Cheran College of Institutions - Admissions policy
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Admission Policy

Paramedical Course
1. Eligibility :
  • Nationality:
  •        a. Candidate should be a citizen of India.
           b.Overseas citizens of India who are registered under Section 7 A of the citizenship Act, 1955 (Centra Act 57 of 1955) are eligible to apply for        Paramedical courses subject to the production of proof of such registration.

  • Nativity:
           Candidates who belong to Tamil Nadu only will be considered for admission to the para-medical certificate courses.

  • Age Limit:
           Candidates should have completed 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission. (Example-For 2013-2014 session 17 years should        have been completed on or before 31st December 2013).

  • Qualification:
           Candidates should have passed Higher Secondary Certificate (Academic) conducted by the Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary State Board with the        following group of subjects with prescribed minimum marks alone shall be considered.
  •        a. Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology
           b. Physics, Chemistry, Biology with any other subject.

  • Note:
           Candidates who have passed any other equivalent examination with the same group of subjects mentioned above shall also be considered subject to        the eligibility certificate from TamilNadu Dr. M. G. R. Medical University, Chennai.

  • 2. Nativity :
  • Candidates should be Native of Tamil Nadu
  • Candidates belonging to other States cannot claim nativity of Tamil Nadu
  • Candidates who are Native of Tamil Nadu and have studied 8th Std to 12th standard in schools of Tamil Nadu for a period of 3 or 3½ years in Tamil      Nadu need not enclose the “Nativity Certificate”.
  • The Certificate of Nativity in Tamil Nadu of the candidate should be issued by the competent authority only and supported by a copy of Passport /      Aadhar / Voter’s ID/ Driving License. If the copy of the supporting document is not produced, then the application will be summarily rejected.
  • Candidates who are native of Tamil Nadu alone will be considered for communal reservation.
  • Other State candidates who are not native of Tamil Nadu but who have Studied 8th standard to 12th standard and studied Diploma course for a period      of 3 or 3 ½ years in Tamil Nadu will be treated as OC (Open Competition)

  • Note:
  • Producing false nativity certificate if detected at any time later during the course of study will result in expulsion of the candidate and also initiation of      criminal proceedings against the candidate as well as the Parents as per law.

  • 3. Minimum Eligibility Marks:

    Minimum eligibility marks in the various subjects (physics, chemistry, biology botany and zoology) for the different categories / Communities, namely Other communities (O.C), Backward class (B.C), Most Backward classes and Denotified communities (M.B.C/D.C) and Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Caste Arunthathiyar/Scheduled Tribe (S.C/SCA/S.T). have been prescribed. Details will be available in the prospectus.

    4. Procedure For Filling Up Application And Submission
  • Before filling up the application form and Scrutiny form, read all the instructions carefully.
  • Fill up the Application form and scrutiny form legibly, neatly and correctly. The information will be processed for preparing merit list. Any mistake     committed by the candidate will prejudice the selection.
  • Application with incomplete or insufficient particulars or without enclosures or those received after the last date mentioned will be summarily     rejected.
  • Filled up application without the signature and photo of the candidate will be rejected.
  • Do not make hole, pin or Stapler on the scrutiny form. Do not fold any of the forms under any circumstances.
  • All the entries in the application form and scrutiny form should be correct. The candidate should ensure that all information including the marks in the     qualifying examination furnished by him/her in the application and the enclosures are same.
  • The candidate is informed that if after scrutiny of his / her application it is found that the marks furnished by him / her in the application are not     correct or any other information is found to be incorrect, then;
  • He/she will forfeit the admission no matter at what stage of the course he/she will be at that time.
  • He/she will be debarred from pursuing any studies for a period of two years. c. Legal action will be initiated against him / her for furnishing incorrect     information.
  • Criminal action will be initiated against him / her for furnishing bogus mark sheets / bogus Community certificate/false nativity certificate.
  • The candidates are instructed to download and fill the application and scrutiny form with their own handwriting and enclose photo copies       of the following certificates along with the application.
  •          a. HSC Mark Sheet.
             b. Transfer Certificate obtained after the completion of higher education
             c. Nativity Certificate (wherever necessary)
             d. Permanent Community Certificate Card (wherever necessary)
             e. Service Certificate:-The Service candidates should have completed 2 years of continuous regular service as on 31.05.2018 excluding the leave for             which the candidate is eligible/ availed other than casual and compensatory leave.
             f. Candidates of Tamil Nadu origin who had studied in other Universities and other States have to produce the Eligibility Certificate from the Tamil             Nadu Dr.MGR Medical University, Chennai–600 032.
             g. Community certificates obtained from other states will not be considered and such candidates will be   treated as open category.

    5. Method Of Selection And Admission :

    Selection for admission to the Cheran institutions for Para-Medical courses will be made on the basis of marks obtained by the eligible candidates in the prescribed science subjects at the qualifying examination reduced to the base of 200 marks.

  • Weighted total marks for a maximum of 200 Percentage in biology (X) Percentage in physics and chemistry taken together(Y) Percentage in botany and     zoology taken together(Z) Weighted total marks for a maximum of 200 Either (X+Y)or (Z+Y)
  • Ranking of the candidates will be done based on the total marks computed to a maximum of 200, as mentioned above.
  • Selection for admission to the seats under categories under the respective courses will be made according to merit, choice of the candidate, seats     available and rule of reservation.

