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VIT entrance examinations

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Results of VITEEE 2006 to be published on April 23

VELLORE: A total of 87,120 candidates comprising 68,063 boys and 19,057 girls will appear for the Vellore Institute of Technology (Deemed University) Engineering Entrance Examinations 2006 in 107 centres located in 31 cities and towns throughout India on April 16 for the1,300 seats in its undergraduate courses.

G. Viswanathan, VIT Chancellor said that the largest number of candidates is from New Delhi (10,716), followed by 7,701 from Lucknow and 7,414 from Hyderabad.

State-wise, the largest number of candidates is from Andhra Pradesh (13,169), followed by 12,806 from Uttar Pradesh, 9,813 from Bihar, 8,608 from Tamil Nadu and 5,093 from Jharkand. James Jebaseelan, Admission Officer, VIT said that the results of VITEEE 2006 will be published on April 23 at the following websites: www.vit.ac.in, www.chennaionline.com, www.southindia.com, www.indiaresults.com and www.globalinfowings.com.

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