Periyar University has released hall tickets for the PRIDE 2019 exam. Candidates can download the hall tickets using their registration number and date of birth from the official website of Periyar University. PRIDE is held annually for selecting candidates for admission to UG degree, UG certificate, PG degree, MBA, MCA, MSc (IT), PG Diploma Programme, BLIS, MLIS and UG Diploma courses through distance mode. The University established a directorate for distance education namely Periyar Institute of Distance Education (PRIDE). The PRIDE started functioning from the year 2001 - 2002. It offers various undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Candidates who took the UG, PG exam can check for result updates on the official website of the University at periyaruniversity.ac.in. The result will be hosted on the portal and candidates may have to login using their roll number and date of birth. As per reports the results for the exams held in November is expected today after 3 pm. As of now, the official website has results of the exam held in April.
How to download UG, PG results and PRIDE hall tickets?
Step one: Go to official Periyar University website: www.periyaruniversity.ac.in.
Step two: Click on the hall ticket/ result link.
Step three: Enter your registration number and date of birth.
Step four: Submit and download your hall ticket/ result
Step five: Take a printout of the hall ticket
Last year, the PRIDE exam was held in February and the results were announced in June.
This year the University has proposed new courses in UG/ PG programmes for the academic year 2019-2020. The varsity had asked respective colleges to apply for-- M. Sc Computer Science (Data Analytics), B. Com(Security Marketing Practices), B. Com (Financial Marketing Analytics) and B. Sc-Mathematics (Actuarial Science) courses.
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