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					                    AICTE - MANDATORY DISCLOSURE FORMATS

                                   1. M.B.A.

MANDATORY DISCLOSURE      BY INSTITUTIONS RUNNING      PGDBM/PGDM/MBA         PROGRAMMES
TO BE INCLUDED IN THEIR RESPECTIVE INFORMATION BROCHURE, DISPLAYED ON THEIR WEBSITE
AND TO BE SUBMITTED TO AICTE EVERY YEAR WELL BEFORE THE ADMISSION PROCESS.


The following information is to be given in the Information Brochure besides being
hosted on the Institution’s official Website.

“The information has been provided by the concerned institution and the onus of
authenticity lies with the institution and not on AICTE.”
I.       Name of the Institution          :        Rajalakshmi Engineering College
                                                   Rajalakshmi Nagar,
                                                   Thandalam – 602 105.
                                                   Sriperumbudur Taluk.
                                                   Phone : 044 – 27156750 / 51 / 52 / 53
                                                   Fax    : 27156640
                                                   Email : services@rajalakshmiengg.com

2.    Name & Address of the Director :             Prof. P.S. PANDYAN
                                                   A-43, 3rd Main Road,
                                                   Anna Nagar, Chennai - 40
                                                   Phone : 044 - 26212461

II.       Governance
      The Board of Governors constitutes illuminating personalities of eminence from various
      fields – various fields of branches of Engineering and Technology, Management and
      Veterans in Industries. They are embodiments of ethics, morality and culture coupled
      with excellence in Business. They strive for continuous improvement in quality and
      perfection.

      The Philosophy of Governance is closely related to the invigorating personalities who
      adore the Board of Governors. The Philosophy of governance in aimed at achievement
      of the Mission and Vision of the College. The Philosophy of Governance is paving the
      stepping stones for excellence in imparting Technical and Management education
      coupled with ethics, aimed at creating and moulding professionals of excellence with
      character.

      Board of Governors

      The Board of Governors constitute the following: -

1.    Thiru S Meganathan, B.E.,F.I.E.                           Chairman
      K-67, Anna Nagar East, Chennai – 600 102.

2.    Dr. Mrs. Thangam Meganathan, M.A.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.           Member
      K-67, Anna Nagar East, Chennai – 600 102.


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3.    Thiru P A Ramakrishnan                                Member (Trust Nominee)
      B-32, Anna Nagar East, Chennai – 600 102.

4.    Thiru K A A Jabarullakhan, B.E.                       Member
      No. 8/7, F Type, Sidco Nagar, Villivakkam,
      Chennai – 600 049.

5.    Dr. S Muthu,B.E. M.E., Ph.D.                          Member (Trust Nominee)
      B-622, River Apartments, 4th Main Extension,
      Kotturpuram, Chennai – 600 085.

6.    Thiru. Tushar K. Nath                                 Nominee of GOI
      Director S.R.C., A.I.C.T.E.                           Ex-Officio
      Shastri Bhavan, Chennai-600 006.

7.    Thiru Jathindranath Swain, I.A.S.,                      Ex-Officio Member
      Commissioner of Technical Education, Chennai – 600 025.

8.    Nominee from Anna University, Chennai                 (Awaited)

9.    Dr. K. Sarukesi, B.E.,M.Sc(Engg.), Ph.D. –            Member Secretary
      Principal, Rajalakshmi Engineering College.

Members of Academic Advisory Body :

1     Dr. V. Sankara Narayanan                              CHAIRMAN
      Director,
      Tamil Virtual University,
      Elnet Software City,
      CPT Road, Tharamani,
      Chennai – 600 113.

2.    Dr. P.V. Vaidyanathan                                 MEMBER
      Former Vice-Chancellor, Annamalai University
      C-1, Ashok Enclave,
      18, I Avenue, Ashok Nagar,
      (Opp. Police Training College)
      Chennai – 600 083.
      Resi. Ph : 24746610
      Cell : 94440 – 21099.

3.    Mr. S. Meganathan, B.E.,F.I.E.                        MEMBER
      Chairman,
      Rajalakshmi Engg. College,
      K-67, Anna Nagar East,
      Chennai – 600 102.
      Resi. Ph : 26202756.

