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UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
CHEPAUK, CHENNAI - 600 005, TAMILNADU
University with Potential for Excellence by University Grants Commission, New Delhi. Accredited with A Grade By National Assessment and Accreditation Council

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APPLICATION FORM AND PROSPECTUS (University Examination Application Forms and Fee Remittance Challan Enclosed) Non-Semester with Credits Academic Year 2013 - 2014 and Calendar Year 2014

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
COST OF APPLICATION FORM & PROSPECTUS
In Person By Post Through Website : Rs.100/- by cash at the Institute / Study Centres / Spot Admission Centres. : Rs.150/- by Demand Draft drawn in favour of The Director, IDE., University of Madras, payable at Chennai. : www.unom.ac.in www.ideunom.ac.in The cost of application form of Rs.100/- should be paid along with Registration Fee of Rs. 100/-, if downloaded through website.

UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
(Established under the Act of Incorporation XXVII of 1857 Madras University Act 1923) (State University)

INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION


(Established in 1981)

Dr. R. THANDAVAN
Vice-Chancellor

Dr. G. KOTESWARA PRASAD


Registrar in-Charge

Dr. M. RAVICHANDRAN
Director in-Charge

Dr. T. LAKSHMANASAMY
Controller of Examinations in-Charge

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(Established under the Act of Incorporation XXVII of 1857 - Madras University Act 1923) (State University) Accredited at the A Grade Level by NAAC Conferred with the University with Potential for Excellence Status by UGC

UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
CHEPAUK, CHENNAI - 600 005.

Professor R. Thandavan
Vice-Chancellor
28th

31.1.2013
May,

Dear Students, Greetings. It is my proud privilege to welcome you to one of the Indias renowned universities. This 156 years old University has always striven to maintain its heritage and embrace new developments in terms of teaching and research. Welcome to the portals of this great University which can boast of having more than 3,00,000 students already on roll. The Institute of Distance Education (IDE) of the University of Madras was started in 1981 with a vision to impart education to the students who, due to various circumstances, cannot undergo face to face education. Over the years, the IDE has remained a heaven for students who cannot afford to join colleges or who are employed or who are seeking an additional qualification. The IDEs mission is to maintain the quality benchmarks in the education it offers. There is a vast array of courses that are offered in the IDE at different levels such as Postgraduate, Undergraduate, Diploma and Certificate. For facilitating independent study, all the learning resources of the IDE are prepared in Self Learning Format. The Personal Contact Programmes are handled by experienced faculty drawn from the university departments and affiliated colleges. It is a source of satisfaction for us to watch our students hone their understanding, introspection, knowledge and critical thinking skills during their course of study. We are confident that the degree you receive from the IDE, University of Madras will prepare you for facing the tough competition in the job market and for further study at higher education institutions. Through its increasing enrolment, the IDE takes education to the doorsteps of people thus increasing the number of students in the Higher Education sector. This enhances the Human Resource Development of our State and our Country. It is our shared duty to join hands to achieve the dream of education. My best wishes for your great success.

R. THANDAVAN
Phone (Office) : +91 - 44 - 2536 1074 / 2536 7563 Fax (Office) : +91 - 44 - 2536 7654 e-mail : vchome@vsnl.com

UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
The University of Madras was formally established on September 5, 1857 and undertook as its motto Doctrina Vim Promovet Insitam (Learning promotes [ones] innate talent). Robert Chisholm was commissioned in 1861 to build the Universitys first building, now a magnificent renovated heritage monument. The first Vice-Chancellor of the University was Sir Christopher Rawlinson, also the Chief Justice of Madras. This practice of part time Vice-Chancellors (majority from the High Court bench) was to continue until 1923. The University at its inception comprised of four faculties Arts, Law, Medicine and Engineering, and examined candidates for degrees in all these disciplines. However, consequent amendments to the Madras University Act, the Law, Medical and Engineering faculties earlier affiliated to this University have been since shifted to the newly created Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Dr. MGR Medical University and the Anna University respectively. The University of Madras was the first to introduce autonomous colleges within the University system in 1978-79. Since then, 27 out of the 159 affiliated institutions have become autonomous. The opening of the golden page in the history of the University of Madras with the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) accrediting it at the Five Star level took place in 2000. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has conferred the special status of University with Potential for Excellence in the same year. Presently NAAC has reaccredited the University of Madras with A Grade. The innovations introduced in the last decade have been many. At present there are 70 teaching and research departments in the University, grouped under 17 Schools. Within the Chennai Metropolitan area the University is now spread over six campuses such as (1) The Chepauk Main Campus, (2) The Guindy Campus, (3) The Marina Campus, (4) The Taramani Campus, (5) The Chetpet Campus (The Madras University Union), (6) The Maduravoyal Campus (Field Laboratory). The University offers several Masters and Research Programmes.

INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION


The Institute of Correspondence Education (ICE), as in Madras University Act 1923 Vol I (2001 Edition) Chapter VIII, Statue 2. III, now called the Institute of Distance Education (IDE) was established in 1981. Having completed 31 years, the Institute of Distance Education today is a mega Institute with a student enrolment of more than 3.0 lakhs. The objective of the Institute of Distance Education (IDE) is to enable learners to achieve educational, career and personal goals. The Institute of Distance Education at present offers 102 Degree Programmes : Undergraduate 27, Postgraduate 20, Professional 17, Diploma 25, and Certificate 13. Professional and job oriented programs are now offered in collaboration with the industry. Admissions are made throughout the year in the Academic Year Stream (June to May) as well as Calendar Year Stream (January to December). In order to meet this growing demand, the number of Spot Admission Centres in Tamil Nadu, Union Territories, and Study Centres in India and Abroad have been considerably increased. Efforts are taken to promote borderless education at the global level.

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UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE COURSES


CONTENTS
Sl. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Particulars Contact Details and Telephone Numbers Courses Offered Eligibility Condition General Information Admission Centres Lateral Admission Undergraduate Degree Course 7.1 Structure of Courses 7.2 Scheme of Examinations (Theory) 7.3 Scheme of Examinations (Practical) 7.4 Classification of Successful Candidates 7.5 Credits to be earned for the Final Award 8.
FEE DETAILS

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A) Break-up of Fee B) Total Fees - Course-wise C) Fee Details - Overseas Students 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Personal Contact Program - PCP List of Spot Admission Centres and Study Centres Grievance Form and Feedback Form Simulataneous Admission to Certificate & Diploma Courses Examination Details with Examination Form General Information in Tamil Instrucation for filling the Computer Coding Sheet Admission Application form, Coding Sheet and Address Slip

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1. CONTACT DETAILS AND IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBER


A) CONTACT DETAILS COURSES / ADMISSIONS The Director Telephone No. : 044-25613716 Institute of Distance Education Telegram : OPENLEARN University of Madras Fax : +91-44-25360865 IDE Buildings, Chepauk E-mail : ide123@vsnl.net, director@ideunom.ac.in Chennai - 600 005. Website : www.unom.ac.in www.ideunom.ac.in B) CONTACT DETAILS EXAMINATIONS / CERTIFICATES Telephone No. : 044-25368496 The Controller of Examinations Fax : +91-44-25366368 University of Madras E-mail : contexam@md2.vsnl.net University Centenary Building Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005. The Additional Controller of Examinations Institute of Distance Education University of Madras IDE Buildings Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005. Telephone No. : 044-25392231 / 25613704 Fax : +91-44-25393595

Contact Numbers

C) ENQUIRY & GRIEVANCE REDRESS : 044 - 25613727 / 044 - 25613728 : 044 - 25613729 / 044 - 25613730 : 044 - 25613731

FACULTY MEMBERS
Phone Numbers TAMIL COMMERCE Phone Numbers

1. Dr. O. Mathivanan, Assistant Professor 2. Dr. (Mrs.) M. Sargunavathi, Assistant Professor


ENGLISH

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1. Dr. M. Ravichandran, Professor 2. Dr. R. Panchalan, Professor


MANAGEMENT STUDIES

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1. Dr. V. Bharathi Harishankar, Professor 2. Dr. (Mrs.) P. Aruna Devi, Assistant Professor

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1. Mr. B. Devamaindan, Assistant Professor


PSYCHOLOGY

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POLITICAL SCIENCE / PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

1. Dr. S. Thenmozhi, Assistant Professor


COMPUTER SCIENCE

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1. Dr. R. Srinivasan, Assistant Professor 2. Dr. R. Mathaiyan, Assistant Professor

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1. Mrs. S. Sasikala, Assistant Professor

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IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS


(A) OFFICERS
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01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 DIRECTOR CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS ADDL. CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS [IDE] DEPUTY REGISTRAR [FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION] DEPUTY REGISTRAR [ADMISSIONS] ACCOUNTS OFFICER PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER ASST. REGISTRAR [GENERAL] ASST. REGISTRAR [FINANCE] ASST. REGISTRAR [UG. ADMISSIONS] ASST. REGISTRAR [PG. ADMISSIONS] ASST. REGISTRAR [LESSONS] ASST. REGISTRAR [SC/ST CELL] ASST. REGISTRAR [IDE. UG. EXAMINATIONS - I] ASST. REGISTRAR [IDE. UG. EXAMINATIONS - II] ASST. REGISTRAR [IDE. PG./PROF. EXAMINATIONS] ASST. REGISTRAR [IDE. CERTIFICATE] ASST. PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER [IDE. - EXAMINATIONS]

Officers Designation

Phone Numbers
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Fax Numbers
91-44-25360865 91-44-25366368 91-44-25393595 91-44-25393368 91-44-25393457

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(B) ADMINISTRATION SECTIONS


Sl. No. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 NAME OF THE SECTIONS P.A. to DIRECTOR AUDIT SECTION CALL CENTRE CASH COUNTER COMPUTER CENTRE OFFICE COMPUTER CENTRE DATA ROOM DESPATCH SECTION ELIGIBILITY SECTION ENQUIRY FINANCE [CHARGES-A] SECTION FINANCE [CHARGES-B] SECTION FINANCE [ESTT. ] SECTION FINANCE [RECEIPT-I] SECTION Phone Numbers 25613715/73 25613765 25613795/96 25613743 25613819 25613820 25613721 25613768 25613727 to 31 25613745 25613782 25613746 25613741 Sl. No. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 NAME OF THE SECTIONS FINANCE [RECEIPT-II] SECTION FINANCE RECONCILATION GENERAL SECTION GRIEVANCE CELL LESSON STORAGE-I SECTION LESSON STORAGE-II SECTION LESSON WRITING SECTION LIBRARY MAIL SECTION P.C.P. SECTION SC/ST CELL SERGEANT TELEPHONE EXCHANGE Phone Numbers 25613742 25613740 25613733 25613725 25613738 25613777 25613732 25613775 25613720 25613760 25613791 25613744 25613766

(C) ADMISSION SECTIONS


Sl. No. 01 U.G. - ADMISSION SECTIONS Phone Numbers Sl. No. 01 P.G. - ADMISSION SECTIONS PG. ADMISSION - I M.A. Tamil, Hindi, Modern Arabic, Urdu, English, Vaishnavism. 25613748 Phone Numbers

UG. ADMISSION - I B.A. Tamil, Historical Studies, Vaishnavism. B.Sc. Mathematics, Geography, Psychology, Medical Sociology, Visual Communication 25613752 Hotel & Catering Management. B.Music Music UG. ADMISSION - II B.A. English, Urdu, Economics, Public Administration, Christian Studies, Criminology and Police Administration. B.Lit. Tamil Literature B.Nat. Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences UG. ADMISSION - III B.Com. Commerce B.Com. Co-operation B.Com. Corporate Secretaryship UG. ADMISSION - IV B.B.A. Business Administration B.Com. Bank Management

M.Com. Commerce 02 PG. ADMISSION - II M.A. Historical Studies, Political Science, Public Administration, Economics, Sociology, 25613849 Christian Studies, Human Rights and Duties Education. M.Music Music 03 PG. ADMISSION - III M.Sc. Mathematics, Geography, Psychology. 25613761 Counselling Psychology, Medical Sociology. Information Security PG. ADMISSION - IV M.Sc. Information Technology [I.T.], M.C.A. Computer Applications PG. ADMISSION - V M.B.A. Business Administration

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PG. ADMISSION - VI (Combined with OUS Section) B.L.I.S. Library and Information Science M.L.I.S. Library and Information Science 25613762 CERTIFICATE COURSES DIPLOMA COURSES P.G. DIPLOMA COURSES M.Phil. COURSES STUDY CENTRES ADMISSION SECTION Undergraduate Courses Postgraduate Courses Professional Courses Certificate and Diploma Courses

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EXAMINATION SECTIONS
B.A.

Phone Numbers

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EXAMINATION SECTIONS
M.C.A., M.Sc. [I.T.]

Phone Numbers 25613735 25613734 25613711 25613753

Tamil, English, Urdu, Historical Studies, 04 Public Administration, Economics, 25613723 05 Christian Studies, Vaishnavism, Criminology and Police Administration.

E4-A B.Com. Commerce B.Com. Computer Applications E4-B B.B.A. E5 E6 B.B.M., B.C.A., M.Phil. COURSES M.B.A., B.L.I.S., M.L.I.S. COURSES, CERTIFICATE COURSES, DIPLOMA COURSES. PG. DIPLOMA COURSES CERTIFICATE SECTION DESPATCH SECTION

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Mathematics, Geography, Psychology, 06 Medical Sociology. 25613726 B.Com. Co-operation, Corporate Secretaryship. 07 B.Lit., B.Music Tamil, English, Hindi, Urdu, 08 Modern, ArabicHistorical Studies, Political Science, Public Administration, Economics, Sociology, Christian Studies, Human Rights and Duties Education, 25613710 Vaishnavism. M.Sc. Mathematics, Geography, Psychology, 09 Counselling Psychology, Medical Sociology. M.Com. M.Music 10 M.A.

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2. COURSES OFFERED
Sl.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.Nat. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.Com. B.Com. B.Com. B.Com. B.Lit. B.Sc. B.Sc. B.Sc. B.Sc. B.Sc. B.Sc. B.Sc. BMM B.Music B.B.A. B.C.A. Courses Christian Studies Criminology and Police Administration Economics English Historical Studies Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (Non Clinical) Performing Arts (Muttamizh, Iyal, Isai, Nadagam) Public Administration Tamil Urdu Vaishnavism Bank Management Computer Applications Corporate Secretaryship General Tamil Literature Apparel and Fashion Design Geography Hotel and Catering Management Mathematics Medical Sociology Psychology Visual Communication Bachelor of Multimedia - Animation Music Business Administration Computer Applications 5 Medium of Instruction English & Tamil English & Tamil English & Tamil English English & Tamil English English & Tamil English & Tamil Tamil Urdu English & Tamil English & Tamil English & Tamil English & Tamil English & Tamil Tamil English English & Tamil English English & Tamil English English & Tamil English English English & Tamil English & Tamil English & Tamil

3. REGULATIONS ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSIONS THREE YEAR DEGREE COURSES


Admission to the First Year B.A. / B.Lit. / B.Sc. / B.Nat. / B.Music. / B.Com. / B.B.A. / B.C.A. Degree Courses is open to candidates who have passed any one of the following Examinations : (1) The Pre-University Examination conducted previously by the University of Madras or any other University accepted as equivalent thereof by the authorities, University of Madras. (2) The Higher Secondary Examination [Academic or Vocational Stream] conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu [or] other States [or] Union Territories [or] an Examination accepted as equivalent thereof by the authorities, University of Madras. (3) There should be a minimum gap of two clear years between the date of appearance in the examination in which the candidate has passed the S.S.L.C. [X Standard] and Higher Secondary Examination (+2) or any other equilavent Examination as prescribed in the Prospectus for joining the First Year of Degree Course. (4) The Senior School Certificate Examination [XII Standard] conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education held in 1979 or thereafter provided that they have been declared to have passed the examinations in not less then 5 subjects of which ENGLISH shall be one. (5) The Indian School Certificate Examination [12 Years] conducted by the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination held in 1977 or thereafter, provided that they have been declared to have attained the pass standard in the examinations in not less than 5 subjects of which ENGLISH shall be one. (6) (7) Those who have passed the Plus Two examinations of the National Open School, New Delhi. Pre-Technical Examination previously conducted after 11 years of study by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, Chennai. (8) Intermediate Examination [2 years] of Andhra Pradesh, Pre-Degree Examination [2 Years] of Kerala and Pre-University Examination [2 Years] of Karnataka under the 10+2 pattern. (9) Candidates who have successfully completed 12 or 13 years of education in any State in India or Abroad under 11+1 or 10+2 or 11+2 pattern, subject to approval by the authorities of this University.

(10) Candidates who have Passed Two Years Foundation Course Examination (as equivalent to 12th Std) of Annamalai and Madurai Kamaraj Universities after passing 10th Std and Prefoundation course examination (as equivalent to 10th Std) conducted by the Annamalai and Madurai Kamaraj Universities. (11) Candidates who have successfully passed the Three Year Diploma Examinations conducted by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, Chennai after passing 10th Standard Examination. (12) Candidates who have passed the G.C.E. [Advanced Level / Principal Level] with not less than 3 subjects in the A Level with ENGLISH in the O Level / SUBSIDIARY Level. (13) Candidates holding Diploma in Commercial Practice Certificate or Modern office practice [Three Year Course] of the Directorate of Technical Education & Training, Chennai, Government of Tamil Nadu or any other Diploma as equivalent thereto provided that they satisfy the eligibility conditions prescribed in the regulations are eligible for lateral admission to the Second Year B.Com. [Commerce] Degree Course of this University, provided they studied the Language and English paper at the Diploma level; otherwise they should study a language and English paper in the Second year B.Com degree course. (14) Candidates holding Diploma in Computer Science and Engineering (or) Diploma in Computer Technology, Diploma in Information Technoloty (IT) Electrical and Electronics Engineering (or) Diploma in Computer Hardware Maintenance, Electronics and Communication Engineering Certificate [Three Year Course] of the Directorate of Technical Education and Training, Chennai, Government of Tamil Nadu or any other Diploma as equivalent thereto provided that they satisfy the eligibility conditions prescribed in the regulations are eligible for lateral admission to the Second Year B.C.A. Degree Course of this University, provided they studied the language and English paper at the Diploma level; otherwise they should study a language and English paper in the Second year B.C.A. degree course. (15) Candidates who have successfully completed 10th Standard and Three Year Diploma Course in Music recognised by the authorities, University of Madras are eligible for lateral admission to the Second Year B.Music Degree Course of this University subject to the conditions that they should appear and pass all the papers from First Year onwards as prescribed in the regulations to successfully qualify the B.Music Degree Course. (16) Candidates who have already undergone their First Year and Second Year Undergraduate Degree Courses and passed or discontinued their studies through the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras [or] through the Colleges affiliated to the University of Madras including Autonomous Colleges under the purview of this University [or] through the Colleges affiliated to other Universities including Autonomous Colleges under the purview of the Universities concerned recognised by UGC/AIU are eligible for lateral admission to the Second Year and Third Year Degree Courses respectively for the courses offered by the IDE subject to approval by the authorities of this University. For details, please visit our Website : www.ideunom.ac.in 7

4. GENERAL INFORMATION
ATTENTION Students can seek admission only at Single Window Admission Centre / Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres / Participatory Programme Centres listed in the prospectus / University Website. Students are advised not to have any dealing with any other unauthorised Institutions/ Agencies pertaining to admission to any of the courses offered by this Institute. They are cautioned that admission secured from unauthorised centres / agencies will not be entertained and University will not be held resonsible for the same. 1. All the courses of the Institute are offered to the residents of India and also to foreign countries as per the discretion of the authorities, University of Madras. Admission cannot be claimed as a matter of right and the Institute reserves the right of admission. 2. Admission across the counters will be made for those who come to the Single Window Admission Centre at IDE Campus / Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres in person along with the required original documents / certificates, registration fee paid challan endorsed by the Designated Banks - Indian Bank / IOB or a demand draft in favour of The Director, IDE, University of Madras, payable at Chennai for Rs.100/3. The Applicant has to detach and fill in the following : (i) Application Form, (ii) Computer Coding Sheet and (iii) Address Slip. 4. (i) Before filling in the application read the Prospectus carefully. (ii) Preserve the Prospectus till the completion of the course as it contains all the information relating the course including formats of the examination application and fee payment challan. 5. The Application must be accompanied by All the Original Certificates as mentioned in the Prospectus and the Registration Fee of Rs. 100/-. Candidate seeking admission in the Study Centre / Participatory Programme Centres and other Centres to Provide the Original certificate in the concerued centre where they seek for admission. 6. 7. The Applicant has to state clearly the Degree Course and Subject which he/she wants to study. The following original Certificates/Documents with one set of xerox copies attested by competent authority should be sent along with the application form for admission to Undergraduate Degree Courses :

(a) (b)

Transfer Certificate from the Head of the Institution where the applicant last studied. Statement of Marks of the Qualifying examination. Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination should enclose all the original statements of marks right from their secondary school education along with the application form.

(c) (d)

Provisional Pass Certificate / Diploma Certificate of the Qualifying examination. If the certificates are in a language other than ENGLISH / TAMIL, an authenticated translation in English duly attested by a Gazetted Officer should be sent along with the original certificates.

(e)

Candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from abroad, such candidates should submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Association of Indian Universities (Address : Secretary Association of Indian Universities, 16, Kotla Marg, New Delhi - 110 002.)

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Candidates who have not undergone and passed the qualifying examinations under 10 + 2 or 11 + 1 or 10 + 3 pattern or who have passed under Open University system of this University / other recognised Universities need not apply, as they are not eligible for admission.

(g)

All the original certificates should be attached at the top left corner of the application form with a tag or string to prevent them from getting lost.

(h)

Candidates are advised to take sufficient number of attested copies of their original certificates before sending them to the Institute.

(i)

Failure to submit any one or more of the above certificates / documents may entail rejection of their applications.

(j)

Photographs to be affixed : (i) One on the Application Form [Attested by a Gazetted Officer / Faculty / Deputy - Assistant Registrar of the University of Madras with Seal] (ii) One on the Address Slip. (iii) One on the reverse side of the Coding Sheet.

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The application form duly filled-in and signed by the candidate along with all the original certificates mentioned above (a,b,c) for admission to Undergraduate Courses, together with Registration Fee of Rs.100/- by means of challan paid through the designated Banks or by means of Demand Draft in favour of The Director, IDE, University of Madras, Chennai - 600 005 be submitted to the concern Co-ordinators in case of Candidates seeking admission through Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres / Participating 9

Institutions. Students seeking admission through Single Window Admission centres at the Institute of Distance Education at Chepauk should submit the Application through the Counters. The Registration Fee paid by means of designated BANK challan or Demand Draft towards admission for the above courses will not be refunded under any circumstances. 9. Candidates pursuing any other course of study at this Institute are eligible for admission to one additional course at the Certificate Level offered by this Institute. 10. Admission to candidates who have qualified from other Universities/Bodies will be considered only on the condition that their previous qualifications are recognised by this University. However, action will be taken to recognise the examination of a recognised University provided the syllabus of the qualifying examination is produced by the candidate, subject to approval by the authorities of this University. 11. All the columns in the application form should be filled in very carefully and incomplete application forms will summarily be rejected. 12. The Photocopy of the statement of marks of the qualifying examination accompanying the application form must be attested by a Gazetted Officer and also by the concerned Co-ordinator of the Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres / Participatory Institutions. 13. A Course Completion Certificate in lieu of Transfer Certificate will be issued by the Institute either on completion of the course or on discontinuance of the course. (Subject to verification of payment of prescribed fee) 14. MODE FOR PAYMENT OF FEES Students can make their payments with the Banks designated by the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras without any additional charge. The challan has three identical parts, Viz. Bank Copy, IDE Copy and Student Copy. The particulars required in the challan should be filled in by the Candidates without leaving any column blank. The BANK will retain Bank Copy, and return the IDE Copy and Student Copy to the student. The IDE copy of the BANK Challan should be submitted to the Concern Centres where they seek Admissions. The student copy should be preserved carefully by the student as a proof of payment. In places where there is no facility for the payment of fees through the designated Banks, students may make the payment by means of Demand Draft obtained from any of the Nationalized/Scheduled Bank drawn in favour of The Director, IDE, University of Madras payable at Chennai. 15. Online Fee Payment System : Students can also remit their Registration Fee & Tuition Fee through Online Payment Gateway System provided in the Website: www.ideunom.ac.in.

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16. The Tuition Fee and other fees for the First Year should be paid only after receiving the intimation letter of provisional admission. For payment of subsequent tuition fees and other fees for second and third year, no separate intimation will be sent to the candidates admitted. Hence, candidates are advised to retain this Prospectus till the completion of the course for guidance and make remittances within the specified due dates on their own. The enrolment of the defaulters will automatically stand cancelled. They may, however, be readmitted to the same course on payment of Rs. 500/- subject to approval by the authorities. Candidates are not permitted to remit the fees in instalments. 17. The students are strictly instructed to use separate BANK challans to pay the Tuition Fee and Examination Fee and be sent to the Director, IDE, in separate envelopes. The fee paid challan endorsed by the designated BANKS may also be presented to the Co-ordinator, Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres for onward transmission to the Director, IDE. They are requested not to pay both examination and tuition fees together. The Institute is not responsible for any delay in sending the learning materials or statement of marks, etc., if the examination and tuition fees are paid together. Students can use the Fee Payment challan supplied with this Prospectus. No extension of time will be given, under any circumstances, for payment of fee. 18. Students admitted through the Study Centres / Spot Admission Centres are advised to submit the payment challan endorsed by the designated Banks for onward transmission to the Director and required to collect the learning materials from the concern Study Centres / Spot Admission Centres. Fees once remitted will not be refunded or adjusted in any manner under any circumstances. 19. Prescribed text books for reference will not be supplied to the candidates by the Institute of Distance Education. Hence they are advised to get them from the book-sellers. However, the syllabi and the self learning materials will be sent to the candidates. Learning materials will be supplied at the Single window admission centre at IDE / Study Centres / Spot Admission Centres. Those who are not able to receive at the centres may request the Director for the same.

LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF FILLED-IN APPLICATION FORM FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-2014

30.09.2013
THE LAST DATES FOR THE RECEIPT OF THE TUITION FEE IS GIVEN BELOW. YEAR LAST DATE

SECOND YEAR THIRD YEAR

JULY 25, 2014


(For Academic Year Admissions)

FEBRUARY 16, 2015


(For Calendar Year Admissions)

JULY 24, 2015


(For Academic Year Admissions)

FEBRUARY 26, 2016


(For Calendar Year Admissions)

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20. EXEMPTION AND CONTINUATION OF STUDY (1) Candidates who have already passed Foundation Courses or Part I/II subjects as a whole in the B.A./ B.Sc. Degree Examinations of the University of Madras and the Universities approved by the University Grants Commission [UGC] and Association of Indian Universities [AIU] will be exempted from appearing for the Foundation Course (Paper I or II) as the case may be subject to the approval by the University. Students who seek such exemption should submit their requisition together with the following documents and fees : (i) Original statement of marks in respect of the Foundation Courses or Part or Parts already passed by them as a whole, along with authenticated syllabus prescribed by the Autonomous Colleges / other Universities for scrutiny and to consider for exemption of papers by the authority of this University. (ii) (iii) (2) Two attested xerox copies of the above statement of marks. Payment challan endorsed by the designated Banks for Rs.100/- towards exemption fee.

Students who have completed successfully the First / Second Year of studies in B.A. / B.Lit. / B.Sc. / B.Music / B.Com. (General Commerce) / B.Com. (Bank Management) / B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship) / B.Com. (Computer Applications) / B.B.A. / B.C.A., in the Colleges affiliated to the University of Madras under the regulations in force from 1983-84, and the Colleges affiliated to other Universities approved by the University Grants Commission [UGC] and Association of Indian Universities [AIU] are considered for admission to the Second / Third Year of the Undergraduate Courses, in the same faculty, in this Institute, subject to approval by the University authorities. They will not be eligible for classification. These candidates should send along with their application, First / Second Year statement of marks in original, and authenticated syllabus prescribed by the Institution / University concerned.

(3)

Candidates who have discontinued B.A. / B.Lit. / B.Sc. / B. Music / B.Com.(General Commerce) / B.Com. (Bank Management) / B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship) / B.Com. (Computer Applications) B.B.A. / B.C.A. Degree Courses, after passing the papers prescribed for the First/Second Year Courses, either under the old Non-Semester Pattern or under the Semester Pattern, in the Colleges affiliated to the University of Madras and the Colleges affiliated to other Universities approved by the University 12

Grants Commission [UGC] and Association of Indian Universities [AIU] are considered for admission to the Second/Third Year of the Undergraduate Courses in the same faculty concerned, under the current regulations, in this Institute, subject to approval by the University authorities. They will not be eligible for classification. These candidates also should send the required original documents mentioned above. (4) Deaf & Dumb and mentally challenged candidates admitted to the three year Undergraduate Degree Courses of this University shall be exempted from the study and examinations of the Language [i.e.] either Tamil or any other Language or English under the Foundation Courses and shall be declared qualified for the degree, if they pass the other examinations prescribed for the degree. (5) Dyslexia students admitted to the three year Undergraduate Degree courses of this University shall be exempted from the study and examinations of the Language (i.e.) (a) either Tamil or any other language under the Foundation courses and shall be declared qualified for the degree if they pan the other examinations prescribed for the degree; (b) they shall be allowed extra one hour time in the examinations; (c) Leniency in overlooking spelling mistakes; (d) Amanuensis for all UG degree courses provide the request shall be duly certified by the Medical Board of the Government Hospital / General Hospital / District - quarters Hospitals and they shall be declared qualified for the Degree if they pass the other examinations prescribed for the Degree. (6) Candidates who have passed the Diploma in Commercial Practice or Modern office Examination conducted by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, Government of Tamil Nadu or any other Diploma as equivalent thereon after passing the 10th Std / 12th Std are eligible for admission to the Second Year of the B.Com. Degree course at this Institute provided they studied the language and English paper at the Diploma level; otherwise they should study a language Paper and English Paper in the Second year B.com degree course with effect from the academic year 2005-06 and thereafter. (7) Candidates holding Diploma in Computer Science and Engineering [or] Electrical and Electronics Engineering [or] Electronics and Communication Engineering Certificate [Three Year Course] of the Directorate of Technical Education and Training, Chennai, Government of Tamil Nadu or any other Diploma as equivalent thereto, after passing the 10th, 12th Std provided that they satisfy the eligibility conditions prescribed in the regulations, are eligible for admission to the Second Year B.C.A. Degree 13

Course at this University provided they studied the language and English paper at the Diploma level, otherwise they should study a language and English paper in the Second year B.C.A. degree course with effect from the academic year 2005-06 and thereafter. (8) Candidates who have successfully completed 10th Standard and Three Year Diploma Course in Music recognised by the University of Madras are eligible for admission to Second Year B.Music Degree Course of this University subject to the condition that they should appear and pass all the papers from First Year onwards as prescribed in the regulations to successfully qualify for the B.Music Degree Course. 21. CONDONATION OF BREAK IN STUDIES Candidates who have discontinued courses from Colleges or from this Institute and who seek admission in this Institute in the Second Year of the course should pay a sum of Rs. 500/- or such fee as may be in force from time to time towards condoning the break in study and for permission to rejoin the course. Candidates from other Universities should pay Rs.750/- towards transfer fee in addition to condonation fee, if he/she wants to join in the second year course. 22. INCASE OF DISCONTINUANCE OF STUDY Students who want to discontinue their courses after the completion of first year should inform the Director, IDE., before 31st May of every year. Otherwise, full fees will be collected for the subsequent years. Only after receiving the entire fees, his/her Course Completion Certificate will be issued. Legal dispute, if any, relating to Admission / Examinations of IDE. will be subject to Chennai Jurisdiction only. Visually and other physically challenged applicants are advised not to apply for the Practical oriented M.Sc. Degree Courses. 23. CHANGE OF COURSE OR MEDIUM Candidates are advised to make a firm choice of the course of study they wish to pursue and the medium of instruction before sending the application for admission. Normally, change of subject or medium of instruction will not be allowed, but in special cases change may be permitted within one month from the date of admission on payment of the prescribed fee of Rs.500/- subject to approval by the authorities.

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24. METHOD OF INSTRUCTION (1) The method of instruction is (a) mailing or distributing learning materials periodically to the students enrolled and (b) personal contact programme. For each paper of study, a set of learning materials will be sent to the students periodically. The learning materials can be collected by the students or his/her representative personally from the Institute / Study Centres / Spot Admission Centres on production of the students copy of the payment challan endorsed by the designated BANK. These learning materials will guide the students in effective learning. (2) For the students of B.Music, B.Sc. Visual Communication, B.Sc. Hotel and Catering Management, B.Sc. Apparel and Fashion Design, BMM Bachelor of Multimedia - Animination practical classes will be conducted in the Institute at Chennai. For B.C.A. and B.Com. Computer Applications students, practical classes will be conducted at Ambur, Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Puducherry, Salem, Tiruchirapalli, Vellore and at all the Study Centres. Attendance for B.C.A. and B.Com. Computer Applications theory and other practical classes is compulsory. B.Sc. Geography / Psychology students who do not secure attendance at the compulsory practical classes will not be permitted that year for the practical examination. However, such candidates can appear for the practicals in the subsequent years after fulfilling the attendance requirements. They will be charged a re-do fee for their appearance and the details will be sent to the students on request. The Table gives the list of courses for which contact classes are conducted. It also gives the duration, the nature (whether optional or compulsory) and details of centres. In courses where attendance is made compulsory, if a student does not attend the compulsory contact programme, he/she is not eligible for appearing for the University Examinations (Theory and Practical). If candidates appear for the University Examinations (Theory and Practical) without adequate attendance in the compulsory personal contact programme, they do it at their own risk and it leads to cancellation of their appearance in the Examinations. (3) The Personal Contact Programme classes will be arranged for the benefit of the students in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry and at the Study Centres in India. This programme is meant for classroom lectures on important topics and clearing the doubts of the students. Students are advised to attend the classes in their own interest for effective learning.

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(4)

The venue and dates of PCP Classes will be intimated separately.

25. ADDRESS SLIP The applicants for admission are required to furnish their address in each of the six slots provided for the purpose on a separate sheet attached to the application form. The admission intimation, original certificates and learning materials will be sent to the address furnished in the Address Slip only. Write the address in capital letters and use ball pen only. 26. CHANGE OF ADDRESS All communications and learning materials in the case of those who opt to receive by post, will be sent to the candidates to the address given in the application form. Any change in the address should be intimated to the Institute, Spot Admission Centres and the Study Centres immediately with the enrolment number. Candidates are advised to make necessary arrangements in the post office for their mail to be redirected to their new address in the event of a despatch being sent before the change is effected. 27. IDENTITY CARD Identity Card will be issued after the receipt of First Year tuition fee. The Identity Card will be valid till the completion of the course. In the event of a student discontinuing a course, the card shall become invalid for the year / years yet to be completed. Candidates are instructed to preserve their identity cards. They should note that the examination Hall Tickets will be issued by the Chief Superintendent of the Examination Centres, only on production of the identity card. The arrear candidates can use the Identity Card for obtaining Hall Tickets even though the duration of the course of study is over. If the original card is lost, a duplicate card will be issued on payment of Rs. 100/- through the designated Bank Challan and the payment endorsed Bank Challan is to be sent for this purpose together with a passport size photograph. 28. ENROLMENT NUMBER Enrolment Numbers will be assigned to candidates on admission. The enrolment number will hold good for the entire duration of the course of study. In communications addressed to the Institute, this number should be stated. Letters received without the enrolment number will not be entertained.

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The Enrolment Number is a twelve digit unique code (alpha-numeric). The first two digits indicate the year of admission. The third, fourth and the fifth the centre, the sixth, seventh and the eighth the subject and last four the actual enrolment number. 29. SCHOLARSHIP i) Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates who pursue their studies through this Institute are eligible for reimbursement of the fees. They are also eligible for an annual allowance of Rs.500/towards purchase of essential/prescribed books. The details in this connection can be obtained from the Director / SC / ST Special Cell, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005. ii) The eligible SC/ST students are directed to submit the SC/ST scholarship form during their study at IDE only and it will be accepted after the period of study at IDE on any circumstances. iii) Visually impaired or otherwise physically challenged candidates, can avail themselves of the State Government Scholarship for the Disabled. The prescribed form may be obtained from the District Rehabilitation Officer in the districts concerned for reimbursement of non-refundable fees. 30. FEE CONCESSION The Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras offers the following fee concessions: A. Fee concessions to differently-abled candidates / Prisoners (a) Differently-abled candidates with atleast 40% physical disability and who are in possession of national identity card for disability issued by the competent authorities can pursue distance education programmes offered by the University of Madras with full exemption of tuition fees and special fees. (b) Prisoners of Tamil Nadu will be considered for exemption of tuition fees provided they submit their appliction for admission with a No Objection Certificate issued by the competent authority.

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B.

Concessions for pursuing additional certificate / diploma course (a) Undergraduate students on roll of the IDE can do one certificate course (EXCEPT French, German and Sanskrit) with full waiver of tuition fee. (b) Post-graduate students on roll of the IDE can do one certificate / diploma course with full waiver of tuition fee.

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CANDIDATES WITH ARREARS Students with arrears, after the completion of the duration of the course of study, have to seek and obtain on their own initiative, with a requisition letter and with self-addressed envelope, the particulars of change of syllabus, provision for completion of course, practical classes, practical examinations, Examination Application forms, from the Director, IDE, University of Madras. The Co-ordinators of PCP / Spot Admission / Study Centres may also provide the above particulars. In all the communications to the Institute, these candidates should quote the Enrolment Number and address.

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PROVISIONAL DEGREE CERTIFICATE Provisional Certificate will be issued to those who have qualified for the degree after the publication of results. For obtaining Provisional Certificate and Degree/Diploma, a Fee of Rs.300/- or such fees as may be in force from time to time, should be paid along with the Final Year Examination Fee. Prescribed forms for obtaining Provisional Certificate and Degree/Diploma are also available with the Institute, and at the PCP Centres/Spot Admission Centres/Study Centres and can also be downloaded from the Website (www.ideunom.ac.in).

33.

The University has the right to cancel / suspend any course/s mentioned in the Prospectus for various administrative reasons.

34.

Please visit our website periodically for any updates given in the prospectus. It is the responsibility of the Student to visit the Website on Regular Basis.

35. 36.

No conduct certificate will be issued to any student of this Institute. Students are requested to furnish their Mobile Number in the Admission Application Form / Examination Form, for any further queries / clarification. The furnished number will be treated as REGISTER MOBILE NUMBER (RMN) and this is a value added / optional service offered to the Students of IDE. 18

5. ADMISSION CENTRES
(i) ADMISSION THROUGH SINGLE WINDOW ADMISSION CENTRE (AT THE INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION CAMPUS, Chennai)
With a view to simplify the admission procedure, for the distance education students, University of Madras has opened a Single Window Admission Centre located at the IDE building at Chepauk Campus, Chennai. Located in a spacious hall, the Single Window Admission Centre ensures admission across the counters. Students seeking admission at IDE Campus of the University at Chennai can make use of this Centre. Students using the Single Window Admission Centre should go through the following instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4. Collect the Application-cum-Prospectus from the Prospectus Sales Counter on payment in cash. Pay the registration fee at the Registration Fee Payment Counter available at one of the counters.. Submit the filled-in application form to admission front desk and collect the token and wait for their turn. Candidates seeking admission to Under-Graduate degree courses should submit the Higher Secondary Certificate or Diploma Certificate of the qualifying Diploma and also the transfer certificate from the Institution last studied, along with 10th standard Certificate in original. 5. The application form and other certificates should be arranged in the following order: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Registration fee payment receipt Filled-in application form + Filled-in address slip Xerox copies of the Certificates Filled-in Computer Coding Sheet If the certificates are in a language other than English / Tamil an authenticated translation in English duly attested by a Gazette Officer. 6. The xerox copies of the Certificates will be verified with the originals and the original certificates will be returned along with the provisional admission intimation letter. 7. After obtaining the provisional admission letter, the students can remit the specified fees at the Bank Counter available at the Centre. Payment may also be made at the Indian Overseas Bank or Indian Bank branches within the University Campus or any other Branches. After remitting the fees, the students can collect the study materials and ID card from the respective counters. 8. Working Hours: The Single Window Admission Centre functions on all days including Saturdays and Sundays except holidays declared by the Government of Tamil Nadu. The Centre is open from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. on week days and between 10.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

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The PCP classes both theory and practical for the students admitted under academic year stream through IDE Single Window Admission at Chennai & Spot Admission centres within Tamil Nadu will be conducted by the University in various PCP centres. (Ref. Pg. No. 57 to 59)

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The PCP Theory & Practical classes and examinations for the Students those admitted under Calendar year stream through Single Window admission at Chennai & Spot Admission Centres within Tamilnadu will be conducted only in Chennai.

5. (ii) ADMISSION THROUGH SPOT ADMISSION CENTRES (WITHIN TAMIL NADU)


1. To facilitate the admission of students in various areas all over Tamil Nadu, the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras has established Spot Admission Centres all over Tamil Nadu. (For list of Spot Admission Centres refer page No. 60 & 61) 2. Students can collect the Prospectus cum Application forms by payment of cash from the Co-ordinator of any of the approved Spot Admission Centres. 3. Students can submit the filled-in application along with Registration fee and required documents / certificates as per eligibility criteria for seeking admission. (For eligibility Criteria refer Page No. 6 & 7 and for documents / certificates to be submitted refer Page. No. 8) 4. Eligible students will be given admission and enrolment number will be assigned to them immediately by the Spot Admission Centres. 5. On receipt of enrolment number the students can pay the requisite fees and collect the study materials. (Please refer page Nos. 52 - 55 Fee Particulars - Course-wise.) 6. The Identity card will be sent directly to the students from the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras after confirming the eligibility criteria. 7. The Second year learning materials can be collected by the students at the Spot Admission Centres on production of the student copy of payment challan endorsed by the designated Bank. 8. The PCP classes both theory and practical for the students admitted under academic year stream through IDE Single Window Admission at Chennai & Spot Admission centres within Tamil Nadu will be conducted by the University in various PCP centres. (Ref. Pg. No. 57 - 59) 9. The PCP Theory & Practical classes and examinations for the Students those admitted under Calendar year stream through Single Window admission at Chennai & Spot Admission Centres within Tamilnadu will be conducted only in Chennai.

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(iii) ADMISSION THROUGH STUDY CENTRES (WITHIN AND OUTSIDE TAMIL NADU INCLUDING CENTRES AT ABROAD)
1. To facilitate the admission of students in various areas all over Tamil Nadu as well as other states, the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras has established Study Centres for admission all over Tamil Nadu including centres in abroad. (For list of Study Admission Centre refer page No. 62 - 67) 2. Students can collect the Prospectus cum Application form by payment of cash from the Co-ordinator of any of the approved Study Centres. 3. Students can submit the filled-in application along with Registration fee and required documents / certificates as per eligibility criteria for seeking admission. (For eligibility Criteria refer Page No. 6 & 7 and for documents / certificates to be submitted refer Page. No. 8) 4. The filled-in application forms along with the Registration fees will be forwarded by the Study Centre to the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras for verification of eligibility criteria and for further processing of admission. 5. Eligible students will be given admission in the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras and Provisional Admission Intimation with Enrolment Number will be assigned by the University and will be sent to the concerned study centres 6. (i) On receipt of the Provisional Admission Intimation along with enrolment number through the Study centres, WITHIN INDIA the students can pay the requisite fees in a Single Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Director, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras payable at Chennai or through triplicate challan of designated banks to the study centres. (Please refer to page Nos. 52 & 55 Fee particulars - Course-wise.) (ii) On receipt of the Provisional Admission Intimation along with enrolment number through the Study centres OUTSIDE INDIA, the students can pay the requisite fees in two Demand Draft - one drawn in favour of the Director, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras payable at Chennai and the other in favour of the Co-ordinator of the concerned Study centre and submit the same to the Study centres. (Please refer to page Nos. 56 Fee particulars - Course-wise.) 7. The Demand Draft / Fee Challan shall be forewarded by the Study Centres to the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras and on receipt of the same, Students Identity Card and Study materials will be sent to the concerned study centre. 8. 9. The students can collect the Identity card and study materials from the concerned Study centres. Applications received by post directly from the candidates of other States will automatically be linked with the IDE Study Centre of the State Concerned.

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Application received by post directly from the candidates of other States where there is no study centre of this Institute, will be linked with the nearby IDE Study Centre of the other state and candidates should undergo the courses offered by this Institute through such allotted IDE Study Centre only. The PCP classes for the students admitted through approved Study Centres (Within & Outside Tamil Nadu and Outside India) will be arranged and conducted by the concerned Study Centres. It is the sole responsibility of the Concerned Study Centres to arrange and conduct the PCP Classes for their Students.

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(iv) ADMISSION THROUGH PARTICIPATORY INSTITUTIONS (CAMPUS LEARNING CENTRES)


1. The Students who are willing to undergo the Courses of the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras as regular week end programmes through Participatory Institutions (Campus Learning Centres) can refer page No. 67 & 68 for the list of Participatory Institutions and Participatory Online Institutions. Students can collect the Prospectus cum Application form by payment of cash from the concerned participatory Institutions. Students can submit the filled-in application along with Registration fee and required documents / certificates as per eligibility criteria for seeking admission. (For eligibility Criteria refer Page No. 6 & 7 and for documents / certificates to be submitted refer Page. No. 8) The filled-in applications along with the Registration fees will be forwarded by the Participatory Institution to the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras for verification of eligibility criteria and for further processing of admission. Eligible students will be given admission and Provisional Admission Intimation with Enrolment Number assigned will be sent to the Participatory Institutions. On receipt of the Provisional Admission Intimation along with enrolment number through the Participatory Institutions the students can pay the requisite fees in a Single Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Director, Institute of Distance Education, University of madras payable at Chennai or through triplicate challan of designated banks to the Participatory Insitution. (Please refer to page Nos. 52 - 54 Fee particulars - Course-wise.) The Demand Draft / Fee Challan shall be forwarded by the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras and on receipt of the same, Identity Card and Study materials will be sent to the participatory Institution. The students can collect the Identity card and study materials from the concerned participatory Instituions. The PCP classes for the students admitted through approved Participatory Institutions will be arranged and conducted by the concerned Participatory Institutions. It is the sole responsibility of the Concerned Participating Institutions to arrange and conduct the PCP Classes for their Students. 22

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6. LATERAL ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS FOR LATERAL ADMISSION TO SECOND / THIRD YEAR UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
Students seeking Lateral Admission to Second / Third Year Undergraduate courses must enclose two copies of syllabus of the paper / papers for which exemption is requested. Students desiring to avail themselves of lateral admission to second year Post Graduate courses should enclose two copies of the syllabus for the first year of their study obtained from the University / College where they have undergone the course. The following Certificates (Original) must be enclosed without fail : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10th Mark List. 12th Mark List. Undergraduate Degree First / Second Year Statement of Marks. Transfer Certificate from the Institution where he/she completed the First / Second Year Undergraduate Course. One complete set of attested xerox copies of the above. Format for UG Lateral admission Copy of Syllabus duly attested

Students who have undergone the first / second year Undergraduate course in institutions abroad must submit along with the application an EQUIVALENCE CERTIFICATE obtained from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi (Address : The Secretary, Association of Indian Universities, 16, Kotla Marg, New Delhi - 110 002.) Students applying for lateral admission must enclose the Transfer Certificate or Course Completion Certificate issued by the Institution where they did the First / Second Year Undergraduate course. The certificate should clearly state the period of study without giving scope for any ambiguity. The syllabus enclosed should be attested by the Principal / Head of the Department of the Institution where they studied. Only after a proper scrutiny of these documents a decision on granting exemption will be taken. Provisional admission will be given with the condition that the student appears for all the papers of the First / Second year course. However, after the scrutiny of the syllabus, the decision regarding exemption will be communicated to the student individually. Student seeking lateral admission from other Universities and Autonomous Colleges are NOT ELIGIBLE FOR
CLASSIFICATION.

Students from colleges affiliated to the University of Madras coming under a different regulation / pattern are also NOT ELIGIBLE FOR CLASSIFICATION.

LATERAL ADMISSION
Students who have successfully completed their First Year / Second Year (or) discontinued Second / Third Year Undergraduate Degree Courses through the Colleges including Autonomous Colleges affiliated to this University (or) from the Colleges including Autonomous Colleges affiliated to other Universities recognised by the UGC/AIU and accepted as equivalent thereto by the University of Madras, can seek lateral admission to the Second / Third Year Undergraduate degree course of study in the respective subject concerned. They should submit their application forms for admission together with original Transfer Certificate / Course Completion Certificate wherein the actual duration of course undergone by them be appropriately indicated by the Institution/University concerned. For exemption of papers relating to the subjects already passed through their previous Institution/University, they should submit the original Statement of Marks of their previous appearances and an authenticated relevant syllabus prescribed by the Institution/University in original or the syllabus attested by the Principal/Head of the Department from where they have undergone their previous course for verification and to consider for exemption of papers after perusal by the authorities of the University of Madras.

