Admission Rules for +2 First year and +3 1st year class under SAMS

1. About SAMS :

SAMS stands for Student Academic Management System. It was initiated in 2009-10 Academic Session for 60 Junior Colleges. As per Dept. of Higher Education, Govt. of Orissa order No. 84485 Dated 1412-2009 and Dept. of Higher Education G.O.No. 344 dated 04-01-2010 it has been extended to 169 Government and Government Aided,(Non-Government)Junior College. This is also applicable for +3 wings from the Session 2011.

2. Objective :

  • Ensure single window system for admission though e- admission process.
  • Make the admission process economical for the applicants / parents.
  • Make the entire process of admission from application to admission transparent, thereby, reducing anxiety among applicants / parents.
  • Reduce the work of college by developing several modules of administration usingthe databases of admission process.

3. e-Admission :

E-Admission aims to use Information Technology to process applicants for admission which would reduce time & improve efficiency for the college functionaries who have been doing manually. It would also make the admission process economical efficient, hassle free & transparent for the students and their parents computergenerated filled aplication from and travel to only one of the 410 colleges Junior and 382 Degree Colleges under e-Admission process to submit the applicable to get admission to any stream of any college of their choices.

4. e-Administration :

E-Administration aims to use the database of e- Admission in various academic & administrative activities like issue of identify card collection of fees, section allocation, issue of admit cards, tabulation of internal examinsations marks, submission of return of matriculation to +2 council, preparation of long roll, etc, and the same is applicable for +3 streams it wi folow e- Admission in pilot phase colleges. In other colleges, student database will have to be created to make e- Administration possible.

5. Common Prospectus (CP) :

It has two components. One part is general guldeline & second one is individual college profile. This will be available in Higher Education website in downloadable format to take printout.

  • A. The first part of CP will have features of e-Admission like Section Guidelines., Reservation & Weightage Principls. etc.
  • B. In the second part of CP i.e individual college profile willhave freatures like Seat Availability. Subject Availability. Elective Combination., College Admission “Cut-Off” of mark of last 2years for various streams, Hostel Seat Availability, Total Fees required for admission for each of the 169 Junior College.

6. Common Application Form (CAF) :

Common Application Form (CAF) for filling out the 10th Board details like (Board name, Year of Passing & Roll Number as per Admit Card). correspondence address, personal information, reservation & weightage details, etc. CAF has been restricted to maximum 6 options to put your choicess of College / stream in order of perferecnes where one would like to study,.

7. Common Application Form (CAF) & Common Prospectus (CP)

Common Application Form (CAF) & Common Prospectus (CP) won’t be printed by Colleges. These will available in the website Applicants may download the relevant pages from the teneral matters, process and principles for admission will be provided and sold at th4e6 Colleges for Rs10/- per copy.

8. Eligibility :

The minimum eligibility for admission to +2 or higher secondary cases shal be apass in High School Certificate (HSC) Examination of the Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Orissa or its equivalent. For +3 Arts one must have passed +2 exams. Art, Science, Commerce, Vocational and Upashasrti. For +3 Science one must have passed +2 Science or Vocational Course at the CHSE lavel.

9. Cost Structure :

  • The applicant will apply CAF on-line and take a print of this on-line filled CAF and submit at nearby SAMS colleges along with required fees in cash at he college counter.
  • Applicant can only give upto maximum 6 options for (Junior & degree College / Stream). As per the choice applied in CAF the applicant will give required fees at the college counter while submitting the application. Forone of first choice applicant has to give Rs.100/- and for other choices Rs.50/- for each. In this way, If an applicant has given 6 choices than s/he has to pay 100+(5x50)=350.
  • Out State Applicants (OSA) can send the CAF by post to any 169 SAMS Junior College along with the required option fees in teh shape of Bank Draft only in favour the Principal of the college where CAF is being sent. The duly filled CAF should reach on or before the expiry of the date-line. Postal application without Bank Draft will be not entrained at the applied college.

10. Concept of Applied & Destination College :

Applied College, where the applicant submits his / her application Destination College, where the applicant selected to take admission.

11. Principal of Selection :

Admission into various Streams & Colleges shall be decided strictly on the basis of merit as per Government guide-lines.

12. Application Process :

The CAF will be available in for applying online. There will be one Common Application Form (CAF) for admission to any stream of any of the 169 Junior and Degree Colleges selected for e- Admission 2012. It is also decided to have one Common Prospectus (CP) for these 169 Colleges. The CP will also available on-line to downloading in PDF format. The first of CP (General Guidelines) shall be made available at Colleges for purchase@Rs.10/- However, the second part of CP (Individual College Profile) shall be available in Internet which the applicants may download and take a Print.

  • 13. a) Total marks secured at the 10th Board Examination w.r.t. Total Marks Weightage & Reservation (If applicable) will be taken into consideration in preparing the merit list. For Reservation & Weightage please refer items 14 & 15 of the prospecturs (CP).
  • 13. b) In case of candidates passing the HSC / HS / equivalent examination compartmentally, average of marks secured in the subject /s concerned at both the examinations shall be taken into consideration to determine the aggreage.
  • 13. c) for applicant who have secured equal marks in the 10th Board Examination and have opted for same & stream, their merit will be decided on the basis of marks in English / Social Studies for Arts and Mathematics / Science of Science & Commerce Streams. (Govt. order No.:57823, Dated : 24.10.2000)

For Examples : If there are two applicants who have opted for one college and one stream and have same marks in HSC examination, then it is for Arts stream, then the applicant who has more marks in English will get preference. If English marks of both applicants are also same, then marks in Social Studies will determine the selection. For Science & Commerce Stream, Mathematics & Science marks will be deciding 4fa8ctor in similar sequence.