Admission Information


Admission Information Related To Higher Secondary Programme


Admission Procedure for Higher Secondary Programme
  • Students are admitted to HIGHER SECONDARY PROGRAMME of the college on the basis of merit. In this regards, decision taken by the authority will be the final. For admission, candidates must apply in prescribed format by the stipulated date. The selected candidates must be present in the interview for admission and they must produce the original copies of marksheet of the H.S.L.C. or equivalent examination passed, certificate from the head of the institution last studied in. Student applying for reserve quota must produce the caste certificate of him / her. A selected candidate must get himself/herself admitted on the date of the interview by paying the necessary fees; otherWise he/she will forfeit the seat.
  • Applications are processed and linalised by the Admission Committee.
  • Students will collect identity cards on the date of admission.
  • If any candidate passed the H.S.L.C. or equivalent examination before the current year, he/she must enclose a ‘gap certilicate’ from some competent person with the admission form.
  • In case of any dispute about any matter concerning admission, the decision of the Principal will be final.
Documents to be attached with the Admission Form

Attested copies of the following documents must be attached with the application form:

  1. Certificate from the Head of the Institution from where he/she passed H.S.L.C examination.
  2. Marksheet of H.S.L.C examination.
  3. Certificate for SC/ST/OBC/MOBC/ PH (Physically Challenged) (for students seeking admission under reserved category)
  4. Address proof.
  5. Photocopy of BPL card. (if the candidate applying for free admission)
  6. Migration Certificate. (if the candidate passed H.S.L.C or equivalent examination from Boards other than SEBA)
  7. Proficiency Certificate.

All the original copies of ducuments mentioned above must be produced at the time of admission. The applicant must also bring an unattested copy of his/her recent stamp size coloured photograph for pasting on Identity Card.

N.B. 1. Applicant must be present at the time of admission.
2. Caste Certificate must be duly countersigned by the concerned authority.

Free Admission

MC. College has taken an intiative to provide free education to the exceptionally meritorious students belonging to families of BELOW POVERTY LINE (BPL). Free admission is also provided to the first five rank holders of SEBA.

Reservation Of Seats
  1. There is provision for reservation of seats for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Castes as well as physically Challenged candidates as per the guidelines from the Govt. of India.
  2. Provision is also there for reservation of a very limited number of seats for the candidates having shown excellence in sports and culture (at state level in the minimum) as well as the NCC ‘A’ and ‘B’ certificate holders and Rajya Puraskar and Rastrapati Puraskar Certificate of Scout & Guide. Candidates seeking such reservation should submit as separate application in plain paper with the relevant certificate to the Principal, beside the usual application form within stipulated date. In this case, the number of seats will be decided by the admission committee on the basis of the guideline of D.H.E., Assam.
Registration and Migration

Registration under AHSEC is compuisory for all students after admission. Students from Boards other than SEBA shall have to produce Migration Certificates at the time of admission.

Admission for Unsuccessful Students
  1. Unsuccessful students of the Higher Secondary Class are generally not considered for regular admission. Of course, in the event of availability of seats, the college authority may consider admitting a few such students on the basis of their earlier academic performances.
  2. Unsuccessful students who want to appear in the examinations conducted by Assam Higher Secondary Education Council again have to seek permission from the Principal by paying a fee in the office of the college (on Principal’s notification) much before the time stipulated for submission of application forms for the examination. Those who have subject(s) with practical have to take admission as casual students and ensure the minimum required attendance in the practical classes.



Admission Information Related To T.D.C Programme


Admission Procedure for TDC (Arts & Science)
  • Students are admitted to TDC programmes of the college on the basis of merit. In this regards, decision taken by the authority will be the final. For admission, candidates must apply in prescribed format by the stipulated date. The selected candidates must be present in the interview for admission, and they must produce the original copies of marksheet of H.S. or equivalent examination, certificate from the head of the institution last studied in and caste certificate (where applicable). A selected candidate must get himself/herself admitted on the date of the interview by paying the necessary fees; otherwise he/ she will forfeit the seat.
  • Applications are processed and finalised by the Admission Committee.
  • Students will collect identity cards on the date of admission.
  • If any candidate passed the H.S. or equivalent examination before the current year, helshe must enclose a ‘gap certificate’ from some competent with the admission form.
  • In case of any dispute about any matter concerning admission, the decision of the Principal will be final.
Documents to be attached with the Admission Form

Attested copies of the following documents must be attached with the application form:

  1. Certificate from the Head of the Institution from where he/she passed H.S. or equivalent examination.
  2. Marksheet of H.S. or equivalent examination.
  3. Certificate for SC/ST/OBC/MOBC/ PH (Physically Challenged) (for students seeking admission under reserved category)
  4. Address proof.
  5. Photocopy of BPL card. (if the candidate applying for free admission)
  6. Migration Certificate. (if the candidate passed H.S. or equivalent examination from Boards other than AHSEC)
  7. Proficiency Certificate.

