Kannur University Admission 2017

Kannur University established in 1996 is located in Kasargod, Kannur and Wayanad districts of Kerala. It is a public university, accredited Grade B by NAAC.

The University offers various courses in several specializations in the field of Arts, Commerce, Science, Engineering, Medical, etc. The minimum eligibility to get admission to UG courses is based on the marks scored in 10+2 or equivalent. For PG and Doctorate level courses, aspirants need to appear in the entrance test conducted by the University.

Seats will be reserved in Government Aided and Self-financing affiliated colleges for various UG and PG Degree programmes. Reservations will be made across:

  • Reservation for Nominees
  • Reservation for Persons Differently Abled
  • Special Reservation
  • Mandatory Reservation

Seat Reservation

Government Colleges

S.No.

Seat Reservation

% of Reservation

I

Open Quota(On the basis of merit)

50

II

Socially and Educationally backward Classes (SEBC)(a) Ezhava (EZ) 8% (b) Muslim (MU) 7% (c) Latin Catholic (LC) /SIUC 1% (d) Other Backward Christian (BX) 1% (e) Other Backward Hindu (BH) 3%

20

III

Economically Backward among Forward Communities (BPL Category)

10

IV

Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes [Scheduled Castes 15% Scheduled Tribes 5%]

20

 

Affiliated Aided Colleges

S. No.

Seat Reservation

Forward Community College

Backward Community College

Others (run by educational societies)

I

Open Quota

50 percent

40 percent

60 percent

II

Scheduled Caste

15 percent

15 percent

15 percent

III

Scheduled Tribe

05 percent

05 percent

05 percent

IV

Community Quota

10 percent

20 percent

Not applicable

 

Self-Financing Affiliated Colleges

Distribution of 50% seats ear marked under Merit category

% of Reservation

Open Quota

65%

Scheduled Caste

8

Scheduled Tribe

2

Ezhava

9

Muslims

8

Latin catholic other than Anglo Indians

2

Other Backward Christians

1

Other Backward Hindus

5

Kannur University UG Admission

Kannur University offers various UG courses in the field of Science, Arts, Commerce, Engineering, etc. Choice Based Credit and Semester (CBCS) system are offered by Govt./Aided/ Self-financing affiliated colleges of the university. The minimum eligibility to get admission to UG programmes is to be 10+2 pass or equivalent. Duration of each programme depends on the specialization opted by the candidate.  The merit of a candidate will be assessed on the basis of the marks obtained by him/her in the qualifying examinations for admission to any particular course. There’ll be marks for extracurricular activities like sports, NCC, NSS, etc. These marks are added to the marks obtained for the qualifying examination for preparing the rank list. Below is a list of all the UG courses with eligibility criteria.

Faculty of Science

S. No.

Name of the Programme

Eligibility for admission

Calculation of Index marks

1

Mathematics

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Mathematics as one of the subjects under science stream

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks secured for Mathematics

2

Physics

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Physics as one of the subjects under science stream

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks secured for Physics

3

Chemistry

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Chemistry as one of the subjects under science stream

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks secured for Chemistry

4

Zoology

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Biology as one of the subjects under science stream

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks secured for Biology

5

Botany

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Biology as one of the subjects under science stream

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks secured for Biology

6

Geology

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with any one of the following subjects. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology or Statistics

Total marks of the qualifying examination +15% of marks obtained for Geology as weightage for those who have studied Geology

7

Geography

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto.

Total marks of the qualifying examination + marks of Geography

8

Home Science

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Chemistry or Home Science, as one of the subjects.
Note: Admission restricted to female candidates.

Total marks of the qualifying examination +15% of marks obtained for Home Science as weightage for those who have studied Home Science

9

Statistics

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Mathematics and any one of the following subjects- Physics, Computer Science or Statistics.

Total marks of the qualifying examination +Marks secured in Maths + 15% of marks obtained for Statistics as weightage for those who have studied Statistics.

10

Polymer Chemistry

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Chemistry as one of the subjects.

Total marks of the qualifying examination +Marks secured for Chemistry

11

Biochemistry

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Chemistry or Biology as one of the subjects

Total marks of the qualifying examination +Marks secured for Chemistry

12

Psychology

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto.

Total marks of the qualifying examination +Marks secured for Psychology

13

Microbiology

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Biology as one of the subjects.

