Admission Details

Selection of eligible candidates for the courses in the Polytechnic College and special institutions will be made based on the total marks secured in the qualifying examination and the ranking will be done in the order of total marks secured by the candidates in the SSLC/equivalent examination. In respect of candidates, whose maximum marks in the qualifying examination is more than 500 as per scheme, the maximum marks shall be reduced to base of 500 and rank arrived at along with other candidates.

Minimum Marks:
All the candidates , who have passed the X std .are eligible for admission to the first year of the three year diploma course.
Candidates who have passed the Higher Secondary examination (+2/Academic/Vocational) may be directly admitted to the  second year(lateral entry)

Age limit:
There is no age limit.

RESERVATION DETAILS:
Selection shall be made under the following categories as per the rules of reservation force:-

S.NO.

COMMUNITY

1.

OPEN COMPETITION

2.

BACKWARD CLASS (OTHERS)

3.

BACKWARD CLASS (MUSLIM)

4.

MOST BACKWARD CLASS / DENOTIFIED COMMUNITIES

5.

SCHEDULED CASTE

6.

SCHEDULED CASTE (ARUNTHATHIYAR)

7.

SCHEDULED TRIBE

Fees:

PARTICULARS

AMOUNT

Tuition Fee (Per Year)

25000.00

Free Polytechnic Education.
Students who have scored 450 and above out of 500 are eligible for 100% fees waiver. This Scholarship will be continued for the remaining 2 years subject to maintenance of 90% attendance, 80% marks in the Board Examination in each semester and good conduct.

Government Scholarships :

  1. SC/ST
  2. Minority Scholarship

Examination Fees:
The students should remit the examinations fees all the papers in the current semester and for all the arrear papers if any, as prescribed by the DOTE.


PARTICULARS

AMOUNT

Examination Fee(Per Paper)

50.00

Registration Fee

25.00

Mark sheet

30.00

Provisional Certificate

75.00

Diploma Certificate

150.00

Consolidated Mark sheet

60.00

Duplicate Diploma Certificate (first time)

300.00

Issue of Duplicate Hall Ticket

25.00

Behavior:

  1. Students are expected to conduct themselves as worthy members of the engineering profession. They should abstain completely from participation in any party or communal politics.
  2. Students should attend the institute neatly dressed.
  3. Students should attend the classes well in time and regularly.
  4. Students should not loiter the campus during working hours.
  5. Students should park their vehicles in the parking space only.
  6. Students should be absolutely silent during institute working hours.
  7. Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the campus and hostel premises.
  8. Principal has the absolute right to suspend or dismiss any student found guilty of gross misconduct inside as well as outside the campus.

Responsibilities:

  • Students should keep the institute premises neat and clean.
  • Students should refrain from damaging the institute property by defacing wall, doors, electrical fittings, breaking furniture etc.
  • Students must furnish the addresses of (a) their residence and (b) Local guardian at the beginning of the year.   Any change in the above, must be immediately intimated to the institute. Failure to do so will be viewed seriously.

Ragging - An Offence:

Ragging in any form, place or time is a cognizable offence that will attract server punishment including summary expulsion from the institution.

Extract of Tamil Nadu Government Gazette – Extra ordinary dt.29.01.97 (Bill No.8 of 1997 Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Ragging ACT,)

  • In this act, unless the context otherwise requires, “Ragging” means display of noisy, disorderly conduct, doing any act which causes or is likely to cause physical or psychological harm or raises apprehension or fear or shame or embarrassment to a student in any educational Institution and includes:
    • Teasing, abusing or playing practical jokes on or causing hurt to such student or
    • Asking the student to so any act or perform something which such student will not, in the ordinary course willingly act or perform.
  • Ragging within or outside any educational institution is prohibited.
  • Whoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets or propagates “Ragging” within or outside any educational institution, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years and shall also be liable to a fine which may extend to ten thousand rupees.
  • Any students convicted of an offence under section 4 shall also be dismissed from the educational institution and such students shall not be admitted in any other educational institution.
  • Without prejudice to the foregoing provision, whenever any student complains of ragging to the head of an educational institution, or to any other person responsible for the management of the educational institution, such head of the educational institution or person responsible for the management of the educational institution shall inquire into the same immediately and if found true shall suspend the student who has committed the offence from the educational institution.
  • The Principal will have full powers to punish any student who violates the rules by imposing a fine, suspension or expulsion.  His decision is final and he need not assign any reason or explanation for the punishment awarded.
  • These rules will be altered or amended, and further rules may be added if necessary.  All the rules for the time being in force should be observed by the students.