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MAHATMA GANDHI UNIVERSITY

PROSPECTUS FOR ADMISSION TO POST GRADUATE DEGREE


COURSES IN AFFILIATED COLLEGES THROUGH
CENTRALIZED ALLOTMENT PROCESS (CAP)

1. U. O. No. 2059/Ac A VIII/2010/Acad Dated 09/06/2010


2. U. O. No. 3290/A1/2010/Acad Dated 03/07/10
3. U. O. No. 3621/L/Acad Dated 23/07/2010

2010

MAHATMA GANDHI UNIVERSITY


PRIYADARSINI HILLS P.O., KOTTAYAM-686 560
www.mguniversity.edu
CAP MGU 2010-11
Information at a Glance
Availability of Application Forms & Prospectus : 28-Jul-2010

Registration of Personal Data online 30-Jul-2010

Last date for issue and submission of Application Form both online
: 07/08/2010
and hard copy with all necessary supporting documents
Publication of accepted data and Provisional index marks : 12/08/10 1 PM

Rectification of complaints : 12/08/10 and 13/08/10


Publication of provisional rank list and Trial Allotment : 13/08/10 5 PM

Re arrangement/addition/deletion of options : 14/08/10 to 16/08/10


(Up to 10 AM)
First Allotment : 16/08/10
(Evening)
Remittance of fee due to University at designated banks : 17/08/10 – 18/08/10
Facility for Re arrangement/deletion of options : 17/08/10 – 18/08/10(upto 5pm)
Second allotment : 30/08/10
(Evening)
Remittance of fee due to University at designated banks (Second
: 31/08/10 - 2/09/10
allotment)
Joining Colleges : On or before 04/09/10
Commencement of classes : 06/09/2010

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1. INTRODUCTION
Mahatma Gandhi University has the unique distinction among all the Universities in

Kerala in having the largest number of colleges affiliated to it which offer a multitude of

courses that stand out by the merit of their content and cater to not only conventional streams

of study but also to new generation job oriented courses that have been designed taking into

account development of technology. Despite the existence of such a broad spectrum of

courses under its anvil, it is learnt from past experience that students are not properly informed

of their courses in the absence of an effective mechanism of guidance. Moreover, sanctioned

seats in many courses launched often remain unfilled due to the same reason. It was with a

view to eliminate such problems and to streamline the post graduate admission procedure

that the Centralized Allotment Process ( CAP) was conceived by Mahatma Gandhi University

and it was decided to implement the same from the current academic year 2010-11 onwards.

As far as the student community is concerned the biggest advantage of CAP is that a

student needs to submit only a single application, for seeking admission to a particular course

in any affiliated college offering the same, thereby minimizing the cost and time in this respect

when compared to the college wise admission. Moreover it can be ensured that the seats

earmarked under open merit earmarked under inter se merit and for SC/ST/ Physically

Challenged candidates are exclusively allotted to them. Unfilled seats in these categories, if

any, can also be allotted to other eligible categories as per the existing rules, thereby ensuring

social justice.

Since the admission process is conducted online the student can verify the admission

procedure at any stage and thus a great amount of transparency is achieved in the entire

process of admission. Any room for complaints regarding irregularity can be avoided

altogether, saving valuable time and obviating any litigation in this regard.

1. Classification/Categorization of Seats: Seats available in Govt./Aided/Self-


financing affiliated colleges and Self Financing courses in Aided Colleges are
mainly classified as Merit seats/Community seats (applicable only in aided
colleges) and Management seats.

1.1 Details of seats that come under the ambit of Centralised Allotment Process(CAP):

i. Govt. Colleges: Total seats available in government


colleges
ii. Aided Colleges: Open quota seats, seats earmarked for
SC/ST candidates, Persons With Disabilities
iii. Unaided Colleges/ Unaided courses conducted in Aided
Colleges: 50% of the total seats including seats reserved for
SC/ST/SEBC/OBX/OBH and PWD

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1.2 The remaining seats under community quota (Aided Colleges only)/management
quota (Aided and Unaided Colleges and Unaided Courses conducted in Aided
Colleges)/sports and cultural quota (all affiliated Colleges) shall be filled by the
educational agency.

2. RESERVATION OF SEATS

2.1 Types of Reservation : Out of the total Merit Seats available in Govt./Aided/Self
Financing affiliated colleges for various PG Courses, seats will be reserved for
different categories under the following main items :

i. Reservation for nominees


ii. Reservation for Persons with Disabilities
iii. Special Reservation and
iv. Mandatory Reservation

2.1.1 Reservation for Nominees: An additional seat shall be created in affiliated Arts
and Science colleges exclusively for the purpose of accommodating students
sponsored by the Union Territory of Lakshadweep. This seat shall not be filled up
by other candidates. The Head of the institutions should forward the list of such
candidates admitted, separately to the University, immediately after
admissions. (U.O. No. Ac.AI/3/2761/06 dated 20.7.2006). Such students should
apply directly to the colleges concerned.

2.1.2 Reservation for Persons with Disabilities (PWD): The applicants under this quota
will be selected on the basis of existing rules. (such students should apply in the
CAP)

3% of the seats are reserved for candidates with disabilities for all courses. 1%
(one percent of the seats in PG Courses) of seats shall be reserved for each of
the three sections of the physically handicapped (Blind, deaf and
Orthopaedically challenged) with provision for interchange of seats, if
candidates are not available in a particular category in any year.

„Person with disability‟ means a person suffering from not less than 40% of any
disability as certified by a Medical Board constituted for this purpose.
Candidates who have a minimum of 40% disability alone will be eligible for this
quota.

Candidates seeking admission under PWD category should attach with their
application form, an attested copy of the „Certificate of disability‟ issued by a
District Medical Board or bodies of higher status, certifying the degree of
percentage of disability.

No reservation of seats is allowed for Blind candidates for Science subjects.

The total number of seats of all PG Courses in a college shall be pooled


together and three percent of the same will be set apart for PWD applicants on
the basis of eligibility.

2.1.3 The selection of candidates under this category will be based on the rank in the
inter-se merit list and physical suitability, and not on the basis of the degree of
disability.

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2.1.4 Special Reservation: The seats reserved under Sports Quota and Cultural Quota
come under this category. Such students should apply directly to the colleges
concerned. They can also apply in CAP to be considered in the general
allotment.

The following norms are prescribed for admission under sports quota.

1. One seat for every 20 seats for M.A., M.Sc., M.Com Courses
2. Where the number of seats is less than 20 for a subject, the seats may be
pooled together, M.A., M.Sc., and M.Com being treated separately.
3. Where the number of seats is still less than 15 after such pooling, all PG courses
may be pooled together.
4. A minimum of one seat may be given if there are no sufficient seats.
The applicant for admission to the reservation quota should have represented
at least the district Sports Zone.
Preference shall be given to Sportsmen who have represented the
State/University over the sportsmen who have represented the District/College.
The applicant will produce the Certificate from the Hon‟ble Secretary of the
State Association of the event concerned to prove District representation.
The following guidelines shall be followed in determining merits in sports and
athletics for admission to the PG courses

Points shall be awarded to the Ist (Winner or the Winning Team), Second
(Runners up or Runners up team), third (third place) and participation as :

Category 1st 2nd 3rd Participation


International Meet of 100 80 60 40
Universities
Combined Indian 75 50 25 15
Universities Team
National/Inter- 40 20 15 10
State/All India Inter-
University
South Zone Inter 25 15 10 5
University

2.1.5 Reservation of seats under Cultural Quota


One seat for every 20 seats for M.A., M.Sc., M.Com Courses. Where the
number of seats is less than 20 for a subject, the seats may be pooled together,
M.A., M.Sc., and M.Com. being treated separately. Where the number of seats
is still less than 15 after such pooling, all PG courses may be pooled together. A
minimum of one seat may be given if there are no sufficient seats.
The selection shall be made from among the applicants for the cultural
quota on merit as follows.
Points of
Level Participation
1st 2nd 3rd 4th
State School Level 20 10 5 -
Annual University Youth Festival of any University in 20 10 5 -
Kerala
Zonal Inter University Youth Festival/Competition of
Association of Indian Universities 30 20 10 -
National Inter University Youth Festival/Competition of
Association of Indian Universities 50 30 20 10
i. A person can score points only in one category.
ii. The highest score will be counted

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iii. Where bracketed, scores in other categories will be counted
iv. Where still bracketed, person who was the University athletic champion will be
given 3 extra points.
v. Performance in any year during the Degree course in Mahatma Gandhi
University will be taken into consideration.
vi. He/She must be available for University events unless specifically exempted by
the Vice-Chancellor/Director of Physical Education, Mahatma Gandhi
University.
vii. The above candidates should also apply under the Centralised Allotment
Process, if they are to be considered for general allotment.
viii. The Principals after admitting the eligible candidates under sports and cultural
quota should inform the University with details of admission so as to enable the
University to deduct the no. of seats from the General Merit.
3. Mandatory Reservation :
3.1 A) Government Colleges : Leaving the seats set apart for Persons with disabilities,
the remaining seats for each course will be distributed as per the G.O.(Ms)
No.107/08/H.Edn. dated 30.8.2008. Students should apply in CAP for admission in
Govt. Colleges.
Sl. No Seat Reservation % of
Reservation
I State Merit (On the basis of merit) 50
II Socially and Educationally Backward Classes
(SEBC)
(a) Ezhava (EZ) 8%
(b) Muslim (MU) 7%
(c) Latin Catholic/SIUC (LC) 1% 20
(d) Other Backward Christian(BX) 1%
(e) Other Backward Hindu (BH) 3%
III *Economically backward among forward 10
communities
IV Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes :
Scheduled Castes - 15% 20
Scheduled Tribes - 05%
*For the limited purpose of reservation, under this category, candidates
belonging to all those communities which do not enjoy communal reservation
will be eligible. Candidates who wish to avail reservation under this category
will have to produce the Certificate that they come under the Below Poverty
Line (BPL) category. Candidates who wish to avail reservation under this
category will have to produce the Certificate that they come under the
Below Poverty Line (BPL) category from the concerned Local Bodies and
Community Certificate from the Village Officer.
For reservation of 20% seats under SEBC, the total seats for PG courses in a
college will be taken as one unit. If necessary, for allotment of such seats
rotation system will be followed.

3.1.2 B) Aided affiliated Colleges : The seats for each course will be distributed as
per the existing pattern given below.

Sl.No. Seat Reservation Forward Community Backward


Colleges community
colleges
I Open Quota 50 per cent 40 per cent
II Scheduled Caste 15 per cent 15 per cent
III Scheduled Tribe 05 per cent 05 per cent
IV Community Quota 10 per cent 20 per cent
V Management Quota 20 percent 20 percent

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The seats under community quota shall be reserved for students of the
community to which the college belongs and seats shall be filled on the basis
of merit and the seats under management quota shall be filled by the
management from among candidates of their choice. For admission to serial
no. I to III students should apply in CAP.

3.1.3 C) Self Financing Affiliated Colleges/Self Financing courses in Aided


Colleges In Unaided Colleges and Self Financing courses conducted in
Aided Colleges, 50% of the total seats shall be filled by the management from
among candidates of their choice provided they satisfy the eligibility
conditions. The remaining seats (50%) shall be filled as detailed below:
For admission to seats under merit quota, students should apply in CAP.

Merit Quota Seat Reservation % of Reservation


Open Quota 65
Scheduled Caste 8
Scheduled Tribe 2
Ezhava, Thiyya & Billava 9
Muslims 8
Latin Catholics other than Anglo Indians 2
Other Backward Christians 1
Other Backward Hindus 5

4. CLAIMS FOR MANDATORY RESERVATION AND CERTIFICATES TO BE PRODUCED

(i) Claims for Mandatory Reservations must be made by a candidate at


the time of submission of application, with supporting documents as
required.

(ii) The claims for mandatory reservation once made in the Application
form cannot be altered by the candidate under any circumstances.
4.1.1. Claim for Communal reservation under „Socially and Educationally
backward Classes‟ (SEBC): Reservation of seats to the Socially and
Educationally backward Classes will be in accordance with the provisions
contained in G.O.(P) 208/66/Edn. dated 2.5.1966, as amended from time
to time.

(a) Candidates belonging to Socially and Educationally backward


Classes as per G.O.(P) 208/66/Edn. dated 2.5.1966, whose annual family
income (i.e, annual income of all members in the family from all sources
taken together) is upto Rs.4.5 lakhs per annum (Rupees. Four lakhs and
fifty thousand only per annum) are eligible for reservation under this
category. The certificate should be not earlier than 12 months prior to the
submission of application. Only the claims of the candidates of those
communities that are included in the list of communities will be
considered.

