Self-financing scheme for Indian degrees

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The High Commission of India yesterday announced the extension of the last date to receive applications from eligible Sri Lankan students (excluding PIO, OCI Card holders and NRIs) seeking admission to a range of undergraduate courses.

These courses include MBBS, BDS, BE, B.Tech, B.Pharm and B.Arch under the Self Financing Scheme for the academic year 2020-21. The candidates who wish to apply for MBBS/BDS courses will have to obtain minimum of Marks at 50th percentile in NEET exam which will be conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) on 13 September. 

B.Arch aspirants are required to pass the aptitude test as prescribed by the Council of Architecture, New Delhi. A copy of NEET mark sheet has to be submitted as and when it is obtained by the candidate.

The interested candidates are requested to fill-up the application forms available at the Education Wing of the High Commission of India, Colombo-03, on any working day between 2-4 pm, on producing their  G.C.E. “O/L, A/L” certificates of Sri Lanka (issued by the Department of Examination, Battaramulla) or G.C.E. “O/L, A/L” certificates London, and birth certificate.