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Re-Accredited by NAAC with “A” Grade College with Potential for Excellence - UGC
PROSPECTUS 2017-2018

 

ST.TERESA’S COLLEGE
(Autonomous)

Ernakulam, Cochin – 682011     

Affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam

Ph: 0484-2351870, Website: www.teresas.ac.in

PROSPECTUS 2017-18

St. Teresa’s College, a premier institute for higher learning, envisions a value-oriented education for women. Mother Teresa of St. Rose of Lima, the founder of CSST institute, established the College in the year 1925 and it is named after St. Teresa of Avila. St. Teresa’s College envisions a life-oriented education that empowers students to respond proactively to social concerns and work for the integrity of creation thereby building a civilization of love and advancing the Kingdom of God.

THE COLLEGE OFFERS THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMMES

 

UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

 

 

REGULAR

Core

Complementary

Eligibility

No. of seats

B.A.  Economics

  Logic, Sociology/Mathematics

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

70

B.A. English

  Writing for Media, Sociology

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

66

B.A. History

  Economics, Sociology

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

50

B.A. Sociology

Statistics, History

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

70

B.Com

 Taxation (Elective)

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

70

B.Sc.  Botany

 Chemistry, Zoology

Pass in +2 exam with Biology as an optional subject

45

B.Sc. Chemistry

 Mathematics, Physics

Pass in +2 exam with Chemistry as an optional subject

45

B.Sc. Home Science

Chemistry, Zoology

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

50

B.Sc. Mathematics

 Physics, Statistics

Pass in +2 exam with Mathematics as an optional subject

140

B.Sc. Physics

 Mathematics, Statistics

Pass in +2 exam with Physics as an optional subject

45

B.Sc. Zoology

 Chemistry, Botany

Pass in +2 exam with Biology as an optional subject

45

B. Voc. Food Processing Technology     

Food Science, Business Studies

Pass in +2 exam 

(Any Science stream)

50

B. Voc. Software Development

 

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

50

SELF FINANCING

Core

Complementary

Eligibility

No. of seats

B.A. Bharatanatyam

Mohiniyattam,

Abhinaya Sangeetham

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

50

B.A. Communicative English

Sociology, British History, Basics of Graphic Designing (No Additional Language)

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

38

B.A. French

Communicative English, Travel & Tourism

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

50

B.Com

Taxation (Elective)

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

100

B. Com

Capital Market (Elective)

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

50

B.Sc. Apparel & Fashion Designing

(No Additional Language)

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

34

B.Sc. Computer Applications with Mathematics & Statistics(Triple Main)

(No Additional Language)

Pass in +2 exam with Mathematics as an optional subject (Science stream)

38

Bachelor of Management Studies in International Business

 

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

30

B.Sc. Psychology

Human Physiology, Statistics

Pass in +2 exam 

(Any stream)

50

BCA

Cloud Computing and Information Security Management

 

Pass in +2 exam with Mathematics as an optional subject (Science stream)

30

           

The Additional Language offered for U G Programmes are French, Hindi and Malayalam

POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

REGULAR

MAIN

Eligibility

No. of seats

M.A. English Literature

Graduation in English under (Model I/II/III) or graduation in other faculties of language and literature, social science and  science

18

M.A. Economics

Graduation in Economics /Mathematics / Statistics

18

M.A. Sociology

Graduation in the Faculties of Language & Literature, Social Science, Science and Commerce

24

M.Sc. Botany

 Pass in B.Sc. Botany

14

M.Sc. Physics

Pass in B.Sc. Physics

14

M.Sc. Chemistry

Pass in B.Sc. Chemistry with Mathematics as a Complementary subject

14

M.Sc. Child Development

Graduation in Family & Community Science / Home Science / Food Science and Quality control, Food Service Management & Dietetics, Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics or. Graduates in Psychology, Human Development, Nursing or any Science graduate with PG Diploma in Pre-School Education/Counseling Psychology or Science Graduates with Open Course namely Life Skills Strategies and Techniques.

