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General

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Eligibility

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Instructions and Guidelines to file the application form (Data Sheet)

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Instructions to fill the Application form (Data Sheet)

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Important Points

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Sample filled in application form (Data sheet) (Annexure -I)

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Name of the Examination Boards (Annexure – II)

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Vocational Subjects Code (Annexure – III)

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PROFESSIONAL COURSES ( B.E / B.TECH / B.ARCH) ADMISSIONS 2010 for the admission of students under management quota

INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

1.0.

GENERAL

1.1

Seven Associations in the State of Tamilnadu have formed a Consortium in the name of “Consortium of Self Financing Professional, Arts and Science Colleges in Tamilnadu”, where majority of the Engineering Colleges are members. The Consortium has been granted permission to admit students in undergraduate engineering courses (B.E / B.Tech / B.Arch) in various private professional colleges under the Management Quota in the state of Tamilnadu on the basis of the marks obtained by the student in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination by “Committee to Oversee the Admission made by the Consortium of Self financing Professional, Arts and Science Colleges”, Chennai vide its Proceedings No. : COA / B.E./ B.Tech. / B.Arch, / MBA / MCA / M.E., / M.Tech, / 01 / 2010 Dated : 20.04.2010

1.2

A Candidate desirous to seek admission for Professional Courses under management quota must have passed the Higher Secondary Course (HSC) examination and also those who will be appearing for the Instant Examination conducted by the State Board.

1.3

Applying to Professional Courses (B.E / B.Tech/B.Arch) Admissions 2010 under management quota does not confer on the person the right of eligibility for admission to any of the Professional Courses. The decision on the eligibility of the candidates for admission to a course entirely rests with the respective authorities.

1.4

The admission shall be made on the basis of the rank list drawn which includes the academic marks obtained in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination after normalization of marks.

1.5

Admission into every professional education institute other than minority professional educational institution shall be made following the reservation as per law in force.

1.6 The courses under the category of engineering and technology are give below.

Engineering

B.E / B.Tech / B.Arch courses in the self financing institutions affiliated to Anna University - Chennai, Anna University - Coimbatore, Anna University - Trichy, Anna University - Tirunelveli.

1.7 MODE OF SELECTION

(a) Admission to General Category : The selection of candidates will be on the basis of the marks they have obtained in the prescribed subjects in the qualifying examination.

The academic marks in the prescribed subjects will be reduced to a base of 200. (Mathematics 100, Physics + Chemistry = 100). Ranking of the candidates will be done based on the total marks to a maximum of 200.

Normalization of Marks and Inter-se Merit:

Tamil Nadu Act No.3 of 2007, dt : 5 th March,2007 and G.O. Ms.No.77, Higher Education (J2), dt. 5th April, 2007 the marks obtained by the students in the relevent subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by various Boards or Authority shall be equated with the marks obtained by the students in the same subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by the state Board of Tamil Nadu by adopting the method of normalization. (e.g) if the highest marks secured by the student of State Board of Tamil Nadu in Physics is 100 and the highest marks secured by a student of any other Board in the same subject is 90 both the highest marks will be considered to be equal to 100. If a student of the other Board secures 60 marks in Physics when the first mark in Physics in the same Board is 90, the 60 marks will be considered to be equal to 66.66 marks as arrived at below :

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100 x 60

90

= 66.66%

After normalization of marks in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by different Boards, the qualified students of different Boards shall be merged into a common merit list.

A merit list will be prepared based on the total marks of 200. In cases where more than one Candidate have got the same marks in the common merit list, the inter-se merit among such Candidates shall be determined in the order of priority as specified below :

(1) Percentage of marks in Mathematics, (2) Percentage of marks in Physics, (3) Percentage of marks in the Fourth optional subject, (4) Date of Birth, (5) Random number assigned (higher value will be given preference).

The overall rank lists will be published in the web site of Consortium of Self - Financing Professional, Arts and Science Colleges in Tamilnadu, Chennai at www.tnsfconsortium.org. and the copies of the overall rank list will be made available for member colleges and committee to oversee the admissions made by consortium of self finacning professional arts and science colleges. The candidates will also be informed of their rank individually by certificate of post.

(b) Admission of Vocational Stream Candidates: Vocational Stream Candidates ranking will also be as in the case of HSC academic stream candidates. The academic marks in the prescribed subjects will be reduced to a base of 200 (Related subject 100 marks, Vocational subject including theory and practical 100 marks).

