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June 25, 2018 Monday 11:48:25 AM IST

KEAM 2018: Centralised Allotment Process Begins

National Edu News

New Delhi: Activities related to the centralised allotment process to professional degree courses has begun on Saturday. In this phase, options are invited for engineering, architecture, pharmacy, medial and allied courses.

Candidates can register their options thorough the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in till 10 am on June 29. Candidates who do not register their options within the stipulated time frame will not be considered for allotment under any circumstances.

The 'facilitation centres' having internet facility, will be functioning through out the state during this period for providing necessary help to the candidates for registration of option. The details of such centres are available on the website. The first phase allotment publication would be at 8 am on June 30.

"Candidates allotted to MBBS/BDS courses shall have to join the allotted college after the first phase allotment. Candidates allotted to courses other than MBBS/BDS need not to join the colleges after the first allotment. Candidates allotted to MBBS/BDS courses and who do not join the college allotted within the stipulated time will lose their allotment as well as all the existing options in the stream to which the allotment belongs. The options once lost will not be available in subsequent phases" commissioner for entrance examinations said.


Candidates may verify the provisional category-wise list showing the allotted category and the complaints, if any, with supporting documents should be sent to the commissioner before 5 pm on 26.06.2018. Complaints in respect of the category lists received after 26.06.2018 will not be considered.

Helpline numbers: 0471 - 2339101, 2339102, 2339103, 2339104.

(Indebted to various sources)



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