Common Entrance Test (CET) for Indian Students launched by Vistula University
CET (Common Entrance Test) has been launched by Vistula University in India for Indian students with cooperation of Indian partner universities. By launching CET Vistula University is taking initiative to provide a platform for interested Indian student’s to come to Poland for their higher education at different level of studies – Bachelor/Master/PhDs etc., at interested Polish (EU) universities/ Institutes/ Faculties.
By launching this program- Vistula University will conduct CET for Indian students every year on 31th August. CET is going to be conducted as online examination at 5 different centres in India at entail stage- 1). Noorul Islam University, Thuckaly, Kanyakumari District, Tamilnadu 2).Baharti Vidyapeeth Institute of Management and Research (BVIMR), New Delhi 3). Chanakya National Law University, Patna 4). ASM Group of Institutions, Pune 5). BVP’s New Law College, Pune. Student’s obtaining highest marks under CET will be eligible to get admission and secure their place at Vistula university and partner university’s in Europe.
Vistula University’s representative Adv. Pradeep Kumar- Director, Indo-European Centre (IEEF), has signed MOUs with Indian partner universities during his visit to India at Noorul Islam University for an International Conference on “Control Instrumentation Communication and Computational Technologies” July 10 & 11, 2014 (ICCICCT-2014), and launched CET program with Noorul Islam University, Tamilnadu, India. Noorul Islam University is also going to establish main centre for Indo-European Center’s office in India as branch office of Indo-European Center, Vistula University, Warsaw, Poland; from where all academic and administrative operational work can be conducted towards Indian-Polish (EU) cooperation.
Adv. Pradeep Kumar mentioned during his talk that by launching CET in India for Indian students will bring interest among student’s to choose Poland (EU) as academic destination, and universities from Poland (EU) can be assure to get quality of Indian students joining their academic programs.