Hyderabad, Sept.29 (Hydnow): The Directorate of Distance Education (DDE), Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) has extended the last date for registration in follow-on-courses of UG (batches of 2014 onwards) and PG ( batches of 2016 onwards) programs to October 10.
According to Prof. Mohd. Razaullah Khan, Director, DDE, the portal will remain open for follow-on admission into the second year and payment of the second-year program fee (irrespective of examination result). Students are hereby informed that if they fail to pay the second-year program fee during this period they shall not be allowed to appear in the 3rd/4th-semester upcoming examinations.
For detail please visit the website www.mannu.edu.in or contact Regional Centres, Sub-Regional Centres, and Learners Supports Centres. (Hydnow)
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