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Candidates who possess Masters’ Degree in the subject concerned or in related subjects specified by the Departments concerned with not less than 55% marks/ B+Grade of thisUniversity or any equivalent degree of any other Indian or Foreign Universities recognized by this University shall be eligible to apply for admission to the M Phil Programmes. Applicants belonging to the SC/ST Communities require a minimum of 50% marks/ B grade in their Masters Degree Exam. Those candidates who are awaiting the results of their PG examinations can also apply, and if selected, may take admissions provisionally. However, such candidates shall produce their PG mark lists and provisional certificates before the expiry of three months from the date of their provisional admission, failing which the provisional admissions granted to them are liable to be cancelled. Explanation Related subjects can be in any discipline having some converging areas with the domain subject offered by the departments concerned, which shall be ensured by the Research

Committees of the Departments.


Admission to the M.Phil Programmes shall be on the basis of an Entrance Examination conducted by the university at Head Quarters, Kalady. (Entrance examination for Urdu will be held at RC, Koyilandy). The Rank List in each subject shall be prepared based on the marks secured by the applicants in the written test, and the interview conducted by the ResearchCommittees of the Departments concerned. Admissions shall be made from the rank list.

Entrance Test

The Entrance Test shall carry 100 marks, out of which 80 marks are for the written test and the remaining 20 marks for the interview/group discussion. Only those applicants who secure 50% marks and above in the Common Entrance Test shall be considered for admission. Applicants belonging to the SC/ST communities require only a minimum of 45% marks in the Common Entrance Test. Vacancies that may be arised due to the lack of eligible applicants belonging to the SC and ST communities shall be re-notified twice and if they still remain vacant, they shall be filled up as per the existing rules and regulations. The reservation policy adopted by the State Government/Central Government and the UGC from time to time for students belonging to the SC, ST, OEC, OBC and other eligible communities shall be strictly adhered to.“3 Documents to be produced at the time of admission All eligible applicants should submit the following original documents at the time of admission.

1) SSLC/ equivalent certificate to prove the age.

2) PG Original Degree Certificate or Provisional Certificate and mark lists

3) Community Certificate (applicable only to applicants belonging to SC/ST/

OEC/OBC Communities.

4) ‘No Objection Certificate’ and Leave Order for the entire period of the M.Phil

Programme from the employer(s) in the case of applicants who are employed.

5) Conduct Certificate and Transfer Certificate.

6) Eligibility Certificate in the case of applicants who have obtained their PG

Degrees from Universities outside the State of Kerala.

7) Migration Certificate (Candidates from other Universities) should produce the

Migration Certificates before the expiry of 3 months from the date of their



Admission Fee Rs.50/-
Special Fee Rs.3000/-
Caution Deposit Rs.1000/-
Department Development Fund Rs. 250/-
Tuition Fee Rs. 1000/-
Matriculation Fee Rs. 50/-
Recognition Rs. 100/-(for outside Kerala candidates)
Library Fee (per Annum) Rs. 500/-
Dessertation Fee Rs. 500/-
M.Phil 1st Semester Examination Fee Rs.400/-