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Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 update: Vidyasagar University has issued a notification in connection with Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023.
According to the notification, Vidyasagar University has started receving applications for Diploma/Certificate Courses. The last date of application is January 31, 2023.

Eligible candidates are advised to check Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 notification download process mentioned below.

Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 notification: How to download online

Step 1: Visit the official website- www.vidyasagar.ac.in.

Step 2: Click on the Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 notification link.

Step 3: Download the Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 notification and keep it safe for future use.

Direct link to download Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 notification: Click here

Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 notification: FAQs

Is Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 notification available online?
Yes, Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 notification online on the official website.

What is the official website to download Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 notification?
The official website to download Vidyasagar University Diploma/Certificate Course Admission 2023 notification.

About Vidyasagar University

Vidyasagar University, named after one of the most illustrious sons of Bengal as well as one of the doyens of Indian Renaissance, Pandit Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar, has grown out of a long cultural and educational movement in West Bengal in general and in the undivided district of Midnapore in particular. The idea of founding a University in the district was mooted by the various organizations, notably by the Regional Education Association, Midnapore, headed by Professor A.K.Gayen of IIT, Kharagpur. The Ghani Committee appointed by the U.G.C. also suggested, among others, for the setting up of a University in Midnapore on the ground of its ‘having a compact area and a manageable number of colleges’ (at that time there were 36 colleges with an enrolment of about 42,000), and also of its ‘having the great advantage of co-operation of the IIT, Kharagpur. The Committee was also of the opinion that the new University would develop on the lines suited to the needs of this backward area.