The Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education has released the admission schedule for the academic year 2023-2024. The schedule includes important dates and instructions for the enrollment process for both government and private junior colleges offering two-year Intermediate courses in General and Vocational streams.
The classes for the first and second year of the Intermediate course are set to commence on June 1, 2023. The admission process is applicable to various types of colleges, including government, private aided, private unaided, co-operative, residential, social welfare, tribal welfare, incentive, and A.P. Model Jr. Colleges.
AP Inter 1st year Admissions Schedule 2023
To ensure a smooth admission process, principals of the aforementioned colleges are requested to follow the guidelines and conduct admissions in two phases. The first phase of admission will take place according to the following schedule:
- Sale of application forms: May 14, 2023
- Last date for receipt of applications in the college: June 29, 2023
- Commencement of admissions in the first phase: June 1, 2023
- Completion of admissions in the first phase: June 30, 2023
Please note that the schedule for the second phase of admissions will be communicated separately. It is important for principals to pay special attention to the enrollment process and ensure the correct implementation of the admission schedule.
During the provisional admission stage, principals have the authority to admit students based on internet marks memos. However, the admissions will be confirmed only upon the submission of original SSC pass certificates and Transfer Certificates issued by the students’ previous schools.
Category wise reservation
Principals are also instructed to adhere to the reservation rules in admissions as per the regulations in force. The category-wise reservation percentages are as follows:
- Schedule Castes: 15%
- Schedule Tribes: 6%
- Backward Classes: 29% (A-7%, B-10%, C-1%, D-7%, E-4%)
- Physically Handicapped: 3%
- NCC Sports & Extra Curricular Activities: 5%
- Ex-Service Men & Defence Personnel Residing in the State: 3%
- Girls Category (33.33% or 1/3rd of total seats where separate colleges are not available)
It is essential to consider the grading system introduced in SSC. Admissions should be based on the Grade Point Average (GPA) and subject-wise grade points obtained in the qualifying examination. No additional tests should be conducted for admission purposes, and strict action will be taken against colleges found to be violating this guideline.
AP Inter 1st year Admission 2023 Details
For unaided junior colleges, principals must ensure admissions are made within the sanctioned sections and up to the ceiling strength of 88 students per section in general courses. Admissions in combinations dropped by the Board are strictly prohibited unless permission is granted. Violation of this rule may result in penalties and college disaffiliation.
Throughout the admission period, college managements are requested to prominently display information at the entrance of the building. This includes the number of sections sanctioned by the Board for the academic year, the number of filled seats in each section, and the number of vacant seats. The displayed information should be updated daily.
Principals of unaided junior colleges are prohibited from issuing advertisements that violate Rule 7 of the Andhra Pradesh Public Examinations (Prevention of Malpractice & Unfair Means) Rules 1997, as stated in G.O.Ms.No.114, dated May 13, 1997. Any violation of this rule will be dealt with in accordance with the law.
Lastly, principals are instructed to ensure the accurate recording of the mother’s and father’s names for joining students, aligning them with the records of the qualifying examination. Additionally, it is essential to prioritize the security of girl students by implementing appropriate measures within the college premises.
By following these guidelines, principals can ensure a fair and transparent admission process for the academic year 2023-2024.