KEAM 2020: Option registration for engineering and pharmacy begins

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Thiruvananthapuram: The option registrations for the centralised allotment for the engineering and pharmacy courses will begin from today. Those included in the rank list can register their options through the examination commissioner’s website from today until October 6. 

The candidates who do not register options would not be considered for allotment of the seats. Though the results of some candidates who have applied for the engineering and pharmacy courses have been withheld due to discrepancies, they can also register their options. 

Correction window opens for applications

The candidates who have applied for admissions to medical, architecture and paramedical courses can check their profiles and make the necessary corrections in the applications till 4 pm on October 5. 

Candidate can log into their profile page by clicking on the KEAM 2020 candidate portal link in the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in. Click on the ‘memo details’ to check whether there are any corrections in the application.

Those who have complaints about the information provided in the profile or wish to make corrections could send in the details through email or post. The requests must reach the office of the commissioner for entrance examinations, 5th floor, housing board building, Santhinagar, Thiruvananthapuram, before 4 pm on October 5. 

OBC scholarship

The backward classes development corporation has invited applications for financial assistance for the OBC candidates who are training for various entrance and competitive exams like the medical/engineering entrances, civil service, banking service, UGC NET/JRF and GATE/MAT.

Website: www.bcdd.kerala.gov.in.

Phone – 0484 2429130, 0495 2377786. 

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