MBBS, BDS seats: Up to 696 rank in the government merit

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The commissioner of entrance examinations published the first allotment list for admission to the MBBS and BDS courses in Kerala. The admission is to the state quota seats in the government/ private medical and dental colleges. Refer to the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in to know the seat distribution in the 19 private self–financed medical colleges and 19 private self–financed dental colleges. The government order that shows the category-wise seat distribution in each college has been published.

This includes the general seats, community seats (up to 50%), NRI (15% open/ community), All – India quota (15%) and government seats (that should be distributed based on reservation guidelines). If there are any changes in the list, it would be informed before the allotment.

Allotment details
The allotment memo that includes the student’s name, roll number, name of the allotted course/college, category and the fees that need to be paid and other details of the students are available in the home page of the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in.

The printed copies of the allotment memo, data sheet and the documents that have been given in clause 11.7.1 of the prospectus should be submitted at the college during the time of admission. Meanwhile, the fees should be paid before 4 November in the name of Commissioner of Entrance Exams via online or at the head post offices.

After paying the fees, the candidates could seek admission at the respective colleges from 20 October until 4 pm on 4 November. Those who do not pay the fees or join the colleges would lose the current allotment and the subsequent chances too. There will be two more main rounds of allotment followed by mop – up and stray vacancy rounds.

Candidates of scheduled categories, Other Eligible Communities, residents of Sree Chitra/ juvenile/ Nirbhaya homes, wards of fishermen and communities that are eligible for OEC provisions should pay Rs 1000 as token advance in the name of the Commissioner of the Entrance Examinations. However, they wouldn’t get these relaxations if they are allotted minority/ NRI quota seats in the private self – financing colleges.

As the fees in the self – financing colleges haven’t been finalised, the candidates have been advised to pay the amount that was valid last year. The remaining amount should be paid later if the latest amount is more than what they have already paid.

Meanwhile, the NRI candidates who have uploaded the sponsor’s undertaking for extending the visa should rectify the mistakes within the date of option confirmation for second round allotment.

Indian students who are included in the Kerala rank list would be considered to 15% seats in the private self – financing colleges, based on their options and not their place of birth.

The second round of allotment notification would be published later. More details including the guidelines for the NRI categories are available in allotment notification. The candidates are advised to constantly refer the website for new announcements.

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