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7.1 STRUCTURE OF COURSES


B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Nat. / B.Music / B.Com. / B.B.A. and B.C.A. DEGREE COURSES The Courses of Study for the B.A./B.Sc./B.Nat./B.Music/B.Com.[Corporate Secretaryship] Degree shall consist of the following :
[a] [b] [c] FOUNDATION COURSES CORE COURSES [MAIN and ALLIED SUBJECTS] APPLICATION ORIENTED SUBJECT

FOUNDATION COURSES - [PART I and PART II]


The course of study for the FOUNDATION COURSES shall comprise the study of PART I - TAMIL or an ALTERNATIVE LANGUAGE SUBJECT for TAMIL [i.e.] anyone of the following MODERN INDIAN LANGUAGES or CLASSICAL LANGUAGES or FOREIGN LANGUAGES or COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH at the option of the candidates and PART II - ENGLISH, according to the syllabus and text-book prescribed from time to time. ALTERNATIVE LANGUAGE SUBJECT for PART I - TAMIL
[i] [ii] [iv] MODERN [Indian] LANGUAGES - Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi and Urdu CLASSICAL LANGUAGES COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH - Sanskrit and Arabic - French only [iii] FOREIGN LANGUAGE[S]

Candidates admitted to B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Nat. / B.Com. [Corporate Secretaryship] Degree Courses should appear and pass the PART I - LANGUAGE TAMIL - PAPER - I or anyone of the ALTERNATIVE LANGUAGE SUBJECT for TAMIL as indicated under [i], [ii], [iii], and [iv] above; and PART II - ENGLISH PAPER - I in the FIRST YEAR; and LANGUAGE TAMIL - PAPER - II or anyone of the ALTERNATIVE LANGUAGE SUBJECT for TAMIL, and ENGLISH PAPER II in the SECOND YEAR under FOUNDATION COURSE. Candidates admitted to B.Music / B.Com. [Commerce], B.Com. [Bank Management], B.Com. [Computer Applications] / B.B.A. / B.C.A. Degree Courses should appear and pass the FOUNDATION COURSE - PART I - PAPER-I LANGUAGE TAMIL or anyone of the ALTERNATIVE LANGUAGE SUBJECTS for TAMIL as indicated under [i], [ii], [iii], and [iv] above; and PART II - ENGLISH PAPER-II, in the FIRST YEAR ONLY. Note : For the above Languages, learning materials alone will be provided to the candidates. No Personal Contact Classes [PCP] will be conducted. However, if sufficient number of candidates are enrolled, Personal Contact Programme Classes shall be conducted. The details of the Core Courses Main Subjects, Allied Subjects, Application Oriented Subjects and Elective Subjects are furnished under each course of study. 24

7.2 SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS (THEORY) 1. B.A. Christian Studies


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - I Part - II - English - Paper - I Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Christianity - An Introduction Paper - II : History of Christianity Core Course - Allied Subject - I Religions of India Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - II Part - II - English - Paper - II Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - III : The Holy Bible - Old Testament Paper - IV : Christian Beliefs Core Course - Allied Subject - II South Indian Philosophy and Culture Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - V : The Holy Bible - New Testament Paper - VI : Christian Practices Paper - VII: Christian Ethics Paper - VIII: Christianity and Environment Application Oriented Subject Christian Spirtuality and Art Duration (in hours) Maximum Passing Marks Minimum Credits Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Second Year

Third Year

2. B.A. Criminology and Police Administration


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - I Part - II - English - Paper - I Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Principles of Criminology Paper - II : Criminal Laws Core Course - Allied Subject - I Human Behaviour and Criminality Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - II Part - II - English - Paper - II Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - III : Police Administration Paper - IV : Penology and Correctional Administration Core Course - Allied Subject - II Contemporary Crimes Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - V : Human Rights and Police Administration Paper - VI : Police Station Management Paper - VII: Vigilance and Security Management Paper - VIII: Counselling and Guidance Application Oriented Subject NGOs and Criminal Justice Administration Duration Maximum Passing (in Marks Minimum Credits Marks hours) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Second Year

Third Year

25

3. B.A. Economics
Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - I Part - II - English - Paper - I Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Indian Economy - Problems and Policies Paper - II : Statistics for Economists Core Course - Allied Subject - I Principles of Commerce Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - II Part - II - English - Paper - II Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - III : Micro Economics Paper - IV : Monetary Economics Core Course - Allied Subject - II Rural Banking Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - V : Macro Economics Paper - VI : Fiscal Economics Paper - VII : History of Economic Thought Paper - VIII : Managerial Economics Application Oriented Subject Environmental Economics Duration (in hours) Maximum Passing Marks Minimum Credits Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 9 9 5 8 8 9 9 5 9 9 9 9 6

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Second Year

Third Year

4. B.A. English
Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - I Part - II - English - Paper - I Core Courses - Main Subjects Paper - I : The Elizabethan Age Paper - II : The Augustan & The Romantic Age Core Course - Allied Subject - I History of English Literature, Social History of England from 1500 to 1800 and Literary Forms Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - II Part - II - English - Paper - II Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - III : The Victorian Age Paper - IV : The 20th Century Core Course - Allied Subject - II History of English Literature, Social History of England from 1801 to the Present Day and Literary Forms Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - V : Shakespeare Paper - VI : American Literature Paper - VII : Indian Writing in English Paper - VIII : Language & Linguistics Application Oriented Subject Journalism Duration (in hours) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Maximum Passing Marks Minimum Credits Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Second Year

Third Year

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5. B.A. Historical Studies


Passing Duration Maximum Minimum Credits (in hours) Marks Marks

Year First Year Foundation Courses Part - I - Language

Subject

- Paper - I - Paper - I

3 3

100 100

40 40

8 8

Part - II - English

Core Courses - Main Subjects Paper - I : Main Currents in Indian History upto A.D.1757 Paper - II : History of Tamil Nadu upto A.D.2000 Core Course - Allied Subject - I Indian Economy - Problems and Policies Second Year Foundation Courses Part - II - Language Part - II - English - Paper - II - Paper - II 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8 3 100 40 5 3 3 100 100 40 40 9 9

Core Courses - Main Subjects Paper - III : Main Currents in Indian History from A.D.1757 Paper - IV : History of East Asia A.D.1839 to A.D.2000 Core Course - Allied Subject - II Outlines of Political Theory Third Year Core Courses - Main Subjects Paper - V Paper - VI : Social and Economic History of India in the 19th and 20th Centuries : History of Modern Europe A.D.1453 to A.D.1914 Paper - VII : An Outline History of England A.D.1603 to A.D.2000 Paper - VIII : India and Her Neighbours and History of South East Asia A.D.1900 to A.D.2000 Application Oriented Subject Tourism - Principles and Practices and Archives Keeping 3 100 40 6 3 100 40 9 3 100 40 9 3 100 40 9 3 100 40 9 3 100 40 5 3 3 100 100 40 40 9 9

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6. B.Nat. Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (Non Clinical)


Year First Year Foundation Courses Part - I Part - II - Language - Paper - I - English - Paper - I 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8 Subject Duration Maximum Passing (in hours) Marks Minimum Credits Marks

Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Principles of Yoga and Naturopathy Paper - II : Basic Anatomy and Physiology Paper - III : Methods of Yoga Practices Paper - IV : Practicals (Asanas and Pranayama) Allied Optional Subject - I Fitness and Wellness Second Year Foundation Courses Part - I Part - II - Language - Paper - II - English - Paper - II 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 5 5 5 5 5

Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -V : Principles of Yoga Theraphy 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 5 5 5 5

Paper -VI : Philosophy of Yoga Practice and Naturopathy Paper - VII: Anatomy and Physiology of Yogic Practice Paper - VIII : Practicals-Basic Kriyas and Meditation Allied Optional Subject - II Application of Yoga and Naturopathy in Physical Education Third Year Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -IX : Pathanjali Yoga Sutras Paper -X : Yogic Diet Paper -XI : Nature Cure Paper -XII: Mental Health and Physical Health Paper -XIII: Practicals-Advanced asanas, Pranayama, Kriyas, Bandhas, Mudras and Meditations Allied Optional Subject - III Application of Yoga and Naturopathy Practices in sports performance Project on any one of the following areas : Asanas; Pranayama; Kriyas; Bandhas; Mudras and Meditations

100

40

3 3 3 3

100 100 100 100

40 40 40 40

5 5 5 5

100

40

100

40

100

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7. B.A. Performing Arts


Year Subject Duration (in hours) 3 3 3 Passing Maximum Minimum Credits Marks Marks 100 100 100 40 40 40 8 8 8

First Year

Paper - I

: Language Paper - I Paper - I

Paper - II : English

Core Paper I - Introduction to Paper - III : Muttamizh - I (Theory) Core Paper II - Paper - IV : Fundamentals of Nadagam Comprising of south Indian Dance and Theatre - I (Practical) Allied - I - Paper - V : Foundation Course in Isai - I (Music) (Practical) Second Year Core Paper III - Paper - VI Introduction to Muttamizh - II (Theory) Core Paper IV - Paper - VII Fundamentals of Nadagam (Theory) Core Paper V - Paper - VIII Fundamentals of Nadagam comprising of South Indian Dance and Theatre - II (Practical) Core Paper VI - Paper - IX Adal - Nadaga - Aranga Amaippu - Choreography (Practical) Allied II - Paper - X Foundation Course in Isai - II (Music) (Practical) Third Year Core Paper VII - Paper - XI Foundation Course in Isai (Music) (Theory) Core Paper VIII - Paper - XII Nattuvangam (Practical) Core Paper IX - Paper - XIII Fundamentals of Nadagam comprising of South Indian Dance and Theatre - III (Practical) Core Paper X - Paper - XIV Foundation Course in Isai - Tamil Compositions (Music) (Practical) Paper - XV Application oriented Subject Foundation Course in Isai (Music) (Theory) 3 100 40 8 1 100 40 8 1 100 40 8 1 100 40 8 3 100 40 8 1 100 40 8 1 100 40 8 1 100 40 8 3 100 40 8 3 100 40 8 1 100 40 8 1 100 40 8

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8. B.A. Public Administration


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - I Part - II - English - Paper - I Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Principles of Public Administraion Paper - II : Administrative Thinkers Core Course - Allied Subject - I Police Administration Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - II Part - II - English - Paper - II Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - III : Principles of Management Paper - IV : Modern Administrative Systems (UK, USA, France, Switzerland & China) Core Course - Allied Subject - II Basics of Computer Education Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - V : Public Personnel Administration Paper - VI : Public Financial Administration Paper - VII: Development and Environmental Administration Paper - VIII: Indian Administration Application Oriented Subject Labour Welfare Administration in India Duration Maximum Passing Marks Minimum Credits (in Marks hours) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Second Year

Third Year

9. B.A. Tamil
tUl
Kjyh ML

ghl

nj nj neu bkhj bgw Credits njitahd kas kbgf kbgf


3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

mojs go (Foundation Courses) - 1 - bkh - jh -1 - 2 - Mybkh - jh - 1 w ghlf (Core Courses) jh-1 : fhy ya (fij, ciueil, ehlf, d, Wfij) jh-2 : yfz -1 - e} (fhoif ciu MWKf ehty), joayfhu (gJ mf kL) w ghl - rh ghl-1 (Allied Subject-I) jHf tuyhW gghL ulh mojs go (Foundation Courses) ML - 1 - bkh - jh 2 - 2 - Mybkh - jh 2 w ghlf (Core Courses) jh-3 : yfz - 2 - ahgUfyfhif, (xa fyhf), wbghU btghkhiy, (thif Koa) jh-4 : ya -1 - rka ghlfS, yafS, fhafS w ghl - rh ghl-2 (Allied Subject-II) j ya tuyhW _wh w ghlf (Core Courses) ML jh-5 : ya-2 - rf ya (mf, w) jh-6 : jbkh tuyhW, uhl bkhf xyfzK jh-7 : jaY, bkhbga jh-8 : ya wdh gaghL bjhlghd ghl (Application Oriented Subject) ehLwa

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10. B.A. Urdu


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - I Part - II - English - Paper - I Core Courses - Main Subjects Paper - I : Classical Poetry (Textual & Detailed) Paper - II : Prose (Detailed & Critical) Coure Course - Allied Subject - I (a) History of Tamil Literature (or) (b) History of Malayalam Literature Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - II Part - II - English - Paper - II Core Courses - Main Subjects Paper - III : Novel (Textual and Critical) Paper - IV : History of Dakkani Literature Core Course - Allied Subject - II History of Arabic Literature and Text for Translation Core Courses - Main Subjects Paper - V : Drama & Afsana (Textual & Critical) Paper - VI : Literary Criticism Paper - VII : Modern Poetry Paper - VIII: Prosody, Rhetoric and Essay Application Oriented Subject Urdu Sahafat Aur Tarjuma Duration (in hours) Maximum Passing Marks Minimum Credits Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Second Year

Third Year

11. B.A. Vaishnavism


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - I Part - II - English - Paper - I Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : History of Vaishnavism Paper - II : Divyaprabandham - I Core Course - Allied Subject - I Sri Vaishnava Commentarial Literature Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - II Part - II - English - Paper - II Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - III : Divyaprabandham - II Paper - IV : Rahasya Literature - I Core Course - Allied Subject - II Vaishnavism in Indian Philosophy Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - V : Vaishnavism in Tamil Stotra Literature Paper - VI : Rahasya Literature - II Paper - VII: Concepts of Visishtadvaita Paper - VIII : Vaishnavism in Sanskrit Stotra Literature Application Oriented Subject Agamas and Temple Worship Duration Maximum Passing (in hours) Marks Minimum Credits Marks 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Second Year

Third Year

31

12. B.Lit. Tamil Literature


tUl
Kjyh ML

ghl
w ghlf (Core Courses) jh - 1 : fhy ya (fij, ciueil, ehlf, d, Wfij) jh - 2 : g ya jh - 3 : yfz - 1 - e} (fhoif ciu MWKf ehty, joayfhu, gJ mf kL) jh - 4 : fhaf jh - 5 : jHf tuyhW gghL jh - 6 : ya wdh jh - 7 : yfz - 2 - ahgUfyfhif (xa fyhf), eaf bghU, (xa fyhf), wbghU btghkhiy (thif Koa) jh - 8 : yaf jh - 9 : fbtL nfh fiy jh - 10 : j ya tuyhW jh - 11 : rf ya jh - 12 : ehLwa jh - 13 : a bkbghUa jh - 14 : yfz - 3 - j bkh tuyhW uhl bkhf xyfzK jh - 15 : ja

nj nj neu bkhj bgw Credits k a s k b g f njitahd kbgf


3 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8

ulh ML

_wh ML

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

13. B.Com. Bank Management


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Paper -I - Language Part - II - Paper -II - English Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Financial Accounting Paper - II : Business and Corporate Laws Core Course - Allied Subject - I Business Economics Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -III : Banking Theory, Law & Practice Paper -IV : Corporate Accounting & Auditing Paper -V : Business Communication Paper -VI : Business Taxation Core Course - Allied Subject - II Business Statistics & Operations Research Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -VII : Credit and Treasury Management Paper -VIII : Financial Markets and Services Paper -IX : Marketing of Banking Services & CRM Paper -X : Management Accounting Paper -XI : International Banking Duration (in hours) Maximum Passing Marks Minimum Credits Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 10 8 6 8 10 8 8 8 6 8 6 10 8

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Second Year

Third Year

32

14. B.Com. Computer Applications


Year Subject Duration (in hours) Passing Maximum Minimum Marks Marks Credits

First Year

Foundation Courses Part - I Part - II - Paper- I - Language 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8

- Paper- II - English

Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Information Technology Paper - II : Practical I - PC Software and C Programming Lab Paper - III: Financial Accounting Core Course - Allied Subject - I Indian Economy-Problems and Policies Second Year Core Course - Main Subjects Paper-IV : Tally and Java Programming Paper-V : Practical II - Tally and Java Lab Paper-VI : Corporate Accounting Paper-VII : Principles of Management Core Course - Allied Subject - II Business Statistics and Operations Research Third Year Core Course - Main Subjects Paper-VIII : Database Management System and Web Technology Paper-IX : Practical-III RDBMS and Web Designing Lab Paper-X : Cost and Management Accounting Paper-XI : Business Taxation Paper-XII : Banking and Financial Services Paper-XIII : Marketing Management 3 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 6 4 10 8 8 8 3 100 40 8 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 7 4 10 8 3 100 40 5 3 3 100 100 40 40 4 8 3 100 40 6

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15. B.Com. Corporate Secretaryship


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - I Part - II - English - Paper - I Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Financial Accounting - I Paper - II : Business Management Core Course - Allied Subject - I Office Management and Business Communication Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper- II Part - II - English - Paper- II Core Courses - Main Subjects Paper-III : Company Law and Secretarial Practice Paper-IV : Corporate Accounting Core Course - Allied Subject - II Statistics Core Course - Main Subjects Paper-V : Cost and Management Accounting Paper-VI : Commercial and Industrial Law Paper-VII : Income Tax Paper-VIII : Banking Theory, Law and Practice Application Oriented Subject Research Methodology Duration (in hours) Maximum Passing Marks Minimum Credits Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 10 8 6 8 8 6 10 8 10 8 8 8 6

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Second Year

Third Year

16. B.Com. General


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Paper - I - Language Part - II - Paper - II - English Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Financial Accounting Paper - II : Business Economics Core Course - Allied Subject - I Business Statistics & Operations Research Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -III : Corporate Accounting Paper -IV : Banking and Financial Services Paper -V : Business and Corporate Law Paper -VI : Principles of Management Core Course - Allied Subject - II Indian Economy : Problems and Policies Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -VII : Business Taxation Paper -VIII : Practical Auditing Paper -IX : Entrepreneurial Development Paper -X : Cost and Management Accounting Paper -XI : Marketing Management Duration (in hours) Passing Maximum Minimum Credits Marks Marks 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 10 6 8

3 3 3 3 3

Second Year

3 3 3 3 3

100 100 100 100 100

40 40 40 40 40

10 8 8 8 6

Third Year

3 3 3 3 3

100 100 100 100 100

40 40 40 40 40

8 8 6 10 8

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17. B.Sc. Apparel and Fashion Design


Year Subject Duration (in hours) Passing Maximum Minimum Credits Marks Marks

First Year

Foundation Courses Part - I Part - II - Language - Paper - I - English - Paper - I 3 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 7 7 7 3

Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Introduction to Fashion Designing Paper - II : Apparel Manufacturing Technology Core Course - Allied Subject - I Textile Science Practical - I Fashion Designing and Illustration

Second Year

Foundation Courses Part - I Part - II - Language - Paper - II - English - Paper - II 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8

Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -III : Design Concepts and Art Portfolio Paper -IV : History of Costumes and Ornamentation Techniques Core Course - Allied Subject - II Apparel Construction Practical - II Pattern Making and Grading 3 100 40 3 3 100 40 7 3 100 40 7 3 100 40 7

Third Year

Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -V : Fashion Merchandising and Marketing Paper -VI : Draping & Design Specialization Paper -VII : Management of Apparel Quality Paper -VIII : Apparel Costing Technique Application Oriented Subject Paper - IX: Design Collection Practical - III Apparel Construction Practical 3 100 40 5 3 100 40 7 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 7 7 7 7

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18. B.Sc. Geography


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Language - Paper - I Language - Paper - I Major Paper - I : Fundamentals of Physical Geography - I Paper - II : Practical - I - Cartography (Fundamental Exercises) Allied Subject I - (a) Theory (b) Practical Allied Paper : Any one of the Allied Subjects : i) Applied Statistics ii) Geology iii) Environmental Science Foundation Courses Language - Paper - II Language - Paper - II Major Paper -III : Fundamentals of Physical Geography - II Paper -IV : Practical - II - Representation of Relief, Climatic and Economic data Allied Subject II - (a) Theory (b) Practical Allied Paper : Any one of the Allied Subjects : i) Applied Statistics ii) Geology iii) Environmental Science Major Paper -V : Geography of India Paper -VI : Basic of Remote sensing Paper -VII : Basic of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Paper -VIII : World Regional Geography Paper -IX : Practical - III - Map and Image Interpretation and Surveying, Weather Maps and GPS AOS - Paper I Any of the AOS Subjects : i) Geography of Healthcare ii) Demographic Studies iii) Geography of Tourism (Major) 4 days Compulsory Practical Classes and 5th day Examination (Allied) 3 days compulsory Practical Classes and 4th day Examination Passing Duration Maximum Minimum Credits (in hours) Marks Marks 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 Exam 60 Record 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 7 9 6

Second Year

3 3 3 3 3

100 100 100 100 100 Exam 60 Record 40

40 40 40 40 40

8 8 7 9 6

Third Year

3 3 3 3

100 100 100 100

40 40 40 40

7 7 7 7

100

40

10

Exam 60 Record 40

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19. B.Sc. Hotel and Catering Management


Year First Year Subject Theory Communicative English Communicative French Food Production & Patisserie I Food & Beverage Service - I Front Office Operation-I Accommodation Operation-I Nutrition & Food Science Practical Food Production & Patisserie-I Food & Beverage Service-I Front Office Operation-I Accommodation Operation-I Theory Food Production & Patisserie II Food & Beverage Service - II Hotel Engineering & Maintenance Food & Beverage Management Principles of Accounting Environmental Studies Practical Food Production & Patisserie-II Food & Beverage Service-II Front Office Operation-II Accommodation Operation-II Theory Food Production & Patisserie III Food & Beverage Service - III Front Operation - II Marketing & Sales Management Facility Planning Accomodation Operation - II Human Rights & Human Relation Education Practical Food Production & Patisserie-III Food & Beverage Service-III Industrial Exposure Training Report Application of Computers Duration (in hours) Maximum Passing Marks Minimum Credits Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 2 2

3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 2

Second Year

3 3 2 2 3 2 3 3 3 2

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2

Third Year

3 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2

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20. B.Sc. Mathematics


Year First Year Subject Part - I - Language Part - I - English Paper - I : Algebra and Trigonometry Paper - II : Calculus and Differential Equations Allied Subject - I Financial Accounting Part - II - Language Part - II - English Paper - III : Analytical Geometry and Vector Calculus Paper - IV : Mechanics Allied Subject - II Cost and Management Accounting Paper Paper Paper Paper -

F/CF/ Duration Maximum Passing (in Marks Minimum Credits AC hours) Marks F 3 100 40 8 F 3 100 40 8 C 3 100 40 8 C 3 100 40 8 AC 3 100 40 8 F F C C AC 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 4 8 8

Second Year

Third Year

V : Algebraic Structures & Probability C VI : Real Analysis & Laplace Transforms C VII : Complex Analysis & Fourier Techniques C VIII : Programming in C (Theory) with Numerical Methods C Paper - IX : Computer Practice in C Language with Numerical Methods C Paper - X : Application Oriented Subject Operations Research AC

21. B.Sc. Medical Sociology


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - I Part - II - English - Paper - I Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Foundations of Sociology Paper - II : Basics of Anatomy Core Course - Allied Subject - I Social Psychology Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - II Part - II - English - Paper - II Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -III : Social Research Methods and Statistics Paper -IV : Basics of Physiology Core Course - Allied Subject - II Social Anthropology Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -V : Medical Sociology Paper -VI : Community Health Paper -VII : Health Practices in Indian Society Paper -VIII : Social Problems in India Application Oriented Subject Hospital Management Duration (in hours) Maximum Passing Marks Minimum Credits Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 7 8 8 8 8 7 8 8 8 8 10

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Second Year

Third Year

38

22. B.Sc. Psychology


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Language - Paper - I English - Paper - I Course - Main Subjects Core Paper - I : Basic Psychology Core Paper - II : Cognitive Psychology Allied - I - Psychological Statistics Foundation Courses Language - Paper - II English - Paper - II Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -III : Biological Psychology Paper -IV : Experimental Psychology (Practicals) Allied Subject - II Introduction to Sociology Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -V : Social Psychology Paper -VI : Psychopathology Paper -VII : Developmental Psychology Paper -VIII : Counselling Psychology Application Oriented Subject Educational Psychology Duration (in hours) Passing Maximum Minimum Credits Marks Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Second Year

Third Year

23. B.Sc. Visual Communication


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - I Part - II - English - Paper - I Core Course - Main Subjects Part - III - I - Introduction to Visual Communication Part - III - II - Advertising Part - III - III - Drawing Allied Paper - I Graphic Design (Practical) Foundation Courses Part - I - Language - Paper - II Part - II - English - Paper - II Core Course - Main Subjects Part - IV - Communication Skills Part - V - Elements of Film Part - VI - Basic Photography (Theory) Allied Paper-II Basic Photography (Practical) Part - III Paper -VII : Media, Culture and Society Paper -VIII : Television Production (Theory) Paper -IX : Computer Graphics (Using open source softwares only) Allied Paper-III Television Production (Practical) Project (Practical) Options, Drawing and Graphic Design, Advanced Photography, Television Production, Computer Graphics Duration (in hours) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Maximum Passing Credits Marks Minimum Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 4 8 8 8 8 8 4 8 8 8 4

Second Year

Third Year

100

40

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24. Bachelor of Multimedia Animation


Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Language - Paper - I English - Paper - I Part - III Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Introduction to Communication Paper - II : Visual and Interactive Design Paper - III: Animation Drawing and Modeling (Practical-I) Core Course - Allied Subject - I Paper - I : Photography Foundation Courses Language - Paper - II English - Paper - II Part - III Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - IV: History of Animation Arts Paper - V : Animation Basics and Applications - Practical Paper - VI: Animation Aesthetics Core Course - Allied Subject - II Paper - II : Film Studies Part - III Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - VII: Writing of Media Paper - VIII: Script Writing for Animation Paper - IX: Practical Allied Subject - III VFX Essentials Project - Animation Projects Duration (in hours) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Passing Maximum Minimum Credits Marks Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 4 8 8 8 8 8 4 8 8 8 4 4

Second Year

Third Year

25. B.Music
Year First Year Subject Foundation Courses Part - I - Paper - I - Language Part - II - Paper - II - English Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Practical-Foundation Exercises and Songs Paper - II : Theory - Introduction to Theory Core Course - Allied Subject - I Practical - Subsidiary Vocal / Instrument - 1 Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -III : Practical - Higher Level Musical Forms - 1 Paper -IV : Practical - Higher Level Musical Forms - 2 Paper -V : Theory - Part - I : Tamil Prosody & Music Part - II - Physics of Music Paper -VI : Theory - Advanced Theory Core Course - Allied Subject - II Practical-Subsidiary Vocal / Instrument - 2 Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -VII : Practical - Advanced Musical Forms Paper -VIII : Practical - Kritis Paper -IX : Songs from Sangam and Bakthi Literature Paper -X : Theory - History of Music Application Oriented Subject Music in Other Arts Duration Maximum Passing (in hours) Marks Minimum Credits Marks 3 3 1 3 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Second Year

Third Year

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26. B.B.A.
Year Subject Duration (in hours) Passing Maximum Minimum Credits Marks Marks

First Year

Foundation Courses Part - I Part - II - Paper- I - Language 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8

- Paper- II - English

Core Course - Main Subjects Paper - I : Principles of Management Paper - II : Financial Accounting Core Course - Allied Subject - I Business Statistics and Operations Research 3 100 40 8 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8

Second Year

Core Course - Main Subjects Paper-III : Business Communication Paper-IV : Cost and Management Accounting Paper-V : Business Environment Paper-VI : Business Regulatory Framework Core Course - Allied Subject - II Managerial Economics 3 100 40 8 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8

Third Year

Core Course - Main Subjects Paper-VII : Financial Management Paper-VIII : Marketing Management Paper-IX : Production and Materials Management Paper-X : Human Resource Management Paper-XI : Entrepreneurship Development & Management of Small Business 3 100 40 8 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 8 8 8 8

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27. B.C.A. Computer Applications


Year First Year Foundation Courses Part - I Part - II - Paper - I - Language - Paper - II - English 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8 Subject Duration Maximum Passing Credits (in hours) Marks Minimum Marks

Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -I : Mathematics Programming in C Paper -III : Practical-I - P.C.Software and C Programming Lab. Second Year Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -IV : Programming in COBOL and C++ Paper -V : Financial, Cost and Management Accounting Paper -VI : Numerical and Statistical Methods, Data Structures & Algorithms Paper -VII : Operating Systems and Microprocessors Paper -VIII : Practical-II - Programming in COBOL & Microprocessors Lab Paper -IX : Practical-III-Numerical & Statistical Methods and Data Structures using C & C++ Third Year Core Course - Main Subjects Paper -X : Programming in Java & Data Communication and Networking Paper -XI : Database Management Systems and Computer Graphics Paper -XII: Visual Programming & Software Engineering Paper -XIII : Resource Management Techniques and Web Technology Paper -XIV : Practical - IV - RDBMS and Web Applications Lab. Paper -XV : Practical -V- Programming in Java and Computer Graphics Lab 3 100 40 5 3 100 40 5 3 100 40 8 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8 3 100 40 8 3 100 40 5 3 100 40 5 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8 3 3 100 100 40 40 8 8 3 100 40 5 3 3 100 100 40 40 7 8

Paper -II : Digital Logic Fundamentals and

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7.3 SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS (Practical)


