The Conducting Authority of the GGSIPU CET BBA 2020 Entrance Examination have declared to postpone the entrance examination to 20th-30th May 2020. This is done in the general interest of the aspirants keeping in mind the widespread lockdown issued by the Government of India in order to prevent the COVID-19 Epidemic. The Conducting Authority i.e. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University has also extended the last date of application which was 31st March 2020 to 17th April 2020. The entrance exam was scheduled for 25th April to 3rd May 2020. Its very important for the students to check the details of the new Schedule issued by the conducting authority in order to avoid any kind of future hassle. The aspirants who will clear the entrance exam will the valid cut-off marks will be only eligible for the admission into BBA Course in Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. All candidates, are advised to visit the GGSIPU official website i.e. www.ipu.ac.in for further updates.
|Last date to fill application form||17th April 2020||30th March 2020|
|Correction Window||18th -20th April 2020||1st-3rd April 2020|
|Admit card ||10th May 2020||3rd week of My 2020|
|GGSIPU CET BBA 2020|
20th-30th May 2020
|25th April - 3rd May 2020|
Reason For Revised GGSIPU Dates
According to the brochure released by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), the major reason for reshuffling the admission dates is the COVID 19 coronavirus epidemic. The decision has been taken to ensure the safety of students as well as the staff associated with GGSIPU. As of now, CET 2020 exam will be held between May 20-May 30. All candidates, students and staff are advised to visit the GGSIPU official website i.e. www.ipu.ac.in for further updates.
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