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ELIGIBILITY

2.1

Eligibility for admission to Professional Courses (B.E. / B.Tech / B.Arch)

Application forms for admission to various professional courses together with details of minimum marks to be obtained in individual subjects and groups of subjects, weightage of qualifying Examination marks and age limit,

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number of attempts to pass the qualifying examination, improvement marks and physical standards can be obtained from the respective admitting authorities.

However the minimum qualifying examination required for various professional courses is as follows.

Engineering

(I)

Qualifying Examination

Degree Courses

Qualifying

Examination

B.E. / B.Tech / B.Arch

One of a, b & c

(a)

A Pass in HSC Examination (Academic) of the 10 +2 curriculum of the Government of Tamilnadu with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as three of the four subjects of study under Part III.

(b)

A Pass in any one of the HSC Examination (Vocational) listed below of the 10 +2 Curriculum of the Government of Tamilnadu with ONE or TWO of the related subjects namely Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry with a minimum average percentage in the relavent subject.

Vocational Subjects :Building Maintenance, Draughtsman (Civil), Soil Conservation and Rural Construction Technology, Auto Mechanic, Diesel Mechanic, Draughtsman (Mechanical), Farm Mechanics and Post Harvest Technology, Fitting, Foundry, General Machinist, Metal Finishing, Repair and maintenance of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Equipments, Repair and Maintenance of two wheelers, Sheet metal Works, Tractor repair and Maintenance, Welding, Business Machines and Computer Programming, Domestic Electronic Equipment and projection Equipment (Repairing and Servicing) Electrical Domestic Appliances (Repairs and Maintenance), Electrical motor rewinding, Maintenance and servicing of Electrical Machines including Generators,Radio Television (Maintenance & Repair), Leather Technology, Textile Technology, Printing Techology and Composing & Printing Technology.

( c)

A Pass in HSC Examination (equivalent) from any one of the authorised examinatio Board with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as three

of

the four subject of study under part III.

(II)

Minimum Eligibility Marks as per G.O. (st) No.263 HE (J2) Dept. dt: 30.06.2008

A.

CANDIDATES OF HSC(Academic) AND OTHER EQUIVALENT EXAMINATIONS

(a)

For Communities other than BC / BC (Christians) / BC (Muslims) / MBC&DNC / SC /SCA / ST - Other Communities.

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minimum average of 55.00% and above

in

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put

together.

(b)

For BC / BC (Christians) / BC (Muslims) Communities.

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minimum average of 50.00% and above in

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together.

(c)

For MBC & DNC Communities

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minimum average of 45.00% and above in

Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put

together.

(d)

For SC / SCA / ST candidates a mere pass in the qualifying Examination with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

(B)

CANDIDATES OF HSC (Vocational)

(a)

For Communities other than BC / BC (Christians) / BC (Muslims) MBC & DNC / SC / SCA / ST - Other Communities

A minimum average of 55.00% and abov in the related subjects, Vocational theory Subject and practicals put together.

(b)

For BC, BC (Christians) / BC (Muslims) Communities

A minimum average of 50.00% and above in the

related subjects, Vocational theory Subject and practicals put together.

(c)

For MBC & DNC Communities

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minimum average of 45.00% and above in the

related subjects, Vocational theory Subject and practicals put together.

(d)

For SC/ SCA / ST candidates a mere pass in the qualifying Examination with the Vocational subjects prescribed and Mathematics / Physics / Chemistry.

Note : When the candidates produce grade certificates, they have to produce the actual marks also otherwise only the minimum marks applicable to the grades in the eligible subjects (Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry) will be taken into account.

Improvement marks will not be considered including for other state candidates, as per G.O. Ms. No. 184 HE (J2) Dept. dt: 09.06.2005 and G.O. (st) No.143 HE (J2) Dept. dt: 06.05.2008.

2.2

Applying for Professional Courses (B.E / B.Tech / B.Arch) Admissions 2009 is only an enabling provision and does not mean that the Candidate satisfies all the requirements stipulated for admission to the various courses as listed above.

3.0

INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDELINES TO FILE APPLICATIONS

Candidates desirous of applying Professional Courses (B.E / B.Tech / B.Arch) Admissions 2010 to the Consortium should file their application in the prescribed format through any of the following two modes:

1.

In the prescribed application format by registered post with acknowledgement due only.

2.

Online direct mode

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A. IN THE PRESCRIBED APPLICATION FORMAT BY POST.

You are provided with application form along with the cover for posting.

(i) The candidates have to fill in the application form (Data Sheet) given along with the information brochure.

