Minority AP DEECET Instructions for D.Ed Admissions: Minority AP DEECET 2022 Instructions for Minority D.Ed Admissions: B.Ed & D.Ed College Management Association of A.P. (BDCMA) has issued I Phase and II Phase DEECET-SW-II-AC-2022-23 Admission Notification for giving Web Options through BDCMA Website for Admission into a two-year course in Minority D.Ed Colleges of Andhra Pradesh State. For more details are available at https://apdeecet.apcfss.in/.
The Association of Managements of Minority Colleges of Education AP has informed to all the DEECET 2022 qualified Muslim and Christian Minority Students to attend the web counselling of D.Ed Admissions as per the given Association of Managements of Minority Colleges of Education AP schedule. So, Candidate are requested that please follow the guidelines for giving web options.
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES
1. Candidates are required to be present on the notified date and time at the notified helpline centers with all the relevant certificates (Including Original, Photostat/Attested copies) and fee.
2. Candidates are called for registration rank wise. The candidates are required to sign in the registration register and pay Rs 900/- towards processing fee (Registration, Verification, and Scratch Card) which is non-refundable and nontransferable to others. After Payment, the candidates are requested to proceed for Registration and Verification of Certificates.
3. Candidates claiming fee exemption have to produce parental income certificate from all sources duly signed by MRO. Parental income up to Rs.1,00,000 per annum, in case of SC/STs parental income up to Rs. 2,00,000 are only eligible for tuition fee exemption.
4. The candidates shall submit all other certificates as notified, if applicable.
5. The verification officer will verify the genuinity of the certificates produced and collect the certificates.
6. After verification, the candidate shall proceed to issue counter.
The following documents will be issued to the candidate
a) Receipt of Certificates
b) Scratch Card.
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The “Scratch Card” contains serial number and hidden “Password”. The candidate is required to verify whether the serial number on the scratch card is the same as the one printed on the Receipt of Certificate. Any discrepancy should be brought to the notice of the camp officer @ Helpline Centre(HLC) immediately for correction.
Candidates need to verify the caste category, local area, gender, religion, medium, date of birth and mobile number printed on receipt of certificates. Any discrepancy should be brought to the notice of Camp Officer / Camp coordinator @ Helplin Centre(HLC) immediately for corrections. Seat allotment process depends on the accuracy of the above data. You are also jointly responsible for ensuring the correctness of the data.
Read the instructions on the scratch card carefully and keep the scratch card till the end of the admissions for giving options on the web either from helpline centre / home / any other internet facility.
The “password” consists of ten letter code with English capitals A to Z. After scratching gently silver/black panel on the scratch card, the password will be visible. The password is candidate specific. It cannot be used by any other candidates for giving options. Do not reveal your Scratch Card Serial Number and Password to others.
The detailed instructions/Procedure document for entering options on web is hosted on http://apminoritycounseling.in/. On the notified date, the web options are processed and allotment is communicated to the candidate through mobile. Candidate can download the provisional allotment order and report to the concerned Help Line Centre for attestation on the notified date on the website http://apminoritycounseling.in/.
In case of loss of scratch card, duplicate scratch card will be issued on payment of Rs.500/- with proof of identity along with receipt of certificates at the helpline centres where the candidate attended previously.
Candidates are instructed to be careful while exercising options on the web and take the print out of the Locked/Freezed options. The candidate may note the college codes and exercise their web options accordingly. The list of colleges along with their intake and college code is hosted on http://www.bdcma.com. Candidates can give web options from helpline center(HLC) or internet center or home as per the schedule given in the notification.
