The admission to all Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes of the college is governed by Mahatma Gandhi University Regulations and those the University will notify every year a uniform time schedule for admission to the various programmes.
Admission to all UG/PG programmes is through Centralized Allotment Process (CAP)and that process is entirely based on merit. Details of seats which are filled up through the Centralized Allotment Process and seats which are directly filled up by our College are as follows:
Open quota seats, SC/ST seats in aided streams and 50% of the total seats including seats reserved for SC/ST and SEBC in unaided programmes are filled through CAP. 20% of the remaining 50% is reserved for SC/ST students. 20 percent of the remaining is reserved as Management quota and the final 10% is for the Nampoothiri community which runs the College and these seats are filled up by the College directly. Under Management quota, the merit list for admission is prepared giving proper weight-age to the social, economic and geographical profile of the applicants. The merit list for admission under community quota is prepared by considering the marks secured by the applicant for the qualifying exam.
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Out of the open merit seats, 2 seats for a UG programme and 1 seat for every 20 PG seats are reserved for students with outstanding achievements in sports. Apart from this, 1 seat for every UG programme and 1 seat for every 20 PG seats are reserved for those with outstanding achievements in cultural activities. Another 3 percent of this open merit seats is reserved for differently able persons. Over and above all these, an additional seat shall be created above the sanctioned strength for each UG and PG conventional Programmes exclusively for the purpose of accommodating students sponsored by the Union Territory of Lakshadweep. In preparing the merit list for admissions under management quota, socio-economic status of applicants are also considered. For unaided programmes 50% of the seats come under open merit which will be filled from CAP and 50% under management quota, which is filled in the same manner as for aided courses. Lists prepared according to the above norms are displayed on the College notice boards and uploaded on the College website.
After the publication of rank list, an interview is conducted during which the student is counselled on his/her choice of programme and the student is also given a clear idea of what is expected of him/her in the campus as far as character, conduct and academic performance is concerned. If the interview is successful, he is asked to pay the prescribed fees and the student is admitted to the College. The detailed prospectus can be accessed on this link: