Pune University First Year Engineering Results 2010 - 2011 Out Now

University of Pune, one of the premier universities in India, is positioned in the North-western part of Pune city. It occupies an area of about 411 acres. It was established on 10th February, 1948 under the Poona University Act. The university houses 46 academic departments. It is popularly known as the 'Oxford of the East'. It has about 118 recognized research institutes and 269 affiliated colleges offering graduate and under-graduate courses.

www.unipune.ac.in/ today i.e 12th March as per their announcement Pune University has been released First Year Engineering results 2010 - 2011 for FE course. Pune University Engineering results 2011 for FE Course exam has available online at their official website . Students who had appeared University of Pune Engg Exam in 2010 -2011 , they can be download and check out their result online . You can get download their Pune University results 2010 -2011, candidates are advised just enter their roll no .

Click here for Download Pune University Engg Results 2011

Click here for Download Pune University Engg Results 2011

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itsabhiz said...

International Publisher Pearson Education bring first year engineering books for Pune University -session 2011

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· Lots of Solved and unsolved examples and solved precious years question papers

· Easy To Understand- The books cover the explanation, illustrations and exercise in an easy to read and understand format. It will help students to learn the topic thoroughly and its implications.