Madras Christian College, Chennai, started as a school in 1837. MADRAS CHRISTIAN COLLEGE is affiliated to University of Madras. In 2003-04, the college started undergraduate and postgraduate government aided and self financed courses under spectrum of streams.
All the courses are offered under different departments, which includes English, tamil, history, economics, philosophy, mathematics, commerce etc.
|Name of the institute||Madras Christian College|
|Basic admission criteria||Merit based|
|Entrance based (MCA)|
|Entrance exam name||TANCET|
|Entrance exam date||March 25, 2017|
|Result declaration||April 11, 2017|
Madras Christian College offers many undergraduate courses of three-year duration under various departments. Admissions to these courses will be done on the bases of candidate’s score list of 10+2 examinations.
Candidates, who wants to apply in B.Com, BBA and B.A courses must have at least 50% aggregate in higher secondary examinations. Applicants for B.Sc must have minimum 50% aggregate marks with mathematics, physics and chemistry in higher secondary examinations or equivalent.
|B.A||English||Passed higher secondary examination with at least 50% aggregate marks||Counseling|
|B.Voc||Hospitality & tourism|
|Retails management & IT|
|BCA||-||Passed higher secondary examination in Commerce with at least 50% aggregate marks|
|B.Sc||Mathematics||Passed higher Secondary exam with Physics, Chemistry and mathematics as compulsory subjects with at least 50% average marks|
|Plant biology & Plant Biotechnology|
|Geography, Travel & Tourism|
Madras Christian College offers M.A., M.Sc, M.S.W., MCA courses at PG level. Admissions to self financed MCA courses is based on candidate’s score in Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test (TANCET), conducted by Anna University.
For other PG courses, candidates are selected on the basis of merit list announced by the college based on the candidate’s score in qualifying degree course.
|M.A||English||Graduate degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks.||Tamil Nadu Common Entrance Test (TANCET)|
|M.Sc||Mathematics||B.Sc degree in concerned disciplines with minimum 50% marks.|
|Plant biology & Plant Biotechnology|
|M.Com||-||B.Com/ BBM/ BBA/ E-Commerce/ Bank Management/ Corporate Secretary/ Computer Science/ IT graduates with at least 50% marks|
|MCA||-||Graduate degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks.|
|MSW||Medical & Psychiatry||-|
Madras Christian College offers reservations for the various category students as per the guidelines of State Government.
|Backward Muslim class||3.50|
|Most backward class & De-notified communities||20|
|Scheduled caste (arunthathiyars)||3|
The general eligibility required to apply for M.Phil. and PhD courses is a post-graduate degree in the relevant stream. The University conducts entrance examination for selection of candidates. Candidates who have cleared UGC/CSIR NET are exempted from appearing in the entrance examination. read more
The Application forms can be obtained from the campus, or in online mode. A separate form is required for each course, and for Self-Supportive course. The admission is solely based on the marks obtained by the student in the TANCET examination 2017 held by the university. read more
The University of Madras invites students to the various PG courses provided by the University. The university was established in 1857 on the model of London University. Mode of application is both offline and online. read more
No entrance exams. Had good marks in UG. Chose this college due to its reputation and quality.
In our college there is no entrance exams only interview process. They asked my profile .i have showed them and they asked about wat is visual communication i told i do no but i am interest in film i this they way to enter in film so i have chooses viscom.
No entrance exam only the score secured in HSE, I.e, 12th std nature made me opt for this college.
No entrance test is required.
Masters in Social work, I had a interest to work for people's welfare especially in the field of development with children as focus. The interview first round was an exam about social and general knowledge and second round was a FGD and the final round was a panel interview. Then the selection list appears and then the admission process happens
No entrance exam for journalism. And Madras christian college (MCC) is the best in India. there was no such thing as entrance exam or interview for the course or college admission
I did not write any entrance exam. I opted for this college because it is well reputed, one of the oldest, and lenient.
I took up the most challenging exam that is CAT and i pathetically failed in that with 91 percentile.
I had chose BBA as my undergraduate degree as in future I want to become an entrepreneur this college is ranked 4th in India for BBA as I had scored 87% in ISC I was chosen in this college on merit based.
There was no particular common entrance tests but few rounds of aptitude tests & interviews and if they found you suitable, you are in i opted for the college due to the sheer recommendation from people who have been associated someway or the other with this great institution.