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Admissions Eligibility and selection process


  • Applicants must have passed in Karnataka SSLC examination or any other equivalent examination recognized by the Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka and must satisfy all other conditions set by it.
  • Reservation Category (SC, ST Category 1/2A/2B/3A/3B and physically handicapped) must produce the original caste/category/disability certificate issued by the concerned authorities of the government of Karnataka along with a photocopy of the same (attested by a Gazetted Officer) with the application form.
Please Note:-
  • SC/ST applicants must produce caste certificate with a validity of five years including the current academic year.
  • Category 1/2A/2B/3A/3B must produce caste certificates valid for the current year.


Admission to the college should be done according to the instructions of PUE Board. Students are to download the forms from the website www/

Students who want to apply to different combinations must fill in separate application form.
  • Admission to college will be according to the aggregate marks obtained by the candidate in class X results and admission date will be displayed on the college notice board.
  • The candidate is expected to meet the principal on the appointed date and time accompanied by both the parents. Admission will be denied if the candidate does not join the college within the stipulated time.
Documents to be submitted at the time of admission
Original Certificates
  • Transfer Certificate from the School last attended
  • Original SSLC or equivalent marks card
  • Conduct Certificate
  • Caste Certificate (to be returned after verification)
Photocopies attested by a Gazetted Officer
  • SSLC or equivalent marks card
  • Income declaration form signed by the Tahsildar for students whose parent’s annual income is below Rs. 11,000.-
  • Caste Certificate
  • Five recent passport size photographs

The selected candidates will be enrolled after the payment of fee. The admission is subject to the approval of Dept. Pre-University Education, Karnataka State.


The students will be evaluated by the following tests:

  • Three Unit Test - 25 marks
  • Quarterly Exam - 50 marks
  • Mid-term and Preparatory Exam - 100 marks
  • Annual Exam – 100 marks

The minimum pass mark is 35% in each subject.


Producing the Hand-book to the class-teacher at the time of result of Semester Examinations is compulsory. Promotion to the next class at the end of the academic year will be based on the overall performance of the student during the year, with 75% of attendance.


A month’s notice is required before a student be withdrawn from school, failing which a month’s fee must be paid. Those who leave in April must pay their fees for May also. Notice of leaving the school must be given before the beginning of the holidays, or else for the first month of the following term will have to be paid.


  • Application for certificates viz. age, conduct, course, transfer certificate etc. must be made to the office in writing.
  • Application for certificates should contain the following particulars:
    • Student’s full name
    • Parents name
    • The month and the year in which the student joined the college, the register number, the course and the class in which the student was originally enrolled.
  • A nominal fee shall be charged for every certificate.
  • A minimum of one working day is required for processing.
  • Gazetted Officers must be approached to get copies of the certificates attested. Principal will not be in a position to attest certificates at the time of admission.
  • Students applying for I PUC duplicate Marks Card should give a written application and obtain an affidavit from a notary. They must also carry a copy of an FIR filed with the police. This application and affidavit should be submitted after obtaining the principal’s signature and paying the required fee in the office.
  • All the passing out students will get the Transfer Certificate along with the original marks card of II PUC issued by Department of Pre-University Education, Karnataka.
  • Science students, who complete the course can collect the Study Certificate along with the Transfer Certificate and original Marks Card of the II PUC on the scheduled date and time announced by the office. Students of Commerce may also apply for or the same by submitting an application of the office.
  • The students of I PUC can approach the Department of Pre-University Education through the college for Language Exemption on tenth standard examination. They have to produce the following documents to collect the forwarding letter from the college office.
    • Doctor’s Certificate issued by the concerned authority for learning disability.
    • Photo copy of the Tenth Standard Marks Statement. After collecting the forwarding letter from the college they have to approach the department of Pre-University Education along with above mentioned documents.
  • Students applying for II PUC Duplicate Marks Card should fill in the application provided by the department of PUE and obtain an affidavit from a notary. They must also carry a copy of an FIR filed with the police. Students must pay the required fee in the (Treasury Branch, State Bank of Mysore, Shivajinagar, opposite to Bowring Hospital). The application, affidavit and fee paid challan should be submitted to the Department of PUE by the student.
  • Students, who wish to continue their higher studies outside Karnataka need to apply for Migration Certificate. They can approach the Department of the PUE along with II PUC original Marks Card and Transfer Certificate.
  • Students can apply for Photocopy of Answer Books, Revaluation and Re-totaling of Marks II PUC Examination at the Department of PUE with prescribed fee, Applications are available in the college office.

Address of the Department of Pre-University Education:- Sampige Road, 18th Cross, Malleshwaram, Bangalore – 560012. Phone No: 080-25731857, 58, 59.
For further details including results of II PU Examination, Revaluation, Re-totaling of marks, please visit the website:

Fee Schedule


PUC Students must pay the fee for the whole year on the day of admission. Fee once paid will not be refunded.

Defaulters will be liable to a late fee of Rs. 5/- per day.

Fee Regulations

  • Fee Challan must be collected from the Payment Office and remit the amount only in cash at South Indian Bank, Bannerghatta Road Branch
  • Students must retain the “student’s Copy of the challan safely for future reference.
  • Students are expected to clear all their arears including fine for breakage, damages etc. before collecting the admission ticket for the Board Examination.
  • The fee for II PUC Students must be paid immediately after the announcement of I PUC promotional examination results.


  • Establishment fee (New Admission)
  • Re-admission fee
  • Admission fee
  • Games fee (Yearly)
  • Tuition fee
  • Maintenance fee
  • Computer fee
  • Annual fee
  • Medical fee
  • Lab fee
  • Library fee
  • Smart class fee
  • Theatre in Education


The school uniform is obligatory on all working days. It is mandatory for all students to wear their School Identity Card while in the school campus. It is the duty of the parents/guardians to see that students come to school neatly dressed in the prescribled school uniform. The students are encouraged to maintain personal hygiene.


  • Wear uniform skirt or kurta of knee length
  • Maintain long hair-plaited, medium length hair-pony tail, bob cut hair
  • Wear only black colour ribbons or black hairpins or hair bands with the daily school uniform
  • Use house color ribbons for house uniform
  • Ensure that you do not have streaked hair, fancy hair styles, leave shoulder length or long hair untied
  • Avoid eye makeup, more than one, ear piercing, painting the nails, applying mehendi, adorning the hair with flowers
  • Shun from wearing gold earings, bangles, chains, colorful and fancy jewellery, and long earrings.


  • Shun from wearing low waist and tight fitting pants in the campus
  • Tuck in the shirt properly at all times
  • Close the buttons of the shirt at all times
  • Wear clean and polished shoes daily. Slippers must never be worn to school even on special class days
  • Avoid growing beards, long side burns, long hair, streaked hair and fancy hair styles; not permitted to wear bands, bracelets or chains

Note:- If a student makes any alteration in the pattern or the stitching of the uniform as is prescribed by the school, disciplinary action may be initiated by the authority after making a record of warning in the Student Handbook