VET BVL Polytechnic

Admission Overview - Best Diploma College in JP Nagar, Bangalore

Admission Overview

VET institutions has become an educational home for thousands of students. VET BVL Polytechnic being one of the best Diploma colleges in JP Nagar, South Bangalore, offers a wide range of diploma courses for students to brighten their future.

Eligibility for admission to Polytechnic Colleges in Bangalore

Pass in SSLC or Equivalent examination. ITI Students are eligible for lateral entry to III Semester Diploma Courses in Cognizant Courses.

Certificate to be Provided by Karnataka Candidates

  • SSLC / Equivalent Marks Card
  • Transfer Certificate
  • Study Certificate for 5 years from 1st Std. to 10th Std. duly counter signed by Block Education Officer
  • Medical Certificate
  • Caste Certificate and Income Certificate (For SC/ST and Cat I) issued by competent authority
  • Four Stamp size Photographs

Certificate to be Provided by Non - Karnataka Candidates

  • SSLC / Equivalent Marks Card
  • Transfer Certificate
  • Eligibility Certificate
  • Migration Certificate
  • Medical Certificate
  • Four Stamp size Photographs
  • (Note : An Amount of Rs.125/- is to be paid by the candidate at the time of submission of the application at the VET BVL Polytechnic college office)

Rules for Admission at The Best Diploma College, Bangalore

  • Application for admission should reach the authorized person on or before the specified date
  • Application will have to be accompanied by certified Photostat copies of:
    • Transfer certificate from the previous school/college
    • Statement of marks.
    • Eligibility certificate and migration certificate in case of the students coming from other state.
    • Eligibility certificate from the Board of Technical Exams for candidates who have passed other than Karnataka examinations
    • Caste Certificate
  • Admissions are made only after a personal interview with the authorized person of the Management
  • Original documents and certificate to be produced on specified date
  • Payment of prescribed admission fee should be made on or before the date notified, failing which the candidate loses the claim for admission
  • Fee once paid is non-refundable.
  • All admissions provisional, subject to the Approval of Board of Technical Education in Karnataka.
  • Admission to the next higher class is not automatic, but subject to the eligibility as per the rules of Directorate of Technical Education

General code of Conduct

  • Students should maintain discipline and decorum in the college campus.
  • Undesirable behaviour like being inattentive, indifferent to lessons, discourtesy to the staff members, tampering the Notice Board, damaging property, littering the campus or any indisciplined act which affects the prestige and reputation of the institution will be viewed strictly and such students will be suspended from the institution during the academic year without any notice.
  • A student should not leave the class without the permission or until the lecturer has left the room or asked the class to disperse.
  • Waiting in groups and talking are strictly prohibited in the corridors, verandah, staircase or anywhere in the campus.
  • Students shall not take part in any anti-social activities or be a member of any political party. A student violating the conditions is liable to be suspended or dismissed from college.
  • Students shall handle the furniture, books and any property of the organization with great care and consideration. Any loss or damage of the property will be chargeable individually or collectively.
  • Students will not hold any meetings or collect funds without the permission of the management.
  • Students are expected to adopt a modest style of dressing failing which the students will be discharged from the institution anytime.
  • Use of mobile phones in college is strictly prohibited.
  • As per the orders of Hon'ble Supreme Court, New Delhi and further guidelines issued by the State Government, ragging is banned and any one indulging in such acts shall be punished accordingly. Apart from criminal prosecution, the punishment could include expulsion from the college, suspension from the classes for a limited period or fine with public apology. The punishment may be also in the form of
    • Withholding of scholarships or other benefits
    • debarring from representing any College events
    • Withholding results
    • Suspension or expulsion from the hostel.
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