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4th July 2016, 01:26 AM
negi555s
 
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Whether Graduation Degree of 2 different universities is valid for competitive exams?


Hi Friends,
I have completed my Graduation first year from BHU about 15 years ago. After a long time say about 7 years ago, I took admission in second year through Pune University and completed my Graduation the very next year. As first year from one university and second & third year from other university, is this Graduation Degree valid for competitive exams? Please guide me as I am in confusion.

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5th July 2016, 12:29 AM
shweta 1411
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Default Re: Whether Graduation Degree of 2 different universities is valid for competitive exams?

You have to pursue graduation from starting. You can not do this as first year from other and rest from some other university. And this is valid every where.
Graduation is a three year course and it can be pursued at a time. There is no any provision like that what you have asked.
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6th July 2016, 12:15 AM
ajayrocks007
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Default Re: Whether Graduation Degree of 2 different universities is valid for competitive exams?

If degree is awarded by a recognized university then surely it will be valid for competitive exams. Just make sure that you have a degree from a UGC recognized university.
Normally, you have to show mark sheet of all three years during document verification. Hence, make sure you have mark sheets with degree.
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6th July 2016, 04:34 PM
Ishaquekhan
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Default Re: Whether Graduation Degree of 2 different universities is valid for competitive exams?

If you have completed your Graduation without having backlogs at present, then it is valid and you are eligible for competitive examinations as these competitive examinations require the minimum qualification of being a Graduate, since you have completed your Graduation, you can appear fore the entrance examinations.
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