SEATS FOR HIGHER STUDIES AVAILABLE AT MAINLAND

Post matric (SSLC/SSC) courses

Diploma Courses:

Diploma in Civil Engineering

Diploma in Electronics Engineering

Diploma in Electrical Engineering

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

Diploma in Electrical & Electronics

Diploma in Electronics & Communication

Diploma in Printing Technology

 ITI Courses:

ITI Automobile Mechanic

ITI Draftsman Civil

ITI Draftsman Mechanical

ITI Electrician

ITI Electronics

ITI Fitter

ITI Turner

ITI Welder

ITI Wireman

 Certificate Courses:

Certificate Courses in Hotel Management

Certificate Courses in Mate Fishing Vessel

Certificate Courses in Engine Driver Fishing Vessel

Certificate Courses in Library Science

Certificate Courses in Hindi Teachers Training

Certificate Courses in Shore Mechanic

Paramedical Courses:

Junior Health Inspector

Health Worker

Junior Health Nursing

Massager

Diploma in Ayurveda Pharmacy

 Post Pre-degree (PDC/+2) Courses

Computer Science Technology Engineering/Science & Engineering

Electronics Engineering

Civil Engineering

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Electronics & Communication Engineering

Architecture

Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Technology

Information Science & Technology

Chemical Engineering

B.Sc. Dairy Technology

B.Sc. Agriculture Engineering

MBBS

BDS

B.V.Sc.

BAMS

B.Sc. Agriculture

B.F.Sc.

BHMS

LLB 5 years course

B.Sc. Co-operation & Banking

B.Sc. Nursing

B.Com.

B.Sc. (Physiotherapy)

B.Sc. Mathematics

B.Sc. Physics

B.Sc. Chemistry

B.Sc. Zoology

B.Sc. Botony

B.Sc. Geology

B.Sc. Statistics

B.Sc. Home Science

B.Sc. Information Technology

B.Sc. Computer Science

B.Sc. Environment & Water Management

B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry

B.Sc. Electronics

B.Sc. Bio-Chemistry

B.A. English

B.A. Malayalam

B.A. Hindi

B.A. Arabic

B.A. History

B.A. Economics

B.A. Political Science

B.A. Geography

B.A. Sociology

 

B.A. Phylosophy

B.A. Music

Certificate Courses

Certificate Course in Teacher Training

Certificate Course in Coir Technology

 Paramedical Courses

 Dental Hygenic

Dental Mechanic

Diploma in Pharmacy

Refractionist

Radiological Assistant

Medical Laboratory Technology

Ophthalmic Assistant

Diploma Course

Diploma in Hotel Management

Post Graduate Courses

M.Com.

Batchelor of Library & Information Science (BLIS)

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

M.A. History

M.A. Malayalam

M.A. Arabic

M.A. English

M.A. Anthropology

M.A. Hindi

M.A. Economics

M.Sc. Agriculture

M.Sc. Zoology

M.Sc. Chemistry

M.Sc. Life Science

M.Sc. Mathematics

M.Sc. Physics

M.Sc. Statistics

M.Sc. Botany

M.C.A

Master of Physical Education & Sports

M.Ed.

Mass Communication (MCJ)

M.D. Ayurveda

B.Ed.

RULES FOR SELECTING CANDIDATES FOR NOMINATIONS AGAINST SEATS    RESERVED BY THE ADMINISTRATION FOR HIGHER STUDIES

 1. The following rules shall be applicable for the selection of candidates for nominations to all categories of higher studies including Degree Courses but excluding MBBS.

2. Definitions:

(i)                 Registration Officer means an officer so notified by the Administrator under clause 5 (i). Ward means son, daughter or legally adopted son or daughter and that not include any other dependent.

Invitation of Applications:

3. The Director of Education shall invite applications for nomination of candidates for all categories of higher stdies i.e. Degree/Professional courses by a notification as far as possible not later than last week of December of the year preceding the year of nomination.

Explanations: For example notification inviting applications for nomination for higher studies for the academic year 1988-89 will be published by the last week of December, 1987.

4. (i) The notification will be published in all the islands and given wide publicity.

    (ii) The notifications shall include the names of all courses for which seats are likely to be got reserved by the Administration.

