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ANDHRA UNIVERSITY COLLEGES OF ARTS AND COMMERCE
COMMON ADMISSION INTERVIEW MEMO
With reference to the application for admission into Andhra University Colleges of Arts and Commerce, Visakhapatnam/AU.PG Centres at Srikakulam and Kakinada and all Affiliated Colleges where PG courses in Arts & Commerce covered under AUCET 2002 are offered, for the academic year 2002 2003, the candidate is herebydirected to appear before the Admission Committee for Admission interview at the place, date and time noted at the Admission Schedule (Annexure II), at his/her own expenses with all the required original certificates (including the prescribed fee as given in Annexure I, in the form of Demand Draft on any nationalised bank, drawn in favour of the Principal, AU Colleges of Arts and Commerce, payable at Visakhapatnam.The candidate has to write his/her name, subject and its rank on the reverse side of the DD at a comer place), as noted hereunder. He/she should be present at the Venue before half an hour of the scheduled time on the date notified for the subject he/she belongs tot His/her candidature will not be considered under any circumstances, if he/she comes late to the Venue even though he/she gets admission.
We are posting the copies of the Admission Schedule (Annexure II) to all the candidates who got rank in AfJCET 2002 irrespective of their rank whether appeared/not appeared in the schedule. Those who received this Memo are directed to treat this as Call Letter for Admission into the course which he/she seeks. Hence, no call letter will be sent to the candidates individually writing their name, rank and address. They are also requested to note that such candidates whose rank is not mentioned in the Admission Schedule need not attend the Admission Interview, It is also to be noted that since more number umber of candidates are called than the required number to hasten the process of admission, this intimation does not guarantee admission. The admission process may continue for the next day. The candidate should come prepared for overnight stay, if necessary on his/her own. If selected for admission, the candidate has to pay the prescribed fee, on the same day itself. In case hte candidate, fails to pay the fee on that day or fails to submit the, documents stated hereunder, he/she will have to forego the admission. No extension of time for producing the certificates or for paying fee shall be granted and no representation whatsoever will be entertained in the matter. The fee receipt should be, shown to the concerned Head of the Department/Special Officer of AU PG Centre/Staff or Principal of, Affiliated College concerned immediately after the remittance of fee and collecting the fee receipt, for entering his/her name on the attendance rolls. Fee once paid will under no circumstances be refunded.
The candidate has to read and follow the following important points:
I. Original certificates to be brought by the candidate to the admission interview in the process of fulfilling the admission:
III Candidates should have passed the qualifying examination and acquired the eligibility for admission and produce evidence to that effect at the time of Admission Interview. No extension of time for producing the evidence shall be granted and no representation whatsoever will be entertained in the matter.
IV This intimation is posted to the candidate subject to the fulfilment of eligibility criteria for admission. Mere receipt of this Memo does not qualify the candidate for admission. If the eligibility is not there, admission will not be given. Candidates are further informed that cases of pending revaluationfHard core etc. will not be considered and no seat will be allotted for such candidates irrespective of themselves being eligible.
V The admission is purely provisional. If any candidate gets admission by producing false information, certificates, his/her admission will be cancelled without any intimation.
VI Candidate will forfeit his/her claim for admission into the course, if he/she fails to be present at the venue by the specified time and date and report to the Admission Committee, when his/her name is called upon. No correspondence will be entertained. The candidates (non scholarship holders) are also informed that, for any reason, if they want to discontinue the course in the middle of the year, they have to pay the entire course fee, i.e. two years' fee, and take the Transfer certificate.
VII As per the UGC guidelines, every student admitted into full time course must possess a minimum of 75% of attendance to be allowed to write the examination. Minimum attendance of 75% does not mean that the students can abstain from classes for the remaining 25%. The student shall attend all the classes, The 25% attendance or part thereof can be condoned only on valid reasons, on application by the Candidate to, the University through proper, channel and on payment of prescribed fee. A student must take prior permission of the Head of the Department concerned for his/her absence to the class room attendance, on genuine reasons. If any student is found producing fake/fraud medical certificate in support of his absence from class work, the admission of such candidate will be cancelled at any time and a case will be filed with the Police. No student will be per mitted to write the examination, if he/she is absent without any valid reason.
VIII SC/ST/BC C candidates seeking admission into PG courses and whose parental/guardian annual income does not exceed Rs.50,920/ (in case of professional courses) and Rs. 38,220/ (in case of non professional courses) will be given fee concession at the time of admission subject to their eligibility as per rules, provided they produce caste and income certificates obtained from the appropriate authority in the prescribed format. In case the income limit exceeds they have to pay full fee and they are not eligible to get scholarship from the Government.
IX Listed Backward Classes candidates (BC A, BC B and BC D) seeking, admission into PG courses offered at AU Colleges, AU PG Centres at Etcherla (Srikakulam) and Kakinada only and whose parental/gualrdian annual income does not exceed Rs. 44,500/ (in case of professional courses), and Rs. 33,400 (in case of non professional courses) will be given fee concession at the time of admission, subject to their eligibility as per rules, provided they produce caste and income certificates obtained from the appropriate authority it in the prescribed format. Hoping that the Government will reimburse an amount of Rs. 750/we are allowing these candidates for fee concession in the regular stream seats to the extent of this amount only. (For payment and self finance courses and courses offered at Affiliated Colleges, this concession is not effected). In case the income limit exceeds they have to pay full fee and they are not eligible to get scholarship from the Government.
X Whenever a candidate is admitted in any course, he/she is expected to study that particular course only and shall not be allowed to study any other course or appear for any other examination either by private study or simultaneous admission in any other institution.
XI The student admitted in a course shall be allowed for admission to vertical course only, i.e. Graduates may go for post graduation and post graduates may go for M.Phil/Ph.D. programme in the concerned course only. Thus, no downward or horizontal movements shall be allowed. For example, once a student chooses a professional course, e.g. if any student after finishing his/her B.A. with Economics as a subject, joins LL.B. course, he/she must choose LL.M. and Ph.D. in Law only and should not go to M.A. in Economics and Ph.D. in this University.
XII Changes in admission schedule, if any, will be intimated through Registered Letters/News Papers/All India Radio. DO NOT RELY ON TELEGRAMS. THEY MAY BE FALSE.
XIII Limited Hostel accommodation is available. Candidates seeking admission into hostels are advised to bring five copies of passport size photos and xerox copies of caste and income certificate each in duplicate and the prescribed fee. Hostel admission will be made by the Chief Warden of the respective Hostel subject to availability of accommodation and also as per the University Hostel rules. If the candidate gets Hostel admission, he/she has to pay caution deposit fee of Rs.2,000/ in the case of OC; Rs. 1,200/ in the case of LBC and Rs. 600/ in the case of SC/ST/BC C. In addition to this, the candidate should also pay an amount of Rs. 250/ towards Hostel Development fee.
XIV Candidate at the time of admission has to exercise his/her option, as per the list of colleges given in the admission information brochure of AUCET 2002 and according to number of vacancies available at the time of calling of his name by the Admission Committee. Once the option is exercised, no further changes will be made under any circumstances.
XV Candidate is directed to bring this Memo along with him/her while attending to the Venue. ................... .............................................................................
(FOR OFFICE USE ONLY)
Whether the candidate has fulfilled the eligibility cniteria _______________
Whether the documents noted at Item No. I (a to 1) verified and found correct? YES / NO
If no, please indicate the details.