centralised admission

centralised admission

In most cases, Canadian universities require students’ high school transcript along with an application for admission. Applications for admission outline additional academic and extra curricular achievements that cannot be expressed through a students’ transcript. Generally, universities require that students have taken a university-prep grade 12 English course. Additionally, programs involving mathematics and/or natural science often require students to take a university-prep grade 12 calculus course, as well as university-prep grade 12 biology, chemistry, and physics. Overall, universities base admission around a pupil’s academic performance in university/advanced level courses in their grade 11 and 12 years. Also, most universities establish GPA cut offs for admission. This cut off is established based on the competitiveness of individual programs at specific universities. A more competitive program could have a cut off average of 90 percent or higher, while most prestigious programs maintain cut offs around 80 percent. Universities with more liberal application processes could have admission cut offs as low as 65 percent. Students must take university/advanced level courses in grades 11 and 12 in order to apply for university.
For universities of technology, there is a similar, but less strict mechanism. The students gain extra priority points, which may increase their points for the first choice by up to 12.5%. [4] If a student is admitted to several programs, he can’t accept any other than the one with the highest priority.

Centralised admission
After admissions through centralised admission system, this valuable data is available to colleges for further usage. The data can be transferred to College ERP, colleges can use this data to print ID cards, bonafide, admission Register and many other MIS reports. This information comes in handy to colleges.
The ‘Online Admission Software’ enable students to fill admission form online from anywhere saving the student’s time and cost of multiple visits to many colleges. It saves the staff’s valuable time that was spent earlier in data entry and verification. It also zeros mistakes of data entry work. Students are required to fill forms online. The accurate data is available with the university online; making it easier for the university to publish merit list before the closure of registration.

Centralised admission
The candidates who want to take admission in the colleges situated in Puducherry, the selection process for them will be based on the following given information.
Centralised Admission Committee CENTAC publishes details of admission to various programs. Basically CENTAC is the online admission portal for all the colleges in Puducherry.

Centralised admission
ATKT will be applicable to the students of Maharashtra State Board only (Not other Boards), appeared in one attempt with all subjects, and failed in only two subjects in the March/July 2019 examination. Other than Maharashtra SSC board students will not get ATKT concession.
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