How to apply

  • Admission under Government and Management seat will be done on the basis of the seat sharing ratio (50:50) and rules and regulation issued by Government of Kerala from time to time.

Additional documents required for NRI /NRI SPONSORED students.

    1. Sponsorship certificate
    2. Attested copy of the passport of the sponsor (by the Indian Embassy or Consulate.)
    3. Attested copy of the relevant page of the passport where employment visa is stamped (by the Indian Embassy or Consulate.)
    4. Attested copy of Employment certificate (by the Indian Embassy or Consulate.)
    5. Relationship certificated from the Village officer

Additional documents required for foreign students.

    1. Sponsorship certificate.
    2. Employment certificate of the parents.
    3. Student visa –Status.
    4. NOC from ministry of foreign affairs.
    5. Permission from Government of India.
    6. Eligibility Certificate from INC & Kerala University of Health Sciences.
    7. Equivalency certificate from ( Association of Indian University, New Delhi).

Rules and Regulations

  • The students will be directly under the disciplinary control of the Principal and should abide by the rules and regulations of the Institution.
  • The students should maintain the standard and decorum of the College.
  • Students are liable for disciplinary action for misconduct, inefficiency or neglect of duty, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Institution, which are read and accepted by them. Anti social activities like ragging ,alcoholism, drug abuse, smoking or any others will be viewed as serious crimes .
  • The student should possess university syllabus and hand book of rules and regulations of the Institution.
  • The leave/ absenteeism should be informed to authority on time.
  • Students should be punctual in attending their duty and submission of assignments
  • Parents Teachers Meetings are organized after each sessional examination and during emergency to discuss the academic program and discipline.
  • The students should wear the prescribed uniform throughout the class/duty hours. The uniform should be kept neat and tidy.
  • Candidate should remit the fees as stipulated by Government / Management during the first month of every academic year.
  • A cumulative record is maintained for each student. General conduct / behaviour will be monitored and documented.
  • The students are expected to maintain high academic and clinical standards of performance throughout the programme.
  • Regular class tests are conducted subject wise and will be recorded in the register.
  • At the end of each academic year, a model examination is conducted before the University Examination.
  • Statement of internal marks will be made on the basis of regular marks obtained from regular session exam and model examination.
  • Progress record is to be signed by the parents at the meeting conducted after each session examination.
  • A record of clinical evaluation is made to assess the standard of performance of the students.
  • Those who do not internal marks and attendance as per university norms are not permitted to appear for university examination.
  • On completion of course, each student will be provided with a detailed transcript