4.    Dr. (Mrs). Thangam Meganathan                         MEMBER
      Chairperson,
      Rajalakshmi Engg. College,


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      K-67, Anna Nagar East,
      Chennai – 600 102.
      Resi. Ph : 26202756.

5.    Dr. S. Arumugham                                      MEMBER
      Former Professor, Anna University
      219-B, NGO ‘B’ Colony
      Tirunelveli- 602 007

6.    Dr. R. Balasubramaniam                                MEMBER
      Member of the Syndicate,
      Formerly Professor & Head,
      Dept. of Political Science & Public Administration,
      University of Madras
      Chepauk, Chennai – 600 005.
      Resi. Ph : 24426842
      Off. Ph : 25362244.

7.    Dr. C.R. Muthukrishnan                                MEMBER
      Professor,
      Dept. of Computer Science and Engg.,
      Indian Institute of Technology,
      B-10, Lake View Road,
      I.I.T. Campus, Chennai – 600 113.
      Resi. Ph : 22570536.

8.    Dr. T.V. Subramaniam                                  MEMBER
      Management Consultant,
      33/4, Venkatesan Street,
      T. Nagar, Chennai –600 017.
      Resi. Ph : 24344774

9.    Dr. P. Kaliraj                                        MEMBER
      Professor,
      Centre for Bio Technology,
      Anna University, Guindy Campus,
      Chennai –600 025.
      Cell : 98400 – 41059

10.   Prof. H. Devaraj                                      MEMBER
      Professor, Department of Zoology,
      University of Madras,
      Guindy Campus, Chennai –600 025.
      Resi. Ph : 24419596

11.   Er. S. Jaganathan                                     MEMBER
      Managing Director,
      Teccon Services Ltd.,
      No.8, Mugalivakkam Road,
      Porur, Chennai – 600 116.


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      Resi. Ph : 22522398

12.   Mr. N.Sivaramakrishnan                      MEMBER
      Plot No.1208, 17th Street,
      3rd Sector, Anna Nagar Western Extension,
      Mugapair,
      Chennai – 600 050.
      Resi. Ph : 26250591, 26241304

13.   Mr. Ramalingam Karthikeyan                  MEMBER
      General Manager, Corporate Quality,
      ALSTOM LTD.,
      Old No.12, New No.5,
      Lakshmi Colony, North Crescent Road
      T. Nagar, Chennai – 600 017.
      Phone : 044 - 24317306 (D)
              044 - 24320396 (O)
              044 - 28151782 (H)

14.   Mr. S. Seetharaman                          MEMBER
      Managing Director,
      Super Auto Forge Limited,
      Ekkattuthangal,
      Chennai – 600 097

15.   Dr. S. Muralidharan                         MEMBER
      Senior Vice-President, TQM
      Covansys India Private Limited,
      Unit-13, Block-2, SDF Building,
      Madras Export Processing Zone,
      Chennai – 600 045

16.   Mrs. Kalyani Narayanan,                     MEMBER
      Chief Executive Officer,
      Allfon Systems,
      Chennai – 600 020.

17.   Dr. K. Sarukesi                             MEMBER
      Principal,
      Rajalakshmi Engineering College,
      Thandalam – 602 105.

18.   Dr. N. Renganathan                          CONVENER
      Dean, Humanities and Sciences
      Rajalakshmi Engineering College,
      Thandalam – 602 105.
      Resi. Ph : 22521281




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SPECIAL INVITEES :

1.   Dr. M.C. Ramaswamy
     Director, P.G.Studies(Engg.)
     Dept. of Mechanical Engineering,
     Rajalakshmi Engineering College,
     Thandalam - 602 105.

2.   Mr. P.S. Pandyan,
     Director,
     PG Programmes
     Rajalakshmi Engineering College,
     Thandalam - 602 105.

3.   Dr. K.P. Zacharia
     Dean,
     Dept. of ECE.
     Rajalakshmi Engineering College,
     Thandalam - 602 105.

4.   Prof. V.N. Srinivasan
     Dean,
     Depts. of CSE & IT
     Rajalakshmi Engineering College,
     Thandalam - 602 105.