12

M.Sc. Resource Management & Interior Designing

Graduation in Family & Community Science / Home Science / Food Service Management and Dietetics/ Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics or any Science graduate with P.G. diploma in Interior Design/Decoration or any B.Sc Degree with open/Add-on-course in Interior Decoration and related Arts

10

M.Sc. Food Science & Nutrition

 B.Sc  programme with specialization in Food  and  Nutrition/ Food Science and Quality control/ Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics/ Food Technology  or Home Science/Family and Community Science/ Food Service Management and Dietetics  or  Graduates   in Zoology, Microbiology, Food Microbiology, Chemistry, Biochemistry or Biotechnology with P G Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics/Open Course in Nutrition for wellness/Dietetics and B.Sc. Nursing are also eligible

14

 

SELF FINANCING

MAIN

Eligibility

No. of seats

M.A. Bharatanatyam

Graduation in Bharatanatyam

10

M.A. History

Graduation in any subject in the faculty of social sciences

15

M.Com

Graduation in Commerce /BBA/BBM

25

M.Sc Zoology

Pass in B.Sc. Zoology

12

MTTM- Master of Tourism and Travel Management

A pass in any Bachelor’s Degree

15

M. Sc. Mathematics

A pass in B. Sc. Mathematics

15

Masters Programme in Fashion Designing

Graduation in Fashion Designing, Fashion Technology, Costume Designing, Apparel Designing, Apparel and  Fashion Design or any other degree with P.G. Diploma in Fashion Designing and any related subjects

15

Masters Programme in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics

Graduation in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics, Food Science and  Quality Control, Home Science, Family and Community Science, Food Service Management and Dietetics or Degree holders in Zoology, Microbiology, Food Microbiology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, BHMS, BAMS, B.Sc. Nursing with P.G. Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics and any related subjects

15

U.G. DIPLOMA PROGRAMME( Community College)

Programme

Duration

Eligibility

No. of seats

 Diploma in Health  Assistance

1 year

Pass in +2 exam

(Any stream)

50

 

P.G. DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

Programme

Duration

Eligibility

No. of Seats

P.G. Diploma in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics

1 year and 6 months (including 3 months internship)

B.Sc. Degree in Home Science, Botany, Zoology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Food Science and Quality Control and Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics, B.Sc.Nursing, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, BHMS, BAMS and any related subjects.

20

PG Diploma in  Fashion Designing

 

1 year and 6 months (including 2 months internship and project)

 

Any Graduation

20

P.G. Diploma in Management in Business Analytics

2 years

Graduation in

any subject

30

           

The rank list for various PG programmes will be prepared based on marks/ grades obtained by the applicants in their UG programme upto the fifth semester and the marks obtained in an entrance test.

 

M.Phil. PROGRAMMES ( Self-financing)

CORE

ELIGIBILITY

No. OF SEATS

Botany

Pass in M.Sc. Botany (Pure Botany, Applied Plant Sciences or any equivalent Post Graduate Degree, but with B.Sc. Degree in Botany) with not less than 55% marks.

10

Physics

Pass in M.Sc Physics (Pure, Applied, Materials Science, Theoretical Physics, New & Renewable energy, Non- conventional Energy Physics)with not less than 55% marks.

10

English

Pass in MA in English Language and Literature   with not less than 55% marks.

10

 

 

 

 

 

DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS

  • For Regular Programmes

Sl. No.