(ii) The completed application form (Data Sheet) along with the scruitinising, processing and ranking fees (Refer Table - 1 for fee particulars) in the form of a crossed demand draft drawn in favour of “Consortium of Self Financing Professional, Arts and Science Colleges in Tamilnadu”payable at chennai with all enclosures should reach the following address on or before 6.00 p.m. on 28.06.2010 through speed post / registered post with acknowledegment due only.

The Secretary, Professional Courses (B.E. / B.Tech / B.Arch) Admissions - 2010, Consortium of Self-Financing Professional, Arts and Science Colleges in Tamilnadu, New No.29, Ganapathy Street, Royapettah, Chennai-600 014.

B.

ONLINE DIRECT MODE.

Candidates residing outside Tamilnadu and who could not reach the application distribution centre to file applications, may opt for this mode. The procedure is as follows:

(i)

Go to any internet browsing centre

(ii)

Log on to www.tnsfconsortium.org

(iii)

Read the instructions thoroughly by downloading the Professional courses (B.E. / B.Tech / B.Arch) Admissions -2010 Information Brochure and follow the steps.

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(iv)

For online registration of your application click

on B.E / B.Tech / B.Arch Admissions 2010

online application.

(v)

Open the application format and type the

required data. Verify whether all data are

correctly entered.

(vi)

Submit the application by clicking the submit

button at the bottom of the application format

(vii)

After a short time, your filled in application along

with an application number will appear on the

monitor screen. By clicking the print button take

printout of this application on a A4 size standard

copier paper.

(viii)

Affix your recently taken passport size colour

photograph in the application in the space

provided for this purpose.

(ix)

Affix your signature in the application at the

space provided for this purpose.

(x)

The completed application along with the

scruitinising, processing and ranking fees

(Refer Table -1 for Fee particulars) in the form

of crossed demand draft drawn in favour of

“Consortium of Self Financing Professional,

Arts and Science Colleges in Tamilnadu”

payable at Chennai with all enclosures should

reach the following address on or before

6.00 pm. on 28.06.2010 throug speed post/

registered post with ackonwlegement due

The Secretary,

Professional Courses (B.E. / B.Tech /B.Arch)

Admissions - 2010,

Consortium of Self-Financing Professional,

Arts and Science Colleges in Tamilnadu,

New No.29, Ganapathy Street,

Royapettah, Chennai-600 014.

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MEMBER COLLEGE DETAILS

The details about the member colleges are available in the Website of the Consortium (www.tnsfconsortium.org) and respective member institutions’ websites.

5.0 INSTRUCTIONS TO FILL THE PROFESSIONAL COURSES (B.E. / B. Tech / B. Arch) ADMISSIONS 2010 APPLICATION FORM (DATA SHEET)

A. General Information

a) The six digit application number should be noted down by the candidate for future reference. Instructions should be read carefully before filling the data sheet. A sample filled in application form (data sheet) is given in Annexure I for reference. Right method should be followed to darken the alphabet/numeral with HB pencil as shown in the data sheet.

b) The required information should be written by black ball point pen in rectangular boxes (wherever provided). Then the appropriate alphabet/numeral underneath each box should be darkened using HB pencil.

c) The data sheet will be processed by a machine. The machine picks up only dark pencil marks. Therefore the alphabet/numeral should be darkened using HB pencil only. The sample filled in application form (data sheet) is given in Annexure I may be referred to fill up the data sheet.

d) A wrong marking can be changed by erasing the darkened spot completely and the appropriate alphabet/numeral should be darkened.

e) The data sheet should not be spoiled, smudged, scribbled, torn or stapled. No bell pins should be used. No marking should be made anywhere on the application form.

f) Your photograph, signature, and address given by you in the data sheet are to be scanned by a

machine. The machine recognizes only good quality images, from the specified areas of the data sheet. Therefore paste a good quality colour photograph with light colour background taken not more than two months earlier, Use black ball point only for writing your address and affixing your signature

g)

Please note that your name, your parent’s/ guardian’s name, and your date of birth should exactly be the same as given in your 10 class certificate. Any deviation, whenever found, may lead to cancellation of your candidature.

h)

All item nos.(from 2 to 24) in the data sheet should be filled up by candidate in all aspects. The item Nos.21 b,c,d can be left blank for candidates who belong to non minority community. Silimlarly a candidate should fill item No.16a or 16b depending on his/her qualification. Incomplete application or application filled in a language other than English will be summarily rejected.

i)

Options filled by you in the application form (data sheet) cannot be changed at a later stage.

