Admission Process
  • A month before the publication of XII results the prospectus is issued.
  • Filled-in applications are submitted to the college office for scrutinizing.
  • The admission committee meets a week prior to the beginning of admissions.
  • Process of selection of students is done based on merit and with a consideration for the students of tribal communities.
  • Economic status of students is also considered in deserving cases.
  • There is no common admission test conducted by the state. It is left to the discretion of the management to ensure the proper process of admission.
  • Most of the students who are qualified for admission to any of the courses offered by the college are accepted to the College after a personal interview and counseling as per the availability of seats.
  • An entrance exam through a questionnaire and essay writing is conducted to know the level of English proficiency, as Holy Cross College is an English Medium College.
  • The interest of the students to study is given a lot of weightage at the time of admissions.
  • Many students are given scholarship and exempted from tuition fees either 100%, 50% or 25% as per case in order to make studies affordable to needy and deserving students.
  • Fees are remitted immediately after the admissions.
  • The students who do not get the subject they applied for are kept in the waiting list.
  • In case there is vacancy there is transfer of students from one Deptt. to another.
  • The following certificates also have to be produced along with photocopies.
  1. Transfer Certificate from the school last attended.
  2. Plus two or Equivalent Marks Card.
  3. Conduct Certificate.
  4. Migration Certificate