e-Admission started in this College since 2009-10, initially for +2 classes, along with 59 other colleges in the entire state of Orissa .In the current session, 2010-11 the e-admission process was extended to degree (+3 ) classes also. The e-admission aims at the use of computer technology to process the application forms for admission which would reduce time and improve efficiency of the admission machinery of the College which it was doing manually. This would also make the admission process economic, efficient, hassle-free and transparent for the students and their parents. The student has to apply ON-LINE on Common Application form (CAF), take computer generated print of the filled in application form and submit it in any one of the Colleges declared for e-Admission.
The Common Prospectus (CP) for this admission process contains two parts. Part -1 consists of general guidelines on selection, reservation and weightage principles etc.Part-2 consists of the individual college profile having features like Seat availability, Subject availability, Honours availability, Hostel seat availability and fees structure etc. The detail information about the e-Admission process is available in www.dheorissa.in.
As per the decision of the Dept of Higher Education, Govt. of Orissa admissions for both +2 and +3 are done through SAMS. Under this system, a student has to apply on-line and on a single Common Application Form (CAF) he can apply for any stream or any college of higher option. After getting the CAF duly filled in he or she has to deposit it in any one of the colleges applied for and has to get it validated by paying the requisite fee. The student is required to retain/preserve carefully the applicants copy of the CAF as a proof of submission and for future reference. After the selections are centrally made at OCAC, Bhubaneswar, the students are intimated either through SMS or through internet or through a notice displayed on the college notice board. There after, the student is required to take admission on the scheduled dates. However, for admission into PG classes the old practice of selection at College level continues.