MES COllege

Admission Procedure



Admission to merit seats in the /programmes/courses in Arts and Science 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) are being conducted through Centralized Admission Process (CAP).

Aims and Objectives:

The University introduced the ‘Online registration’ for admissions to UG/PG programmes/courses in the academic year 2013-2014 to cater to the aspirations of students who otherwise could not pursue tendering applications, by personally approaching various Colleges spread over 5 districts affiliated to the University for admissions. While introducing the Online Registration for Centralised admission the University aimed a lofty goal of extending a hand out to the candidates from the socially backward sector of the society and those residing in the remote areas within the jurisdiction of Calicut University.

Seat Nomenclature:

The seats available in the various colleges are classified as
  1. Merit
  2. Mandatory reservations
  3. Community
  4. Management
  5. Other Reservation Category Seats
  6. Special Reservation Category seats.
Admission Schedule/Notification The admission schedule will be prepared and published in the admission notification every year. The date of commencement of online registration to the closing date of admissions will be available in the admission schedule. The dates for each allotment and admissions to all categories will be published in the admission schedule.

Mandatory Fee.

The candidates receiving allotment should remit the Mandatory Fee prescribed in the admission notification. The mandatory fee need to be remitted only once. The candidates failing to remit mandatory fee will lose his/her current allotment and they will be expelled from further allotments. The candidates, thus expelled will not be reinstated in the allotment process at any stage of the allotment.

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

Eligibility for Admission

Those candidates who are “Eligible for Higher Studies” as per the Kerala State Higher Secondary Examination or a pass in the equivalent examinations are the minimum criteria for admission to degree courses, unless otherwise specified. However, candidates who have qualified the HSE and VHSE of the Government of Kerala under ‘SAY’ scheme and Compartmental Examination of CBSE are also eligible for admission to first year degree programmes/courses in the same academic year. Candidates who have passed the Higher Secondary Examination of Tamil Nadu (Private study) will not be admitted to any course under this University. (U.ONo.GAI/ A1/5062/2002 dated 07.07.2005). Eligibility of each PG Programme is specified based on the eligible UG programmes and the % marks obtained in different Parts. Relaxation in the requirement of minimum marks upto 5% for OBC /OEC is applicable. SC/ST candidates need a pass only in their qualifying examination for admission to the Post Graduate Programmes. Detailed eligibility and indexing rules for various courses/programmes will be published in the prospectus.

Nodal Centres

Nodal Centres are functioning in all affiliated colleges in connection with the admission to function as a helping hand to the students and University. The students can do registration, editing, re arrangement of option, cancellation of higher option etc through the Nodal Centres. The students can also utilise the Nodal Centres for clearing their doubts and clarification regarding the Centralised Admission process (CAP).
The list of Nodal Centres is published in the website.(

Instructions for Applying through CAP. Visit the website

The admission through Centralised Admission process to First year Degree/P.G/Afsal-ul-ulama preliminary/B.Ed/ M.Ed/and Programmes with Entrance Examination will be conducted in TWO phases.
The registration will be conducted in Two continuous Phases.
Phase 1: Fee Payment.
Phase 2: Submission of Application :
Phase 1: Keep ready the following:

  1. Date of Birth: copy of S.S.L.C
  2. Mobile Number: mobile number of student/parents/ guardian only to be furnished. Vital informations regarding the allotment and admissions are being communicated through SMS to the registered mobile number. Therefore, under any circumstance the mobile number of Akshaya centres, internet cafe or other agencies should not be submitted.
  3. E-mail: Email Id of student/parents/guardian only be entered. Those who do not have an Email-Id may create one and enter. Vital informations regarding the allotment and admissions will also be communicated through Email to the registered mail id
  4. Application Fee : As per admission notification for each Course/Programme.

Instructions for Payment of Fee (through e-payment system)
  1. Visit the website
  2. Click Instant Pay- Select Purpose of payment
  3. Furnish the details required. (Mobile number and e-mail id of student/parent/guardian only to be furnished)
  4. Select mode of payment

Mode of Remittance of fee by candidates from inside KERALA

  1. State Bank online payment. (For those who have State Bank online banking facility).
  2. Payment Gateway
  3. Nodal Centres (Functioning in All Colleges) List of Nodal Centres is available in
  4. Akshaya Centres
  5. Friends JanasevanaKendram
  6. Other firms providing Internet Facility

Remit the fee in any of the mode of payment mentioned above.

