ADMISSION

  • Application for admission should be made in the prescribed form within ten days after publication of the results.
  • Application form and prospectus can be had from the college office on payment of Rs. 30/- in person or by money order.
  • The application should reach the college office on or before the stipulated date. A self-addressed post card shall be attached to every application.
  • Applicants who are provisionally selected for admission shall be informed by post. They should produce the S.S.L.C. Book, Plus-Two or degree Certificates, Original Mark lists, Transfer Certificate and Conduct Certificate at the time of interview.
  • Candidates possessing qualifying certificates from Universities for Board of Examinations other than those of Kerala shall also produce Migration Certificate, Qualifying Certificate and Eligibility Certificate from the University of Kerala.
  • They will be enrolled only after they produce all the certificates mentioned in the prospectus and pay the first instalment of fees.
  • The Principal reserves the right to refuse admission to any candidate without assigning reason thereof.
  • Any candidate who is found to have secured admission by false representation will be summarily dismissed and shall forfeit the fees paid.
  • To promote healthy student-teacher relationship and to guide the scholars in academic and social matters, a system of personal guidance is provided to the students by the staff through the tutorial system.M

Caution Deposit

  • Every student shall on admission to the college at the commencement of the course or during the period of course, be liable to pay the caution deposit prescribed along with the first instalment of tuition fees.
  • Students belonging to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes, Other Eligible Communities are exempted from payment of Caution Deposit.
  • As Other Eligible Communities and Other Backward Communities are considered as different categories for the grant of educational concession from Harijan Welfare Department, students belonging to `Other Backward Communities' should pay the caution deposit prescribed.
  • The Caution Deposit to be paid by a student for a particular course shall be retained in the institution till the completion of the course of study concerned in the institution.
  • The student should keep in safe custody the receipts issued against remittance of the Caution Deposit amount, during the tenure of the course.
  • The Caution Deposit amount will be refunded only if the original receipt issued from the college is produced along with the application for refund of the caution Deposit. Failure to produce the original receipt will result in the forfeiture of the amount.
  • At the end of a particular course of study which may be two or three years as the case may be, the Caution Deposit (Laboratory and Library) collected from a student will be refunded to him/her on receipt of an application from the student in the prescribed form and after adjusting the dues, if any on account of 
    a) Loss of library books 
    b) Recovery of fine for breakages of laboratory equipment 
    c) Any other loss caused to properties of the college 
    d) Arrears of fees, if any.
  • If the Caution Deposit is less than the amount to be realised from the students, the excess amount will be realised by other means as the Principal may decide.
  • If the student applies for refund of the Caution Deposit when he/she is taking T.C. from the college on the grounds of discontinuing the course or pursuing studies for the same or for a different course in some other institution before completion of the course in that college, the Caution Deposit paid shall be refunded to him/her after adjusting dues, if any.
  • The outgoing students should make their claims for refund of Caution Deposit on or before 31st May of the year.
  • The students should produce their library identification cards while claiming payment.
  • Unclaimed Caution Deposits will be forfeited to the Govt.

Transfer Certificate

  • No TC will be issued to those students with uncleared dues.
  • No fee will be levied on those who apply for TC either at the time of leaving the college or within one year after leaving the college.
  • A fee of Rs.30/-will be levied for issue of duplicate T.C. However it will be issued only on the strength of a Certificate from Gazetted Officer to the effect that the original is lost irrecoverably.

Fee Concession

  • Applicants belonging to the SC /ST /OEC Kudumbis and Christian converts from scheduled caste and scheduled tribes who are bonafide subjects of Kerala state are eligible for full concession, stipend and lumpsum grand for purchase of books and dress. They will have to produce at the time of admission a certificate of nativity and certificate of community, if the community is not shown in the SSLC /SSC book.
  • Applicants belonging to backward and forward communities who are bonafide subjects of Kerala state are eligible for full fee concession, if the income of their families does not exceed Rs 25,000/- in the case of students of Degree class and Rs. 42,000/- in the case of PG classes as per the Kumara Pillai Commission report ( No concession in respect of B.Sc Computer Science).
  • Exemption from payment of tuition fees is allowed to the children/grandchildren of Political Sufferers if the income does not exceed Rs. 15,000/ annum.



Our Vision

To empower the students with deep knowledge and awareness of current developments in their chosen subjects.

To create a centre of excellence through the formation of young people empowered to create a bright future for themselves, irrespective of cast, creed, religion or language through dissemination of knowledge, skills and noble values

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Our Guru

Sree Narayana Guru, one of the greatest revolutionary social reformers Kerala has ever produced, was born on August 20, 1856, in a humble cottage in Chempazhanthy, a village near Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, as the son of Madan Asan and Kutty Amma. Madan Asan was a farmer as well as a teacher, with proficiency in Sanskrit, Astrology and Ayurveda, and his son, the little Nanu grew up listening to his narrations of the stories from the Ramayana and Mahabharatha to the local residents of the village.

 

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Our Founder

T. K. Madhavan (1885-1930) was an Indian social reformer, journalist and revolutionary who was involved with the Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana (SNDP). He came from Kerala and led the struggle against untouchability which was known as Vaikom Satyagraha.

 

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