Since the course does not appear in the list of offered courses at the official university website (only old exam question papers are to be seen), it is likely that it is no longer offered. Even the notification advertisements at the website, displaying admissions for various courses, do not show this specific course of M.Sc. Real Estate Valuation.
The course was launched for the academic session of 2010-2011. However, I came across this pdf doc which indicates that some legal notice seems to have been issued against the course, indicating that it was an illegal course. Please check this out: http://aieva.in/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/2016-09-15-Annamalai-U-2nd-Rep-15-09-2016.pdf
I would strongly advise you to always check whether a course is recognized by UGC and AICTE before you even start checking out other aspects like eligibility, fees, etc. Although the university itself may be a reputed, approved and recognized one, individual courses offered by it may not be recognized. The check of a recognition of a course is especially important for courses offered in distance mode.
Also, keep in mind that often qualifications acquired via a distance mode course may not be considered as a valid eligibility criterion for a job. I have seen job vacancies where it is clearly stated "Certificates or degrees acquired via distance mode unacceptable. It should be a full-time degree program at an approved university."
So do not seek offline admission for a non-existent course if this is the case.
When you make a commitment, you create hope. When you keep a commitment you create trust! ~ John C. Maxwell