• A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification must include a minimum of three years of regular education from a recognized University after completing higher secondary schooling [10+2] or equivalent.
  • Candidates appearing for the final semester are also eligible to apply.
  • Score secured from TANCET/CMAT/ATMA/MAT/CAT/XAT /GMAT or any other test stipulated by Government of India or Government of Tamil Nadu.
  • After processing the application short listed candidates will be called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview.

How to Apply ?

Application forms can be obtained in person from college office or in Dindigul office on payment of Rs. 500 by cash or DD.
Application forms can also be obtained through post by sending a DD for Rs. 500 with a covering letter requesting for the application form and indicating your complete postal address.
Application forms can also be downloaded from here and submitted along with the payment of Rs. 500 by DD.

*Demand Draft drawn in favour of "AR School of Business" payable at Dindigul.

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New Scholarship for SC/ST students

SC/ST students will be eligible for 100% fee waiver for both free seats category as well as payment seats category

Government GO:
All scheduled caste and scheduled tribe students of self-financing educational institutions in Tamil Nadu, including those admitted under the ‘payment seats' category, will now be eligible for the benefits of a scheme under which all compulsory fees collected by the institutions would be paid on their behalf by the government.

Chief Minister Jayalalithaa decided to extend the concession, presently enjoyed by scheduled caste/ scheduled tribe students of government and government-aided institutions, to all SC/ST students in private, unaided institutions.

All courses recognized by the government would be covered by the scheme, and the entire fee fixed by the government-appointed Fee Committee for Self-Financing Colleges would be borne by the government under the Centre's Post-Matric Scholarship scheme from 2011-12.