Pattern of Examination FOUNDATION & CORE COURSES Each Written Examination Each Practical Examination Each Practical Examination (B. Music Degree Course) SCHEME OF PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS Passing Duration Maximum Minimum (in Hours) Marks Marks 3 3 1 100 100 100 40 40 40

B.A. - Performing Arts


FIRST YEAR
CORE PAPER - II

Paper-IV
ALLIED - I

- Fundamentals of Nadagam Comprising of South Indian Dance and Theatre - I - Foundation Course in Isai - I (Music)

1 1

100 100

40 40

Paper-V

SECOND YEAR
CORE PAPER - V

Paper-VIII

- Fundamentals of Nadagam Comprising of South Indian Dance and Theatre - II - Adal - Nadaga - Aranga Amaippu - Choreography - Foundation Course in Isai - II (Music)

1 1 1

100 100 100

40 40 40

CORE PAPER - VI

Paper-IX
ALLIED - II

Paper-X THIRD YEAR

CORE PAPER - VIII

Paper-XII Paper-XIII

- Nattuvangam - Fundamentals of Nadagam Comprising of South Indian Dance and Theatre - III - Foundation, Course in Isai - Tamil Comositions (Music)

100

40

CORE PAPER - IX

1 1

100 100

40 40

CORE PAPER - X

Paper-XIV

B.Sc. - Mathematics
THIRD YEAR
CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT

Paper-IX

- Computer Practice in C Language and Numerical Methods Practical Record

80 20

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100

40

B.Sc. - Geography
FIRST YEAR
CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT

Paper - II

- Practical - I - Cartography (Fundamental Exercise) Practical 60 Record 40

100

40

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Pattern of Examination

Passing Duration Maximum Minimum (in Hours) Marks Marks

CORE COURSE - ALLIED SUBJECT - I

Theory Practical & Record SECOND YEAR


CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT

60 40

} } } }

100

40

Paper - IV

- Practical - II - Representation of Relief, Climatic and Economic data Practical 60 Record 40 Theory Practical & Record 60 40

100

40

CORE COURSE - ALLIED SUBJECT - II

100

40

THIRD YEAR
CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT

Paper - IX

- Practical - III - Map and Image Interpretation and Surveying, Weather Maps & GPS Practical 60 Record 40

100

40

B.Sc. - Psychology
SECOND YEAR
CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT

Paper - IV

- Experimental Psychology Practical Record

80 20

100

40

B.Sc. - Hotel and Catering Management


FIRST YEAR Food Production & Patisseries-I Food & Beverage Service-I Front Office Operation-I Accommodation Operation-I SECOND YEAR Food Production & Patisseries-II Food & Beverage Service-II Front Office Operation-II Accommodation Operation-II THIRD YEAR Food Production & Patisseries-III Food & Beverage Service-III Industrial Exposure Training Report Application of Computers 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

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Pattern of Examination

Passing Duration Maximum Minimum (in Hours) Marks Marks

B.Sc. - Visual Communication


SECOND YEAR CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT Allied Paper - II Basic Photography THIRD YEAR Allied Paper - III Television Production Project (Practical) Options, Drawing and Graphic Design, Advanced Photography, Television Production, Computer Graphics

3 3

100 100

40 40

100

40

BMM - Bachelor of Multimedia - Animation


FIRST YEAR CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT Paper - III Animation Drawing and Modeling SECOND YEAR Paper - V Animation Basics and Applications Practicals

3 3

100 100

40 40

B.Sc. - Apparel Fashion Design


FIRST YEAR CORE COURSE - ALLIED SUBJECT - I Fashion Designing and Illustration SECOND YEAR CORE COURSE - ALLIED SUBJECT - II Pattern Making and Grading THIRD YEAR APPLICATION ORIENTED SUBJECT Apparel Construction Practical

100

40

100

40

100

40

B.Nat. Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences


FIRST YEAR
CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT

Paper - IV - Practicals - Asanas and Pranayama SECOND YEAR


CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT

100

40

Paper - VIII - Practicals - Basic Kriyas and Meditation THIRD YEAR


CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT

100

40

Paper - XIII

- Practicals - Advanced Asanas, Pranayama, Kriyas, Bandhas, Mudras and Meditations

100

40

B. Music
FIRST YEAR
CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECT

Paper - I Paper - I

- Practical - Foundation Exercises and Songs - Practical - Subsidiary Vocal / Instrument - 1

1 1

100 100

40 40

CORE COURSE -ALLIED SUBJECT

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Pattern of Examination SECOND YEAR


CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECTS

Passing Duration Maximum Minimum (in Hours) Marks Marks

Paper - III Paper - IV Paper - II THIRD YEAR

- Practical - Higher Level Musical Forms - 1 - Practical - Higher Level Musical Forms - 2 - Practical - Subsidiary Vocal / Instrument - 2

1 1 1

100 100 100

40 40 40

CORE COURSE - ALLIED SUBJECT - II

CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECTS

Paper - VII Paper - VIII

- Practical - Advanced Musical Forms - Practical - Kritis

1 1

100 100

40 40

FOUNDATION & CORE COURSES Each Written Examination Each Practical Examination Each Practical Examination (B. Music Degree Course) SCHEME OF PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS 3 3 1 100 100 100 40 40 40

B.Com. - Computer Applications


CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECTS

FIRST YEAR Paper - II Practical - I SECOND YEAR Paper - V Practical - II THIRD YEAR Paper - IX Practical - III

PC Software and C Programming Lab

100

40

Tally and Java Lab RDBMS and Web Designing Lab

3 3

100 100

40 40

B.C.A. - Computer Applications


CORE COURSE - MAIN SUBJECTS

FIRST YEAR Paper - III Practical - I SECOND YEAR Paper - VIII Practical - II Paper - IX Practical - III

PC Software and C Programming Lab

100

40

Programming in COBOL and Microprocessors Lab Numerical and Statistical Methods and Data Structures using C & C++

3 3

100 100

40 40

THIRD YEAR Paper - XIV Practical - IV Paper - XV Practical - V

RDBMS and Web Application Lab Programming in Java and Computer Graphics Lab

3 3

100 100

40 40

PASSING MINIMUM

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7.4 CLASSIFICATION OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES


(1) B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Nat. / B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship) (a) Foundation Courses
(i) Tamil / Alternative Language Subject (i) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the language papers and securing Grade 6.0 and above but below 7.5 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS provided he/she has passed all the papers. (ii) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the language papers and securing Grade 7.5 and above but below 9.0 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS - DISTINCTION provided he/she has passed all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the First Appearance; otherwise it will be treated as First Class. (iii) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the language papers and securing Grade 9.0 to 10.0 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS - EXEMPLARY provided he/she has passed all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the First Appearance; otherwise it will be treated as First Class : and (iv) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the language papers and securing Grade 5.0 and above but below 6.0 in the aggregate shall be declared to have passed the examinations in the Second Class. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in the Third Class. (ii) English (i) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the English papers and securing Grade 6.0 and above but below 7.5 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS provided he/she has passed all the papers. (ii) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the English papers and securing Grade 7.5 and above but below 9.0 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS - DISTINCTION provided he/she has passed all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the First Appearance; otherwise it will be treated as First Class. (iii) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the English papers

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and securing Grade 9.0 to 10.0 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS - EXEMPLARY provided he/she has passed all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the First Appearance; otherwise it will be treated as First Class : and (iv) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the English papers and securing Grade 5.0 and above but below 6.0 in the aggregate shall be declared to have passed the examinations in the Second Class. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in the Third Class.

(b) Core Courses and Application Oriented Subjects


(i) Successful candidates passing the examinations for Core Courses (Main and Allied) and Application oriented subject securing Grade 6.0 and above but below 7.5 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS provided he/she has passed all the papers. (ii) Successful candidates passing the examinations for Core Courses (Main and Allied) and Application oriented subject securing Grade 7.5 and above but below 9.0 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS - DISTINCTION provided he/she has passed all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the First Appearance; otherwise it will be treated as First Class. (iii) Successful candidates passing the examinations for Core Courses (Main and Allied) and Application oriented subject securing Grade 9.0 to 10.0 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS - EXEMPLARY provided he/she has passed all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the First Appearance; otherwise it will be treated as First Class: and (iv) Successful candidates passing the examinations for Core Courses (Main and Allied) and Application oriented subject securing Grade 5.0 and above but below 6.0 in the aggregate of the marks prescribed for core courses and application oriented subjects together shall be declared to have passed the examinations in the Second Class. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examinations in the Third Class.

(2) B.Com.
Classification of successful candidates in B.Com. Degree Course is to be made separately for the two groups, Foundation Courses consisting of two papers and the other 13 papers. (Core, Allied and Elective Subjects).

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(i) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the language papers, Core Courses (Main and Allied) and Application oriented subject securing Grade 6.0 and above but below 7.5 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS provided he/she has passed all the papers. (ii) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the language papers, Core Courses (Main and Allied) and Application oriented subject securing Grade 7.5 and above but below 9.0 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS - DISTINCTION provided he/she has passed all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the First Appearance; otherwise it will be treated as First Class. (iii) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the language papers, Core Courses (Main and Allied) and Application oriented subject securing Grade 9.0 to 10.0 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS - EXEMPLARY provided he/she has passed all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the First Appearance; otherwise it will be treated as First Class: and (iv) Successful candidates passing the examinations for the language papers, Core Courses (Main and Allied) and Application oriented subject securing Grade 5.0 and above but below 6.0 in the aggregate shall be declared to have passed the examinations, in the Second Class. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examinations in the Third Class.

(3) B.Lit.
(i) Successful candidates passing all the examinations prescribed for the course and securing Grade 6.0 and above but below 7.5 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS provided he/she has passed all the papers. (ii) Successful candidates passing all the examinations prescribed for the course and securing Grade 7.5 and above but below 9.0 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS - DISTINCTION provided he/she has passed all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the First Appearance; otherwise it will be treated as First Class. (iii) Successful candidates passing all the examinations prescribed for the course and securing Grade 9.0 to 10.0 shall be declared to have passed the examination in FIRST CLASS - EXEMPLARY provided he/she has passed all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the First Appearance; otherwise it will be treated as First Class: and (iv) Successful candidates passing all the examinations prescribed for the course and securing Grade 5.0 and

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above but below 6.0 in the aggregate shall be declared to have passed the examinations in the Second Class. All other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examinations in the Third Class.

(4) B.B.A.
Passing Minimum, Classification, etc., are the same as prescribed for other undergraduate degree courses.

(5) B.Music, B.Com. (Bank Management), B.Com. (Computer Applications) and B.C.A.
A candidate shall be declared to have passed in each paper, if he/she secures not less than 40% of the marks prescribed for the examination. In the case of subjects involving practicals, the candidates shall be required to obtain not less than 40% of marks in Theory and Practical separately for declaring him/her to have passed the examination in that paper. For the B.Com. (Computer Applications) and B.C.A. Courses, classification of successful candidates is to be made separately for the two groups, Foundation Course consisting of two papers and the other papers consisting of Core, Allied (Application Oriented Subject in the case of B.Music), including practicals. The detailed scheme and conditions regarding Project Work / Practicals, etc., will be mentioned in the Syllabus which will be sent later to the candidates admitted to Course. Only those candidates who have passed all the papers including practical and project work in the first appearance as per the scheme of examination shall be considered for the purpose of RANKING.

Credits to be earned for the Final Award


Certificate Course (3 months) 10 credits (Minimum) Diploma Course (6 months) 20 credits (Minimum) PG Diploma Course (1 Year) 20/40 credits (Minimum) UG Degree Course (3 Years) 120 credits (Minimum) PG Degree Course (2 Years) 80 credits (Minimum) PG Degree Course (3 Years) 120 credits (Minimum)

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Conversion of Marks to Grade Points and Letter Grade (Performance in a paper/course) RANGE OF MARKS PG & UG 90 -100 80-89 75-79 70-74 60-69 50-59 PG UG 40-49 00-49 00-39 ABSENT GRADE POINTS PG & UG 9.0-10.0 8.0-8.9 7.5-7.9 7.0-7.4 6.0-6.9 5.0-5.9 PG UG 4.0-4.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 LETTER GRADE DESCRIPTION PG & UG PG & UG O Outstanding D+ Excellent D Distinction A+ Very Good A Good B Average PG UG PG UG C Satisfactory U Re-appear U Re-appear AAA ABSENT

PG : Post-Graduate UG: Under-Graduate (also for Certificate/Diploma/PG Diploma) Ci = Credits earned for course i in any semester / year. Gi = Grade Point obtained for course i in any semester / year. n refers to the semester/year in which such courses were credited. For a Semester/Year: GRADE POINT AVERAGE [GPA] = i Ci Gi / i Ci Sum of the multiplication of grade points by the credits of the courses GPA = Sum of the credits of the courses (passed) in a semester/year For the entire programme: CUMULATIVE GRADE POINT AVERAGE [CGPA] = n i Cni Gni / n i Cni Sum of the multiplication of grade points by the credits of the entire programme CGPA = Sum of the credits of the courses of the entire programme (CGPA is calculated only if all the courses in the entire programme are passed) CGPA PG&UG 9.5-10.0 9.0 and above but below 9.5 8.5 and above but below 9.0 8.0 and above but below 8.5 7.5 and above but below 8.0 7.0 and above but below 7.5 6.5 and above but below 7.0 6.0 and above but below 6.5 5.5 and above but below 6.0 5.0 and above but below 5.5 PG UG 0.0 and above 4.5 and above but below 5.0 but below 5.0 4.0 and above but below 4.5 0.0 and above but below 4.0 GRADE PG&UG O+ O D++ D+ D A++ A+ A B+ B PG UG U C+ C U CLASSIFICATION OF FINAL RESULT PG&UG First Class - Exemplary* First Class with Distinction*

First Class

Second Class PG Re-appear UG Third Class Re-appear

* Applicable to those who pass all the papers as per the scheme of Examination at the first appearance, otherwise only first class will be awarded.

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8. FEE DETAILS

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES (A) BREAK-UP OF FEE


FEES TO BE PAID BY THE CANDIDATE
AT THE TIME OF FIRST YEAR ADMISSION ONLY FOR EVERY YEAR

RECOGNITION FEE
Development Fee Postage Fee

Registration Fee along with filled in application Rs.

Admission Fee

1. 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 30 30 30 30 30 30 50 30 50 30 50 30 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 50 30 200 50 30 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 50 30 200 300

BA -Christian Studies

Matriculation Fee for those seeking admission to the University of Madras for the first time Rs. HSC Examination of (+2) TN Board Rs. Examination of other Board (+2) / Universities in India Rs. (+2) Examination of other Board/Universities outside India Rs.

2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

500 320 1200 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil 500 520 1600 Nil 500 620 2000 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil

2.

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BA - Criminology

3.

BA - Economics

4.

BA - English

5.

BA - History

6.

BA - Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences

7.

BA - Performing arts

8.

BA - Public administration

9.

BA- Tamil

10.

BA - Urdu

11.

BA - Vaishnavism

12.

B.Lit - Tamil

Special Fee

Tuition Fee

Lab Fee

Sl. No.

Name of the Course

13. 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 30 30 30 30 50 30 50 30 200 200 200 200 200 200 50 30 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 50 30 200 300 50 30 200 300 50 30 200 300 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 50 30 200 300 2020 50 30 200 300 2020 100 50 30 200 300 2020 100 50 30 200 300 2020 100

B.Com - Bank Management

100

50

30

200

300

2020

100

500 320 1200 Nil 500 620 2000 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil 500 320 1200 Nil

14.

B.Com - Computer Application

15.

B.Com - Corporate Secretary ship

16.

B.Com- General (Commerce)

17.

B.Sc - Apparel & Fashion Design

100 1000 1000 8000 2000 100 500 620 3000 Nil 100 1000 1000 8000 2000 100 100 500 500 620 2000 Nil 500 520 1600 Nil 500 2520 1600 Nil 100 1000 1000 8000 2000 100 1000 1000 8000 2000 100 100 100 500 620 2000 Nil 500 520 1600 Nil 500 520 4600 Nil

18.

B.Sc - Geography

19.

BSc - Hotel & Catering Management

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20.

BSc - Mathematics

21.

BSc - Medical sociology

22.

BSc - Psychology

23.

BSc - Visual Communication

24.

Bachelor of Multimedia - BBM

25.

B - Music

26.

BBA - Business Administration

27.

BCA - Computer Application

8. (B) FEE PARTICULARS - COURSE-WISE

(For Students getting Admission through Single Window Centre / Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres)

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- THREE YEAR DEGREE COURSES

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COURSE FEES

Medium

Application Registration Fee

Madras University PUC Passed Candidates

TN Govt. +2 Passed Candidates

1. E T&E T&E E T&E E T&E T&E T Urdu T&E UBT T&E 100/100/100/100/100/100/100/100/100/100/2170/2170/2170/2770/3270/2170/2170/2170/2170/2170/100/2170/UCP UEC UEN UHS UNY UPD UPA UTL UUR UVA

UCS

Course Code

Other States +2 Passed, PUC Passed Candidates

Sl. No.

Name of the Course

II YEAR

III YEAR

Rs. 100/2400/2400/2400/2400/3000/3500/2400/2400/2400/2400/2400/-

I Year Rs. 2170/-

I Year Rs. 2400/-

I Year Rs. 2500/2500/2500/2500/2500/3100/3600/2500/2500/2500/2500/2500/-

Rs. 2120/2120/2120/2120/2120/2720/3220/2120/2120/2120/2120/2120/-

Rs. 2120/2120/2120/2120/2120/2720/3220/2120/2120/2120/2120/2120/-

2.

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3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

.V. UJt a B.A. Christian Studies .V. Fwa kW fhtJiw thf B.A. Criminology and Police Administration .V. bghUa B.A. Economics .V. My B.A. English .V. tuyhW B.A. Historical Studies .eh. aif kUJtK nahfhrd maY B.Nat. Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences .V. fJ fiy B.A. Performing Arts .V. bghJ thf B.A. Public Administration .V. j B.A. Tamil .V. cUJ B.A. Urdu .V. itzt B.A. Vaishnavism .fh. ta nkyhik B.Com. Bank Management

COURSE FEES

Medium

Course Code

Application Registration Fee

Madras University PUC Passed Candidates

TN Govt. +2 Passed Candidates

Rs. UCC UCR 100/100/100/100/100/100/100/100/100/100/100/T&E T&E UBA UCA T&E 100/100/100/12150/3270/2770/5170/12150/12150/E 3270/2770/5770/4270/12150/2170/2400/12380/4500/12380/3500/3000/5400/12380/12380/3500/3000/6000/2170/2400/UCM ULT UAF UGE UHC UMA UMS UPY UVC UMM UMU T&E T&E E T&E E T&E E T T&E T&E 2400/2170/2500/2500/2500/12480/4600/12480/3600/3100/5500/12480/12480/3600/3100/6100/T&E 100/3270/3500/3800/-

I Year Rs.

I Year Rs.

I Year Rs.

Other States +2 Passed, PUC Passed Candidates

Sl. No.

Name of the Course

II YEAR

III YEAR

Rs. 3220/2120/2120/2120/12100/4220/12100/3220/2720/5120/12100/12100/3220/2720/5720/-

Rs. 3220/2120/2120/2120/12100/4220/12100/3220/2720/5120/12100/12100/3220/2720/5720/-

13.

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16.

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19.

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

.fh. f gaghL B.Com. Computer Applications .fh. Wtd brayhik B.Com. Corporate Secretaryship .fh. tfa B.Com. General (Commerce) .. j ya B.Lit. Tamil Literature .v.. m mL ng oir B.Sc. Aparel and Fashion Design .v.. a B.Sc. Geography .v.. nAhl kW nfl nknd{nk B.Sc. Hotel and Catering Management .v.. fj B.Sc. Mathematics .v.. kUJt r_fa B.Sc. Medical Sociology .v.. csa B.Sc. Psychology .v.. Zt fnf B.Sc. Visual Communication ng ko oah Bach Multi media . B. Music ..V. tf thf B.B.A. Business Administration ..V. f gaghL B.C.A. Computer Applications

8. (C) FEE DETAILS - OVERSEAS STUDENTS


(Total fees inclusive of the admission fee / tuition fee to be collected per annum)

TABLE I - SAARC COUNTRIES


UNIVERSITY FEE

NAME OF THE COURSE UNDERGRADUATE COURSES B.A. Tamil, English, Urdu, Historical Studies, Public Administration, Economics, Vaishnavism, Christian Studies, Criminology and Police Administration. B.Lit. Tamil Literature B.Sc. Mathematics B.Com. Commerce B.Sc. Geography, Psychology, Medical Sociology, Hotel and Catering Management B.Nat. Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences B.Com. Bank Management /Corporate Secretaryship. B.B.A. Business Administration B.Music / B.Com. - Computer Applications B.C.A.

Fees to be collected in US.$ by the Study Centre in SAARC Countries only


STUDY CENTRE FEE TOTAL FEE

US.$. 60

US.$. 30

US.$. 90

US.$. 75 US.$. 130 US.$. 275

US.$. 38 US.$. 65 US.$. 138

US.$. 113 US.$. 195 US.$. 413

TABLE II - OTHER FOREIGN COUNTRIES NAME OF THE COURSE UNDERGRADUATE COURSES B.A. Tamil, English, Urdu, Historical Studies, Public Administration, Economics, Vaishnavism, Christian Studies, Criminology and Police Administration. B.Lit. Tamil Literature B.Sc. Mathematics B.Com. Commerce B.Sc. Geography, Psychology, Medical Sociology, Hotel and Catering Management B.Nat. Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences B.Com. Bank Management / Corporate Secretaryship. B.B.A. Business Administration B.Music / B.Com. - Computer Applications B.C.A.
Fees to be collected in US.$ by the Study Centres in Foreign Countries / other than SAARC Countries
UNIVERSITY FEE STUDY CENTRE FEE TOTAL FEE

US.$. 140

US.$. 70

US.$. 210

US.$. 185 US.$. 260 US.$. 680

US.$. 93 US.$. 130 US.$. 340

US.$. 278 US.$. 390 US.$. 1020

Note : In addition to the above fees (Table I & II) a sum of 25 US.$ is to be collected from each student towards postal charges.

TABLE III - OTHER FEES NATURE OF THE FEES


Fees to be collected in US.$ by the Study Centres in
SAARC Countries Other Foreign Countries

Change of Course Fee US.$. 30 US.$. 45 Transfer Fee for other University Students US.$. 45 US.$. 75 TABLE IV - EXAMINATION FEES OTHER FOREIGN COUNTRIES SAARC COUNTRIES
Subject
Service Total University Charges to the Fees in Fees in Co-ordinator in US.$. US.$. US.$. Service Total University Charges to the Fees in Fees in Co-ordinator in US.$. US.$. US.$.

Undergraduate Courses per Paper / Practical Application Fees Statement of Marks Provisional Certificate (For final year) Convocation Degree Certificate (For final year) Migration Certificate

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16 12 12 15 10 15

15 -

5 -

20 15 15 10 15 10

9 (a) PERSONAL CONTACT PROGRAMME


Students are instructed to note the following

1.

The PCP classes both Theory and Practical for the students admitted under academic year stream through IDE Single Window Admission at Chennai & Spot Admission centres within Tamil Nadu will be conducted by the University in various PCP centres. The PCP classes both Theory and Practical for the students admitted under calendar year stream through IDE Single Window Admission at Chennai & SpotAdmission centres within Tamil Nadu will be conducted only in Chennai. It is the sole responsibility of the concerned Study Centre / Participating Institutions to arrange and conduct the PCP Classes for their Students. Students are advised to make their own arrangement for Boarding and Lodging. Students are advised to bring their own Note-books, Pens, Pencils, etc. Students from other States may attend Classes at any one of the nearest PCP Centres. The Co-ordinator / Additional Co-ordinator at the respective Centres will be available for any clarification regarding the course. Detailed Time-Table for PCP Classes will be made available at the PCP Centres on the first day of the PCP Classes. Any change in the programme will be intimated to the students at the venue of the PCP Classes. PCP Classes will be held from 9.30 a.m. to 12.45 p.m. & 1.30 p.m. to 4.45 p.m. Students should not use Cell Phones in the class rooms. Students are advised to collect their study materials from the Study Centres by submitting their tuition fee remittance challan (designated Bank). Students are instructed to keep their identity card ready to be produced for any reference.

2.

3.

4. 5. 6. 7.

8.

9. 10. 11. 12.

13.

9 (b) PERSONAL CONTACT PROGRAMME CENTRES


[i] [ii] Personal Contact Programmes will be organized in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry at the centres listed below. Personal Contact Programmes for all courses offered by the Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, will be conducted at Chennai. Personal Contact Programmes for practical oriented subjects shall be conducted at the PCP Centres listed in the statement below subject to sufficient enrolment of students and availability of essential infrastructure facilities at the PCP Centres for conducting the practical oriented subjects. Otherwise, the students shall be merged with other nearby PCP Centres where the practical oriented courses can be conducted or they have to attend the PCP Classes at Chennai. The PCP Centre Code allotted to the places of centres in the statement below be chosen by the candidates and the same be indicated in the boxes provided in the application form as well as coding sheet properly. 57

[iii]

[iv]

PCP CENTRES

CENTRE CODE

PCP CENTRES

CENTRE CODE

AMBUR

221

SALEM

231

CHENNAI

223

TIRUVANNAMALAI

233

KANCHEEPURAM

227

VELLORE

235

KUMBAKONAM

229

PUDUCHERRY

237

* Classes will be conducted in the above PCP centres, subject to availability of student strength. University reserves the right to cancel the existing centres or add new centres, depending on the student strength available in the concerned centers.

The detailed schedule for PCP regarding Dates, Venue, etc., for Undergraduate Courses will be intimated separately and also available at website : ideunom.ac.in

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9 (c) PERSONAL CONTACT PROGRAMME

PCP Centres for the students who have enrolled in the Single Window Admission Centre of IDE, Spot Admission Centres of the University THEORY & PRACTICALS Sl. DAYS TO BE CENTRES ATTENDANCE COURSE No. CONDUCTED

1 10 Days per year Optional

B.A./B.Lit./B.Sc./B.Com. (Commerce) B.Com (Bank Management), B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship), B.B.A. 10 days per year Compulsory Optional Compulsory Optional Compulsory Compulsory Compulsory Optional Compulsory Chennai only Compulsory 5 Days Compulsory for III year C Program

Ambur, Chennai, Kancheepuram, Kumbakonam, Salem, Tiruvannamalai, Vellore, Puducherry and Study Centres.

