The candidates seeking admission to UG/PG programmes should register their names through the Centralized Allotment Process (CAP) of Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam. Candidates are required to go through the prospectus issued by the university carefully and familiarize themselves with all pertinent details regarding the admission procedure.
The college strictly follows government and university instructions and guidelines during the entire admissions process..
Applicants seeking admissions in Management and Community quota must register their names in the University CAP portal.
Candidates who wish to apply for seats under the management quota shall apply directly to the college through an application form from the college office.
Such candidates should apply through CAP initially and submit a copy of the application/CAP application number to the college. The CAP application number is essential for online registration of Management and Community Quota.
Fill in the application form with personal details, academic eligibility, etc.
The verification of the credentials filled in the online application shall be conducted by the college based on the digital copies of the supporting documents uploaded by the candidates at the time of applying online. The confirmation of admission shall be strictly based on the verification of original documents on a date prescribed by the University/College.
Academic eligibility should be satisfied as of the last date of submission of academic data. In the case of candidates who have passed examinations of other Boards/Institutes/Governments, except CBSE/CISCE, they shall be admitted only if these examinations have been declared equivalent to the qualifying examinations of MG University.
No candidate shall be admitted to the degree programme unless he/she possesses the qualifications and minimum requirements thereof as described in the university prospectus. Detailed information about academic eligibility is available on the university website cap.mgu.ac.in
Candidates seeking admission must produce their ORIGINAL MARK LIST, QUALIFYING CERTIFICATE, TRANSFER CERTIFICATE, and CONDUCT CERTIFICATE from the school or college they last attended.
Candidates who have passed the qualifying examinations from other Board/Universities should produce a Migration Certificate and Eligibility Certificate from Mahatma Gandhi University.
Candidates for admission will be required to appear along with their parents for an interview with the Principal.
Candidates selected will have to pay the first installment of Tuition fees, caution deposit, and such other fees prescribed at the college office before they are allowed to attend classes.
Any candidate found to have obtained admission by false representation shall be summarily dismissed and shall forfeit whatever fees he/she may have paid.
Students belonging to SC/ST/OEC/OBC and KPCR should produce the community/income certificate without which they will not be exempted from payment of fees.
Students shall not be given their Transfer Certificate and original qualifying certificates unless he/she pays all fees and other dues to the college.
A student applying for the return or release of documents must have cleared all dues to the college.
NSS Hindu College, Changanacherry, the earliest among the institutions of higher education was established by the Nair Service Society in 1947. Its history, ever since its inception has been a story of quick growth and steady expansion