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South Asian University admission: Application for admission starts with 4 new courses in South Asian University – Application for admission starts with 4 new courses in South Asian University, the university runs with the cooperation of 8 countries, Education News

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South Asian University has started the admission process for the new academic session 2024-25. University President Prof. KK Aggarwal announced this by releasing the admission booklet in the Foreign Correspondents Club on Thursday. The university is going to start four new courses this year. For admission related information, candidates can visit the university website sau.int. The last date of application is 31 March. Pro. Aggarwal told that from this session four new programs – B.Tech, B.Tech M.Tech Dual Degree, M.Tech and Integrated M.Sc. M.Tech are going to be started in the Department of Computer Science. Presently courses in Economics, Biotechnology, Computer Science, International Relations, Legal Studies, Mathematics and Social Sciences are being offered at undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD level.

He told that admission in this university is given on the basis of entrance examination. These examinations will be conducted on April 20 and 21 at designated examination centers in South Asian countries. Classes will start from July 29. He told that due to visa, students from Pakistan and Afghanistan are facing difficulty in coming. It is our endeavor to conduct classes online also. He told that there is a provision for direct admission on some PhD seats.

The university runs with the cooperation of eight countries
South Asian University is run with the cooperation of eight SAARC countries, in which India provides the maximum funding. In this, 50 percent seats are available for students from India. Four percent seats each remain vacant for Afghanistan, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. There are 10 percent students from Pakistan and Bangladesh. 10 percent seats are reserved for students from outside SAARC countries.

At present about 600 students from these countries are studying here. There are plans to increase it to 5,000. Currently there are only five schools, there are plans to increase it to 13 schools.