Calicut University Centralized Admissions Process (CAP) UG 2018 – Calicut University has released notification for admission to the Under Graduate Programmes in the affiliated colleges of University of Calicut for the academic year 2018-2019. Interested candidates can read the complete detail regarding Calicut University Centralized Admissions Process (CAP) UG 2018 such as application form, eligibility criteria, selection process etc. on this page.

Latest: The registration process for CAP 2018 has been started. Candidates are required to login to the link given below in order to get themselves registered in time.

Calicut University Centralized Admissions Process (CAP) 2018

The Centralized Admission Process (CAP) offers facility for online submission of application to various colleges and programmes/courses. Students can opt 20 programme/courses of their choice on priority basis from the affiliated colleges through simple online steps available in CAP (website www.cuonline.ac.in). The candidates can register online through the Nodal Centres functioning in all affiliated colleges , Akshaya Centres, Friends, firms providing INTERNET facilities or directly from home.

Application Form

The Online registration of Calicut University Centralized Admissions Process (CAP) UG 2018 is available on the official website as per schedule date. Students rae suggested to apply in time as the last date to register is May 31,2018. The Online registration through Centralised Admission Process is to be conducted in Single stage.

Events Dates
Registration last date
31 May 2018
Fee payment last date
30 May 2018

Apply online: Click here to register for the CAP 2018.

Instructions for Applying through CAP

The admission through Centralised Admission process to First year Degree programmes will be conducted in TWO Continuous phases.

  • Phase 1: Fee Payment.
  • Phase 2: Submission of Application

Visit www.cuonline.ac.in-Select UG Registration-Login with CAP ID, registration number and password. The application submission is done in Four Part.

Part 1: Photo Upload ( Passport size photograph in ‘.jpg’ format with a size between 20KB and 40 KB (150 px to 200 px )

Part 2: Student Profile

Basic Details : Enter the details in the blank fields.

Personal Details:

  • Utmost care should be taken while entering reservation details. Opt only the eligible reservations otherwise admission will be denied.
  • Those who apply for the seats reserved for BPL category among forward communities should submit the order No, date of order and details of issuing authority.
  • Weightage: Enter the eligible bonus/weightage if any

The details entered can be edited. To move to the next part CLICK “SAVE /PROCEED” BUTTON.

Part 3: Qualification Details

Enter number of chances taken to pass the qualifying examinations. 10 marks will be reduced for each additional chances taken to pass the qualifying examination subject to a maximum of 25 marks.

  • Specify the Board/University of the qualifying examinations.
  • Enter the stream of study of the Qualifying examinations, if necessary (Science,Humanities, Commerce).
  • If the marks are displayed automatically verify; otherwise enter the marks.
  • Utmost care should be taken while entering the marks

Admission Process

The candidates admitted other than through allotment should also compulsorily remit mandatory fee

First Allotment: The First allotment has been published on the scheduled date. All candidates received allotment should remit mandatory fee to claim their allotment. The candidates failing to remit mandatory fee will lose allotment received and will not be considered for further allotments. The candidates satisfied with the allotment received shall cancel all their higher options. . In case the higher options are not canceled the candidate will be considered for the higher options and will be bound to relinquish the previous allotment and must take admission to the allotment received to their higher options.

Second Allotment: The Second allotment has been published on the scheduled date. All candidates received allotment for the first time should remit mandatory fee to claim their allotment. Candidates already remitted mandatory fee after the first allotment need not pay the mandatory fee again. The candidates failing to remit mandatory fee will lose allotment received and will not be considered for further allotments. The candidates satisfied with the allotment received shall cancel all their higher options. In case the higher options are not cancelled the candidate will be considered for the higher options and will be bound to relinquish the previous allotment and must take admission to the allotment received to their higher options.

Third Allotment: The Third allotment has been published on the scheduled date. All candidates received allotment for the first time should remit mandatory fee to claim their allotment. Candidates already remitted mandatory fee after the first and second allotment need not pay the mandatory fee again.

Fourth Allotment: The Fourth allotment has been published on the scheduled date. All candidates received allotment for the first time should remit mandatory fee to claim their allotment. Candidates already remitted mandatory fee after the first, second and third allotment need not pay the mandatory fee again. he candidates failing to remit mandatory fee will lose allotment received and will not be considered for later admissions.

Permanent and Temporary Admissions : After Fourth allotment all candidates should take permanent admissions to the colleges allotted.

  • Permanent Admission : The candidates receiving allotments for the first options and those candidates are satisfied with the allotment received in any of the allotments can take permanent admissions to the respective colleges. After Fourth allotment all candidates should take permanent admissions to the colleges allotted. In case the higher options are not canceled the candidate will be considered for the higher options and will be bound to relinquish the previous allotment and must take admission to the allotment received to their higher options.
  • Temporary Admissions : After third allotment all candidates who have received allotment but not satisfied with their current allotment and willing to be considered for higher option shall take Temporary Admission. These, candidates will be considered for their higher options. The candidates taking temporary admissions need not remit any fee or submit any certificates to the college.

Courses Information

Colleges affiliated to the University of Calicut, including 50% of seats set apart for Merit Admission in the Self Financing colleges and Self Financing programmes/ courses in Aided colleges provide admission to merit seats in the programmes/courses in Arts and Science. Which are being conducted through Centralized Admission Process (CAP).

The following programmes/courses are not included in Centralised Admission Process.

  1. All Under Graduate programmes/courses with Entrance Examination
  2. Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology
  3. BSc Nursing
  4. BSc Medical Laboratory Technology
  5. BSc Medical Microbiology
  6. BSc Medical Biochemistry
  7. B.Voc
  8. All UG/PG Programmes for which affiliation orders are issued after the commencement of online registration
  9. PG Diploma/Certificate Courses

All Calicut University Admissions

Advertisements

Leave a Reply