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(i) Academic
Candidates should have passed the higher secondary examinations of the Government of Kerala or any other course treated as equivalent thereto with Physics,Chemistry as compulsory subjects and Biology/Maths/Biotechnology or Computer Science as optional subjects and 50% marks aggregate for all the 3 subjects put together.However candidates whohave passed their qualifying examination from outside the state of Kerala shall produce the certificate of recognition and qquivalency of qualifying examination from any one of the universities in Kerala.This should be furnished at the time of admission.Eligibility for admission to the candidates belonging to OBC,OEC,SC/ST will be as per the requirements of the concerned Universities.

(ii) Age
Applicants should have completed 17 years of age on 31-12-2011.
Self attested copy of relevant page of school record namely SSLC/CBSE/ICSC certificate showing the date of birth/copy of the birth certificate from appropriate authority should be furnished along with the application.

(iii) Nationality
Candidates must be citizens of India.


Application Forms
The application form together with the information brochure can be obtained from any of the member colleges of the Association, on payment of Rs. 500/- by cash or by sending Rs.525/- by way of DD favouring the KSSBCMA ,payable at Chalakudy and to such candidates application form and prospectus will be sent by post.Request for application form by post should reach the office of the Controller Section and Admissions at Chalakudy .A candidate need buy only one application form and he can submit his preferential options in the format provided.

Submission of Application Form
Filled application form together with all the required documents should reach the Controller of Selection and Admissions at the following address.

St.James Medical Academy, Chalakudy - 680 307, Thrissur Dist.

List of self attested copies of following certificate / documents to be submitted with the application
1. 12th / 10th certificate in proof of the date of birth.
2. Mark list of qualifying examination.
3. Caste Certificate.
4. Candidates should enclose a self attested envelope (25x12 cm size) with Indian postage stamp / stamps for UCP worth Rs.7/- with set of application form.
i. Applications received late will not be accepted.
ii. Incomplete applications will be rejected.
iii. Candidates should not enclose any original certificate along with the application.


Preparation of common Merit list and Allotment of candidates:
Admissions will be done on the basis of marks obtained by candidates in the qualifying examination as mentioned below.
The marks obtained by the candidates in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by various Boards or authority of other states shall be equated with the marks obtained by the candidates in the same subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by the Director of HSE, Kerala. Marks obtained by the candidates under various streams of examinations such as HSE in Kerala/CBSE/ICSE etc. will be subject to the process of normalisation.
Explanation:Under the method of normalisation , the highest mark obtained by students of various Boards in each subject shall be equated to the highest mark obtained by the students of the Kerala Higher Secondary examination in that subject and the relative marks obtained by other students in that subject shall be determined accordingly.
Illustration:If the highest marks secured by the student of the Kerala state HSE, in Physics is 100 and the highest mark secured by a student on any other board in the same subject is 90, both the highest marks will be considered to be equal to 100, if a student of the other board secures 60 marks in Physics when the highest marks in Physics in the same board is 90, the 60 marks will be considered to be equal to 66.66 marks as arrived at below:
100 x 60 / 90 = 66.66%
Those candidates who have passed the qualifying examination of any state other than Kerala, will be treated at par with those students who have passed the Higher Secondary Exam of this state.


i. 5% of the seats in each College will be reserved to SC/ST candidates in the ration 4:1.
ii. If sufficient candidates are not available for the reserved seats, the vacant seats will be reverted to the open merit.
iii. Minority institutions will have the freedom to fix appropriate reservations to their community.
iv. Fee Concession
Fee concession will be given subject to a maximum of 50% of the fees payable by other regular candidates in the respective Colleges, to candidates whose family income is less than Rs.10000/- per month.This benefit will be given to a maximum of 10% of the total sanctioned intake of the College and subject to the passing of all continued examinations and continued good conduct.The Management will have the freedom to verify the family income and if found incorrect appropriate action deemed fit will be taken by the management.


A common rank list of all the candidates appeared for examination, will be published on the website.
i. In the case of a tie in the total marks, the marks in Chemistry in the qualifying examination will be counted. If there is still a tie,the marks in physics will be counted.If a tie still exists, the age of the candidate will be taken into account , the elder preferred to the younger.
ii. Furnishing false information / particulars would result in the forfeiture of the candidature as well as cancellation of admission to the course, and in addition, will attract the relevant provisions of criminal law of the land.
iii. Seats lying vacant after the date fixed for the completion of admission will be treated as lapsed seats and can be filled up by the respective Colleges from among the application received from the eligible candidates.
iv. Allotment to individual colleges will be made by the Association, on the basis of the preferential options of candidate.


i. Originals of all certificates / documents enclosed with the application should be submitted at the time of admission to the respective Colleges.
ii. The candidate shall pay full fees at the time of admission.
iii. The responsibility of the Association and office of the Controller of Selection and admissions is limited to the conduct of the Selection and Admission Procedure, publication of the ranks secured by each candidate, preparation of common merit list and allotment of the candidate to the respective College.
iv. Physical fitness certificate, conduct certificate and transfer certificate originals should be submitted at the time of admission to the respective colleges.


Fees paid will be refunded as per AICTE norms.
In the case of SC/ST candidates, they should remit their fee to the concerned colleges at the time of admission.The same will be refunded in case the Govt. pay the fees to the college or assure the payment of the same.


i. No request for change of selection processes will be entertained, nor the Controller of Selection and Admissions will entertained enquiries with regard to date of publication of the results.
ii. If any candidate discontinues the course after closing of admissions as notified by the Controller of the Selections and admissions, the candidate has to pay liquidated damages to the tune of full fee of the course.


iii. Ragging in any form which includes harassment by word, action, gesture, intimidation, coercion, physical or mental insult / assault, teasing etc. which are capable of causing mental / physical stress or moral torture or agony to other students or staff inside / outside the premises of the College or hostel etc. is strictly coming under the word Ragging and is prohibited in all the member colleges. All the member colleges are committed to abolish Ragging in their campuses.Hence, any student who indulges in any form of Ragging will be subject to penal action as per provisions of law.Students and parents shall at the time of admission furnish an Affidavit to the effect that the student shall not indulge in any form of Ragging.
iv. Use of mobile phone by students is prohibited in the campus of all colleges of the Association.Any violation will lead to disciplinary action as deemed fit will be taken by the College authorities.
v. No mark will be allotted for interview.
vi. Every student is required to adhere strictly to the code of conduct and discipline of the institution to which he / she is admitted.