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The upper age limit for admission to UG courses will be 21(twenty one) years as on 1st July 2019.However, a relaxation of 5 years is permitted for Physically Handicapped as per G.O.Ms.No239, S.W dated 3-9-93.However SC/ST/BC/MBC/DNC candidates and women candidates may be allowed the age relaxation of 3 years beyond 21 years for the admission into U.G. Courses.
Attested Photocopies of the following should be enclosed along with the filled in Application submitted:
Qualifying Examination Mark Sheet (HSC or Equivalent)
Community Certificate (where ever applicable)
Certificate of proof when admission is sought under some Special Quota/Concessions-like Physically Handicapped/ Sports Quota/ NCC/
Eligibility certificate for student from other States/ Universities.
Cost of Application form for UG courses is Rs.100/- (Rupees Hundred only) + Two only) for registration and for PG courses is Rs.150/- Applications can be obtained from the college office.
The admission shall be made purely on the basis of merit in subject to the rule of reservation of the Government of Tamil Nadu. 31% for open Competition (OC).
20% for Most Backward Classes (MBC) and Denotified Communities (DNC) . 30% for Backward Classes (BC) within this 3.5% for Muslims In the 18% for Scheduled Castes (SC), 3% of seats offered to Aranthathiyars (within the seats reserved for S.C) 1% for Scheduled Tribes (S.T.).
Admission is subject to verification of marks certificate by the Director of Government Examinations competent authority. If the mark certificate is found to be bogus , admission will be cancelled and criminal action will also be taken.
3% of seats in UG courses and 2% of seats in PG courses as per Government order must be reserved under Sports Quota for student who have represented at the District Level / Divisional Level and above . Relevant certificates should be produced. One seat in UG courses and 1 seat in PG. courses reserved for NCC cadet of outstanding merit with “c” certificate holders. (G.O.354, Higher Education (D1) dept. dated 8.7.1997).
For admission to Post Graduate courses (PG) a candidate must have passed the 3 years degree courses (under the 10+2+3 pattern) recognized by the University as equivalent there to.
For admission to all PG courses other than MBA and MCA, the qualifying examination marks in part III (Major, Allied/ Ancillary) alone shall be taken into consideration.
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