GENERAL RULES FOR ADMISSION

 
        ADMISSION  ELIGIBILITY - HOW TO APPLY
  Admission forms and prospectus for +2 1st year Arts, Science, Commerce and +3 1st year Arts, Science and Commerce can be availed from the College Office on any working day between 10.30 am. to 2.00 p.m. with a payment of Rs.80/- in person at the college counter or with a payment of Rs.100/- in the shape of Bank Draft drawn in favour of Principal, Mangala Mahavidyalaya, Kakatpur, Puri, if required by post.
 
  Admission forms properly filled in should reach the Principal within 15 days of the publication of results of qualifying examination or as per the notice of the Principal. However, the last. date of the receipt of application forms from students coming from other states may be extended at the discretion of the college authorities subject to limitations under the CHSE, Orissa/Utkal University regulations and availability of seats.
  Candidates are advised to apply in separate forms for separate streams.
LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE ATTACHED WITH ADMISSION FORM  
1 Admission forms duly filled in
2 Cash receipt in support of purchase of admission form (in original)
3  Attested photocopy of SLC/CLC
4 Attested photocopy of mark-sheet and conduct certificate of qualifying examination. ,
5 Attested photocopy of Caste Certificate issued by Tahasildar of respective locality.
6  Any other certificate in support of claiming weightage.
7 A Self-addressed stamped envelope of 9" x 4" size. ADMISSION
 ADMISSION FORM INCOMPLETE IN ANY RESPECT WILL BE SUMMARILY REJECTED.
  The candidates should submit the duly filled in application forms in the college office on or before the prescribed last date. One may also send by Regd. post to the Principal, Mangala Mahavidyalaya, Kakatpur, Puri a week before the last date.

 

THE COLLEGE WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY POSTAL DELAY/MISSING.

PROCEDURE OF SELECTION 
 
CALCULATION OF MARKS
  Selection for admission into various classes will be made strictly on merit basis and calculation of marks shall be made as per the following:
  a)            The basic parameter of calculation of marks is the total mark secured by a candidate in H.S.C. Examination of Board of Secondary Education, Orissa, excluding extra optional, if any.
  b)         The percentage of mark secured by a candidate who has passed CBSE/ICSE Examinations in all obligatory subjects taken together should be taken into account for drawing up the merit list, i.e. the aggregate mark should be appropriately converted.
  c)  For compartmental candidates average of the two marks in the subjects in which the candidate has failed is to be calculated in determining the aggregate.
 
WEIGHTAGE :
  i)   National Cadet Corps (NCC):
  a)   Applicants holding Certificate 'A' & 'B' shall be given an additional weightage of 5% and 10% of marks over and above the aggregate marks secured at the HSC/ HS Equivalent examinations excluding extra optional.
 

b)     Applicants who have attended All India Level NCC camps/courses/activities shall be given weightage of additional 5% marks over and above the aggregate marks secured at the HS/equivalent examinations excluding extra optional on production of certificate to the effect by the competent authority.

 
  ii) National Service scheme (NSS) :
  a)    Applicants who have represented the country in NSS at the International level shall be given admission subject to fulfilment of minimum eligibility condition.
  b)  Applicants who have received national NSS award shall be given weightage of an aditional 7% of marks over and above the aggregate marks secured at the HS/equivalent examination without extra optional.
 

c) Applicants who have received State NSS award shall be given weightage of an additional 5% of marks over and above the aggregate marks secured at the HS/ equivalent examination, without extra optional.

 
  III) Scouts and Guides :
  a)  Scouts/Guides possessing and producing the original certificate signed by the President of India shall be given weightage of additional 10% of marks over and above the aggregate marks secured at the HSC/Equivalent examination.
  b) Scouts and Guides possessing and producing the original certificate signed by the Governor of the State shall be given weightage of additional 5% of marks over and above the aggregate marks secured at the HSC/equivalent examinations.
  IV) Sports & Games (SG):
  a)  Those who have represented the country at international level shall be given admission subject to fulfilment of minimum eligibility conditions.
  b) Those who have represented the State at the national level sports/games shall be given weightage of an additional 10% of marks over and above the aggregate marks secured at the HSC/HS/equivalent examination without extra optional
  c) Those who have represented the school at the Inter-State Schools Sports Meet, shall be given weightage of an additional 5% of marks over and above the aggregate mark secured at the HSC/HS/equivalent examinations without extra optional.
 
  v) Conditions for Weightage :
  a)      No weightage shall be given in any category if the achievement is not made within two years preceding the date of application,
  b)      Candidates possessing NCC Certificate 'A' & '8' shall not be given weightage if they have failed once and have passed HSC/ HS/ equivalent examination subsequently.
  c)      No weightage shall be given for attendance/participation/ representation at national/national/inter-school level camps/courses in any field if original certificate by competent authorities are not produced.
  d)     In case of sports and games, the Meets where the candidates have participated must be recognised/organised by the Director of Sports/Secretary BSE/Secretary, CHSE and the participation certificates must be countersigned by the Director of Sports, Government of Orissa.
  e)      Women candidates availing weightage for a subject shall not be allowed to change the subject subsequently.
  f)     The total weightage to be a given to a particular applicant shall not exceed 10% of aggregate marks secured at the HSC/HS/equivalent examinations without extra optional subjects irrespective of the number of activities in which the applicant has achieved distinctions.
  g)      Weightage shall be considered alongwitii the academic merit for maximum 10% of seats in each class for which a separate merit list shall be prepared after the first 90% of seats shall be filled up purely on merit.
  h)     Weightage shall be calculated out of the career assessment mark of HSC/HS/ equivalent examination.
 