Quota

Seat Distribution(%)

1

Open Quota

40

2

Community ( Latin Catholic) Quota

20

3

Scheduled Caste Quota

15

4

Scheduled Tribe Quota

5

5

Management Quota

20

 

  • Candidates claiming reservation under Kerala Scheduled Castes/ Kerala Scheduled Tribes Quota should obtain caste/community certificate from the revenue authorities concerned. The seats un-availed by the SC candidates will be diverted to ST candidates and vice versa. The un-availed seats reserved for SC/ST shall be re-notified twice through print media.
  • Other Eligible Community (OEC candidates) who claim allotment to the un-availed seats, if any, under SC/ST quota (after re-notification) should furnish community and income certificates obtained from the revenue authorities concerned (The certificate should have been issued not earlier than 12 months prior to the submission of application). Those OEC candidates whose annual family income is upto Rs.6 lakhs alone are eligible for such seats.
  • In the absence of OEC candidates, the un-availed SC/ST seats can be filled from among the Latin Catholic applicants

 

  • For Self-financing Programmes

50% of the total seats shall be filled by the management from among candidates of their choice provided they satisfy the eligibility conditions. The remaining seats (50%) shall be distributed and filled as detailed in the following table

Sl. No.

Distribution of 50% Seats ear marked under Merit category

Percentage of Reservation

1

Open Quota

65

2

Scheduled Caste

8

3

Scheduled Tribe

2

4

Ezhava, Thiyya & Billava

9

5

Muslim

8

6

Latin Catholics other than Anglo Indians

2

7

Other Backward Christians (OBX)

1

8

Other Backward Hindus (OBH)

5

 

  • Candidates belonging to Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (i.e., Candidates belonging to communities as per Sl. Nos. 4 to 8 in the above table) as per G.O. (P) 208/66/Edn. Dated 2.5.1966, whose annual family income (i.e. annual income of all members of the family from all sources taken together) is up to 6 lakhs per annum (Six lakhs per annum) are eligible for reservation under this category. The certificate should have been issued not earlier than 12 months prior to the submission of application.
  • In the absence of eligible applicants in the SEBC category, the seats may be filled from among the applicants in the open quota.
  • Candidates claiming reservation under Kerala Scheduled Castes/ Kerala Scheduled Tribes Quota should obtain caste/community certificate from the revenue authorities concerned. The seats un-availed by the SC candidates will be diverted to ST candidates and vice versa. The un-availed seats reserved for SC/ST shall be re-notified twice through print media.
  • The unavailed seats, if any in SC/ST category ( after re-notification) may be filled from among the Latin Catholic applicants.

 

For UG admissions

An additional seat for each programme in affiliated Arts and Science colleges shall be created exclusively for the purpose of accommodating students sponsored by the Union Territory of Lakshadweep. This seat shall not be filled up by other candidates. The Head of the institutions should forward the list of such candidates admitted, separately to the University, immediately after admissions (U.O. No. Ac.AI/3/2761/06 dated 20.7.2006). Such applicants should apply directly to the colleges concerned.

Reservation for Persons with Disabilities (PD): 3% of the seats are reserved for candidates with disabilities for all programmes. 1% (one percent of the seats in UG Programmes) of seats shall be reserved for each of the three sections of Persons with Disabilities category (Blind, Deaf and Orthopaedically Challenged) with provision for interchange of seats, if candidates are not available in a particular category in a year. The selection of candidates under this category will be based on the rank in the inter-se merit list and physical suitability, and not on the basis of the degree of disability. ‘Person with disability’ means a person suffering from not less than 40% of any disability as certified by a Medical Board constituted for this purpose. Candidates who have a minimum of 40% disability alone will be eligible for this quota. A relaxation of 5% of marks in the qualifying examination from the prescribed minimum is allowed. Candidates seeking admission under PD category should attach with their application form, an attested copy of the ‘Certificate of disability’ issued by a District Medical Board or bodies of higher status, certifying the degree or percentage of disability. The unfilled seats under the PD category shall be converted to grant reservation for Children with Special Needs (CWSN).The eligibility prescribed for the Physically Challenged Candidates will be applicable to the Children with special need as well. iii. Special

Reservation: – The seats reserved under Sports Quota and Cultural Quota come under this category.

Sports quota: – Two seats in each programme (Interchangeable) shall be reserved for candidates with outstanding records in sports & games. The applicant for admission to the reservation quota should have represented at least the District Sports Zone. Preference shall be given to Sportsmen who have represented the State/National School Meet over the sportsmen who have represented the District/School. The applicant shall produce the relevant certificate to prove District representation. The following guidelines shall be followed in determining merit in sports for admission to the UG programmes. Marks shall be awarded to the First(Winner or the Winning Team), Second (Runner up or Runner up team), Third (third place) and participation as detailed.

