CBCS (Choice Based Credit System) Semester System

Course Medium Duration InTake Eligibility
B.Sc. (Aided)
Botany, Zoology & Chemistry B.Z.C. English 3 Yrs. / 6 semesters 120 Two sections Pass in Intermediate or equivalent in any stream
B.Sc. (Self-financed)
Maths, Physics & Chemistry M.P.C. English 3 Yrs. / 6 semesters 60 One section Pass in Intermediate or equivalent in any stream
Maths, Electronics & Computer Science M.E.Cs. English 3 Yrs. /6 semesters 80 Two sections Pass in Intermediateor equivalent in any stream
Maths, Physics & Computer Science M.P.Cs. English 3 Yrs. / 6 semesters 80 Two sections Pass in Intermediate or equivalent in any stream
Zoology, Microbiology & Chemistry Z.M.C. English 3 Yrs. / 6 semesters 30 One section Pass in Intermediate or equivalent in any stream
Botany, Microbiology & Chemistry B.M.C. English 3 Yrs. / 6 semesters 30 One section Pass in Intermediate or equivalent in any stream
Applied Nutrition & Public Health, Bio-chemistry, Chemistry BCAN English 3 Yrs. / 6 semesters 40 One section Pass in Intermediate or equivalent in any stream
Second Languages offered: Arabic, French, Hindi, Sanskrit, Telugu, Urdu
  • Admissions into all U.G. courses / groups are online through
  • The Undergraduate Courses are Choice Based Credit System and Semester-wise.
  • The semester papers are related to Discipline Specific Course (DSC), Ability Enhancing Compulsory Course (AECC), Skill Enhancing Course (SEC) and Generic Course (GC).
  • No donations are accepted for admissions.
  • Candidates shall be allotted through online admissions.
  • Admission to all classes will be strictly on the basis of merit and reservation as per government allotment through online admission process.
  • Candidates are expected to preserve the counterfoil of the fee challan and produce it at the time of admission.
  • If a candidate fails to pay the fees within the stipulated time, she will not be considered for the subsequent phases of online admissions.
  • Original documents should be submitted along with the application form.
  • The fees payable is listed on the website.
  • Wherever the strength of the students in any combination is less than the minimum prescribed by the authorities, that combination will not be available.
  • T.C. from the college or school where the candidates studied previously.
  • Memo of marks of the qualifying exam.
  • Migration certificate in case of students coming from Board other than Board of Intermediate.
  • Caste Certificate from MRO showing the sub-caste and groups.
  • Copy of Aadhar Card to be submitted at the time of admission.
  • Income certificate in case of scholarship requisite.
  • Students are required to attend at least 75% of the classes in each subject.
  • The examinations forms of only such candidates will be forwarded to the University who has at least 75% of the attendance by the date of sending the examination forms.
  • The college has full authority to stop the students with less than 75% attendance from appearing in examinations.
  • For the purpose of counting attendance the date of commencement of the classes shall be taken into account and not the date of admission of the candidate.
  • If any student discontinues her studies in the middle without informing the Principal, she will be liable to pay the whole year’s fees.
  • If any student is continuously absent for a period of more than one month, she should come along with her parents in order to resume her classes.
  • The UG/Degree examination pattern is semester-wise with credit system.
  • Each semester, student has to write two internals and submit an assignment.
  • Attendance for unit tests, quarterly, half-yearly and pre-final exams is compulsory.
  • Punctuality in attending lectures should be strictly observed. Late comers shall lose their attendance for the lecture for which they are late.
  • Students should not loiter in the college grounds or make noise during working hours. During free periods they should work silently in the library.
  • Students are expected to be neat and clean. Their dress must be simple and must conform to the standards of modesty maintained by the institution.
  • Students are not allowed to see any visitors during working hours.
  • Students are advised to see the notice / signage board every day.
  • Faculty members will be very happy to meet the parents on any working day after 03:00 pm. You can meet the Principal or Vice-Principal between 02:00 pm and 04:00 pm.
  • The Principal and faculty members will interact regarding the progress of your daughter or ward.
  • TSRTC Bus pass will not be issued if the monthly attendance is less than 75%.
  • Bonafied certificate will be issued only once in a year.
  • College gates will be closed at 10:00 am and late comers will not be allowed into the college.
  • Use of Mobile phones is banned during college hours from 10:00 am to 04:00 pm as per Govt. orders.
  • Outsiders will not be allowed into the college.
  • Cleanliness must be maintained within the premises. Any violation is strictly prohibited.
  • A drop-box is available in all floors for any suggestions / complaints.
  • The students should contact the Vice-Principal and HoDs for their grievance redressal.
  • Ragging is strictly prohibited in college and hostel premises.
  • Scholarships are available for SC, ST, BC, Minority and economically backward students.
  • The economically backward students who are not eligible for any other scholarships are eligible to receive finance assistance from the college under the ‘Vanita Vidya Sahakaram’ and ‘Students Aid Fund’.
  • The meritorious students of B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com. are honoured with gold medals and cash awards.