Plus one third allotment : 78,085 more students get admission

Thiruvananthapuram: 78,085 candidates got admission for the plus one courses in the third allotment. Most allotments are at Malappuram (14,747), Kozhikode (8989) and Kannur (8704) districts. Even though the third allotment was scheduled to be published today, it came out a day earlier.

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Students can secure admission from 10 am today until 4 pm on 24 August. Out of 2,96,271 merit seats 2,95,118 (99.61%) seats have been allotted until now. 1153 vacant seats remain in this category. 51,208 candidates who got the lower options in the previous allotments got upgraded to their first options in the latest allotment. After the first two rounds, the vacant seats in the reservation categories, except scheduled categories, were converted into merit seats in the third allotment.

This is the last round of allotment in the main stage. Those who took temporary admission will not get another chance to upgrade to higher option. So, those who got allotment should secure permanent admission by paying the fees. If they fail to secure admission, then they will be out of the admission process. The supplementary allotment would be held after the classes begin on 15 August.

Supplementary allotment
Those who haven’t applied for the plus one courses until now can submit new applications for the supplementary allotment. Meanwhile, the candidates who gave wrong details in the main stage of application and didn’t give the final confirmation can reapply by rectifying the mistakes. Besides, those who didn’t get allotment at any stage of allotment can renew the applications to be considered for the supplementary stage. 

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