SPPU Admit Card 2020 Released Online, Entrance Test Starts September 28, Details Here

Shahid Baig Shahid Baig
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The Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) Maharashtra, has finally released the date of examination for the postgraduate and integrated-postgraduate entrance tests for admission to the university. 

SPPU has scheduled the online entrance tests starting from September 28 to September 30, 2020, between 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. The university has issued the admit cards at the official SPPU website ( for the entrance tests.

Applicants can first login at the university website with the registered IDs “from a convenient location and at a suitable time for the examination” and appear for the entrance test for admission to the university.

Check: SPPU Admission 2020

Earlier, Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) Pune has announced that it is preparing to conduct final year examinations across colleges for over 2,00,000 students. 

Final year examinations of SPPU will be conducted across 700+ colleges affiliated with it, along with more than 230 recognized institutes and 70+ institutes governed by the university. Read More

SPPU Admit Card 2020: Steps to Download

Follow these steps to download the SPPU Admit Card for entrance tests:

  1. Visit the university official website
  2. Click on the specific link for PG Admission 2020-21
  3. Insert your login credentials
  4. Submit and access the entrance exam admit cards. Take the printout of the same for future references.

Check:Complete Exam Schedule for SPPU Entrance Test 2020

The university has given permission to the candidates to appear for mock tests and to learn how to access the online remote-proctored test. 

The mock tests will be conducted from September 21 to September 26. As per the university entrance exam dates, the result of the admission tests is decided to be declared by October 3 and the merit and waiting list are scheduled between October 10 and October 15.

While the admission process for the next year has also begun, SPPU has launched a proctored test method for its various departments. As a result, mock tests are organised to help students get acquainted with virtual exam mode.

Uttam Chavan, Deputy Registrar, PG Admission, said, "In order to get acquainted with the procedure, students may take the mock tests before entering the actual exams." Read More

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