(b) Candidates belonging to Ezhava, Muslim, Other backward Hindus,


Latin Catholic other than Anglo Indians/SIUC and Other backward
Christian communities, claiming reservation under SEBC Quota should
invariably produce both „Community‟ and „Income Certificates‟ obtained
from the concerned Village Officer. The above certificates should be
attached with the application. Candidates whose annual family income
is above Rs.4.5 lakhs are not eligible for reservation.

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4.1.2. Claim for Reservation under Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes Quota

(a) Candidates claiming reservation under Scheduled Castes/


Scheduled Tribes Quota should obtain caste/community
certificate from the Tahsildar.

(b) Claim of OEC candidates against the un-availed seats of SC/ST


candidates: Other Eligible Community (OEC candidates who
claim allotment to the un-availed seats, if any, under SC/ST quota
should furnish community and income certificates obtained from
the Village Officer concerned. Those OEC candidates whose
annual family income is upto Rs.4.5 lakhs alone are eligible for
such seats.
4.2. OTHER GENERAL RULES FOR MANDATORY RESERVATION :

4.2.1. The seats reserved for SC/ST shall be renotified twice if such seats are
remaining vacant. Those seats may be filled up from candidates
belonging to OEC and in their absence, candidates belonging to SEBC.
4.2.2. Claim for fee concession to OEC candidates : Candidates belonging to
other eligible communities are exempted from payment of fee at the time
of allotment to PG Degree Courses under Government/Community quota
irrespective of annual family income as per G.O (Ms) No.36/07/SCSTDD
dated 03.07.2007. They should provide Community Certificate from the
Village Officer in the Application form.

5. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

5.1.1. Academic eligibility should be satisfied as on the last date of submission of


academic data.
5.1.2. If an applicant for admission is found to have indulged in ragging in the
past or if it is noticed later that he/she had indulged in ragging, admissions
may be refused or he/she shall be expelled from the educational
institution.

5.1.3. (i) Candidates should have passed the corresponding Degree Examination
under the 10 + 2 + 3 pattern with one main subject and two subsidiary
subjects from any of the Universities in Kerala or of any other University
recognized by the Mahatma Gandhi University as equivalent thereto for
admission, subject to the stipulation regarding marks.

(ii) Double or Triple main candidates or candidates who have passed the
Degree Examination in Vocational or Specialized Courses are also eligible
for admission. However, they have to submit copy of the Equivalency and
Eligibility Certificate from the Mahatma Gandhi University, stating that,
their Qualifying Examination is recognized for seeking admission to the
relevant P.G. Degree Course(s) as applicable, along with their
application.

(iii) The minimum requirements for admission to PG Degree Courses are:

M.A. Courses: In the case of those subjects for which applicants who have
taken the subjects as optional and are declared qualified to seek
admission. 75% of the total seats would be reserved for those who have
taken the subject as Optional (Main) concerned under Part III for the BA
Degree Course.

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(a) M.A. ENGLISH: Graduates with English under Part III (model I,II & III) and all
graduates in the Faculties of Arts, Social Science, Science, Oriental Studies
who have taken not less than three papers under Compulsory English with not
less than 50% marks in Part I Compulsory English (out of a total of 300 marks)
and not less than 45% marks in Part III including subsidiaries. The stipulations of
Part I English will not apply to BA English Model II and BA English Model III
Communicative English (Three Main System). Students of BA Communicative
English (Single main) can be admitted on the basis of Part I English marks
alone. Percentage of marks obtained under part I (B.A/ B.Sc ) English or
Percentage of marks obtained under Part I (BA/BSc) English or percentage of
marks obtained under Part III English (main /core/major only), whichever is
higher, less handicap plus a weightage of 10% marks scored for the
main/core/major (standardized to a total of 600 marks), in the case of those
who have taken English as optional under Part III for the BA model I/II degree
courses. The weightage will be 5% only in the case of model III BA
Communicative English(Three Main System). The following are the
main/core/major papers of model III BA Communicative English (Three Main
System).

1. Phonetics
2. History of English Literature
3. English Poetry
4. English Essay & Fiction
5. English Drama
6. Literary Criticism

(b) M.A. SANSKRIT (General): Graduates with Sanskrit under Part III Optional for
B.A. with not less than 45% marks including subsidiaries or B.A./B.Sc. with
Sanskrit under Part II (additional language) with not less than 50% makrs.
Weightage of 10% shall be given to the candidates who have studied
Sanskrit (General) as optional.

(c) M.A. SANSKRIT (Nyaya): Graduates with Sanskrit(General/Special) under Part


III Optional for B.A. with not less than 45% marks including subsidiaries or
B.A./B.Sc. with Sanskrit under Part II (additional language) with not less than
50% marks. Weightage of 10% shall be given to the candidates who have
studied Sanskrit (Nyaya) as optional.

(d) M.A. SANSKRIT (Vedanta): Graduates with Sanskrit(General/Special) under


Part III Optional for B.A. with not less than 45% marks including subsidiaries or
B.A./B.Sc. with Sanskrit under Part II (additional language) with not less than
50% marks. Weightage of 10% shall be given to the candidates who have
studied Sanskrit (Nyaya) as optional.

(e) M.A. SANSKRIT (Sahitya): Graduates with Sanskrit(General/Special) under Part


III Optional for B.A. with not less than 45% marks including subsidiaries or
B.A./B.Sc. with Sanskrit under Part II (additional language) with not less than
50% marks. Weightage of 10% shall be given to the candidates who have
studied Sanskrit (Nyaya) as optional.

(f) M.A. SANSKRIT (Vyakarana): Graduates with Sanskrit(General/Special) under


Part III Optional for B.A. with not less than 45% marks including subsidiaries or
B.A./B.Sc. with Sanskrit under Part II (additional language) with not less than
50% marks. Weightage of 10% shall be given to the candidates who have
studied Sanskrit (Nyaya) as optional.

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(g) M.A. MALAYALAM: B.A. with Malayalam under Part III with not less than 45%
marks including subsidiaries or B.A./B.Sc. with Malayalam under Part II
(additional language) with not less than 50% marks. Weightage of 10% shall
be given to the candidates who have studied Malayalam as optional.

(h) M.A. HINDI: B.A. with Hindi (Model I/II) under Part III with not less than 45%
marks including subsidiaries or B.A./B.Sc. with Hindi under Part II additional
language with not less than 50% marks. Weightage of 10% shall be given to
the candidates who have studied Hindi as optional.

(i) M.A. ARABIC: B.A. with Arabic (Model I/II) as Main or Subsidiary with 45%
marks including main and subsidiaries or B.A./B.Sc. with Arabic under Part II
additional language with not less than 50% marks for B.A./B.Sc. in any subject
with Afzal-ul-ulama oriental Title Examination of Kerala / Calicut University or
Arabic Munshi Examination of the Government of kerala or Arabic Munshi
Lower or Higher Examination of the erstwhile Travancore Cochin Government.
Weightage of 10% shall be given to the candidates who have studied
Arabic as optional .

Candidates who have passed Model II Vocational degree courses –


LLD/BBA/BBM/BCA are not eligible to apply for admission to M.A. English, Hindi,
Arabic, Sanskrit, Malayalam etc., based on the marks obtained in Part I – English
or Part II – Second Language, since the content of Language & Literature of Part I
& II of these degree programmes is not sufficient enough to pursue a PG
Programme.

(j) M.A. PHILOSOPHY: All graduates in the Faculties of Social Sciences and
graduates with English Language and Literature as the Main subject under
the Faculty of Arts with not less than 45% marks in Part III main subject
concerned including subsidiaries. Weightage of 10 marks shall be given to
the candidates who have studied Philosophy as optional. 75% of the total
seats would be reserved for B.A Philosophy (Main-Model I/II) candidates.

(k) M.A. HISTORY: All Graduates (Model I/II) in Politics, History, Economics,
Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Law, Journalism, Public
Administration, Geography, Archaeology, English or other Social Sciences
with not less than 45% marks in Part III Optional main subject concerned
including subsidiaries. . Weightage of 10 marks shall be given to the
candidates who have studied History as optional. 75% of the total seats would
be reserved for B.A. History (Main Model I/II) candidates.

(l) M.A. POLITICS: All Graduates (Model I/II) in Politics, History, Economics,
Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, Law, Journalism, Public
Administration, Geography, Archaeology, English or other Social Sciences
with not less than 45% marks in Part III Optional main subject concerned
including subsidiaries. A weightage of 5 marks to be given to the candidates
who have studied any of the papers namely Politics, Political Science,
Political Theory, Political Philosophy either as Part III
main/subsidiary/elective/allied/complementary of B.A. degree examination.
Weightage of 10 marks shall be given to the candidates who have studied
Politics as optional. 75% of the total seats would be reserved for B.A .Politics
(Main Model I/II) candidates.

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(m) M.A. ECONOMICS: Graduates (Model I/II) in Economics, Mathematics and
Statistics with not less than 45% marks in Part III Optional main subject
concerned including subsidiaries. B.Sc. Degree holders in Co-operation and
Banking from Kerala Agricultural University are also eligible. Marks secured for
Economics Main is to be taken as weightage and added to total marks
secured. Weightage of 10 marks shall be given to the candidates who have
studied Economics as optional. 75% of the total seats would be reserved for
B.A Economics (Main Model I/II) candidates.
(n) M.A. PSYCHOLOGY: Graduates in Psychology or graduates in Rehabilitation
Science from Bharatidasan University with not less than 45% marks in Part III
optional subjects concerned including subsidiaries. Weightage of 10 marks
shall be given to the candidates who have studied Psychology as optional.
75% of the total seats would be reserved for B.A Psychology (Main)
candidates.

(o) M.A. SOCIOLOGY: Graduates in the Faculties of Arts, Social Science, Science
and Law with not less than 45% marks in Part III optional main subject
concerned including subsidiaries. Weightage of 10 marks shall be given to
the candidates who have studied Sociology as optional. Weightage of 10
marks shall be given to the candidates who have studied Sociology as
optional .75% of the total seats would be reserved for B.A Sociology (Main)
candidates

(p) M.A. ISLAMIC HISTORY: All graduates in the Faculty of Social Sciences with not
less than 45% marks in Part III main subject concerned including subsidiaries.
Weightage of 10 marks shall be given to the candidates who have studied
Islamic History as optional. 75% of the total seats would be reserved for B.A
Islamic History (Main) candidates.

(q) M. Sc. Mathematics : B.Sc. Mathematics (Model I/II) Main or B.Sc. Statistics
Main / B.Sc. Computer Application with not less than 55% marks in the
optional subject concerned including subsidiaries or B. Tech with not less than
55% marks in Mathematics (aggregate of all Mathematics Papers and a total
of 55% for the entire course)

(r) M. Sc. Physics: B.Sc. Physics (Model I/II) / Electronic Equipment maintenance
with not less than 55% marks in the optional subject concerned including
subsidiaries.

(s) M Sc Non Conventional Physics: B.Sc. Physics (Model I/II) / Electronic


Equipment maintenance with not less than 55% marks in the optional subject
concerned including subsidiaries.

(t) M Sc Physics (Material Science): B.Sc. Physics (Model I/II) / Electronic


Equipment maintenance with not less than 55% marks in the optional subject
concerned including subsidiaries.

(u) M Sc Applied Physics: B.Sc. Physics (Model I/II) / Electronic Equipment


maintenance with not less than 55% marks in the optional subject concerned
including subsidiaries.

(v) M. Sc. Statistics: B.Sc. Statistics Main or B.Sc. Mathematics Main/ B.Sc.
Computer Application with not less than 55% marks in the optional subject
concerned including subsidiaries (Computer Science and Mathematics in the
case of B.Sc. Computer Application). A weightage of 10% marks scored by

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the graduate in Statistics will be added to the total of Part III Statistics for
preparing index marks.

(w) Branch III: M. Sc. Chemistry: B.Sc. Chemistry Main (Model I/II) /
Petrochemicals with not less than 55% marks in the optional main subject
concerned including subsidiaries.

(x) Branch IV A : M. Sc. Analytical Chemistry: B.Sc. Chemistry Main (Model I/II) /
Petrochemicals with not less than 55% marks in the optional main subject
concerned including subsidiaries.

(y) Branch V A: M. Sc. Applied Chemistry (Oils, Fats & Aromatics): B.Sc.
Chemistry Main (Model I/II) / Petrochemicals with not less than 55% marks in
the optional main subject concerned including subsidiaries.

