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Re-issuing the Degree Certificate( English Version) from Rajasthan University

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mittalpradeep.er

Hello,

My Degree Certificate ( English version ) is lost. Please help me to get the Degree Certificate re-issued if possible.

 

I see another issue here is .. I am from 2005 batch and that time the my college was affiliated to Rajasthan University Jaipur but in recent years the university has been changed to Rajasthan Technical University , Kota. This makes it more complex.

 

Need you expert advice on the same how to proceed in such scenario.

 

Thanks,

Pradeep

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It does not matter to which university your college is now affiliated and what was the position when you passed is the criteria.You need to approach your college with your request and they will advise you what further to do.There are prescribed forms for that also.

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