B.

Specific guidelines to fill up the various items of the aplication form (data sheet)

5.1.

Item No. 2 : Name of the Candidate The name should be written neatly and legibly in capital letters as given in 10th class certificate using black ball point pen.Single letter should be written in a box. Then the corresponding alphabet underneath each box should be darkened using HB pencil. If your name requires more then 30 boxes, darken the star(*) in the 31 column of the first row.

5.2.

Item No. 3 :The date of birth should be entered as per English calendar and as recorded in 10th class certificate. Numerals from 01 to 31 should be used for date. Numerals from 01 to 12 should be used for month. Last two digits of year of birth should be used to fill the year. The corresponding boxes underneath for day, month

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& year should be darkened. The attested xerox

copy of the Date of Birth proof should be

enclosed.

5.3.

Item No. 4 : PINCODE of your communication address should be written in the space provided as it will be entered in box 14. The corresponding boxes should be darkened underneath .

5.4.

Item No. 5 : PINCODE of your permanent residence should be written in the space provided. The corresponding numerals underneath should be darkened.

5.5.

Item No. 6 : The corresponding number should be entered in the box and the appropriate numeral should be darkened for occupation.

5.6.

Item No. 7 : The corresponding number should be entered in the box and the appropriate numeral should be darkened for income of the parent/guardian.

5.7.

Item No. 8 : Appropriate numeral given against the community should be written in the box and the corresponding numera should be darkened.

5.8.

Item No. 9 to 13 : The appropriate number should be entered in the box and the corresponding numerals should be darkened.

5.9

Item No. 14 : Name & Residential Address for communication should be written neatly and legibly in capital letters using black ball Single letter should be written in a box. Much

care should be taken while filling the address.

A

recent passport size colour photograph should

be affixed in the provided box.

5.10.

Item No. 15 : Candidate should affix their signature(within the provided box) using black ball point pen.

5.11.

Item No. 16a : HSC academic/equivalent passed students with subjects Maths, Physics, Chemistry and fourth optional subject should enter the subject marks obtained by them and

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maximum marks for each subject in the respective box and the corresponding numerals underneath should be darkened. Group code should be entered as in the +2 Mark sheet.

5.12 Item No. 16b : This should be filled by the students those who have studied H.S.C. Vocational group only with Maths or Physics or Chemistry as the related subject.

a)

Related subject and Vocational Subjects (e.g. 1)

(i)

If the maximum marks in the related subject (say Mathematics) is 200 and the marks obtained is 95, they should be entered in related Subject I column and the related subject II column should be left as blank.

(ii)

If the Vocational Subject consists of onetheory and two practicals and if the maximum marks are 200, 200, 200 and the marks obtained are 180, 190, 200 respectively. They should be entered in(i)VocationalTheory(ii)Vocational Practical I and (iii) Vocational Practical -II columns respectively.

b)

Related subject and Vocational

(i)

If the maximum marks in the two related

subjects (say Mathematics and Physics) are

200

each and the marks obtained are190,185

respectively, they should be entered in related subject I and related subject II columns

respectively.

(ii)

If the Vocational Subject consists of on theory and one practical and if the maximummarks are

200 and 200 and the marks obtained are 172

and 180 respectively, then they should be entered in vocational theory and vocational practical I column and the vocational practical II

column should be left as blank. Group code should be entered as in the +2 Mark sheet.

5.13 Item No. 17(a) : Code No. of the Examination Board should be entered as per the Annexure II and the corresponding numerals should be darkened if the candidate belongs to HSC (Academic / Equivalent).

5.14 Item No. 17(b) : Code No. of the Vocational subjects should be entered as per the Annexure

III and the corresponding numerals should be

darkened if the candidate belongs to HSC

(Vocational)

5.15 Item No. 18 : If a candidate has passed the

HSC (Academic / Vocational / Equivalent) exam

in the first attempt, or by improvement exam,

he/she has to write the number in the box provided and darken the corresponding numerals.

5.16 Item No. 19 : The Candidate should enter the register number of the HSC (Academic / Vocational / Equivalent) of the final attempt in the box and the corresponding numerals should be darkened. If the Register number has any alphabet it should be written in the first box (shading of the alphabet is not necessary). Numbers should be written follwed by the alphabet. If the number of digits are less then eleven first few boxes can be left as blank.

If the Register number has no alphabet, the first box can be left as blank. If the number of digits are less then eleven first few boxes can be left

as blank. Month and Year shoul be entered and

the corresponding numerals should be

darkened.

