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Plus Two admission process begins in Odisha


Odisha Sun Times Bureau
Bhubaneswar, Jun 8:

The process for admission in the Plus Two streams which began in Odisha this morning will continue till midnight on June 22.

File Pic Courtesy: pragativadi.com
File Pic Courtesy: pragativadi.com

The admission will be held for a total of 3,74,268 seats in 1476 Plus Two colleges.

Giving details of the admission process, Mihir Kumar Das, officer-in-charge- (OIC), e-Admission of Higher Education department, said the students can apply for online and offline admission through the official website of the Higher Education department www.dheorissa.in

He said the students will have to fill up their details in the common application form (CAF) from the aforesaid website of the Higher Education department in which they can choose their streams.

“We have given the option to the students to choose six colleges in order of preference while filling up the CAF. The students, after filling up the CAF, will download two copies one of which will be kept as the college copy while they will keep the other copy with them for future reference”, he added.

After downloading the two CAF copies, the students will go to the nearby Student Academic Management System (SAMS) Resource Centre and apply for admission by submitting the copy depositing the required fees.

The students will be later issued with the index number.

“To facilitate the students with more information relating to admission, we have opened 577 SAMS Resource Centres in the state”, Das said.

Students seeking offline admission will have to download the CAF from the department website and submit it to the nearby Plus Two colleges.

The last date for online and offline admission is July 22 and 23 respectively.

The intimation letter to the students will be sent online to inform them about the colleges they have been selected for admission.

The first cut-off marks will be published on July 1 and the first phase admission will be held between July 4 and 8.

Students, selected in the first cut-off marks, have to take admission in the college they had chosen failing which they will be excluded from the admission process.

“While applying for admission in the college of their choice, we have requested the students to see the last year cut-off marks of these colleges which is uploaded in our department website. While applying for online admission, they must ensure to mention their mobile number and e-mail id”, Das said.