Andhra Loyola College offers M.Sc., MCA, and MBA courses at the undergraduate level. The basic eligibility is to have a bachelor’s degree in the relevant subjects.
The application form and prospectus can be obtained from the College Office between 9 AM to 5 PM by paying Rs.150/- or by post by paying INR 170/-.
|Master of Science (M.Sc.)
||B.Sc. degree in the relevant subject with at least 50% aggregate marks
||KRU - CET
|Master of Computer Applications (M.C.A.)
||Bachelor’s Degree (10+2+3 Pattern) in Science, Commerce, Management, Social Sciences or Engineering with at least 50% marks aggregate And Mathematics background at least at 10+2 level
||CET conducted by A.P. State Government
|Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
||Bachelor’s Degree (10+2+3 Pattern) in Science, Commerce, Management, Social Sciences or Engineering with at least 50% marks aggregate
The admission to MBA and MCA courses is granted on the basis of rank obtained in the Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by Andhra Pradesh Government. The question paper of AP ICET will be the objective type. It is the paper and pencil based examination having test duration of 2 and a half hours. The question paper consisting of three sections viz Analytical Ability, Mathematical Ability and Communication Ability.
Section A) of Analytical Ability will consist 20 questions from Data Sufficiency and 55 questions from Problem Solving. Section B) of Mathematical Ability will contain 35 questions from Arithmetical Ability, 30 questions from algebraical and Geometrical Ability and 10 questions from Statistical Ability. Section C) will be the communication ability consist of Vocabulary (10 questions), Business (10 questions) and Computer Terminology, Functional Grammar (15 questions), Reading Comprehension (15 questions).
The admission to M.Sc. courses will be granted on the basis of Krishna University Common Entrance Test (KRU – CET). There will be one question paper for 1 1/2 hours (90 Minutes) duration. The question paper will be in Telugu & English except languages. The question paper will carry a total 100 marks. The question paper will contain a total of 100 questions with Objective type and Multiple Choice. Each question carries out of one mark. MCQs with four alternatives A, B, C, D. Candidate can mark one option out of the given options, the candidate gives more than one answers will be ignored while awarding marks.