Calicut University Centralized Ranking Process 2014

Welcome to Calicut University Centralized Ranking Process 2014 Section. You will find here Calicut University Centralized Ranking Process 2014 (CRP 2014) eligibility criteria, admission procedure, How to Apply for CRP, How Rank Lists Are Prepared online. Postal Address: University Of Calicut, Malappuram (District), PIN 673 635 Calicut University PO, Kerala, India

University of Calicut introduces Centralized Ranking Process for admission to UG programmes in its affiliated colleges from the academic year 2014-2104. The Centralized Ranking Process (CRP), offers facility for online submission of application to multiple colleges and courses, and centralized ranking of candidates for admission to various degree programmes in colleges affiliated to the University. CRP helps students to submit applications to 10 colleges of their choice and three options from each college through some simple online steps .This hassle-free process is time saving, cost effective and ensures transparency in ranking and admission.

Calicut University Degree Allotment 2014
. Calicut University CRP UG Courses Admission 2014-15
. Calicut University CRP Final Rank List 2014
. Calicut University CRP Interview Schedule 2014
. Centralized Ranking Process Eligibility Criteria
. Centralized Ranking Process Reservation Criteria
. Centralized Ranking Process Admission Rules

The Centralized Ranking Process (CRP), offers facility for online submission of application to multiple colleges and courses, and centralized ranking of candidates for admission to various degree programmes in colleges affiliated to the University. CRP helps students to submit applications to 10 colleges of their choice and three options from each college through some simple online steps available in on CRP website.

Who shall apply for Centralized Ranking Process?

Those who wish to get admission to the following seats shall apply for Centralized Ranking Process.

1:- Government College: Candidates for seats except Sports Quota Seats in Government Colleges shall apply for CRP

Note: The applicants for sports quota seats in Govt. Colleges are to apply to the colleges concerned in application forms available in colleges. However, these candidates can apply for CRP to be considered in the general allotment.

2:- Aided Colleges: Candidates who wish to get admission in Open Quota Seats and seats reserved for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in aided colleges shall apply for CRP.

Note:

      . For community seats in aided colleges, candidates are to apply to the colleges concerned in application forms available in colleges.

 

      However, these candidates can apply for CRP to be considered in general allotment.

 

      . The applicants for sports quota seats in aided colleges are to apply to the colleges concerned in application forms available in colleges.

 

      However, these candidates can apply for CRP to be considered in the general allotment

 

      . The applicants for sports quota seats in aided colleges are to apply to the colleges concerned in application forms available in colleges.

 

    However, these candidates can apply for CRP to be considered in the general allotment.

3:- Self Financing Courses in Aided Colleges: Candidates who wish to get admission in 50% of the total seats including the seats reserved for SC/ST/SEBC of Self Financing Courses in Aided Colleges shall apply for CRP:

Note:

      . For applicants for management seats of these courses, applications are available in college offices.

 

    . However, these candidates can apply for CRP to be considered in the general allotment

4:- University Quota Seats in IHRD Self Financing Colleges Candidates for seats under University Quota Seats (50% of total seats including the seats reserved for SC/ST/SEBC) ) in Self Financing Colleges run by IHRD shall apply for CRP.

How to Apply for CRP?

For CRP, candidates shall apply online through website
Candidates shall upload their photo, personal and educational data to the online application on the CRP website after remitting the required fee. – Rs 100/- for general candidates and Rs 50/- for SC/ST candidates.

How Rank Lists Are Prepared?

University will prepare college-wise and course-wise rank lists with index marks, and sure lists and chance lists as per the ranking rules in ‘Admission Rules’ and publish the same on the website.

Principals need not send admission cards to the candidates. Instead, on the basis of this rank list, college principals will prepare the interview schedule and publish the same on the college notice boards, college websites, and university website. University will inform the candidates about the interview schedule through e-mails and news media.

As per the interview schedule, candidates can report for interview on the basis of their rank in the college they prefer. At the time of interview, they have to submit, along with Attested College Copy of the Application, the original documents to prove their claim of educational qualification, community, income etc. Eligible candidates will get admission on the same day of the interview, after remitting the fee.

Candidates included in the sure lists to groups of their first preference in one college will not be repeated in the other lists in the same college.

How to pay fees?

Candidate residing Kerala should remit the fees through Chalan. Fees will be accepted in all the State Government Treasuries in Kerala. Collect a chelan form the Treasury and fill up the details including Head of Account.

Head of Account
Treasuries in Malappuram District only:
8443-00-106- PD Account of Calicut University
Treasuries all other districts of Kerala
8658-00-102-96 (02) CUS

Fee From Outside Kerala
Students residing outside Kerala can remit their fees by Demand Draft drawn in favour of the Finance Officer, University of Calicut, payable at the State Bank of Travancore, Calicut University Branch.

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sir , how to collect chalan ? is it through postal method? or through any other method?

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