1. Admission 2024-25 - CMS College Kottayam

    CMS College Course And Eligibility

    Course Eligibility
    B.Sc 10+2
    B.Com 10+2
    M.Sc Graduation
    BCA 10+2
    BA 10+2
    MA Graduation
    M.Com Graduation
    Established in the year 1817, CMS College situated in Kottayam has evolved to become one of Kerala's largest educational institutions, boasting 14 departments that offer a comprehensive spectrum of 47 courses, encompassing Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and research programs.  With a faculty comprising 110 teaching members and supported by 35 administrative staff, the college has grown significantly over the years.
    1. Admissions to the wide array of courses are primarily based on merit, although specific programs might entail an interview process for selection. The evaluation of rank lists and index mark calculations adheres to the standard procedures outlined by Mahatma Gandhi University.
    2. The application window for Undergraduate courses typically commences in May and runs until the initial week of June annually. In contrast, the application period for Postgraduate courses is scheduled in July.

    Key Aspects:

    1. In cases where applications are submitted beyond the stipulated deadline, special permission from the principal is required.
    2. The college extends special considerations in terms of marks for candidates from SC/ST backgrounds.
    3. For Postgraduate programs, the college assesses candidates based on their Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) from their Undergraduate studies.
    4. The application process for Undergraduate courses typically opens in May and closes by the end of July. The duration of these programs spans three years.

    Key Features:

    1. Reserved quotas include 50 seats for SC/ST, Management Quota, and Community Quota, along with an additional allocation of 2 seats in each program designated under the Sports Quota. 
    2. Furthermore, 1 percent of the Undergraduate seats are earmarked for Persons with Disabilities (PD).
    3. For Postgraduate courses, the application process initiates in July. The publication of merit rank lists typically occurs in July, and admissions conclude by the end of August.

    Key Highlights:

    1. Reservation comprises 50 seats for SC/ST, Management Quota, and Community Quota, while an additional 5% of seats are set aside under the Sports Quota.
    2. Additionally, 2% of seats in the Postgraduate courses are reserved for Persons with Disabilities (PD).
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