(z) Branch V B: M. Sc. Applied Chemistry (Pharmaceutical Chemistry): B.Sc.


Chemistry Main (Model I/II) / Petrochemicals with not less than 55% marks in
the optional main subject concerned including subsidiaries.

(aa) Branch IV B: M. Sc. (Polymer Chemistry): B.Sc. Chemistry Main (Model I/II)
/ Petrochemicals with not less than 55% marks in the optional main subject
concerned including subsidiaries.

(bb) M. Sc. Botany: B. Sc. Botany (Model I/II), with not less than 55% marks in
the optional main subject concerned including subsidiaries. Botany-
Biotechnology (double main) with not less than 55% marks.

(cc) M. Sc. Zoology: B. Sc. Zoology Main (Model I/II) / Biological Techniques &
Specimen Preparation with not less than 55% marks in the optional main
subject concerned including subsidiaries. Zoology & Industrial Microbiology
(Double main) with not less than 55% marks.

(dd) M. Sc. Geology: B.Sc. Geology Main, Geology and Water Management
with not less than 55% marks in the optional main subject concerned including
subsidiaries.

(ee) M.Sc. Home Science Branch X(A)- Child Development: For admission to
the PG Programme in Child Development, the applicant must have passed
B.Sc. Home Science/Family and Community Science Model I & II / B.Sc. Food
Science and Quality Control Degree of Mahatma Gandhi University or any
statutory University recognized by Mahatma Gandhi University with not les
than 55% marks in Part III with regard to eligibility criteria.

(ff) M.Sc. Home Science Branch X(B)- Family Resource Management: For
admission to the PG Programme in Family Resource Management, the
applicant must have passed B.Sc. Home Science/Family and Community
Science Model I & II/B.Sc. Food Science and Quality Control Degree of
Mahatma Gandhi University or any statutory University recognized by
Mahatma Gandhi University with not les than 55% marks in Part III with regard
to eligibility criteria

(gg) M.Sc. Home Science Branch X(C)-Food and Nutrition: For admission to the
PG Programme in Food and Nutrition, the applicant must have passed B.Sc.
Programme with specialization in Food and Nutrition, Food Science and
Quality Control, Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics, Food Technology or Home
Science/ Family and Community Science Model I & II with not less than 55%

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marks in Part II. Graduates in Biochemistry or zoology with PG Diploma in
Nutrition and Dietetics of any statutory University recognized by Mahatma
Gandhi University are also eligible provided that such candidates should have
not less than 55% marks in Part III in the graduate level

(hh) M Sc. Home Science Branch X (D- Family & Community Science: For
admission to the PG Programme in Family & Community Science, the
applicant must have passed B.Sc. Home Science/Family and Community
Science Model I & II and B.Sc. Food Science and Quality Control Degree of
Mahatma Gandhi University or any statutory University recognized by
Mahatma Gandhi University with not les than 55% marks in Part III with regard
to eligibility criteria.

(ii) M.Sc. : Home Science Branch X(E)- Food Service Management & Dietetics: For
admission to the PG Programme in Food Service Management &Dietetics, the
applicant must have passed B. Sc. Programme with specialization in Clinical
Nutrition and Dietetics, Food Science and Quality Control, Food and Nutrition
or Home Science/Family and Community Science Model I & II Degree of
Mahatma Gandhi University or any statutory University recognized by
Mahatma Gandhi University with not less than 55% marks in Part III in the
graduate level.

(jj) M.Sc. Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics: B. Sc. From a recognised University in
Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Food & Nutrition, Food Science & Quality Control
& Food Technology. Family & Community Science graduates with PG diploma
in Nutrition and Dietetics are also eligible. Weightage of 45 marks will be given
to those who have passed B. Sc. with Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics.

(kk) M.Sc. Computer Science: B.Sc. Degree with Mathematics /Computer


Science / Electronics / IT as one of the subjects (main or subsidiary) or BCA/
B.Tech. degree with not less than 55% marks in optional subject. Candidates
having Degree in Computer Science/Computer Application/IT/Electronics
shall be given a weightage of 20% marks in the qualifying degree
examinations.

(ll) M.Sc. I.T: B.Sc. degree with IT/Mathematics/ Statistics/ BCA/B.Sc. Computer
Science with not less than 55% marks in optional (Main & Subsidiaries).

(mm) M.Sc. (Operations Research & Computer Applications: Any degree in


Science / Computer Science / Computer Application / Engineering with
Maths / Statistics as one of the subjects with not less than 55% marks.

(nn) M.Sc. Applied Statistics with Computer Applications: Any degree in


Science / Computer Science / Computer Application / Engineering with
Maths / Statistics as one of the subjects with not less than 55% marks

(oo) M.Sc. Electronics: B.Sc. Degree in Physics/Instrumentation/


Electronics/Electronics with Computer Maintenance/B.Sc. Computer
Science/Computer Application/BCA or any degree equivalent thereto with
not less than 55% marks in the optional concerned including subsidiaries. B.Sc.
Physics (Electronic Equipment Maintenance) and B.Sc. Computer
Maintenance and Electronics degree holders with not less than 55% marks in
optionals are also eligible. A weightage of 10% marks shall be given to B.Sc.
Electronics/Electronics with Computer Hardware degree holders

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(pp) M. Sc. Aqua culture & Fish Processing: B Sc degree in Industrial fish and
fisheries, aquaculture, Zoology, Botany, Life Sciences, Fishery Science with not
less than 55% marks in the optional subject concerned including subsidiaries.

(qq) M.Com: B.Com (Model I/II/III) with not less than 45% marks under Part III or
BBA/BBM of this University with not less than 45% marks.

(rr) M L I Sc: 45% Marks for B L I Sc, 5% relaxation in marks for SC/ST candidates.

Relaxation in Marks in the qualifying examination:

5.1.4. Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe Category: The minimum marks in the


qualifying examination for admission to the PG Degree courses of studies is
35%.

5.1.5. SEBC Category: A relaxation of 3% marks in the qualifying examination


from the prescribed minimum is allowed.

5.1.6. OEC Category: A relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying examination


from the prescribed minimum is allowed.

5.1.7. Persons with Disability category: A relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying


examination from the prescribed minimum is allowed.

6. PREPARATION OF RANK LIST:

The rank list for PG Degree courses will be prepared on the basis of marks
obtained in the qualifying examination in Part III Subjects (including
weightage/bonus marks/deduction wherever applicable) unless
otherwise mentioned. The rank list will be prepared based on the total
marks obtained by the candidates out of 1,000.

7. Bonus Marks
The Bonus marks will be awarded as follows:
a. Bonus of 5 marks awarded to NCC and NSS candidates for admission to
all courses. NCC candidates the bonus marks will be awarded on the
basis of NCC certificates signed by the Director and issued by the
Directorate have secured at least 75% attendance after having
participated in its activities during the course of study immediately
preceding the course for which admission is sought. An additional bonus
mark of 3 will be give to „A‟ certificate holders, 5 marks to 'B' Certificate
holders and 'C' Certificate holders in proof of their high proficiency.

b. In respect of NSS candidates the bonus marks will be awarded on the


basis of NSS certificates signed by the Vice-Chancellor or the Pro-Vice-
Chancellor to volunteers who have completed 240 hours of work within a
period of 2 years n the course of study immediately preceding the course
for which the admission is sought.

c. Bonus of 15 marks shall be awarded to the Ex-servicemen applicants and


widows and children of Jawans and Ex-service men seeking admission to
the P.G. Courses. Applicants to this category should invariably produce
along with the application form an attested copy of certificate not earlier
then six months from the last date of submission of application from the

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military authorities or state/Zilla Sainik Welfare Officer to the effect that
he/she is the son/daughter of ex service man or an ex service man
himself/herself. The certificate should clearly show that the benefit of
reservation has not been granted earlier to any member in the family. In
the absence of the certificate the claim will not be considered.

d. The benefit of bonus marks can be scored by a candidate only under


one category i.e. ; either NSS or NCC.

e. Bonus marks shall be added only if the candidate has obtained the
prescribed minimum qualifying marks in the qualifying examination while
calculating the index marks.

8. Deduction will be made from the total ranking marks for those
candidates who had availed more than one chance in passing the
qualifying examination as detailed below:

8.1 Candidates will lose 5 marks for ranking purposes for each additional
appearance
he/she has taken for completing the qualifying examination. Number of
chances means the number of chances for passing any part of the
qualifying examination excluding cancellation.
8.1.2 Wherever letter grades are given for the qualifying examination, the
candidate should produce the relevant document so that the grades can
be converted into actual marks. In the case of grades where marks range
is given, the mid value will be taken for computation of index marks.

9 Calculation of Index Marks

9.1 M.Sc Courses: In the case of those subjects for which applicants who
have taken the subjects as optional and are declared qualified to seek
admission. Total Marks obtained for the part III of B Sc Degree Examination
relating to the optional subjects, main and subsidiary put together less
handicap marks plus the marks obtained for the main subject, theory
and practical, if any.
The total marks obtained by candidates who have passed Model II
vocational degree courses under part III will be the total of core subject,
vocational content and complementary/allied subject to be brought to
1000 and the marks obtained should be calculated accordingly.
A. Total marks obtained for the main/subsidiaries out of 1000 (Model I)
B. Total marks obtained for the Core + Vocational + Complementary Out of
1000 (Model II)
C. Total marks obtained for the Main OR for core subject out of 600

A + B shall be the rank merit


9.2 English: In the case of those subjects for which applicants who have taken
the subjects as optional and are declared qualified to seek admission.
75% of the total seats would be reserved for those who have taken the
subject as Optional (Main) concerned under Part III for the BA Degree
Course. Percentage of marks obtained under Part I (BA/BSc) English or
percentage of marks obtained under Part III English whichever is higher,
less handicap plus weightage of 10% marks scored for the main in the
case of those who have taken English as optional under Part III for the BA
degree Course including Communicative English/Functional English.

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9.3 M.A. in Other Languages: Percentage of marks obtained under Part III
(BA/B Sc) in the language concerned or percentage of marks under Part
III in the case of those who have taken language concerned as optional,
which ever is higher less handicap marks plus weightage of 10% marks
scored for the main in the case of those who have taken the language
concerned as optional under Part III for the BA course. The marks
obtained for the main alone will be taken in to account in calculating the
percentage of marks for the language concerned as optional under part
III.

9.4 M.A. in Other Subjects: total marks obtained for the optional main/ core
subjects under part III less handicap marks plus weightage of ten marks in
the case of those who have taken sub jects concerned as optional under
part III for the BA degree course.

Calculation of Rank Marks for Model II


The total marks obtained by candidates who have passed model II
vocational degree courses under part III will be the total marks of core
subject, vocational content and complementary/allied subject to be
brought to thousand and the marks obtained should be calculated
accordingly.
A. Total marks obtained for main/subsidiaries -out of 1000 (Model I)
OR
Total marks obtained for Core + Vocational + Complementary – Out of
1000 (Model II)
B. Total marks for main or for Core subjects – out of 600
A+B shall be Rank Mark
9.5 M Com: B. Com Model I: Percentage of marks obtained in part III of B.
Com/BBM/BBA less handicap marks.
B. Com Model II (Vocational)/ B. Com Office Management: Marks
obtained for core subject/Commerce Subject shall be converted to 1400
B. Com Model III: Marks obtained for Commerce subjects excluding the
marks of project work and reports shall be converted 1400
BBA: Total Marks obtained excluding the marks of English, Social Project,
Management Project, Viva shall be converted to 1400
BBM: Total Marks obtained excluding the marks of English, Industrial
training and Project report and Comprehensive shall be converted to
1400
9.6 M L I Sc: Based on the B L I Sc marks

a. Resolving of Tie : In the case of more than one candidate obtaining


equal index marks (including weightage/deduction as per Clause
7.8.1.2, if applicable), the candidate who has scored more marks in Part
III Main will be placed higher in ranking. If the tie persists, the candidate
who has scored more marks in Part I / Part II English will be placed higher
in ranking. In the case of ranking for M.A. English, the conditions in
Clause 9.2 will be applicable. If the tie still persists, the age of the
candidates will be taken into account, the older being placed higher in
the ranking. Even after this exercise, if the tie persists, the alphabetical
order of the first name of the candidates will be taken into account.
b. Rounding of marks of 0.5 and above to the highest figure shall not be
done while calculating the percentage of marks for minimum eligibility.