  1. A) Minimum eligibility for admission of a candidate to undergraduate programmes (Sports Quota) is representation of a district in the State Championship in addition to his/her satisfying academic eligibility
  2. B) For securing admission to UG programmes under Sports Quota, including readmission, the performance of the candidate at 11th and 12th standards alone will be considered.

Sl. No.

Tournaments

Points for respective positions

First

Second

Third

Participation

1

Senior/Junior International Competitions

100

90

80

70

2

Senior/ Junior National Competitions

60

55

50

45

3

School Nationals(including CISCE,CBSE,HSE,VHSE)

40

35

30

25

4

Inter collegiate/ Senior/Junior State Championship (Inter District)

20

15

10

5

 

Cultural Quota: – One seat for each degree programme (Interchangeable) shall be reserved for students who excel in Youth festival recognised by Director of Public Instruction (DPI). The selection shall be made from among the applicants for the cultural quota on merit as detailed

Level

Points of Participation

A

B

C

Kerala School Kalolsavam

20

10

5

Revenue District level Youth Festival

10

5

 

A person can score points only in one category

 The highest score will be counted

 Where bracketed, scores in other categories will be counted

 

Seats reserved for PD/Special reservations are filled from then rank list prepared by the colleges concerned.

 

For PG admissions

Reservation for Nominees: (U.O No. Ac AI/3/2761/06 dated 20.07.2006) An additional seat shall be created in affiliated Arts and Science colleges and added to the total merit seats exclusively for the purpose of accommodating students sponsored by the Union Territory of Lakshadweep. This seat shall not be filled up with other candidates. The Head of the institutions should forward the list of such candidates admitted, separately to the University, immediately after admissions. The students who seek admission in this category should submit their application in the colleges concerned.

Reservation for Persons with Disabilities (PD): 3% of the seats (the total number of seats of all PG Programmes in a college pooled together) are reserved for candidates with disabilities for all Programmes. 1% (one percent of the seats in PG Programmes) of seats shall be reserved for each of the three sections of the physically handicapped (Blind, deaf and

Orthopaedically challenged) with provision for interchange of seats, if candidates are not available in a particular category in a year.

The selection of candidates under this category will be based on the rank in the inter-se merit list and physical suitability, and not on the basis of the degree of disability.

‘Person with disability’ means a person suffering from not less than 40% of any disability as certified by a Medical Board constituted for this purpose. Candidates who have a minimum of 40% disability alone will be eligible for this quota. A relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying examination from the prescribed minimum is allowed.

 

Candidates seeking admission under PD category should attach with their application form, an attested copy of the ‘Certificate of disability’ issued by a District Medical Board or bodies of higher status, certifying the degree or percentage of disability.

 

Reservation: – The seats reserved under Sports Quota and Cultural Quota come under this category.

Reservation of seats under Sports Quota

The following norms are prescribed for admission under sports quota.

 

  1. One seat for every 20 seats for M.A., M.Sc., M.Com Programmes with permission for interchangeability
  2. Where the number of seats is less than 20 for a subject, the seats may be pooled together, M.A., M.Sc., and M.Com being treated separately. Where the number of seats, after pooling, exceeds multiples of 20, an additional seat can be earmarked, if the excess number is 15 or more.
  3. Where the number of seats is still less than 15 after such pooling, all PG programmes may be pooled together.
  4. After such pooling, if the number of seats exceeds multiples of 20 an additional seat can be earmarked if the excess number is 15 or more.
  5. A minimum of one seat may be given if there are no sufficient seats.

The applicant for admission to the Sports quota should have represented at least the District Sports Zone. Preference shall be given to Sportsmen who have represented the State/University over the sportsmen who have represented the District/College. The applicant will produce the Certificate from the Honorary Secretary of the State Association of the event concerned to prove District representation.

