The College follows the University Admission norms in the admission process
SC/ST: The SC/ST students are provided with reservation as per statutory norms. The Admissions Committee ensures that SC/ST students have a fair chance of admissions in a non-discriminatory manner acknowledging whatever constraints they may have in their educational/social background and thus factoring that during the admission process.
OBC: Being a minority college, the college reserves a certain number of seats for OBCs,
Women: There is no need to reserve seats for women, as they outnumber men students, on merit, in several of the courses. The male-female ratio of enrolment is now 60-40 in favour of women.
Differently-abled: As per statutory requirement in the UGC, the College provides for reservation for Differently-abled students.
Economically weaker sections: The College provides Free Studentship to eligible students as per availability of funds with the College. The College has also instituted the “Earn while you learn” Scheme to aid students coming from economically weaker sections.
- Admission procedure is primarily based on academic records, admission tests and interviews are conducted by some departments.
- Entrance test scores are conducted for admission to English department.
- Weightage is given also to students coming from minority background, Women and physically challenged.