5.   Dr. S.N. Soundararajan
     Dean,
     Dept. of Management Studies,
     Rajalakshmi Engineering College,
     Thandalam - 602 105.


      Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body
       Board Meeting                 :     Yearly 2 times
       Academic Advisory Body        :     Years 2 times

      Organizational chart and processes :




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Organisational Structure
                                                                     Top Management



                                                                         PRINCIPAL




                             ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER


     Finance     Amenities          Facilities        Students Affairs        Development


                  Transport           Civil              Admission
                                                                                Infrastructure
                                                                                 (Academic)
                   Canteen           Electrical   Fees Dues Collection
                                                                                   AICTE, Anna
                    Stores         Housekeeping   Issue of Certificates &         University, DTE
                                                     Students’Welfare                inspections,
                                                                                affiliation, approval
                Medical Services

                                    Landscaping         Examinations
                                                                                 New Ventures

                                                   Students’ Database

                                                                                                 Data C




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8.4    The Role and Responsibilities of Senior Executives:

CHAIRMAN

The Chairman is engaged in providing long term strategic guidance and direction for the
college. He plans commencement of new courses Increase in the Student intake
allotment expansion infrastructure and other Strategically important matters.

CHAIRPERSON

The Chairperson is In charge of the Academic and Administration task to be done by
the College on a day today basis for the achievement of the Mission and Vision of the
College.

PRINCIPAL

III.       FUNCTIONS, DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF
           PRINCIPAL

1. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE

1.1.   The Principal is the Member Secretary of the Governing Council of the College and it is
       his responsibility to convene, at least, one meeting per semester.

1.2 The Principal should make recommendations for the planning for the future and
               for the development of the institution

1.3 The collection of fees from student, should be monitored by the principal.

1.4 The principal should cause to the preparation of an annual budget and place it
               before the governing council of the college, for approval

1.5    He should monitor the purchase of equipment, consumables and due
             auditing and maintenance of stock registers.

1.6    He should help the creation of necessary infrastructure for a conducive
             atmosphere for education in the campus.

1.7    He should participate in the development of campus in terms of sports
             and extra curricular activities.

1.8    He should ensure the appointment of qualified staff (Both teaching and
             non-teaching) under a transparent system.

1.9    Necessary welfare measures to the staff and students are to be
             recommended by him.


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      1.10     he allocation of duties to various staff, is to be monitored by him.

      1.11     All correspondence within the campus and to outside organizations and the
               University, should go through the Principal.

      1.12     The admission of students, is to be done under a transparent system, adhering to
               the policies and rules specified by the Government and the University, in a
               transparent manner.

2. ACADEMIC

      2.1      The Principal should arrange to plan the various courses to be offered and the
               preparation of course materials
      2.2      The course time-table, staff allocation, staff attendance and syllabus coverage are
               to be supervised by the Principal.
      2.3      He should ensure conducting of internal continuous assessment examinations at
               appropriate periodicity
      2.4      He should provide arrangement for industrial visit and in-plant training for
               students.
      2.5      The students’ projects, progress and the University examinations (theory and
               practical) are to be monitored by him.

3. STUDENTS AFFAIRS

      3.1      He should plan to offer value-added courses, training and placement opportunities
               and educational tour to the students.
      3.2      He should provide avenues for co-curricular, extra-curricular activities,
               professional societies and counselling and guidance programmes to the students.
      3.3      While ensuring strict discipline in the campus, he should also provide for a
               grievances redressal mechanism.
      3.4      He should arrange for the periodical monitoring of students’ attendance and their
               progress in studies and arrange for parents-teachers meeting as and when
               necessary.

4. RESEARCH AND EXTENSION ACTIVITIES

      4.1      The Principal should encourage conducting of seminars and symposia and such
               research-oriented activities in the campus.
      4.2      He should encourage staff to become members of professional bodies.