  • 6. Rule Of Reservation:
  • Open competition 31%
  • Backward classes 30% (Within 30% reservation for BC, 3.5% reservation will be provided for BC Muslims)
  • Most backward classes/De-notified communities 20%
  • Scheduled castes 18%
  • Scheduled castes Arunthathiyar (16% of 18% SC seats)
  • Scheduled tribes 1%

  • Counselling (Single Window System)

    Selection and admission will be made on merit basis for all categories of seats for Para-Medical courses, through counselling, following rule of reservation, choice of candidates and availability of seats. Eligible candidates will be called for counselling through call letters and also by publishing the counseling schedule in the websites and

  • According to this system the candidates are called for counselling according to the rank based on the aggregate marks (for 200) obtained. Candidates     can attend the counselling accompanied by one parent /guardian.
  • Candidates have to furnish relevant details in a counseling form and the original certificates are verified. The vacancy position and colleges available     are displayed
  • Candidates can choose any of the course and college where seats are available at their turn.
  • Option once given at the time of counselling cannot be changed later under any circumstances. If a Candidate opts out of one category of seats and opts     for the other category, under no circumstance he/she can claim for opted out category.
  • A non-refundable amount is being collected from the candidates selected during counselling. If the candidate does not join the course or discontinues     the course, he/she will have to forfeit the non refundable amount paid during the counselling and the selection automatically stands cancelled

  • 7. Post Graduate Degree M.Pharm / M.Sc. (Nursing) And MPT
  • Selection and admission for the above courses are also done by the Selection Committee.
  • Candidates will be called for Counselling as per their rank in the merit list and seats are allotted depending upon their Choice, availability of seats     based on rule of reservation
  • 50% of the seats in all specialties are reserved exclusively for service candidates of Tamil Nadu. Service candidates can also claim open category seats     based on merit.
  • The Cutoff date for completing the admissions for all the PG Courses is 31st May every year.
  • Entrance Examination is separately conducted for M. Pharm admissions and based on the merit and community, seats are allotted in Govt. / Govt. Quota     seats in Self-Financing colleges.
  • For M.Sc (N) and M. P.T. Courses, merit list is prepared based on total marks obtained in University Examinations and allotment is made based on      merit/  rule of reservation.

  • Arts and Science

    1. Minimum Eligibility Criteria for UG & PG courses :

    Aspirants can secure admission in UG courses offered at Bharathiar University if they have cleared their 10+2 or equivalent examination from a recognized board.

    To be eligible to apply for PG course admissions candidates should be graduates in the relevant field/subject from either Bharathiar University or any other University that is recognized to be equivalent by Bharathiar University.

    Note: Aspirants are advised to thoroughly go through the eligibility criteria as mentioned by Bharathiar University for the course in which they wish to secure admission.

    Admission Process

    Bharathiar University offers direct admission to aspirants in UG programes like BVoc Business Process Services and Data Analysis as well as BVoc Multi-Media and Animation.

    To offer admission to aspirants in PG courses, Bharathiar University conducts an entrance exam as well as admits aspirants on the basis of their marks in their UG Course.


    Photocopies of the following should be enclosed with the filled in application:

  • Qualifying Examination Mark Sheet/Provisional Mark sheet should be attested by Head Master of the School.
  • Community Certificate (wherever applicable)
  • Certificate of proof when admission is sought under Differently Abled / Sports Quota/ NCC/Ex-Servicemen etc.
  • Original Certificates are to be produced at the time of admission only. However, if a candidate fails to produce the relevant certificates in original at the     time of Counseling for admission, the admission shall be cancelled.

  • 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. .

  • 31% for Open Competition (OC)
  • 26.5% for Backward Classes (BC) other than BC Muslims and 3.5% for Backward Classes Muslims.
  • 20% for Most Backward classes (MBC) and Denotified Communities (DNC)
  • 15% for Scheduled Castes (SC), and 3 % for Arunthathiyars (SCA).
  • 1% for Scheduled Tribes (ST)
  • 50% of seats in the cases of Unaided private (Self-financing) colleges.

  • Preparation of Rank-List for UG Courses:
  • For admission to Under Graduate courses (UG) a candidate must have passed the Higher Secondary Examinations of Tamil Nadu or an examination (like     the CBSE) recognized by the Universities as equivalent thereto. Admission should be made based on the +2 marks only.
  • The Rank-list will be out of 400 marks comprising a subject-component of 400 and admission to Cheran Colleges done be through counseling.
  • Rank list should be prepared based on the marks obtained by the students in the subject component out of total 400 marks under Part III in Higher     Secondary examination during 2018-Eligibility of students for admission to UG Courses in the colleges shall be as per the guidelines fixed by the     Universities concerned.
  • Apportionment of seats for each course with different streams (80% Academic / 20% Vocational) and also Apportionment of seats among students who     have studied different subjects in the Higher Secondary (+2) shall be made as per the existing norms.
  • For the students passed Higher Secondary (+2) the marks can be converted to current stream. i.e to 400, instead of 800. If more than one allied is     offered for a particular major subject, 50% of the seats shall be given to each allied.

  • PG Admission through Entrance Exam

    In courses wherein admission is offered through entrance exam, the final merit list is prepared by giving 60% weight age to an aspirant’s score in the entrance exam and the remaining 40% weight age is allotted to average marks scored by the candidates in his UG course (upto Semester V).

    Procedure for admission to PG courses
  • For admission to post graduate courses (PG) a candidate must have passed the 3 years degree courses (under the 10 + 2 + 3 pattern) recognized by the     University as equivalent thereto.
  • In the case of admission to PG courses in all colleges the last date for receipt of filled in application shall be 10 working days from the date of     publication of the UG results of the respective Universities.
  • For admission to all PG courses other than MBA and MCA, the qualifying examination marks in part III (Major, Allied/Ancillary) alone shall be taken     into     consideration.
  • For admission to MSW course any degree holder is eligible.