The University of Calicut and Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) have postponed the exams scheduled on 27 September as a general strike (hartal) has been called on that day.
The online computer admission test will be conducted on June 12, 13 and 14.
Several students had earlier refrained from applying to CUSAT as its common admission test and the National Defence Academy's exam were scheduled for the same day.
Students across the country from institutions such as JNU, IIM Ahmedabad, Banaras Hindu University, Jadavpur University and CUSAT have united to express solidarity with the Jamia students.
Official laxity has been blamed for the loss to the tune of Rs 14,16,247 as the authorities were taken in by fake email id used by the swindlers.
Over 200 student delegates from various schools and colleges across India participated in the second edition of the mock UN session held on the main campus of CUSAT from September 20 to 22.
The feasibility study of the first amphi bus has been submitted to the Kerala government.
The students have chosen the road to the Radar centre on the campus for the challenge.
The North Indian students staged a protest against the decision, claiming that such a pooja was performed in the campus last year with the permission of the college authorities.