The aim of admission policy is to provide fair and equal opportunities for the students seeking admission to different courses & programs
Our policy is to welcome students to apply for admissions from all walk of life, ethnic backgrounds, race, religion and gender without any discrimination.
Individual right and freedoms are respected but must be balanced with lawful needs and rules of the institute community and the rights and freedom of others.
All students coming for admissions will be treated equally irrespective of their race, gender, colour, faith, religion, sect, cast, political views, social status and association with a national minority, nationality or origin.
Cohmca will do all that is reasonable to comply with our legal and moral obligation and responsibilities in order to accommodate the needs of applicants who have disabilities issue with acceptable adjustments without risking and compromising health and safety of applicant.
Cohmca needs to be aware of any known medical condition, injury, disability or special education needs that can affect your ability to perform and fully participate in course activities or risk your health.
A prospective student who has any such medical condition mentioned in (10.3.2) is required to provide his full medical history latest reports and doctor’s prescription prior to admission process.
If an applicant is currently suffering and going through a treatment for epilepsy or seizers will not be admitted to culinary, baking or patisserie courses.
An applicant who is less than 18 years of age will only be entertained for admission after management committee and admission committee’s approval.
There is no upper age limit for admission.
All courses and program are advertised with minimum education requirement only management committee, principle and director operation can authorize relaxation, but in case of result awaited a temporary relaxation can be offered by student councilor or college coordinator subject to approval of the Principle.
Changes to the courses
All applicants will be notified in writing of any significant changes made to the course at the earliest an advice and guidance from student councilor or college coordinator for further options will be available to help students for further options.