The entire admissions in the College are done under the supervision of the Admissions Committee constituted by the College Council. The Committee consists of the Principal, three senior faculty members and a teacher representative from the Executive Committee of the Parent Teacher Association.
Afterthe introduction of CAP admissions in the merit and reservation quotas are done in such a manner as prescribed by the University. Accordingly, the University allots candidates to the College and the admission committee makes the formal admissions after verifying the original documents necessary for the admission.
For giving admissions to the candidates sponsored by U.T. of Lakshadweep, any number of seats can additionally be created.
The College strictly follows the guidelines for the admission to sports, cultural and differently-abled quotas. Two seats for each U.G programme are reserved for sports quota and one seat for cultural quota taking into account the total number of seats and the interchangeability factor. For P.G programmes, one seat for every 20 seats is reserved for sports quota and cultural quota admissions. Three percent is reserved for differently abled students. Students seeking admission in above categories should submit their application in the College itself. Candidates seeking admission in these quotas are required to submit their applications in the prescribed forms issued from the College office. Category-wise separate rank lists are prepared and published on the notice board. Admissions to these quotas are made strictly according to the rank lists. Details of the students admitted are uploaded in the University Website. They can also apply in CAP if they desire to be considered for the general allotment.
Admissions to the community merit quota (10%) are made in the College. Candidates seeking admission in this quota are required to submit their applications in the prescribed form issued from the College office. Formal admission is from the Rank List prepared on the basis of merit.
Admissions to the management quota (20%) are made by the College itself from the candidates who apply for the same in the prescribed form issued from the College office. Merit is given preference as far as possible.
On the day of admissions, the candidates, compulsorily accompanied by the parents/guardian attend the interview conducted by the admission committee. The interview is an interactive session that helps to understand the socio-economic and academic backgrounds of the candidates.
After the admissions are over, the list of admitted students is sent to the University.
The criteria and the procedure for admission to the self-financing programs are quite different. Fifty percent of the seats are filled with candidates allotted under CAP by the affiliating University and the rest is admitted in management quota inviting application in the College.