Procedure

Aided Courses

Under Graduate Courses

  • Admission to the First year B.A., B.Sc., B.Com. and B.B.A.  courses will be made by the Principal  on the basis of merit following the rules of reservation prescribed by the Govt. of Tamil Nadu.
  • Students should submit their applications duly completed in all respects with passport size photographs pasted on them,  at the registration counter in person as soon as the Higher Secondary Mark Statements are received.
  • If a student wishes to apply for more than one course, he should submit separate applications for each of the courses desired by him.
  • The last date for receipt of applications for registration will  be notified in the college notice board.
  • Applications for any particular course will be accepted after the prescribed last date, only if there are seats vacant in that course.
  • The list of students selected for provisional admission for each of the courses will be put up on the college notice board.
  • Separate interview / selection cards will also be sent by post.
  • Applicants selected for interview will have to meet the Principal immediately.
  • Parents / Guardians who take complete responsibility for the education of the applicants should also accompany them for the interview.
  • Applicants not accompanied by parents / guardians will not called for interview. 

Post Graduate Courses

  • The last date of receipt of applications for admission to the Post-graduate courses is 1st June.
  • Students need not wait till the publication of the results of the sixth semester examinations.
  • They can send their applications duly furnishing the marks obtained by them in the first five semesters.
  • There will be an entrance test for the candidates seeking admission to M.A., M.Sc. and M.Com.  Degree courses.
  • The Entrance Test will be held at first week of June.
  • Hall Ticket will not be issued  for the Entrance Test.
  • There will be no separate intimation to the candidates regarding the Entrance Test.
  • Provisional admission will be made to M.A., M.Sc. and M.Com. courses on the basis of their marks obtained in the first five semesters  / all the six semesters  of the  under-graduate courses and in the Entrance Test.
  • All candidates who have been admitted provisionally on the basis of their marks in the first five semesters of the  under-graduate courses should submit the results of their sixth semester examination within 7 days from the date of publication of the results.
  • If any candidate who has been admitted provisionally in the  post-graduate course on the basis of his / her marks in the first five semesters of the  under-graduate course fails subsequently in the sixth semester examinations, he / she will have to forfeit the seat as well as the fees paid by him / her.
  • The admission to the course will be based on the performance of the candidates in the qualifying examinations as well as in the entrance test, if any. Candidates seeking admission to the M.Sc. course should have obtained at least  50% marks in Part III subjects of the B.Sc. degree course.
  • Candidates seeking admission to the M.Com. degree course should have passed B.Com.
  • However, candidates who have studied B.B.A./B.A./B.Sc. degree course with Accountancy as one of the subjects are also eligible for admission to the M.Com. degree course.
  • For admission  in  to M.A. Tamil course a pass in B.A./B.Sc. Part -I Tamil or Part-III Tamil is required. For SC / ST candidates, 45% of marks in Science and a pass in Arts and Humanities is the required minimum for admission to all post-graduate courses.

Self Financing Courses

Under Graduate Courses

  • Admission to the First year B.Sc., B.C.A., B.Com.  and  B.B.A.  courses will be made by the Principal immediately after the distribution of the Higher Secondary Examination Mark Statement.
  • Students should submit their applications duly completed in all respects with passport size photographs pasted on them,  at the registration counter in person as soon as the Higher Secondary Mark Statements are received.
  • If a student wishes to apply for more than one course, he should submit separate applications for each of the courses desired by him. The last date for receipt of applications for registration will be notified in the college notice board.
  • Applications for any particular course will be accepted after the prescribed last date, only if there are seats vacant in that course.
  • The list of students selected for provisional admission for each of the courses will be put up on the college notice board. Applicants selected for interview will have to meet the Principal immediately.
  • Parents / Guardians who take complete responsibility for the education of the applicants should also accompany them for the interview. Applicants not accompanied by parents / guardians will not be  called for  interview.
  • Admission will be made on the basis of merit following the rules of reservation prescribed by the Govt. of Tamil Nadu.

Post Graduate Courses

  • For  post-graduate  courses, the candidates appearing for the final semester degree examination in April / May   may also apply with their first five  semester  mark statements.
  • An entrance test will be held at the college campus and short-listed students will be interviewed for final selection.
  • All candidates who have been admitted provisionally in the  Post-graduate courses on the basis of their marks in the first five semesters of the  under-graduate course,  should submit the results of their sixth semester examination within 7 days, from the date of publication of the results.
  • If any candidate who has been admitted provisionally in the  Post-graduate  course on the basis of his / her marks in the previous semester of the under-graduate course fails subsequently in the sixth semester examination, he / she will have to forfeit the seat.

Master of Philosophy Courses

  • Application will be received up to  the end of the firs week of JUNE . Students who have appeared for the final examinations of the post-graduate courses can also apply, in their case, provisional admission will be made on the basis of their marks secured in the first three semesters of the post-graduate courses.
  • If any candidate provisionally admitted on the basis of his/her marks in the first three semesters and fails subsequently in the fourth semester examination, he/she will have to forfeit his/her seat.