Admission


In admission to all programs, the college follows strictly the rules and regulations of the state government and the University made under the Direct Payment Terms. PG  and  UG admissions are carried out by the college as per rules in force.

Admission Regulations

i   Admission to the UG course is through ‘Central Ranking system’of the University. Each applicant must forward the application  online directly  to the University. The selected and waiting list of students will be forwarded to the college by the University. The students selected for admission must fill in the application of the college. For PG Admission, application must be placed in the prescribed format available in the college office on payment of Rs. 50/-

 

ii   The list of selected candidates and the date for personal interview with the Principal will be published on the college notice-board and an intimation card will be sent to the applicant. If the candidate fails to appear for interview at the time fixed, she will not be considered for admission under any circumstances. So check the notice-board for the date of interview.

 

iii  All selections are but provisional and will only be confirmed after scrutiny of the certificates and payment of the first instalment of fees.

 

iv  Documents (original) to be produced at the time of interview.

¨   Intimation Card

¨   Transfer Certificate

¨   Course & Conduct Certificate

¨   Pass Certificate (or marklist of the qualifying examination)

¨   Passport size photos (6)

¨   Migration certificate (for candidates from other Universities)

¨   Income Certificates for fee concession

¨   S.S.L.C. Book (for Verification and Return)

¨   Cast Certificate in case of SC, ST & OEC  (issued in the current year)

Norms of Admission

Eligibility norms issued by the University from time to time will be displayed on the college Notice Board, and followed strictly.

Please note:-

Use of Mobile Phones, and Ragging are prohibited in this institution as per G.O. Rt. No.346/05 dated 01.03.05 and Kerala    Ragging Prohibition Act 1998 respectively. This is an institution with zero tolerance for ragging and we are on hundred per cent committed to implementing the recommendations of the Raghavan Committee report as directed by the Supreme Court of India in its judgment dated 8 May 2009.

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