Admissions into First Year Degree for the Academic Year 2023 - 2024: 

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Admission to degree courses will be conducted by Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education in online mode. Updates can be found at: click here. Certificates needed for admission:

1. SSC (10th class) Pass Certificate

2. Intermediate Marks Statement / Pass Certificate

3. Aadhar Card of the Student

4. Aadhar Cards of Parents

5. Caste and Income Certificate

6. Two Passport size photos of the student

7. Pass Book of the mother's bank account.

Revised Academic Rules and Regulations for U.G. Programmes

(Applicable from 2020-21 admitted batch onwards)

Jagarlamudi Kuppuswamy Choudary College has adopted the semester system. The academic year is divided into two semesters. Each semester consists of 90 instructional days. The odd semester is from June to November. Even semester is from December to April. Each semester is a complete unit by itself. The instructional methods include conventional lectures, IT-based sessions, classroom interactions, guest lectures, seminars, symposia; field studies and Project Based Learning etc.

1. Admissions:

Notification about the admission into First year Degree Programmes should be given at least 15days in advance to the date of reopening of the college. The last date of receipt of applications shall be 20days after publication of results of Intermediate. The notification shall indicate the date of reopening of the college after summer vacation, the last date for receipt of applications and the details of courses.

2. Eligibility criteria for admission into B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com. / B.C.A. / BBA Programmes

Students who have passed the Intermediate Examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh or its equivalent examination recognized by Board of Intermediate Education or Acharya Nagarjuna University are eligible for admission into First year of Three year Degree Programme.

Students who have passed the advanced supplementary examinations conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, A.P. shall be considered for admission, provided the results are published before the closure of admissions and subject to the availability of seats. Students who have passed the qualifying examination compartmentally are also eligible for admission. Such candidates are considered for admission if seats remain vacant.

Students who have studied the qualifying examination in Telugu/English medium need not obtain the minimum of 40% marks in English to get admission into the courses which are offered in English medium only. However, first preference should be given to English medium students.

Students who have studied XIIth class of Central Board of Education and who have passed in instant examination are treated as regular candidates.

Candidates who have passed +2 course offered by the Andhra Pradesh Open School Society (APOSS) or National Open School Society(NIOSS) can be admitted into first year of Three year Degree course. Such candidates should submit the equivalency certificate from Board of Intermediate Education, AP.

Reservation and allocation of seats for SC / ST / BC / Women (in Co-Education Colleges only) / NCC/ Physically Handicapped / Sports & Games / Children of Armed personnel etc.,

While making admissions in each course, as per Government of Andhra Pradesh rules of reservation 15% seats have to be reserved for Scheduled Castes, 6% of seats have to be reserved for Scheduled Tribes, 7% of seats have to be reserved for BC-A, 10% of seats have to be reserved for BC-B, 1% of seats have to be reserved for BC-C, 7% of seats have to be reserved for BC-D, 4% of seats for BC-E and the SC/ST/BC category candidates have to be admitted in the seats reserved for them. Seats shall also be reserved as per the Reservation Rules for the candidates under the categories of NCC, Physically / Visually Challenged, Sports and Games and Children of Armed Personnel. Latest Government Orders in respect of reservation of seats in admission to various categories have to be followed.

A vacancy under SC goes to ST and vice-versa, if sufficient SC & ST candidates are not available and the left-over seats may be converted to Open category.

A vacancy under BC group goes to any other BC group on the merit basis, if sufficient BC candidates are not available and the left over seats may be converted to OC category. Physically and Visually Challenged (PH / VH) Category

PH/VH candidates should enclose the attested copy of the certificate issued by the Medical Board of District Headquarters Hospital or General Hospital of a Medical College. The Certificate should indicate the nature and extent of disability.

At the time of admission, a physically and visually challenged candidate must submit the original PH/VH Certificate. Admission will be made on the basis of the percentage of disability as assessed by the Medical Officer. A physically / visually handicapped candidate will not be admitted into a course if the handicap does not allow him to pursue the course to a reasonable extent. If there is no suitable candidate under PH/VH category, the seat will be filled with a candidate of open category.

Children of the Armed Personnel (CAP) seats

  1. 1. Children of Ex-Servicemen killed in action.
  2. 2. Children of Ex-Servicemen disabled in action and permanently incapacitated as a result thereof.
  3. 3. Children of Ex-Servicemen who have received Gallantry Awards in the following order a) ParamVir Chakra b) Ashok Chakra c) Mahavir Chakra d) Kirti Chakra e) Vir Chakra f) Shaurya Chakra g) Sena / NaoSeana / VayuSena Medal h) Mention in dispatches.
  4. 4. Children of Personnel (combatant) irrespective of the rank held by them.
  5. 5. Children of other Ex-Servicemen or servicemen who are eligible for pension.

If there is more than one candidate in any of the above, the same will be decided on the basis of marks merit.

Reservation for Women: One third of the seats are reserved for women candidates in each category (i.e. OC, SC, ST, BC, PH and L / NL). This rule is not applied if women candidates selected on merit in a category form one third or more of the same category. Absence of adequate number of women candidates in a category cannot be compensated by giving more seats for women in another category.


  1. 1. Attendance will be calculated in terms of percentage while awarding marks.
  2. 2. Minimum attendance required by a student to take Semester End Examinations: (i) Theory: 75 percent (ii) Practical: 90 percent
  3. 3. At least 60 percent attendance in the semester is required by student to pay the condonation for shortage of attendance.
  4. 4. If a student participates in Inter-collegiate or Inter-university, State or National-level tournaments/athletics/ N.C.C./N.S.S. the actual number of days (excluding Sundays and Holidays), shall be added to his/her class attendance subject to a maximum of 20 days in a semester or 30 days in a year. Prior permission should be taken from the Principal of the College to participate in the above events. The list of participants in the above said events must be submitted by the concerned in charges to the concerned Departments and Controller of Examinations before the commencement of 2nd Mid-Test in each semester.
  5. 5. A student should apply for leave whenever he/she is absent to college. The sanction of leave is at the discretion of the Principal, when the respective Heads of the Departments forward the leave.
  6. 6. A student of the first semester should seek fresh admission in the event of detention or discontinuation. Any student of 2nd to 5th semester who has shortage of attendance shall be required to repeat the semester in the next academic year.

If any student is detained or discontinued in any semester, or readmission into the same semester in the subsequent year, he/she is required to pass papers prescribed for new batch of students, for the award of degree. If any paper is introduced in the new curriculum he/she should get pass marks in them. However, exemption will be given to already completed papers in the earlier semesters.