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produce the following certificates/documents in original at the
time of counseling/admission.
 CAT – 2013 e-Admit Card/GATE admit card.
 Registration Confirmation Page.
 S.S.L.C/10th Mark list & pass certificate (CBSE, ICSE
 Plus 2 Mark lists / and pass certificate (CBSE, ICSE
 Original documents to prove Academic Qualifications.
 Gate score card for M Tech admission.
 Certificate to prove Kerallite Status.
 Mark lists of all the 3 years of the Diploma
programme(For B Tech Lateral entry)
 Diploma/Provisional certificate (For B Tech Lateral
Transfer Certificate from the Institution last
attended (in English version)
 Conduct/Character Certificate from the Institution
last attended (in English version)
 Four passport size Photographs of the candidate
 ‘SEBC’ candidates belonging to the state of Kerala
should produce Community Certificate and Annual
family Income Certificate (for the financial year
2011-12) issued by the Village Officer concerned for
claiming admission under respective “Reservation”
 KSC/KST candidates belonging to State of Kerala
should produce Community certificate issued by the
Tahasildar concerned for claiming admission under
respective “Reservation” category.
 Candidates who claim OEC status for fee concession
shall obtain the same endorsed in their community
certificate compulsorily by the competent authority. Candidates seeking admission under physically
handicapped (PHC) category should invariably produce
a valid Physically Handicapped certificate issued by
the District Medical Board of the State to which the
candidate belongs.
 Candidates seeking admission under sports quota
should bring all original certificates of their
achievements in the respective sports events and the
sports eligibility certificate issued by Kerala State
Sports Council.
 If any of the above certificates are not in
English/Malayalam, Candidates should invariably
produce a translated version of the same in English
endorsed by a Notary Public.
 Two sets of attested copies of all the original
certificates/documents mentioned above.
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