Engineering, architecture, pharmacy: option registration for third allotment until Nov 8

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Thiruvananthapuram: The option registration for the third phase of allotment for admission to engineering, architecture and pharmacy courses has begun. Meanwhile, the allotment would be published in the evening on November 9.

Allotment would be done to the newly included pharmacy and architecture colleges too. Details about rearrangement of higher option following online option confirmation, cancelling the unnecessary ones and submitting options for newly included colleges and courses would be available in the entrance exam commissioner’s website until 1 pm on November.8

The candidates who had secured admissions in the previous allotments and those who haven’t been able to get allotment until now, should do the option confirmation in case they wish for their options to be considered at this stage. Else, their higher options would be canceled. Moreover, these candidates wouldn’t be considered during any future online allotments. However, those who got admission through previous allotments could retain it even if they do not do option confirmation in this stage.

Those who get allotment should pay the fee that is mentioned in the memo or the remaining amount until 4 pm between November 10-15 via online or through any head post office in Kerala. After that, they should secure admission for the allotted course or at the respective college before 4 pm on November 15. This would be the last allotment for admission to the private or self financing engineering, architecture and pharmacy colleges.

The candidates must ensure that they submit options for the courses and colleges that they would enroll, in case they get the allotment. The allotment, meanwhile, would be subjected to the final verdict of the High Court. Visit the website for detailed notification. Help line – 0471 2525300.  

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