Administrative Officer

      Administrative Officer looks after the Administrative aspects of the college including

      -     Admissions



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-   Students grievances redressing
-   Provision of services such as infrastructure, Hostel, Canteen, Transport, etc.
-   Liaison with and appraising Parents and Guardians
-   Collection of fees and follow up
-   Liaison with AICTE, Anna University, University of Madras and other Statutory
    bodies
-   Facilitating conduct of Meetings and Functions, Examination, etc.

Accounts Officer

The duties of the Accounts Officer include

-   Maintenance of Vouchers, Records and Accounts
-   Cash Collection and Payments
-   Revenue and Capital Budgeting and monitoring
-   Other related activities

Students Counsellor

The duties of the Students Counsellor, includes, inter alia,

-   Counselling of Students
-   Total Quality Management
-   ISO Certification process, audit, rectification, follow up, etc.
-   Applying for Additional Courses / Enhanced Seats and submitting necessary papers
    in this regard like Compliance Report, Mandatory Disclosure Reports, Rectification
    reports, Liaison, follow up, etc. to AICTE, Anna University and other Authorities


 Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/
  improvements

The method of Management followed in participative Management and the views of
Academicians and Expert Administration and Management are given due consideration.
The Management is dynamic in nature adopting Policies and Practices to suit the
changing environment.

The Class Committee method wherein staff and students are members is effectively
functioning to discuss and solve any issue regarding academics and amenities.

Suggestion and Complaints Box, Periodical Student feedback, Data and need based
Students Counselling are other processes followed to ensure students enjoy the best
Academic services and amenities.




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       Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance

      The method of Management followed in participative Management and the views of
      Academicians and Expert Administration and Management are given due
      consideration. The Management is dynamic in nature adopting Policies and
      Practices to suit the changing environment.

       Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance

            Periodical feedback is obtained from students for mid-course corrections, if
      any needed and an annual feed back is also obtained which forms part of the
      Evaluation Process for Staff members.

       Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students:

             Designated Officers are in place for redressal of grievances of Students.
      Monthly departmental meetings and Staff meetings discuss Staff related issues. A
      separate HR Cell is in place for effective interaction with the staff and for the
      redressal of grievances.

IV.      Programmes

       Name of the Programmes (Full Time) approved by the AICTE.
                                 MBA (Full Time)
       Name of the Programmes (Part Time) approved by the AICTE.
                                  Part Time - Nil
       Name and duration of programme(s), if any, not approved by AICTE and
        being run in the same campus.
                                      Nil

       For each Programme the following details are to be given :

                                                                                      Campus
                                     Cut off Mark /                               placement in last
                 No.                   Rank for                                   three years with
S. Department                                                       Placement
                 of       Duration    Admission          Fee                      minimum salary,
No   Name                                                            Facilities
                Seats                during the last                              maximum salary
                                         2 yrs.                                     and average
                                                                                       salary
                                                                  Computer with
                                                                       LCD,
                                                                 Interview Room,
                                                                 Separate Library,   15 Nos.
1     M.B.A       60       2 Yrs.                      Rs.25,000
                                                                    Journals &      Min. 6,000/-
                                                                    Magazine,      Max – 19,000/-
                                                                    Conference     Ave – 8,000/-
                                                                      Room,



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       Name and duration of programme(s) having affiliation/collaboration with
        Foreign University(s)/Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus
        along with status of AICTE approval.

                                       - Nil -

Details of the Foreign Institution/University:

                Name of the University / Institution
                Address
                Website
                Is the Institution / University Accredited in its Home Country
                Ranking of the Institution / University in the Home Country
                Whether the degree offered is equivalent to an Indian degree?
                 If yes, the name of the agency which has approved equivalence. If
                 no, implications for students in terms of pursuit of higher studies
                 in India and abroad and jobs both within and outside the country.
                Nature of Collaboration
                Conditions of Collaboration
                Complete details of payment a student has to make to get the full
                 benefits of collaboration.