Total marks of the qualifying examination +Marks secured for Biology

14

Plant Science

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Biology as one of the subjects under science group

Total marks of the qualifying examination +Marks secured for Biology

15

Forestry

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Biology as one of the subjects under science stream.

Total marks of the qualifying examination  + Marks for Biology

16

Bio Informatics

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Biology as one of the subjects under science stream.

Total marks of the qualifying examination  + Marks for Biology

17

Biotechnology

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Biology as one of the subjects under science stream.

Total marks of the qualifying examination  + Marks for Biology

18

Electronics

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Physics as one of the subjects

Total marks of the qualifying examination  + Marks for Physics

19

Computer Science

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Mathematics as one of the major subjects under science stream

Total marks of the qualifying examination+ marks for Mathematics +20% of the marks for Computer Science/Electronics

20

Computer Application

A Pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the State or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Computer Science/Mathematics/Computer Application/ Informatics Practice as one of the subjects.

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks of Maths + 20% of the marks of Computer Science/ Electronics

21

Electronics & Communication

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Physics as one of the subjects.

Total marks of the qualifying examination  + Marks for Physics

22

Mathematics (Honours)

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto with Mathematics as one of the major subjects under science stream and secured an aggregate of 70% marks.  (For SC:60%, ST:55%)

Total marks of the qualifying examination  + Marks for Mathematics


Faculty of Humanities

S. No.

Name of the Programme

Eligibility for admission

Calculation of Index marks

1

Economics

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks secured for Economics

2

Development Economics

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks secured for Economics

3

Arabic and Islamic

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks secured for Arabic/Islamic History

4

Urdu and Islamic History

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks secured Urdu/Islamic History

5

History

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks of History. A weightage of 25 marks for each history paper.

6

Philosophy

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks scored in Part III philosophy


Faculty of Social Sciences

S. No.

Name of the Programme

Eligibility for admission

Calculation of Index marks

1

Political Science

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks of Political Science

2

Social Work (BSW)

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination +10% weightage of marks scored for Social Work for those who have studied Social Work as a subject in the +2 level


Faculty of Language and Literature

S. No.

Name of the Programme

Eligibility for admission

Calculation of Index marks

1

Malayalam

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination +Twice the marks of Malayalam as additional Language. A weightage of 20 marks will be given to those who have studied Malayalam as optional at the qualifying examination.

2

Hindi

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Twice the marks of Hindi as additional Language. A weightage of 20 marks will be given to those who have studied Hindi as optional at the qualifying examination.

3

Sanskrit

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Twice the marks of Sanskrit as additional Language. A weightage of 20 marks will be given to those who have studied Sanskrit as optional at the qualifying examination.

4

Kannada

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Twice the marks of Kannada as additional Language. A weightage of 20 marks will be given to those who have studied Kannda as optional at the qualifying examination.

5

Arabic

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Twice the marks of Arabic as additional Language. A weightage of 20 marks will be given to those who have studied Arabic as optional at the qualifying examination.

6

Functional Hindi

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination   +Twice the marks of Hindi as additional Language. A weightage of 20 marks will be given to those who have studied Hindi as optional at the qualifying examination.

7

English

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Twice the marks of English. A weightage of 20 marks will be given to those who have studied English as optional at the qualifying examination.

8

Functional English

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Twice the marks of English .A weightage of 20 marks will be given to those who have studied Communicative English/ Functional English/ Journalism/ English Literature at Plus two level.


Faculty of Commerce and Management

S. No.

Name of the Programme

Eligibility for admission

Calculation of Index marks

1

B.Com. (Finance, Co-operation, Income Tax, Marketing, Computer Application

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + Marks of Accountancy+ weightage of 15% of marks scored for Business Studies.

2

Bachelor of

Tourism & Travel Management (BTTM)

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination + a weightage of 75 marks to those applicants who have studied tourism at Higher Secondary level (VHSE/CBSE etc.)

3

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA/BBA (TTM)/                BBA Retail Management Sanskrit

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination +25 marks for each subject such as Accounting, Business Studies, Management Studies, Auditing, Computer Application, Banking, Income Tax and Economics studied in the qualifying examination subject to a maximum of 75 marks.

