General Rules

  1. Admission to the college shall be done as per the provisions of MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly.
  2. The candidates should submit their completed application forms in the office by the due date. The application forms received after the due date shall be rejected.
  3. Admission shall be done on merit basis of the qualifying examination.
  4. Prescribed fees must be deposited after the scrutiny of the application forms.
  5. Signatures of the candidate and the guardian on the declaration attached to the prospectus shall be done in the presence of admission officer, prior to the deposition of admission fees.
  6. No application form shall be entertained, till the required formalities are completed.
  7. While preparing the merit list for admission, two marks shall be deducted for every one year educational gap. A maximum of two year gap is permissible for admission.
  8. Reservation for SC/ST/OBC shall be done on the basis of government rules for admission to all the courses in the college. This reservation is as follows:
    • Scheduled Caste: 21 per cent
    • Scheduled Tribe: 02 per cent
    • Other Backward Class: 27 per cent
    • Physically handicapped: 02 per cent
    • Wards of defence personnel/freedom fighters/paramilitary forces (not applicable for the civilians employed in defence organisations): 02 per cent (which is already included in a, b, and c)
    • The candidates getting admission through 'd' category must present the certificate from Chief Medical Officer and the others from the district magistrate or the tehsildar.
  9. Only 5 per cent seats on the basis of merit shall be reserved for admission to the candidates from outside the state.
  10. In the merit list prepared for admission, additional weightage shall be given for the special qualifications as marked under 'special rules' below.
  11. College fees, university examination fees, etc. shall be deposited in a single instalment in the Allahabad Bank situated in the college premises. If the university increases the fees, it shall be taken along with the fees for examination form.
  12. Those students, who are eligible for improvement in first and second year examination of graduation, shall be promoted to second and final year respectively, subject to his/her securing of a total of 33 per cent marks in written examination and he/she fills the requisite declaration form for temporary admission. But this rule is applicable only in case the improvement examination is conducted along with the main examination; otherwise admission is possible after passing of the improvement examination. This arrangement is applicable only to the graduation level courses.