                                 - Not Applicable -

       For each Collaborative / affiliated Programme give the following:

                Programme Focus      :
                Number of seats      :
                Admission Procedure :
                Fee                  :
                Placement Facility   :       Available
                Placement Records for last two years with minimum salary,
                 maximum salary and average salary

                                    - Not Applicable -

       Whether the Collaborative Programme is approved by AICTE? If not
        whether the Domestic / Foreign Institution has applied to AICTE for
        approval as required under notification no. 37-3/Legal/2005 dated 16th
        May, 2005.
                                  - Not Applicable -




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              V.           FACULTY

                         Number of faculty members:
                             Permanent faculty      :              11
                             Visiting faculty       :              3
                             Adjunct faculty        :              -
                             Guest faculty          :              -


                         Profile of each faculty with qualifications, total experience, age and
                          duration of employment at the institute concerned

                   DEPT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, FACULTY PROFILE

           NAME OF THE          QUALIFICATION        DESIGNATION     D-O-JOIN     INDUSTRY    TEACHING     TOTAL
SR.                                                                                                       EXPERIEN
NO           FACULTIES                                                   at REC                              CE
                                                                                  34 YEARS
1       PROF.P.S.PANDYAN         B.Tech, B.L. MBA     DIRECTOR       JUN, 2002    (PUB.ADM)    5 YEARS    39 YEARS
                                  IAS RETIRED                                      & IND.
                                                                                   MGMT
        DR.S.N.SOUNDARA
    2                             PGDM (IIM-A)        DEAN \ HOD     APR,2005     15 YEARS     7 YEARS    22 YEARS
        RAJAN
                                     M.Com.,
    3   MR. T.C.THOMAS             MBA,M.PHIL         ASST. PROF     AUG, 2002     5 YEARS     8 YEARS    13 YEARS
                                 CAIIB, AICWA,
                                   ACS, M.Phil.,
    4   MR. K.SAMPATH KUMAR       M.Com., MBA.,       ASST. PROF    JUNE, 2004    26 YEARS     2 YEARS    28 YEARS
                                  M.Com, MBA,
    5   MR. P. MURUGESAN              M.Phil         SR. LECTURER    JUL, 2005       NIL      18 YEARS    18 YEARS

    6   MR.G.SANKARARAMAN              MBA           SR.LECTURER    JUNE, 2005       NIL      08.5YEARS   08.5YEARS
        MS.M.E.VIJAYA
    7          LAKSHMI             M.Com, MBA         LECTURER       JUNE,2003     4 YEARS     6 YEARS    10 YEARS
        MR V.R.RADHAA             M.Com, MBA,
    8               KRISHNAN          M.Phil          LECTURER       AUG, 2004     8 YEARS     5 YEARS    13 YEARS

    9   MR.M.M. SHANKAR                MBA            LECTURER      JUNE, 2003       NIL       6 YEARS    6 YEARS
                                   M.B.A.,M.A.,
10      MR.N.MUTHU                    M.PHIL          LECTURER      JUNE, 2005     01 YEAR    O9 YEARS    10 YEARS
                                                      TEACHING
11      MR.VIJAY RAO              M.B.A., M.Phil.,    ASSOCIATE     JUNE, 2005      01yr       01YEAR     02YEARS




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                                                    VISITING FACULTY
                                      M.A., MBA., B.L.,      Visiting
12    MR. BALA RAMAN                        D.D.,            Professor        -        32 yrs.      5 yrs.     37 Yrs.
                                           M.Sc.             Visiting
13    Dr. T.V.SUBRAMANIAN            PGDM [IIM A] FPM        Professor                 35Yrs.         -        35Yrs.
                                                             Visiting
14    Mr. S.Ramanathan                 PGDM [IIM A]          Professor        -        25 Yrs.        -        25 Yrs.




                          Number of faculty employed and left during the last two years

                         Faculty       :         17 Nos.
                         Left          :         6 Nos.


                          Profile of Director/Principal with qualifications, total experience, age and
                           duration of employment at the institute concerned.

