The candidates, who
- (a) have passed state diploma examination in engineering of three years duration &
- (b) have served for a period of not less than one year as on 1 day of October, 2010 in an established engineering works/organization, located in the NCT of Delhi and contiguous industrial areas shall be eligible to appear in the entrance examination.
The bulletin of information containing details of the admission procedure, application form and syllabus of the entrance examination is available from B. Tech (part-time) office, room no. FW1 -FF4, electrical engineering department, W.E.F. 15.04.2010 on all working days (Monday to Saturday) between 2.00 pm to 7.00 pm on submission of crossed bank draft / pay order of rs. 750 issued from state bank of India only drawn in favour of ‘the coordinator b. Tech (evening) entrance examination-2010’ payable at Delhi.
Candidates desirous of obtaining the bulletin of information by post should send their request to the deputy coordinator (admin.), B. Tech. (part-time) office, room no. FW1-FF4, electrical engineering department, Delhi technological university (formerly Delhi college of engineering), Bawana road, Delhi-110042 enclosing therewith a self addressed envelope (25 cm x 18 cm) and a crossed bank draft/pay order for rs. 800/- from state bank of India only request for issue of the bulletin by post should reach the office on or before 29.04.2010. The last date of sale of application form at DTU in person is 17.05.2010 till 5.00 pm. The completed application form should reach the deputy coordinator (admin.) on or before 17.05.2010 latest by 7.00 pm either in person or by post Applications received after 17.05.2010 will not be considered, in any case and no mode of payment other than the one mentioned Above shall be entertained
|Sale of forms start||15.04.2010|
|:Last date for sale of forms||17.05.2010|
|Last date of receiving of completed forms||17.05.2010|
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