The admission process is regulated by the State Government affiliating rules and regulation to ensure inclusive accessibility to disadvantaged
sections of the society viz., SCs, STs, OBCs, Minorities and people with physical disabilities.
Soon after the 2nd PU results are declared, the admission process begins with the distribution of application forms. On the basis of marks obtained at 2nd PU, the applicants will get admission.
Since the intake capacity is more compared to the number of applicants seeking admission, those who are eligible as per Government Rules will get admission in our College.
The institution ensures wide publicity to the procedure followed for enrollment of students through the following media:
Prospectus of the College.
Notices put up on notice boards in the corridors, office, ladies room and other crucial places in the College.
Display boards disseminating information about steps involved in admission procedure at the College entrance lobby.
Pamphlets distributed among neighbouring feeder Colleges.
Student Welfare Officer's counseling to admission aspirants. Admission Committee members assistance to the enrollment seekers.
Transparency in the Admission:
50percent of students are admitted by strictly following State Government's reservation and roster rules. Out of this 50 percent reserved quota:
18 percent reserved for SCs.
03 percent for STs.
29 percent for non-creamy layer OBCs.
Remaining 50 percent of seats are filled up from general merit applicants strictly on merit.
Admission of students belonging to each reserved category is also made on the basis of intra-category merit.
Physically and visually disadvantaged students are given preference in the matter of admission.
An admission committee is constituted before the commencement of admission session to oversee that students are admitted by religiously following rules and regulations of the Government and the affiliating University.
Category-wise merit lists of the applicants selected for admission to courses run by the College are prominently displayed on the notice boards.
Grievances of applicants, if any, that are extremely rare, are promptly redressed by the admission committee.
As our College depends on the students coming from surrounding villages, all the applicants will be admitted because permitted intake is on higher side. Our College ensures that the candidates from socially and economically weaker sections are preferred and get admission without any difficulty. Children from truly deprived backgrounds are not only admitted but also facilitated through Government scholarships,
freeships, fee reimbursement and very generous endowment prizes instituted by the alumni and faculty of the institution.
The College offers financial aid to a large number of students who excel in curricular and co- and extra-curricular activities.
Immediately on completion of admission process, admitted candidates' details are submitted to the University and Collegiate Education Department of State Government, online and hard copies thereof sent to these authorities by post or through courier.
The male-female students' proportion in the College is now 51:49. This is worth noticing fact that our College has been, since its inception,
a co-educational institution.
There is a consistent increase in the number of students admitted in our College. Enrollment increased by 35 percent for B.A. course and 74.9 percent
for B.Com. course as compared with 2011-12.