RONO HILLS, July 6: The most sought-after admission process, the RGUCET-2024 began in six entrance centres of the Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) on Saturday.

The entrance exam is being conducted with piousness and it has attracted students from across the nation giving it a true pan India character.

Expressing satisfaction on the progress of the RGUCET-2024, RGU vice-chancellor Prof Saket Kushwaha said that RGU being one of the top performing universities in the region is maintaining a class of its own by conducting such successful entrances in a time bound manner.

He also expressed elation at the fact that even places like Bomdila and Tezu were made centres for catering to the needs of students from far-off places, despite few of them opting from these places.

Registrar Dr NT Rikam, after visiting the examination venue at Rono Hills campus, expressed his happiness that the examination time slots were maintained as per prescribed schedule in all the centres and proper frisking ascertained through the observers from RGU.

University’s joint registrar Dr David Pertin after visiting some entrance halls, briefed about the progress of the entrance exam.

He disclosed that 1568 candidates out of 1908 candidates have appeared their examinations today in four programmes namely; MA in Defense and Strategic Studies, LLB, MA in Sociology and Post Graduate Diploma in Functional Hindi, spread over three sessions in all the six RGUCET centres.

RGUPET & RGUCET Central Coordination Committee chairman Prof SK Patnaik, informed that, the first day of the RGUCET started off well with 82.18% attendance despite inclement weather conditions.