Admission to PG Diploma in Post Harvest & Food Technology (PHFT) for the academic year 2021-22

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Applications are invited for Post-Graduate Diploma in Post Harvest and Food Technology (PHFT) for the academic year 2021-22 from candidates meeting the minimum eligibility criteria.

  1. Eligibility to Apply
  2. Important Dates
  3. How to Apply
  4. Admission & Course Fee
  5. Special Note

Eligibility to Apply

Both male and female candidates having any of the following degree are eligible to apply.

  1. BSc (Hons.) / BSc General in any branches with 50% marks, OR
  2. BSc (Hons.) / BSc General in Agriculture with 50% marks, OR
  3. B.Tech with 50% marks.

The applicant must have science stream in Higher Secondary level. Minimum % marks requirement would be relaxed for reserved categories as per the government rules. Students who are appearing or have appeared in the final year/semester exam and whose results are awaited may also apply.

NOTE: Mere fulfilment of minimal criteria does not ensure shortlisting of candidates to be called for interview.

Important Dates

IMPORTANT NOTE: All dates are tentative and are subject to change depending on the COVID pandemic restrictions. Please check this Web Page regularly for any updates.

  • 30 September (Thursday) : Last Date to pay admission Fee to get admitted

Fee Structure

Fees structure is given on the page: Academic Fees Structure

NOTE: Expenses for the field-work related activities would be borne by the students separately as and when applicable during the programme.

Certificates to be submitted at the time of Admission

  1. Migration certificate from the Board/University in which candidate last studied.
  2. Medical/Health certificate from registered medical practitioner.
  3. Conduct certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended.

Special Note

  • Candidates after taking admission failing to attend the classes within the seven days of the beginning of the session (30 September 2021) without the explicit permission from the authorities will run the risk of forfeiting their admission.
  • Admission will be cancelled if the student does not produce his/her final semester/year mark sheets/certificate of BSc within 10 days of publication of the results by the respective university.
  • No hostel facility is available at present. However the students will be helped by the university to get the ‘paying guest’ facility in the vicinity of the university campus.

You may like to contact someone for advice and counsel

We would be glad to answer any queries or advice and counsel the applicants regarding the course or application/admissions.

Office: 033-2477 2020 and 033-2971 1624
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