The following guidelines shall be followed in determining merit in sports and athletics for admission to the PG programmes

Points shall be awarded to the First (Winner or the Winning Team), Second (Runners up or Runners up team), third (third place) and participation in the following manner

Category

First

Second

Third

Participation

International meet of Universities

150

125

100

90

Combined Indian Universities Team

80

70

60

55

National/Inter-State/All India Inter-University

50

40

30

25

South Zone Inter University

25

20

15

10

State Championship

10

7

5

3

Inter Collegiate Championship

7

5

3

 

The selection of candidates under the category will be based on the proficiency in sports/games.

 

Reservation of seats under Cultural Quota

  1. One seat for every 20 seats for M.A., M.Sc., M.Com Programmes with permission for interchangeability
  2. Where the number of seats is less than 20 for a subject, the seats may be pooled together, M.A., M.Sc., and M.Com being treated separately. Where the number of seats, after pooling, exceeds multiples of 20, an additional seat can be earmarked, if the excess number is 15 or more.
  3. Where the number of seats is still less than 15 after such pooling, all PG programmes may be pooled together.
  4. After such pooling, if the number of seats exceeds multiples of 20 an additional seat can be earmarked if the excess number is 15 or more.
  5. A minimum of one seat may be given if there are no sufficient seats.

Points shall be awarded to the applicants for the cultural quota in the following manner

Level

First position

Second position

Third position

Fourth position

National Inter University Youth Festival/Competition of Association of Indian Universities

50

30

20

10

Zonal Inter University Youth Festival/Competition of Association of Indian Universities

30

20

10

Annual University Youth Festival of any University in Kerala

20

10

5

 

In the absence of applicants who do not secure 1st , 2nd , 3rd and 4th places candidates with ‘A’ grade shall be considered for admission. The selection of candidates under the category will be based on the proficiency in cultural events only.

Candidates who possess ‘A Grade’

  • A person can score points only in one category.
  • The highest score will be counted
  • Where bracketed, scores in other categories will be counted
  • Where still bracketed, person who was the University athletic champion will be

          given 3 extra points.

  • Performance in any year during the Degree course in Mahatma Gandhi University will be taken into consideration.
  • She must be available for University events unless specifically exempted by the Vice-Chancellor/Director of Physical Education, Mahatma Gandhi University.

 

Ph.D. PROGRAMMES

Botany

Home Science

Sociology

Physics

Economics

English

 

 

ADD ON COURSES MANDATORY FOR UG PROGRAMMES

Every UG student is expected to take one add- on course chosen from the list given below

  1. Courses offered by the College
  • Certificate in Functional English
  • Certificate in Business Skills
  • Certificate in Desktop Publishing
  • Certificate in Communication Skills
  • Certificate in Computer Literacy Program
  • Certificate in Graphic Design and Animation
  • Certificate in Tourism, French Language and Cultural History of Kerala
  1. Courses offered by UGC
    • Guidance and Counseling
  2. Courses offered by CCEK (Centre for Continuing Education, Kerala)
  • PG Diploma in Counseling
  • Certificate Course in Jewellery Design
  1. Courses offered by Teresian Computer Centre
  • Certificate in Office Automation
  • Diploma in Computer Science
  • Diploma in Computer Applications
  • PG Diploma in Computer Applications
  1. Courses Offered by International Language Centre
  • Certificate Course in Spanish
  • Certificate Course in German
  • Certificate Course in French
  • Certificate Course in Japanese
  • Certificate Course in Chinese
  1. Course approved by Kerala State RUTRONIX.( Compulsory for B.Com. students)
  • Diploma in Sales Tax Practice (DSTP)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GENERAL RULES AND CONDUCT

  1. Students are expected to conduct themselves/ maintain discipline in and outside the college governed by the rules and regulations of the College.
  2. All students are expected to dress modestly.
  3. Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited.
  4. Usage of mobile phones by students is strictly banned inside the campus.
  5. Parents are expected to follow the student’s progress and conduct in and outside the College.

