Eligiblity

Candidates who have completed Xth standard are eligible for First Year admission and those who completed XII Standard are eligible for Lateral Entry admission (Direct 2nd Year).

Before the admission process begins, the required qualifications for admission in Polytechnic Colleges (such as Age, Marks required, Number of Seats in the various categories etc.) are published in the leading dailies so that the students can decide their choice of Polytechnic Collegs, Course etc. well in advance.

   ADMISSION IN DIPLOMA COURSES:

he candidates who pass X Standard or equivalent examinations with Mathematics and Science subjects are eligible for admission into Polytechnic Colleges.

Special Reservation is being given to the following category for admission in Government / Government - Aided Polytechnic Colleges :

(i) Son and Daughter of Ex-Servicemen

(ii) Physically Handicapped People

(iii) Son and Daughter of Burma / Ceylon repatriates

(iv) Candidates sponsored by other States

   LATERAL ENTRY ADMISSIONS:

For Lateral Entry into the Second year (III Semester) of the three year diploma courses, the candidates shall be required to have passed the Higher Secondary Examination (Academic or Vocational) of 10 plus 2 pattern, with the following conditions :

(i) Academic Stream candidates should have compulsorily studied Maths, Physics & Chemistry at 10 + 2 level

(ii) Vocational Stream candidates should have studied either Maths or Physics or Chemistry as one of the subjects of study along with the related Vocational Subject (Theory & Practical) at 10 + 2 level

   LATERAL ENTRY INTO DIPLOMA COURSES:

A student admitted in a particular institution is expected to undergo and complete the full course in the same institution. On extra-ordinary circumstances, with genuine reasons, students are being transferred from one Institution to another Institution during the beginning of academic years i.e. in III / V Semester of study. But transfers are being claimed by the students as a matter of right, without any valid reasons even in the middle of semesters. In this connection, the following guide lines are being given for the benefit of Principals and students :

(i) Institution transfers cannot be claimed as a matter of right. The Chairman, Board of Examinations has every right to approve or reject the application of a candidate seeking transfer.

(ii) The transfers will be given on genuine grounds only. The factors which had existed during the admission itself (distance, climate, conveyance facilities, fees, food, expense etc.) cannot be cited as the reasons for seeking institution transfer. The genuineness for transfer is to be substantiated with proper evidences such as transfer orders of parents, medical certificates from approved medical practitioners etc.

(iii) Students from Self-Financing Institutions cannot be transferred to Government / Government - Aided Institutions and Vice-versa. However, the students of self supporting courses of Aided Polytechnic Colleges may be transferred to other self financing institutions.

(iv) The sanctioned intake in any branch shall not exceed in the event of any such transfer. The students should verify themselves the vacancy position in the institute for which they seek transfer, before submitting their application.

(v) The institution to which the candidate seeks transfer shall not retain the application for more than 3 days.