• Application forms can be collected from the college office as per the dates announced by the Department of Pre-University Education, Government of Karnataka (, after the declaration of Karnataka SSLC Examination results.
  • Application forms will not be available online or by post.
  • Application for admission must be in the prescribed form. Candidates, who wish to apply to different combinations, must fill in separate application forms and submit the same with marks scored in class X.
  • Fee structure for all the combinations will be available along with the form.
  • The duly filled in application form must be submitted at the college office within two days of the publication of results (Karnataka State SSLC, CBSE and ICSE).
  • Candidates, who have studied in Karnataka, will be given preference.
  • The provisional list of selected candidates based on the total marks scored along with admission date will be published on the college notice board.
  • The candidates, accompanied by parents are expected to meet the Principal for an interview on the stipulated date. As part of the admission process, both parents and wards must attend the counseling session.
  • Admission will be denied if a candidate fails to join within the stipulated time.


  • Applicants must have a pass in SSLC examination (Karnataka State) or any other equivalent examination recognized by the Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka and must satisfy all conditions set by it.
  • Foreign nationals and students, who have passed Class X or any other equivalent examination in foreign countries, must obtain Provisional Eligibility Certificate from the Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka, before securing admission.Contact address: The Commissioner, Department of Pre-University Education , Karnataka, Padavi Poorva Shikshana Bhavana, 18th Cross, Sampige Road Malleshwaram, Bangalore 560 012 Ph: +91-080-23361857.
  • Candidates, who belong to any of the following categories, SC, ST, Category 1/2A/2B/3A/3B and those who are physically challenged must produce certificates in proof of their caste/category/or disability. The original certificate issued by the appropriate authorities of the Government of Karnataka, its photocopy, attested by a Gazetted Officer must be submitted along with the application form.

The admission commences immediately after the announcement of S.S.L.C. results. Candidates who wish to take admission should contact the Principal/Admission Office personally along with parent /guardian. They should bring the completely filled application form along with four passport size photographs and a statement of marks in the S.S.L.C. Examination, duly attested by the Headmaster/Principal of the school. If considered for admission the candidate will be issued a seat allotment on payment of fees in full.

General Code of Conduct

  • Students should maintain discipline and decorum in the college campus.
  • Undesirable behaviour like being inattentive, indifferent to lessons, disrespecting the staff members, tampering the notice board, damaging property, littering the campus and any undisciplined acts which affect the prestige and reputation of the institution will be viewed strictly and such students will be suspended from the institution during the academic year without any notice.
  • A student should not leave the class without the permission or until the lecturer has left the room or asked the class to disperse.
  • Waiting in groups and talking are strictly prohibited in the corridors, verandah and staircase or anywhere in the campus.
  • Students shall not take part in any anti-social activities or be a member of any political party. A student violating the conditions is liable to be suspended or dismissed from college.
  • Students shall handle the furniture, books and any property of the organization with great care and consideration. Any loss or damage of the property will be chargeable individually or collectively.
  • Students will not hold any meetings or collect funds without the permission of the management.
  • Students are expected to adopt modest style of dressing failing which the students will be discharged from the institution at any time.
  • Use of mobile phones in college is strictly prohibited.
  • As per the orders of Hon’ble Supreme Court, New Delhi and further guidelines issued by the State Government, ragging is banned and any one indulging in such acts shall be punished approximately which could include apart from criminal prosecution, expulsion from the college, suspension from the classes for a limited period or fine with public apology. The punishment may be also in the form of:
  • Withholding of scholarships or other benefits
  • Debarring from representation in College events
  • With holding results
  • Suspension or expulsion from the hostel