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10 CENTRALISED ALLOTMENT PROCESS (CAP)

10.1 There is only a single application form for applying for admission to
all the P.G. Degree Courses in various affiliated colleges for
considering them in the Merit seats. If a candidate submits more
than one application his/her candidature is liable to be cancelled.
However, candidates seeking admission through communal
merit/management quota/Sports quota/cultural quota should
submit separate applications to the respective colleges also. The
above candidates should also apply under the Centralised
Allotment Process, if they are to be considered for general
allotment.

10.2 Application fee :

The application fee will be as follows:


For General candidate: Rs.100/-
For SC/ST candidates : Rs.50/-

Application forms can be downloaded from the web site,


www.mguniversity.edu after entering the application number and secret
code obtained from branches of Federal Bank enlisted in annexure
after remitting the required fee.

10.3 Submission of Applications :

There will be two stages in the submission of applications, both of which


are mandatory.
a. Submission of the manually filled application form
(downloaded from the web site, www.mguniversity.edu ) with
all necessary supporting documents
b. On-line Registration of personal and academic data as well as
options for courses and colleges

Instructions for filling the application form (Manually):


Application should be complete in all respects. A Candidate will be
considered for admission, only if he/she has furnished the relevant Certificates
prescribed in the Prospectus, in proof of eligibility and in support of any claim for
reservation, under any category.

1. The data entered during online registration alone will be used for processing.
Hence the entries made against each item during online registration should
tally with the corresponding entries in the application form. Any mistake in
entering/providing false/incomplete/wrong information will affect the
candidate‟s eligibility for admission or claim for reservation under any
category. It is obligatory that the candidate should fill in all the items in the
application form and in the online registration format correctly.

2. The application Number and Registration ID must be entered in the boxes


provided in the application form, failing which the application will be
summarily rejected.

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Certificates/Documents to be submitted with the application :

To claim Communal Reservation: Only Keralites are eligible for Communal


Reservations.

(a) Community and Income Certificates to be obtained for claiming


reservation under SEBC quota, and OEC claim for Merit Seats.
(b) Community Certificate for claiming reservation under SC/ST, for Merit
seats.

To claim reservation under „Persons with Disabilities‟: Medical Certificate from


the District Medical Board

To claim reservation under community quota seats : Community Certificate


obtained from revenue authority.

Certificate without the signature of the issuing authority or that are incomplete
will be treated as defective and such Certificates will not be considered for
granting any claim.

Enclosures to be submitted with the filled in application form :

(i) Copy of the relevant page of SSLC or equivalent Certificate to prove


date of birth attested by Head of the institution last studied/gazetted
officer.
(ii) Copies of all parts of Degree Examination and Degree/Provisional
Certificate attested by Head of the institution last studied/gazetted
officer.
(iii) Copy of Medical Certificate from the District Medical Board in the case
of „Persons with disabilities‟ [PWD] attested by Head of the institution last
studied/gazetted officer.
(iv) Community and Income Certificates to be obtained for claiming
reservation under SEBC quota, and OEC claim for Merit Seats.
(v) Community Certificate for claiming reservation under SC/ST, for Merit
seats.
(vi) Copy of the Equivalency and Eligibility Certificate from the Mahatma
Gandhi University, stating that, their Qualifying Examination is recognized
for seeking admission to the relevant P.G. Degree Course(s) as
applicable attested by Head of the institution last studied/ gazetted
officer.
(vii) Copies of NCC certificates signed by the Director and issued by the
NCC Directorate attested by Head of the institution last studied/
gazetted officer.
(viii) Copies of NSS certificates signed by the Vice-Chancellor or the Pro-
Vice-Chancellor of the University attested by Head of the institution last
studied/gazetted officer
Important :

Documents/Certificates/Mark lists furnished after the last date of submission of


the application will not be entertained under any circumstances.

No opportunity will be given to incorporate any details after the last date of
submission of application.

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The filled in application form along with copies of the required Certificates
shall be forwarded to “Joint Registrar II (Admn), Mahatma Gandhi University, PD
Hills PO, Kottayam PIN: 686 560” or handed over to the University Office before
the time and date notified. The list of applications received will be published in
the website www. mguniversity.edu. The envelope containing the filled in
application form should be super scribed with “Application for admission to PG
courses through CAP – MG University”

Candidates are requested to keep the Security Key, Password and Registration
ID strictly confidential, to protect their interest.
Late or defective applications will not be considered under any circumstances.

10.4 On-line Registration of Personal and Academic Data :

For online registration of personal and academic data, the candidate


must visit the web site, www.mguniversity.edu and click on the link
“Admission to PG Degree Course 2010-2011”. A candidate must have
his/her Application Number and Security Key to perform on line
registration of personal and academic data. He/She will have to initially
log in to the webs site using the „Application Number‟ and „Security
Key‟. Then the candidate will have to create and submit „Password”
which must be made up of numerals or alphabets or a combination of
both. On successful submission of the password, the candidate will be
taken to a page. Here the candidate has to enter and submit the
personal and academic data. A „Registration ID‟ will be provided (by
Computer) to the candidate on completing the on line registration of
personal and academic data. The detailed instructions will be given in
the website.

10.5 Eligibility and Procedure for Online Registration of Options.

10.5.1 Eligibility for registering options: The candidates, registering their options,
should satisfy all the eligibility conditions with regard to academic
qualifications stated in the Prospectus. However, options of only those
candidates who find place in the rank list will be processed for
allotment.

10.5.2 The options for college(s) and course(s) can be done while filing online
registration of personal and academic data or subsequently within the
last date of submission of application. No extension of time will be
granted for registering options under any circumstances.

10.5.3 Registering of Options: Options have to be registered only through the


website www.mguniversity.edu. Based on their eligibility, candidates
should register their options in their „Home Page‟ for the courses and
colleges, within the stipulated time, for being considered for allotment.
Candidates can access the website and follow the instructions given
therein to register their options.
The steps involved in registering options are summarized below :
Accessing the website
Logging on to the candidate‟s Home Page
Registering of Options
Saving the Options registered
Viewing the list of Options registered
Logging off from the Home page.

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Applications of candidates who do not register their personal and academic
data online and who do not give their options online within the time schedule
will not be considered for allotment. Options submitted by FAX, e-mail, Post,
Courier, Hand delivery etc. will not be considered for allotment.

10.5.8 The options in the „home page‟ of the candidate at the time specified
for closing of registration of options will alone will be considered for
processing.

10.5.8 Processing of options and allotments


Before the Trial Allotment, the accepted personal and academic
data and reservation claims will be published for verification by the
candidates.

10.5.6 Trial allotment: A Trial Allotment will be conducted to give an idea


about the chances of getting allotment to a course and college based
on the options registered and the rank of the candidate. The trial
allotment does not guarantee that the candidate will get allotment in a
college or course.

10.5.7 First Allotment: After the Trial Allotment and the period earmarked for
revising options, the first Allotment list will be published in the website
www. mguniversity.edu. on the date to be notified. The allotment list will
show the personal details, the college and the course to which the
candidate is allotted to and the fee to be remitted. A provisional
Allotment Memo will be displayed in the website and the candidate
shall take a print out of the same to be produced in the bank for
remitting the required fee.

10.6 Remitting of Fee :The prescribed fee due to the University will have to be
remitted by the candidate to the account specified by the University in
any notified branch of the Federal bank as per the time schedule
prescribed. Once the candidate remits the fee, a fee receipt will be
issued by the bank, which shall be produced at the college at the time
of admission.

10.6.1 Candidates shall not remit the fee in any other form like Demand Draft,
Cheque, etc.

10.6.2 Those candidates who do not remit the fee on or before the date
specified and in the specified method will lose their current allotment as
well as the eligibility for further allotments.

10.6.3 SC/ST/OEC candidates, who get allotment, shall remit a token amount
of Rs.100/- (as part of Caution Deposit). They shall not remit this amount
in the form of Demand Draft, Cheque etc.

10.7 Cancellation/re-arrangement of options after the first allotment:


Candidates who remit the fee as per the first allotment within the
prescribed time limit will have the facility to cancel/re-arrange their
higher options before the second allotment during a specified period.

10.7.1 After the first allotment, the options below the „allotted one‟ of the
candidates will automatically be removed from the option list of the

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candidate. For example, if a candidate had registered 40 options in all,
and if he/she is allotted his/her 20th option, all options from 21 to 40 will
be automatically removed from the option list. Options from1 to 19 will
remain valid and will be considered for future allotments. He/she may
delete/rearrange any options among the remaining options as per
his/her desire. But the candidate will not be permitted to register any
fresh option to the existing ones.

10.7.2 Existing options registered by candidate, available in the Home Page,


can be deleted by entering the number „0‟ against that particular
option and by clicking the „Update‟ button. To change the preference
of an existing option, the new preference number should be entered in
the box against the corresponding option and the „Update‟ button
clicked. the other options (except the one changed) will be
automatically re-numbered and displayed. Deleting/Changing of
preference of options must be done one at a time, each time clicking
the „Update‟ button. It will not be possible to make a further change
without clicking the update button after any attempt to
deleting/changing preference number.

10.7.3 If a candidate is satisfied with an allotment and does not want to be


considered again for further allotment(s), he/she must cancel all the
remaining higher options. A candidate retaining all or any of his/her
higher options after an allotment, is bound to accept the next
allotment, if any, failing which he/she will lost the existing allotment as
well as the new allotment. He/She will not be considered for any further
allotments.

10.7.4 The facility for deletion/re-arrangement of options will be available


during the notified period only.

10.8 Second/Further Allotment and Remittance of Fee :

10.8.1 The Second/Further Allotment list will be published on the date notified.
A candidate who gets an allotment in any stage will have to remit the
prescribed fee for the course allotted.

If a candidate has a different allotment than the one accepted in the


previous allotment, the fee for which is higher than that remitted as per
the previous allotment, he/she will have to remit the difference in fee
through the same method. The amount to be remitted in this manner will
be shown in the Allotment Memo of the Candidate.

If the fee for the course allotted in the current allotment is less than or
same as the fee remitted as per the previous allotment, no further
remittance is to be made by the candidate. Excess amount remitted by
the candidate, if any, will be refunded, after the completion of the
whole process.

10.9 Other rules related to allotment

10.9.1 All options registered by the candidate will be processed. If a candidate


gets allotted to particular course and college, based on his/her option,
he/she is bound to accept it by way of remitting the required fee failing
which, he/she will lose that allotment and will not be considered for any
further allotments.

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10.9.2 Candidate will not be allotted to a seat, not opted by him/her.

10.9.3 A candidate is bound to accept an allotment as per the priority of


options registered. If he/she gets allotment in the subsequent phase,
based on higher options against arising/future vacancy, he/she has to
surrender the seat already occupied by him/her.

10.9.4 Any request to retain the existing allotment after a further allotment
(based on the higher options registered) will not be considered under
any circumstances.

10.9.5 Failure to report for admission by candidate in the allotted college at the
stipulated time and date will result in the forfeiture of his/her chance for
admission to that course/other courses/further allotment(s).

11. POST ALLOTMENT ACTIVITIES

11.1 Reporting at the College : Candidates need report for admission before
the Principal concerned only when the announcement regarding the
same is made by the Mahatma Gandhi University. He/she should report
with the following documents in original.

(i) The Allotment Memo received online.


(ii) Receipt of fee remitted in the bank.
(iii) Certificate to prove date of birth.
(iv) Transfer Certificate (TC) from the Institution last attended and
Conduct Certificate.
(v) Mark lists of all parts of the Degree examination and
Provisional/Degree Certificate.
(vi) Eligibility Certificate from Mahatma Gandhi University, in case of
candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from
other Universities.
(vii) Migration Certificate, if applicable.
(viii) Any other documents require to be produced by the Head of
Institution.

Fees other than the one already paid as applicable to the


course/institution, will have to be remitted by the candidate at the time
of taking admission in the college.

Verification of Documents. The Principal/Head of the College or


Institution shall be personally responsible for verification of original
documents and satisfaction of the correctness of the records produced
by the candidate at the time of seeking admission in the
College/institution. The University will also verify the records produced
by the candidates who got admission.

Failure to report for Admission: Candidates who do not take admission


on the prescribed date in the allotted college will lose their admission.
They will not be considered for further allotments.

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Cancellation of Higher Options after joining a College : Candidates
who join the college on the date specified can cancel their remaining
options fully or partially or change the priority of their remaining options
before the date specified as per the procedure. A candidate, not
interested in any further allotments, must cancel all his/her options
before the specified date, failing which, the options will remain live and
will be considered for further allotments, if any.

