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Student Admission Procedure

Admission of the students will be controlled by the Administrative Office- Alma HO- India. You are required to submit ALL the documents to ACH-Alma Centre Head. Admission Form will be sent by the ACH to the Alma Head Office for Enrollment of the student.

 

 

 

 

 

Student: Admission Procedure 

Step-One
Admission Requirements

  • Ensure that you meet the admission requirements for the program you are interested for. 
  • Check the the particular course you are interested in.
  • You may refer to the admission requirements .

Step-Two
Forms and Documents Required

  • Completed ALL sections of the Student Admission form and duly signed by applicant.
  • Passport-size photographs – 2 Nos.
  • Notarized and certified copies of your educational certificates and transcripts
  • An application fee (non-transferable and non-refundable) payable to Alma Centre
  • Make a copy of the application form for your reference.

Step-Three
Submit the Application

  • You are required to submit ALL the documents listed in Step 2 to Enrollment number will be issued to the student and will be forwarded to Centre Heads for further process.
  • Admission procedure will be concluded.  

     
     

Students may Contact Alma Centre/ Alma HO for any Clarification & Information. 

Note the important & mandatory information

The Centre Head should judicially use the LOGO/BRAND NAME/ SIGN/ TRADE MARK of Alma in  all the documents, e-communications, displays, stationeries (Visiting Card/ Letter Head etc.), designs, layouts etc. used directly or/and indirectly in the activities related Alma.  Any deviation in this respect shall be breach of trust and shall result to the termination of the Franchisee Agreement. 

 

5. Academic Calendar:  The Centre should be strictly adhered with the ‘Academic Calendar’ mentioned hereunder.  All the relative terms and conditions as well as rules are also specifically mentioned hereunder:-

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