B.Sc. Mathematics

B.Com. Computer Applications

B.C.A.

Chennai, Coimbatore, Puducherry, Salem, Thiruchirapalli, Vellore and Study Centres Ambur, Chennai, Coimbatore, Puducherry, Salem, Tiruchirapalli, Vellore and Study centres Ambur, Chennai, Coimbatore, Puducherry, Salem, Tiruchirapalli, Vellore and Study centres Chennai only Chennai only Chennai, Coimbatore and Study Centres

B. Music

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Theory and Practical 10 days per year Theory 10 days per year Practical (Geography) 3 days per year Practical (Geology) 2 days per year I Year - 21 days II & III Year - 25 days Compulsory

B. Nat. Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences

15 days per year Computer Oriented Subjects Commerce Oriented Subjects I Year - 21 days II& III Year - 25 days I year 15 days II & III year 30 days Theory 10 days per year Practical - 6 days per year

B.Sc. Psychology

B.Sc. Geography

B.Sc.Hotel and Catering Management B.Sc. Visual Communication B.Sc. Bachelor of Multimedia Animation B.Sc. Apparel and Fashion Design

Chennai Only

Note :

1. In Chennai, classes will be conducted for all the courses. Classes will be conducted for certain courses only at selected centres outside Chennai. However, depending on student enrolment, the number of outside centres for these courses may be increased. 2. The conduct of PCP classes is subject to student strength. 3. PCP Classes and Practical Examinations for B.Sc. Geography, B.Sc. Psychology, B.Sc. Mathematics, B.Music etc. will be conducted in Chennai only. (i.e. all courses except Computer Practical oriented courses) may be conducted in Chennai only if the minimum student strength admitted by a particular centre is less than 25 for each subject.

Students who have enrolled with the Study Centres, Participatory Centres, the PCP Classes will be arranged & conducted by the Respective Institutions.

10. SPOT ADMISSION CENTRES & STUDY CENTRES


SPOT ADMISSION CENTRES
Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile

Sl. No.

Centre Code

101

INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION, University of Madras, I.D.E. Buildings, Chepauk, CHENNAI-600 005. Phone : 044-25613727 / 25613728 / 25613999

Fax : 91-44-25360865 /25393368

102

APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BY POST WITHIN TAMILNADU.

200

UNIVERSITY CONSTITUENT COLLEGE, ECR Road, Nemili - 603 104. Phone : 044-27402535

201

UNIVERSITY CONSTITUENT COLLEGE, Poonthottam, Theradi, Thiruvottiyur, Chennai - 600 019. Phone : 044-25730382

104

MAZHARUL ULOOM COLLEGE, Reddy Thoppu, AMBUR-635 802. [Vellore District] Phone : 04174-242644 Fax : 04174-249638

106

PERIYAR ARTS COLLEGE, Devanampattinam, CUDDALORE-607 001. Phone : 04142-293153 Fax : 04142-293436

107

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, COLLECTORATE (P.O.), DHARMAPURI-636 705. Phone : 04342-230008 Fax : 04342-281850

110

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE [MEN], Chennai Road, KRISHNAGIRI-635 001. Phone : 04343-292730 Fax : 04343-234780

60

111

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, (Autonomous) KUMBAKONAM-612 001. [Thanjavur District] Phone : 0435-2442149 / 2442977 Fax : 0435-2442977

10

114

MODERATOR GNANADASON POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE, Distillery Road, NAGERCOIL-629 001. [Kanyakumari District] Phone : 04652-223302 / 230859

Fax : 04652-223302 Mobile : 9865210713

11

116

ST. XAVIERS COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, Johns College Road, PALAYAMKOTTAI-627 002. [Tirunelveli District] Phone : 0462-2577630 Fax : 0462-2577630

Mobile : 9788421646

12

117

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, Cherry Road, SALEM-636 007. Phone : 0427-2413273 Fax : 0427-2413273

13

119

JAMAL MOHAMMED COLLEGE, No. 7, Race Course Road, Khajanagar, THIRUCHIRAPALLI-620 020. Phone : 0431-2333235 Fax : 0431-2331435

14

120

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, Chengam Road, Ramanasramam P.O., THIRUVANNAMALAI-606 603. Phone : 04175-236298 Fax : 04175-236553 Mobile : 9442250302

15

121

GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, Stone House Hill P.O., UDHAGAMANDALAM-643 002, The Nilgiris Phone : 0423-2443981 Fax : 0423-2448500

16

122

MUTHURANGAM GOVT. ARTS COLLEGE , Otteri Road, Bagayam, VELLORE-632 002. Phone : 0416-2262068 Fax : 0416-2263768 Mobile : 9842281620

17

124

PANNAIKADU VEERAMMAL PARAMASIVAM COLLEGE, PVP Nagar, Dindigul Batlagundu Highway, K. Singarakottai (P.O), DINDIGUL-624 708.

Phone : 04543-268444 / 268445 Fax : 04543-268633 Mobile : 9750953331

18

125

CHERAN MATRICULATION HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL, Vennaimalai, KARUR-639 006. Phone : 04324-222004 / 222029

SPOT ADMISSION CENTRES


Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile

Sl. No.

Centre Code

19

126

ABI & ABI COLLEGE ARTS, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Abi & Abi Nagar, Vayalur, Kumbakonam Main Road, Vayalur, THANJAVUR-613 003. Phone : 04362-253666

Fax : 04362-246444 Mobile : 9786227505

20

127

VOORHEES COLLEGE, 1/A, Officers Line, VELLORE-632 001. Phone : 0416-2220317 Fax : 0416-2220318

21

128

KANDASWAMI KANDARS COLLEGE , VELUR-638 182, Paramathi-Velur Taluk, [Namakkal District] Phone : 04268-220255 Fax : 04268-223355 Mobile : 9443001385

22

129

SREE AMMAN ARTS & SCIENCE COLLEGE, Chittode, ERODE-638 102. Phone : 0424-2533987 / 2535172 Fax : 0424-2535171

23

130

PACHAIYAPPAS COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, KANCHIPURAM-631 503. Phone : 044-27222768

24

132

H.H. THE RAJAHS COLLEGE, PUDUKOTTAI-622 001. Phone : 04322-221558

25

133

JOHN BOSCO ARTS & SCIENCE COLLEGE, Tiruvallur Railway Station, Post Box No. 14, Tiruvallur Taluk, THIRUVALLUR DISTRICT-602 001

Phone : 04146-27691499 / 27600611 Mobile : 9443641266

26

134

JOHN DEWEY MATRIC. HR.SEC.SCHOOL, 11/F, M.R.K. Street, V. Maruthur, VILLUPURAM-605 602. Phone : 04146-251150 Mobile : 9865546688

27

135

RAJESWARI VEDACHALAM GOVERNMENT ARTS COLLEGE, G.S.T. Road, Near Government Hospital, CHENGALPATTU-603 001. Phone : 044-27431257 / 27427816

61
STUDY CENTRES - TAMILNADU

Fax : 044-27431257

28

136

HINDUSTHAN COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCE, Hindusthan Gardens, Behind Nava India,COIMBATORE-641 028. Phone : 422-2561633 / 2561644 / 2561666

Fax : 422-2561655

29

137

SUDANDIRA MATRICULATION HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL, Green Land, Mettu Street Cross, TIRUTTANI-631 209. Tiruvallur District. Phone : 044-27885414

Mobile : 9443019772

30

138

SIDDHARTHA MATRICULATION HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL , Sevvapet, Tiruvallur Dt - 602 025. Phone : 044-26740666

31

202

TAGORE GOVT. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, M.G. Road, Middle Point, PORT BLAIR-744 101. Phone : 03192-232695 / 239688 Fax : 03192-244045

32

203

WISEMAN HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL, Vellalar Street, Mudaliarpet & Lake Street, Velrampet, PUDUCHERRY-605 004. Phone : 0413-236420 Fax : 0413-2353108

Mobile : 9894494144

CHENNAI REGION

601

DEEPIGHA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY, 149, 100 Feet Road, (Between Kasi Theatre & Hyundai), Ekkaduthangal, Chennai 600 032. Ph: 72999 55236 ,

98415 67876 , 044-2362 3676, Fax : 044-2225 3123

602

BHARATH POSTGRADUATE COLLEGE, Old No.45, New No.26, Ist Cross Street, Mg Nagar, Poonamallee, Chennai- 600 056Phone : 044- 26490953 Fax : 044-24983384

STUDY CENTRES - TAMILNADU


Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile

Sl. No.

Centre Code

603

RUKMANI THAYAR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION, 303/10/52, Old Gst Road, Irumbuliyur Village, East Tambaram, Chennai- 600 059 Phone : 044-22393775 Fax : 044-24983384

604

TAMBARAM ACADEMY FOR DISTANCE LEARNING, No. 60, 1st Floor, Thayagam Building, Ramasamy Street, Tambaram West, Chennai- 600 045. Phone : 044- 43159565

Fax : 044- 43159565 Mobile 9841155653

605

ACADEMY OF DESIGN AND RESEARCH INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, W-12, 3rd Main Road, Opp To Towers Club, Annanagar, Chennai-600 040. Phone : 044-65419098

Fax : 044-26281471Mobile : 9710406009

606

SWARNAMMAL GANESAN EDUCATIONAL SOCIAL AND HEALTH CARE TRUST, 3,Othavadai Street, Podaturpet, Pallipat [Taluk], Tiruvallur- 631208, Phone : 044-27849744

Mobile : 9444246103

607

RENAISSANCE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES TRUST, No.60, Ist Floor, 10th Avenue, Ashok Nagar, Chennai- 600 083. Phone : 044 -42975555, 65611355

Fax : 044-23712435 Mobile : 9600067655

608

STUDENT STUDY CENTRE, No. 1, Mount Road, Little Mount, Saidapet, Chennai- 600 015. Phone : 044 22201333, 22350805 Fax : 044-22301314

62

609

BHARATH POSTGRADUATE COLLEGE, 8, Karpagambal Nagar, Mylapore, Chennai- 600 004 Phone : 044- 24990953 / 24984366 Fax : 044-24983384

10

610

TVM COLLEGE OF EDUCATION , TVM Nagar, Palipet Tk, Thiruvallur District Pin 631 208

11

611

INFORMATICS EDU- ART CONSULTANCY, 294, C.T.H. Road, Avadi, Chennai- 600 054 Phone : 044-26376699, 044-26376660

12

612

VISALAM EDUCATION CHARITABLE TRUST, 12/2 , Opp To E.R. High School, Cauvery Palam, Keelachintamani, Trichy- 620 002. Phone : 0431- 2713900

13

613

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY, 149, Madhavaram High Road, Near Railway Station, Perambur, Chennai- 600 01. Phone - 044 -42779395 / 92

14

614

VENUS EDUCATION CENTRE, No- 30/54, North Raja Street, Tiruvallur- 602 001. Phone - 9843234234 / 9843703005

15

615

OVIYA ACADEMY, 161, Thiruvalluvar Salai, Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai - 600 041.Phone - 044 - 64611146, 42104450

16

618

AIMS ACADEMY, 40, Trunk Road, Upstair of Federal Bank, Poonamallee - 600 056. Ph : 91-96262 55433, 91 4252 222955

17

619

CHENGAI STUDY CENTRE, 17, V.O.C. Street, Opp. Kulunthi Amman Koil, Chengalpattu - 603 001. Phone : 044-27423555 / 9840188776 Email : djbohra@gmail.com

18

620

KALLAZHAGAR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUE, Old No. 383, New No. 144/D3, Rajapalayam Main Road, Sankarankovil - 627 756. Ph : 9884002347

19

655

NIRDS, No-1, Bus Stand Complex, Near Chinthamani Super Market, Erode- 638 003. Phone : 0424- 2261777, 9788873707

STUDY CENTRES - TAMILNADU


Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile

Sl. No.

Centre Code

20

658

ANNAMALAIYAR FOUNDATION, 12A, Sappani Pillaiyar Koil Street, Kancheepuram 631 502. Phone : 044 27232393 Fax : 044 27232393

21

659

BITS & BYTES COMPUTERS, No.59, RNR Towers , Covai Road, Karur -639 002 Phone : 04324 -233322, 249667 Fax : 04324- 249667 Mobile : 9843034934, 9843334935

22

660

NATIONAL ACADEMY, No. 14, Ardhanari Street, Opp New Bus Stand Kalaigar Maligai Backside- Salem- 4 Phone : 0427-2335151

23

663

SAI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, No- 367C, KKC Complex, Near APR Stores, Avinashi Road, Tiruppur - 641 602. Phone : 0421-2208113, Fax : 0421-2208113

24

664

VELLORE STUDY CENTRE (P) LTD. No. 9/41, Arni Road, Near Dhinesh Hospital, Vellore 632 001. Phone : 0416 4200565, 4216660 Mobile : 9363023465

25

666

PADMARAJAM COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT, No. 10, Kalpalam Road, Goripalayam, Madurai- 625002 Phone : 0452- 2521695, 4360664,3265065 Fax : 0452- 4360664

26

667

SRI SAI VAIGAI ACADEMY, Convent Stop, 5, G H Road, Near ESI, Theni. Phone : 04546-260785

27

668

SREE ARAVINDHA STUDY CENTRE, No. 40, Nageswaran Sannathi, Kumbakonam - 612 001. Phone : 0435-2400105

28

669

GATEWAY FOR ENTREPRENEUR AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES (Gems Trust), 73/12, Annamalai Nagar, (Behind Lakshmi Complex),Salai Road, Trichy 18.Phone : 0431 402 55 55

63
STUDY CENTRES - OTHER STATES

Mobile : 93444-45335 / 93446 54545

29

671

AIMS ACADEMY, No. 63/1-22A, Sri Ram nagar, New Fair Lands, Extn., Salem - 636 016. Mobile : 96262 55433

441

PONDICHERRY CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES TRUST, No-51B, II Floor, Mission Street, Near ICICI Bank, Puducherry Phone : 0413-2220925, 2220955 Mobile :

9345055255

433

NALANDA COLLEGE NALANDA EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY, S.C.O -142 , Sector -13 Main Market, Karnal (Haryana) 132001 Phone : 0184- 4033847 Fax : 0184-2201036

434

J.B.M.COLLEGE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION, Baba Mukhteshwar Siksha Samiti, Opposite to Civil Court, Near Central Bank V& P.O- Kosli(Rewari) Haryana- 123302

Phone : 01259- 276341 Fax : 01259- 276341

801

MALABAR EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE TRUSTMALABAR COLLEGE, Opp. RMS Near Railway Station, Vatakara -673 101 Phone : 0496- 2275350, 09349464763

ANDHRA PRADESH

302

BOSCO INSTITUTE OF ELECTRONICS, Motinagar, Erragada, Hyderabad -500 018. Phone : 040-23833742/23832361 Mobile : 09441512177

STUDY CENTRES - OTHER STATES


Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile

Sl. No.

Centre Code

303

JEEVAN SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCES, 3rd Floor, North Block, Raghava Ratna Towers, Chirag-Ali-Lane, Abids, Hyderabad-500 001. Phone : 040-23205738/39

Mobile : 09848828919

306

VIDYANIKETAN (E.M) HIGH SCHOOL, Kutty College, V.R.C.Centre, Nellore -524 003. Phone : 0861-2333097/2333107/2317612 Mobile : 09246433371

309

M.P.R.DEGREE COLLEGE, Shramika Nagar, Chinagantyada, Gajuwaka Post, Vishakapatnam-530 026 Phone : 0891-2512891 Mobile : 09866661134

312

VASISTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY& MANAGEMENT, 102,1 st Floor, Ameer Estates, Besides ICICI Bank S.R. Nagar Branch, Sanjeeva Reddy Nagar,

Hyderabad-500 082. Phone : 040-23758509 Mobile : 09985550088/09885550088

10

313

S.M.K.S EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY, Flat No. 201, 3 rd Floor, Jamuna Plaza, Himayath Nagar, Hyderabad-500 029 Phone : 040-27630650/2763065 Mobile : 09246883308

11

315

BHARATI DEGREE COLLEGE , Opp.Bus Stand, Station Road, Chirala-523 155 Mobile : 09840683466/09989283589

KARNATAKA

64

12

321

S.S.R COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND COMMERCE, No.11,60 Feet Road, Amarjyothi Nagar, Vijaynagar Extension, Bangalore- 560 040. Phone : 080-23107336/23113811

Mobile : 09448884488/09343106379

13

322

UNIVERSAL COLLEGE, No.90 Magadi Main Road, Near Tollgate Circle, Vijaynagar, Bangalore-560 044 Phone : 080-41673379/23111020/23352571 Fax : 080-2340

Mobile : 09741609599/09739524221

14

323

MANAGALA EDUCATIONAL ACADEMY, A.A Pais Building, 1st Floor, Church Road, Ashok Nagar, Mangalore-575 006. Phone : 0824-2453910

15

324

SAPTAGIRI ISTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, #795, 5 th Main, Aravinda Nagar, Ist Stage (Behind Banashankar Bus Stop) Mysore-570 023.

Phone : 0821-2462592 Mobile : 09986101525

KERALA

16

328

MALABAR EDUCATIOAL AND CHARITABLE TRUST, Sims, Aiswarya Complex, Olavakkode Junction, Palakkad-678 002 Phone : 0491-3265616 Mobile : 09349119325

17

329

ST.PAULS INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY PVT.LTD., Nariyapuram P.O., Pathanamthitta-689 513. Phone : 0468-3207877 / 3207899 Mobile : 9847723324

18

330

MALABAR EDUCTIONAL AND CHARITABLE TRUST, (MALABAR COLLEGE), Kalpetta 673 121. Wayanad District. Phone : 04936 -205833 Mobile : 09447694285

19

332

DON BOSCO COLLEGE, Mannuthy, Thrissur 680 651. Phone : (0487) 2371337/2370447Mobile : 09446184468

STUDY CENTRES - OTHER STATES


Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile

Sl. No.

Centre Code

20

333

VIDYODAYA INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION & MANAGEMENT, 40/554, Abhilash Opp. Hotel Renaissance, S.N. Junction, Palarivattom, Cochin 682 025.

21

491

VIVEKANANDA EDUCATIONAL & CHARITABLE TRUST SCIENCE ACADEMY, Opp. Town Hall, Cochin - 682 018. Cell : 9349119325

22

492

EDUWIN DISTANCE EDUCATION CENTRE, Arafa Building, Kacharipadi, Manjeri, Kerala - 676 121. Pho ne : 0483-6061234 / 9744889956

23

334

SHRI VIVEKANANDA EDUCATIONAL TRUST, 2nd Floor, Manimuriyil Bank Road, Near Fathima Hospital, Calicut 673 001. Phone : 0495-2369363

Mobile : 09400802899, 09349119325

24

335

LITTLE FLOWER COLLEGE, P.O. Puthenpalli, Guruvayoor 680 103. Thrissur District. Phone : 0487-2550982 Mobile : 09526310389

25

336

MALABAR EDUCATIONAL AND CHARITABLE TRUST, Trade Centre, Yogasala Road, Near Municipal Bus Stand, Kannur 670 001. 0497-2703531

Mobile : 09895182232

26

337

ACADEMY FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES, KMC IX-1436 B, New Kodakasseri Building, Near Collectorate,K.K.Road, Kottayam 686 001. Phone : 0481-2300522

Mobile : 09249490722

65

27

338

REGIONAL MANAGEMENT COLLEGE, Jubilee Road, Malappuram 676 505. Phone : 0483-3290570

28

339

INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES, Meads Lane, Near Jubilee Mission Hospital, Palayam, Thiruvananthapuram 695 034. Mobile : 09447082717

BIHAR

29

341

ARCADE BUSINESS COLLEGE, Arya Kumar Road, Rajendra Nagar, Patna 800 016. Phone : 0612-2666000, 2663335, 06115-222222

MAHARASHTRA

30

351

NATIONAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & MANGEMENT, S.S.Higher Secondary School, Behind White House, Opp. Kurla Market, Kurla (West) Mumbai 400 070.

Phone : 022-26541910/26541911/26541912 Mobile : 09867306232

31

354

WISDOM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, Plot No.1, Tiwari Industries Campus, Vedant Nagar, Station Road, Aurangabad 431 001. Phone : 0240-2464733

Mobile : 09922445008/0917577111

32

355

WISDOM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, 21, Inox Square, Hiwari Layout, Wardhman Nagar, Beside Jai Jalaram Mangal, Karalaya, Nagpur 440 021.

Phone : 0712-2240158

33

356

JVR EDUCATIONAL TRUST, 1184/4, Shreenath Plaza, Dnyaneshwar, Padwka Chowk, F.C. Road, Shivaji Nagar, Pune 411 005. 020-25536407/ 25530024

Mobile : 09960731651

STUDY CENTRES - OTHER STATES


Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile

Sl. No.

Centre Code

MEGHALAYA

34

361

SACRED HEART THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, Mawali, Shillong 793 008. Phone : 0364-2550315 Mobile : 0943699408

WEST BENGAL

35

372

INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES , Alexandra Court, Ist Floor, 60/1, Chowringhee Road, Kolkatta 700 020.

NEW DELHI

36

382

VIVEKANANDA INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER EDUCATION, 2647, Hudson Lane, Near North Campus Delhi University, Delhi 110 009. Phone : 011-47058209

Mobile : 09268571123

GUJARAT

37

391

MOHAMMEDBHAI ALIMOHAMMEDBHAI MEMON HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL, Gandhi Road, Bardoli 394 601. Phone : 02622-228898 Mobile : 09913506069

66

SIKKIM

38

411

PAKIM PALATINE COLLEGE, Hospital Road,Pakyong, East Sikkim 737 106. Phone : 03592-257413 Mobile : 09932441720

UTTAR PRADESH

39

423

INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Quarsi, Civil Lines, Etah Bye-Pass Road, Aligarh 202 001. Phone - 0571 - 2742309, 9758615566

HARYANA

40

432

GLOBAL SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE, Global Foyer, Sec.43, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon 122 002.

ASSAM

41

451

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES, 9 th Bye Lane , Zoo Tinial, Rgb Road, Guwahati 781 007. Phone : 0361-2466348 Mobile : 09435146170

ORISSA

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486

LIBERTY EDUCATION, Plot No.784, Saheed Nagar, Bhubaneswar, Orissa 751 007. Phone : 0674-2543025, Fax No. 0674-2542908 Mobile : 9853087201, 2, 7, 8

STUDY CENTRES - ABROAD CENTRE


Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile

Sl. No.

Centre Code

503

PMC SCHOOL OF LOGISTICS, No.1, Sophia Road, No.03-04, Peace Centre, Singapore 228 149. Phone- 0065-63399703 Fax: 0065-63399742.

504

ASIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, No.200, 1 st Floor, George R. De Silva Mawatha, Colombo -13 ,Srilanka Phone- 009411-4613225 Fax: 009411-2451090.

506

HIMALAYAN EDUCATION NETWORK , Pvt. Ltd.,G.P.O Box.No.5726, Old Baneshwor Chowk-09, Kathmandu, Nepal. Phone- 977-1-4476685 Mobile-977985109909 Fax: 977-1-4477709.

508

KUWAIT EDUCATIONAL CENTRE, (Majdalawi Educational Institute For Unversity Services) P.O.Box.39271,Nuzha 73053. Kuwait. Phone- (+965)4729161/47221439/5618333 Fax: 4729161 / 5661606.

510

POLYGLOT INSTITUTE OMAN IIC, P.O.Box.221, Ruwi Postal Code 112, Muscat, Sultanate Of Oman. Phone- 24835777 Fax: 24834602.

514

ATLAS INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, P.O. Box 16762, Raz Al Kaimah, Free Trade Zone, Razal Al Kaimah, U.A.E. Phone - 0097150 - 7946945

PARTICIPATORY INSTITUTIONS

901

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MADRAS INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY, 16A, Shastri Nagar, (Between Hotel Ambika, Empire & Mosque) 100 Feet Road, Vadapalani, Chennai-600 026 Ph : 98412 70011 , 98412 71133 , 2362 3678

905

AIMS ACADEMY, No- 63 /1-22 A, Sri Ram Nagar, Opp. Juhu Garden Services Apartment, Alagapuram, Salem 636 016. Phone : 0427-2443445 Fax : 04252-222955 Mobile : 9626255622

906

AYIRA VAISYA INSTITUTE, No. 5/338 Sowkthali Street, Paramakudi Post & Taluk, Ramnad District, 623 707 Phone : 04564-227666 Fax : 04564-224666 Mobile : 9443684210

907

LN GROUP OF INSTITUTES, SES Campus, Behind Ekvira School, Charkop Sect.1,Kandivali (W), Mumbai-400 067 Phone : 022-28670101

909

VIRUTSHAM FOUNDATION, No. 42, Kalai Nagar 2nd Street, Old Natham Road, Kalai Nagar, Madurai- 625017. Phone : 0462- 4255595 Mobile : 9626255644

910

ACER FOUNDATION, 23/95, Laws Ghat Road, Ugarthe Nagar, Kodaikanal-624101. Phone : 044-28495454

923

THE MARK BUSINESS SCHOOL AND RESEARCH CENTRE, No. 57, Manikodi Srinivasa Nagar Main Road, Near Toll Plaza, OMR, Perungudi - 600 096. Phone : 044-2496 4101 Mobile : 98418 25101

924

G-TEC EDUCATION, House of G-Tec Indus Avenue, Kallai Road, Calicut - Kerala - 673 002. (Phone : 91 495 408833 (60 lines) Fax : 91 495 4088334

925

HCL TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED, 84, Greams Road, Thousand Lights, Chennai - 600 060.

Professional Integrated Programme CA

10

911

BMS INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, No. 111, St Johns Road, Bangalore 560 042. 080 25547030

PARTICIPATORY INSTITUTIONS
Name of Centre, Address, Phone, Fax & Mobile

Sl. No.

