Before issuing the Provisional / Diploma certificate to the candidate concerned, the centre-in-charge / training-in-charge of the centre should personally verify his/ her mark sheets of all semesters to confirm that the candidate had passed in all subjects of all years / semesters.
Corrections in Mark Sheets & Diploma Certificates
The application for any correction in the certificates or mark sheets should reach Corporate Training & Planning Cell within 60 days from the date of issue along with the original defective certificates. The candidate has to pay the correction fee of Rs.100/- (Rs 160/- in case the corrected mark sheet / diploma certificate required to be sent by post) per mark sheet / certificate by way of demand draft and send the same through the centre-in-charge. The candidate should enclose a photocopy of his / her X Std. Mark sheet as a proof for the corrections required. The name of candidate or name of the Father / Mother of the candidate (spelling and initials) and the date of birth will be printed in the mark sheets as in the X standard mark sheet only. No correction will be made in the certificates based on Gazette Notifications for change of names, initials, date of birth, etc.
Issue of Duplicate Mark Sheet / Diploma Certificate
Duplicate Mark Sheet / Diploma Certificate will be issued upon production of the following:
(i) Request letter along with a copy of any credential in support of course studied or a photocopy of mark sheet / diploma certificate, if possible.
(ii) Demand Draft for Rs.100/- for Duplicate Mark sheet and Rs.200/- for Duplicate Diploma Certificate to be drawn in favour of CIPET Corporate, A/c no. 10565622390, payable at Chennai.
(iii) In case the Duplicate Mark sheet / Diploma Certificate required to be sent by post, a postal charge of Rs 60/- is payable in the form of demand draft.
(iv) Declaration in a non-judicial stamp paper of value of Rs.10/- in the prescribed format.
(v) Those who lost the Diploma Certificate / Mark sheets during transit, etc., has to make a Police complaint in the nearest Police Station and should submit the Certificate / FIR issued by them. Those who lost the same in the fire accidents, etc., should produce a certificate from the concerned Revenue Department officials. In the case of retrieval of the original certificate, duplicate certificate has to be surrendered immediately.