Application for admission should be made in the prescribed form available in the college administrative office on payment of a prescribed fee. Applications should be filled by candidate personally and after enclosing attested Xerox copies of relevant certificates and affixing photo should be submitted in the college office personally. Admissions will be based as per rules and regulations prescribed by Palamuru University. College will follow the admission schedule as communicated by Palamuru University.
No students will be admitted after the due date. If any wrong information is given by the applicant, university may cancel his/her admission at any time for which the
Promotion to II and III year will be made as per the eligibility conditions prescribed by Palamuru University. Any change in second language or change of groups or media will be allowed only before the cut of date announced by the university.
Those candidates who have passed the intermediate public examination conducted by the board of Intermediate Education; A.P. or any other examination recognised as its equivalent with MPC/BiPC with a minimum of 40% aggregate marks obtained in the optional subjects concerned are eligible for admission into B.Sc. Ist year in Physical and Biological Science respectively.
Those candidates who have passed the intermediate public examination conducted by the board of Intermediate Education; A.P. or any other examination Recognised as its equivalent with any group, are eligible for admission into 1st year of B.Com. (Gen.) /B.Com. (Comp.).
Any graduate with Chemistry.
SVDC conducts midterm and prefinal examinations along with unit tests and other assignments. All the students are required to attend these examinations with proper planning and preparation to score very good marks in each subject. SVDC sends the results to the parents periodically through post. Those who have not received may contact the college office and collect the progress reports.
As per Palamuru University rules, it is compulsory for all students to attend 75% of all theory and practical classes in each paper in order to be eligible to appear for the university examinations. The examination forms of students who fall short of 75% attendance will not be forwarded to the university.