All the original copies of ducuments mentioned above must be produced at the time of admission. The applicant must also bring an unattested copy of his/her recent stamp size coloured photograph for pasting on Identity Card.

N.B. 1. Applicant must be present at the time of admission.
2. Caste Certificate must be duly countersigned by the concerned authority.

Reservation Of Seats
  1. There is provision for reservation of seats for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Castes as well as physically Challenged candidates as per the guidelines from the Govt. of India.
  2. Provision is also there for reservation of a very limited number of seats for the candidates having shown excellence in sports and culture (at state level in the minimum) as well as the NCC ‘A’ and ‘B’ certificate holders and Rajya Puraskar and Rastrapati Puraskar Certificate of Scout & Guide. Candidates seeking such reservation should submit as separate application in plain paper with the relevant certificate to the Principal, beside the usual application form within stipulated date. In this case, the number of seats will be decided by the admission committee on the basis of the guideline of D.H.E., Assam.
  3. A maximum 5% of the seats may be earmarked as per break up given below for Outstanding
    Sports Persons / NCC Cadets / proficiency in cultural activities / wards of the employees of the
    colleges, etc.
    (a) 2 % for Sports Persons of sports recognized by IOA/SAI and also have represented District, State, etc.
    (b) 1 % for wards of employees of the college and
    (C) 1 % for NCC/Scouts/ Guides./ NSS
    (d) 1 % for the students with achievements in cultural activities. These seats are to be settled
    on the basis of merit list of students concerned in each category. The detailed guidelines for filling up of these seats may be finalized by the Governing Body of the College.
Free Admission

MC. College has taken an intiative to provide free education to the exceptionally meritorious students belonging to families of BELOW POVERTY LINE (BPL). Free admission is also provided to the first five rank holders of AHSEC.

Procedure for selection of students to major course

Selection of students to major course in the TDC 1st Semester will be done on the date of admission. The selection will be on the basis of the total marks secured in the HS. Examination + the marks secured in the particular subject.

To take up major course in a particular subject, a student must have secured at least 40% in the HS. Examinations in that subject.

Key Point of TDC Semester System for Science and Arts
  1. A T.D.C. consists of Six Semesters covering three Calendar Years. The schedule for Semester system is as shown below:
    1. First, Third and Fifth Semester: 01 Aug – 31 Dec (including examinations)
    2. Second, Fourth and Sixth Semester: January – 15 June (including examinations)
  2. Students’ performance is monitored throughout the Semester by continuous assessment in the theory and practical courses. Evaluation of the Students’ performance in each of the theory and practical paper is based on the following:
    1. lntemal Evaluation : 20% Marks
    2. External Evaluation : 80% Marks
  3. lntemal Evaluation is based on sessional examination(s), home assignments, Seminars and library work in each Semester.
  4. External Evaluation is done through a final examination at the end of the Semester.
  5. The pass marks in each theory paper is 30 % and that in each practical paper is 40%.
  6. A student who could not appear or failed in any Semester examination will be allowed to clear the same as follows:
    1. First Semester with the regular Third Semester examination.
    2. Second Semester with the regular Fourth Semester examination.
    3. Third semester with regular Fifth Semester examination.
    4. Fourth Semester with regular Sixth Semester examination.
  7. A student gets maximum three chances to clear a particular semester. Three chances means, three continous examinations of a particular semester irrespective of a student appears or not. For example, a student of 2015 batch will get three chances ie. 2015, 2016 and 2017, thus, the student shall have to complete his / her all papers of 1st Semester Examination in 2017.
  8. Student can apply for repeat examination in one of the theory papers in 1st, 2nd and 3rd semester examinations. The provision for repeat examination is not applicable for 4th, 5th and 6th semester examination.
    No “repeat” / “betterment” is allowed in the practical examinations in any semester.
  9. Re evaluation of answer scripts should be addressed to the Deputy controller of examination, G.U. through the principal within 15 days from the date of declaration of result of the respective examination.
  10. In the Semester system there is no scope for a student to appear as a private candidate in any subject.
  11. Students passing in any paper (s) of a semester need to appear in the remaining papers (Failed or not appeared) in the next examination. Students passing in practical paper(s) of a subject need to appear only in theory paper (s) in the subsequent examination.
  12. It is mandatory for all students to appear in Sessional Examinations. The minimum mark for passing in each paper is 30% of the total marks.
  13. Subject correction and switch over cases from Major to General course is allowed in 1st semester only. Student applying for switch over from major to general course need to send the information immediately before the examination form fill up.
  14. Application form for name correction, withheld Result Clearance, Subject Correction, Duplicate Grade Sheet/Mark Sheet, Admit Card, Re—evalution of answer scripts etc. may be downloaded from GU website (www.gauhati.ac.in) and to be submitted to the Principal along with necessary documents and fees.