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Tag: Caf

Odisha Govt Releases Guidelines, Timeline For Second Phase +3 Admissions

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government on Monday issued guidelines for the much-awaited second phase admissions in degree colleges (+3 First Year) for the session 2020-21. As per the latest notification issued by the Higher Education Department, the Common Application Form (CAF) will be available on the website www.samsodisha.gov.in– froom December 23 (11:00 AM). The last date […]

Odisha Plus II Admission: Application process commences today

Bhubaneswar: The process for admission into Plus II courses in higher secondary schools in the State will begin from today. Students can apply for admission either through offline or online mode. While last date for online application is June 20, for offline mode it is June 21. Students can apply for admission through the common […]

Students get another chance for admission into Plus III

Bhubaneswar: In a big relief to ‘slide-up’ students or those not able to take admission into Plus III courses, Odisha government today issued a fresh notification on extending dates of admission. Students who had slid-up to higher option but not taken admission during the scheduled period will be allowed to take admission in the higher […]

Income certificate not mandatory for Plus II admission

Bhubaneswar: Income certificate is not mandatory while submitting the common application form (CAF) said officials of the e-admission department. While registration for Plus II admissions began today across the state, some college authorities had allegedly denied to accept the forms of applicants who did not submit the income certificates. The head of e-admission department for […]

Plus II admission: Application forms from May 23

The Common Application Form (CAF) for admission into Plus II courses in all junior colleges of Odisha for the 2016-17 academic session will be available online on www.dheodisha.gov.in from May 23, said a notification issued by the Department of Higher Education on Wednesday