5.17. Item No. 20: Mobile number should be entered and appropriate box should be darkened

5.18. Item No. 21a & 21b: Appropriate box should be darkened.

5.19 Item No. 21c & 21d: This item is applicable only for the candidates who belong to minority community. Non minority candidates need not fill this item and can be left blank.

5.20 Item No. 22 : Write the name of the bank, place of bank, DD Amount, DD number and DD Date neatly and legibly.

5.21 Item No.23: The number should be entered and the corresponding numeral should be darkned.

5.22. Item No. 24: DECLARATION:

Place, Date, Name, Mobile No. Phone No. and E.Mail ID should be written neatly and the declaration should be signed by both the candidate & Parent / Guardian.

The application form (Data Sheet) without the signatures of candidate and signature of Parent/ Guardian is liable to be rejected without any further correspondence.

IMPORTANT POINTS :

1. Your Applicaton Number is the Registration Number of the Professional Courses (B.E / B.Tech /B.Arch) Admissions 2010, hence you have to write the Application number and your name in all the enclosures enclosed along with the main application at the top right hand corner.

2. A Candidate needs to submit only one application for all the courses irrespective of the category.

3. The Candidates are required to enclose only the attested xerox copies of the following certificates along with the filled in application form (Data Sheet) :

a) Mark Sheet of 10th Standard.

b) Mark Sheets (All appearance) of HSC (Academic / Vocational / Equivalent) Examination.

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c)

Permanent Community Certificate card, Minority Certificate (if any).

d)

Proof of Date of Birth certificate issued by competant authority.

e)

Transfer Certificate

4.

Applications not received on or before the due date, not in the prescribed form, not correctly filled up or in respect, of which the prescribed certificates and documents are not enclosed or do not otherwise fulfil the terms of the instructions will be considered defective and are liable for rejection without notice. The Secretary, Professional Courses (B.E / B.Tech / B.Arch) Admissions 2010 will not be responsible for any delay in Post or otherwise in respect of receipt of application after the due date. No further correspondence will be entertained on matters pertaining to the Professional Courses (B.E / B.Tech / B.Arch) Admissions 2010.

5.

This information Brochure is also available in our website www.tnsfconsortium.org.

6.

Candidates are requested to put a tick mark in the relevant boxes provided in the cover and also requested to write the six digit application number in the space provided for it.

7.

Community Certificate obtained from other states will not be considered for communal reservation.

8.

Candidates are advised to post the completed application by speed post / registered post with acknowlegement due well in advance so that it will reach the consortium office before the last date for submission of filled in application form.

9. Candidates must write their Application Number and their Name on the back side of the Demand Draft, and also on the right hand top corner of all the copies of certificates enclosed.

10 . Xerox copy of the filled in application form (Data Sheet) and Demand draft can be retained by the candidates for future reference.

11. Do not punch or staple the Data Sheet. Do not fold, smudge or scribble on the Data sheet.

12. The Data sheet should be kept loosely and safely and sent in the same cover provided for this purpose.

13. All enclosures can be stapled together, but the Data sheet should be kept separately in the same cover along with the enclosures.

14. The SC / SCA / ST candidates belonging to Tamilnadu desirous of availing fee concession should submit an attested xerox copy of the permanent community certificate card.

15. Individual Application form should be enclosed with prescribed fee (Refer Table 1). Bulk Application & DD with Bulk Amount will not be accepted

16. All the columns on both sides of the Application Form (Data Sheet) must be filled without fail.

17. Xerox copies of the Application Form (Data Sheet) should not be used.

18. The downloaded blank application form from the Consortium Website should not be used.

19. For futher Correspondence kindly quot your application number & contact phone number.

Visit : www.tnsfconsortium.org for regular updates

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TABLE 1 : FEE PARTICULARS

SL. NO.

 

DESCRIPTION

Tamilnadu SC/SCA/ST

Others

1.

Scruitinising, processing and ranking Fees

 

200

400

(for application mode)

 

2.

Scruitinising, processing and ranking Fees

 

250

450

(for Online mode including application Fees)

 
 

IMPORTANT DATES

 

1.

Commencement of issue of Application Forms

 

: 10.06.2010

2.

Last Date of issue of Application Forms

: 25.06.2010

2.

Last Date for Submission of filled in application Forms

: 28.06.2010

3.

