M G University centralized allotment process (CAP 2014): Online registration started
MG University UG single window 2014 -2015 (CAP) centralized allotment process online registration has started from 16th May. The Mahatma Gandhi University has invited applications from candidates for their under graduate programmes in its affiliated and constituent colleges for the academic year 2014-2015. With an exception for Fine Arts and other courses which require an entrance, the applications should be submitted online from 16th May 2014.
The Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala has invited applications from candidates for their under graduate programmes in its affiliated and constituent colleges for the academic year 2014-2015. The programmes lead to the Bachelor's Degree in the relevant subject which extends for a period of six semesters. With an exception for Fine Arts and other courses which require an entrance, the applications should be submitted online from 16th May 2014. Students who belong to the General Category have to pay Rs 200 while SC/ST students Rs 100 as application fee. The amount should be paid through selected branches of State Bank of Travancore before 23rd May. The last date and time of registration would be 27th May, 5 PM. For those who seek admission under Community Merit/Management Quota can apply till 13th June.
What is Centralized Allotment Process (CAP)
Centralized Allotment Process (CAP) is an internet based single window system which is being set to give allotments to the various academic programmes offered by the University Departments and affiliated colleges. The allotment is conducted on the basis of the options submitted by the candidates. The candidates need to register only one application for a course for opting any number of college/course combinations based on their eligibility. As the system is simple and transparent, it gives the candidate an opportunity to choose according to his/her interest.
For those who wish to apply for the UG programme which comes under the M G University, the following dates would be more helpful.
According to reports, there will be marginal increase in the number of seats for various undergraduate programmes offered by the University. With the introduction of few new courses, the number of seats is likely to increase from the existing 21,000 seats. With all the seats in government colleges will be filled through CAP, 70% of the seats in aided colleges and 50%in unaided colleges will come under the single window system.
Through this innovative system students can apply for multiple courses and colleges in just one application. The admission process can be tracked online which makes things easier. The available seats from some of the undergraduate programmes are as follows: B. Com – 6,278; B.A. Economics – 1,941; B.A. English – 2,102; B.Sc. Zoology – 999; B.Sc. Botany – 975; BBA – 497; B.Sc. Chemistry – 1,354; BCA – 545; B.A Politics – 180; B.Sc Physics – 1,348; B.Sc. Maths – 1,574.
Students can apply for the under graduate programmes offered by the Mahatma Gandhi University by visiting the official website.