B.A Any Subject
B.Sc Mathematics Maths, Physics, Chemistry
B.Sc Physics Maths, Physics, Chemistry
B.Sc Chemistry
Physics, Chemistry, Maths / Biology
B.Sc Botany Chemistry/Biology, Botany, Zoology
B.Sc Zoology Zoology, Chemistry, Botany / Biology
B.Sc Computer Science Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science
Accountancy, Economics, Commerce, Computer Applications
B.B.A Accountancy, Economics, Commerce

M.A English B.A / B.Sc / Degree with English in Part I or II
M.Sc B.Sc. in the concerned Subject Pass
M.Com. B.Com. / B.B.A / B.B.E / B.A Corporate Secretaryship /
B.A (Co-Operation)
M.Phil Post Graduate Degree in the concerned Subject 55% Mark

The Mark Certificates of the admitted candidates are subject to verification by the Director of Government Examination and if any Mark Certificate is found to be bogus, admission is liable for cancellation. Besides, strict penal action will also be taken.
P.G Admission will be made on the basis of marks obtained upto Fifth semester at the U.G Level.
The interview card will be sent to each candidate considered for selection by post. The recipient of the interview card has to appear for an interview with his/her parent guardian in time. The selected candidate will be admitted to the course to which he / she is found suitable. On admission, he / she has to pay the required fees and produce the following certificates in original.
1. Mark Sheet
2. Transfer Certificate
3. Conduct Certificate.
4. Attendance Certificate from the institution where he/ she last studied
5. Community Certificate (Xerox copy for the SC / ST/ DNC / MBC / BC Candidates).
Under any circumstances, the certificates submitted to the college at the time of admission will not be returned during the course of study. Hence the candidates are advised to retain adequate number of Xerox copies of the same with attestation before submitting the originals to the college.
The applicants who have passed the examinations of other Universities or Bodies should produce at the time of admission the following certificates in original.
a. Transfer Certificate
b. Mark Sheet
c. Provisional Certificate
d. Provisional Eligibility Certificate from the Madurai Kamaraj University
e. Migration Certificate.
Six seats in Under-Graduate Courses are reserved for the children of Ex-servicemen of Tamilnadu origin. They should produce their dependency certificate at the time of admission.


  1. Admission is made purely on merit basis.
  2. The Admission process is very transparent.
  3. The process of admission is made through a high end Admission Software.
  4. Rank lists and subsequent waiting list of candidates for admission are made public on College Website and notice boards.

Sales / Issue of Application Forms for UG Courses:

           Cost of Application form is fixed at Rs. 48/- (Rupees Forty Eight only) + Rs.2/- (Rupees Two only) for registration. For SC / ST candidates, Application form is to be issued free of cost on the production of the photocopy of community certificate.

            Application forms for admission may be issued before 5 days from the date of publication / Internet – website of results of Higher Secondary Examination of Tamil Nadu (hereafter referred to as the Plus Two Examination). The last date for the issue of Application Forms may be fixed at the discretion of the Principal. But in general, it should not be earlier to the last date fixed for the receipt of completed Application Forms.

Last date for the receipt of completed Applications for UG Courses:

            Last date for receipt of filled in applications by the Colleges should be fixed as the tenth day from the date of publication of Plus Two Examination result in website. Applications from other streams / private candidates may be entertained after the due date in the event of their results or issue of mark sheets is on a date later than that of regular Plus Two Candidates. The Principals shall fix the last date for them suitably.

            Filled in Application should reach the college within 10 days from the plus two results published in the internet. Colleges should prepare the Rank list for Admission, from the 11th day onwards and it should be pasted on the Notice Board on or before 14th day itself (result published). Counselling should be conducted between 15th and 20th days of the publications of plus two results in Internet (within 5 days only).

            Applications for admission may be received even after the last date fixed for receipt of applications. Such applications shall be registered as LATE APPLICATIONS and considered only after all the applications received in time have been considered. In the case of SC / ST / MBC / Denotified Communities / BC candidates, if applications received in time from such candidates get exhausted, late applications should also be considered to fill up the seats reserved for these communities.

            The upper age limit for admission to UG courses will be 21 (twenty one) years as on 1st July 2017. However, a relaxation of 5 years is permitted for Differently Abled as per G.O.Ms.No. 239, S.W. dated 3-9-93. SC / ST / BC / MBC / DNC candidates and women candidates may be allowed the age relaxation of 3 years beyond 21 years for the admission into UG Courses.

            The above age limit should be strictly followed and no student should be admitted above the age limit and no age relaxation will be granted by Government. If the Colleges fail to adhere the above instructions, severe action will be taken against the concerned college.

