Students can apply online.

The cost of an application is as follows:

  1. All UG Courses : Rs. 55/-
  2. All PG Courses : Rs. 65/-
  3. M.C.A Course : Rs. 100/-

Candidates of all gender can apply for all the UG, PG, MCA and M.Phil., courses of both Shift-I (Aided) and Shift-II (Self-Financing). Our college is basically a men’s college. As per Govt. rule 30% of women students will be admitted in Shift-I (aided).

After filling up all the necessary details, students should take the print out of the filled-in application and the same should be submitted to the College Office either in person or by post, addressed to Rev. Fr. Principal, St. Xavier’s College, Palayamkottai – 627 002 immediately after the publication of +2 results. The mark statements downloaded form the internet should be attested by the Gazetted Officer.

All filled-in applications should reach the College Office within 10 working days from the date of the publication of +2 results along with required enclosures.

The list of provisionally selected candidates will be published on the college notice board. The candidates will have to appear for a personal interview along with their parents. If any candidate fails to appear for the interview at the notified time, the provisional selection will automatically get cancelled. After the interview, the eligible candidates must be prepared to pay the fee immediately.

Photocopies of the following certificates must be enclosed along with application form.

  1. 1. Qualifying Examination Mark Sheet (HSC)
  2. 2. Community Certificate (BC / BCM / MBC / DNC / SC / ST /SCA)
  3. 3. A letter from the Parish Priest for Roman Catholics.
  4. 4. Certificate of Proof for Differently Abled: Physically Challenged / Sports / NCC / NSS / Ex. Serviceman etc.

All the Original Certificates along with TRANSFER CERTIFICATE should produced at the time of interview.

“Admission is subject to verification of mark certificates by the Director of Government Examinations and if the mark certificate is found to be bogus, admission is liable for cancellation besides criminal action being taken.”