Submission of Applications:

5. (i) All applications to be duly filled in Form-A, are to be submitted to the Registration Officer on   or before 31st March of the year. Each application shall be registered and the registration number will be given to the applicant.

(ii) The applicant may furnish up to ten choices in the order of his/her preferences for consideration selection and the nomination out of the list of courses notified under clause 4 (ii). Each application shall be entitled to fill up and submit only one application. If any candidate submits more than one application only the last application submitted by him before the last date stipulated for receiving applications will be considered.

6. The Registration Officer shall maintain register in Form-B where in each application shall be entered as soon as it is received and accepted.

7. All the applications received with in the due date will be compiled by Registration Officer in Form-B and published on the notice board of the Registration Officer at least by 3rd of April of the year of selection.

8. All applications in original will be sent by the Registration Officer to the Director of Education so as to reach him on or before 10th April.

9. (i) The Director of Education will scrutinize all the applications and compile the list of applications, three copies which will be signed by all the members of the committee for selecting candidates for nomination against the reserved seat as notified under clause 13.

(ii) One copy of the list so signed shall be submitted to the chairman of the committee for his record. Second copy of the list shall be the office copy of the Director of Education and the third copy of the list shall be published on the notice board of Director of Education. (This work should be completed by 20th of the April of the year as far as possible)

Submission of mark sheets:

10. (i) All the applicants who have applied with in the due date and have received their acknowledgement from the Registration Officer shall submit an attested copy of the mark sheet to the director of education within 15 days of declaration of the qualifying examinations result.

(ii) The candidate shall mention their registration number of the application on the attested mark list.

11. (i) The Director of Education shall soon after date of submission of the mark sheet is over incorporate the mark obtained in his records and shall publish general mark list.

(ii)                The general merit list will be displayed on the notice board of the Director of Education.

(iii)              Such application shall be done within 7 days of the last date for submission of mark sheet.

Availability of seats:

12. The latest position of availability of seat for nominations under various courses shall be displayed on the notice board of the Director of Education at all times after 1st March of the year. Allotments received subsequently shall be put on the notice board immediately.

Acceptance of Nominations:

13. (i) The Administrator shall appoint a committee for selecting candidates for nominations consisting of a chairman, member secretary and other members.

(ii) The Director of Education shall be a special invitee to the committee in case he is not appointed to the committee.

(iii)The committee shall take decisions regarding selection of candidates against each category of courses during a meeting only. No decision on selection and nomination shall be taken by circulation of files unless permitted by the chairman of the committee.

14.  Duly drawn up merit list for each course of higher studies with all relevant documents shall be placed before the committee by Director of Education.

15. (i) Nominations for open merit shall be accepted first from amongst candidates listed under sub clause (iii) of this rule.

      (ii) The number of seats to be filled on the basis of open merit shall be determined in the following manner.

(a)    If the number of seats is 3 or less, then none.

(b)   If the number of seats is 4 or more then 7% of the seats in each category of the courses, but not less than one.

(iii) Only the wards of the following categories of the employees as well as candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes who are residents of Lakshadweep shall be considered for selection on the basis of open merit:

(a)    Eligible candidates in the category of Scheduled Tribes who are natives of Lakshadweep.

(b)   Wards of the employees of Lakshadweep Administration and wards of employees of such organization which are working under Lakshadweep Administration provided that such wards should have studied in a school situated in the islands for a total period of three years and should also have passed either SSLC or PDC through school or college in Lakshadweep or situated at his place of posting under the Lakshadweep Administration.

(c)    Applicants who are residents of Lakshadweep and whose at least one parent belongs to Scheduled Tribe of Lakshadweep provided such candidates has studied at school situated in the islands for a period of not less than 5 years and has passed the qualifying examination through such school/college.

16.  (i) After the nomination on open merit have been accepted the remaining seats shall be offered to   local Scheduled Tribe candidates in the order of merit.

       (ii) After the nominations under clause 16 (i) have been finalized and if there are any seats left these shall be offered to such candidates who are residents of Lakshadweep and whose at least one parent belongs to Scheduled Tribe of Lakshadweep provided such candidates have studied at a school situated in the islands for a period not less than five years and has passed his SSLC/PDC Examination through such school/college. Seats will be allotted as per merit.