12 SEAT ALLOTMENT PROTOCOL

12.1. Admission & Allotment in Colleges: Allotment of seats in all colleges will
be college/institution wise.

12.2. Allotment in Colleges to Candidates with multiple claims under


Mandatory Quota : All candidates included in the Rank lists are eligible
for allotment under State Merit (SM). Candidates might be entitled for
other reservation quotas also under Mandatory Reservation. For
example, a candidate may have the benefit of SEBC reservation
(EZ/MU/BH/LC/BX) or Scheduled Caste (SC) or Scheduled Tribe (ST)
claim. The seats will be offered on the hierarchy of quotas.

The hierarchy in order is as follows :

(i) State Merit (SM) – All candidates included in the Rank Lists are
eligible for allotment under State Merit.
(ii) Communal Reservation (SEBC/SC/ST).

A candidate without SEBC/SC/ST reservation benefit will be considered


only against the „State Merit‟ seats wherever available at the time of
allotment. Such candidates will be allotted a seat as per the availability
of seats.

12.3. Allotment under reservations for Persons with Disabilities: Candidates


may be eligible for reservation benefits under „Persons with Disabilities‟ in
Govt. and Aided Colleges. Such allotments will be made to the
colleges where the seats have been identified.

13 FEE

13.1. Fee for the various courses in Government/Aided/Self Financing


Colleges for the admission to 2010 batch will be mentioned in the
allotment slip.

13.2. Candidates belonging to SC/ST communities allotted against merit


seats or against the seats reserved for them are exempted from
payment of fee. Candidates belonging to OEC admitted against
merit seats or against the un-availed seats of SC/ST are exempted
from payment of fee (As per G.O.(Ms) No.14/2005/SCSTDD dated
5.4.2005 & G.O.(Ms) No.36/07/SCSTDD dated 03.07.2007).
Candidates belonging to OEC admitted to Government seats
through SEBC reservation are also exempted from payment of fee.
(As per G.O.(Ms) No.50/2006/SCSTDD dated 22.09.2006).

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13.3. Claim for fee concession to OEC Candidates : Candidates
belonging to Other Eligible Communities (OEC) are exempted from
payment of fee at the time of allotment to Post Graduate Courses
under Government/Community quota irrespective of annual family
income as per G.O.(Ms) No.36/07/SCSTDD dated 03.07.2007. They
should provide Community Certificate from the Village Officer
along with the Application Form, in order to avail this benefit.

13.4. SC/ST/OEC candidates will have to pay the „Caution Deposit‟ as per
rules.

14 PAYMENT OF FEE ;

14.1 The fee for a course allotted to the candidate will have to be paid in
the prescribed method only within the stipulated time, at specified
branches of the bank notified (refer clause 8.2.1.). If a candidate
moves to another course, the fee for which is higher than the fee
applicable for the course allotted earlier, the balance will have to
be remitted. Candidates getting fresh allotment also will have to
remit the fees applicable. The fee so collected from the candidates
will be transferred to the University.

14.2 Excess fee, if any, collected from candidates will be refunded. The
amount of fee/excess fee collected will be refunded to the
candidates only after the closing of admissions for the year. The
candidates need not submit any individual request in this regard.
No interest will be paid to the candidate on the balance amount
due to him/her.

15 OTHER ITEMS

15.1 The whole process of allotment to the PG Courses will be done by the
Mahatma Gandhi University.

15.2 University will not entertain any request for change of any date fixed
in the Centralised Allotment Process/Admission from time to time.

The "Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has directed that if any incident of
ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the student concerned shall
be given liberty to explain and if his explanation is not found satisfactory,
the authority would expel him from the institution

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ANNEXURE I (a)
[As Amended by The Constitution (Scheduled Castes) Orders (Second Amendment) Act, 2002 [Act 61 of2002) Vide Part VIII
- Kerala Schedule 1 Notified in the Gazette of India dated 18.12.2002,
The Constitution (Scheduled Castes) Order (Amendment) Act 2007]
[See Clause 5.4.3 (a)]

1. Adi Andhra 38. Xxx

2. Adi Dravida 39. Moger (other than

3. Adi Karnataka Mogeyar) Mundala

4. Ajila 40. Nalakeyava

5. Arunthathiyar 41. Nalkadaya

6. Ayyanavar 42. Nayadi

7. Baira 43. xxx

8. Bakuda 44. Pallan

9. xxx 45. Palluvan

10. Bathada 46. Pambada

11. xxx 47. Panan

12. Bharathar (Other than Parathar), Paravan 48. xxx

13. xxx 49. Paraiyan, Parayan, Sambavar,


Sambavan, Sambava, Paraya,
14. Chakkiliyan Paraiya, Parayar
15. Chamar, Muchi 50. xxx
16. Chandala 51. xxx
17. Cheruman 52. xxx
18. Domban 53. Pulayan, Cheramar, Pulaya, Pulayar,
19. xxx Cherama, Cheraman, Wayanad Pulayan,
20. xxx Wayanadan Pulayan, Matha, Matha
Pulayan
21. xxx
54. xxx
22. Gosangi
55. Puthiri
23. Hasla
56. Vanna
24. Holeya
57. Raneyar
25. Kadaiyan
58. Samagara
26. Kakkalan, Kakkan
59. Samban
27. Kalladi
60. Semman, Chemman, Chemmar
28. Kanakkan, Padanna,
61. Thandan (excluding Ezhuvas and Thiyyas
Padannan who a known as Thandan, in the erstwhile
29. xxx Cochin and Malabar areas) and
(Carpenters who are known Thachan, in the
30. Kavara (other than Telugu speaking or Tamil
erstwhile Cochin and TravancorE State)
speaking Balija Kavarai, Gavara, Gavarai,
62. Thoti
Gavarai Naidu, Balija Naidu, Gajalu Balija or
Valai Chetty) 63. Vallon

31. Koosa 64. Valluvan

32. Kootan 65. xxx

33. Koodan 66. xxx

34. Kuravar, Sidhanar, Maila, Kurava, Sidhana 67. Vetan

35. Maila 68. Vettuvan, Pulaya Vettuvan (in the areas of

36. Malayan [In the areas comprising the eastwhile Cochin State only)

Malabar District as specified by Sub-section 69. Nerian

(2) of Section 5 of the State Re-organization


Act. 1956 (37 of 1956)]
37. xxx

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ANNEXURE –I (b)

LIST OF SCHEDULED TRIBES (ST)


[As Amended by The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Orders (Amendment) Act, 2002 (Act 10 of 2003) Vide Part-VII
Kerala - Second Schedule Notified in the Gazette of India dated 8.1.2(03)
[See Clause 5.4.3 (a)]

1. Adiyan n
2. Arandan [Arandanan) 24. Malasar
3. Eraval/an 25. [Malayan, Nattu Malayan, Konga Malayan
4. Hill Pulaya, Mala Pulayan, Kurumba Pulayan, (excluding the areas comprising the
Kuravazhi Pulayan, Pamba Pulayan Kasaragod, Kannur, Wayanad and Kozhikode
5. Irular, Irulan Districts)
6. Kadar [Wayanad Kadar) 26. Malayarayar
7. xxx 27. Mannan
8. Kanikkaran, Kanikkar 28. xxx
9. Kattunayakan 29. Muthuvan, Mudugar, Muduvan
10. [Kochuvelan) 30. Palleyan, Palliyan, Palliyar, Paliyan
11. xxx 31. xxx
12. xxx 32. xxx
13. Koraga 33. Paniyan
14. xxx 34. Ulladan, [Ullatan)
15. Kudiya, Melakudi 35. Uraly
16. Kurichchan [Kurichiyan) 36. Mala Vettuvan(in Kasaragod & Kannur districts)
17. Kurumans, Mul/u Kuruman, Mulla Kuruman, 37. Ten Kurumban, Jenu Kurumban
Mala Kuruman 38. Thachanadan,
18. Kurumbas, [Kurumbar, Kurumban) ThachanadanMoopan
19. Maha Malasar 39. Cholanaickan
20. Malai Arayan [Mala Arayan) 40. Mavilan
21. Malai Pandaram 41. Karimpalan
22. Malai Vedan [Malavedan) 42. Yetta Kuruman
43. Mala Panikkar
23. Malakkurava

ANNEXURE - I (c)
LIST OF OTHER ELIGIBLE COMMUNITIES (OEC) [See Clause 5.4.3(f))

1. Chemman/Chemmar 25. Malayalar


2. Madiga 26. Malapanicker
3. Pul/uvan 27. Urindavan
4. Thachar (other than Carpenter 28. Marati
throughout State excluding the 29. Pulaya Vettuvan (except in the areas
erstwhile Malabar area)
of
5. Chakkamar
30. erstwhile Cochin State)
6. Varnavar
7. Kudumbi
8. Dheevara/Dheevaran, Arayan, Valan,
Nulayan,
9. Mukkuvan, Arayavathi, Valinjiar,
Paniakkal,
10. Mokaya, Bovi, Mogayar and Megavirar
11. Peruvannan
12. Scheduled Castes converts.
13. Kusavan including Kusavar, Kulalan,
14. Kumbaran, Velaan, Odan, Andhra
Nair, Anthru Nair
15. Malayan, (Konga-Malayan, Pani
Malayan (in the erstwhile Malabar area
alone)
16. Pathiyan (other than Dhobies)
17. Allar (Alan)
18. Malavettuvan
19. Malamuthan
20. KunduVadiyan
21. Thachanadan Moopan
22. Wayanad Kadar
23. Kalanadi
24. Chingathan

26
ANNEXURE -I (d)
LIST OF SOCIALLY AND EDUCATIONALLY BACKWARD CLASSES (SEBC) [Vide G.O.(P) 208/66/Edn. dated 02-5-1966] [See
Clause 5.4.2]
I. Ezhavas including Ezhavas, Thiyyas, Ishuvan, Izhuvan, lIIuvan and Billava
II. Muslims (all sections following Islam)
III. Latin Catholics other than Anglo-Indians
IV. Other Backward Christians
V. SIUC
VI. Converts from Scheduled Castes to Christianity
VII. Other Backward Hindus
34. Korachas
1. Agasa 35. Kammalas including Viswakarmala,
2. Arayas including Valan, Mukkuvan, Mukaya, Karuvan, Kamsalas, Viswakarmas,
Mogayan, Arayan, Bovies, Kharvi, Nulayan, Pandikammala, Malayal-Kammala,
and Arayavathi Kannan, Moosari, Kalthachan, Kallasari,
3. Aremahrati Perumkollen, Kollan, Thattan,
4. Arya including DheevaralDheevaran Atagara, Pandithattan, Thachan, Asari, Villasan,
Devanga, Kaikolan, (Sengunthar) Pattarya, Vilkurup, Viswabrahmins, Kitara,
Saliyas (Padmasali, Pattusali, Thogatta, Chaptegara.
Karanibhakatula, Senapathula, Sali, Sale, 36. Kannadiyans
Karikalabhakulu, Chaliya) Sourashtra, Khatri, 37. Kavuthiyan
Patnukaran, lIIathu Pillai, Illa Veil alar, IIlathar 38. Kavudiyaru
5. Bestha 39. Kelasi or Kalasi Panicker
6. Bhandari or 40. Koppala Velamas
Bhondari 41. Krishnanvaka
7. Boya 42. Kuruba
8. Boyan 43. Kurumba
9. Chavalakk 44. Maravan (Maravar)
aran 45. Madivala
10. Chakkala (Chakkala 46. Maruthuvar
Nair) 47. Mahratta (Non-Brahman)
11. Devadiga 48. Melakudi (Kudiyan)
12. Ezhavathi (Vathi) 49. Mogaveera
13. Ezhuthachan, 50. Moili
Kadupattan 51. Mukhari
14. Gudigara 52. Modibanda
15. Galada Konkani 53. Moovari
16. Ganjam Reddies 54. Moniagar
17. Gatti 55. Naicken including Tholuva Naicker and
18. Gowda Vettilakkara Naicker
19. Ganika including 56. Padyachi (Villayankuppam)
Nagavamsom 57. Palli
20. Hegde 58. Panniyar or Pannayar
21. Hindu Nadar 59. Parkavakulam (Surithiman, Malayaman,
22. Idiga including Nathaman, Moopanar and Nainar)
Settibalija 60. Rajapuri
23. Jangam 61. Sakravar (Kavathi)
24. Jogi 62. Senaithalaivar, Elavania, Senaikudayam
25. Jhetty 63. Sadhu Chetty including Telugu Chetty or 24
26. Kanisu or Kaniyar-Panicker, Kaniyan, Manai Telugu Chetty and Wynadan Chetty
Kanisan, Kannian or Kani, Ganaka 64. Tholkolan
27. Kudumbi 65. Thottiyan
28. Kalarikurup or Kalari 66. Uppara (Sagara)
Panicker 67. Ural Goundan
29. Kerala Muthali 68. Valaiyan
30. Kusavan including Kulala, Kumbaran, 69. Vada Balija
Odan, Oudan (Donga) Odda (Vodde or 70. Vakkaliga
Vadde or Veddai) Velaan, Andhra Nair, 71. Vaduvan(Vadugan)
Anthuru Nair. 72. Veera Saivas (Pandaram, Vairavi, Vairagi,
31. Kalavanthula Yogeeswar, Matapathi and Yogi)
32. Kallan including Isanattu 73. Veluthedathu Nair including Vannathan,
Kallar Veluthedan and Rajaka
33. Kabera 74. Vilakkithala Nair including Vilakkathalavan,
Ambattan Pranopakari, Pandithar and 77. Chakkamar
Nusuvan 78. Mogers of Kasaragod Taluk
75. Vaniya including Vanika, Vanika Vaisya, 79. Maratis of Hosdurg Taluk
Vaisya Chetty, Vanibha Chetty, Ayiravar 80. Paravans of Malabar area excluding
Nagarathar, Vaniyan including Vanika, Kasaragod Taluk
Vanika Vaisya, Vaisya Chetty, Vanibha 81. Peruvannan (Varnavar
Chetty, Ayiravar Nagarathar, Vaniyan
76. Yadava including Kolaya, Ayar, Mayar,
Maniyani Eruman, Golla and Kolaries

