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I have opted for E-Grantz scholarship to avail fee concession. Students belonging to the minority communities with income less than a specified amount can apply for E-Grantz.
If the student has fee concession, that is E-Grantz scholarship then the student doesn't require to pay exam fees. The semester fee is not required since the college is aided. But above all these, the management and PTA will collect a varying sum of amount from students. PTA amount is not at all used for the goodness of students. The condition of the college says it so.
A variety of events are celebrated inside the college. In every event, there is a competition between departments on different items. Christmas was the last event that was celebrated at our college. Rangoli, Onam, know your college, union inauguration and other festivals are also celebrated at our college.
Senior students are friendly. They wouldn't let anyone harm their juniors. In my personal opinion, there was not even a trace of ragging inside the college.
The faculty of our college requires to be rated four out of five stars. Teachers, as well as head of the department, will look after the students very well.
The admission process begins with the official notification from Kerala University informing that admissions to colleges under Kerala University have begun. A student waiting for admission needs to select this college and course from the university website. Admission processes start mainly after the publication of Kerala higher secondary results.
Don't worry about placements. There are no placement drives in the college. You have to work hard if you need any placement in any place.
The course curriculum is mainly based on semester system hence every student is in a hurry burry to submit records, seminars, assignments as well as notes on time. Internal exams are conducted in order to provide a slight model for the semester exams. For BA courses the structure is not at all research-driven or fair. For BSc students labs and other research, facilities are available.
Kerala University Affiliated Colleges are making the last minute preparations to reopen for UG final year and PG students from Monday, January 4, 2021, as per the state government regulations. For a week, management of all the affiliated colleges of Kerala University have been preparing
The University of Kerala (KU) has extended the date for admissions to its B.Ed course to November 22. Admissions to the course are done by individual colleges on the basis of the merit list prepared by the University. Applicants can refer to this article or visit the site for more details; keralauni
Kerala University (KU) Thiruvananthapuram has released the results of UG programs on October 30, 2020. Candidates who have appeared for B.Sc. and BA program examinations can check their results on the official website of Kerala University@keralauniversity.ac.in. Also, Kerala University
The University of Kerala has got Government's permission to admit students for open and distance learning courses. The Kerala University has initiated steps and all set to enroll students for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate distance education programs. Check: Kerala Univer
UGC has revised the criteria for universities to be eligible to offer such courses in its latest Regulations on ODL programmes. Read the full story here. "No university in the state fulfils the UGC's criteria for offering Open and Distance Learning ( ODL) programmes." Also Read:&
Kerala University has announced the UG first allotment result. Candidates can visit the official website and login with their credentials to access the result. The result for Kerala University's second attempt will be released on September 18, 2020. Kerala University releases three allo
Kerala University declared that the results for UG Allotments are to be declared soon. Students will be notified about their respective allotments shortly. The last day for the open admission window to undergraduate programs was yesterday. Registrations for admissions to the 2020 batch
Shashi Tharoor, Senior Congress leader, has again pushed Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to postpone the state university examinations acknowledging the many health hazards that are risked by conducting offline examinations. Shashi Tharoor has been constantly urging the state governmen