SAMS Odisha +3 merit list 2019 has been published at samsodisha.gov.in. Students of Odisha, who had applied for admission to degree colleges in Odisha can check the second selection list to know whether they have gotten admission or not. Also, cut off for each college and stream has been published. The whole admission process is online, thus making it easy for admission seekers to complete admission formalities in a short period of time.
To check the merit list, students have to first go to samsodisha.gov.in, then click Degree (+3) link under higher education. Then they can see merit list, merit list PWD, and existing student login link on the official website. Clicking on merit list link leads to college and category wise rank list.
There, students need to select college type, name of district, name of college, stream, and subject from drop down that appear on rank list display page. As soon as relevant details are selected, list of students who have been allotted a seat display along with cut off percentage, and seats available. For example, the cut off percentage for general candidates in Baba Panchalingeswar degree college in Balasore for History in Arts stream is 40.33%.
Students who have been allotted seats need to login at SAMS student account in order to deposit admission fee. This process should be completed by August 8, 2019, 5 pm. Simultaneously online admission updation of students selected in second admission can be seen until August 10, 2019, 5 pm. Students who take admission must update annexure-7 by August 11, 2019, 5 pm.
The highest cut off is for Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar (Autonomous) College, Bhubaneswar. Here, the cut off for general category candidates is 91.2% for Mathematics, 87.67% for Physics, 86.5% for Zoology, 85.6% for Chemistry. Close behind it are Basic Science & Humanities (Degree) College, Bhubaneswar where physics cut off is 86.5%, and Fakir Mohan (Autonomous) College, Balasore with 85.5% cut off for physics.
A total of 2,37,216 students had registered for Odisha degree college admission 2019-2020. The number of students who applied online was 2,15,245, and those who paid fees was 2,15,132. These students are competing for admission to 1,047 degree colleges in Odisha.
Students Academic Management System (SAMS) is the system in which students seek admission in +3 classes for arts, commerce, science streams including in sanskrit colleges. The whole process of admissions is online, and hence referred to as e-admission.
The system was established in the year 2009-10 for 60 junior colleges, and thereafter expanded its purview to 169 junior colleges of +2 level, and 53 degree colleges of +3 level in 2010-11. Then in 2011-12, its reach expanded to all junior colleges including self-financed colleges, and 162 degree colleges. It was in the year 2012-13 that junior, degree, autonomous colleges of Odisha came under SAMS. then vocational, sanskrit colleges were included in 2016-17. ITIs came under SAMS in 2017-18, and government, private ITI, sports and diploma institutions got included in 2018-19.