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Annexure II (a)
LIST OF GOVERNMENT COLLEGES TO WHICH ADMISSIONS ARE TO BE MADE UNDER THE
CENTRALISED ALLOTMENT PROCESS OF P.G. ADMISSIONS AND THE SUBJECTS OFFERED IN EACH
INSTITUTION
:
Sl.No Name of College Courses Sancti Margina Total CAP
oned l Seats Gen SC/ST SCBC Economic
Seats Increase ally
Backward
among
Forward
Communiti
es
1. Government College, M.A. Economics 15 3 18 9 4
Nattakom-686 013 M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15 8 3
M.Sc. Geology 10 2 12 6 2
2. Maharajas College, MA Malayalam 20 20 10 4
Ernakulam-682 011, MA English 18 18 9 4
MA Hindi 12 3 15
8 3

Will be finalized only after the verification of application forms


MA Sanskrit (General) 12 12 6 2

Will be finalized only after the verification of application form


MA Arabic 10 3 13 7 3
MA Economics 15 15 8 3
MA History 16 4 20 10 4
MA Islamic History 15 15 8 3
MA Politics 25 25 13 5
MA Philosophy 20 20 10 4
M.Sc. Mathematics 20 20 10 4
M.Sc. Physics 16 4 20 10 4
Branch V: (A) Applied 6 6
Chemistry (Oils Fats and
Aromatics) 3 1
Branch V: (B) Applied 6 6
Chemistry (Pharmaceutical
Chemistry) 3 1
Branch III: Chemistry 10 10 5 2
M.Sc. Botany 10 10 5 2
M.Sc. Zoology 8 2 10 5 2
M.Sc. Statistics 10 3 13 7 3
Branch IV: (A) Analytical 12 12
Chemistry 6 2
3. Government College, M.Com 15 4 19 10 4
Oliapuram P.O., Branch V: (B) Applied 12 2 14
Manimalakunnu, Chemistry (Pharmaceutical
Koothattukulam-686 679 Chemistry) 7 3
4. Government College, Ma Malayalam 12 3 15
Kattappana-685 508 8 3
5. Government Sanskrit MA Sanskrit Special- Nyaya 5 1 6 3 1
College, Tripunithura-682 MA Sanskrit Special- 5 1 6
031. Vyakarana, 3 1
MA Sanskrit Special- Sahitya 5 2 7 4 1

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Annexure –II (b)
LIST OF AIDED COLLEGES TO WHICH ADMISSIONS ARE TO BE MADE UNDER THE CENTRALISED
ALLOTMENT PROCESS OF P.G. ADMISSIONS AND THE SUBJECTS OFFERED IN EACH INSTITUTION
KOTTAYAM DISTRICT :
SC – 15%; ST-5%
Sl.No Name of College Courses Sanctioned Seats Marginal Total CAP
Aided Un Increase Seats Gen SC/ST Total
aided /Res
1 Alphonsa College, Pala – M.A. Political Science 15 4 19 9 4 13
686 574. M.Sc. Zoology 10 3 13 6 3 9
2 Assumption College, M.Sc. Physics 12 12
Changanacherry-686 101 7 2 9
3 B.C.M. College for M.Sc. Mathematics 25 6 31
Women, Kottayam-686
001 16 6 22
4 Baselius College, M.A. English 20 5 25 12 5 17
Kottayam-686 001 M.A. Economics 15 4 19 9 4 13
Branch III: Chemistry 16 4 20 10 4 14
M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15 7 3 10
M.Com 15 ` 4 19 9 4 13
5 Bishop Kurialacherry M.A. Economics 15 4 19
College for Women,
Amalagiri P.O.,
Kottayam-686 036. 9 4 13
6 C M S College, M.A. English 25 25 12 5 17
Kottayam-686 001 M.A. Sociology 25 25
12 5 17
M.Sc. Mathematics 25 25 12 5 17
M.Sc. Physics 15 15 7 3 10
M.Sc. Applied Physics 10 10 5 2 7
Branch III: Chemistry 15 15 7 3 10
Branch IV: (A) Analytical 15 15
Chemistry 7 3 10
Branch V: (A) Applied 15 15
Chemistry (Oils Fats and
Aromatics) 7 3 10
M.Sc. Botany 10 10 5 2 7
M.Sc. Zoology 10 10 5 2 7
M.Com 15 15
7 3 10
7 Devamatha College, M.A. English 15 4 19 9 4 13
Kuravilangad – 686 633. M.A. Malayalam 12 3 15 7 3 10
M.Com. 15 4 19 9 4 13
8 Devaswom Board M.A. Malayalam 15 3 18 8 4 12
College, M.Sc. Mathematics 20 4 24 12 5 17
Thalayolaparambu-686 M.Sc. Physics 10 2 12 7 2 9
605 M.Sc. Chemistry 12 2 14 7 3 10
9 Henry Baker College, M.Com 12 3 15
Melukavu-686 652
7 3 10
10 Kuriakose Elias College, M.A. Economics 15 15 7 3 10
Mannanam-686 561 M.Sc. Physics 10 2 12 7 2 9
Branch IV: (A) Analytical 12 12
Chemistry 7 2 9
M.Sc. Applied Statistics with 12 12
Computer Applications 7 2 9
M.Com. 15 15 7 3 10
11 Kuriakose Gregorios M.Com 15 4 19 13
College, Pampady-686
502.

9 4

30
12 N.S.S. Hindu College, M.A. Malayalam 15 4 19 9 4 13
Changanacherry-686 102 M.A. Hindi 15 4 19 9 4 13
M.A. Economics 15 4 19 9 4 13
M.A. History 15 4 19 9 4 13
M.A. Political Science 15 4 19 9 4 13
M.A. English 12 3 15 7 3 10
M.Sc. Mathematics 15 4 19 9 4 13
M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15 7 3 10
Branch III: Chemistry 10 3 13 6 3 9
M.Sc. Zoology 12 3 15 7 3 10
M.Com 15 4 19 9 4 13
13 S.B. College, M.A. English 20 20 10 4 14
Changanacherry-686 101 M.A. Malayalam 25 25 12 5 17
M.A. Economics 25 25 12 5 17
M.Sc. Mathematics 25 25 12 5 17
M.Sc. Physics 23 23 11 5 16
M.Sc. Physics (Non 12 12
conventional Energy) 7 2 9
Branch III: Chemistry 23 23 11 5 16
Branch IV: (A) Analytical 12 12
Chemistry 7 2 9
Branch IV: (B) Polymer 10 10
Chemistry 5 2 7
M.Sc. Botany 23 23 11 5 16
M.Sc. Zoology 25 25 12 5 17
M.Com 15 4 19 9 4 13

Sl. Name of College Courses Sanctioned Margina Total CAP


No Seats l Seats
Aided Un Increase Gen SC/ST/ Total
aide Res
d
14 Sree Vidyadhi Raja N.S.S. M.A. Economics 15 4 19 9 4 13
College, Vazhoor-686 505 M.Sc. Mathematics 15 4 19 9 4 13
M.Sc. Botany 10 3 13 6 3 9
M.Com 15 4 19 9 4 13
15 St. Dominic‟s College, M.A. Economics 15 15 7 3 10
Kanjirappally-686 512 M.Sc. Mathematics 10 10 5 2 7
Branch III: Chemistry 10 10 5 2 7
M.Com 15 15 7 3 10
16 St. George‟s College, M.Sc. Physics 10 2 12 7 2 9
Aruvithura-686 122 Branch III: Chemistry 10 2 12 7 2 9
17 St. Mary‟s College, Malam Branch III: Chemistry 10 3 13
P.O., Manarcaud-686 031. 6 3 9
18 St. Stephen‟s College, M.Sc. Physics 10 3 13 6 3 9
Uzhavoor – 686 634 M.Com 15 4 19
9 4 13
19 St. Thomas College, Pala-686 M.A. Malayalam 15 4 19 9 4 13
674 M.A. English 25 25 12 5 17
M.A. Hindi 25 6 31 16 6 22
M.A. Economics 25 25 12 5 17
M.A. Political Science 25 25 12 5 17
M.Sc. Mathematics 15 15 7 3 10
M.Sc. Statistics 15 4 19 9 4 13
M.Sc. Physics 18 18 8 4 12
Branch III: Chemistry 20 20 10 4 14
M.Sc. Botany 12 12 7 2 9
M.Com. 15 4 19 9 4 13

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ERNAKULAM DISTRICT

Sl.No. Name of College Courses Sanctioned Seats Marginal Total CAP


Increase
Aide Un Gen SC/ST/ Total
d aided Res
1 Al-Ameen College, Edathala M.Com 15 4 19
North P.O., aluva-683 564
Backward Community
College 9 4 13
2 Aquinas College, Edacochin- M.Sc. Physics 10 10
682 006
Backward Community
College 4 2 6
3 Bharata Mata College, M.Sc. Mathematics 10 3 13
Trikkakara-682 021. 6 3 9
Branch V: (B) Applied Chemistry 10 3 13
(Pharmaceutical Chemistry) 6 3 9
M. Com 15 4 19
9 4 13
4 Cochin College, Cochin-682 M.Com 15 4 19
002. 9 4 13
M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15
7 3 10
5 Mar Athanasius College, MA Economics 15 4 19
Kothamangalam-686 666 9 4 13
MA English 15 4 19
9 4 13
M.Sc. Mathematics 15 4 19
9 4 13
M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15
7 3 10
Branch III: Chemistry 10 3 13
6 3 9
M.Com 15 4 19 13

9 4
6 Morning Star Home Science Branch X: Home Science (D) Family 12 12
College, Angamali-683 573 and Community Science 7 2 9
7 Nirmala College, MA Malayalam 15 4 19
Muvattupuzha-686 661. 9 4 13
MA Hindi 15 4 19
9 4 13
MA Economics 15 4 19
9 4 13
M.Sc. Statistics 15 4 19
9 4 13
Branch III: Chemistry 10 3 13
6 3 9
M.Sc. Zoology 12 3 15
7 3 10
M.Com 15 4 19 13

9 4
8 S H College, Thevara-682 013 MA English 15 15
7 3 10
MA Economics 20 2 22
6 5 11
M.Sc. Mathematics 12 3 15
6 3 9
M.Sc. Physics 10 2 12
7 2 9

