Organisation : SVU Sri Venkateswara University
Announcement : Allotment Letter
Entrance Test : SVUCET-2016 Sri Venkateswara University Common Entrance Test
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Allotment Letter :
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i) Enter Regd No
ii) Enter Date of Birth Format(DD/MM/YYYY) eg.27/07/1984
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Related : SVU SVUCET 2016 Web Option Common Entrance Test : www.entrance.net.in/11167.html
Allocation Of Seats To Various Reservation Categories :
1 Among the seats sanctioned in each course, 85% of the seats are to local (L) candidates, while 15% are reserved to local and non-local candidates. Among 15 % unreserved seats both local and non local candidates can compete and admission will be based on merit.
The 85% reserved seats are filled by local candidates belonging to OC (Open Category), SC (15%), ST(6%), BC-A(7%), BC-B(10%), BC-C(1%), BC-D(7%), BC-E (4%), ECA (Extracurricular activities): NCC/NSS/Sports/Cultural Activities (4%), PH (Physically challenged) (3%) and CAP (Children of armed personnel) (2%).
2 Only in S.V. University campus Colleges one supernumerary seat is given for proficiency in Games and Sports in each course.
3 A vacancy under SC goes to ST and vice-versa. If enough SC&ST candidates are not available, the left-over seats will go to OC.
4 A vacancy under BC group goes to any other BC group (BC-A to BC-B, BC-B to BC-D) on the basis of in SVUCET-2016 rank. If enough BC candidates are not available, the left-over seats will go to OC.
5 For admission into Extracurricular Activities (ECA) seats, participation during the period of study of the qualifying examination alone is considered.
6 Expert committees nominated by the University will certify the suitability and priority of the candidates under special categories (ECA/PH/CAP).
7 Reservation for women: One third of the seats are reserved for women candidates in each category (i.e., OC, SC, ST, BC, ECA, PH and L/NL). This rule is not applied if women candidates selected on merit in a category form one third or more of the seats therein.
If there are no suitable women candidates in a category, the seats will be filled with men candidates of the same category. Absence of adequate number of women candidates in a category cannot be compensated by giving more seats for women in another category.