Canadidate for admission to the first year of the UG degree programme shall be required to have passed higher secondary examination conducted by the Govt. of Tamil Nadu in the relevant subjects or other examinations accepted as equivalent by the syndicate.
The ultimate responsibility for admission made shall only with the Principal of the College and the admission committees.
In selecting candidate for admission to several courses, the Government order on communal reservation policy, issued by the Government of Tamil Nadu from time to time, has to be strictly followed.
In selecting candidates for admission under sports quota the Government order (G.O.MS.No.466 Dated:08-06-1994) issued by the Government of Tamil Nadu, which directs to provide a Sports Quota of 3% in Under-Graduate Courses.
Under any circumstances the Total Number of candidates admitted to any branch of study should not be exceeded the strength sanctioned by the University. (Circular No. TU/R/UG-PG Adm/2003-2004 Dated:16th June 2003).
It is also mandatory on the part of the College Administration, to be more vigilant during admission, and the Principal Should make necessary arrangements to verify all the certificates before admitting them to any course and a record of the name and signature of the person who verified the certificates should be maintained
All the Self Financing Colleges are also expected to follow the specific norms issued by the Government with regard to admission of students.
Eligibility Certificate in case of students who have passed the higher secondary examination other than the Govt. of Tamil Nadu.
A Statement showing the number of candidates admitted according to the Reservation Rules has to be sent to the University immediately after the admission is over
Duration of the Course
The course shall extend over a period of three years comprising of six semesters with two semesters in one academic year.
There shall not be less than 90 working days for each semester.
Examination shall be conducted at the end of every semester for the respective subjects.