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Sl.No. Name of College Courses Sanctioned Seats Marginal Total CAP
Increase
Aide Un Gen SC/ST/ Total
d aided Res
Branch III: Chemistry 18 18
8 4 12
M.Sc. Botany 12 12
7 2 9
M.Sc. Zoology 10 10
5 2 7
Branch V: (B) Applied Chemistry 12 12
(Pharmaceutical Chemistry) 7 2 9
M.Com 20 5 25
10 5 15
9 S N M College, Maliankara- MA Economics 15 4 19
683 516 7 4 11
Backward Community M.Sc. Mathematics 10 3 13
College 4 3 7
M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15
6 3 9
Branch III: Chemistry 12 3 15
6 3 9
M.Sc. Botany 12 3 15
6 3 9
10 SSV College, MA History 15 4 19
Valayanchirangara,
Perumbavoor-683 556 9 4 13
11 Sree Sankara College, MA Sanskrit (Vedanta) 10 3 13
Kalady-683 574. 6 3 9
MA Economics 12 3 15
7 3 10
MA English 15 4 19
9 4 13
M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15
7 3 10
Branch V: (A) Applied Chemistry 12 3 15
(Oils Fats and Aromatics) 7 3 10
M.Com 15 4 19 13
9 4
12 St. Albert‟s College, M.Sc. Mathematics 15 15
Ernakulam-682 018. 6 3 9
Backward Community M.Sc. Physics 10 10
College 4 2 6
Branch III: Chemistry 10 10
4 2 6
M.Sc. Botany 10 10
4 2 6
M.Com 15 15
6 3 9
13 St. Paul‟s College, MA Economics 15 15
Kalamassery-683 503 6 3 9
Backward Community M.Sc. Mathematics 10 10
College 4 2 6
M.Sc. Physics 12 12
6 2 8
M.Com 15 15 9
6 3
14 St. Peter‟s College, MA English 15 4 19
9 4 13
Kolencherry-682 311
M.Sc. Mathematics 15 15
7 3 10
M.Sc. Botany 10 10
5 2 7
M.Com 15 4 19
9 4 13
15 St. Teresa‟s College, MA Sociology 20 5 25
Ernakulam-682 011 10 5 15
Backward Community MA Economics 15 4 19
7 4 11

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Sl.No. Name of College Courses Sanctioned Seats Marginal Total CAP
Increase
Aide Un Gen SC/ST/ Total
d aided Res
College MA English 15 4 19
7 4 11
M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15
6 3 9
M.Sc. Botany 12 3 15
6 3 9
Branch X: Home Science (B) Family 10 3 13
Resource Management 4 3 7
Branch X: Home Science (A) Child 10 3 13
Development 4 3 7
Branch X: Home Science (C) Food 12 3 15
and Nutrition 6 3 9
16 St. Xavier‟s College for M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15
Women, Aluva-683 101 6 3 9
Backward Community MA English 15 4 19
College 7 4 11
M.Com 15 4 19
7 4 11
17 U.C. College, Aluva-683 102 MA English 15 4 19
9 4 13
MA Malayalam 15 4 19
9 4 13
MA History 15 2 17
9 3 12
MA Economics 15 4 19
9 4 13
MA Psychology 15 15
7 3 10
M.Sc. Mathematics 15 15
7 3 10
M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15
7 3 10
Branch III: Chemistry 10 10
5 2 7
M.Sc. Botany 10 2 12
7 2 9

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IDUKKI DISTRICT

Sl.No Name of College Courses Sanctioned Seats Marginal Total CAP


Increase

Aided Un Gen SC/ST Total

aided
2 MES College, M.Sc. Operations 10 3 13
Nedumkandam-685 553 Research & Computer
Backward Community College Applications 4 3 7
4 Newman College, MA English 15 4 19 9 4 13
Thodupuzha -685 585 M.Sc. Mathematics 15 4 19 9 4 13
M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15 7 3 10
Branch III: Chemistry 12 3 15 7 3 10
M.Com 15 4 19 9 4 13
5 Pavanatma College, M.Com 15 4 19 4
Murickasssery-685 604 9 13
6 St. Joseph‟s College, M.Sc. Branch III: 10 2 12
Moolamattom-685 591 Chemistry 7 2 9

PATHANAMTHITTA DISTRICT

Sl.No Name of College Courses Sanctioned Seats Marginal Total CAP


Increase
Aided Un Gen SC/ST Total

aided
1 Bishop Abraham M.Com 15 4 19
9 4 13
Memorial College,
Branch V: (A) Applied 12 3 15
Thuruthicad-689 597 Chemistry (Oils Fats and
Aromatics) 7 3 10
2 Catholicate College, MA Malayalam 20 5 25
12 5 17
Pathanamthitta-689 645
MA English 12 3 15
7 3 10
MA Hindi 10 3 13
6 3 9
MA History 10 3 13
6 3 9
M.Sc. Mathematics 15 4 19
9 4 13
M.Sc. Physics 12 3 15
7 3 10
M.Sc. Physics - Material 10 3 13
Science
6 3 9
Branch IV: (B) Polymer 10 3 13
Chemistry 6 3 9
M.Sc. Botany 10 3 13
6 3 9
M.Sc. Zoology 10 3 13
6 3 9

35
Sl.No Name of College Courses Sanctioned Seats Marginal Total CAP
Increase
Aided Un Gen SC/ST Total

aided
Branch IV: (A) 10 3 13
Analytical Chemistry 6 3 9
3 D B Pampa College, M.Sc. Mathematics 15 4 19
9 4 13
Parumala-689 628 M.Sc. Physics 10 3 13
6 3 9
Branch III: Chemistry 12 3 15
7 3 10
4 Mar Thoma College, MA English 15 3 18
8 4 12
Tiruvalla-689 103
MA Economics 15 3 18
8 4 12
M.Sc. Mathematics 20 5 25
12 5 17
M.Sc. Physics 10 3 13
6 3 9
Branch III: Chemistry 12 3 15
7 3 10
Branch IV: (A) 12 3 15
Analytical Chemistry 7 3 10
M.Sc. Botany 8 2 10
5 2 7
M.Sc. Zoology 10 3 13
6 3 9
6 St. Thomas College, MA English 15 3 18
8 4 12
Kozhencherry-689 641
MA Economics 15 15
7 3 10
M.Sc. Mathematics 15 3 18
8 4 12
M.Sc. Physics 10 2 12
7 2 9
Branch IV: (A) 10 10
Analytical Chemistry 5 2 7
M.Sc. Botany 12 12
7 2 9
M.Sc. Zoology 8 2 10
5 2 7
M.Com 15 3 18
8 4 12
7 St. Thomas College, M.Sc. Physics 12 12
7 2 9
Ranni-689 673
Branch III: Chemistry 12 12
7 2 9
M.Com 12 12
7 2 9

ALAPPUZHA DISTRICT

Sl. Name of College Courses Sanctioned Seats Marginal Total CAP


No. Increase
Aided Un Gen SC/ST Total

aided
1 St. Aloysius College, M.Sc. Mathematics 10 3 13
6 3 9
Edathua-689 573
M.Sc. Physics 10 3 13
6 3 9
M.Com 15 4 19
9 4 13

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37
Annexure II (c)
LIST OF SELF FINANCING COLLEGES TO WHICH ADMISSIONS ARE TO BE MADE UNDER THE CENTRALISED ALLOTMENT
PROCESS OF P.G. ADMISSIONS AND THE SUBJECTS OFFERED IN EACH INSTITUTION

KOTTAYAM DISTRICT
Self Financing courses in Aided Colleges
Sl.No Name of College Courses Sancti Mar Total CAP
oned gina Seats Gen SC ST Ezhava Musli LC OBX OBH Total
Seats l theeya ms
Incr ballava
eas
e

1 Alphonsa College, Pala – M.Sc. Clinical Nutrition & 20 5 25


686 574. dietetics (SF) 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
2 Assumption College, M.Sc. Computer Science (SF) 25 25 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
Changanacherry-686 101 M.Sc. Home Science – Food 20 20
Service Management &
Dietetics (SF) 6 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 10
M.A. History (SF) 15 15 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 7
M.A. English (SF) 30 30 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
3 B.C.M. College for Women, M.Sc. Child Development (SF) 10 10
Kottayam-686 001 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5
4 Bishop Kurialacherry M.A. English (SF) 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
College for Women, M.Sc. Chemistry (SF) 20 4 24
Amalagiri P.O., Kottayam-
686 036. 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
5 C M S College, Kottayam- M.Sc. Home Science – XE Food
686 001 Service Management &
Dietetics (SF) 20 20 6 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 10
6 Devamatha College, M.Sc. Chemistry (SF) 20 5 25 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
Kuravilangad – 686 633. M.Sc. Physics (SF) 20 5 25 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
M.Sc. Botany (SF) 20 5 25 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
7 KE College, Mannanam M.Sc. Mathematics (SF) 30 30 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
8 Kuriakose Gregorios M.Sc. Physics (SF) 20 5 25
College, Pampady-686 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
Sl.No Name of College Courses Un Margina Total CAP
aide l Seats
Gen SC ST Ezhava Musli LC OBX OBH Total
d Increase
theeya ms
ballava
9 St. George‟s College, M.Sc. Mathematics (SF) 30 30 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
Aruvithura-686 122 M.Com (SF) 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
10 St. Mary‟s College, Malam M.Com (SF) 30 30 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
P.O., Manarcaud-686 031. M.Sc. zoology (SF) 20 20 6 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 10
11 St. Stephen‟s College, M.Sc. Computer Science (SF) 30 8 38
Uzhavoor – 686 634 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
12 SB College, M LiSc 30 30
Changanacherry 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15

ERNAKULAM DISTRICT

Sl.No Name of College Courses Un Margin Total CAP


. aided al
Increa Gen SC ST Ezhava Muslims LC OBX OBH Total
se theeya
ballava
1 Al-Ameen College, M.Sc. Physics (SF) 20 5 25
Edathala North P.O., aluva-
683 564 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
2 Baselius Poulose II M.Sc. Computer Science (SF) 30 8 38
Catholicos College, 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
Piravom-686 664. M.Sc. Electronics (SF) 30 8 38
12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
3 Cochin College, Cochin- M.Sc. Chemistry (SF) 20 5 25
682 002. 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
4 MES College, Marampally, M.Sc. Electronics (SF) 30 8 38
North Vazhakulam, 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
Alwaye-683 107 M.Com (SF) 30 8 38
12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
5 Mar Thoma College for M.Sc. Zoology (SF) 20 5 25
Women, Perumbavoor-683
542 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
6 Morning Star Home Science M.Sc. Zoology (SF) 20 20
College, Angamali-683 573
6 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 10
7 SH College, Thevara M Sc Aqua culture 20 4 24
8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12

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Sl.No. Name of College Courses Sanctio Marginal Total CAP
ned Increase
Seats
Gen SC ST Ezhava Muslims LC OB OBH Total
theeya X
ballava
8 S N M College, Maliankara- M.Sc. Zoology (SF) 20 5 25
683 516 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
M.Com (SF) 30 8 38
12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
9 SSV College, M.Com (SF) 30 8 38
Valayanchirangara,
Perumbavoor-683 556 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
10 St. Albert‟s College, M.Sc. Zoology (SF) 20 20
Ernakulam-682 018. 6 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 10
MA English (SF) 30 30
11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
11 St. Paul‟s College, MA English (SF) 30 30
Kalamassery-683 503 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
M.Sc. Branch III Chemistry (SF) 20 20
6 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 10

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IDUKKI DISTRICT

Sl.No Name of College Courses Sanctio Marginal Total CAP


ned Increase
Seats Gen SC ST Ezhava Muslims LC OBX OBH Total
theeya
ballava
Un
aided
1 MES College, Nedumkandam-685 M.Sc. Mathematics (SF) 30 8 38
12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
553
M.Sc. Physics (SF) 20 5 25
8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
M.Com (SF) 30 8 38
12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
2 Pavanatma College, M.Sc. Chemistry (SF) 20 5 25
Murickasssery-685 604 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
3 Marian College, Kuttikkanam M Com (SF) 25 6 31
11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15

PATHANAMTHITTA DIST

Sl.No Name of College Courses Sanction Margina Total CAP


ed Seats l
Un Increase Gen SC ST Ezhava Musli LC OBX OBH Total
aided theeya ms
ballava
1 Bishop Abraham Memorial M.Sc. Botany (SF) 20 20
College, Thuruthicad-689 597 6 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 10
M.Sc. Physics (SF) 20 20
6 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 10
2 Catholicate College, M.Com (SF) 30 30
Pathanamthitta-689 645 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
3 Sahodaran Ayyappan Smaraka M.Sc. Computer Science 25 6 31
SNDP College, Konni-689 649 (SF) 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
M.Sc. Physics (SF) 20 5 25
8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
M.Com (SF) 20 5 25
8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12

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II. UNAIDED/SELF FINANCING ARTS & SCIENCE COLLEGES:

(The Courses offered in the Colleges are unaided)

