBSE) filed an
    application seeking permission to conduct the test
    from next academic year.

  7. Apex court declines order on national
    medical entrance test

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court Friday declined to pass an order on the central
    government’s plea seeking amendment of
    the Medical Council of India’s December
    2010 notification to hold a National
    Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for
    undergraduate medical courses from academic year 2013-14 instead of
    2012-13. Apparently not pleased with the latest
    position of the central government, a
    bench of Justice H.L. Dattu and Justice C.K.
    Prasad said: “We don’t want to be party to
    any such decision. First you notify the rules
    for common entrance tests and then you don’t want to implement it.” As Additional Solicitor General Harin Rawal
    and MCI’s senior counsel Amarandra
    Sharan sought more time to switch to a
    common entrance test, Justice Dattu said:
    “It is for you to conduct the NEET or not
    conduct it, it is not for us.” “Orders are passed at your convenience.
    Draft regulations had already been filed.
    Now you say you will not do it in 2012-13.
    This court will not be a party to the
    postponement.” While allowing the government to take
    any executive action it wanted to take, the
    court said: “You do whatever you want,
    we will not be party to it.” The court’s response came when Rawal
    drew the court’s attention to the divergent
    positions taken by several state
    governments for agreeing to participate in
    NEET for under graduate medical course
    involving MBBS and BDS. The additional solicitor general withdrew
    the central government’s application after
    the court made it candidly clear that it was
    not going to pass any order. Despite the rebuke by the Court, it was
    evident that central government would
    delay the holding of NEET for MBBS and
    BDS courses by academic year 2013-14. Its application said that the chief ministers
    of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra
    Pradesh and Assam have sought to be
    exempted from the NEET for 2012 as the
    students of their states would require
    some more time to switch over to the new system and get fully acquinted with the
    syllabus prescribed by the MCI. The court was told that Maharashtra,
    Gujarat and Goa has shown readiness for
    the NEET from the academic year 2013-14
    where as Andhra Pradesh is inclined to
    join the NEET but has sought exemption
    for two years. Kerala, the application said, has shown its
    willingness to join NEET with a rider that
    “all its reservation policies in admission to
    medical courses may be allowed to be
    followed.” On the other hand, Assam has expressed
    reservation in respect of the minimum
    eligibility marks as provided under the
    NEET and said that it should be “allowed to
    add grace marks in order to ensure that
    adequate number of students from the state are selected for seats earmarked for
    the state in medical colleges”. However, West Bengal has expressed
    preference to continue with a joint
    entrance examination board for all the
    colleges in the state, but would be ready
    to join the NEET for undergraduate medical
    courses if it was assured that Bengali language would be one of the media for
    the examination.

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