Academics


Courses


Commerce

Candidates who have secured M.Com Degree with not less than 50% marks (CGPA of 2) alone are eligible for admission to the B.Ed Course in Commerce.

English

B.A. Degree with English language and Literature/ Functional English/ B.A. Communicative English with 50% marks in part.

Mathematics

B.Sc Degree with Mathematics/Statistics/Applied Statistics as main, with 50% marks (CGPA of 2) in Part III or in aggregate or 50% marks in M.Sc Mathematics / Statistics/Applied Statistics. Candidates with Statistics /Applied Statistics should have studied Mathematics as one of the subjects.

Natural Science

B.Sc Degree with Botany/Zoology/Bio-Chemistry/B.Sc Plant Science/Home Science (with Zoology or Botany as subsidiary ) / Aquaculture (with Biochemistry and Zoology as subsidiary) /Bio Technology / Micro Biology with 50% marks (CGPA of 2) in Part III or in aggregate or 50% marks in M.Sc Botany/Zoology/Biochemistry/Plant Science/Home Science. They should have studied Zoology/Botany/Bio-chemistry as one of the subjects in Degree level.

Physical Science

B.Sc Dregree with Physics/Chemistry/Polymer Chemistry/ B.Sc Geology/B.Sc Petro Chemicals/B.Sc Biochemistry/ B.Sc Industrial Chemistry Main with 50% marks (CGPA of 2) in Part III or in aggregate or 50% marks in M.Sc Physics /Chemistry/Polymer Chemistry/Geology/ Petrochemicals/Bio-Chemistry/Industrial Chemistry.

Social Science

B A Degree with History/Arabic and Islamic History/ Geography/ Politics/ Economics/Sociology /Psychology/ Philosophy/ West Asian Studies with 50% marks (CGPA of 2) in Part III or in aggregate or 50% marks in M.A History/Arabic and Islamic History/ Geography/ Politics / Economics/ Sociology/Psychology/ Philosophy/ West Asian Studies.


PROCEDURE

  • The selection of students for admission to B.Ed. course each year shall be made according to the rules prescribed by the Govt. of Kerala and university norms.
  • The admission, under Management and Merit categories shall be invited as per Govt. /University order.
  • The minimum marks for admission to B.Ed. degree course is 50% marks in Part III for B.A/B.Sc. Degree Examination and for Commerce B.Ed. 50% for M.Com Degree Examinations in the case of General candidates and 5% relaxation for minimum marks for OBC, SC and ST candidates. In the case of SC/ST and OBC candidates there is a relaxation of 5% marks.
  • Students selected for the course will have to submit the following documents at the time of admission.
  • Transfer Certificate from the college last attended.
  • SSLC Book
  • B.Sc./M.Sc./M.Com Mark list (Complete set)
  • Degree/PG certificates
  • Conduct Certificate
  • 4 passport size photographs
  • Community and income certificate from the concerned authorities (For those who intend to avail reservation benefits) are eligible for reservation benefits
  • Migration Certificate (For those who are pass from other universities)
  • Eligibility Certificates (For those Degree is from Universities outside Kerala).
  • Application for admission under management quota should be made in the prescribed form, which can be obtained from the College Office.
  • Applications incomplete in any respect will be summarily rejected.
  • An intimation card assigning a date for interview will be sent to those candidates who are selected for admission.
  • Selected candidates will be required to appear for an interview before the Principal along with their parents/guardians. The selection is provisional and subject to confirmation only after the interview and scrutiny of certificates.
  • The principal reserves the right to reject admission/ re-admission to any student, without assigning reasons.
  • Any student who takes part in any demonstration, Hartal, Agitation or activities of similar nature political or otherwise in and around the premises of the college shall be denied the right to admission and will face various consequences.
  • COLLEGE FEE

    Fees once paid will not be refunded unless sanctioned by the Government. If a student terminates or leaves the college during the academic year, he/she is bound to pay the entire fee. All payments should be made to the college office and a receipt should be obtained and retained by the student. It shall be the responsibility of the students to claim the Caution Deposit paid by him/her after the closing date of the college. The caution deposit amount will be refunded only on application made in the prescribed format.

    ATTENDENCE AND LEAVE


  • Each working day is divided into two sessions, the morning session consisting of four periods and the afternoon session consisting of three periods. (Or as specified by the University/Govt. from time to time)
  • Students must be in their seats by the second bell at the beginning of the session. At the third bell they shall stand up for prayer.
  • Attendance will be marked at the beginning of each period.
  • Late comers should not enter the class nor should any student leave the class without the permission of the Principal /Vice Principal in charge.
  • All working days irrespective of the number of periods shall be considered as full working days.
  • The semestral certificates of attendance and progress required by the university for admission to the university examination will not be granted unless:- the student has attended not less than three fourths number of working days during the academic year and the principal is satisfied with the progress and conduct of the student.
  • Students are not permitted to take leave without consent for the whole or part of a day.
  • Absence without leave for one period or a session will be considered as half day of absence.
  • Leave for one period or an hour may be granted by the teacher in charge of the class. A student who absents himself/herself for a day or more may be granted leave on submission of application for leave to the Principal with the recommendation of the class teacher concerned. Leave shall not be granted on flimsy grounds.
  • Absence without leave from any examination, seminar and lab shall be reported by the respective teachers to the principal.
  • In case of absence from internal examination leave should be obtained from the Principal.
  • A student absenting without leave for more than 10 consecutive days without satisfactory explanation will have his/her name removed from the rolls.
  • A student absenting for a period exceeding 5 working days with or without leave should report himself/herself to the principal on his/her return to the college.
  • Students absenting from internal examination without grave reason will not get further chance, of writing the exam.
  • A student shall be considered to have satisfactory attendance to appear the examination if he/she attends not less than 80% of the working days for all the theory courses and practicum and 90% of the working days for 20 weeks (4+16) School Internship . Condonation of shortage of attendance shall be as per existing university status and rules. Candidates with shortage of attendance beyond condonable limit will not be eligible to register for End Semester University Examination. College has no responsibility in this regard. All the practical works (Engagement with the field) related to all the courses have to be compulsorily completed by all the students to be eligible for appearing for the practical examination of the External Practical Board. Students who are eligible/have attended the practical examinations of the External Practical Board, alone will be permitted to register for theory examinations.
  • Attendance will be marked and reported to the university as per rules.
  • Each day attendance will be closed at 10.00 am during the first hour. Attendance will be marked at the beginning of all other hours.
  • Students who avail of leave for a period of more than one day will have to submit their request in writing to the Principal with the recommendation of the class teachers.
  • For full day leave of absence, students have to submit their requests with the signed consent of the parent and class teacher. Application for leave must be countersigned by parent & class teacher.