Selection Committee for UG and PG courses:

            The Selection Committee shall consist of the Principal, and two senior most Assistant Professors Associate Professors of the College. In addition, for selection to the UG courses, the senior most member of the teaching staff belonging to SC / ST of the college, if available, shall be co-opted and for selection to the PG courses, the senior most SC / ST staff from a Post Graduate Department shall be co-opted. If no such teacher is available, the person co-opted for the UG selection committee shall also serve in the Post graduate selection committee.

Registers to be maintained

            The following Registers and other related documents pertaining to students admission should be maintained and preserved by the colleges:

a) Sale of Application Forms
b) List of Applications received within the last date prescribed.
c) List of Applications received after the last date prescribed.
d) Rank list registers signed by the members of the Selection Committee.
e) Information about the counselling date.
f) Copies of Rank lists displayed.
g) Minutes of Selection Committee meetings.
h) Admission Register.
i) Communication with the University / the Director of Collegiate Education related to admission.
j) Copies of all letters to the University / the Director of Collegiate Education making requisition for increased in seats and letters from the University permitting increase.
k) The colleges shall maintain registers regarding the applications received from SC / ST / MBC / DNC / BC students, who have been selected for admission and the number of such candidates admitted in each course.

Rule of Reservation:

            The admission shall be made purely on the basis of Merit subject to the rule of reservation of the Government of Tamil Nadu.

  1. 31% for Open Competition (OC).
  2. 30% for Backward Classes (BC) within this 3.5% is earmarked for Muslims.
  3. 20% for Most Backward Classes (MBC) and Denotified Communities (DNC).
  4. In the 18% for Scheduled Castes (SC),, 3% of seats offered to Arunthathiyars (with the seats reserved for SC).
  5. 1% for Scheduled Tribes (ST).

The rule of reservation will apply to:

  1. 100% of seats in Government Colleges.
  2. 50% of seats in the case of Aided minority colleges.
  3. 90% of seats in the cases of Aided Non minority colleges.
  4. 50% of seats in the cases of Unaided Private (Self-financing) colleges.
  5. 50% of seats in the Unaided (Self-financing) courses offered by the Aided Colleges.
  6. In respect of both Aided Courses and Unaided Courses in Minority Colleges, 50% of seats shall be filled by students belonging to minority concerned and the balance 50% of the seats shall be filled by following the rule of reservation.
Aided Course Fee Structure
Courses Special Fee Rs. Caution Deposit Rs. Tuition Fee Rs.
B.A. Tamil 354 300 -
  English 354 300 -
  History (Tamil Medium) 354 300 -
  Economics 354 300 -
B.Sc. Mathematics 354 300 -
  Physics 504 750 -
  Chemistry 629 1000 -
  Botany 579 300 -
  Zoology 579 300  
  Computer Science 1354 750 -
B.Com.   354 300 -
B.Com. Computer Applications 354 300 -
B.B.A.   354 300  
B.Voc. Environmental Assessment & Remediation 344 300 -
M.A. English 339 200 250
M.Sc. Mathematics 339 200 375
  Physics 689 400 375
  Chemistry 839 400 375
  Botany 689 400 375
  Zoology 689 400 375
M.Com.   339 200 375
M.Phil. Chemistry 3000 200 750
Self - Finance Course Fee Structure
Courses Tution Fee Rs. Lab Fee Rs. Special Fee Rs.
B.Sc .Information Technology 4750 9815 2000
B.Sc. Microbiology 3750 2365 1750
B.Sc. Mathematics 4750 6115 2000
B.C.A. 4750 11615 2000
B.Com. with C.A. 4750 10115 2000
B.A. English 4750 - 7115
M.A. Tamil 3300 - 2915
M.A. History 3300 - 2915
M.Sc. Computer Science 4750 12465 3000
M.Sc. Information Technology 4750 12465 3000
M.Sc. Microbiology 4750 21965 4000
M.Com.Computer Applications 4750 8165 3000
M.B.A. 4750 10300 16000
M.C.A. 4750 20560 4900
P.G.D.C.A. 1650 1715 -
Fees will be collected as per Government recommendations.
The caution deposit paid at the time of admission is for the entire course of study. The deposit is subject to adjustment towards penalties.
The candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Examinations (+2) from State Board of Higher Secondary Examinations , Government of Tamilnadu should remit `300/- only. (`250/- for Recongnition and `50/- for University Entrance Fee).
The candidates who have passed their qualifying examinations in other Universities / Bodies with India should remit `315/-. (Recognition fee, University Entrance fee `300/- and `15/-for cost of application).
The student belonging to SC/ST, including the converts are eligible for the award of full fee concession against the production of Community Certificate from Deputy Thasildar. The students benefited under the TNER must put in the minimum attendance of 90 percent.