 

Scholarships, Stipends etc which can be availed

  1. Full fee concession, stipends/hostel fee, lump sum grant to SC, ST and OEC students.
  2. Under KPCR, Under Graduate students and Post Graduate students whose parent’s Annual Income is below 25,000/ and 1,00,000/- respectively are eligible for fee concession.
  3. State Scholarship depending on income and marks secured(Minimum 50% marks).

Note: It is obligatory for the candidates to report to the College on the allotted dates. Candidates who fail to appear before the Principal to join the Programme on the notified date and time will not be considered for admission.

For more details, visit website –www.teresas.ac.in

Helpline numbers: 0484-2351870, 2381312

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIST OF SCHEDULED CASTES

[As Amended by The Constitution (Scheduled Castes) Orders (Second Amendment) Act, 2002 [Act 61 of 2002) Vide Part VIII –

Kerala Schedule 1 Notified in the Gazette of India dated 18.12.2002. The Constitution (Scheduled Castes) Order (Amendment)

Act 2007]

[See Clause 5.4.3 (a)]

  1. Adi Andhra 38. xxx
  2. Adi Dravida 39. Moger (other than Mogeyar)
  3. Adi Karnataka 40. Mundala
  4. Ajila 41. Nalakeyava
  5. Arunthathiyar 42. Nalkadaya
  6. Ayyanavar 43. Nayadi
  7. Baira 44. xxx
  8. Bakuda 45. Pallan
  9. xxx 46. Palluvan
  10. Bathada 47. Pambada
  11. xxx 48. Panan
  12. Bharathar (Other than Parathar), Paravan 49. xxx
  13. xxx 50. Paraiyan, Parayan, Sambavar, Sambavan, Sambava,

Paraya, Paraiya, Parayar

  1. Chakkiliyan 51. xxx
  2. Chamar, Muchi 52. xxx
  3. Chandala 53. xxx
  4. Cheruman
  5. Pulayan, Cheramar, Pulaya, Pulayar, Cherama, Cheraman,

Wayanad Pulayan, Wayanadan Pulayan, Matha, Matha Pulayan

  1. Domban 55. xxx
  2. xxx 56. Puthirai Vannan
  3. xxx 57. Raneyar
  4. xxx 58. Samagara
  5. Gosangi 59. Samban
  6. Hasla 60. Semman, Chemman, Chemmar
  7. Holeya
  8. Thandan (excluding Ezhuvas and Thiyyas who are known

as Thandan, in the erstwhile Cochin and Malabar areas) and

(Carpenters who are known Thachan, in the erstwhile Cochin

and Travancore State)

  1. Kadaiyan 62. Thoti
  2. Kakkalan, Kakkan 63. Vallon
  3. Kalladi 64. Valluvan
  4. Kanakkan, Padanna, Padannan 65. xxx
  5. xxx 66. xxx
  6. Kavara (other than Telugu speaking or Tamil speaking

Balija Kavarai, Gavara, Gavarai, Gavarai Naidu, Balija Naidu,

Gajalu Balija or Valai Chetty)

  1. Vetan
  2. Koosa 68. Vettuvan, Pulaya Vettuvan (in the areas of eastwhile

Cochin State only)

  1. Kootan,Koodan 69. Nerian
  2. Kudumban
  3. Kuravan, Sidhanar, Kuravar, Kurava, Sidhana
  4. Maila
  5. Malayan [In the areas comprising the Malabar District as

specified by Sub-section (2) of Section 5 of the State Reorganization

Act. 1956 (37 of 1956)]

  1. Mannan (ÎHÞX), Pathiyan, Perumannan, Vannan, Velan

LIST OF SCHEDULED TRIBES

[As Amended by The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Orders (Amendment) Act, 2002 (Act 10 of

2003) Vide Part-VII -Kerala – Second Schedule Notified in the Gazette of India dated 8.1.2(03)

[See Clause 5.4.3 (a)]