  1. After remitting fee in any of the mode mentioned above the CAP ID and password will be received in the registered mobile number through SMS.
  2. For the programmes/courses with entrance examination, the chalan number and password will be received in the registered mobile number through SMS. After receiving the SMS online application can be submitted

Mode of online payment

  1. Select the Purpose of remittance.
  2. Furnish the details in the blank fields (mobile number and e-mail ID only that of the student/parent/guardian).
  3. Select the mode of payment
  4. Enter the fee amount and click the button”Proceed”.
  5. You can view the details now, if the details are correct click “ Pay Now.”
  6. In the next page click “Continue for Payment”.Remit the fee online as per the instructions in the online payment site of the Bank selected.
  7. Click redirect to the Calicut University Instant Web Payment System (CUIWPS) or wait for 60 seconds to be redirected.
  8. Take printout of the online payment “RECEIPT”. CAP ID Number and Password will be received by SMS/e-mail, with which the candidate can login to CAP and complete the online application submission.

The payment procedure completed.”
Fee once remitted will not be refunded”
PHASE 2: Keep ready the following for the submission of application for UG/PG/Afsal-ul-ulama preliminary/B.Ed/ M.Ed Keep ready the following

  1. The CAP ID/Chalan number and password received by SMS/ E-Mail.
  2. Copy of the Qualifying Examination Mark Sheet.
  3. Passport size photograph in ‘.jpg’ format with a size between 20KB and 40 KB.
  4. Prepare the list of colleges/courses according to the applicants priority. The fee structure for the self financing programmes will be different from the fee structure of Government/Aided programme.List of colleges and programmes/courses are available in the website.( The fee structure for each year will be published along with the admission prospectus.
  5. BPL Certificate for candidates belongs to BPL category among forward communities.

Instructions for submission of application for UG/PG/Afsal-ululama preliminary/B.Ed/M.Ed.
Visit UG/PG Registration-Login with CAP ID, registration number and password.

The application submission is done in Four Parts.
Part1: Photo Upload ( Passport size photograph in ‘.jpg’ formatwith a size between 20KB and 40 KB

Part 2: Student Profile

  1. Basic Details
    Enter the details in the blank fields.
    b. Personal Details:
    1. Utmost care should be taken while entering reservation details. Opt only the eligible reservations otherwise admission will be denied.
    2. 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.
    3. 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
  1. 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.
  2. Specify the Board/University of the qualifying examinations.
  3. Enter the stream of study of the Qualifying examinations, if necessary (Science, Humanities, Commerce).
  4. Verify the marks displayed automatically; otherwise enter the marks.
  5. Utmost care should be taken while entering the marks. The details entered can be edited. To move to the next part CLICK “SAVE /PROCEED” BUTTON

Part 4: College Course Selection

(Utmost care should be taken while fixing the priority of the option. Priority and index marks are the base of the allotment)

Furnish the details of colleges and programmes/courses according to the priority. The candidates who wish to apply for the community quota in Aided colleges can opt the colleges and programmes/courses according to the priority. Candidates can view the options submitted and if necessary can edit the options. The candidates can take a verification print out to verify and ensure that the details submitted are correct. If the details entered are correct click “Final Submit”. After final submission the candidates can take a final “Print Out” ( College copy and Student Copy). The student copy shall be retained and the college copy shall be submitted to the college where he/she takes permanent admission.
Cancellation of higher options. Cancellation of all the higher options can only be done through Nodal Centres. Partial cancellation of the higher options can be done by the candidates themselves or can use the services of the Akshaya Centres and other firms providing internet facility.

The candidates can login into CAP with their login credentials after each allotment for partial cancellation.
Rearrangement of college and course After the trial allotment the candidates can rearrange priority of their options already submitted during the registration by “drag and drop” facility. No new course or college can be added at any stage of the allotment process.


There will be Three allotments for all category of students and Two special allotment for SC/ST/BPL in forward caste. On receipt of the allotment to an option, all the options below the received allotment will be permanently lost. The options thus lost will not be reinstated at any cost.
Permanent Admissions The candidates receiving allotments for the first options and those candidates are satisfied with the allotment received in any of the allotment can take permenant admissions to the respective colleges. After Fourth allotment all candidates should take Permenant admissions to the colleges allotted.

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.

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. But, the form provided in annexure 1 shall be submitted to the college.

Admission Cell

Abdul Basid PK 
Nodal Officer-UG Admission
Laila Abdulla 
Nodal Officer-PG Admission
Ratheesh CK
Assistant Nodal Officer