Centre Code

11

912

GALAXY INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT GALAXY EDUCATIONAL HEALTH & CHARITABLE TRUST, Admin Office: Galaxy Towers, 18 4 th Street, Karpagam Avenue, Raja Annamalaipuram, Chennai 600 028. Phone : 044 42102510/24956277/24956299 Mobile : 91-44-24939925

12

CAMPUS: GALAXY INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT , Tambaram Road, Vellarai, Sriperumbudhur, Kanchipuram 602 105.

13

914

NEWREEL DESIGN AND ENTERTAINMENT (P) LTD, Pacifica Tech Park No-23, Rajiv Gandhi Salai , OMR (Near To Polaris Lab), Navalur, Chennai-603103 Phone : 044-28192329

14

915

DIAMOND DART ACADEMY, 172/9, Old Hal Airport Road, Near Domlur Bustop, Domlur, Bangalore 71 Phone : 08025355666 Mobile : 9626255644

15

917

VETHATHIRI MAHARISHI INSTITUTE FOR SPIRITUAL AND INTUITIONAL EDUCATION [VISION FOR WISDOM], Temple Of Consciousness, Arulperumjothi Nagar, Aliyar Pollachi - 642 10. Phone : 04253-288545

16

918

AIMS ACADEMY, No- 30, Trunk Road, Sekar Complex, Near Sundar Theatre Poonamallae, Chennai-600 056 Mobile : 09600055533

17

919

APOLLO COMPUTERS EDUCATION LIMITED, Ishwarya Complex, 1st Floor, No. 4, Duraisami Road, T.Nagar, Chennai - 600 017.

18

920

GLOBAL SCHOOL OF FOREIGN TRADE, No. 83/1C, 120 Feet Road, 3rd Floor, Venus Complex, Surveyor Colony, Min Nagar, Madurai - 625 007.

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ONLINE PROGRAMME INSTITUTIONS

19

921

WELHAMS COLLEGE, Jwalakhel Kathmandhu Lalitpur, Nepal. Phone : 9851021078, 97715008617 Cell : 0097715520509, 0097715522677

20

922

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MATERIALS MANAGEMENT, IVth Floor, Chatean D Amba, 110, Nelson Marikam Road, Chennai - 29. Tel No. 237427501, 23742195

913

SPE TRUST, 8, Karpagambal Nagar, Mylapore, Chennai- 600 004. Phone : 24990953/24987025 Fax : 044-24983384 Mobile : 9884002347

916

EVERONN BUSINESS EDUCATION LIMITED , Everonn House Plot No- 96-99, Industrial Estate,Perungudi, Chennai- 600 096. Phone : 044- 42968400 Fax : 044- 24962800

TECHNICAL COLLABORATION INSTITUTION FOR INDUSTRY INTEGRATED COURSES

926

EDU SEARCH INDIA PVT. LTD. , No. 252, Kanakapura Main Road, 7th Block, Jaya Nagar, Bangalore - 560 082. Phone : 080-26631833 / 834 Fax : 080 - 22450490

ATTENTION

Students can seek admission only at Single Window Admission Centre / Spot Admission Centres / Study Centres / Participatory Programme Centres listed in the prospectus / University Website. Students are advised not to have any dealing with any other unauthorised Institutions/ Agencies pertaining to admission to any of the courses offered by this Institute. They are cautioned that admission secured from unauthorised centres agencies will not be entertained and university will not be held responsible for the same.

11. GRIEVANCE FORM


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UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
CHENNAI - 600 005
Date................................................... Name of the Course : ........................................................................ Name of the Candidate Address : ....................................................................... : ......................................................................... .......................................................................... .......................................................................... .......................................................................... Pin code : .......................................................................... Year of Admission ............................................................ Enrolment No. : ................................................................. Month and Year * Month and Year Month .......................................

of passing the of passing the Examination Year ........................................... Examination

* Payment Particulars ........................................................


........................................................ ........................................................

* These details should be furnished relating to


Provisional / Degree Certificate.

Grievance in brief

Signature of the Student Action taken (To be filled in by the Office)

ASST. / A.S.O.

SECTION OFFICER

P.R.O.

The filled-in grievance form may be sent to The Public Relations Officer, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005. (Fax : 91-44-25385539)

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STUDENTS FEEDBACK FORM


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UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
CHENNAI - 600 005

Date : 1. 2. 3. Name of the Teacher : Course and Paper Title: Enrolment Number Name of the Centre : Name of the Student

Directions : For each Item, Please indicate your choice of the statement by ticking under each heading. SA : Strongly Agree A : Agree N : Neutral D : Disagree SD : Strongly Disagree A. Subject Matter 1. 2. 3. The depth of coverage of the subject was adequate The teachers overall organization and presentation of the subject was very clear The teacher stimulated intellectual curiosity. SA A N D SD

B. Teacher - Leading Process 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. The teacher began classes in time The teacher used the class hour effectively. All the daily lectures (or class work) were well organized and in a meaningful sequence The explanations were clear and to the point. The teacher encouraged participation and discussion by students. All units of the course were completed in time

10. The teachers method of teaching made the lecture interesting 11. The teachers communication ability was satisfactory 12. The teachers attitude toward the students was friendly and helpful 13. The question of the examinations were explained after the examination.

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12. SIMULTANEOUS ADMISSION TO CERTIFICATE & DIPLOMA COURSES INFORMATION TO CANDIDATES


Along with the course selected, if an applicant wishes to join any one of the Certificate or Diploma Courses simultaneously, he/she should obtain separate Prospectus prescribed for the Certificate/Diploma Courses on payment of Rs. 100/- in person or Rs. 150/- by post towards the cost of Application and Prospectus and to submit the application together with bonafide certificate of the Institution where he/she is studying the Under-Graduate Degree Course.

ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS
(A) CERTIFICATE COURSES
a) Candidates undergoing any Degree Course (Regular Stream) of the University of Madras or any other University recognised by UGC/AIU accepted as equivalent thereto by this University are eligible for admission to the Certificate Courses other than Sanskrit, French & German. b) A student can additionally enrol for one Certificate Course only at a time.

(B) DIPLOMA COURSES


a) Candidates undergoing any Post-Graduate Degree Course (Regular Stream) of the University of Madras or any other University recognised by UGC/AIU accepted as equivalent thereto by this University are eligible for admission to the Diploma Courses other than Sanskrit, French & German. b) Candidates who have passed +2 Examinations conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu (or) Senior School Certificate Examinations conducted by the CBSE (or) Government Board Examinations of the Other States (or) Union Territories (or) an Examination as equivalent thereof by the authorities, University of Madras are eligible for admission to the Diploma Course in Rain Water Harvesting only. c) A student can additionally enrol for one Diploma Course only at a time. 71

(C) DUAL DEGREE


a) Candidates, who are undergoing Postgraduate Degree courses in the regular colleges affiliated to any University recognised by the UGC / AIU shall be permitted to do another Undergraduate / Postgraduate degree course in the IDE under Dual Degree programme, provided such candidates satisfy the admission requirement prescribed for the course concerned. b) Candidates who are under going courses in regular colleges should submit their filled in application forms along with the bonafide certificate issued by the Principal of the College where the candidate is studying at present; also the candidates should submit their basic qualification certificate in original; if the candidates are not able to submit their original certificates, such candidates should submit the Photostat copies of all the qualifying certificates duly attested by the Principal of the College, where the candidate is undergoing the course now. c) Candidates who are admitted in the IDE, should follow the rules and regulations prescribed for the course and satisfy all the requirements prescribed for completing the course in order to qualify for awarding the Degree.

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13. EXAMINATIONS
1. Candidates are instructed to read the following instructions relating to examinations carefully and take note of the special instructions relating to examinations. 2. Separate intimation regarding examinations and examination applications will not be sent to the students admitted from Academic Year 2012 - 2013 & Calendar Year Admissions 2013. They have to apply for examinations as and when they are eligible within the prescribed last date. Students should take photo copy of the specimen examination application appended to this Prospectus and submit it to the University before the prescribed last date furnished under serial number 4 below. The examination application can also be downloaded from the IDE website www.ideunom.ac.in 3. The annual main examinations for Students admitted under Calendar Year Stream are conducted at the end of the Calendar Year, i.e., November every year. Subsequently, the supplementary examinations for this batch of students will be conducted during May every year. 4. The last date for submission of filled-in examination application for the Main Examinations Please refer IDE, University of Madras Website. 5. While submitting the filled-in application for examination they should enclose the xerox copy of the fees remittance challan towards the tution feess paid till the date of submission of examination application. Otherwise, their applications will not be registered for the examinations.

(Student who has not paid the Tuition fees will not be permitted to write the examinations under any circumstances)
6. The examinations are conducted at various centres furnished in the examination application appended to this prospectus. However, the University has the right to restrict the number of examination centres depending upon the students strength. In such cases, students choosing a particular centre may be asked to take the examinations in the nearby Examination Centre. 7. Normally two examinations are conducted per day. The fore-noon session is from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. and the after-noon session is from 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. Those who have cleared all the prescribed papers at the end of each year, will have only one examination per day. 8. Qualitatively, the examinations conducted for the students of Institute of Distance Education are on par with the examinations conducted for the regular College students. 9. The ID card issued by the Institute should be produced at the Examination Centre both for obtaining the hall ticket and for taking the examinations. No other ID card will be accepted for taking the examinations. 10. Even though the students are registered for the courses under English / Tamil Medium acording to their choice indicated in the Admission Application form, students are permitted to write their examinations either in Tamil or English irrespective of their choice of medium of instruction at the time of admission. 11. Students, who have arrears of paper, after the completion of the duration of the course of study, may also submit the examination application form to clear their arrear papers within the last date indicated above along with the prescribed examination fees. 73

Cost of Application Rs.25/- (to be paid along with examination fees)

UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS
brid gfiyfHf INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE EDUCATION bjhiyu f Wtd
APPLICATION FOR UNDER GRADUATE DEGREE EXAMINATION MAY / NOVEMBER ..........................
IMPORTANT NOTE:

Name of the Degree :........................ Main Subject ................

UG

Separate intimation regarding examinations and examination application will not be sent to students admitted from Calendar Year 2011. Keep this specimen application form till the successful completion of the degree.Candidates should use only photocopy of the specimen application to submit as and when he/she is eligible to apply for the examinations.
1. The annual main examinations for students admitted under Calendar Year Stream (Enrolment number starting with alphabet C) are conducted at the end of the Calendar Year, i.e., November every year. The supplementary examinations for this batch of students will be conducted during May every year. The annual main examinations for students admitted under Academic Year Stream (Enrolement number starting with alphabet A) are conducted at the end of the Academic Year, i.e., May every year. The supplementary examinations for this batch of students will be conducted during November every year. Before filling the application, please read carefully the instructions furnished in this application as well as Instructions to Candidates. IMPORTANT DATES - Last date for submission of filled-in application: For May Examinations - Please refer IDE, University of Madras Website. For November Examinations - Please refer IDE, University of Madras Website. Applications received after this last date will be rejected.

2.

3. 4.

Designated Banks Indian Bank / IOB

Details of fees remitted to the IDE


Tuition fees remitted so far (Enclose Xerox copies of Challan) First Year Second Year Third Year Rs.................................. Date:................................. Rs.................................. Date:................................. Rs.................................. Date:................................. Fees remitted for the current examinations: (Enclose the Original IDE Copy of the Challan or Demand Draft) Examination Fees: Provisional Certificate Convocation Degree Certificate Rs........................................ Rs......................................... Rs.........................................

1. EXAMINATION CENTRE / nj ika : CENTRE CODE NO. / nj ika FpL v : 2. ENROLMENT NUMBER / g v. 3. MEDIUM SELECTED / ghlbkh : ENGLISH / My t TAMIL / j t 4. NAME OF THE CANDIDATE / khzt bga (AS PER ADMISSION) RECORDS A. In English My (IN CAPITAL LETTER) B. In Tamil j 5. DATE OF BIRTH / wj nj : 6. a) Name of Father / jij bga : b) Name of Mother / jhah bga : 7. ADDRESS
(IN CAPITAL LETTERS) WITH LANDLINE/ MOBILE NO. (RMN) Kft

Men / M - Women / bg

AFFIX HERE CANDIDATES RECENT PASSPORT SIZE PHOTOGRAPH DULY SIGNED rg vLj khzt ifbahgl khgs ifgl xLj ntL.

8. SUBJECT/S FOR WHICH THE CANDIDATE IS NOW APPEARING / khzt jbghGJ nj vGjs jhf tu :

FIRST YEAR / KjyhkhL SUBJECT / ghl CODE / FpL

SECOND YEAR / ulhkhL SUBJECT / ghl CODE / FpL

THIRD YEAR / _whkhL SUBJECT / ghl CODE / FpL

Total Number of Subject/s Appearing

Total Number of Subject/s Appearing

Total Number of Subject/s Appearing

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9. Enrolment number / g v. ___________________________________ Details of previous appearance/s Kija nj tuf (This column should be compulsorily filled in by the candidate, except the very first appearance)

FIRST YEAR / KjyhkhL


Paper jh Subject ghl Code FpL Month & Year / khj & tUl Exam. Centre / nj ika Result nj Ko

SECOND YEAR / ulhkhL

THIRD YEAR / _whkhL

10. Details of Exemption, if any, granted in any subjects (Copy of the Exemption Order to be enclosed) 11. State whether he/she has been rusticated for malpractice if Yes, give details :

I hereby declare that the above information furnished by me are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief and I have paid all my tuition fees and also I have attended the compulsory classes including practicals conducted by the I.D.E. eh nkgo FLs tuf midJ cikahdit vW, bjhiyu f WtdF brYj ntoa go flzfis KGikahf brYns vd cW mnw. mJl bjhiyu f Wtdjh eljgl vyh flha tFfSF (brKiw cgl), tUif g Mns vW cW mnw. Station : Date : Signature of the Candidate / khzt ifbahg

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Candidate should fill all the columns in the Application in their own hand writing only. Candidates are advised to go through the enclosed SUBJECTS and SUBJECT CODES thoroughly before filling Application. Tuition Fee should not be remitted along with the Examination Fee under any circumstances. Candndiates who are in arrears of Tuition fee / Discontinued the course are strictly advised not to apply for the Examination. Candidates appearing for the Examination for the First time either in the First Year or Second Year or Third Year should register for all the Papers prescribed for the respective years. Applications received without prescribed examination fees will be rejected. Applications registered from Candidates for the current examination will not be used for the subsequent examinations and that the fees, if any, paid by the Candidate will not be carried over OR adjusted for any future examination OR any other purpose under any circumstances. Candidates can download their HALL TICKETS from the Website : www.ideunom.ac.in. manual HALL TICKET will not be issued. Practical Examination for the B.A. / B.Mus. / B.Sc. / B.B.M. / B.C.A. Degree Courses will be conducted at the end of Practical Classes each year, only at the P.C.P. Centre. No Candidate shall be allowed to write the Examinations without the Identity Card issued by the Director, IDE. NO OTHER IDENTITY CARD WILL BE ENTERTAINED FOR THE PURPOSE ON ANYACCOUNT. THe information with regard to examination Application, Time Table, Centre Notification and Model Question Papers are available through Website : www.ideunom.ac.in. Candidates are advised to download the Exam. Application, Time Table, Centre Notification from the Website. www.ideunom.ac.in. The Time Table, Centre Notification will not be sent to the Candidates by post to their residential addresses.

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COMPUTER CODING SHEET / f FpLjh


Course : UG Exam / siy nj Subject / ghl : ___________________

Month & Year of Exam nj khj & tUl 1. 2. 3.

May 201 Nov. 201 Name

Examination Centre Code / Name : nj ika FpL v / bga Enrolment Number: g v : Name of the (In English) Candidate: zgjhu bga (j) Date of Birth: Date (as per school records) Month Year 5. Sex : M/W. (Men M/Women bg) ghd

4.

6. 8.

20 ____ - 20 ____ Year of Admission :.................................................. Batch nrif ML Details of Fees Paid 1. Examination Fees (including cost of application and Statement of Marks) 2. * Provisional Certificate 3. * Convocation Degree Certificate TOTAL

7. MEDIUM : TAMIL / ENGLISH ghlbkh : j t / My t

Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.

* FINAL YEAR CANDIDATES APPEARING FIRST TIME SHOULD PAY COMPULSORILY

9.

Subjects for which the candidate is now appearing for the Examination : jbghGJ nj vGjs jhf FpL tu (Subject Code should alone be quoted in the columns)

FIRST YEAR : KjyhkhL SECOND YEAR : ulhkhL THIRD YEAR : _whkhL 10. Address yhr

PIN CODE :

Note : Candidates should fill all the columns in their own hand writing only.

Signature of the Candidate / khzt ifbahg

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ADDRESS SLIP / yhr iy

siy nj

U.G. DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY / NOVEMBER 20................


(FILL THE FOLLOWING PARTICULARS IN CAPITAL LETTERS) nj ika : Examination Centre : g v. Enrolment No. : bga Name : .......................................................................................... yhr Address : .......................................................................................... : .............................................. PIN ..................................... : Mobile No. ................................................................... siy nj

U.G. DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY / NOVEMBER 20................


(FILL THE FOLLOWING PARTICULARS IN CAPITAL LETTERS) nj ika : Examination Centre : g v. Enrolment No. : bga Name : .......................................................................................... yhr Address : .......................................................................................... : .............................................. PIN ..................................... : Mobile No. ................................................................... siy nj

U.G. DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY / NOVEMBER 20................


(FILL THE FOLLOWING PARTICULARS IN CAPITAL LETTERS) nj ika : Examination Centre : g v. Enrolment No. : bga Name : .......................................................................................... yhr Address : .......................................................................................... : .............................................. PIN ..................................... : Mobile No. ................................................................... siy nj

U.G. DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY / NOVEMBER 20................


(FILL THE FOLLOWING PARTICULARS IN CAPITAL LETTERS) nj ika : Examination Centre : g v. Enrolment No. : bga Name : .......................................................................................... yhr Address : .......................................................................................... : .............................................. PIN ..................................... : Mobile No. ...................................................................

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UNDER GRADUATE DEGREE EXAMINATIONS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES


1. Examination will be held in the following centres, Candidates may choose anyone of the following centres to appear for the Examinations. Each Examination Centre is given a Code Number. Enter the correct Code Number of the Centre legibly in the column provided thereto in the application. This institute reserves all rights to change any of the Examination Centre at its discretion. In such cases, Candidates will be intimated in advance.

CENTRE
Bangalore Mumbai Kolkata Coimbatore Cuddalore Delhi Dharmapuri Erode Hyderabad Kancheepuram Kumbakonam Madurai Puducherry

CODE
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13

CENTRE
Salem Thanjavur Thiruvannamalai Tiruchirappalli Tirunelveli Thiruvananthapuram Vaniyampadi Vellore Villupuram Chennai Port Blair Cochin Krishnagiri

CODE
15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

CENTRE
Arakkonam Chengalpattu Nellore Patna Vishkapattanam Vijayawada Tirupathi Ambur Trissur Mysore Gujarat Varanasi Guruvayoor

CODE
30 33 34 35 37 39 40 41 42 45 46 47 49

CENTRE
Kannur Malappuram Jammu Aligarh Calicut Guwahati Bahrain Dubai (UAE) Singapore Srilanka Doha (Qatar)

CODE
60 61 62 64 66 67 501 502 503 504 505

2. 3.

Candidates should specify the Medium in which they choose to write the Examination (i.e. in English or Tamil). Once the medium is opted they will not be permitted to change it later. The Fee prescribed for the examination are as follows :

Each Practical Paper : Rs. 120/Each Written Paper Rs. 60/Statement of Marks Rs. 25/Cost of Application Form Rs. 25/- To be remitted for each appearance along with Examination Fee * Provisional Certificate Rs.125/* Convocation Degree Certificate Rs.175/To be paid by final year candidates appearing for first time 4. Candidates who wish to appear for the Examination in the following centres located outside Tamil Nadu should pay an Additional Fee as noted, besides the above Examination Fee, Statement of Marks and Cost of Application.

Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, Cochin, Nellore, Trissur, Patna, Vishakapattanam, Vijayawada, Tirupathi, Gujarat, Calicut, Mysore, Guruvayoor, Kannur, Malappuram Delhi, Port Blair, Sikkim, Varanasi, Jammu, Aligarh
5.

Rs. 250/- for each appearance Rs. 300/- for each appearance

6. 7.

8. 9.

10. 11.

12. 13.

Payment of Fee is to be made either through enclosed challan in the designated bank branches or by means of an Account Payee Demand Draft, drawn from any one of the nationalized banks (payable in the city of Chennai) in favour of the Director, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, Chennai - 600 005. Write the name and place of the Bank, Demand Draft Number. Date of Payment and the amount, in the appropriate boxes provided in the application form, besides noting the total amount. He/She should keep a record of these particulars for his/her future reference. Candidates appearing for the first time either for first year or second year or third year should pay the fees for all the papers prescribed. Candidates will be permitted for paper-wise registration, for subsequent appearances. Candidates who are unable to appear for the Examination in any of the papers, may appear for such papers in the subsequent examinations as and when they are held. However, the examination fee once paid will not be refunded in any manner or adjusted for the subsequent examinations or for any other purposes under any circumstances. If he/she has been granted exemption from appearing for any paper/s he/she should give full particular/s of exemption in the column 10 and also enclose a xerox copy of the exemption order issued by the Director. IDE, in this regard. Filled in application is to be submitted to the Director, Institute of Distance Education, University of Madras, I.D.E. Building, Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005 by Registered Post with Acknowledgement Due together with the following, before the prescribed last date. (i) IDE Copy of Examination fee paid challan or Account Payee Demand Draft (ii) Address Slips (Neatly Written) (iii) Tuition fee paid challan (IDE Copy) The Examinations for academic year admission will be held during the months of May (Main examination) / November (Supplemental Examination) every year; for Calendar year admissions main examination will be held in November and supplemental examinations in May every year. The detailed Time-Table for the examinations and Examination Centres will be sent to the candidates individually by post. Those who are not in receipt of the same may refer to the notification that will be given in the leading News Papers both in Tamil and English before the commencement of the May/November examinations. The information with regard to examination Application, Time Table, Centre Notification and Model Question Papers are available through Website : www.ideunom.ac.in Candidate are advise to download the Exam. Application, Time Table, Centre Notification HALL TICKET from the Website : www.ideunom.ac.in. The Time Table, Centre Notification will not be sent to the Candidates address directly by post to their residential addresses.

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14. The Hall Ticket should be preserved safely by the Candidate until he/she completes the whole examination and should be shown to the invigilators along with his/her Identity Card on each and every session of the examination and till the receipt of statement of marks from the University. No Candidate will be allowed to write the examination without the Identity Card issued by the Director, IDE.No other Identity Card will be entertained for the purpose on any account. Candidates can apply well in advance for a Duplicate copy of the Hall-Ticket/ldentity Card in the event of loss in transit by remitting the prescribed fee of Rs.100/-before the commencement of the Examination. 15. Malpractice Cases : Candidates who were alleged of malpractice at the previous examinations shall be permitted to appear for the subsequent / current examinations at their own risk pending decision. 16. In case of any loss, candidates may apply for a Duplicate copy of the Statement of Marks by paying the prescribed fee (upto 5 years Rs.100/-; 5 to 10 years Rs.200/- and Rs. 250/- above 10 years per statement.) 17. Discrepancies found in the Statement of Marks issued by this office should be brought to the notice of the Additional Controller of Examination, IDE. within 15 days from the date of receipt of the same for necessary action. 18. Application for Retotalling of Marks should be submitted to the Institute within two weeks time from the date of publication of results by remitting the prescribed fee of Rs.200/-per paper. No application will be entertained after this time limit. 19. Application for Revaluation of Answer Script should be submitted to the Institute within 15 days from the date of publication of results. Candidates are permitted to apply for revaluation of answer papers irrespective of their appearance within the stipulated period of course. 20. Candidates who are eligible to apply for Revaluation of answer script should send his/her request mentioning the Subject code for which he/ she is seeking revaluation with Enrolment Number addressed to The Additional Controller of Examinations, IDE, University of Madras, Chepauk, Chennai - 600 005 21. (i) Those who want to apply for Revaluation have to pay Rs.750/- per paper. The Demand Draft for the above amount shall be drawn in favour of The Director, IDE, University of Madras, Chennai - 600 005 by mentioning Requisition for revaluation. The requisition together with fees for revaluation received after the due date and the fees paid by the ineligible candidates will not be entertained. The fees once paid for the purpose will not be refunded in any manner under any circumstances. 22. Candidates should not wait for the out-come of Re-Totalling/Revaluation of Marks for submitting their application for subsequent examination. 23. The Results of the Candidates who have arrears of Tuition Fee/Exam. Fee etc., will be withheld. Candidates who have tution fees due should contact the Director, I.D.E., and clear off the dues and No Fee Due Certificate should be obtained and produced to the Additional Controller of Examinations, IDE to get their Results. 24. The Old Regulations Candidates should write their examinations only in the existing revised syllabus under equivalent paper scheme, failing which their results will not be declared and no claim will be entertained thereon. 25. The Enrolment Number / Subject / Subject Code / Date of Examination should be written legibly by the candidates in the appropriate boxes provided in the Answer Books. The Enrolment Number should not be written in any of the inner pages of the Answer books on any account. Result will not be declared in case of any deficiency in filling up the columns provided thereto in the Answer scripts and they cannot put forth any claim over that at a later stage. 26. No incriminating materials should be carried inside the examination Hall. 27. Candidates are expected to be in their seats 10 minutes before the commencement of the examination. 28. If the admission fees is cancelled by the Director, I.D.E., they need not apply for the examination under any circumstances. Such candidates will be allowed to appear for the examination only on production of Re-admission intimation obtained from the Director, IDE. If they fail to do so examination taken by them will be cancelled. 29. Candidates who desire to change their examination centre on valid reasons should make their request one month before the commencement of I.D.E. Examinations on payment of prescribed fee of Rs.100/- (in the form of Demand Draft drawn infavour of The Director, I.D.E., University of Madras). 30. All queries regarding his/her examination (Marks Not Available cases ) have to be made within 15 days time from the date of publication of results as the office will preserve his/her answer scripts for a limited period only for the purpose. No queries will be entertained from the candidate after this period under any circumstances. 31. As per G.O.Blind Candidates are exempted from remitting the Examination Fee. Blind Candidates will be permitted on prior permission from the Additional Controller of Examinations, IDE to appoint a Scribe (other than the Subject holder) to write their Examinations. The prescribed remuneration for the scribe has to be borne only by the Blind candidates. 32. The Practical Examinations will be conducted only at the end of Practical Classes each year and only at the P.C.P.Centre for those who have earned the attendance and progress by completing the record note books. Candidates are instructed to contact the Director. I.D.E.for further details. On any account the practical Examinations will not be conducted during supplementary examinations. 33. ATTENDANCE : 1.B.C.A.Degree: Attendance for the Personal Contact Programme is compulsory. Candidates who have earned 80% attendance and progress alone will be permitted to appear for the Examination. 2. B.B.M.Degree : Attendance for the Personal Contact Programme for the Paper VII Computer Programming (MW2) is compulsory. Candidates who have earned 80% of attendance alone will be permitted to appear for the Practical Examination. 3. Attendance for the Practical Classes for B.A./B.Sc. (Geography and Psychology), B.Music is compulsory. 4. Candidates who fail to attend Personal Contact Programme / Practical Classes should attend the same in the subsequent batches on prior permission from the Director, IDE to earn necessary attendance to appear for the above examination. Examination application of candidate with shortage of Attendance will be cancelled. 34. Any discrepancy found in his/her computerised Hall Ticket with regard to Subject Code for which he/she was registered for the Examination or correction in the name, date of birth, etc. should be brought to the notice of the Additional Controller of Examination. IDE for further action. 35. Statement of Marks will be sent to the candidates by Registered Post/Speed Post to the address furnished in the examination application. Candidates should make necessary arrangements to get the same by giving necessary authorisation, in case if they are not available at that address during the time of delivery. 36. Xerox copy of Tution fee paid Challan / Details of D.D.shall be enclosed. 37. Final Year Candidates should pay compulsorily a sum of Rs. 300/- towards Provisional Certificate (Rs.125/-) and Convocation Degree Certificate (Rs.175/-) along with examination fee for third year (First time).