4

BBA (Aviation and Hospitality)

A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the state or an Examination accepted by the University as equivalent thereto

Total marks of the qualifying examination

Kannur University PG Admission

Kannur University offers various PG courses under various specializations like, MA in English, Hindi, History, Philosophy, etc., M.Sc. in Chemistry, Maths, Zoology, M.Com in Commerce, Taxation, MBA in Finance, Marketing and many other courses. The minimum eligibility to get admission to PG courses is to have a bachelor’s degree in a cognate field. 

Kannur University Application Process

Aspirants who want to take admission to Kannur University must follow the steps given below:

  • Any candidate who wishes to join UG degree programme under Kannur University must register online on the official website
  • Online registration fee is: For general candidates: Rs. 400/- and for SC/ST candidates: Rs. 250/-
  • Registration fee can be paid online through SBI COLLECT. The original pay-in-slip from the bank should be produced in the college at the time of admission. This fee is non-refundable
  • After opening the application form from the ‘Registration Link’, the candidate has to provide details like Name, Date of birth, gender, category and e-mail id.
  • After entering the details the candidate will be given a unique application number. Note the application number and password that you’ve already entered for future use.
  • Add all the details asked in the application form like name, date of birth, gender, nationality, address, religion, caste, etc.
  • Candidates who want to claim reserved seats must have documents to support their claim.
  • Now, the candidates are supposed to enter the marks of their qualifying examination. Several details like type of examination, the board of study, stream, etc. will be asked.
  • After entering all the details, the aspirants are supposed to click ‘Save and Continue’ button for submitting the details
  • After remitting the registration fee, again login to your account with application number and password
  • Upload photo and signature. Photo (150px X 200px, 40kb) and signature ( 150px X 60px, 40kb). After uploading the photo click ‘Continue’ button.
  • Now, the aspirants can select course and college of their choice and click ‘Add Option’ button to confirm it. Maximum of 20 options for courses and colleges can be selected at once.
  • Preview and verify completed application  form
  • Click ‘Print Completed Application’ button to take the print out of the completed application form. 

Kannur University Admission Process

Kannur University follows an Online Centralized Allotment process. Aspirants who’ve fulfilled the application process must take a note of the points below to know more about Kannur University Admission Process:

  • A Trial Allotment will be conducted to give an idea about the chances of getting the allotment to a programme and colleges, based on the option registered and the rank of the candidate.
  • After the trial allotment and the first allotment list will be published on the official website
  • The candidate needs to download the allotment memo which has to be produced before the Principal at the time of admission.
  • The candidates who get allotment have to pay the University fees as per the procedure mentioned and ensure their seat. Those who fail to remit the fee in time will not be considered for further allotment.
  • The second/ further allotment list will be published. A candidate who gets an allotment at any stage will have to remit the fee for the course allotted. The candidates who get allotment will have to report to the Principal/Head of the college/institution concerned for admission on the dates notified with their document including, print out of complete application, print out of transaction ID, allotment memo, original mark sheet, birth certificate, etc.
  • The Principal/Head of the Institution shall be personally responsible for verification and satisfaction of the correctness of the documents produced by the candidates.

Available College Facilities

Kannur University is a multi-campus Institution, and it occupies a land of 13 Acres at the main campus. The wide variety of academic courses offered at the University are accompanied by a good and well furnished infrastructure. The infrastructure has been proved from the previous times. All the campuses have been providing facilities of efficient classrooms, hostel, canteen, laboratories. 

The University believes in the concept of Environment saving, thereby, it promotes eco-friendly surrounding to the students with the Clean and Green Campus area(s).

Hostel

The Hostel provides Single and Double seating, and a room consists of a table, chair, bed and cupboard per student. Along with the above facilities, there is the provision of Telephone, News paper, Water Cooler.

Facilities available in Hostel

  • Boys Hostel
  • Girls Hostel
  • Dormitory
  • AC Rooms
  • Non AC Rooms
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cafetaria
  • ATM
  • General Store
  • Gym
  • Medical Clinic / Shop
  • CCTV
  • Bookshop
  • Laundry
  • Air Cooler Rooms
  • Power Backup
  • Post Office
  • Parking for Two / Four Wheelers
  • Salon
  • TV Room
  • Photocopy Machines
Classroom

The Classrooms are spacious and have well furnished desks.

Laboratory

The Laboratory has all the necessary equipments required for practical work. The Laboratories are used in the streams of Science, and Humanities. There are Computer Labs which have Internet facility and sufficient number of Computer systems.

Facilities available in Laboratory

  • AC Labs
  • Student:Computer Ratio
  • Computers in Labs