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can a puc supplementary pass out student apply for bsc in agriculture in agricultural quota and when does the admission takes place
see if you have completed and pass the supplementary exam before the commencement date of bsc agriculture admission process then you are definitely eligible to apply. see all of the exam or application process has starting and ending day, however once the application time over you can not apply for it.
hope you may understand.
can a puc supplementary pass out student apply for this course with agricultural quota
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