  1. Adiyan 23. Malakkuravan
  2. Arandan [Arandanan) 24. Malasar
  3. Eravallan
  4. [Malayan, Nattu Malayan, Konga Malayan

                                                                                                                           (excluding the areas comprising the Kasaragod, Kannur,

     Wayanad and Kozhikode Districts)

  1. Hill Pulaya, Mala Pulayan, Kurumba Pulayan,

Kuravazhi Pulayan, Pamba Pulayan                                                                26. Malayarayar

  1. Irular, Irulan 27. Mannan
  2. Kadar [Wayanad Kadar) 28. xxx
  3. xxx 29. Muthuvan, Mudugar, Muduvan
  4. Kanikkaran, Kanikkar 30. Palleyan, Palliyan, Palliyar, Paliyan
  5. Kattunayakan 31. xxx
  6. (Kochuvelan) 32. xxx
  7. xxx 33. Paniyan
  8. xxx 34. Ulladan, [Ullatan)
  9. Koraga 35. Uraly
  10. xxx 36. Mala Vettuvan(in Kasaragod & Kannur districts)
  11. Kudiya, Melakudi 37. Ten Kurumban, Jenu Kurumban
  12. Kurichchan [Kurichiyan) 38. Thachanadan, ThachanadanMoopan
  13. Kurumans, Mullu Kuruman, Mulla Kuruman,

Mala Kuruman                                                                                                              39. Cholanaickan

  1. Kurumbas, [Kurumbar, Kurumban) 40. Mavilan
  2. Maha Malasar 41. Karimpalan
  3. Malai Arayan [Mala Arayan) 42. Vetta Kuruman
  4. Malai Pandaram 43. Mala Panikkar
  5. Malai Vedan [Malavedan)

LIST OF OTHER ELIGIBLE COMMUNITIES(OEC)

[See Clause 5.4.3(f))]

  1. Chemman/Chemmar 15. Malavettuvan
  2. Madiga 16. Malamuthan
  3. Pulluvan 17. KunduVadiyan
  4. Thachar (other than Carpenter throughout State

excluding the erstwhile Malabar area)

  1. Thachanadan Moopan
  2. Chakkamar 19. Wayanad Kadar
  3. Varnavar 20. Kalanadi
  4. Kudumbi 21. Chingathan
  5. Dheevara/Dheevaran, Arayan, Valan, Nulayan,

Mukkuvan, Arayavathi, Valinjiar, Paniakkal,

  1. Malayalar
  2. Mokaya, Bovi, Mogayar and Megavirar Peruvannan 23. Malapanicker
  3. Scheduled Castes converts. 24. Urindavan
  4. Kusavan including Kusavar, Kulalan, Kumbaran, Velaan,

Odan, Andhra Nair, Anthru Nair                                                                           25. Marati

  1. Malayan, (Konga-Malayan, Pani Malayan (in the

erstwhile Malabar area alone)

  1. Pulaya Vettuvan (except in the areas of erstwhile Cochin State)
  2. Pathiyan (other than Dhobies)
  3. Allar (Alan)

 

LIST OF SOCIALLY AND EDUCATIONALLY BACKWARD CLASSES (SEBC)

[Vide G.O.(P) 208/66/Edn. dated 02-5-1966] [See Clause 5.4.2]

 

  1. Ezhavas including Ezhavas, Thiyyas, Ishuvan, Izhuvan, lIIuvan and Billava
  2. Muslims (all sections following Islam)

III. Latin Catholics other than Anglo-Indians

  1. Other Backward Christians
  2. SIUC
  3. Converts from Scheduled Castes to Christianity
  4. Other Backward Hindus i.e.
  5. Agasa
  6. Arayas including Valan, Mukkuvan, Mukaya, Mogayan, Arayan, Bovies, Kharvi, Nulayan,

and Arayavathi

  1. Aremahrati
  2. Arya including Dheevara/Dheevaran, Atagara, Devanga, Kaikolan, (Sengunthar) Pattarya,

Saliyas (Padmasali, Pattusali, Thogatta, Karanibhakatula, Senapathula, Sali, Sale,

