Plus one: 50.17 per cent candidates secure permanent admission

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Thiruvananthapuram: Around 50.17% candidates have secured permanent admission to the merit seats after the first allotment. Meanwhile, 39.49% students took temporary admission. Out of 2,38,150 candidates who got the allotment, 1,19,475 students have secured permanent admission. While everyone who got the first option ensured permanent admission, a few others, despite getting the low options, too took permanent admission.

94,057 candidates who got the lower options preferred temporary admission while 23,285 applicants (9.78%) did not even take that. However, only those who have taken temporary admission will be considered in the next allotments.

1333 candidates (0.56%) who were included in the allotment were denied admission as they have entered the wrong details in their application. These candidates too wouldn’t be considered in the next rounds. However, they will get chance in the supplementary allotment that comes after the main three rounds, of they submit new applications by correcting the mistakes.

Out of the 2874 candidates who got allotment in the sports quota, 1599 students ensured permanent admission. Meanwhile, 596 candidates (20.74%) took temporary admission. 676 candidates (23.52%) haven’t secured admission and the allotment of three candidates was cancelled due to wrong details in the application.

Next allotment on 15 August

The second allotment will be published on 15 August. The admission process would be held in the next two days after that. Those who have given the wrong information in the application and didn’t give the final confirmation can submit a new application in the supplementary allotment. Besides, those who haven’t applied until now too can apply. 

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