i) Weightage shall be given only for the purpose of admission to the college and not for selection for Honours.

  j) Weightage shall be given only for the first admission into First
 
  RESERVATION OF SEATS
  Some seats are reserved for different category of applicants as mentioned below. Such seats shall be filled up subject to fulfilment of minimum eligibility condition. Applicants shall be considered for reservation category, if applicable, only for the first admission into First Year HSC/Degree Class, and not for admissions on transfer from other colleges.
  i) Scheduled Castes /Scheduled Tribes (SC/ST):
  a)    8% and 12% of the sanctioned strength of First Year Class are reserved for SC & ST respectively. The reserved seats are not interchangeable.
  b)   SC/ST candidates selected for admission on merit shall not be counted against the reserved seats.
 
  c)         In case the number of applicants from among SC andcategory exceeds the number of seats reserved for them, the Principal, at his discretion, may increase the number of reserved seats by another 4% for SC and 6% for ST.
  d)               SC/ST candidates are required to submit a caste certificate from an MLA/MP or a Revenue Officer not below the rank of a Tahasildar.
 

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Government Servants/Serving Defence Personnel on Transfer (GSOT):
 
  a)   4% of seats sanctioned shall be reserved for the self/children/wife/husband of Government Servants/Serving Defence Personnel on transfer within normal time of admission.
  b)   Government servants on deputation to any Government/Non‑ Government agency shall be eligible for the reservation, but Government servants on permanent transfer to corporate owned body shall not be eligible for the concession.
  c) A government servant retiring from service and shifting to a place where he/she wishes to reside after retirement, shall be treated as Government servant on transfer.
   iii) Physically Handicapped (PH):
  a)   3% of sanctioned strength shall he reserved for physically handicapped candidates.
  b)   A handicapped candidate shall be considered for reserved seats only on production of certificate from the Chief District Medical Officer/ Sub-Divisional Medical Officer/Chief Medical to the effect that he/she has a major orthopedical/physical handicap to the extent of 40% or above
 
  V) Ex-Serviceman (ESM) :
  a)  1% of sanctioned seats shall be reserved for the children/ spouse of ex-servicemen.
  b)  The facility to avail reserved seats shall be given to ESM only
 
  LIST OF DOCUMENTS IN ORIGINAL TO BE SUBMITTED AT THE TIME OF ADMISSION
  1.       Irtimation Letter
  2.       SLC/CLC in original
  3.       Conduct Certificate in original.
  4.       Mark sheet of the qualifying examination in original
  5.       Caste certificates issued by Tahasildar of respective locality

        in original.

  6.       Original certificates it support of claiming weightage.
  7.      Four passport size photographs/two stamp size photographs
  IMPORTANT NOTE
  1. No request for extension of admission date will be entertained

 

 PRINCIPLES OF SELECTION FOR HONOURS

  1. Aggregate marks/ plus marks in the subject of Honours applied / will be the basis of selection. In case of Ex-regular students  and students passing examination other than intermediate examination, the aggregate marks secured by them will be converted appropriately out of a maximum marks of 600 for applicants of Arts, Sc. & Com. Marks secured in Extra Optional subject in excess of marks should not be taken into consideration in selection of Honours.
  2. For botany Hons : Biology marks (Out of Hundred) will be considered.
  3. Marks secured in English should be added to the aggregate in case of candidates who have changed from Science to Arts or from Science to Commerce or from Arts to Commerce or from Commerce to Arts.
  4. For Hons subjects minimum qualifying marks shall be 40% in aggregate or 40% in the subject concerned. For candidates changing from Science to Arts or Commerce to Vice-Versa 40% in aggregate only to be considered.
  5. In case of candidates for Oriya Hons who had neither Sanskrit nor Oriya as an optional subject at the intermediate stage, the procedure should be aggregate marks plus marks secured in M.I.L.(O) (out of 100)
  6.  
    1. For Science students offering economics Hons with Economics as 4th optional the marks secured in Economics or in English or in Mathematics (whichever is higher) are to be added to the aggregate.
    2. For students passing +2 Commerce and opting for economics Hons the aggregate marks plus the marks in Economics shall be considered.
  7. For Commerce Honours :

For commerce Students : Aggregate marks + marks secured in the concerned subject of the Hons (i.e., Accounting or Business Studies & Management whichever is applicable)

For non-commerce students : Aggregate Marks + Marks secured in Economics or English whichever is applicable.

Note : Any clarification other than the above will be brought to the notice of the Principal. Decision of the Principal in the walker of Admission is bending  on all concerned.