Association of the Managements of SELF FINANCING NURSING COLLEGES OF KERALA
Publication of details on the website : 5th July 2011
Last date for notifying entry errors, if any, by candidates : 10th July 2011
Publication of merit list on the Website : 8th July 2011
Publication of merit list on the Website : 15th July 2011
Commencement of Centralised Counselling & Admission* : 20th July 2011
Procedure of Selection
Preparation of common Merit list and Allotment of Seats:
Subject to any orders that may be passed by competent Courts, admission will be only on the basis of inter-se merit on the basis of the marks obtained in the Physics, Chemistry and Biology / equivalent subjects in the qualifying examination. The marks obtained for the qualifying exam will be subjected to the normalisation process as explained below: This process will be done taking into consideration the marks of those candidates who apply pursuant to this prospectus only.
The marks obtained by the students in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by various boards or authority shall be equated with the marks obtained by the students in the same subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by the Director of HSE, Kerala, by adopting the method of normalization.
Explanation:- Under the method of normalisation, the highest mark obtained by the 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 mark secured by the student of the Kerala state HSE, in Physics is 100 and the highest mark secured by a student of 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 mark 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 appeared for the qualifying exam of any state other than Kerala, will be treated at par with those students who have passed the Higher Secondary Exam of this state.
Percentage of seats set apart under various heads Details of seat allocation under various categories are mentioned in the respective pages allotted to each college in the Annexure B series of this prospectus.
Furnishing of false information/particulars would result in the forfeiture of the candidature as well as cancellation of admission to the course if admitted and in addition, will attract the relevant provisions of criminal law of the land.
Data Verification: The details of all applications including marks etc. will be published on the website of the association immediately after the last date of application. Candidates are directed to verify the details and notify entry mistakes, if any, within the stipulated date. No further request for corrections or changes in the data furnished will be entertained.
In the case of a tie in the total marks, the marks in Biology in the qualifying examinations will count. If there is still a tie the marks in Chemistry and then Physics will be counted. If a tie still exists, the age of the candidate will be taken into account, the elder will be preferred to the younger.
A common merit list for all the colleges will be published in the website of the association and notice board of the participating colleges along with category-wise merit list.
The candidates will be called for personal counselling in the order of their merit. They have the opportunity to file their college option at the time of personal counselling.
If a seat in the desired college or alternative college is available either in open merit or other eligible categories an allotment order of issued.
If allotment is received the candidates will have to join the college immediatley by remitting the fees payable to that college as indicated in the respective pages in the Annexure-B. Hostel fees, special fees etc. shall be paid by the students before commencement of the classes. All fees shall be paid by way of DD in favour of AMSFNCK and original certificates.
The candidates will have the option to file higher option at the venue of counselling.
There will not be any reservation for OBC/SEBC/OEC candidates. But since they are eligible for relaxation of marks for the purpose of eligibility, they should produce their community certificate to claim the said relaxation.
On higher option, if a candidate is allotted to a different college other than a college of 1st allotment and if the fee payable at the latter college is higher than the fee already paid, the difference will have to paid to the college of final allotment. All such payments should be in favour of the Association. Likewise, if the fee paid to the college of first allotment is higher than the fee payable to the college of final allotment, the difference in fee will be either refunded after taking final admissions or will be adjusted towards tuition fee for subsequent years.