MG University CAP

 Mahatma Gandhi University introduced the Centralised Allotment Process (CAP) in the academic year 2010-2011. The greatest advantage of CAP is that the applicants need to submit only one application online for admission to any number of Colleges/Programmes. In this way, they are able to save valuable time, energy and money. The applicants can also track the status of their applications from time to time. Thus, an excellent opportunity to choose the Programme/College of their choice in a hassle-free manner is open to the applicants. The decisive factors in the allotment for an applicant to a given Programme/College are the options submitted, academic record and other socially determined norms applicable. First of all, the marks /grades secured by a candidate at the +2 level decide the eligibility for admission to UG programmes. Under the Pre-CAP system, the applicants were to visit various institutions for the submission of applications and to keep in contact with them to get updates on the progress of admission procedure. CAP, on the other hand, opened a single window eliminating wastage of time, effort and money, besides minimising the element of anxiety from the point of the applicant.

For admission to programmes conducted in autonomous colleges affiliated to MG University (SB College, Changanacherry, Maharajas College, Ernakulam, SH College, Thevara, St Teresa's College, Ernakulam & Rajagiri College of Social Sciences, Kakkanadu), candidates should approach the autonomous colleges concerned.

Prospectus

Prospectus for admission to UG programmes through CAP 2015

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Instructions in Malayalam

Instructions in Malayalam

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