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elj;jg;ngWk; (jpwe;j epiy gy;fiyf;fofk; Kiw) mbg;gil EioTj;Nju;T (10Mk; tFg;Gf;F ,izahdJ) fUjg;gLk;. 11. khepyj; njhopw;fy;tp kw;Wk; gapw;rp ,af;ffj;jhy; (nrd;id) elj;jg;ngWk; %d;whz;L bg;sNkh gbg;Gfspy; Njh;T ngw;Nwhh;> (gj;jhk; tFg;G Njh;rr ; p ngw;w gpd;dh;). 12. [p.rp.,. (cah;epiy> Kjd;ikepiy) Fiwe;jJ %d;W ghlq;fspy; v epiyapYk;> Mq;fpyj;jpy; X my;yJ Jiz epiyapYk; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wpUj;jy;. 13. jkpof murpd; njhopy; fy;tp gapw;rp ,af;ffj;jhy; elj;jg;gLk; %d;whz;L tzpftpay; (m) gapw;rpg; gl;laj; Njh;tpNyh my;yJ ,izahd Njh;tpNyh Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fs; ,uz;lhk; Mz;L gp.fhk; gl;lg; gbg;gpy; Nrh;tjw;Fj; jFjp ngw;wth;fs;> ,th;fSf;F Kjyhk; Mz;Lj; Njh;TfspypUe;J tpyf;F mspf;fg;gLk;. Mdhy; mth;fs; nkhopg; ghlk; kw;Wk; Mq;fpyk; gapd;W ,Uf;f Ntz;Lk;. ,y;iynadpy; mtu;fs; nkhopg;ghlk; kw;Wk; Mq;fpyk; ,uz;lhk; Mz;L tzpftpay; gl;lg;gbg;gpy; gbf;f Ntz;Lk;. ,J 2005-06Mk; Mz;bypUe;J eilKiwf;F tUfpwJ. Mdhy; tFg;Gg; ghFghL toq;fg;glkhl;lhJ. 14. jkpof muR njhopy;fy;tp kw;Wk; gapw;rp ,af;ffj;jhy; elj;jg;gLk; %d;whz;L fzpdp ,ay;-nghwpapay;> kpd;dpay;> kpd;mZ ,ay; gl;lag;gbg;Gfs;> kpd;mZ ,ay; - jfty; nghwpapay; gl;lag;gbg;G gbg;G my;yJ ,tw;wpwF ; ,izahd Njh;Tfspy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fs; ,uz;lhkhz;L gp.rp.V. gl;lg;gbg;gpy; Nruyhk;. Mdhy; mth;fs; nkhopg; ghlk; kw;Wk; Mq;fpyk; gapd;W ,Uf;f Ntz;Lk;. ,y;iynadpy; mtu;fs; nkhopg;ghlk; kw;Wk; Mq;fpyk; ,uz;lhk; Mz;L gp.rp.V. gl;lg;gbg;gpy; gbf;f Ntz;Lk;. ,th;fSf;F Kjyhkhz;L Njh;TfspypUe;J tpyf;F mspf;fg;gLk;. Mdhy; tFg;Gg; ghFghL toq;fg;glkhl;lhJ. ,J 2005-06Mk; Mz;bypUe;J eilKiwf;F tUfpwJ. 15. fy;tp ,Wjpj; Njh;T Kbj;jgpd;> nrd;idg;gy;fiyf;fofj;jhy; mq;ff P hpf;fg;gl;l %d;whz;L ,ir gl;lag;gbg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fs; ,uz;lhkhz;L gp.kpA+rpf; (,irf; fiykzp) Nruyhk;. ,th;fs; Kjyhkhz;L gp.kpA+rpf; (,irf; fiykzp) midj;Jj; jhs;fspYk; Njh;rr ; p ngWjy; Ntz;Lk;. gp.kpA+rpf; (,irf; fiykzp) gl;lk; ngWtjw;F ,J xU epge;jid MFk;. 16. ,e;epWtdj;jpy; ,sepiy gl;lg;gbg;gpy; Nrh;eJ ; Kjyhz;L kw;Wk; ,uz;lhkhz;L gbj;J Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fs; my;yJ ,ilapy; epd;WNghdth;fs;@ nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofk;> nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj;jhy; mq;fPfhpf;fg; ngw;w ,izg;Gf; fy;Y}hpfs;> jd;dhl;rp fy;Y}hpfs;> kw;Wk; gy;fiyf;fof khdpaf;FO> ,e;jpag; gy;fiyf;fofq;fspd; $l;likg;ghy; mq;fPfhpf;fg;gl;l gy;fiyf;fofq;fisr; rhh;e;j fy;Y}hpfspy; gapd;W> gbg;igj; njhluKbahky; ghjpapy; tpl;lth;fs;> ,uz;lhk;/%d;whk; Mz;by; Nrh;eJ ; gbf;fyhk;.

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1. nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj;jpy; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpd; midj;Jg; gbg;Gj; jpl;lq;fspYk; ,e;jpah kw;Wk; may;ehLfspy; tho;gtHfs; NrHj;Jf; nfhs;sg;gLthHfs;. NrHf;if Fwpj;J vtUk; cupik nfhz;lhl ,ayhJ. NrHj;Jf;nfhs;Sk; cupikNah> kWf;Fk; cupikNah epWtdj;jpw;F cz;L. 2. epiwT nra;ag;gl;l tpz;zg;gj;Jld; Njitahd cz;ikr; rhd;wpjo;fs;> Mtzq;fs; Mfpatw;Wld; gjpTf;fl;lzkhf &.100/-I ,e;jpad; tq;fp my;yJ ,e;jpad; XtHrp]; tq;fpapy; nrYj;jg;gl;l gw;Wr;rl P L ; my;yJ ,af;FeH> njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdk;> nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofk; vd;Dk; ngaupy;> nrd;idapy; khw;wj;jf;f tifapy; vLf;fg;gl;l tiuNthiy ,izf;fg;gl;bUf;f Ntz;Lk;. ,t;tpz;zg;gj;ijj; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpd; xw;iwr; rhsu NrHf;if ikak; my;yJ cldbr; NrHf;if ikak; my;yJ gbg;G ikak; Mfpatw;wpy; Neupy; nfhLj;Jr; NrHf;ifiag; ngwyhk;. 3. tpzz ; g;gjhuH gpdt ; Uk; gbtq;fisg; gpupjn ; jLj;J epiwT nra;aNtz;Lk;. mit> 1.tpzz ; g;gg; gbtk;> 2.fzpdp gFg;Gj; jhs;> 3.Kftupr;rl P L ; 4. (i) tpz;zg;gj;ij epiwT nra;Ak; Kd; jfty; Vl;ilf; ftdkhfg; gbf;fTk;. (ii) gbg;G fhyk; KbAk; tiu jfty; Vl;ilAk; mjDld; ,izf;fg;gl;Ls;s NjHT tpz;zg;gg; gbtk; kw;Wk; gzk; nrYj;Jtjw;fhd tq;fpg;gbtk; Mfpatw;iwg; ghJfhf;fTk;.
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ngWk;. ,d;wpaikahj jiyg;Gfspy; tpupTiufs; jUtJk; khztHfspd; Iaq;fisg; Nghf;FtJk; ,j;jifa tFg;Gfspd; Nehf;fkhFk;. ,t;tFg;Gfs; eilngWk; ,lq;fs; Kf;fpa ehspjo;fs; kw;Wk; ,izajsj;jpd; top mwptpf;fg; ngWk;. fl;lhag; gapw;rp> nra;Kiwg; gapw;rp tFg;Gfs; cs;s khztHfSf;F mtw;wpw;Fupa ,lq;fSk; NjHTfSk; fbjk; topj; jdpahf mwptpf;fg;gLk;. 25. Kftupr; rPl;L NrHf;if tpz;zg;gj;Jld; ,izf;fg;gl;Ls;s Kftupr; rPlb ; y; khztHfs; jq;fSila Kftupia MW ,lq;fspy; vOj Ntz;Lk;. ,it> NrHf;if mwptpg;G> ghlj; njhFg;Gfs; Nghd;wit mDg;gg; gad;gLj;jg; ngWk;. 26. Kftup khw;wk; NrHf;if tpz;zg;gj;jpy; Fwpg;gplg; gl;Ls;s Kftupf;Fg; ghlj; njhFg;GfSk; gpw mwptpg;G kly;fSk; mDg;gg; ngWk;. vdNt> Kftupapy; khWjy; ,Ug;gpd; cldbahfr; NrHf;ifg; gjpT vz;Zld; Fwpg;gpl;L epWtdk; kw;Wk; gapw;rp ikaj;jpw;Fj; njuptpf;f Ntz;Lk;. 27. milahs ml;il Kjyhz;L fy;tpf; fl;lzk; nrYj;jpagpd; xt;nthU khztUf;Fk; milahd ml;il toq;fg;gLk;. mjid> khztHfs; jq;fs; gbg;G fhyk; KbAk; tiu my;yJ gbg;ig epWj;Jk; tiu ghJfhg;Gld; itj;Jf; nfhs;s Ntz;Lk;. NjHTf;Fupa mDkjpr; rPli ; lg; ngWtjw;Fk; NjHT vOJk;NghJk; milahs ml;il mtrpak; vd;gijf; ftdj;jpy; nfhs;s Ntz;Lk;. gbg;G fhyk; Kbe;j gpd;dUk; NjHTj; jhs;fis epYitapy; itj;jpUg;gtHfs; milahs ml;iliaj; njhlHe;J gad;gLj;jpf; nfhs;syhk;. milahs ml;il njhiye;J tpl;lhy;> khw;W milahs ml;ilia> ,af;FeH> njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdk;> nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofk;> nrd;id - 600005 vd;w
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Kftupf;F tpz;zg;gpj;Jg; ngw;Wf;nfhs;syhk;. me;j tpz;zg;gj;Jld; cupa tq;fpapy; cupa gbtk; %yk; &.100/- nrYj;jp> mf;fl;lzg; gw;Wr; rPli ; lAk;> khHgsT Gifg;glj;ijAk; tpz;zg;gj;Jld; ,izj;J mDg;Gjy; Ntz;Lk;. 28. NrHf;ifg; gjpT vz; khztHfs; epWtdj;jpy; NrHf;fg;gl;lTld; NrHf;ifg; gjpT vz; mspf;fg;gLk;. gbg;G fhyk; KbAk; tiu> me;j vz; mtHfSf;Fg; nghUe;Jk;. epWtdj;Jld; njhlHG nfhs;Sk; NghJ xt;nthU fbjq;fspYk; gjpT vz;izf; fl;lhak; Fwpg;gpl Ntz;Lk;. NrHf;ifg; gjpT vz; ,y;yhj ve;jf; fbjKk; ftdpf;fg;glkhl;lhJ. NrHf;ifg; gjpT vz; gd;dpuz;L ,yf;fk; cilajhf ,Uf;Fk;. Kjy; ,uz;L ,yf;fk; ghlg;gpuptpy; NrUk; Mz;bidf; Fwpf;Fk;. %d;W> ehd;F> Ie;jhtJ ,yf;fk; NrHf;if ikaj;ijf; Fwpf;Fk;. MW> VO> vl;lhtJ ,yf;fq;fs; ghlg;gpupitf; Fwpf;Fk;. ,Wjpahf cs;s ehd;F ,yf;fq;fs; NrHf;if vz;zhFk;. 29. cjtpj; njhif ,e;epWtdj;jpy; gapYk; MjpjpuhtplH kw;Wk; kiytho; ,dj;jtH (SC/ST) jhq;fs; nrYj;jpa midj;Jf; fl;lzq;fisAk; <l;Lj; njhifahfg; (Reimbursement) ngWtjw;Fj; jFjpAilatHfs;. NkYk;> Njitahd ghl E}y;fis thq;Ftjw;Fk; Mz;Lr; rYifahf &. 500/- ngwyhk;. cjtpj; njhif ngWtjw;fhd tpz;zg;gj;ijAk; kw;Wk; mJnjhlHghd tptuq;fisAk; epWtdj;jpd; MjpjpuhtplH kw;Wk; kiythOeH rpwg;Gg; gpuptpypUe;J (SC/ ST Special Cell) ngw;Wf; nfhs;syhk;. epWtdj;jpy; NrUk; khw;Wj; jpwdhspfs; jpUk;gg; ngwtpayhj (Non - Refundable) fl;lzq;fisj; jtpu> nryT nra;j gpw fl;lzq;fis <l;Lj; njhifahfg; (Reimbursement) ngwyhk;. mjw;fhd tpz;zg;gj;ijAk; cupa tptuq;fisAk; mtutH rhHe;Js;s khtl;l khw;Wj; jpwdhsHfs; kWtho;T eyj;Jiw mYtyuplkpUe;J ngw;Wf; nfhs;syhk;.

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30. fl;lzr; rYif nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpy; gapYk; khztHfSf;Ff; fPot ; Uk; fl;lzr; rYiffs; toq;fg;gLfpd;wd. 1. khw;Wj; jpwdhspfs; / ifjpfSf;Fupa fl;lzr; rYiffs; m. Njrpa mstpshd milahs ml;iliag; ngw;Ws;s 40 tpOf;fhL CdKs;s khw;Wj; jpwdhspfSf;Ff; fy;tpf; fl;lzk; kw;Wk; rpwg;Gf; fl;lzk; KOtpyf;F mspf;fg;gLk;. M . jkpo;ehl;Lf; ifjpfs; jilapd;ikr; rhd;wpjio cupa mjpfhupaplkpUe;J ngw;W tpz;zg;gj;Jld; ,izj;jpUe;jhy; fy;tpf; fl;lzj;jpy; KO tpyf;F mspf;fg;gLk;. 2. gl;lag; gbg;G / rhd;wpjo; gapYNthUf;F Nkw;Fwpf;fg;ngw;w rYiffSld; gpd; t UtdTk; nghUe; J k; . njhiyJ}uf; fy;tpapy; ,sepiy kw;Wk; KJepiy gl;lg; gbg;Gld; VNjDk; xU rhd;wpjo; gbg;Gg; gapd;why; KOf;fy;tpf; fl;lzr; rYifapidg; ngwyhk; (gpnuQ;R> n[Hkd;> rk];fpUjk; ePqf ; yhf). 31. NjHTj; jhs; epYit itj;jpUg;gtHfs; rpy khztHfs; gbg;G fhyk; Kbe;j gpwFk; rpy NjHTfis vOj Ntz;b ,Uf;fyhk;. mj;jifatHfs;> jhq;fNs epWtdj;jpd; ,af;FeUf;Fr; RaKftup vOjpa mQ;ry; ciwAld; tpz;zg;gpj;J> ghlj;jpl;l khWjy;> nra;Kiwg; gapw;rp tFg;Gfs;> nra;Kiwj; NjHTfs;> NjHT tpz;zg;gk; kw;Wk; Njitahd nra;jpfisg; ngw;Wf; nfhs;s Ntz;Lk;. NeHKfj; njhlHG tFg;G ikaj;jpYk;> Neubr; NrHf;if ikaj;jpYk; Nkw;fz;l tptuq;fisg; ngwyhk;. epWtdj;NjhL njhlHG nfhs;Sk; xt;nthU KiwAk; NrHf;ifg; gjpT vz;izf; fz;bg;ghff; Fwpg;gpl Ntz;Lk;.
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32. jw;fhypfg; gl;lr; rhd;wpjo; NjHT KbTfs; ntspahdTld;> jFjpahd xt;nthUtUf;Fk; jw;fhypfr; rhd;wpjo; (Provisional) mQ;ry; topahf mDg;gp itf;fg;gLk;. jw;fhypfr; rhd;wpjo; kw;Wk; gl;lk; (Degree) ngWtjw;F ,Wjpahz;L NjHT tpz;zg;gf; fl;lzj;Jld; &.300/- $Ljyhfr; nrYj;j Ntz;Lk;. jw;fhypfr; rhd;wpjo; kw;Wk; gl;lk;/gl;lak; ngWtjw;fhd cupa tpz;zg;gk; epWtdj;jpYk; NeHKfj; njhlHG tFg;G ikaj;jpYk;> Neub mDkjpr; NrHf;if ikaj;jpYk; ngw;Wf; nfhs;syhk;. ,izaj;jsj;jpYk; gjptpwf;fk; nra;J vLj;Jf; nfhs;syhk; (www.ideunom.ac.in). 33. jftNyl;by; Fwpg;gplg;gl;Ls;s gbg;Gfspy; VNjDk; rpy gl;lg; gpupTfis epHthff; fhuzq;fSf;fhf ePff ; Nth my;yJ epWj;jp itf;fNth gy;fiyf;fofj;jpw;F cupik cz;L. 34. nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj;jpd; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpd; ,iza jsj;ijj; jaT nra; J mt; t g; N ghJ ghHj; J GJg; g pf; f g; g l; L s; s khw; w q; f isAk; / jpUj;jq;fisAk; mwpe;J nfhs;sTk;. 35. ,e;epWtdj;jpy; gbf;Fk; ve;j xU khztUf;Fk; ,e;epWtdj;jpypUe;J elj;ij rhd;wpjo; toq;fg;glkhl;lhJ. 36. khzth;fs; jq;fs; gjpTg; ngw;w ifNgrp vz;iz mDkjp tpz;zg;gk; / Njh;T tpz;zg;gj;jpy; epug;g Ntz;Lk;. ,jd; %yk; vq;fSf;F Njitahd tptuq;fis mwptjw;F vspjhf ,Uf;Fk;. ,J jq;fSf;F kjpg;G tha;ej ; Nritahf ,Uf;Fk;.

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khztH NrHf;if ikaq;fs;


(i) xw;iwr; rhsu Kiwapy; NrHf;if (njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtd tshfk;> nrd;id)
nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;ffofj;jpd; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp Kiwapapy; gapYk; khztHfspd; NrHf;ifia vspjhf;Fk; tifapy; xw;iwr; rhsu NrHf;if ikak; epWtdj;jpd; tshfj;jpy; njhlq;fg; ngw;Ws;sJ. ,k;ikak; kpfTk; tpupeJ ; gue;j ,ltrjpiaf; nfhz;L mikf;fg;gl;Ls;sJ. epWtdj;jpw;F te;J NrHf;if ngwtpUk;Gk; khztHfs;> ,e;j xw;iwr; rhsu NrHf;if Kiw Nritiag; gad;gLj;jpf; nfhs;syhk;. ,k;Kiwapy; NrHf;if ngWgtHfs; gpdt ; Uk; tpjpKiwfisg; gpd;gw;w Ntz;Lk;. 1. 2. tpz;zg;gjhuH fl;lzk; nrYj;jp cupa tpz;zg;gj;ijAk; jftNyl;ilAk; ngwNtz;Lk;. gjpTf;fl;lzj;ij mjidr; nrYj;Jtjw;F vd;W xJf;fg;gl;Ls;s rhsuj;jpy; (Counter) nrYj;j Ntz;Lk;. 3. tpz;zg;gj;ij epiwT nra;J mjidg; ngWkplj;jpy; nfhLj;Jtpl;L tupir vz;izg; ngw;Wf;nfhz;L jq;fsJ Kiw tUk;tiu fhj;jpUf;f Ntz;Lk;. 4. ,sepiy NrHf;if ngw tpUk;Gk; tpz;zg;gjhuH jq;fsJ jw;fhypfj; jFjpr;rhd;W my;yJ gl;lar; rhd;W kw;Wk; ,Wjpahfg; gbj;j epWtdj;jpypUe;J ngwg;gl;l khw;Wr; rhd;wpjo; Mfpatw;Wld; gs;sp ,Wjp tFg;G kw;Wk; Nkepiy tFg;G NjHr;rp ngw;wjw;fhd %yr; rhd;wpjo;fisAk; ,izj;Jg; gzpf;f Ntz;Lk;. 5. tpz;zg;gKk; rhd;wpjo;fSk; gpd;tUk; tifapy; xOq;F gLj;jg;gl;bUf;f Ntz;Lk;. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) gjpTf; fl;lzk; nrYj;jpajw;fhd gw;Wr;rl P L ; epiwT nra;ag;gl;l tpz;zg;gk; kw;Wk; epiwT nra;ag;gl;l Kftupr;rl P L ; rhd;wpjo;fspd; efy;fs; epiwT nra;ag;gl;l FwpaPlL ; j;jhs;

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(v)

jkpo; kw;Wk; Mq;fpyk; my;yhj gpw nkhopfspy; ,Uf;Fk; rhd;wpjo;fs;> Mq;fpyj;jpy; nkhopngaHf;fg;gl;L murpjo; gjpT ngw;w mYtyuhy; cWjpr;rhd;nwhg;gk; nra;ag;ngw;w rhd;wpjo;fs;

6.

tpz;zg;gjhuH gzpf;Fk; efy; rhd;wpjo;fs; cz;ik rhd;wpjo;fSld; xg;gpl;Lg; ghHf;fg;gl;L> mit jpUk;g toq;fg;gLk;. mj;Jld; jw;fhypf mDkjpr; NrHf;if fbjKk; nfhLf;fg;gLk;.

7.

tpz;zg;gjhuH jw;fhypf mDkjpr; NrHf;if fbjj;ijg; ngw;w gpd; xw;iwr; rhsu ikaj;jpy; mike;Js;s ,e;jpad; XtHrp]; tq;fpapNyh my;yJ gy;fiyf;fof tshfj;jpy; mike;Js;s ,e;jpad; tq;fpapNyh cupa fy;tpf; fl;lzj;ijr; nrYj;j Ntz;Lk;. mjd;gpwF khztHfs; jq;fsJ ghlE}y;fisAk; milahs ml;iliaAk; xw;iwr; rhsu ikaj;jpNyNa ngw;Wf;nfhs;syhk;.

8.

xw;iwr; rhsu ikak; jkpo;ehL murpd; tpLKiw ehs;fs; jtpu> rdp QhapW cl;gl vy;yh ehs;fspYk; ,aq;Fk;. thu ehs;fspy; fhiy 10 Kjy; khiy 5 kzp tiuapYk; rdp QhapW ehs;fspy; fhiy 10 kzp Kjy; khiy 4 kzp tiuapYk; nray;gLk;.

9.

njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpy; xw;iwr; rhsu Kiw (Single window Admission at Chennai) kw;Wk; jkpo; ehl;bw;Fs; cldbr; NrHf;if ikak; (Spot Admission Centers in Tamil Nadu) Mfpatw;wpy; NrHf;ifngWk; khztHfSf;Fj; njhlHG tFg;Gfs; gy;fiyf;fofj;jhy; gy;NtW ikaq;fspy; elj;jg;ngWk; (ghHf;f gf;fk; 58 - 59).

(ii) cldbr; NrHf;if ikaq;fs; (jkpo; e hL)


1. nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofk; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp thapyhfg; gapYk; khztHfspd; trjpf;fhf jkpoe ; hl;bd; gy ,lq;fspy; cldbr; NrHf;if ikaq;fis cUthf;fg;gl;Ls;sd (jftNyl;by; cs;s gl;baiyg; ghHf;fTk;. gf;fk;. 60). NrHf;if ngw tpUk;Gk; khztHfs; gpd;tUk; Kiwiag; gpd;gw;wTk;.

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2.

khztHfs; jftNyl;Lld; $ba tpz;zg;gj;ij cupa fl;lzk; nrYj;jp cldbr; NrHf;if ikaq;fspy; ngwyhk;.

3.

jFjpAila khztHfs; epiwT nra;ag;gl;l tpz;zg;gj;Jld; gjpTf;fl;lzk; kw;Wk; Njitahd rhd;wpjo;fs; / Mtzq;fs; Mfpatw;iw ,izj;Jg; gzpf;f Ntz;Lk;. (ghHf;f gf;fk 6-8)

4.

cldbr; NrHf;if ikaj;jpy; jFjpAila khztHfSf;Fr; NrHf;ifAk;> NrHf;if vz;Zk; toq;fg;gLk;.

