Tamil Nadu Agricultural University Admit Cards 2014 online downloading details for UG & PG Admissions
The Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU) has been established in the year 1868 in Coimbatore. Originated from Agricultural School of Saidapet Chennai, the university has been in fore -front as a provider of higher education in agro technology fields. The university presently provides admission in 40 graduate programs, 13 under graduate degree programs and 26 doctoral programs respectively. To aid in the university education are the 11 attached colleges spread in about 8 campuses of university in Tamil Nadu. The university conducts its term end examinations for all the enrolled candidates in the month of May/ June and November/ December respectively.
The university publishes admit cards online for all the applicants under the Examinations Section of website. Currently, the university has released the online links for counseling held for newly admitted students and reappearance examinations conducted for enrolled candidates who somehow missed to appear in the main examinations of university. The main courses offered by the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University are available in the following disciplines: Plant Breeding and Genetics, Plant Molecular Biology, Natural Resource Management, Crop Management, Plant Protection Studies and Agriculture and Rural Development Studies respectively.
How to access Tamil Nadu Agricultural University Admit Cards?
-To access your TNAU Admit Cards online, candidates must log on to university website at tnau.ac.in.
-Check the “Admissions” page of website from the home page available at top menu bar to find the admit card links for university entrance exams.
-To download the TNAU Admit Cards for term end examinations, go to the Examinations/Controller of Examinations page of website.
-Use the Login Id and Password as provided at the time of registration for the concerned university exam to download admit cards online.
-Lastly, print your admit cards downloaded online in the manner specified.