Application for Admission is to be made in Prescribed Application Form, cost Rs. 300/-; (Rupees Three Hundred only) along with Cash/DD of Rs. 200/- ( Rupees Two Hundred Ony) as fee for Admission Test ( Non-refundable) payable in favour of DR. K. R. ADHIKARY COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY & PARAMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY.
The completed application addressed to the Administrator-cum-Principal should be submitted in the office of College Building in hand/ by post before announced last date and with late fees of Rs. 100/- ( Rupees One Hundred only ) up to 10 days after last date.
Candidates will have to appear before a Board of Selection Committee or an Entrance Examination will be done as per decision of the authority for selection. Candidate while submitting the Application in hand will know the date and time of the said test. In case of submissions of Application by post along with self-addressed stamped (for registered post) 11 × 25 cm. size envelops to send the Admit Card.
List of selected Candidates will be displayed in the Notice Board of the College.
Professional courses –
All Professional Courses ( Optometry and Paramedical) are likely to commence on and from July every year.
Vocational Courses –
C.B.P.N. Course is likely to commence on and from January every year.
C.C.H.S. and C.S.I. Courses are likely to commence on and from January and July every year.
Professional Courses –
English will be the common language. However, every effort is made by Lecturers to present their subjects in words, which are easy to understand. Lecturers would always be ready to help any student, who has not understood.
Vocational Courses –
Bilingual ( English & Bengali ).
All students will have to obtain Identity Card duly signed by the Administrator-cum-Principal. Every Student must carry his/her Identity Card along with him/her and produce the same on demand inside the College Campuses.
a) Written warning and information to the Parent/Guardian.
b) Fine Rs. 500/- (Rupees five hundred only) or above.
c) Suspension/expulsion from the Department/O.P.D. and College.
d) Debarring from Examination, Participation in C.M.E. Programmes.
e) Information to Law Enforcing Authorities.
80% attendance in classes including Practical and O.P.D. duty is necessary for a collegiate student to appear in the Annual Examination. Below 80% attendance in classes will be treated as a Non-collegiate student. This category of students may be considered justified on facts and internal assessment and has to pay a requisite fees to appear the Annual Examination.
Regular Periodical Examinations shall be conducted throughout the courses. In addition there shall be regular day-to-day assessment of student assignment.
To develop English Enhancement skills, listening skills, speaking skills, reading skills, vocabulary, written skills, presentation skills etc., grooming session is compulsory for all students of all courses. A nominal fee will be charged for this session. Grooming session & campus interview for placement will be conducted by our Placement Cell.