5.

khztHfs; jq;fs; gl;lg; gbg;gpw;Fupa NrHf;if vz;izg; ngw;wTld; cupa fy;tpf; fl;lzj;ijr; nrYj;jp> cupa ghlE}y;fisg; ngw;Wf; nfhs;syhk; (jaTnra;J fl;lz tptuq;fis mwpa gf;fk; 52-55 ghHf;fTk;).

6.

khztHfspd; jFjp Vw;G cWjp nra;ag;gl;lTld; milahs ml;il nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpypUe;J Neubahf khztHfSf;F mDg;gp itf;fg;ngWk;.

7.

khztHfs; ,uz;lhkhz;L fl;lzj;ij epWtdk; tiuaWj;Js;s tq;fpfspy; nrYj;jp> khztHfSf;Fupa gw;Wr; rPlb ; id> cldbr; NrHf;if ikaq;fspy; fhz;gpj;J ,uz;lhk; Mz;bw;Fupa ghl E}y;fis ngw;Wf; nfhs;syhk;.

8.

njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpy; xw;iwr; rhsu Kiw (Single window Admission at Chennai) kw;Wk; jkpo; ehl;bw;Fs; cldbr; NrHf;if ikak; (Spot Admission Centers in Tamil Nadu) Mfpatw;wpy; NrHf;ifngWk; khztHfSf;Fj; njhlHG tFg;Gfs; gy;fiyf;fofj;jhy; gy;NtW ikaq;fspy; elj;jg;ngWk; (ghHf;f gf;fk 57 - 59).

(iii) gbg;G ikaq;fspy; NrHf;if (jkpo;ehL / gpw khepyq;fs; / may;ehLfs;)


1. nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj;jpd; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tpapy; gapy tpUk;Gk; khztHfs; vspjhfr; NrHf;if ngWtjw;fhfj; jkpo;ehL> gpw khepyq;fs; kw;Wk; may;ehLfspy; gbg;G ikaq;fs; cUthf;fg;gl;Ls;sd. (ghHf;f gf;fk 60 - 68)
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2.

khztHfs; jftNyl;Lld; $ba tpz;zg;gj;ij cupa fl;lzk; nrYj;jp midj;Jg; gbg;G ikaq;fspYk; ngw;Wf;nfhs;syhk;.

3.

tpz;zg;gjhuH> epiwT nra;ag;gl;l tpz;zg;gj;Jld; gjpTf; fl;lzk; kw;Wk; Njitahd rhd;wpjo; / Mtzq;fis ,izj;Jg; gbg;G ikaj;jpy; gzpf;f Ntz;Lk; (jFjp mwptjw;Fk; ,izf;f Ntz;ba rhd;wpjo;fisj; njupe;J nfhs;tjw;Fk; fhz;f. gf;fk; 6-8).

4.

epiwT nra;ag;gl;l tpzz ; g;gq;fs; cupa gjpTf; fl;lzj;Jld;> jFjp Vw;gpidr; rupghHf;fTk; Nky;eltbf;iffSf;fhfTk; nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj;jpd; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpwF ; > gbg;G ikaq;fspypUe;J mDg;gp itf;fg;gLk;.

5.

njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpy; NrHe;J gbg;gjw;Fj; jFjpAila khztHfSf;Fj; jw;fhypfr; NrHf;iff; fbjk;> NrHf;if vz;Zld; xJf;fg;gl;L cupa NrHf;if ikaj;jpw;F epWtdj;jhy; mDg;gp itf;fg;ngWk;.

6.

m)

NrHf;if vz;Zld; $ba jw;fhypf mDkjpr; NrHf;if mwptpg;igg; gbg;G ikak; topahfg; ngw;Wf;nfhz;L> cupa fl;lzj;ij ,af;FeH> njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdk;> nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofk; vd;Dk; ngaUf;Fr; nrd;idapy; khw;wj;jf;f tifapy; tiuNthiyahfNth my;yJ tiuaWf;fg;gl;l tq;fpfspy; nrYj;jpa fl;lzg; gw;Wr; rPlb ; idNah gbg;G ikaj;jpy; mspf;f Ntz;Lk; (jaTnra;J fl;lz tptuq;fis mwptjw;Ff; fhz;f> gf;fk 52 - 55).

M)

may;ehl;L khztHfs; NrHf;if vz;Zld; $ba jw;fhypf mDkjpr; NrHf;if mwptpg;igg; gbg;G ikak; topahfg; ngw;Wf;nfhz;L> cupa fl;lzj;ij ,uz;L tiuNthiyahf xd;W> ,af;FeH> njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdk;> nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofk; vd;Dk; ngaUf;Fr; nrd;idapy; khw;wj;jf;f tifapYk; kw;nwhU tiuNahiyia xUq;fpidg;ghsh; chpa gbg;G ikak;; vLj;J> mtw;iw gbg;G ikaj;jpy; mspf;f Ntz;Lk; (jaTnra;J fl;lz tptuq;fis mwptjw;Ff; fhz;f> gf;fk; 56).

7.

khztHfs; mspf;Fk; tiuNthiy / tq;fpg; gw;Wr;rl P b ; idg; gbg;G ikaq;fspypUe;J> nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj;jpd; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdk; ngw;w gpwF khztHfSf;F milahs ml;il kw;Wk; ghlE}y;fs; cupa gbg;G ikaq;fSf;F mDg;gp itf;fg;ngWk;.
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8.

khztHfs; jq;fSf;Fupa milahs ml;il kw;Wk; ghl E}y;fis cupa gbg;G ikaq;fspypUe;J ngw;Wf;nfhs;syhk;.

9.

may;khepyq;fspy; ,Ue;J mQ;ry; topahfg; ngwg;gLk; tpz;zg;gq;fs;> cldbahf tpz;zg;gjhuH rhHe;Js;s khepyj;jpd; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp gbg;G ikaj;Jld; ,izf;fg;gLk;.

10.

may;khepyq;fspy; ,Ue;J mQ;ry; topahf Neubahf epWtdj;jpw;F te;J NrUk; tpz;zg;gq;fs;> tpz;zg;gjhuH rhHe;Js;s khepyj;jpy; ,e;epWtdj;jpd; gbg;G ikak; ,y;iynadpy;> mUfpy; mikag;ngw;Ws;s khepyj;jpd; ,e;epWtd gbg;G ikaj;Jld; ,izf;fg;gLk;. mk;khztHfs; ,e;epWtdk; toq;Fk; gl;lg; gbg;Gfis mg;gbg;G ikaq;fs; topahfNt ngwNtz;Lk;.

11.

gy;fiyf;fofj;jhy; mq;ff P upf;fg;gl;l gbg;G ikaq;fspy; (Study Centers} (jkpo;ehL / gpw khepyq;fs; / ntspehLfs;) NrHf;if ngWk; khztHfSf;F me;je;j ikaq;fspd; Vw;ghl;by; njhlHG tFg;Gfs; (PCP) elj;jg;ngWk; (ghHf;f. gf;fk; 57-59).

(iv) gq;Nfw;G ikaq;fspy; NrHf;if (fw;wy; tshf ikaq;fs;)


1. nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj;jpd; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp toq;Fk; gbg;Gfis thu ,Wjp ehs;fspy; ngw tpUk;Gk; khztHfs; gq;Nfw;G ikaq;fspy; NrHf;if ngwyhk; (gq;Nfw;G epWtdk; kw;Wk; ,izak; top gq;Nfw;G epWtdq;fspd; gl;bay;fisf; fhz;f> gf;fk; 67 - 68). 2. khztHfs; jftNyl;Lld; $ba tpz;zg;gj;jpid cupa fl;lzk; nrYj;jpg; gq;Nfw;G ikaq;fspy; ngwyhk;. 3. NrHf;if ngw tpUk;Gk; khztHfs;> epiwT nra;ag;gl;l tpz;zg;gj;Jld; gjpTf; fl;lzk; kw;Wk; Njitahd rhd;wpjo; / Mtzq;fis ,izj;Jg; gq;Nfw;G ikaj;jpy; gzpf;f Ntz;Lk; (jFjp mwptjw;Fk; ,izf;f Ntz;ba rhd;wpjo;fisj; njupe;J nfhs;tjw;Fk; fhz;f. gf;fk; 6 - 8).
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4.

epiwT nra;ag;gl;l tpzz ; g;gq;fs; cupa gjpTf; fl;lzj;Jld;> jFjp Vw;gpidr; rupghHf;fTk; Nky;eltbf;iffSf;fhfTk; nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj;jpd; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpwF ; > gq;Nfw;G ikaq;fspypUe;J mDg;gp itf;fg;gLk;.

5.

njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdj;jpy; NrHe;J gbg;gjw;Fj; jFjpAila khztHfSf;Fj; jw;fhypfr; NrHf;iff; fbjk; kw;Wk; NrHf;if vz; toq;fg;gl;L cupa gq;Nfw;G ikaj;jpw;F epWtdj;jhy; mDg;gp itf;fg;ngWk;.

6.

m) NrHf;if vz;Zld; $ba jw;fhypf mDkjpr; NrHf;if mwptpg;igg; gq;Nfw;G ikak; topahfg; ngw;Wf;nfhz;L> cupa fl;lzj;ij ,af;FeH> njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdk;> nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofk; vd;Dk; ngaUf;Fr; nrd;idapy; khw;wj;jf;f tifapy; tiuNthiyahfNth my;yJ tiuaWf;fg;gl;l tq;fpfspy; nrYj;jpa fl;lzg; gw;Wr; rPlb ; idNah gq;Nfw;G ikaj;jpy; mspf;f Ntz;Lk; (jaTnra;J fl;lz tptuq;fis mwptjw;Ff; fhz;f> gf;fk; 52 - 54).

7.

khztHfs; mspf;Fk; tiuNthiy / tq;fpg; gw;Wr;rl P L ; gq;Nfw;G ikaq;fspypUe;J> nrd;idg; gy;fiyf;fofj;jpd; njhiyJ}uf; fy;tp epWtdk; ngw;wgpwF khztHfSf;F milahs ml;il kw;Wk; ghlE}y;fs; cupa gq;Nfw;G ikaq;fSf;F mDg;gp itf;fg;ngWk;.

8.

khztHfs; jq;fSf;Fupa milahs ml;il kw;Wk; ghl E}y;fis cupa gq;Nfw;G ikaq;fspypUe;J ngw;Wf;nfhs;syhk;.

9.

gy;fiyf;fofj;jhy; mq;ff P upf;fg;gl;l gq;Nfw;G ikaq;fspy; NrHf;if ngWk; khztHfSf;F me;je;j ikaq;fspd; Vw;ghl;by; njhlHG tFg;Gfs; elj;jg;ngWk;.

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4. _whL gl tF gy ntoa ghlf


gp.V.> gp.v];rp.> gp.ehl;.> gp.kpA+rpf;.> gp.fhk;.> gp.gp.V.> gp.rp.V.
gp.V.> gp.kpA+rpf;.> gp.v];rp.> gp.ehl;.> gp.fhk;. (epWkr; nrayhz;ik); gl;lg;gbg;GfSf;fhd ghlq;fs; fPof ; f ; z;ltw;iwg; ngw;wpUf;Fk;. 1. 2. 3. mbj;jsg; gbg;Gfs; rpwg;G> rhh;G ghlq;fs; gad;ghL njhlh;ghd ghlq;fs;

mbj;jsg; gbg;Gfs; (gphpT I & II)


- I j myJ jGF khW go myJ fl jfhy a bkhf xW myJ maehL bkhf myJ bjh bkhf myJ bjhla My tW xiw njbjLJ bfhsyh. gphpT- II Mq;fpyk; fl;lhakhdjhFk;. mbj;jsg;gbg;G mt;tg;NghJ gy;fiyf;fofk; ghpe;Jiuf;Fk; ghlj;jpl;lk;> ghlE}y;fs; ,tw;wpw;Nfw;g mikAk;.

jkpOf; F khw; W nkhopg; g hlq; f s;


1) jw;fhy ,e;jpa nkhopfs; 2) may; nkhop 3) njhd; nkhopfs; 4) njhlh;gpay; Mq;fpyk; Fwpg;G : 1) Nkw;fz;l nkhopfSf;Fg; ghlE}y;fs; kl;Lk; toq;fg;gLk;. Neh;Kfj; njhlh;G tFg;GfSk; elj;jg;glkhl;lh. ,Ug;gpDk;> kpFjpahd khzth;fs; Nrh;ej ; hy; Neh;Kfj; njhlh;G tFg;GfSk; Vw;ghL nra;ag;ngWk;. 2) .V. / .v. / gp.ehl;.> / .fh. (Wkbrayhik) - nrU khztf Kjyh Mo - I, j jh I myJ 1, 2, 3, 4 - fl khW bkh ghlf jh - I, - II My jh - I, ulh Mo - I j jh - II myJ 1, 2, 3, 4 - fl - II My jh - II Matiw gy ntL. 3) . / ..V. / .fh. (tfa) / .fh. (nkyhik) / .fh. f gaghL / ..V. / ..V. - nrU khztf Kjyh Mo jh - I j myJ khW bkh ghl, jh - II My gy ntL. : njYq;F> fd;dlk;> kiyahsk;> cUJ> ,e;jp. : gpnuQ;R kl;Lk; : rk];fpUjk;> muhgpf;

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nj bgw Fiwj gr kbg
11. ghlkhf itf;fg;gl;Ls;s xt;nthU jhspYk; Fiwe;jJ 40% kjpg;ngz;fisg; ngWfpd;w khzth; kl;LNk Njh;tpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wtuhf mwptpf;fg;ngWth;. Njh;Tj; jpl;lj;jpd;gb

itf;fg;gl;Ls;s midj;Jj; jhs;fspYk; Njh;rr ; p ngw;why; jhd; KOikahfj; Njh;tpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wtuhf mwptpf;fg;gl;Lg; gl;lk; ngWfpd;w jFjpiag; ngw KbAk;. Fwpg;gpl;l jhspy; my;yJ jhs;fspy; Njh;rr ; p ngWtjw;fhd Fiwe;j msT kjpg;ngz;fisg; ngwhj xUth; mLj;J tUk; Njh;Tfspy; vOjpj; Njh;rr ; p ngw;whf Ntz;Lk;.

8. bt bgw khztf jFiy 8.1. gp.V. / gp.v];rp. / gp.ehl; / gp.fhk;. (epWkr; nrayhz;ik)
i) mbj;jsg; gbg;Gfs;

m)

jkpo; my; y J gpw nkhopfs;


nkhopg;ghlj;Jf;fhd jhs;fspy; Njh;r;rp ngw;W nkhj;jkhf 60% kjpg;ngz;fSk; py Njh;rr mjw;F NkYk; ngWgth;fs; Kjy; tFg;gpy; ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg; ngWth;. nkhj;jkhf 50% kjpg;ngz;fSk; mjw;F NkYk; ngw;W Mdhy; 60% kjpg;ngz;fSf;Ff; Fiwthfg; ngWgth;fs; ,uz;lhk; tFg;gpy py; Njh;r;rp ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg; ngWth;. Njh;r;rp ngw;w gpw khzth;fs; ahtUk; %d;whk; tFg;gpy; py Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg;gLthh;fs;.

M)

Mq; f pyk;
Mq;fpyg; ghlj;Jf;fhd jhs;fspy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;W nkhj;jkhf 60% kjpg;ngz;fSk; mjw; F NkYk; ngWgth; f s; Kjy; tFg; g py; Njh; r ; r p ngw; w th; f shf mwptpf;fg;ngWth;. nkhj;jkhf 50% kjpg;ngz;fSk; mjw;F NkYk; ngw;W

Mdhy; 60% kjpg;ngz;fSf;Ff; Fiwthfg; ngWgth;fs; ,uz;lhk; tFg;gpy;

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Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg; ngWth;.

Njh;rr ; p ngw;w gpw khzth;fs;

ahtUk; %d;whk; tFg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg;gLthh;fs;. ii)

ikag; ghlq;fSk; gad;ghL njhlh;Gila ghlKk ghlKk;


ikag; ghlq;fSk; (Kjd;ikg; ghlKk; rhh;Gg; ghlKk;) kw;Wk; gad;ghL njhlh;Gila ghlk; Mfpatw;wpw;fhd jhs;fspy; ntw;wp ngw;W mit vy;yhtw;wpYkhfr; Nrh;jJ ; ; p nkhj;jkhf 60% kjpg;ngz;fSk; mjw;F NkYk; ngWgth;fs; Kjy; tFg;gpy; Njh;rr ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg; ngWth;. nkhj;jkhf 50% kjpg;ngz;fSk; mjw;F

; p NkYk; ngw;W Mdhy; 60% Fiwthfg; ngWgth;fs; ,uz;lhk; tFg;gpy; Njh;rr ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg;ngWth;. Njh;rr ; p ngw;w gpw khzth;fs; ahtUk; %d;whk; tFg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg;gLthh;fs;.

9.2. gp.fhk;.
gp.fhk;. gl;lg;gbg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;w khzth;fSf;fhd jFjpepiy ,U tifapy; fzf;fplg;gLk;. mbj;jsg; gbg;Gf;fhd ,uz;L jhs;fs; xU gphpthfTk; Kjd;ikg;ghlk;> rhh;Gg;ghlq;fs;> tpUg;gg; ghlk; Mfpad ahTk; kw;nwhU gphpthfTk; mikAk;. ; gz;fSk; midj;Jj; jhs;fspYk; Njh;rr ; p ngw;W ntw;wpailgth;fspy>; nkhj;jkhf 60% kjpgn mjw;F NkYk; ngWgth;fs; Kjy; tFg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg; ngWth;. nkhj;jkhf 50% kjpg;ngz;fSk; mjw;F NkYk; ngw;W Mdhy; 60% Fiwthfg;

ngWgth;fs; ,uz;lhk; tFg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg;ngWth;. Njh;rr ; p ngw;w gpw khzth;fs; ahtUk; %d;whk; tFg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg;gLthh;fs;. Kjd; Kiwahfj; Njh;Tfs; vOjpaNghNj Njh;rr ; paile;j khzth;fs; VjhtJ xU ghlj;jpy; 75% tpOf;fhLk; mjw;F NkYk; ngw;wpUe;jhy; mth;fs; rpwg;Gj; jFjpAld;
(Distinction)

Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshthh;fs;.

9.3. gp.ypl;.
midj;Jj; jhs;fspYk;; Njh;rr ; p ngw;W ntw;wpailgth;fspy>; nkhj;jkhf 60% kjpgn ; gz;fSk; mjw;F NkYk; ngWgth;fs; Kjy; tFg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg; ngWth;.
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kjpg;ngz;fSk; mjw;F NkYk; ngw;W Mdhy; 60% Fiwthfg;

ngWgth;fs; ,uz;lhk; tFg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg;ngWth;. Njh;rr ; p ngw;w gpw khzth;fs; ahtUk; %d;whk; tFg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wth;fshf mwptpf;fg;gLthh;fs;.

9.4. gp.gp.V.
Njh;T ngwf; Fiwe;j kjpg;ngz;> tifg;gLj;jy; (Classification) Kjypad> kw;w ,sq;fiyg; ghlj;jpl;lq;fSf;F cs;sthNw ,Uf;Fk;.

9.5. gp.fhk;. tq;fp Nkyhz;ik> fzpdp gad;ghL kw;Wk; gp.rp.V.


itf;fg;gl;Ls;s xt;nthU jhspYk; Fiwe;jJ 40% kjpg;ngz;fisg; ngWfpd;w khzth;fs; kl;Lk; Njh;tpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;wtuhf mwptpf;fg; ngWth;. nra;KiwAk; fye;J ,Uf;Fk;

jhs;fspy; khzth;fs; Fiwe;jJ 40% kjpg;ngz;fisj; jdpj;jdpNa vOj;J kw;Wk; nra;Kiwj; jhs;fspy; ngw;why;jhd; mth;fs; me;jj; jhspy; Njh;r;rp ngw;wtuhf mwptpf;fg;ngWth;. gp.rp.V. gl;lg;gbg;gpy; Njh;rr ; p ngw;w khzth;fSf;fhd jFjp epiy ,U tifapy; fzf;fplg;gLk;. mbj;jsg; gbg;Gf;fhd ,uz;L jhs;fs; xU gphpthfTk;

Kjd;ikg;ghlk;> rhh;Gg; ghlq;fs;> gad;ghL njhlh;Gila ghlk; Mfpad kw;nwhU gphpthfTk; mikAk;. gp.fhk;. (tq;fp Nkyhz;ik) gl;lg; gbg;Gfspy; Nrh;e;j khzth;fSf;F Ma;T> nra;Kiwf;fhd KOikahd tptuq;fs; kw;Wk; tpjpKiwfs; ghlj;jpl;lj;NjhL mDg;gp itf;fg;gLk;.

10. rhj, gla kW sfiy ghlfSffhd nrif


khztfSF ca jftf : xU khzt jhf njbjLj ghlnthL nrJ xnu rka ntW xU rhj / gla ghlit njbjLJ gy Udh, mj khzt mjj ghlFa j jftnyil bgw ntL. mj jftnyo iy neuoahf bgwh %gh 100/-,
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mr t bgwh %gh 150/- j iy zg gotF. jftnyoF nrJ zf gLsJ. nkY, zgjhu zgij brJ xgilF nghJ, jhf sfiy goig gY WtdlUJ jfSFa cWrhj
(Bonafide Certificate) nrJ xgilfntL.

11. jF bgWtjFa gjidf


11.1m) rhj ghlf
m) brid gfiyfHf VnjD xU gl goig gY khztf myJ gfiyfHf kha FG AIU , Matwh mffgL, brid gfiyfHfF fuhf fUjgL ntW vj gfiyfHfY gl goig gY khztf, j rhj ghl f nrUtjF jF cilatuhf Mwhf. j rkUj, buR kW b#hk bkh ghlfSF ilahJ. M) xU khzt xU Fl gUt TLjyhf xnu xU rhj ghl jh nru Ko.

11.2 (M) gla ghlf


m) brid gfiyfHf VnjD xU KJfiy gl goig gY khztf myJ gfiyfHf khaFG AIU, Matwh mffgL, brid gfiyfHfF fuhf fUjgL ntW vj gfiyfHfY gl goig gY khztf, j gla ghlf nrUtjF jF cilatuhf Mwhf. j rkUj, buR kW b#hk bkh ghlfSF ilahJ. M) jehL murhf 12M tFF elJ bghJ nj nj bgw khztf myJ CBSEM eljgL nkiy g nj nj bgw khztf myJ

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w khy murhf a unjr Matwh eljgL muR bghJ njf, brid gfiyfHf mfhu bgW eljgL. njf Mat nj bgW khztf nghnwh kiH nrf Fj gla ghlF nru jFilatf Mwhf. ) xU khzt xU Fl gUt TLjyhf xnu xU gla ghl jh nru Ko.

11.3 () uil gl
m) gfiyfHfjh izfgl, gfiyfHf kha FGth myJ AIUth mffgl ff gY khztf, brid gfiyfHf bjhiyu f Wtd tHf bgW uil gll kbwhU ghl nruyh. mtf nrU ghlFa jFfis bgUf ntL. M) ff gY khztf jf f Kjtuh tHfbgW cW rhjnHhL bragl zg gotij xgilf ntL. nkY, tnwhL jfSila mogil jF rhjf mriy tHf ntL. mr rhjfis tHf Koahlh, f Kjtuh rhbwhg lgl (Attested) mt efiy xgilf ntL. ) bjhiyu f Wtd nrj khztf jhf nrj ghlit KoJ gl bgwntL vwh, mjF ca Kiwfis njitfis filoJ ca Kiw bra ntL.

12. njf
1. nf bfhLfgLs njf bjhlghd bghJ mWjfis w mWjfis ftdkhf goJ kd W bfhSkhW khztf mWj gLwhf. 2. 2013M Mo nrfgl khztfSF, njfS mJ rhj zg

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gotfS mDggl khlhJ. Jl izJs nj zgij Fl W njF, mtf njfSF zf ntL. njfhd zg gotij www.ideunom.ac.in vw izajs Kft UJ g wf brJ bfhsyh. 3. ehfho Mo nrfgl khztfSF ca ML Kjik njf, ehfho Mo W etg khj eilbgW. mjFa Jizik njf xbthU tUlK nk khj eilbgW. 4. bragl nj zg gotfis xgilf ntoa W eh: izajs Kftia ghf. 5. njfhd zg gotij xgilF bghGJ, khztf jhf zg got xgil W njF brYa fj flz gotij (Tuition fees
Challan) nrJ xgilf ntL. thW braiybawh mtfSila

zg njF g braglkhlhJ. 6. j jftnyo izJs nj zg got FlgLs gntW ikaf njf eilbgW. khztf vifia bghWJ nj ikaf vifia Fiwf gfiyfHfF cik cL. mj rkaf, khztf jhf nj brj nj ikafSF gyhf mtF mU cs ntW VnjD nj ikaF bry, mtfSF mWj glyh. 7. bghJthf, xU ehisF uL njf eilbgW. fhiy Kgf 10.00 k Kj gf 1.00 k tiuY, gf 2.00 k Kj khiy 5.00 k tiuY njf eilbgW. xbthU tUl WY Flgl vyh jhfis iw brgtfSF, xbthU ehisF xU njjh tHfbgW. 8. ff gY khztfSF eilbgW njfSF izahfnt bjhiyu f Wtd khztfSF eilbgW njf mikUF.

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Wtd tHfbgW milahs milia, khztf nj ika xgilf ntL. mbghGJjh mtfSF njfhd EiH L ilF. ntW vj milahs mil nj neu mDkfglkhlhJ.

10.

khztf jhf ghl nrj bghGJ zg got cs nj vGJ bkhfshd My / j Mat vj bkhia FL UjhY nj vGJ bghGJ MyY vGjyh jY vGjyh.

11.

ghl fhy Koj Yit jhfis (Arrear Paper) itUF khztfS jf Yit jhfis brtjF nkTa njfhd zg gotij u, ca nj flzJl gfiyfHfl xgilfyh.

fj flz (Tuition Fees) brYjhj khztf, vj fhuzij bfhL nj vGJtjF mDkfglkhlhJ.

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