Admission


Procedure for Admission

Admission to the First Semester Classes will start immediately after the declaration of the results of the Goa Board of Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination. The Admissions will continue for a specific time period only. Only those students willing to abide by the rules and regulations of the College may seek admission. No admission to any course shall be given after one month from the beginning of the First Term.

Students who have passed XII Standard (HSSCE) Examination of Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education are eligible for admission to the First Semester of B.A./ B.Sc./B. Com. course.

The task of issuing “eligibility” has been taken over by the University from the academic year 1998-99 vide Circular No./GU/I/Elgb/1999/99/17069 dated 23.3.99. Students will be admitted provisionally, subject to the payment of fees, etc. and their enrolment with the Goa University. Students who have passed an Equivalent Examination through any other recognised Board may also be temporarily admitted on production of a Provisional Certificate of Eligibility from the Goa University. Their admission will be confirmed only after the submission of the Final Eligibility Certificate issued by the Registrar of Goa University before the end of the Academic Year, failing which the results of the students concerned will not be declared and their admission will be rendered null and void.

As all courses offered by the College are full-time, those students who are employed will not be given admission, unless a “No Objection Certificate” from the employer is produced. All the rules and regulations of the College shall be applicable to the employed students.

Since the number of seats in Arts, Science & Commerce faculties are limited (based on University directives) the admission will be strictly based on merit and on the following criteria:

  1. Percentage of Marks
  2. Application for admission within the specified time.
  3. Character Certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended.
  4. Place of Residence

While applying for admission to the B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. (Sem I & II) Courses, the students should submit the following documents:

  • HSSCE/Equivalent Examination’s Statement of Marks in original with three xerox copies, duly
  • SSCE & HSSCE Passing Certificate in original with three xerox copies of each, duly
  • Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate, in original with three xerox copies, duly
  • Provisional Eligibility Certificate issued by Goa University to those students who have passed XII or Equivalent Examination through any other Recognised Board and Migration Certificate with three attested xerox copies.

After the initial screening of the Admission Form, the student will have to present himself/herself for an interview with the Admissions Committee accompanied by a parent or a responsible guardian. The list of eligible students and the interview timings will be displayed on the Notice Board.

A student seeking admission will have to sign an undertaking that he/she will abide by the rules of discipline & proper conduct of this College. This undertaking will have to be countersigned by the parent/guardian as well .

Sem III & IV and Sem V & VI Admission

All admissions are valid for one year only and therefore have to be renewed for the subsequent year(s). The Principal of the College has full authority to refuse admission to a student for Sem III & IV and Sem V & VI, depending upon the character and general conduct of the student during the previous year(s). The decision of the Principal in this regard will be final and binding. Admission formalities to Sem III & IV and Sem V & VI have to be completed by the students within the period notified on the Notice Board. Delay beyond the due date will involve the payment of a fine.

Ordinarily, no admission for the Sem III & IV and Sem V & VI will be granted to any student who has not completed Sem I & II / Sem III & IV in this College; and there will be no re-admissions to the same class. However, change in faculty as allowed by the University shall be permitted for re-admission to the I & II Sem.

A Transference Certificate, with three xerox copies (mentioning therein the enrollment No. and the letter No. under which their enrollment was confirmed by the Goa University) is necessary for a student seeking admission from any other College from Goa State, in this College to a higher class.