|1.||Application for admission should be made in the prescribed form within ten days after publication of the results.|
|2.||Application form and prospectus can be had from the college office on payment of Rs. 30/- in person or by money order.|
|3.||The application should reach the college office on or before the stipulated date. A self-addressed post card shall be attached to every application.|
|4.||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.|
|5.||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.|
|6.||They will be enrolled only after they produce all the certificates mentioned in the prospectus and pay the first instalment of fees.|
|7.||The Principal reserves the right to refuse admission to any candidate without assigning reason thereof.|
|8.||Any candidate who is found to have secured admission by false representation will be summarily dismissed and shall forfeit the fees paid.|
|9.||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.|
|Remittance of Fees|
Tuition fees will be collected in eight equal instalments in the months of June, August, September, October, November, December, January and February. The first instalment of fees including the special fees prescribed and Caution Deposit will be collected from the students of senior classes within a period of seven consecutive working days beginning from the date of re-opening of the college. In the case of students of junior classes the same will be collected on or before the 7th consecutive working day of the month concerned. The Principal is competent to fix the due date for collection of fees for the various classes.
Students belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Communities who are eligible for educational concessions from the Department of Harijan Welfare should produce at the time of admission, an Eligibility Certificate from the Thahsildar to entitle him/her for fee concession, lump sum grant, monthly stipend, pocket money etc.
If any eligible Backward Community student has paid his/her fees at the time of joining college and such fees had been remitted into the treasury, the amount of fees so paid will be reimbursed by the Harijan Welfare Department. The Principal of the college after getting the refund, would disburse the amount to the concerned student after getting their aquittance