Publication of Rank List

 

: 12.07.2010

The Filled in application form (Data Sheet) along with enclosures should be sent to :

The Secretary,

PROFESSIONAL COURSES (B.E / B.TECH / B.Arch) ADMISSIONS 2010

CONSORTIUM OF SELF - FINANCING PROFESSIONAL, ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGES IN TAMILNADU,

New No.29, Ganapathy Street, Royapettah, Chennai - 600 014.

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ANNEXURE II Name of the Examination Boards

Code No.

State

Name of the Board

01

Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu Board of Higher Secondary Education

02

All-India Board

Central Board of Secondary Education

03

All-India Board

Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations

04

Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education

05

Assam

Assam Higher Secondary Education Council

06

Bihar

Bihar Intermediate Educational Council

07

Goa

Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education

08

Gujarat

Gujarat Secondary & Higher Education Board

09

Haryana

Haryana Board of Education

10

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education

11

Jammu & Kashmir

J & K State Board of School Education

12

Karnataka

Karnataka Board of the Pre-University Education

13

Kerala

Kerala Board of Higher Secondary Examinations

14

Maharashtra

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education

15

Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education

16

Manipur

Manipur Council of Higher Secondary Education

17

Meghalaya

Meghalaya Board of School Education

18

Mizoram

Mizoram Board of School Education

19

Nagaland

Nagaland Board of School Education

20

Orissa

Orissa Council of Higher Secondary Education

21

Punjab

Punjab School Education Board

22

Rajasthan

Rajashthan Board of Secondary Education

23

Tripura

Tripura Board of Secondary Education

24

U.P.

U.P. Board of High School & Intermediate Education

25

West Bengal

West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education

26

Others

Other Boards if any

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ANNEXURE III Vocational Subjects Code

Code No.

Name of the Vocational Courses

01

Auto Mechanic

02

Buildingmaintenance

03

Business Machines and Computer Programming

04

Diesel Mechanic

05

Domestic Electronic Equipment (Project Equipment)

06

Draughtsman (Civil)

07

Draughtsman (Mechanical)

08

Electrical DomesticAppliance, repairs and maintenance

09

Electrical Motor Rewinding

10

Farm Machines and Post Harvest Technology

11.

Fitting

12.

Foundry

13.

General Machinist

14.

Leather Technology

15.

Maintenance and Servicing of Electrical Machines including Generators

16.

Metal Finishing

17.

Radio and Television (maintenance and repair)

18.

Repair and Maintenance of Refrigeration and Air conditioning Equipments.

19.

Repair and Maintenance of Two Wheelers

20.

Sheet metal works

21.

Soil Conservation and Rural Construction Technology

22.

TextileTechnology

23.

Tractor repair and maintenance

24.

Welding

25.

PrintingTechnology

26.

Composing and Printing Technology

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CHECK LIST TO BE VERIFIED BEFORE SUBMISSION OF THE APPLICATION FORM (DATA SHEET)

Application Form (Data Sheet) completely filled with all details.BEFORE SUBMISSION OF THE APPLICATION FORM (DATA SHEET) Scruitinising, Processing and Ranking Fee as a Crossed

Scruitinising, Processing and Ranking Fee as a Crossed Demand Draft drawn in favour of “CONSORTIUM OF SELF - FINANCING PROFESSIONAL, ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGES IN TAMILNADU” payable at Chennai “CONSORTIUM OF SELF - FINANCING PROFESSIONAL, ARTS AND SCIENCE COLLEGES IN TAMILNADU” payable at Chennai enclosed .

Application number and Name of the candidate written on the backside of the crossed Demand Draft. crossed Demand Draft.

Attested Xerox copy of 10th Standard Mark Sheet enclosed.written on the backside of the crossed Demand Draft. Attested Xerox copy of the HSC (Academic

Attested Xerox copy of the HSC (Academic / Vocational / Equivalent) mark sheets enclosed enclosed

Attested Xerox copy of the Date of Birth proof is enclosed.(Academic / Vocational / Equivalent) mark sheets enclosed Attested Xerox copy of the Transfer Certificate is

Attested Xerox copy of the Transfer Certificate is enclosed.Attested Xerox copy of the Date of Birth proof is enclosed. Attested Xerox copy of Permanent

Attested Xerox copy of Permanent Community Certificate Card, Minority Certificate (if any) are enclosed . (if any) are enclosed .

Application number and Name of the Candidate written on the top right hand corner of all the copies of enclosed Certificates. the copies of enclosed Certificates.

Last Date for Submission of filled in application form (Data Sheet) along with enclosures 28.06.2010
Last Date for Submission of filled in
application form (Data Sheet)
along with enclosures
28.06.2010

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