Sl.No. Name of College Courses Sanction Margina Total CAP


ed seats l Seats Gen SC ST Ezhava Muslims LC OBX OBH Total
Increase theeya
ballava
1 Baselios Poulose Second M.Com – Finance 30 8 38
College, Piramadom,
Ernakulam-686 667 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
2 Bishop Vayalil Memorial Holy M.Sc. Mathematics 30 30 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
Cross College, Cherpunkal M.Sc. Computer 25 6 31
P.O., Kottayam-686 584 Science 10 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
4 College of Applied Sciences, M.Sc. Electronics 30 30
IHRD, Mallappally West,
Pathanamthitta Dist 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
College of Applied Sciences, M.Sc. Computer 30 30
5 IHRD, Kattappana, Idukki-685 Science 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
508 M.Sc. Electronics 30 30 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
College of Applied Sciences, M.Sc. Electronics 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
6 IHRD, Puthuppally, Kottayam- M.Sc. Computer 30 8 38
686 034 Science 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
College of Applied Sciences, M.Sc. Electronics 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
7 IHRD, Thodupuzha. Idukki M.Sc. Computer 30 8 38
Science 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
Devaswom Board College, M.Sc. Electronics 30 30 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
8 Keezhoor P.O., M.Com 30 30
Thalayolaparambu.
Kottayam 686 605 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
Ettumanoorappan College, MA Malayalam 30 30 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
10 Choorakkulangara. M Sc. Mathematics 30 30 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
Ettumanoor-686 631 M.Sc. Computer 30 8 38
Science 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
M.Com 30 8 38
12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
MA English 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
Ilahia College of Arts & M.Com. Finance 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
11 Science, Pezhakappilly P.O., M.Sc. Computer 30 8 38
Muvattupuzha-686 674 Science 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
M.Sc. English 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
Indira Gandhi College of Arts M.Com 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
12 & Science, Nellikkuzhi P.O., M.Sc. Zoology 20 5 25 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
Kothamangalam M.Sc. Chemistry 20 5 25 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12

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Sl.No. Name of College Courses Sanction Margina Total CAP
M.Sc. Physics ed 20
seats 5l Seats
25 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
13 Jai Bharat Arts & Science M.Sc. Electronics 30 Increase
8 38 19
College, Vehalkkulam,
Vengola, Perumbavoor
12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1
14 Malik Deenar Arts & Science M.Com 30 8 38
College, Pallarimangalam
P.O., Ernakulam-686 671. 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
15 Mannam Memorial NSS M.Sc. Electronics 30 30
College, Konni, PTA 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
Mar Augusthinose College, M.Sc. Computer 25 6 31
16 Ramapuram, Kottayam-686 Science 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
576 M.Sc. Electronics 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
M.Com 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
17 Mar Baselios College, M.Com 30 8 38
Adimaly P.O., Ernakulam-685
561
12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
18 MES College, Kunnukara. M.Com – Computer 30 8 38
Aluva-7 Application 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
19 MES College for Advanced M.Com 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
Studies, Edathala. Aluva M.Sc. Electronics 30 30
11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
M. LI Sc 15 4 19
6 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 9

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Sl.No. Name of College Courses Sanction Margina Total CAP
ed seats l Seats Gen SC ST Ezhava Musli LC OBX OBH Total
Increase theeya ms
ballava
20 MES College, Propose P.O., M.Sc. Computer 25 25
Erumely. Kottayam-686509 Science 8 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 12
M.Sc. Electronics 30 30 10 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
M.Com 30 30 10 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
21 Presentation College of M.Com 30 30
Applied Scinece,
Puthenvelikara, Ernakulam-683
594 10 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
22 Seth Ram Bahadur Singh M.Com 30 30
Gujarati College, Kochi-682
002
10 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
23 Swami Swaswathikananda M.Sc. IT 30 8 38 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
College, Poothotta P.O., M.Com 30 8 38
Ernakulam-682 307 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
24 Yeldo Mar Baselios College, M.Com 30 8 38
Kothamangalam - 686
691 12 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19
25 Al Azhar College, M.Com 30 30
Perumpillichira PO 11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15
Thodupuzha, Idukki Dist M Sc. Electronics 30 30
11 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 15

Rotation of seats in Merit and Management quota will be implemented in colleges having odd number of seats.

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Annexure III (a)
College Codes

Sr. College Code Name of the College


No.
1. C001 BISHOP ABRAHAM MEMORIAL COLLEGE THURUTHICAD
2. C002 CATHOLICATE COLLEGE PATHANAMTHITTA
3. C003 D B PAMPA COLLEGE PARUMALA
4. C004 MARTHOMA COLLEGE KUTTAPUZHA THIRUVALLA
5. C005 SAHODARAN AIYPPAN SMARAKA SNDP COLLEGE KONNI
6. C006 ST THOMAS COLLEGE KOZHENCHERRY
7. C007 ST THOMAS COLLEGE RANNI
8. D001 ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE EDATHUA
9. E001 ALPHONSA COLLEGE PALA
10. E002 ASSUMPTION COLLEGE CHANGANACHERRY
11. E003 B C M COLLEGE NATTAKAM KOTTAYAM
12. E004 BASELIUS COLLEGE KOTTAYAM
13. E005 BISHOP KURIALACHERRY COLLEGE FOR WOMEN AMALAGIRI
14. E006 C M S COLLEGE KOTTAYAM
15. E007 DEVAMATHA COLLEGE KURAVILANGAD
16. E008 DEVASWOM BOARD COLLEGE, THALAYOLAPARAMBU
17. E009 GOVT COLLEGE KOTTAYAM
18. E010 HENRY BAKER COLLEGE MELUKAVU
19. E011 KURIAKOSE ELIAS COLLEGE MANNANAM
20. E012 KURIAKOSE GREGORIOS COLLEGE PAMPADY
21. E013 N S S HINDU COLLEGE CHANGANACHERRY
22. E014 S B COLLEGE CHANGANACHERRY
23. E015 SREE VIDYADHI RAJA NSS COLLEGE VAZHOOR
24. E016 ST DOMINICS COLLEGE KANJIRAPPALLY
25. E017 ST GEORGES COLLEGE ARUVITHURA
26. E018 ST MARYS COLLEGE MANARKAD
27. E019 ST STEPHENS COLLEGE UZHAVOOR
28. E020 ST THOMAS COLLEGE PALA
29. F001 GOVT COLLEGE KATTAPPANA
30. F003 M E S COLLEGE NEDUMKANDAM
31. F004 MARIAN COLLEGE KUTTIKANAM PEERMADE
32. F006 NEWMAN COLLEGE THODUPUZHA
33. F007 PAVANATMA COLLEGE MURICKASSERRY
34. F008 ST JOSEPHS COLLEGE MOOLAMATTOM
35. G001 AL AMEEN COLLEGE EDATHALA NORTH P O ALWAYE
36. G002 AQUINAS COLLEGE EDAKOCHI
37. G003 BASELIUS POULOSE II CATHOLICOSE COLLEGE PIRAVAM
38. G004 BHARATA MATHA COLLEGE THRIKKAKARA
39. G005 COCHIN COLLEGE KOCHI
40. G006 GOVT COLLEGE MANIMALAKUNNU KOOTHATTUKULAM
41. G008 GOVT SANSKRIT COLLEGE TRIPUNITHURA
42. G009 M E S COLLEGE MARAMPALLY VAZHAKULAM ALUVA
43. G010 MAHARAJAS COLLEGE ERNAKULAM
44. G011 MAR ATHANASIUS COLLEGE KOTHAMANGALAM
45. G012 MARTHOMA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN PERUMBAVOOR
46. G013 MORNING STAR HOME SCIENCE COLLEGE ANGAMALI
47. G014 NIRMALA COLLEGE MUVATTUPUZHA
48. G016 S H COLLEGE THEVARA
49. G017 S N M COLLEGE MALIANKARA MOOTHAKUNNAM
50. G018 S S V COLLEGE VALAYANCHIRANGARA,PERUMBAVOOR
51. G019 SREE SANKARA COLLEGE KALADY
52. G020 ST ALBERTS COLLEGE ERNAKULAM
53. G021 ST PAULS COLLEGE KALAMASSERRY
54. G022 ST PETERS COLLEGE KOLENCHERRY
55. G023 ST TERESAS COLLEGE ERNAKULAM
56. G024 ST XAVIERS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN ALUVA
57. G025 U C COLLEGE ALUVA
58. G046 M E S COLLEGE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES, EDATHALA
59. G047 M E S COLLEGE, KUNNUKARA
60.
P001 AL AZHAR COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE THODUPUZHA
61. P002 BASELIOS POULOSE SECOND COLLEGE PIRAMADOM
62. P003 BISHOP VAYALIL MEMORIAL HOLY CROSS COLLEGE CHERPUNKAL
63. P005 COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE-IHRD KATTAPPANA
64. P007 COLLEGE OF APPILIED SCIENCE-IHRD MALLAPPALLY
65. P009 COLLEGE OF APPILIED SCIENCE-IHRD PUTHUPPALLY
66. P010 COLLEGE OF APPILIED SCIENCE-IHRD THODUPUZHA
67. P012 D B COLLEGE,KEEZHOOR,THALAYOLAPARAMBU
68. P014 ETTUMANOORAPPAN COLLEGE ETTUMANOOR
69. P017 ILAHIA COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE MUVATTUPUZHA
70. P018 INDIRA GANDHI COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE KOTHAMANGALAM

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71. JAI BHARAT ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGE CHELAKULAM
P019 PERUMBAVOOR
72. P021 M E S COLLEGE ERUMELI
73. P022 MALIK DEENAR ARTS & SC.COLLEGE PALLARIMANGALAM P.O
74. P023 MANNAM MEMORIAL NSS COLLEGE KONNI
75. P024 MAR AUGUSTHINOSE COLLEGE RAMAPURAM
76. P025 MAR BASELIUS COLLEGE ADIMALI
77.
P027 PRESENTATION COLLEGE OF APPLIED SC. PUTHENVELIKARA
78. P028 SETH RAM BAHADUR SINGH GUJARATI COLLEGE KOCHI
79. P032 SWAMY SASWATHIKANANDA COLLEGE POOTHOTTA
80. P035 YELDO MAR BASELIOS COLLEGE KOTHAMANGALAM

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Annexure III (b)
Course Codes

Sr. No. Degree_Code Course_Code Course_Name


1. MS AN M Sc Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics
2. MA AA MA Economics
3. MD AA M Com
4. MA AB MA English Language and Literature
5. MS AC M Sc Physics
6. MA AD MA History
7. MA AF MA Sociology
8. MA AH MA Politics
9. MA AJ MA Philosophy
10. MA AL MA Hindi Language and Literature
11. MA AN MA Malayalam Language & Literature
12. MA AP MA Arabic Language & Literature
13. MA AR MA Islamic History
14. MA AT MA Psychology
15. MS AA M. Sc Mathematics
16. MS AD M. Sc Applied Physics
17. MS AE M. Sc Physics - Non Conventional Energy
18. MS AF M. Sc Physics - Material Science
Branch X: Home Science (A) Child
19. MS AI Development
Branch X: Home Science (B) Family Resource
20. MS AJ Management
Branch X: Home Science (C) Food and
21. MS AK Nutrition
Branch X: Home Science (D) Family and
22. MS AL Community Science
Branch X: Home Science (E) Food Service
23. MS AM Management & Dietetics
24. MS AO M. Sc Geology
25. MS AS M. Sc Zoology
M. Sc Applied Statistics with Computer
26. MS AT Applications
27. MS AU M. Sc Operations Research and Computer

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Applications
28. MS AV M. Sc Statistics
29. MS AX Branch IV: (A) Analytical Chemistry
30. MS AW Branch III: Chemistry
31. MS AY Branch IV: (B) Polymer Chemistry
Branch V: (A) Applied Chemistry (Oils Fats and
32. MS AZ Aromatics)
Branch V: (B) Applied Chemistry
33. MS BA (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
34. MS BB M. Sc Computer Science
35. MA AV MA Sanskrit General
36. MA AX MA Sanskrit Special - Nyaya
37. MA AZ MA Sanskrit Special - Sahithya
38. MA BB MA Sanskrit Special - Vyakarana
39. MA BD MA Sanskrit Special - Vedanta
40. MS BD M.Sc Electronics
41. MS BG M.Sc Aqua culture & Fish Processing
42. MS BJ M Sc Botany
43. MS BO Branch: Information Technology
44. BE AC M LI Sc

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