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CHENNAI, AUG. 6. The Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University will conduct counselling for admission to B.V.Sc (Bachelor of Veterinary Science) and B.F.Sc (Bachelor of Fisheries Science) degree courses for the academic year 2004-05 on August 18 and 19.
The programme will be held on the Madras Veterinary College campus at Vepery here. Counselling for admissions to B.V.Sc (academic and vocational streams) will be held from 9 a.m. on August 18 and for B.F.Sc (both streams) from 9 a.m. on August 19. Counselling for candidates belonging to the reservation categories, for both the courses, will be held from 2.30 p.m. on August 19, according to a university release.
Candidates with the following cut-off marks or above have been intimated by post. However, other eligible candidates having the specified cut-off marks can also attend the counselling session, bringing with them required documents even if they have not received the call letters. They should register themselves on the specified date and time.
The cut-off marks and the number of candidates (in brackets) called for counselling are:
B.V.Sc (academic): OC-289.75 (217); BC-285.51 (102); MBC-283.20 (73); SC-269.12 (113); and ST-240.69 (10).
B.V.Sc (HSC vocational): OC-262.67 (4); BC-255.65 (3); MBC-261.16 (2); and SC-257.03 (2).
B.F.Sc (HSC academic): OC-282 (48); BC-273.36 (24); MBC-264.53 (24); and SC-250.69 (30).
B.F.Sc (HSC vocational): OC-181.64 (2).
The list of eligible candidates called for the counselling under the general pool and special categories has been displayed at the Office of the Chairman, Admission Committee (UG), Madras Veterinary College, Vepery. The counselling and rank list is also available on the university web site: tanuvas.org.
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