Applications invited from SC, ST, BC, EBC students
State government has invited application from eligible students belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and economically...
Mahbubnagar: State government has invited application from eligible students belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and economically Backward Classes, besides physically handicapped candidates, for admission into corporate junior colleges. Those, who passed SSC examinations with 400 and above marks or with more than 7 GPA are eligible for free admission into corporate junior college.
Interested candidates from these communities. who have scored top marks in SSC examinations, have to submit their applications through online in E-Pass Website (www.epass.cgg.gov.in) and the last date for applying through online is May 18 2018.
For those candidates, who have already applied online, they can edit their input details from May 18 to June 2. After that the authorities will list out the selected candidates and send the selection message through their registered mobile number on June 6.
Those candidates who have been admitted through the online process need to submit the hard copies of their applications along with all their original documents of SSC memo, caste certificate, income certificate, residential certificate, Aadhaar card, ration card and all other related documents like social welfare hostel benefits along with a set of xerox copies of all these documents be submitted to the respective SC/ST/BC/Minorities/Disabled Welfare Departments in their respective districts between June 8 to 13 and should secure allotment order.
All the selected candidates by their respective Welfare Departments must get admitted into the respective corporate colleges by June 18. “This is a great opportunity for the poor students who have excelled in SSC publications and who cannot afford to study in corporate colleges. The government is facilitating to provide admissions in to top corporate colleges for the students to pursue their junior college education and set a strong career path for their future.
This information should be widely published particularly in the rural areas so that the poor and the downtrodden families whose children have excelled in SSC public examinations can get benefitted,” informed officials of Social Welfare Department in Mahbubnagar.