                 DEPT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, FACULTY PROFILE
                                                                                                             TOTAL
       NAME OF THE                 QUALIFICATION          DESIGNATION    D-O-JOIN    INDUSTRY    TEACHING    EXPERIEN
SR.
NO     FACULTIES                                                         at REC                              CE
                                                                                     34 YEARS
1      PROF.P.S.PANDYAN            B.Tech, B.L. MBA        DIRECTOR      JUN, 2002   (PUB.ADM)   5 YEARS     39 YEARS
                                   IAS RETIRED                                       & IND.
                                                                                     MGMT




                          Whether student assessment of faculty is in force.
                                                     - Yes -

              VI.           FEE

                          Details of fee, as approved by State Fee Committee, for the Institution.
                                                       Rs.25,000/-
                          Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme.
                                                      Per semester
                          Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students.
                                     Partial Waiver of Tution fees for one year to two years

                          Number of scholarships offered by the institute with the name of
                           students, duration and amount.
                                    List Enclosed


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         Criteria for fee waivers/scholarships.
             Merit and Economic backgoround
         Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels.
                                     Rs.24,000/-


VII.       ADMISSION

         Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval.
                    Copy of Approval enclosed
         Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the
          last two years.
                    List Enclosed
         Number of applications received during last two years.
                    List Enclosed.

VIII.      ADMISSION PROCEDURE

         Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test
          Agency and its URL (website).
                                 MAT / STATE TEST
         Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates CAT, MAT,
          XAT, JMET, ATMA, CET, JEE (State conducted tests / University tests).
                            STATE CONDUCTED TESTS
         Calendar:
              Last date for request for applications.     :      July 2005
              Last date for submission of application :          August 2005
              Dates for Group Discussion (GD) / Interviews : August 2005
              Dates for announcing final results :        August 2005
              Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be
                announced on the same day)
                                           August 2005
              Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case
                be less then 15 days)
                                       August 31st 2005
              Last date for closing of admission. :       September 1st week
              Starting of the Academic session. :         September 1st week
              The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of
                main list
                                              Not Applicable
              The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be
                clearly notified.
                          As per Anna University Regulations




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IX.       CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION

        Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test,
         GD, Interview etc.
           50 % Academic, 20 % Test, 20 % GD and 10 % Interview
        Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any, for any criteria.
                                       45 %
        Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores (section-wise
         and/or total as case may be) of the candidates in the admission test who
         are called for GD/ Interview
                                       45 %
        Mention last two years cut-off percentage & percentile (section-wise
         and/or total as the case may be) of the candidates called for GD /
         Interview.
                                       45 %
        Display marks scored in Test, GD, and Interview etc. and in aggregate for
         all candidates who come for GD/Interview etc.
                                Displayed in the Website

Item No I - IX must be given in information brochure and must be hosted
as fixed content in the website of the Institution.


The Website must be dynamically updated with regard to X –XIII.

X.        APPLICATION FORM

        Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities.
                        Available in our college website

XI.       LIST OF APPLICANTS

        List of candidates whose applicable have been received along with
         percentile/percentage score for each of the qualifying examination in
         separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who have applied
         along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats.
                              Displayed in the website

XII.      CRITERIA FOR GD / PERSONAL INTERVIEW

        Norms adopted for calling the candidates for Group Discussion/Personal
         Interview. (It has to be strictly in order of merit.)
             Communication skills, and Interest in the course.

        Attributes for evaluation in GD/Interview.




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   Communication, General Knowledge, Attitude, Interest and Personality
XIII.  RESULTS

Batch 1       :      2002-2004            52.72 %
2 UNIVERSITY RANKS :
1.     Ms.S.Gomathy University II rank- 84%
2.     Ms.P.Prathipa University IX rank- 81%


Batch II:            2003-2005:    :      51 %


        Composition of evaluation team with the brief profiles of members (This
         information be made available in the public domain after the admission
         process is over)

              Based on the Marks in Qualifying Examination and Marks in
              Approved Entrance Examination.

        Score of the individual candidates called for Group Discussion and
         Interview in each of the components including the test and in total,
         arranged in order of merit.
                               Displayed in the website

        List of candidates who have been offered admission in each category.
                                   Displayed in the website
        Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the
         last date of joining of the first list candidates, category wise.
                                   Not Applicable
        List of the candidates who joined within the date vacancy position in each category
         before operation of waiting list.
                                   Not Applicable




     Note: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract
           appropriate penal action.


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