Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

SAMS stands for Students Academic Management System. It has two components e-Admission & e-Administration. SAMS presently supports online admission for Higher Secondary Education, Post-Graduations, ITI, Diploma, PDIS, Teacher Education, Physical Education and correspondence institutions.
e-Admission is nothing but online admission carried out for various courses (as answered in the ques-1) of Odisha. The detailed process of admission is explained in the Common Prospectus (CP) available separately for each courses.
You can visit the website, under the caption "MIS Reports" click on "USM Strength, Admission & Vacancy" to view the list of Trade Subjects.
The detailed information about the +2 e-Admission process of Utkal Sangeet Mahavidyalaya will be available at in on the scheduled dates.
The Common Application Form (CAF) can be accessed through the SAMS Portal i.e. and an applicant is required to read the the Common Prosepectus(CP) and User Manual which guides him/her how to apply the CAF correctly.
Yes, you need to apply online through the CAF following the guidelines of the CP, after submitting CAF on-line, take printout of the College Copy & Applicant Copy and submit the College copy, during the time of admission along with photocopies of the required documents as mentioned in the CP/Intimation letter.
At the time of CAF apply, The preferences about the Trade Subjects will be displayed.
The applicant may apply for a maximum of two trade subject preferences and a minimum of one trade subject preference at the time of CAF apply.
You should exercise your option in order of preference only i.e. the most preferred trade subject preference has to be opted first.
No, the selection will be conducted on the basis of Common Aptitute Test (CAT) results, merit & weightage of reservations SC,ST & PWD. Student will be selected for taking admission into +2 course in USM against one opted Trade Subject only.
An aptitude test evaluates your ability/potential to succeed from a specific task, in which you have no prior training or knowledge. It also reflects your mental aptitude for trade subject preferences that you may opt for.
Applicants are advised not to visit the Utkal Sangeet Mahavidyalaya,BBSR for any doubts of him/her about e-Admission process. In case of any doubt arises , you may contact to our Helpline Numbers :- 155335 / 1800-345-677055
You can see the available vacancy seats information in the SAMS Portal i.e.
For general applicants, the CAF Fees is Rs. 200/- and for the ST & SC applicants the CAF Fees is Rs. 100/- only.The PWD and TG (Third Gender / Transgender) applicants are exempted from the paying the CAF Fees.
An applicant can modify the provided information by student's login through the SAMS student e-Space till submission of the CAF online. After submission of the same, applicant will be able to modify the CAF, until depositing of the CAF fees through online mode. After payment made successfull through online, CAF information can't be modified.
The merit lists will be published in due course of the scheduled date & time,which will available in the SAMS Portal for information of public. You will also be intimated exclusively through SMS, WhatsApp & Email (if mobile number, WhatsApp number & email address is provided in the CAF) about the selection status of an applicant. You can also download the intimation letter from your student's login by paying the admission fees through online.
According to the the mentioned the requisite documents in the Initmation Letter, an applicant can arrange all these for admission such as original certificates along with its photocopies for verification, Colour passport size photograph, admission fees etc., then report to the Principal of the conconcerned college on the scheduled date & time.
The admission fees for General category boys students Rs. 1,474/- and for Girls/SC/ST/PwD students id Rs. 1,378/- Selected applicants should pay the fee when reporting for admission to Utkal Sangeet Mahvidyalaya, Bhubaneswar.
CAF and the mark secured in the aptitude test along with the reservation policy (as applicable). The applicants, who have secured less than 40% marks in the aptitude test, are not considered for e-admission merit list.
There is no reservation or wieghtage for OBC/SEBC applicants.
No postal intimation to the selected applicants will be sent. If you have given your mobile number/email address, you would have definitely received SMS/WhatsApp/email if selected. You can call toll free on 1800-34567-70/155335 during 06:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. to know your selection status and the process for getting the Intimation Letter. You can also download the intimation letter from the website ( by logging in to your own student dashboard.
You can call toll free on 1800-34567-70 / 155335 (Sanjog Helpline) between 06:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on all Government working days and get assistance at any juncture from the Call Centre Executives.