       (iii) After nominations under clause 15, 16 (i)  and 16 (ii) have been accepted and if there are still any seats left, these will be offered to the wards of employees of Lakshadweep Administration provided that they satisfy the conditions laid down in rule 15 (iii) (b). Seats shall be allotted as per merit.

       (iv) After the nominations under clause 15, 16, 16 (ii) and 16 (iii) have been accepted and if there are still any seats left, these shall be offered to be the following categories of candidates in priority as per merit provided they studied at least one year in a school/college situated in the islands.

(a)    Wards of employees on deputation to Lakshadweep Administration and having their headquarters in the island.

(b)   Central Government employees having their headquarters in the islands.

(v) If after the above allotment, there are still some seats left vacant these shall be allotted on merit to wards of employees of Lakshadweep Administration.

(vi) If there are still some seats left vacant, these shall be offered to wards of employees of other organization like Central Government Office, Public Sector undertaking etc. having their headquarters in the islands.

17.  The recommendation of the committee for the acceptance of nominations shall be treated as final     unless ordered differently by the Administrator at any given time.

18.  Appellate authority on any matters connected with the selection and nomination of candidates will be the Administrator and the decision of the Administrator shall be final.

19. Candidates who have passed qualifying examination in a year prior to the year of selection shall be eligible to apply for selection of the current year. However such candidates are advised to keep in mind the scholarship Rule (cl.4) issued by Ministry of Education orders F.No. 38/8/64 SE 2 dated 25.7.1964 applicable to candidates seeking admission to the professional course or otherwise….to such of the candidates who may be undergoing any other course at the time of applying now.

                                                                                                            Sd/

                                                                                                K.K.SHARMA

                                                                                    Collector Cum Development Commissioner

 

Amendment to the Rules

             The Administrator is pleased to make the following amendments to the Rules for selecting candidates for nominations against the seats reserved by the Administration for higher studies, namely:-

(1)   In Rule 13, after the existing entry in clause (iii), the following provisos shall be inserted, namely:-

“ Provided that the committee may, if feasible, after giving call notice for personal appearance sufficiently in advance indicating place, date and time, conduct counselling of candidates in the order of merit.

Provided further that the candidates so appearing for the counselling shall not be eligible for any TA/DA.”

(2)   In Rule 16, for the existing clauses (iv), (v) and (vi), the following clause (iv) shall be substituted, namely:-

“ (iv) After the nominations under clause 16 (iii) have been accepted and if there are still any seats left, these shall be offered, in the order of merit, to the wards of employees of Lakshadweep Administration including deputationists; and employees of other organisations like Central Government Officers, Public Sector undertakings etc. having their headquarters in Lakshadweep:

Provided that such wards have studied at least one year in a school/college situated in Lakshadweep.

Provided further that if there are still any seat left, these shall be offered in the order of merit to the wards of employees of Lakshadweep Administration.”

This Notification shall come into force with immediate effect.

                                                Sd/

                                          (T.M.Balakrishnan)

                                          Secretary (Education)

                                          For Administrator.


MBBS SEATS

RULES FOR SELECTION OF CANDIDATES FOR MBBS SEATS

ALLOCATED BY THE GOVT. OF INDIA TO U.T.OF LAKSHADWEEP

1.0.0         The basic criterion for selection of candidates shall be a competative selection examination and the merit list made there upon.

2.0.0        DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS

The total number of seats will be distributed among the candidates according to the rank list prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in the selection examination and also proportionately according to the population in the union territory as specified below:

2.1.0        45% of the total seat (or the nearest whole number: 5 seats if the total alloted seats are 10) are reserved for candidates belonging to the scheduled tribes of Lakshadweep.

2.2.0        The remaining 55% (or the nearest whole number: 5 seats if the total alloted seats are 10) will be considered open merit seats and will be alloted as follows:

2.2.1        45% (or the nearest whole number: 4 seats if the total alloted seats are 10) exclusively for the natives of Lakshadweep.

2.2.2        10% (or the nearest whole number, subject to a minimum of 1 seat) for the wards of non-islanders as explained in para 3.3.3 and 3.3.4.

