After the declaration of class XII results in the country, it is time that students take up the next step for pursuing higher education. The admission process has commenced in the universities and institutions. Annamalai University being one among them has witnessed as many as 7,651 aspirants applying for admissions to MBBS and BDS programmes in the University for the academic year 2014-15.
According to a release for the university, around 11,654 candidates have sought admissions to BSc (agriculture/horticulture) courses; as many as 2,545 candidates have applied for engineering courses and 947 for BPharm, BSc in nursing and bachelor of physiotherapy courses.
Three percent seats are reserved for differently abled candidates in the university. The merit list will be drawn on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the relevant subjects in higher secondary examination or other equivalent examinations. Students will be called for counseling in the order of merits, following the rule of reservation.