1. FILL IN THE "ONLINE APPLICATION FORM": After reading the instructions carefully, fill in the online application form and submit it. Check the "ADMISSION CRITERIA" for the course of your choice to ensure that you are eligible for the course. On completing your submission the system will generate a printable version of the filled in application form (pdf file) and a printable challan (pdf file, 1 page). Although you can retrieve these files later, we recommend that you download both files.
2. PAY THE PROCESSING FEE: Take a print out of the challan, carry it to the College Office and pay the processing fee. The College will return a receipt against this payment (a part of the challan, stamped and signed by the College Official). Please retain this receipt until the end of the admission process.
3. CHECK THE "MERIT LIST": The merit list will be published on the college website. Check the merit list to see whether you have qualified.
4. GET ENROLLED: If you get a seat in a course of your choice for the session, get yourself enrolled by paying the "ADMISSION FEE".
5. Documents Required : If you have qualified in the merit list, present yourself at the college on the appropriate Date for your chosen stream/subject with the following documents:
- Hard Copy (printout) of the submitted application form, duly signed by you and your guardian
- One passport sized photograph pasted on the application form in the appropriate box provided there.
- All Mark-sheets and Certificates in original along with duly attested Photocopies
- Documents in support of caste (for SC/ST candidates) or physical disability (for person with disability) etc.
- The bank challan, duly signed and stamped by the bank on receipt of your processing fee.
- A Character Certificate from the institution last attended.
Please note the following:
- If you have not studied and cleared a language, either at the HS/Equivalent (Class 12) level or at the Madhyamik/Equivalent (Class 10) level, then you are not eligible to choose that language as your compulsory additional language at Graduation Level.
- If you have studied a subject at the HS/Equivalent level but were unable to clear it, you are not eligible to choose that subject for an UG degree course. However, if you have not studied the subject at the HS/Equivalent level at all, you may opt for the subject.
- In preparing the merit list the college shall take into account the four highest scores (including Theory and Practical marks, where applicable) at the HS/Equivalent level excluding Environmental Studies. Equal weightage will be given to all subjects irrespective of the `full marks' in the subject when calculating the percentage contribution of the subject. In addition to the above procedure there are subject specific constraints (usually some minimal marks that a candidate must secure in one or more subjects) that will be taken into account when preparing the merit list. The details can be found in `Admission Criteria' furnished above.