Kerala MBBS mop-up round: Option registration till Wednesday 10 am

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The Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE), Kerala will complete the second allotment of the MBBS course on Wednesday, December 16, and the seats remaining vacant thereafter would be filled through online mop-up counselling. The option registration for the mop-up round could be done till 10 am on Wednesday.

All candidates who have found a place on the Kerala Medical Rank List published by the CEE can take part in the mop-up counselling and register options. They include candidates who have already secured a seat in the earlier allotments conducted by the CEE and those who did not receive an allotment.

In the mop-up round, the number of seats falling vacant after the second allotment and change of college by candidates would be calculated and five times that number of students would be selected for certificate verification. This selection would be based on the options submitted by the candidate and reservation norms. Moreover, the registration fee applies only to such students.

Candidates who have already obtained admission for the MBBS course in government and self-financing colleges are exempted from paying the registration fee. They also need not appear for the certificate verification.

BDS candidates

At the same time, students who have joined government dental colleges for the BDS course have to submit the extra amount as registration fee but are not required to appear for certificate verification.

Candidates who have been admitted to the BDS course in self-financing dental colleges need not pay the registration fee. In case they are selected for certificate registration, the candidates have to appear with all documents, including the No Objection Certificate, (NOC). 

Details of the certificates to be verified would be published on the CEE’s website on December 17.

Fee refund

The registration fee paid by students who are allotted seats during the mop-up round would be adjusted in their tuition fees. Registration fee of candidates who fail to secure a seat in the mop-up round would be refunded.

Meanwhile, the Entrance Commissioner warned that registration fee of candidates who fail to carry out further admission procedures after getting an allotment in the mop-up round and forfeit their seats will not be refunded for submitting unnecessary options. In addition, punitive measures as mentioned in the prospectus will be initiated against them, said the CEE.

For details, contact phone number 0471-2525300.

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