Karikalabhakulu, Chaliya) Sourashtra, Khatri, Patnukaran, lIIathu Pillai, Illa Vellalar, IIlathar

  1. Bestha
  2. Bhandari or Bhondari
  3. Boya
  4. Boyan
  5. Chavalakkaran
  6. Chakkala (Chakkala Nair)
  7. Devadiga
  8. Ezhavathi (Vathi)
  9. Ezhuthachan, Kadupattan
  10. Gudigara
  11. Galada Konkani
  12. Ganjam Reddies
  13. Gatti
  14. Gowda
  15. Ganika including Nagavamsom
  16. Hegde
  17. Hindu Nadar
  18. Idiga including Settibalija
  19. Jangam
  20. Jogi
  21. Jhetty
  22. Kanisu or Kaniyar-Panicker, Kaniyan, Kanisan, Kannian or Kani, Ganaka
  23. Kudumbi
  24. Kalarikurup or Kalari Panicker
  25. Kerala Muthali
  26. Kusavan including Kulala, Kumbaran, Odan, Oudan (Donga) Odda (Vodde or Vadde or

Veddai) Velaan, Andhra Nair, Anthuru Nair.

  1. Kalavanthula
  2. Kallan including Isanattu Kallar
  3. Kabera
  4. Korachas
  5. Kammalas including Viswakarmala, Karuvan, Kamsalas, Viswakarmas, Pandikammala,

 Malayal-Kammala, Kannan, Moosari, Kalthachan, Kallasari, Perumkollen, Kollan, Thattan,

Pandithattan, Thachan, Asari, Villasan, Vilkurup, Viswabrahmins, Kitara, Chaptegara.

  1. Kannadiyans
  2. Kavuthiyan
  3. Kavudiyaru
  4. Kelasi or Kalasi Panicker
  5. Koppala Velamas
  6. Krishnanvaka
  7. Kuruba
  8. Kurumba
  9. Maravan (Maravar)
  10. Madivala
  11. Maruthuvar
  12. Mahratta (Non-Brahman)
  13. Melakudi (Kudiyan)
  14. Mogaveera
  15. Moili
  16. Mukhari
  17. Modibanda
  18. Moovari
  19. Moniagar
  20. Naicken including Tholuva Naicker and Vettilakkara Naicker
  21. Padyachi (Villayankuppam)
  22. Palli
  23. Panniyar or Pannayar
  24. Parkavakulam (Surithiman, Malayaman, Nathaman, Moopanar and Nainar)
  25. Rajapuri
  26. Sakravar (Kavathi)
  27. Senaithalaivar, Elavania, Senaikudayam
  28. Chetty, Sadhu Chetty including Telugu Chetty or 24 Manai Telugu Chetty and Wynadan

Chetty

  1. Tholkolan
  2. Thottiyan
  3. Uppara (Sagara)
  4. Ural Goundan
  5. Valaiyan
  6. Vada Balija
  7. Vakkaliga
  8. Vaduvan(Vadugan)
  9. Veera Saivas (Pandaram, Vairavi, Vairagi, Yogeeswar, Matapathi and Yogi)
  10. Veluthedathu Nair including Vannathan, Veluthedan and Rajaka
  11. Vilakkithala Nair including Vilakkathalavan, Ambattan Pranopakari, Pandithar and

Nusuvan

  1. Vaniya including Vanika, Vanika Vaisya, Vaisya Chetty, Vanibha Chetty, Ayiravar

Nagarathar,Vaniyan

  1. Yadava including Kolaya, Ayar, Mayar, Maniyani, Eruman, Golla and Kolaries
  2. Chakkamar
  3. Mogers of Kasaragod Taluk
  4. Maratis of Hosdurg Taluk
  5. Paravans of Malabar area excluding Kasaragod Taluk
  6. Peruvannan (Varnavar)
  7. Reddiar
  8. Pattarias

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