Admission to the “Government Quota Seats” in Private and Unaided Professional colleges, including the minority Colleges, will be as per the law/ regulation/ order of Government of India, or of the Government of Puducherry, on the subject. The details regarding the Colleges and the number of seats will be made available at the time of counseling.
Admission to the above degree courses is based on the performance of the candidates in the Higher Secondary or equivalent board examination.
Candidates seeking admission to the B.Tech. degree course should have passed the H.Sc. (Academic) examination conducted by the Board of Higher Secondary Examination of Tamil Nadu, or any other equivalent examination thereto, with a minimum of 45% marks (40% marks for OBC / BCM / MBC / EBC / BT / SC-candidates) in aggregate, in the prescribed subjects, namely, Mathematics, Physics and anyone of the following optional subjects :Chemistry / Bio-Technology / Computer Science / Biology (Botany & Zoology).While candidates belonging to other state will be offered admission on the basis of JEE Main 2019 score.
Procedure For Determing The Merit Score
Admission is based on the marks secured by the candidates in the prescribed subjects of the qualifying examination (i.e. for H.Sc. Academic: Mathematics, Physics and any one of the optional subjects (Chemistry / Bio- Technology / Computer Sciences / Biology / Botany & Zoology) & for H.Sc. Vocational: Vocational Subject Theory, Vocational Subject Practical and a related Subject) and normalizing them by the prescribed procedure.
Equal weightage will be given to all the three prescribed subjects. In case a candidate has appeared in more than any one of the above prescribed optional subjects, the subject in which the candidate has obtained the highest marks will be taken into consideration for “Normalization” and for calculating the actual total marks in the prescribed subjects. Wherever separate marks for practical are awarded, the same will be considered along with the respective subjects, for arriving at the total actual marks.
Order of Priority for Tie Break
When more than one candidate has got the same marks in the common merit list (i.e. the merit list prepared after merging the normalized marks of candidates from various Boards), the inter-se merit among such candidates, for each course will be determined in the order of priority as specified below:
- Percentage of actual marks in Mathematics
- Percentage of actual marks in Physics
- Percentage of actual marks in third optional (specified) subject
- Total marks of all eligible subjects prescribed for the course
- Date of Birth (Earlier born)
- Random number assigned
How to fill CENTAC Application Form?
Candidates must enter all the necessary details while filling up the application form of CENTAC 2019. Starting with the registration process, candidates will also have to fill their personal, academic and communication details in the CENTAC 2019 application form. All the information entered in application form must be valid and correct failing which will lead to rejection of applications. Candidates can follow the below mentioned steps while filling their application form of CENTAC 2019:
- Step 1 – Registration
- Step 2 – Payment of Application Fee
- Step 3 – Filling CENTAC Application Form 2019
- Step 4 – Uploading Photograph
- Step 5 – CENTAC 2019 Application Submission
Documents needed for Application Form
Candidates have to attach the following documents with the printout of the application form:
- 10th or equivalent exam mark sheet
- 12th or equivalent exam mark sheet
- Age proof (Birth Certificate or SSLC marksheet)
- Copy of Online Payment
- Nationality Certificate
- Residence Certificate
- Permanent Integrated Certificate
- Special Category Certificate (if applicable)
- Community Certificate (if applicable)
- Nativity Certificate (if applicable)
- Sports Certificate (if applicable)