2.3.0        The allotment from the rank list will be made in the following priority.

1.      45% to the open merit rank holders out of the native  island candidates, in the order of their merit

2.      45% to the  rank holders out of schedule tribe candidates of the islands, in the order of their merit (only a single merit list will be prepared in respect of category (1) and (2) above.

3.      10% to the top non-islander candidate in the order of merit (for which a separate list will be prepared)

2.3.1        In the case of tie the marks obtained the candidate who is senior in age will be considered first for allotment.

2.4.0        Wait list will also be prepared in the two categories separately of natives and non-islanders for any possible vacant seat (s) for the year.

3.0.0        ELIGIBILITY  CONDITIONS

The eligibility conditions to appear in the entrance examination will be as follows:

3.1.0        Strictly according to the eligibility conditions prescribed by the Govt. of India/State Govt./ the respective medical college to which the candidates are alloted. (the conditions will be published at the time of inviting applications as in para 7.0.0)

3.2.0        Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination in more than two attempts will not be eligible.

3.3.0        Candidates should belong to one of the following categories:

For seats alloted to islanders:

3.3.1        Eligible candidates in the category of scheduled tribes of Lakshadweep

3.3.2        Applicants who are natives of Lakshadweep and / or whose at least one parent belongs to the U.T of Lakshadweep.

For seats alloted to the non-islanders:

3.3.3        Wards of employees of Lakshadweep Administration, wards of employees of such organisations which are working for an /or under Lakshadweep Administration and wards of central government employees working in the islands provided the employee has been working for a minimum period of 2 years. Also provided that the wards shall have studied in the islands for a minimum period of 2  years and also passed the qualifying examination through  a school/college in Lakshadweep. This includes wards of such employees retiring from service in the same academic year.

Not withstanding the above in the case an employee working in an office of Lakshadweep Administration on the mainland, the above condition of having studied for 2 years and having passed the qualifying examination through a school/college in Lakshadweep shall not apply.

3.3.4        ‘Ward’ means only son (s) , daughter (s) legally adopted son (s) and daughter (s)

4.0.0        Selection examination and preparation of merit list:

The selection examination will be held either by department of education or by any established agency (approved by the Administration) briefed and engaged by the department on its behalf.

If any agency is engaged, it will conduct the selection examination, evaluate the answer sheet, prepare the merit list  (both open and reserved) as directed by the department and forward the merit list to the department with in the stipulated time.

Only those applications fulfilling all the eligibility conditions, complete in all respects and submitted by the prescribed last date will be considered for the selection examination.

Any attempt to influence the functioning of the selection processs in any way, or any misconduct or malpractices during the selection examination will disqualify the candidate from being considered for selection.

5.0.0        In case a selected candidate does not accept the offer or fails to join the college by the prescribed date, his nomination will be treated as cancelled and the vacancy will be offered to the candidate on the respective waiting  list strictly in the order of merit, keeping in view the admission requirements of the Medical College concerned.

6.0.0        No relaxation will be given in the matter of age limits.(minimum or maximum)

7.0.0        Each year notice inviting applications for the selection Examination will be issued by the Director of          Education

8.0.0  The selection of candidates will be made by a Board constituted under the orders of the Administrator,    who will be required to submit their recommendation for acceptance by the Administrator well in time.The recommendation of the committee for the acceptance of the nominations shall be treated as final unless ordered differently by the Administrator at any given time.

9.0.0        The privilege of being nominated/ sponsored by the Union Territory Administration to a professional course will be extended to a candidate only once and he/she will not be considered for another professional course of study once he/she has availed of the opportunity.

9.1.0        In the event of the  of the student leaving/ changing the course of study he/she is liable to pay the amount of expenditure incurred on him, other damages, etc. as decided by the Administrator.

10.0.0   The selected candidates will be required to execute a bond at the time of admission to serve in lakshadweep for a  minimum period of 5 years if reqired by the Administration (within six months of his/her successful completion of the course).

10.0.0    If one fails to work in the Administration, he/she is liable to pay the amount for damages, expenditure incurred on him, interest on the amount etc. as may be decided by the Administrator.

12.0.0        Appellate Authority on any matters connected with the selection and nomination of candidates will be the Administrator and the decision of the Administrator shall be final.

12.0.1        These rules shall come into effect from the 1st of june,1997.

Sd/

(Rajeev Talwar)

Administrator

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