Eligibility Criteria for admission and selection for methodology
The eligibility criteria for admission into D.El.Ed. course shall be as mentioned below :
a) The candidates should be of Indian Nationality and should satisfy the Local / Non Local status requirements as laid down in the Andhra Pradesh Educational Institutions ( Regulation of admission) Order, 1974 as subsequently amended for admission into all seats.
b) Candidates should have secured a rank in DIETCET conducted for the Academic Year concerned for admission and should satisfy the educational criteria prescribed for the course as shown at point (c) below.
c) Educational Qualifications:
i). The candidate should have passed or appeared for the Intermediate Examination (Qualifying Exam) or its equivalent as decided by DEECET Committee for appearing at the DEECET. However, He/She should have passed the qualifying examination by the time of admission.
ii). The candidates should have secured 45% of marks in aggregate in the qualifying Examination for appearing at the DEECET. The minimum percentage of marks in the case of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe and Physically Challenged candidates shall however be 40%. The candidates who passed Intermediate with Vocational Courses are not eligible for appearing.
d) Candidates should have completed 17 years of age as on 1st September of the year of admission. There shall be no upper age limit for admission into D.El.Ed course.
e) The Minority Candidate who can be determined as belonging to any particular minority community on the basis of the Secondary School Certificate or any other equivalent record or Transfer Certificate as mentioned in II(1) of G.O.Ms.No.1 Minorities Welfare (M&R) Department Dt.07.06.2004 as belonging to any particular religion. For latest updates, watch the website http://www.bdcma.com.
For exercising web options refer to the instructions/procedure document hosted on www.bdcma.com. The Important updates will be notified in FLASH NEWS through website http://apminoritycounseling.in/ for any new changes/Updates. For Example : Last date for reporting at the college etc.
Candidates are informed to check their final allotment, take printout of allotment letter from the web and report to the concerned Help Line Centre for convenor attestation. And report to the respective colleges on or before the date furnished on the allotment letter, failing which the candidate will lose the admission. Candidates shall pay tuition fee and special fee as specified in the notification after final allotment at the Central Bank of India.
Minority AP DEECET Instructions for D.Ed Admissions
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If candidate desires to cancel his / her admission and again want to appear in next round of counseling, has to again pay Rs 900/- processing fee as a fresh candidate. And the amount is non refundable and non transferable to others.
If a candidate wishes to withdraw from counseling, he / she can do so by submitting an application to that effect to the co-ordinator, help line center. However, original certificates will be returned to the candidate only after all seat allotment process is completed.
Next round of counseling for left over seats in phase-I and not reported cases and new seats sanctioned if any will be conducted. A separate notification will be issued for Phase-II and subsequent phases if any, for the left over seats and new seats if any sanctioned.
Who should participate in Phase-II and subsequent Phases if any
a. Who secure a seat in the earlier phase of web-based counseling and wish to move to some other colleges.
b. Candidates who participated in the earlier phases of web-based counseling and could not secure a seat.
c. Candidates who did not participate in earlier phase even though he/she has been called for counseling.
d. Candidates who were allotted a seat but didn’t report/pay the fee at the college.
e. A candidate allotted a seat in the earlier phase but canceled his / her admission.
The candidates may note that
a. Options Exercised for one phase will not be considered for other phases of counseling
b. Candidates have to exercise options afresh for each phase of web-based counseling.
c. In case they are satisfied with the previous allotment, options need not be exercised again.
d. Options may be exercised for those colleges even if the vacancies are not available, as vacancies may arise due to sliding, cancellation, and conversions.
If the candidate secures a seat in phase – II, he/she will lose the claim on the earlier allotted college and has to report to the new college by downloading the allotment letter on or before the date furnished in the allotment letter. Transfer for seats/Sliding from a college that is included in SW-II to another college included in SW-I is not allowed.
Failing to report to the new college within the date furnished in the allotted college will lose the claim on the new college as well as the old college. If No Seat is allotted, collect your certificates from the Helpline Center(HLC) on the date specified, if applicable. Minority AP DEECET Instructions for D.Ed Admissions.
If the candidate is not interested to join in allotted college, he / she may request for cancellation of allotted seat and collect original certificates from helpline center a day before the date specified by the Convener.
Before a cutoff date, the candidate can cancel the allotted seat, by getting endorsement on request letter from the Principal of the college and collect your original certificates from helpline center.35. After the cut-off date for admission, in case the candidates wish to cancel their admission they are required to approach the principal of the college concerned only.