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  • The approval from Directorate of Technical Education, Chennai stands final for the admissions made by the Institution. The students cannot claim any rights for the admissions made if the admissions are denied by the directorate.
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  • Certificate Submission Criterion:
    It is mandatory to submit all the necessary credentials like S.S.L Certificate/ Matriculation Examination Certificate/ H.S Certificate/ C.B.S.E Certificate/ I.C.S.E Certificate or any other exams recognized or equivalent to the S.S.L.C Examination by the Board of Secondary Education, Tamilnadu along with TC, Community Certificate, Equivalence Certificate, Migration Certificate
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  • Eligibility Criterion:
    Eligibility for securing admissions into I Year /II Year polytechnic is governed by Directorate of Technical Education, Chennai
    For I year - 10th passed/SSLC/Matric/CBSE/ANGLO
    For II year (Lateral year) – Passed 12th Science with Vocational/ Technical (or) 10th + (2 year I.T.I) with appropriate specialization
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  • Fees expense: Please contact office directly or at 0422-4313555, 2666490.
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  • Living expense: Living cost on campus would be approximately Rs.850.00 per month. Please contact office for exact details.
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  • Mess expense: Approximately 2600.00 per month
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  • Way to pay fees:
    By Cash: To Cashier at the Office
    By Demand draft: in favor of Sankara Polytechnic College, Saravanampatti, Coimbatore 35
    By Cheque: In favor of Sankara Polytechnic College, Saravanampatti, Coimbatore 35
    By Direct Bank: Indian Overseas Bank. A/c number 061302000003930
    By NEFT / RTGS Account:
    Sankara Polytechnic College
    Indian Overseas Bank
    Branch: Ganapathy, Sathy road.
    IFSC code: IOBA 0000613
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  • Living On campus:
    The College provides separate hostel facility for boys and girls with amenities needed for student life in college. The rooms are neatly ventilated with proper lighting and fans. New admissions of outstation students are advised to stay in college hostel during their I year of study.
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  • Living Off campus:
    There are various rooms available for rent monthly and annually outside the campus. The college is not responsible for the comfort and convenience of the students living outside.
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  • Food options:
    There is fully-fledged canteen operated on campus serving refreshments during college hours. In the hostels there are mess options serving pure vegetarian food at affordable rates. In addition to the on campus food options, there are many food options and restaurants outside.