MBBS/BDS: Second-round allotment list for Kerala colleges published

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The second-round allotment list for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in government/self–financed colleges in Kerala for the academic year 2021– 22 has been published. Those who have already sought admission in the All-India Quota seats after the national-level counselling haven’t been considered in this allotment.

The allotment memo that contains the student’s name, roll number, allotted college/course, category and the amount of the fee to be paid is available on the home page of the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in.

The candidates may print the copy of the allotment memo and pay the fee from Tuesday 4 pm onwards.

Those who got seats in the second round of allotment could pay the fee that is given in the memo or the rest of the amount from Wednesday until 2 pm on 19 March via online or at the various head post offices in Kerala.

After paying the fee, the candidates can join the colleges from Wednesday onwards. The allotment of those who do not secure the admission before 2pm on 19 March would be cancelled. The allotment memo, datasheet and the documents that are mentioned in section 11.7.1 of the prospectus should be submitted at the time of admission.

Candidates who got the allotment at government medical/dental colleges should pay the entire fee in the name of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE). Meanwhile, candidates of Scheduled Caste/Tribe categories, other eligible categories, and those who stay at Sree Chithra Home For Destitute & Infirm as well as juvenile homes and Nirbhaya shelters should pay Rs 1,000 as token amount in the name of the CEE. However, they wouldn’t get this relaxation if they are allotted minority/NRI quota seats at self–financed colleges.

Mop- up/ spot counselling would be held only if seats fall vacant after the second round of allotment.

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