1. Academic Session.
Soon after the Summer Vacation the college reopens and the acdemic session of the college starts from June to May.
2. e-Admission procedure
Mannual Admission is no more in practice. From the session 2013-14 all junior and degree colleges of the state are covered under the SAMS ( Student Academic Management System)- e-Admission.
a) Any eligible student, passing BSE(O) or its equvalent board or CHSE (O) or its equvalent board, can apply for e-Admission into +2 and +3 classes respectively through on-line in form of (CAF) Common Application Fotm within the stipulated date as notified by the Govt. The fillid in CAF shall be submitted at any SRC ( Sams Resource Centre) for admission into any other college in the state by exercising options i.e. 6 options for Jr. Colleges and 10 options for Degree Colleges. However, an apllicant can apply one CAF only by exercising options.
b) An applicant shall have to pay Rs. 100/- for 1st option and Rs. 50/- for subsiquent options.Then the applicant will submit the CAF and receive a signed acknowledgement being noted as Applicant copy with MRIN i.e Money Receipt cum Index No. meant for all purposes. The merit list iscertainly prepared by OCCA, Bhubaneswar. The intimation is sent through SMS/e-Mail/ Website/ College Notice Board/Toll Free (155335) Sanjog Helpline. A Student can get admitted inti any college being selected by OCCA and if he/she is selected for subsequent e-Admission by OCCA, he/she gets his/her admission thethnormal admission period.
fees totally refunded minus Rs. 100/- as processing fees within
the normal admission period.
c) There are five phases of e-Admission like 1st Selection, 2nd Selection,SC/ST Extension, Balance seat spot Admission and Admission after the publication of supplementary and +2 instant examination results.
d) All the e-Admissionare are strictly conducted on the basis of merit without any condition of local/regional/ any other factors except the criteria followed under 20% extra provision under special notification by the Govt. for the session only.
e) The destination college will allocate the Elective subject(s) and 4th Elective subject as per merit, option priority and availability of seats.The destination college will conduct a counselling session for this purpose.
f) The system of Admission is very much transperent and totally free from manipulation and ambiguity.
g) Students/Guardians, if face any problem in the process, can contact www.dheodish.in or Toll free No. 155335 as Sanjog Help Line.
3. Documents to be submitted with the generated Application.
i) Applicant Copy with MRIN
ii) Attested copy of the SLC/CLC/Board Certificate.
iii) Attested copy of the Conduct Certificate.
iv) Attested copy of the computerised mark sheet.
v) Caste certificate in case of SC/ST studentsfrom the competent authority.
vi) Medical certificate from C.D.M.O in case of Physically Handicapped students.
vii) Attested copies of NCC/NSS/Scout & Guide/Sports certificate
viii) Migration Certificate for the students who are from other Board/ University.
4. Admission Rules for the Students
i) In order to take admission a student or his/her guardian will have to
abide by the rules of the college.
ii) Admission to different classes is given at the college counter only and not by post.
iii) Admission is given strictly on the provision of SAMS., Govt. of Odisha.
iv) The decision of the Principal in matters of any discripancy relating to admission is final and binding.
5. Change of Subjects.
A student will be permitted to change the subject/subjects within same stream in between fifteen days from the commencement of classes. No student shall be allowed to change his/her subject(s) after issue of enrolment card.
6. Dress Code
College has specified dress code both for +2 & +3 students and students entry to college without proper dress code is forbidden and punishable.
7. Disqualification from Studentship.
Disobidience of college rules/ violation of undertaking given at the time of Admission will be treated seriously. Ragging/ Sexual harashment in any form will be viewed as a criminal offence. Any student found involved in such activities is liable for sever punishment by law and expulsion from the college.